born in Richmond, VA; retired from Federal Govt; descend from:
MATERNAL LINES: Adams, Wm Barton/MD, Robt Bowman/VA, 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
PATERNAL LINES: 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
JAMESTOWNE SOCIETY Col Wm Ball & Hannah Atheron Capt James Crewes Rev Benj Doggett Capt David Fox Richard Kenner Rodham
HUGUENOT SOCIETY, MANAKIN TOWNE Gabriel Maupin & Marie Hersent Amer Via
COLONIAL WARS Baynes Carter, Dunmore's War
COLONIAL DAMES Hannah Atheron Ball Col Wm Ball Giles Carter Capt James Crewes Rev Benjamin Doggett Gabriel Maupin/1701 Edward Philpott I Francis Posey Thomas Smoot
REVOLUTIONARY WAR ANCESTORS: 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 David Robertson/VA, CL 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)
RE: Thomas helms I will do that for you, but I read the obit and it ran on and on and on with a lot of worthless info, I just do not like stuff like that, also it takes a lot of unnecessary space on the memorial
Thomas helms Rebecca, I won't put that obit on there, I hate them damn long drawn out things that people put on f-a-g. If you wish, I will shorten it to just vital stuff, be glad to do that for you. On all new obits, I delete all personal addresses, such things as charities, visitation, any relatives below children, in-lawa, outlaws, etc, every little minor detail that a person has did in life, I just add vital info, it is your call, Larry
RE: Ramsey-Stanley-King Cemetery Thank you, Rebecca. I have not personally done the deed search but have a distant cousin who has. He is the one who sent me there. I need to have a sit-down with him and go over his research and compare it with mine. I will definitely keep you updated and hope to hear from you now and then. It is a remarkable hobby that has become an obsession. Thank you again for your responses and for the work on the cemetery as well as FindAGrave. It is people like you that help all of us (fledglings) out. Good day.
I was told the Stanley-Ramsey-King, etc. cemetery (known to me as the Mullins-Stanley Cemetery) is on land previously owned by William Mullins and the current house on the land is where William's original house stood. The pasture between the house and the cemetery was an oval horse race track. The Stanley farm was next to the Mullins farm and is now a dairy. When I was there a few weeks ago I found about a dozen graves with headstones or field stones that I had no way to identify. Do you know who they are? I am very interested in the findings of the kits. Would you keep me updated? Thank you again. Liz
Ramsey-Stanley-King Cemetery Thank you for adding the graves to the Ramsey-Stanley-King Cemetery in Henry Virginia. I am interested in the graves that are not listed. I have been told that William (1725-1790) and Elizabeth Varner Mullins (1725-1765) are buried there as well. Are you familiar with them?