|Lee Perry Warren (#47134075)|
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I live in Las Vegas Nevada. I came to Nevada when my daughter Heather Nicol Warren got her Master's Degree & began teaching. I have a son Erik Chandler Warren who is a world traveler. He has a BFA. He is a sculpor. At present he is moving to Australia.|
I am a writer. I graduated from Ohio State University.
When growing up I was a model beginning at the age of 12.
I am compiling data on ancestor, to write a book and place copy in Library of Congress, where there are already three on the Banks Family, my grandmother's family.
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|Elizabeth Plantan Tsipouras||Find A Grave Memorial# 48664678 Thomas Peyton Kidwell|
I am interested in finding out if there is plot plan on Denny Cemetery so when I vist this summer I can find Thomas Peyton Kidwell, grave, or if you have any documentation that he is buried here would be very truly helpful. Thank You
|RG||Find A Grave Memorial# 51664329|
You show William Jesse Cornett as the son of John and Mary Jesse. I can't find any documentation on this and would love to know the source. Several people show him as the son of John and Elizabeth Bacon and I think your info is correct but I can't prove it.
Added by RG on Apr 29, 2016 7:27 AM
|Pamela Moore||Alden Williamson Memorial|
Thanks for the work on the Alden Williamson memorial. In reference to Alden's will, Martin County did not become a county until 1870. The only reference to Alden's will that I have found comes from Charles C. Wells' book, "Annals of Floyd County" where he transcribed the County Court Order Books. In his transcription of Court Order Book #2, October Term of Court-28 Oct 1816, "The Last Will and Testement of Aulden Williamson was proved in Court and proved by the oath of Stephen Marcum."
So, perhaps we can correct the bio to say that his will was proven in Floyd County, KY, instead of Martin, so that people can find the records? At this time in history, Floyd County encompassed a number of counties that we know today in eastern KY including Pike, Martin, Lawrence, Johnson, and more....
Thank you for your work!
|E L Hon||Sarah Cynthia Hon-Morton|
I have sent you a couple of messages with no response or corrections forthcoming on Sarah Cynthia Hon-Morton. The information in the bio is incorrect. Her father, Joseph Hon Jr was indeed taken captive by Indians at the attack on Ruddle's Fort, NOT Ruddle's Mill in Cynthiana, Kentucky in June 1780, NOT 1781. However, he was NOT taken by Seminole Indians. This incident has been very well researched and carefully documented. The Indian tribes that were involved in this attack are as follows: Shawnee, Ottowas, Hurons, Mingoes, Chippewas, Delawares, and Taways. SEMINOLE Indians were NOT involved in this attack. Seminole Indians lived in FLORIDA and had nothing whatsoever to do with this attack. Joseph Jr's sister, Katherine was NOT held in captivity for 18 years as you have stated. This misinformation is very frustrating to me personally, not to mention grossly incorrect and misleading to serious researchers of the Hon family. Please either correct this information or you may feel free to transfer her memorial to me and I would be more than happy to make all of the corrections, along with attaching her to her family members, as I have requested you to do on more than one occasion. I do hope that the book that you plan on writing and submitting is better researched and documented than the information contained in this one single memorial page. Sarah's Find A Grave Memorial# 5980431. My contributor #47690972 EL Hon, 5th great-granddaughter of Joseph Hon Jr.
Added by E L Hon on Feb 14, 2016 10:57 AM
|pinerooter||Wrong Cemetery & Death Date on Cassandra Banks|
Hi Lee, I'd like to point out that Cassandra Banks never left Owsley/Clay Counties of Kentucky and was still very much alive at the time of the 1880 Owsley County Census.
She was living with her son in Island Creek, Owsley County, at age 73 during the 1880 census. It was generally believed that she died around 1884. But I do know that she did not move to Creek County, Oklahoma in 1907 when the family moved en mass.
Could you share with me what your source is for the fathers of Cassandra's or Jennie's children. We have heard many rumors but have not found any documentation to support any names.
Also, do you know of any males with a Banks surname, who might consider taking a Y/DNA test. They must be descendants of Cassandra or Jennie.
brbanks AT yahoo.com (barney)
|susan smith||Jane Jeannie Banks|
Do you have any history on Jeanie Banks?
Who are her Father and Mother?
Was she Native American?
My line is through her son Solomon Banks which I would like some history on him.
|Carolyn||Henry Clay Banks|
Do you happen to know where Henry Clay Banks is buried?
Added by Carolyn on Jun 19, 2014 3:47 PM
|Ragina||Garrett Hall mem #46074550|
Should be linked to Mary Hall memorial #52986931. She is his wife
Added by Ragina on Dec 26, 2013 4:28 PM
|Ragina||Garret Hall #46074550|
Garret would be my great-great-great grandfather. Married to Mary Newkirk Hall (born 31 Dec 1797).
Garret was born 12 Feb 1772 and died 17 Aug 1880
Father Edward Hall (1757-1838)
Mother Amelia Milly Grant (1763-1858)
Added by Ragina on Dec 26, 2013 4:22 PM
hello, my sister and I have been researching our fathers bio-logical family, heres what we have documented proof of, he was born david d banks on april 30, 1939 in middletown, ohio, according to the report of birth his mother was mary pearl banks age 17, it doesnt list a hospital just says R.F.D #3, HOSPITAL, LIST NO FATHER he was adopted in march 1941 by mary etta and arthur clements, in the adoption papers his name is david danny banks, all we can find is a mary p banks born in 1922, in hazard ky, taht is in the 1930 census, the age would be right. my sister and I would love to find out who we are and where we come from. our dads adopted mom never cared for us and we always felt there was a missing piece, we are in our 50's now and would love to be able to tell our families our story. thank you for any help. may & june
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