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Bob Newby (#47171755)
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Researching my Bigham, Easterling, Fuller & Newby lines.
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Teresa Calley
Essie Snider Newby wife of George Jessie Newby
Wondering if you have any information on the Snider family. I think that Essie's father was a brother to my great great grandmother Susan Snider Robbins. Would like to know more about the Snider side. Thanks.
Added by Teresa Calley on Jul 28, 2015 2:46 PM
Elizabeth Newby
RE: Newby Family
Can you resend your email from 7/4? Thanks Elizabeth
Added by Elizabeth Newby on Jul 08, 2015 9:39 AM
Elizabeth Newby
Newby Family
Hello Bob,

I think that we might be related. I would like to connect and find out.
Added by Elizabeth Newby on Jul 03, 2015 11:40 AM
Claire Zahn
Newby Memorials
Bob,
Would you prefer that I transfer the Newby Memorials to you? Seems obvious you are related whereas, I am not. If not, the changes will be made. Just though t you may like to manage them. Please let me know!

Claire Zahn 47471543
Added by Claire Zahn on Jun 23, 2015 2:22 PM
redheadkelly
Francis Caswell "Frank" Fry Memorial# 41237658
So interesting. I always had his name as Francis Crittenden Fry. I assuming I just got it from other people's trees because I can't now find a source for it. Do you have any idea where the Crittenden that is obviously going around? I'm curious where it started.
Added by redheadkelly on Jun 11, 2015 4:11 PM
Michael Hernandez
Richard E. Newby, Find A Grave Memorial# 67588430
Mr. Newby,

do you know anything of possible Army Air Corps service by Richard E. Newby? I am assembling a data base of men who served with 7th Bomb Group in India during WW2, and have the name of Lt. Richard E. Newby, B-24 Pilot, he was the recipient of the Air Medal, and is mentioned as having lived in Olympia WA at or around April 2000.

I would appreciate any info that you can offer.

Thank you.

Regards,

Michael Hernandez
dainthecbi.com
Added by Michael Hernandez on Jun 02, 2015 5:20 PM
B Fuller
RE: Frances C. Fry
that's ok, I do understand re: the name.
Re: my spouse's family - we've only been certain back to a Benjamin Franklin Fuller in Alabama. I think the Isham Fuller you refer to is in the line of Fullers that were in the Brush Creek area. I literally grew up on the farm next to the Fuller Hollow family farm in Brush Creek. I've not been able to link the Fullers in northern Alabama to the Fullers in Smith County.
Added by B Fuller on May 31, 2015 4:17 PM
B Fuller
RE: Francis C. Fry # 41237658
Hi - I was looking for info on his granddaughter, Bernice, on the familysearch.org Genealogies section and just noticed it. I do not know who originated the info on the website and have no personal first-hand knowledge. B Fuller
Added by B Fuller on May 31, 2015 1:55 PM
Anonymous
Newby's in Calvary Cemetery
Are you related to the Newby's buried in Calvary Cemetery?

Diane
Added by Anonymous on May 27, 2015 9:19 AM
John Furqueron
Newby Cemetery
There is also a "Newby" cemetery in McCormick county South Carolina. Newby's there came from Virginia along with Furqueron's. In fact 2 "Newby" cemeteries in the county.
John Furqueron
jfurq400@gmail.com
Added by John Furqueron on May 23, 2015 7:35 PM
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