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Cassandra Davis (#47331187)
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Bio Photo I've been researching my family "forest" for a year now. I don't consider myself to be experienced in genealogy whatsoever; I still consider myself to be a "newbie". I don't think I'll ever fully know what I'm exactly doing.

My family lines consist of Holmes' and Smiths' from Smyth County, Virginia; Foster's and Hodge's from Pulaski County, Virginia; and Mooney's (also Moony) and Wall's from Carroll and Grayson County (also Wythe County), Virginia. Although as I typed all of that, I realize that in my research, I've found that my family is actually from many more locales than just those that I listed.

I'm also researching my husbands' family, the Davis' & Farmer's from Pulaski County, Virginia, and the Burton's and O'Dell's from Pulaski County, Virginia.

So I guess that's about it... So if I think of anything else, I'll add it...
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Cindy Akers
RE: Flinchum, Merl
Thanks, Cass!
Added by Cindy Akers on Oct 29, 2014 10:37 AM
Cindy Akers
RE: Albert, Troy D.
If you're talking about Kimberly "buried" next to Troy Dale Albert Jr, I never said she was "buried", I said her name is "on the same stone". Sometimes it helps people to put the deceased in context with their relatives when they have the names of the spouses. If I had thought she was buried, I would have made her a memorial.
Added by Cindy Akers on Oct 05, 2014 10:08 AM
T Henson
Electra Mooney
Electra Mooney is my husband's GGGG Grandmother. I noticed she's related to you as well. Would you happen to have a picture you could share? I am just starting to research this line. We are related to Laura Amelia Roseberry - Electra's Mother.


Tracie Henson
Added by T Henson on May 03, 2014 9:49 AM
SWVA Genealogy Searcher
RE: Ocie Mae East Young
You are welcome. She was my husband's second cousin so I research the East's quite a bit.

Take Care,
Added by SWVA Genealogy Searcher on Dec 02, 2013 4:07 PM
Donna Sutphin Armentrout
RE: Thank You!
Your very welcome, Glad I could help :)
Added by Donna Sutphin Armentrout on Dec 02, 2013 10:50 AM
Jane Bryson In Larew Cemetery Dublin, Pulaski Co. VA
Just had a question as to the dates shown for Jane Bryson given in the memorial for her. For Birth it's showing March 9, 1805, could it be March 9, 1791? This site shows the 1791 date
And she is showing up on the 1850 census as 60 and on the 1860 census at 69 which would indicate a 1790 or 1791 time frame.

Also the rootsweb site is showing a different death date. It shows Feb 29 1869, which isn't correct as 1869 wasn't a leap year. You have July 25 1867 which is the same date as given for James Bryson on this list for Larew Cemetery.

Thanks for any help you can give me on getting the Bryson dates.
Added by KALM on Nov 11, 2013 5:54 PM
SWVA Genealogy Searcher
RE: Thank you!
You are welcome
Take Care,
Added by SWVA Genealogy Searcher on May 21, 2013 6:52 AM
SWVA Genealogy Searcher
RE: Thank you
You are quite welcome.

Thula is related in 2 different ways to my husband. Daughter of Grand Aunt to my husband and wife of 1st cousin 2X removed.

Take Care,
Added by SWVA Genealogy Searcher on Jan 09, 2013 3:30 PM
aye ain't
sent you a question to your email, forgot to say it was from me! find a grave is in subject box, tho.
Added by aye ain't on Dec 28, 2012 6:47 PM
Per your photo request John Barnette
I have located the gravestone for John (your request Oct 2010)and it is next to his parents. It is hand-chisled and extremely difficult to read. I have requested a marker transcription for it to be added to the memorial. It is to the best of my ability to read. While attending a funeral there this week, I ran into the caretaker. I told him who this was and after determing the grave belonged to someone who died in 1972 (it looks much older) he realized he knew John. They went to church together. He remembers him as being the only person he knew who sang the song "Here Comes the Black Train" or something like that. Since he knew John he said he would try to make the stone more readable. I probably won't get back there until spring- I could also try tracing it.
Added by historianne on Dec 12, 2012 6:38 AM
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