|Steve Johnson (#47867243)|
| || member for 4 years, 1 month|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Although my degree is in computer science and a member of the National Honor Society, I have a deep love for genealogy and have been doing it for about 20 years. Currently reside in Pike County GA, and we have compiled and maintain the most comprehensive cemetery and grave list in the county. Feel free to contact me for that info. |
Researching into my paternal side from Georgia: Johnson from Bryan and Screven Counties, HODGES from Screven County, COLSON from Screven) and STRANGE, MOODY, J. B FERGUSON line in Screven, Effingham, Chatham, GA and Barnwell, Beaufort, SC.
On my maternal side I am researching SMITH, HOUSE, PARSONS, ROBINSON, WILLIAM, OSBORN, and McKINNEY from Clay county AL area, and HOUSE in Lagrange GA area, CRUMBLEY of Clayton Co, GA.
Currently I am focusing on the ancestry of Wm. J. G. HODGES, 1840-1905 born, raised and buried with his family in in the same cemetery in Screven County, North Newington Baptist Church Cemetery. I have his parents as William and Mary COLSON HODGES. Found in the 1850 census at 11 years old with his g-mother, Morning SHEPPARD. But I am starting to wonder about that.
I have a little saying I sort of made up: A TRUE GENEALOGIST is open minded, a stickler for accuracy and documentation, does not force the pieces to fit, but curious about where this wonderful path leads.
I really like to acknowledge my late cousin, William Bill" REEVES a TRUE GENEALOGIST, of NC for his help in a number of areas and thank him and publicly for using and acknowledging my contribution (the JOHNSON/AUSTIN line of Screven) to his work. I really miss talking to Bill and sharing information.
|Messages left for Steve Johnson (49)||[Leave Message]|
|Ginny Lehner||Elias House & Barbara Quilman|
Elias House, son of Mark House and Anna Maria Bast, was indeed married to Barbara Misenheimer Quilman, widow of Peter Quilman. Elias and Barbara married July, 29, 1808 in Cabarrus Co. North Carolina according to the "Cabarrus County Marriage Bonds 1793 - 1868" which can be found in the North Caroline state archives housed in Raleigh. It was a second marriage for both of them. Elias and Barbara moved to Illinois sometime after the 1820 census (the last time he was on a census for Cabarrus Co.) and Elias died in 1826. Barbara was then married a third time to Johann Christopher Lyerly/Layrle November 24, 1827 in Union Co. Ill. Barbara's sister, Margaret Catharine Misenheimer had been married to Zacharius Layrle, half brother to Johann/John Christopher Lyerle. The House, Misenheimer, Lyerly, Bradley, Gardiner and Gregory families all moved from Mecklenburg/ Cabarrus Co. moved to Jackson and Union Co. Illinois about the same time. Some of the families moved together. I am related to all of them. I know there is some controversy about a Jacob House being the son of Elias House and Elizabeth Kress/Cress. There is a Jacob House b.1793 in Cabarrus Co. who is not from SOUTH Carolina, but he is listed as being from NORTH Carolina on every Cabarrus Co.census from 1850 - 1880. He married Sarah/Sally Barringer Dec. 03, 1816 in Cabarrus Co. and died Nov. 20, 1889. He is buried in St. Johns Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery, Cabarrus Co. Could this Jacob be the son of Elias and Elizabeth?
|Ginny Lehner||Elias House|
Hi Mr. Johnson,
I have been researching the House, Bost, Misenheimer and Gregory families ( I descent from all) for several years now and have some information about Elias House that you might be interested in. Elias House was born in 1760 and fought in the Revolutionary War. He belonged to the company commanded by Capt. James Osburn in the Regiment commanded by Colonel Harrington of North Carolina. He filed for a military pension while living in Cabarrus Co. NC, but sometime shortly after 1820 he moved to Jackson Co. Illinois. He reapplied for his pension to be sent to him there as he states that he intends to remain there the rest of his life. He first applied in Union Co. and then had to have it approved in Jackson Co. The papers can be seen on Heritage Quest and Ancestry.com. He died May 10, 1826 and is buried in Union Co. according to the book "Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Illinois" by Mrs. Harriet J. Walker. The book also states that he lost an arm fighting in the Rev.War. He is the brother of John House who died in 1824 and is buried in Jackson Co. Illinois and is my 6th great grandfather. Please leave me a message if you want or need anymore info. GOD bless,
|Katherine Ferguson||James Barnard Ferguson|
Hello , my husband is William Edward Ferguson this is his line 1969-(still living)
Father: Benjamin Joseph Ferguson (still Living)
Grandfather: Woodrow Wilson Ferguson 1918-1979
Great Grandfather: George Ferguson 1879-1935
Great Great Grandfather: James Barnard Ferguson
3rd Great Grandfather: George Washington Ferguson
4th Great Grandfather: John Benjamin Ferguson
I have the family on Ancestry.com if there any information you need on George Ferguson 1879-1979 to my father in law feel free to contact me ill give you all I have and know. thank you so much for your time an energy on this, take care
|Chris Hawkins||R.A. Hancock Family|
Just an update to your information on the R.A. Hancock family. Frank is indeed the 4th child and Yvonne is actually the 6th and first girl of their 12 children. There were 7 boys and 5 girls. There are currently 5 of the 12 still living. I hope this is of interest.
|JoAnn Bland||RE: Thanks!|
I'm afraid I wasn't to much help, only had his obit to go on. But I am glad Ally was able to locate his grave site. I did tell her, Bonaventure needs to be notified of his burial site because they had absolutely no record, however I would leave that up to you guys. I am originally from GA, but live in FL, so its not quite so convenient for me to go by the office.
Glad it was resolved and the little guy is now in the right cemetery.
Hope you have a great day and thank you for all you do for Find A Grave!
|Ally||John Ferguson 1971-1975|
Are there any other relatives buried in Bonaventure, Greenwich, or Laurel Grove North? Looked here http://web.savannahga.gov/cembase/ and could not find anything on little John.
Asking about other relatives because maybe there may be a chance he could show up in another family lot but is not listed for whatever reason. I have seen it happen so I am not ruling it out.
Added by Ally on Aug 22, 2013 8:01 AM
|Ally||Ferguson @ Bonaventure|
I won't be able to get out there until tomorrow, I usually don't wait so long but I just started a new job.
Added by Ally on Aug 20, 2013 4:50 AM
|K Sauer||RE: may be kin to the person you seek.|
Steve not the same William Harris Johnson. My grandfather was married to Janie S. Edwards
Added by K Sauer on Aug 14, 2013 12:31 PM
|K Sauer||RE: may be kin to the person you seek.|
I think that William Harris Johnson's dad was James E. Johnson but not really sure. I do not know what his mom's name is. His children do not remember either. His wife Janie Edwards Johnson's mom and dad are Lonnie and Lelia Edwards and that is as far as I can go back on that side. I do know somehow I am assuming on my grandmother's side we are related to the Counts and Head family also buried in Union Cemetary. You also told me that we are related on My mother's side of the family that we are cousins. My great Grandfather was Joseph Soloman Ferguson and Great Grandma is Carrie Proctor Ferguson.
Added by K Sauer on Aug 07, 2013 4:26 PM
|Sharon Frank Patrick||photo request for Dosie House SL|
her plot number is section G lot 21 grave 1.
Please remove photo request.
|[View all messages...]|