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Rebecca Reuben Dyer (#47251670)
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Bio Photo born in Richmond, VA; retired from Federal Govt; descend from:

MATERNAL LINES: Adams, Wm Barton/MD, Giles Carter/VA, Thos Carter/VA 1713, Clarkson, Conner, Joseph Craig, Capt James Crewes, Wm Hagood, Handy, Capt Danl Hankins/VA, Harris, Henry Haynes/VA 1745, Adam Linn/IRELAND>VA, John Mitchell/VA, John Nance/VA, Edw Philpott/MD, Francis Posey, Mildred Ratliff/VA, Jeffrey Robertson/VA, Marmaduke Semmes/Sims/MD, John Slaughter/HenVA, Thos Smoot/MD, Eusibious Stone/VA, Woodall/VA

Hannah Atheron/ENG>VA, Col Wm Ball/ENG>VA, Burton, Giles Carter, Thos Chatten, Thaddeus Cooley/NY>VA, Capt James Crewe(s)/ENG>VA, David Dalton, Rev Benj Doggett/ENG>VA , James Dyer, Joseph Fortune, Capt David Fox, David Goode/GER>VA, Grayson, Joseph Heckman/GER>PA>VA, Helm, Hersent, Mosias Jones, Kenner, Key, Stephen King, Gabriel Maupin, Miller, Mullins, Dennis O'Brient, John Palmer, Thos Pearson, Jacob Prillaman/SWITZERLAND>MD>VA, Thos Ramsey/VA, Richard Reynolds, Rodham, Stephen Sharpe, John Snidow, Stanley, Amer Via, Waltz, Danl Witcher/VA

Col Wm Ball & Hannah Atheron
Capt James Crewes
Rev Benj Doggett
Capt David Fox
Richard Kenner

Gabriel Maupin & Marie Hersent
Amer Via

Baynes Carter, Dunmore's War

Hannah Atheron Ball
Col Wm Ball
Giles Carter
Capt James Crewes
Gabriel Maupin/1701

Baynes Carter/VA, PS
Daniel Conner/VA, CL
Geo Dyer/VA, LT, MD CL
Daniel Hankins/VA
Henry Haynes/VA, PS
Stephen King/VA,
John Nance/VA, Soldier, Henry Co VA Militia
Dennis O'Brient, PS
Thos Pearson/VA, PVT, CL, Waxhaws
Jacob Brulmann/Prillaman/Switzerland>PA>MD>VA, PS
Thos Ramsey/VA, PS
Richard Reynolds/VA>GA, PS
Ignatious Simms/MD>VA, PS
Philip Snidow/VA, PVT, PA>VA
Thaddeus Cooley/NY>VA, PS
Daniel Witcher/VA, CS, VA>TN

WAR OF 1812
Capt Jesse Carter/VA

Member Necostin Chapter, Natl Society Colonial Dames XVII Century:
Edw Philpott I, Marmaduke Simms

Member Natl Society Daughters of American Revolution, Mt. Vernon Chapter:
Baynes Carter (PS), Thos Ramsey (PS), Ignatious Simms (PS)
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larry eanes
Yes, sitting on that hill it is a beautiful view. I went in December, cold as hell, but as I said, it was pretty sitting on that hill. Can you see it from the road with every thing growing for the summer. Ok, gonna hit the sack, don't have to work tomorrow but its past the old mans bed time, lol, take care
Added by larry eanes on Aug 31, 2014 8:39 PM
larry eanes
That may have been it, that stone has been added new since I have been there, which is maybe about 2 yrs ago. For 2 years I have pretty much been doing Danville City Cemeteries, working on Highland now, have finished Danville Memorial Gardens & Mountain View, even had time to squeeze Henry Burial Park in between
Added by larry eanes on Aug 31, 2014 8:20 PM
Reamey Winn
No, I grew up in Henry County but have lived in Cary North Carolina for 38 years. I do get back to Henry County four or five times a year. Thanks for the transfer. If I find out anymore about Mary I will let you know. Reamey
Added by Reamey Winn on Aug 18, 2014 3:05 PM
I think I have now made all the changes and corrections as requested as far as I can verify from my own research. I am not able to visit the Young & Hale Cemetery anytime soon because I do not live in VA. I did visit two years ago, and I can attest that the grave markers are nearly indecipherable. I apologize for the delay in response. I have children starting school tomorrow, and only have so much time for genealogy research. In reference to Oliver Perry Ferguson who married Nancy Brown, his parents may be Thomas B. Ferguson and Sarah Hambrick (listed on the 1850 census as Thomas B. Furguson, age 70, Sarah, age 64. and a Lafayette, age 22.) This is only a guess. Everything I know of my ancestors I have only learned since the death of my maternal grandmother, Eva Ferguson Leffue, three years ago. (Memorial #79753404) Any additional information you uncover would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. ~ Julie
Added by JDN on Aug 18, 2014 11:54 AM
Reamey Winn
Hi Rebecca, I don't have much info on Mary Winn Goode. She was my mother's first cousin. I knew many of my mother's cousins but she had about 100 cousins and I think Mary moved away from Henry County/Martinsville and that is probably why I do not remember her. You can transfer her to me if you want. I am going to a family reunion in Henry County this Sunday; maybe I can find out a little about Mary and add a short bio. Thanks, Reamey
Added by Reamey Winn on Aug 18, 2014 9:49 AM
larry eanes
RE: Hello, Larry!
well ain't you just a little sweetie, lol
Added by larry eanes on Aug 17, 2014 8:19 PM
larry eanes
RE: Hello, Larry!
When you get to Rt 40 from 605, make a right towards Ferrum, turn left on Sawmill road(752), go a few miles, it sits on a hill on the right side beside a church out in an open field. I hope you can see it, because I went in December, cold as all get out then
Added by larry eanes on Aug 17, 2014 8:08 PM
larry eanes
Could not do anything with Oliver's pic, all I can read is at bottom is Nov 1840, Nancy's is sunk in the ground pretty bad also
Added by larry eanes on Aug 17, 2014 7:54 PM
larry eanes
I went back & darkened the photo up that I have on file, Nancy's says in memory of Nancy Ferguson
Added by larry eanes on Aug 17, 2014 7:48 PM
larry eanes
I have no idea what either one of them says, this had to have been taken on an extremely sunny day and the stones are as rough as a cob. There was 2 ladies that sent me to this cemetery, one from Ohio & one from Illinois, it is their family cemetery from the early generation. Both gave me some info on just about everyone in there. A lot of the stones were in extremely bad condition, many broken, some partially under ground, some unmarked, so we will never know exactly who all is in it. Some you couldn't read at all. I remember one being a Bridges, but a family member has since had a new marker put up. He wanted me to go back & photograph it, but it is way too far out of the way to go for only one pic.
Added by larry eanes on Aug 17, 2014 7:43 PM
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