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|Anna O'Quinn Richter||RE: Mamie Stewart Key|
I'm so glad it was helpful to you! thanks for letting me know-
|JoAnn Henry Phillips||RE: Lambert Wright Henry|
Sent a message with another question elsewhere, but happy to oblige. Lambert Henry was one of the sons of George Rainey Henry and Martha Henry. George and Martha were first cousins. His father was James Henry, mother was Ann Wright Henry. James came from Ireland from County Antrim. I believe Ann was already in South Carolina, and I think she was born there. Her parents were Alexander Wright and Janey Rainey. Ann Wright Henry and James Henry had a son they named after her father, James "Alexander" Henry, and George "Rainey" Henry, after her mother. My grandfather was also named George Rainey Henry, and they named one of their sons Tillman "Rainey" Henry, my favorite uncle. So they kept the "Rainey" name going.
Will try to help you in any way that I can. I can send you a photo of Ann Henry's grave if you wish. She lived to be 50 yrs old. James Henry is either not buried next to her, or he has no tombstone there. Both sides of her grave are empty spots. This is a mystery to me. I cannot find his grave anywhere.
Martha Henry's father was Hugh Henry, also from County Antrim, Ireland, and her mother was a McMaster. Also have pics of their graves, plus an actual photograph of Hugh!
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if you wish. Love doing genealogy!
JoAnn Henry Phillips
|JoAnn Henry Phillips||RE: Lambert Wright Henry|
Hello, I am JoAnn Henry Phillips, and I have done a genealogy of my Henrys, so can help you a little here. My third great grandfather was George Rainey Henry, married to Martha Henry. Her maiden name was, in fact, Henry. George and Martha were first cousins. He was injured in the Battle Of Antietam in the Civil War, had his hand amputated, and he died at age 34 yrs. Martha lived a long full life.
George's parents were James Henry and Ann Wright. Ann Wright was the daughter of Alexander Wright and Janey Rainey. So, one of James and Ann's sons was named Alexander, after her father, and George "Rainey" Henry after her mother's last name. They had two other children, Hugh Pressley Henry and Barbary Jane Henry.
I do not have more on the parentage of Alexander Wright and Janey Rainey, but it has been awhile, and I can go back and see if Ancestry.com has updated any info on them. If so, I would be happy to share what I find with you! The "Rainey" name was handed down to one of George and Martha Henry's grandsons, my grandpa, George Rainey Henry. They named one of their sons Tillman Rainey Henry...my very favorite uncle!
I will look some more and see if I can find anything on the Wrights. That is who you are looking for? Ann Wright Henry is buried in Cannons Creek ARP Cemetery in South Carolina, so are her three sons. Her daughter is buried up north, must look that up again. She married a man in Ohio, I believe it was.
Ann Wright Henry died at age 50, and James Henry lived on. I cannot find his grave for the life of me! And I have looked and looked. There are two places near Ann's grave that have no person apparently buried there. Maybe he is there, I don't know. I have a copy of his official Will, which is about the only concrete evidence of James'ever living at all, other than handed down "family history". Ann was dead when he wrote the Will.
Let me know if I can be of any other help. I will get on this Wright info as fast as I can. My mother just moved in with us, and she is taking a great deal of my time taking care of her. But I love doing my genealogy and love to share anything I am able to.
If you would like me to send you emails with photos and such, please contact me at
Again, I am JoAnn Phillips, maiden name Henry
|Richard Hodges||Myrtle Wilkes - Salem Cemetery|
Thanks for the links to her parents which I have added. I also have asked for a family link to Myrtle's grandparents George & Mary Ann Henry buried Fairfield County, S.C.
|Peka||RE: Bagleys at Union ARP Church Cemetery|
No problem. I was just hoping I wasn't going to get someone else saying these were the wrong parents, back and forth, etc. I don't keep records of who sends me edits because I get so many.
Added by Peka on Apr 04, 2014 6:59 AM
Recently, you've been having me changing parents of some people. Did you send the wrong ones the first time? I didn't link most of these people originally (on my own) so I'm curious if I might get another edit from someone else wanting me to change it back.
Added by Peka on Apr 03, 2014 6:38 PM
|Peka||Paul Atkinson (90465545)|
"This child was born Sept 11, 1891 and died Feb. 8, 1897. His name is Paul Atkinson. Thank you for your help with this memorial. Information from his nephew Walker Atkinson Jr."
I changed the year of birth but you can clearly read the month/day of birth (Dec. 13). I added the picture for you to look at.
Thanks for all your edits!
Added by Peka on Mar 30, 2014 3:06 PM
|Charlotte Ann Price||RE: Thomas Nelson Price|
I do not have that either. Prob on the Farm, so often they at that time were buried where they lived.
I checked another person's tree and he doesn't have the location either.
|Sue Leitzsey Bradley||Paul Francis Brown|
Please remove the obituary from the flower section of memorial 125632103. The following is per Find A Grave guidelines: "Biographical information and obituaries should not be included in a virtual flower."
|Charlotte Ann Price||Thomas Nelson Price, Jr|
Penn Branch Baptist Church Cem.FA Grave Mem #70744832
Caroline A C Rice-Price
Saint Marks Lutheran Church Cem annex.SC FA Grve Mem#11443910
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