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Joe Stoner (#47793749)
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Bio Photo 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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Shirley Ann Bennett Barham
Thank you for alurting me of my failure to put in the name of the cemetery.
Are you related to this family? I hope so....
Please, contact me if this is the case. His wife Clyde O. Bennett Summers is my paternal Aunt.
Shirley Ann Bennett Barham
Added by Shirley Ann Bennett Barha... on Sep 29, 2015 3:08 PM
Joe Sasnett
RE: Julia F Adams Sasnett
Thank you very much for the information concerning the wives of J R Sasnett. I created the memorial for Julia Sasnett but did not place the obituary for Anna Stevens Sasnett on Julia Sasnett's page. That was done by another Find A Grave contributor. I have contacted that individual and asked them to move the obituary to the correct memorial page. I have also listed Julia (1st wife) Sasnett's grave location as "unknown". Perhaps you know where she is buried and could possibly supply me with some information that would help me locate her grave.

Thanks again

Joe Sasnett
Added by Joe Sasnett on Sep 17, 2015 9:20 AM
Photo Charles C Cunningham
God Bless You Joe Stoner!
Thank you so much for Charles' marker photo. I am grateful. I am equally grateful for the information on Annie. She was a widow for so long, and I knew nothing of her after Charles' death. With no marker, were you able to access cemetery records? Do you know when she died? Also in this cemetery is Charles brother Mack (short for McGrew), Mack never married. There was another brother Alex (Alexander) who also never married. I do not know where he is buried, but I suspect here also.

Thank you again for your kindness, it is appreciated. Ardith
Added by aam on Sep 01, 2015 4:01 PM
Nancy Jackowiak
RE: Anna Davis Payne
My relationship depends....I have a maternal great grandmother, Adeline Davis Allen, daughter of Edward H Davis, potentially nephew of Samuel Davis, father of James Matthew Davis), Anna Davis Payne's father) and Betsy Lyons and mother of Ernest E Davis, my maternal grandfather and there is dna results that place him, my grandfather, in the family of John A Payne... still hoping for one more dna test to see how much stronger the results get.

Nancy J
Added by Nancy Jackowiak on Aug 29, 2015 12:49 PM
Patricia Williams Curry
Williams family
Joe, I read on your biography that you have interest in the Williams family and you also states Alabama. Please contact me via e-mail because I might be able to help you and you might be able to help me pass a Williams family roadblock of mine. Thanks in advance. Pat Williams Curry
Added by Patricia Williams Curry on Aug 28, 2015 6:10 PM
Nancy Jackowiak
RE: Anna Davis Payne
found Robert Kirk and Christopher Robert Payne....have offered them an opportunity for dna testing that may break down some brick walls....thank you for the guidance.....

Nancy J
Added by Nancy Jackowiak on Aug 28, 2015 11:53 AM
Nancy Jackowiak
RE: Anna Davis Payne
I believe I found Christopher Robert Payne, living here in Florida about two hours from me and I found him on fb, it this is the right one and I think it is....I left him a message on fb and found his phone number and left him a message there....hopefully he will respond, he is the correct Chris and I can convince him to do the dna test....this would break down a HUGE brick wall.

Thank you so much for your guidance and is priceless !!!!!

Nancy J
Added by Nancy Jackowiak on Aug 21, 2015 1:55 PM
Nancy Jackowiak
RE: Anna Davis Payne
I did see the book advertised on Amazon and one in the Kentucky Historical Society and even left Norman Payne a message but that is all for now. Thank you so much for the info you just gave....maybe I can find the youngest Payne and see if he is willing to do the dna test and finally get an answer. Will definitely let you know what I find !!!!

Added by Nancy Jackowiak on Aug 21, 2015 1:44 PM
Nancy Jackowiak
RE: Anna Davis Payne
this just came up as a possibility in my line also and as I was trying to see what Davis line and what Payne line I ran across I have to get it straight in my head again....

I talked with Trent Dowell Funeral Home regarding Anna Davis Payne's parents and it was James Matthew Davis and Elizabeth E Payne Davis; I also talked with Karen and Bobbie Jo at archives and the marriage certificate has her parents as the same....and yes Elizabeth Payne Davis is a sister to John A Payne, children of Green Beard Payne....

I had a dna test run on my only remaining male cousin that is a direct descendant of my maternal grandfather trying to find who his father is and it came back with a strong match to the Flaye Payne line, which is the Green Beard Payne line and I was working my way down to the birth time frames and came up with James A Payne as the most obvious....seems I now need to find a direct male descendant to John A you happen to know of any ????

If this does not make sense let me know....I was very confused all day yesterday but thank goodness the Find A Grave work has been done and almost everyone linked .

Nancy Jackowiak
Added by Nancy Jackowiak on Aug 21, 2015 9:40 AM
RE: Nina Mae Finch
I researched Nina's father and found that in 1910 he had a wife named Iona age 18. In 1920 he had a wife named Myrtle age 21 and two daughters, Louise age 9 and Nina age 7. That would seem to indicate that Iona was the mother of Louise and Nina. While the ages aren't an exact match, I'm satisfied with Iona as mother and Myrtle as step-mother. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. Marsha
Added by Marsha on Aug 21, 2015 9:34 AM
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