|Joe Stoner (#47793749)|
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I have found findagrave very useful in my research, and I am trying to give back by adding profiles and photos as I am able. I am glad to transfer memorials if I am not related to them.|
I have interests in Green and Breckinridge Counties in Kentucky, Jackson and DeKalb Counties in Alabama and Morgan, Putnam and Greene Counties in Georgia. Surname interests include Wilson, Bridgewater, Meador, Pile, Payne, Weatherford, Smalley, Williams, Whitmore, Walker, Shepherd, Moseley and Veal.
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|Nancy Jackowiak||RE: Norman Payne's Book|
thank you so much Joe.....I am going to bid on it and see how that works......I am looking at the table of contents and certainly see alot of familiar names and with that many pages, it has to be chocked full of info.
Jane will love retirement! She will wonder how she ever had the time to work.
Get some traveling done and Madison is a very nice town!I have been there once. Beautiful old homes.
Tell Jane "hello" from her 2nd cousin!
It's good to hear from you. Maybe now I can remember the relationship!
It's ok that the astereks are there I just didn't want anyone to think there were half siblings when they weren't .
Hope y'all are doing well.
I know we are related through the Bullard's or the Veale's but, I can't seem to remember which.
I was just looking at the Find-A-Grave on Richard McRee Veale and I noticed something I hadn't seen before after looking at them many times. I hope you can tell me why it's there.
On some of the ones for the Veale children, Richard being one of them, there are astereks at the end of the names that indicate "half sibling."
None of those children are half siblings.
They all have the same parents.
Could you please explain this to me?
|Nancy Jackowiak||RE: Oaty T Payne's son|
Edward B Payne b 1841 d 1902, married Martha Dunn February 12, 1866...don't know if his mother is Cynthia or Susanna Perrigo
|Ann White||Kathleen Pratt Heath|
Thank you for the great pictures. I really appreciate your getting them for me.
|Nancy Jackowiak||Moses Payne and Judith Beard children|
Hi Joe, I am still working on and trying to narrow down the Payne line that leads to my grandfather, Ernest E Davis biological father. I have talked with Karen Shaffer since I have become aware of the fact that her mother, Mildred Payne Armes is either a niece or cousin of my grandfathers. And she has given me the names of all 11 of Moses and Judith children, I only had 4 names. I thought I might do some digging and see if I can find death info on the other 7. In doing that I see that Moses does not even have the names listed of his children on his find a grave memorial. I was wondering if you knew if his missing children died in Kentucky or Ohio or Texas or where. I would love to have a copy of Norman Payne's book but it is out of print and I cannot find one but until that time I figured you might have the info I am looking for. I would appreciate any help you can give me and I am hoping to get to Breckinridge County this fall and hopefully tie up some loose ends but until then I am at a loss. Thank you !!!
|Kay Kelly||Charles H. Kelly|
Thanks for the photograph I requested of Charles Kelly's marker. Apparently his nameplate is missing. I will try to take care of that.
|Patsy Duggar Medley||RE: Estelle Marine Perry grave photo|
Estelle is my Dad's oldest sister. I was unaware that she is the only one there alone. I know my dad is buried there somewhere around the fence. It has been years and years since I have been out there. The location is in a location that I am not comfortable being around. I have 3 more spaces out there that I wish to sell and keep putting off coming out there to talk to someone about selling them. I really need to do that soon.
Thank you for all the work that you do because it is greatly appreciated.
Patsy Duggar Medley
|William Carlton Wade||Whisenant & Moncrief|
I am at a loss to explain the Moncrief connection to the Whisenants. John Whisenant's parents are buried in Shoal Creek Baptist Church cemetery as well as Harriet Lula Evans' parents. So they both grew up knowing each other. Lula's sisters were Mellie, Callie, and Bonnie Evans. Callie never married and her grave location is unknown. Mellie married Robert Lee Kytle. Bonnie died in 1895. John's sisters were Olley and Alice Whisenant. So the Laura E Moncrief is a mystery for she appears to be too old to be Johnís sister. It was a good exercise in research for it helped connect John to his parents.
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