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Katherine Boaz (#47157338)
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Since 2006 I have been unraveling the story of the John Wesley Hooker family from the Buffalo Ridge section of Patrick County, Virginia. He and his wife Margaret Akers raised 13 children. The quest has taken me to many libraries, court houses and grave yards. The distant relatives, that I have met along the way are the true treasures of the adventure. Along with the facts, I have collected and identified many old pictures, often put away in forgotten boxes. I have tried to share these pictures with their loved ones. In 2015 my research is mainly on the Nolen, Agee and Akers families.

Also researching my husband's family- the Ramsey, Gardner, Meshack Turner, Jamison and Pinkard families from Henry and Franklin Counties Virginia.

And researching my mother's family - the Manson, Blackwell, Bridgforth and Seay families in Lunenburg Co., Va and the Cunningham , Pollard and Allen families in Prince Edward Co, Va.
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BIRDMAN
RE: Maupin marker
K,

You are most welcome for the photos for the Maupins.
Have a great day.

Ken M.
Added by BIRDMAN on Mar 14, 2015 2:57 PM
larry eanes
William U. Agee
Hi, I blew the pic up and yes indeed it is a U. When it is blown up you can tell the U is faded or worn out on the right side and it looks like an L. I have changed the memorial to show such. Who were his parents, I will link them, Larry
Added by larry eanes on Feb 28, 2015 5:05 PM
Connie McKinley
Austin Agee # 99763331
Dear Katherine,
Thank you so much for going out and taking a picture of Austin's resting place. I do so appreciate your efforts!
Best,
Connie
Added by Connie McKinley on Feb 10, 2015 7:22 PM
Karl Clendening
RE: Photos East Hill Cemetery
The Salem Museum has records from the funeral home and from people who have searched the cemetery from the 60's. Oakely's funeral home claims to have buried them there; but there was no location for any of them. The city has taken over the cemetery and they had a location, which I searched and I did not find any of them. The city's records are not alays accurrate. I have seen some Brown's in East Hill Cemetery.
Added by Karl Clendening on Jan 16, 2015 9:17 PM
djyancey
Exoney Sizemore / Yancey
Thanks so much for the info shared.

I will review and update the memorial.

check back in a week or so - and if it is not changed - please send me a friendly reminder.

Dennis
Added by djyancey on Jan 10, 2015 4:56 PM
beelady
RE: Daniel Ross & McDaniel Ross
We'll keep an eye out for her...
Happy New Year!
Added by beelady on Jan 06, 2015 12:10 PM
George Seitz
Richard Wilkins Manson
Hi - I wanted to let you know that there is a nice sketch of him on page 111 of Makers of America: Biographies of Leading Men of Thought and Action , Volume 2. It's on Google Books.

I'm not related, just collect images of Confederate Soldiers. History fan.

Thanks - Happy New Year
Added by George Seitz on Jan 05, 2015 6:19 PM
Earl Reid
RE: Akers Ross
They are buried next to each other. If you click on the photo to bring up the photo I usually put the cemetery info on the bottom of the page.
Added by Earl Reid on Jan 05, 2015 12:29 PM
beelady
RE: Daniel Ross & McDaniel Ross
Do you know where Joyce Harbour is? I can look at the Ross Harbour cemetery.
Added by beelady on Jan 05, 2015 11:09 AM
Earl Reid
RE: Akers Ross
I was going to send a reply when I added the photos and was having trouble with my computer. Yes I did add a photo for Alice.
Added by Earl Reid on Jan 04, 2015 5:18 PM
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