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I am an O'Guin by birth. Our rare Irish name is a very special part of the Irish Diaspora...it doesn't exist in Ireland anymore. We try to keep the apostrophe ' as a Badge of Honor wherever, 'whenever', we go :)|
My female Cox line goes back to the founding of Rogersville, Hawkins County, Tennessee in the Cumberland Gap.
I have been working on my Family history for 25+ years. If it were not for volunteers adding memorials to Find a Grave, I wouldn't have made as much progress as I have. It is time to give back.
My research is at www.randyoguin.com
Find-a-Graving Since Nov 24, 2009
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|Lynn B B||RE: George B Terrell|
yes, I'm aware of the duplicate memorial and have already sent a message to that creator. Thx.
Added by Lynn B B on Feb 10, 2015 4:24 PM
|Phil Johnson||Silas O'Quinn|
Hi. My name is Phil Johnson. I've been tracing my family tree and it runs through James Jackson O'Quinn and through his father Silas Peter O'Quinn. I've read the info on the Silas O'Quinn Cemetery being on family land. I was hoping to be able to ride by actually see the grave. Is this cemetery available to the public or would I have to ask someone that owns the land?
|Brent Scott||Contact email isn't working|
Hello, My name is Brent Scott (Schaefer), My mother was Helen Marguerite O'Guinn. Allan Ashbury O'Guinn was my Grandfather.
I was curious how his information got on the Find A Grave web site and wanted to thank whomever placed it there.
I found his wife, my Grandmother too, Susie Estella O'Guinn also and was able to edit the record and include her birth date.
please contact me with any information as to how these records were created.
Sincerely, Brent Scott
|Sandy Daniel||Tyler O'Guin|
Could you please send me the source that shows Tyler buried in this cemetery??? I would love to have a copy.
|Gwen||O'Guinn's of Humphreys County, Tennessee|
I saw your name as maintaining Samuel William O'Guinn's memorial. I have his mother's family back to John Larkins who came to American albeit unwillingly as a child of 10 from Ireland. John is a recognized patriot by the DAR. Samuel William was named for his grandfather, Samuel Alexander Larkins who was named for his grand uncle, Rev. Samuel McAdow who was one of the three founders of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 1810. [Samuel and his brother, Cecil, were my Great Grandmother's nephews.
Added by Gwen on Sep 12, 2014 8:04 PM
we have a duplicate entry for William H Harrington 131684364 is mine. You have one also, its 128428032. are you related? William is my 3rd great grandfather. If not related to you, I would like to keep my entry. Thanks
|brenda joyce||Hardy O'Guin|
If you want me to add something to his memorial, I will be glad to do it.
|brenda joyce||Hardy O'Guin|
I got your email saying I should check my email. What do you mean?
|Libby Talley||RE: William Edgar Jumper|
Thank you for all of the information you have provided.
They are very prominent in this community. They have been since Conway, Arkansas, Faulkner County was Cadron Settlement territory. It's to find out things about this family.
|Susan||RE: GySgt Moncie Lamar Johns|
That doesn't work in searching either.
Added by Susan on Aug 04, 2014 3:54 PM
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