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I have been an avid genealogist for over 30 years. I have researched my family in Letcher, Perry, Breathitt, Magoffin, Leslie, and Owsley counties. I have research on the Campbell, Couch, Dixon, Combs, Cornett, Feltner, Williams, Whitely, Haney, Gullet and others that came into my family as I researched. My husband and I are now attempting to photograph the cemeteries in our county. I will consider transfers within the four Generation "Find-a-grave" guideline that include: Spouses, Parents, Brothers and Sisters, Children, Grand-children, Grandparents and great grandparents. No transfers to aunts, uncles or cousins. This also includes Great Aunts and Uncles. Transfers must be within your direct generation. If any of my memorials need to be edited, please contact me using the edit button. Thanks, Sandra|
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|Shannon Wells||Harlie Miller|
Thank you for the photo. Did you by chance get birth and death dates? I am unable to read them.
|MS Elfving||Incorrect name for Elizabeth DAVIDSON Stacy|
In the memorial you show that Shadrach's mother, the wife of Simon Stacy, was Elizabeth Holmes Davidson. Elizabeth's maiden name was Davidson. She was not married before she married Simon Stacy. She is fully documented as Elizabeth Stacy in the 1826 Scott Co, Virginia will, probate, and chancery court records of her father James Davidson. After she and her father James Davidson sold the land in Perry County left by Simon for her the the minor children's benefit, she returned with some of her kids to Scott Co, Va., where her father helped her to purchase land. She lived there for a few short years and then left the state to parts unknown. Some of her younger kids returned to Perry Co. I suspect you have confused this Elizabeth and Simon with the Elizabeth Holmes and Simon Stacy who were married in Wilkes Co, NC. That is a different Simon and Elizabeth and they migrated to Pulaski Co, Ky. I hope you will correct the memorial. I descend from Shadrach. Thank you and with regards,
|stumptheump||Jeanette New Memorial|
Sorry, didn't catch that. I removed the memorial I made. Thanks for letting me know.
Sandra, who is the Joe Walker being mentioned in your note from Rhonda Jo? He may be a relative of mine.
Added by IRISANA on May 22, 2015 1:26 PM
I deleted mine. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by rhondajo on May 20, 2015 6:26 PM
|stumptheump||William P Melton transfer|
I'm doing my happy dance now!! Thank you a million times!! This really means so much to me!
Again, I appreciate the all the transfers of my grandparents and great grandparents! You're a doll!
|stumptheump||Nancy Melton transfer|
I just realized that you transferred my great grandmother, Nancy E Melton. Thank you so very much!! I'm gonna do a jig when you transfer her husband (hahaha) Seriously, I sincerely appreciate the transfers!! Thanks again!
|stumptheump||RE: Collins Ladies|
Oh, then he did think my dad was married to one of the "Collins ladies." So no, he must be thinking of my dad's cousin. If you recall yesterday, I assumed that your husband must be related to A.B. Couch, but you failed to confirm that fact. I was trying to make the connection. Your husband and I are both first cousins to Danny Couch, from each side of his family. Sweet! Did you find the death record at the library today? If so, did it say Dixie or Dicie? I know that her nickname was Dicie.
|stumptheump||RE: MeltonCemetery - Browns Fork, Kentucky|
Okay, that makes sense. As I stated before I grew always calling it Melton Cemetery. But when I stated working on my family tree, I found it listed as Dan Melton Cemetery.
I finally realized you meant that your husband was married to one of the "Collins ladies" and not my father. And since there were 3 Collins girls, and two of them married into my family, I now know who your husband was married to. Small world, isn't it? LOL
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