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Cameron-Ashley Heath (#46896958)
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Bio Photo Direct descendant of Israel Heath and Elizabeth Blue through their son Richard Blue Heath. I have researched and compiled a 700+pg family tree on all 9 children of Israel Heath and Elizabeth (Blue) Heath, and written an oral history of the Heath family migration from VA to MO and points beyond. The original Heath family consisted of 5 sons, 2 daughters. (Joseph, James, Jonas, Zachariah, and Israel, sister Ann Nancy Heath and one unknown sister yet to be found.)

Always happy to hear from other Heath descendants to share and exchange information, collect oral history. I have been working hard on collecting old photographs for preservation of descendants from all 9 children of the Israel Heath line. Please share copies of old photos with me if you are a Heath descendant. I was able to locate photos of two of their original 9 children: a photo of David M Heath, Daviess Co MO and eldest son James Heath from Platte Co MO. I have placed them on their Find a Grave memorials for Heath descendants to find. Any PHOTOS I have put on Find a Grave, you are welcome to make 'yours'-I put them there on purpose so descendants can find them. Please ADD any old PHOTOS you may have as well.

If you would like a family memorial transferred to you for maintenance, please contact me through the normal edit tab on the memorial. I'm happy to do so. I'm not stuck on the 4 generation rule but on who is doing the research and will make nice memorials and maintain them.

I also research the following surnames related to me: John Warren family from Heard Co GA into TX, Thomas C Poor family from Delaware County, Indiana into early Butte MT, Augustus Hessel family from Grand Island, Nebraska.
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Todd Bolen
RE: Heaths in Champaign, Ohio
Thank you so much for your response. I also saw no immediate connection to your Champaign, Ohio, Heaths--except all coming from Virginia.

By an old letter I know my ancestor Henry Bolen had a half-sister. When very young my Henry's father was killed, leaving a wife Sarah. Sarah soon remarried to a James Dunbar (a school teacher). Then later we have these two marriages.

Ross County, Ohio Marriages 1798-1825

Bolen, Henry McCrary, Margaret Jan 19, 1809
Dunbar, Nancy Heath, Jonathan* Feb 22, 1813

*One source has his name as William Jonathan Heath.

I am pretty sure Nancy Dunbar Heath is Henry's half-sister (having the same mother, but different fathers) Nancy became a teacher (like her father) whereas my Henry went with is an uncle and could never read or write.

Later in life my Henry Bolen moved up to Logan County, Ohio, just east of Champaign County. I doubt that Nancy came to visit him. I thought it might be to visit her hunband's Heath relatives.

Perhaps we will never know why she came back to Ohio six times.

Todd Bolen
Added by Todd Bolen on Apr 23, 2017 12:45 PM
Albert Poor

I am a descendant of Thomas C. Poor, and was looking at your page for Albert Poor. Based on your research, I believe you have Albert's birth date listed as his death date. Thus, this places his birth in 1849. Not a big deal, but thought you might want to know.

I really appreciate all the information you have provided, and LOVE the pictures on Martha Jane Haynes Poor's find-a-grave site. I actually have a copy of the middle picture, the one that is nearly impossible to see, but I would love to get a digital copy of the others if you don't mind.

Thanks for all your efforts! They are appreciated!!

Sandy (VanGordon) Bowers
Added by Anonymous on Mar 16, 2017 12:17 PM
Member #47700116
Memorial for William Harris

The new Find A Grave # 57911737 worked perfectly. Thank you.


Such good research.

We updated our info/documents accordingly.

I deleted the old page. No problem. Yours is MUCH better.

Thank You,


Added by Member #47700116 on Mar 12, 2017 5:06 PM
Megan Bowman
RE: George Washingtom Baldwin
Thanks for getting back so quickly!

After leaving you that message, I found the 1860 census records, listing George and Sarah as 3 years and 5 months, respectively. They were then listed on the 1860 census as both being I see what you mean about the ages magically changing. I guess I'll keep trying to track down the twin genes. Thanks again!
Added by Megan Bowman on Feb 26, 2017 5:50 PM
Raymond Heath
ella moon heath
I am Ella Moon Heath son Raymondi I have a the history and phots or the heath family.
Added by Raymond Heath on Dec 04, 2016 3:03 PM
James Joseph Russell
I have just discovered a possible DNA connection to James Joseph Russell. I think perhaps he is the brother of my 5th g grandfather John Russell, born around 1756, I don't know where, lived in Washington County, Virginia, and migrated to Missouri. Died in 1821 in Missouri. I would appreciate any information you have that might help establish this relationship. Janet Russell Valade . I have a web page for John Russell's family at
Added by Janet on Nov 30, 2016 2:47 PM
Neal J. Warren #106029061
Further to your question of Nov. 1 regarding the above and #32537193 showing him as AKA Tom Moore. I can't answer the question of why, etc. I went back and checked the funeral ledger. The name is listed as "Mr. Tom Moore AKA Neal J. Warren". There were no parents listed. The informant was a Leslie Hall (don't know if this is male or female). Leslie's address was in Moore OK.

Neal/Tom was a WW I & II Vet and also worked for the Santa Fe Railway. No other individuals are listed. It appears Leslie Hall wrote a check on a bank in Moore to pay the balance not covered by VA and RR Retirement funds. So perhaps he/she was his caretaker and would have been on the checking account.

Sorry I couldn't be of more help. If you can provide links for his parents I'll be glad to add them (or perhaps I can find them myself).
Added by GLENDA EISENHOUR on Nov 15, 2016 3:49 PM
RE: Walter Scott Heath
Josie's brother you may be referring to could be James Alexander Winchester. James was married to Sarah "Sally" Jane Donnell. The Donnell family is my direct line.

Thank you so much for the information, Obviously I was looking in the wrong county.

I appreciate your help!
Added by Pete on Oct 14, 2016 6:01 PM
Jesse Russell
Russell, Blue, Heath and Cupp
Very nicely done, Cameron. My 3rd ggf was John Russell Crafton. They dropped the Crafton name after my 2nd ggf, Bennett Russell, was born in 1799 in Clarke Co., Va. where I still live. We are now fairly sure that JRC's mother was a Russell from Loudoun Co. and specifically the branch that hails from Samuel Russell. Bennett Russell married Mary Ann Blue and her father was Jesse Blue and grandfather, John Blue, all from that part of Berkeley Co. that is now Jefferson Co. WV. I noticed that one of your respondents was also tracing his Cupp family line. Martha Conrelia Cupp b. 1833 and d. 1902 lived in both Rockingham and Augusta Co.s Va. and is my 2nd ggm. Her husband was Hugh Connell. This relationship to Cupp comes through my grandmothers line. Love to know more but haven't had time yet. Rather amazed at how many names on both sides of my family are intertwined. Enjoyed reading all the messages to your site.
Jesse Russell
Clarke Co., Va
Added by Jesse Russell on Sep 01, 2016 8:17 AM
Betty Lytle-Flamm
Russell Family
Thank you for your well researched memorial page presentations. Some of the best I've seen on Find A Grave. I am a descendant of John Russell 1786-1867. My grandmother helped Edwin Russell compile information for his book.
Added by Betty Lytle-Flamm on Jun 19, 2016 5:16 AM
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