|Kay Baldwin (#47473401)|
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A lifetime resident of Nebraska whose paternal grandparents had roots in Maryland, Penn., Illinois and Iowa and whose maternal grandparents have Oklahoma, Arkansas, Alabama,Noth Carolina,and Missouri roots. Since March of 2010, has made connections and reconnections with OK and AR family. Am also a member of myancestry.com. A retired teacher who is enjoying geneology and making family photo albums. Names I am researching are: Fox from Illinois, and before that Virginia, Robertson, Garner, Wyatt from Illinois, James from Virginia, Lowe from York County, PA and across state lines from Harford, Maryland, Cox from Missouri, Texas, Arkansas, Craig from OK, Arkansas, Alabama and or Ill and Tenn.|
Please feel free to use any of the photos that I post.
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|Janneane Veger||RE: Hiatt ties|
Sorry my reply took so long!
My source has the same children listed for Josiah and Esther. An interesting note is that Nathan enlisted in the Union army and was a bugler; he was killed in action in the South.
The source I use is called Hiatt/Hiett Genealogy and Family History by William Perry Johnson. It states that Eli married Martha Nelson in Grant Co. "circa 1843 (?)" and the editor suggests perhaps she was his second wife. She must be, since she is listed as 20 years old on the 1950 census, which means she would have given birth to Andrew at 9 years of age, John W at age 14, William Harvey at 16, and your 2nd Great grandma at 18. The first 2 are not likely, the 2nd not impossible, and I see Lorinda died in 1949, when Mary was but a babe. I bet maybe Eli and Martha married in 1853, not 43, but I did not note a birth year for any of their children.
Eli's other children were Frank, Jane, Sarah, Julia, and Lemuel Nelson (probably his mother's maiden name for a middle name, I'd guess).
I'm sorry to report that this book has nothing beyond Mary Louisa. The Hiatts were mostly Quakers, who kept pretty decent records of marriages and of withdrawing from one meeting and joining another - I believe their records are maintained at Earlham College, if you wish to research more. A very distant Hiatt cousin worked in the library there a while back - named Tom, maybe? I can't recall now.
Wishing you joy in genealogy,
|Janneane Veger||RE: Rachel Edwards Williams Hiatt|
Dear Cousin Kay,
Jonathan and Rachel Hiatt did indeed have their third son, named Josiah, whose birth and death years match what you have. My source says he married his 3rd cousin Esther Hiatt, daughter of William and Elizabeth Sulgrove Hiatt. Their children are: Eli, William, Lydia, Eliza Ann, and Nathan. How does this compare to your info?
All of Jonathan & Rachel's children are: John B. (my ancestor), Silas, Josiah, Mary, Jonathan, Lydia, George, Richard, Sarah, Nathan, Rachel, and Martin.
Wishing you joy in genealogy!
|Ladean Cox Bowman||DAR|
Glad you submitted your papers from Soloman Cox. Let me know when you get it.
|Larry Parker||RE: James Garner Fox|
No, I'm not from Cass or Morgan Counties. I'm just going through photos of Civil War veterans, and if I find one for whom somebody has made a Find A Grave memorial, then I add the photo to the memorial.
|Larry Parker||Bio info|
Also, I think it would be a good idea to work the below information into James' biography. I got that from the same page where I found and copied the original photo:
Union soldier James G. Fox, from Oregon, Cass County, Illinois, served in the 114th Illinois Infantry Regiment, Company F. He resided in Berryton, Cass County, Illinois at time of enlistment.
|Larry Parker||James Garner Fox|
Because you posted a flower on James' memorial, stating that you were his great-granddaughter, I want to let you know that I added a photo of James to his memorial:
I fixed the damage to his face that was on the original photograph, but I did not fix the background, because that's too much work.
The photo caption has the link to the original.
I have no connection to James, I just find things online and pass them on :)
|Cathy Porter-Maynard||Clement Weaver.|
NEW TOPIC: I noticed that you have a message (below) from a Find-A-Grave member regarding Clement Weaver. Very interesting! I, also, am a very great granddaughter of Clement Weaver & Mary Freeborn, through their daughter Elizabeth Weaver, who married Rev. Thomas Dungan.
Quote: "In 1656 Thomas was a freeman and in 1663 he married Elizabeth WEAVER (1645-1697) daughter of Clement WEAVER and Mary FREEBORN. Thomas and Elizabeth became the parents of nine children."
Small world, isn't it? :)
Peace and blessings,
|Cathy Porter-Maynard||LOGUE Ancestors.|
Good Morning, Kay,
Yes; I have ties to the Logue clan. i.e., I'm a direct descendant of William Marrs Logue and Hannah Job(e). My line continues for many generations -- all the way to my grandmother, who was a Logue.
Question: Do you know the name of your *earliest* Logue ancestor(s); and, from where they hailed? Could you tell me about your line of descent? I look forward to hearing from you.
Peace and blessings,
Kay Baldwin wrote:
"Created by: Cathy Porter-Maynard
Record added: Feb 19, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85174121
And wondered if you had any ties to this family? I am researching my families lineage and believe I'm a direct descendant of a Logue in this same family line.
Thank you for your time and for the work you do for Find A Grave!
|Candice Craig||Craig Family|
My grandparents were James and Clea Craig.
I'm looking to research the Craig side a little more.
I know a little info about Mildred Craig and Ella Mae.
|Dorothy Cox-Woodruff||RE: message|
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