RE: Wright, Goff, Garrison Connection You contacted me in May of 2010 just as or just after my computer crashed. Are you still reachable, and would you be willing to share John Wright and Rachel Garrison's descendants with me? It's a possibility that Stephen Garrison is my ancestor on my mother's side, along with the Goffs. My gggrandfather was James Garrison (1777 - 18542) who married Hannah Wright (1776 - 1834) on October 4, 1796 in Salem County, NJ. I do not know Hannah's ancestry.
RE: Barrier I would love to talk with you. How do I get you my e-mail address without putting it online for everyone to see? The relationships with the Barriers and the Daniels in Neshoba Co. are very intermingled.
Barrier Who are the William and Katherine that took care of Lucinda Barrier Ford's children after her death? I think Lucinda was the sister of my ggrandmother, Nellie Ann Barrier Daniel and I think that Albert Ford's 1st wife, Ida, was the widow of Nellie Ann's brother, C.A. (Charley) Barrier.
RE: Lucinda Barrier Ford please go to the memorial and click on edit, then on the next page click on send a suggestion and tell me what to change or any memorial numbers to link to and this gives me your Find A Grave Id number and all the info I need to do this. Also on the memorial page click on request a photo and the first avail Find A Grave photo contributor will take the photo and Find A Grave will automatically send you an email when it is done. Martha
Thaggard I am also very grateful for those who serve and have served our country and take as many of them and post them that I can. I want all of us to always remember and honor the sacrifice they made for our country. If you are in need of any other Thaggard's in Altus, I would be happy to help you. I treasure the Thaggard family here that I know. Great people!
RE: Clifford Thaggard No, Susan...I am not. I did work with John Thaggard at the hospital in Altus, Ok and he was a very dear friend. I was searching for another grave the day I saw the Thaggard plot and just decided to take a pic of it in case there was not one on the site. I just recently started volunteering for the site and have found it to be very interesting and rewarding. Best of luck with your family history...there are many Thaggards at the Altus cemetery.