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Cecilia Donaldson Smith (#47400651)
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Herman Childs
RE: Hester Stokes
Dear Cecilia,

Thank you so much for the input. Have updated and added her father & mother names.

Hope you had a nice New Year's celebration and wish you and all your family safe & well.

Sincerely,

Herman Childs
Orange City, FL
E-mail: hkchilds@yahoo.com
Added by Herman Childs on Jan 01, 2017 6:35 PM
Herman Childs
RE: Hester Stokes
Dear Mrs. Smith;

Thank you

Herman Childs
Orange City, FL
E-mail: hkchilds@yahoo.com
Added by Herman Childs on Dec 30, 2016 2:05 PM
Herman Childs
RE: Hester Stokes
Thank you Mrs Smith for the correction information

I have corrected spelling of maiden name in ancestry.com page

Was Hester born in Bibb county Georgia?

Thank you for the update in correct spelling of maiden name.

Herman Childs
Orange City, FL
E-mail: hkchilds@yahoo.com
Added by Herman Childs on Dec 30, 2016 1:08 PM
Ken Record
RE: Boozer Cemetery
To get there from Piedmont, go south on Hwy 21 toward Jacksonville. Turn right on Merrellton Road. This road is small and only on the right so it is easy to miss. If you get to Parker-Hanifin or Federal Mogul you have gone too far. After turning right, go about 1 mile and the cemetery will be on the right, but it is set back from the road a ways. I live in the area so if you need more help please feel free to call me at 256-239-9887.
Added by Ken Record on Nov 01, 2016 4:32 AM
E Russell
George & Susan Donaldson
Gretings from Alcoa, TN

We are obviously related in some way. I am the gg granddaughter of George & Susan Payne Donaldson, through their son, Henry Donaldson. Would like to compare genealogy notes. I have a copy of Henry's death certificate. This is how I knew who his parents were and where they were from. Have lots of info on Henry's family. Look forward to hearing from you.

Elaine Clonts Russell
Added by E Russell on Jan 14, 2016 11:00 AM
Larry Hathcock
RE: Antioch Cem. location
Hi Cecilia,
Here's how you can find the location of Antioch Cemetery on the internet.
Type in "Antioch Cemetery, Cleburne County, AL"
Look for "Cleburne County, AL Cemeteries--Alabama Gazetteer" at alabama.hometownlocator.com
Do you have any family members living in that part of Alabama? I've often thought about going back to visit the cemetery and placing a military tombstone there for my great-grandfather, William Torrance.
I suppose I could rent a 4WD vehicle and drive in. I think I would probably need a GPS system to locate the cemetery since we had trouble finding it in the 1980's.
Larry
Added by Larry Hathcock on May 22, 2015 7:07 PM
Larry Hathcock
RE: related?
Hi Cecilia,
My brother and I visited Antioch about 20 years ago with my mother's brother. The road was in bad shape but he was able to get through in his pick-up truck. My parents visited the cemetery in the late 70's or early 80's. The road was in good shape then because the timber company had graded the road so they could haul out logs. My dad drove there in his Ford LTD. Our related families lived in the area of Antioch due to the price of land which could be purchased from the government. They would grow food on their farms and try to find other work in the area. My great-grandfather walked from that area down into Borden Springs to work in a coal yard.
He did this walking with a stiff left leg caused by a bullet during the Civil War. He's buried in an unmarked grave at Antioch
I noticed on the 1900 census for Cleburne County that my maternal grandmother, Julia C. Lorren, was living next door to Lou and Flem Donaldson.
Larry
Added by Larry Hathcock on May 22, 2015 5:21 PM
Larry Hathcock
RE: related?
Hi Cecilia,
We're related. My great-grandfather, William W. Torrance,was the brother of Louise Frances Torrance. My grandfather, Jasper Newton Tarrance, was married to Julia Lorren. Both were born in Cleburne County. They moved to Ashville (St. Clair Co.) about 1914 and are buried at Reeve's Grove Cemetery in St. Clair Co. Here's my line:
William Torrance--Jasper Newton Tarrance--Clidie Marie (Tarrance) Hathcock--Larry R. Hathcock
I began doing research on William W. Torrance in the early 1980's. I knew he was in the Civil War, had fought at Chattanooga, and received a pension from the State of Alabama. After going to the Alabama Archives I discovered that he had fought in Company "K", Fifth Georgia Infantry. He'd buried in the Antioch Cemetery near Borden Springs. I don't know the exact location since there's no tombstone. I'd be glad to answer any question you may have.
Regards,
Larry R. Hathcock
Added by Larry Hathcock on May 21, 2015 5:03 PM
Barbara Donaldson
RE: Cousins
Yes,I remember you. I live in Aunt Lilly Mae's house now, come to see me please.I would be very happy to see you.I really mean that.
Added by Barbara Donaldson on May 05, 2015 8:22 PM
Shirley Bennett Alexander
CE Smith Jr
You can try email:
shirleyalexander7@icloud.com

I would love to have a copy! Thank you! Hope to see you soon!
Added by Shirley Bennett Alexander on Feb 15, 2015 6:59 AM
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