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Lannie Bartlett (#47793432)
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Bio Photo I have an absolute love for my family ~ those who are with me and those who have come before me.

I also love a good cemetery.
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LJG
RE: Mary Susannah Jones Fears
Lannie,
"12 miles north of the city" sounds like Caldwell's Chapel cemetery. The distance is almost exact, within a mile. That's where her sister Ida Ella is buried. I'm just guessing, though. Hope you find out for sure someday.
Take care!!
Added by LJG on May 23, 2015 7:50 PM
LJG
RE: Mary Susannah Jones Fears
Ok Lannie if I ever run across any info on her burial place, I'll send u a message. I'm not on ancestry but I may sign up in the future.
Take care, and hello to your Mom also! thanks!
Larry Joseph "Joey" Gillihan


Added by LJG on May 20, 2015 4:43 PM
LJG
Mary Susannah Jones Fears
Lannie, Do you know which cemetery in Jonesboro, AR that Mary Fears is buried in?
Added by LJG on May 19, 2015 6:14 PM
LJG
RE: Mary Susannah Jones Fears
Lannie, I'm so glad that I was able to help, THAT is what I love most about Find A Grave. Hopefully you noticed that the links are there on John R Jones' Memorial for HIS Parents, Great-Grandparents, and His Great Great Grandparents. Our 5th Great Grandfather, Johnathan Jones, was a Revolutionary War Veteran.
Thanks!
Larry J Gillhan
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Added by LJG on May 19, 2015 6:01 PM
LJG
RE: Mary Susannah Jones Fears
Hi, Lannie
YES I am related, Mary Susannah Jones's sister, Ida Ella Jones Dunnam Dacus, was my great-great grandmother. I can't remember the source I used, but It was one of those genealogy sites, and probably census info. I remembered my grandmother talking about her grandmother being named Ida Ella Dunnam and that Ida's mother was named Sophronia Victoria Eddings, and that Alexander Eddings was her second husband.
After I found Sophronia's name by just a google search, it all just kind of fell together. Apparently, Sophronia's nichnake was "Froney".
Nice to meet you, cousin!
Larry J Gillihan
Added by LJG on May 19, 2015 4:45 AM
John C
Dora Bartlett
I checked with the cemetery office today to make sure I had the right location. I am sorry to report that her grave is not marked. I did take a photo that shows the location if you would like to have it.

John
Added by John C on Dec 03, 2014 1:51 PM
Caroline
RE: Brant L Bartlett
You are very welcome!
Added by Caroline on Nov 08, 2014 9:16 PM
Jeanette Martin
RE: Fincannon/Stonecypher
Thanks for checking, Lannie. I don't have your family in my data base that I can find. Would you share?
If you have e-mail, use my address:
fnmmart@arbucklonline.com

Jeanette
Added by Jeanette Martin on Feb 13, 2014 6:52 PM
Jeanette Martin
ISAAC FINCANNON
My husband, Fred N Martin, Jr was your 3rd cousin twice removed.
Isaac was his gg-grandfather.

Interested in the payment your gramma got from the Indian Bureau, even tho less than a dollar. Do you have the papers?
This might not mean the connection was Elizabeth, as it might come in on another "limb" of your tree.
Added by Jeanette Martin on Feb 11, 2014 7:59 PM
Jeanette Martin
RE: Fincannon/Stonecypher
This is what I have on Elizabeth, wife of Isaac.

Found "HARRIS-NAUS-COTTON-HAEFELE-ANCESTORS-DESCENDANTS" by Jane Naus
located in Winterville, NC - Ancestry.com - the following

From Tracey Miller Family Tree [Ancestry.com]
Posted by: Katherine 9 Jan 2002 In Re: Elizabeth & Isaac by Nancy.
I, also come from this line, through Minerva Catherine Fincannon, the last daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Fincannon of Rabun Co, GA. I have seen the last name of Stonecypher for Elizabeth, but I have never been able to document it in any way. I wonder if at some point someone jumped to the conclusion that her name was Stonecypher and it just spread on.
Our family story was this: Isaac's first wife had 9 children. She became very ill and was dying, and a Cherokee Indian woman came to live with the family to help out. When the first wife died, Old Isaac married the Indian woman Elizabeth and had nine more children. After Isaac died, Elizabeth married Adam Pitner. She died in Benton County, Arkansas where her youngest daughter Minervia Fincannon Shook lived with her famiy. [Her son Martin lived there for a time, too, until he moved to Blue Jacket, Indian Territory.] Elizabeth is buried there, in Benton County, Arkansas. If anyone has any documentation that her name was or wasn't Stonecypher, or that she was or wasn't Cherokee Indian, please, please let me know.

From "FINCANNON-JONES-SECHRIST" : Elizabeth's last name may not be Stonecypher [which may have been spelled Stonecipher]. If she was a Stonecypher, then she is likely a relative of James Stonecypher, father of Susannah [ wife of George Wade Fincannon], but I am not sure if she is a sister or a cousin.

RMLeahy, 5 May 2000: According to Paul Fincannnon [phone conversation, 5 Feb 2004, Elizabeth was thought to be of (partial) Indian descent. Paul says he remembers his aunts discussing the matter.
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Added by Jeanette Martin on Feb 11, 2014 7:53 PM
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