|K Lemons (#46923092)|
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I have been researching my various trees for about 20 years. Primary surnames are Lemons, Maxey, Furman and Eddy.|
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|Michael K. Smith||William Maxey Jr.|
On William's page (Memorial# 49654701), you have Mary Williams Maxey (Memorial# 75101037) linked as a daughter. This is unlikely, since she was born in 1802 and William was born in 1791. William married Elizabeth Gee in 1813 and their eldest child was Nimrod Maxey, born 1815.
I haven't tracked down Mary's family yet, but "Williams" was a popular middle name among the descendants of William Maxey Sr. & Nancy Williams.
Michael K. Smith
|Teri Wheeler||Elva B Holloway & Bernice Hollaway Harris|
Hi K Lemons,
I thought you would want to know that the memorial you are maintaining, Memorial# 77368427 for Elva B Holloway, is very similar to Memorial# 36366985 for Bernice Hollaway Harris. Both were born in Texas on the same date. Either they were twins or it was possibly an error by the person who created the memorial.
|Linda Lemming Couchman||RE: Gerhard Runo Lemming|
Gerhard Runo Lemming (also commonly known as Rudy) was the son of Carl Gerhard Lemming; his son is Runo J. Lemming of CA. My father was Carl Oscar Lemming, oldest child of Carl Gerhard Lemming. I don't know if any of the Lemming men have had DNA testing done. I haven't heard of any alternate spelling of the Lemming name. The family originated in Denmark and eventually migrated to Sweden and all of them that I'm aware of immigrated to America or still live in Sweden. Good luck on finding your possible Scandinavian roots!
|Rick Lawrence||REF George Lemons|
Just a quick note. I never rec'd a response from you after I answered your question as to where I got the info on the Lemons family connection I have. I want to make sure you got it and see if I helped any.
Rick Lawrence, MSgt., USMC/USAFR (RET)
|imagal49||Hattie Hawkins Birth Date|
My information came from a local history tome; I have no clue if it's correct or not.
Added by imagal49 on Oct 11, 2015 1:56 PM
|Terri Johnson||Ann Holmes|
Thank you for the correction. I unlinked Ann and George.
|Darlene Burke||Lemons family|
I was wondering if you have any information on Cora Lemons? Cora was my maternal grandmother's Mother. They lived around Potts Camp, Ms. Cora was married to Walter Harrell who was my great grandfather. They eventually divorced and Cora remarried but I don't know to whom. I have been at a lose to find any info on the Lemons and Harrell parts of my ancestors
|5chandlers||RE: Leming/Liming Family|
I am not related but I will be visiting your site as the Lemings are inter-married with my wife's Gatch family. We do have a tree on Ancestry, our name is 5chandlers on there, same as here. You will find many Lemings in our tree, if you notice any errors or omissions, please point them out.
|Dixie Lambert||RE: Joshua Robert Lambert Family|
I am directly related to Sarah and Mordica Lambert through Joshua. I have a lot of information on the Lamberts. I only have a date of death for Sarah but learned she had been badly burned in a house fire in Iroquois, Iroquois County, Illinois a few days before she died. I've never been able to find a newspaper article about the fire but received the information from one of the descendants of Alice Lambert Patterson. I have two undated photos of Sarah. I'll dig out the files and get back with you about this.
|Summer Elizabeth Ball||Delilah Ann Lemons McCall|
I am assuming that your are related to Delilah Ann Lemons McCall (1856 - 1919). She was married to my 2nd great grand uncle, Thomas Lafayette McCall. His brother, John Fletcher McCall is my 2nd great grandfather. John Fletcher McCall's daughter, Florence Elizabeth Hays is my maternal great grandmother. How are we related? Please check out my profile.
Summer Elizabeth Ball
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