|Judy Grubb (#47767732)|
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Retired and having a wonderful time. Have met so many wonderful people and contributors and have learned so much from them. May the learning never stop. It is such a wonderful feeling to re-link familes back together, especially the children. Thanks to all who have helped me do this. God Bless!!|
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|Dana Garrow||Honbarrier update|
Hi Judy! Thanks for the addition of his parents! Let me know if you are related to this family… I'm not and would be happy to transfer him to your care! Blessings, Dana
|J. Dresser||RE: Rebecca Roland|
Rebecca White was the daughter of John L. White, not his wife. Here are the census returns showing her in her birth family:
1850 Census: Overton County,TN, dist. 7, p. 82B, 2 September, 1850: 203/
White, John, age 45, farmer, - / 200, b. TN;
Tempa, age 40 [b. 1810], b. TN
1860 Census: Waverly, Morgan County, IL:
John White: 50, laborer, b. TN
Rebecca, 26, b. TN
Hiram, 5, b. IL -neither child in school-
Andrew, 2, b. IL
In 1860, they are living next door to Alexander Follis' parents: Jeremiah and Priscilla Follis. Alexander is not found in the census and appears to have died.
Have you verified the marriage date of Alexander to Rebecca White? It would appear that Alexander did not survive to 1862, however, even if they were did marry after the 1860 census return, it does not mean that the boys were not Alexander's sons, as they may have been born out of wedlock, but then legitimized by the subsequent marriage.
Census takers were usually careful about family names. If Rebecca White Follis returned to her father's home after Alexander died, her name could be expected to be written as Follis, Rebecca. However, if they never married, then her name would remain White, as would her children.
I can understand that once Rebecca married Christian Rowland, her sons may well have taken his surname. That would especially be true if they had never been named Follis, but just White.
John L. White married Temperance Lyon c. 1825 in Overton County, Tennessee. She survived his 1861 death by several decades as his widow. In 1860, in an effort to maximize income, she took their two youngest children to nearby Christian County, IL, and ran a boarding house for a bit, leaving her husband, John, in the care of her eldest single daughter, Rebecca. However, after John's death in 1861, she returned to the White farmstead and remained there until her own death, sometime after the 1880 census.
|Sheryl||RE: Lucille Mabry|
I'm glad you got the date corrected, Judy. I apologize if I was confusing you. God bless.
Added by Sheryl on Sep 08, 2016 10:20 PM
|Sheryl||RE: Lucille Mabry|
Lucille's memorial number is 169376019. Since you created the memorial, go to her memorial and correct the death date there. The edit I sent is still pending, so if you'd rather, go to the pending edits on your page and you can change it like that as well. Hope this helps.
Added by Sheryl on Sep 07, 2016 10:30 AM
|Kenny Lingren||RE: Phyllis Smith|
pic has been moved..thx, kenny
|Sheryl||Lucille Mabry Edit|
I sent you an edit for death date for Lucille Mabry 169376219. I noticed that her date of death is listed as 1988 on the MC Death Index info on her memorial. Her stone lists the year as 1980. Just wanted to let you know, in case you needed to change it. If you need a copy of her obituary, I can try to get it for you; let me know.
Added by Sheryl on Sep 05, 2016 10:56 AM
|Sheryl||RE: Noah Franklin Mabry|
I was glad to fulfill your your photo request and I will add the pics to memorials you mentioned. Have a blessed day.
Added by Sheryl on Sep 05, 2016 10:00 AM
|Ronnie Simpson||jesse hathcock 154470871|
did he in the civil war?
|lmkruser4||Nancy Ellen Price Krohn, # 151067840|
Regarding Nancy Ellen Price Krohn, #151067840, she was actually married to George W Krohn, Findagrave Memorial # 93173699, on July 25, 1872, in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. George W Krohn is buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, McGregor, Iowa, and served in the Civil War from 2 states (interesting story). Milbert Krohn, who married in Montana, was Nancy's son. Nancy Krohn is maternal 2d great-grandmother of my husband, Paul Kruse; George Krohn is Paul's maternal 2d great-grandfather. Please let me know if you have any questions or if I may be of further help. As always, thank you for your hard work & diligence~
|lmkruser4||Nancy Ellen Price Krohn|
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