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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

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
Gabriel Maupin/1701


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
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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Ted DeLozier
RE: Fannie Dyer
Yes, I did read the article...And I had seen the bible that was hers with family birthdates that Mary Sloan Hall used to begin the DeLozier family history and Neddies Pioneer Trek....Thank you..All of the DeLoziers I have worked with have had a good level of intelligence....It had to come from somewhere...lol...I find your notes to be quite interesting, indeed, and enjoyed..I love to read, allways did, read all the books our school had for my age group..I left school in the 9th grade, so reading carried me thru..Again, thank you, for sharing that..
Added by Ted DeLozier on Apr 06, 2014 9:37 AM
Ted DeLozier
Fannie Dyer
I was online reading the information on James Madison DeLozier from Bitter Ground written by Kathleen White Miles of Clinton, Missouri..I seen information from some census that said Fannie Dyer, mother of James Madison DeLozier did not read and write...I'm quite certain that information was not correct, as my father said most of the DeLozier history was from the bible notes of Fannie DeLozier and that bible was present at the DeLozier Reunions that began taking place at Kings Prairie Church near Gerster, Missouri...Grandpa William E. DeLozier was in possession of that bible, because I have seen it, many - many years ago...No one seems to know what become of that bible???? It was not out in plain sight in grandpas house, only seen it once or twice, but do recall them talking about things written in it...What do you think?
Added by Ted DeLozier on Apr 04, 2014 2:49 PM
Laura Heckman
RE: JACOB A. HECKMAN
No I really don't but I imagine I could do some research on them.....at first I thought this was our Elizabeth & Jacob, but after I proved it wasn't I didn't do anymore research.

Sincerely, Laura
Added by Laura Heckman on Apr 04, 2014 9:39 AM
Ted DeLozier
RE: Dyer....DeLozier
I feel so good today, got my father - Theodore G. DeLozier linked to his father, mother and siblings...Rejoice with me!!!
Added by Ted DeLozier on Apr 01, 2014 8:09 PM
Ted DeLozier
Dyer
Have you been able to link any of the Dyers that settled near to Edward Henry and Fannie in and near Gerster? There is also a Dyer Cemetery down there I have not found so far...How about Vaughan, tied in some way???Besides DeLoziers..
Added by Ted DeLozier on Mar 31, 2014 10:15 PM
Robert Lawrence McKillip
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Please give Find A Grave number so I can.]
Added by Robert Lawrence McKillip on Mar 12, 2014 8:22 PM
Robert Lawrence McKillip
Connect Lena to Geo Wm Ross
Added by Robert Lawrence McKillip on Mar 12, 2014 8:20 PM
Bill Carter
Finney Family Cemetery
The Finney cemetery is in a field near the intersection of Snow Creek Road (890) and Finney Road (629). It's easily seen from the road.
Added by Bill Carter on Mar 05, 2014 5:55 PM
Jenepher Homer
RE: Henry Frith
And yes, Goodwill at Bassett Forks. Have the weekend off, but will be in again on Monday after 1
Added by Jenepher Homer on Feb 28, 2014 5:21 PM
Jenepher Homer
Henry Frith
Sooo, I had him in Mullins-East, and you wanted me to change him to Henry -king, so I did. Now you want me to put him back in Mullins-East?
Added by Jenepher Homer on Feb 28, 2014 5:00 PM
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