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|Cyndi Nash (#46937362)|
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I am researching my family surnames of Nash, Winslett, Horn, McElroy, Milam, Butler, Ozley, Sheppard, Bird, Talton, Carson......|
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|J Leslie||Joseph Oglesby correction|
Thank you for all the obvious work you have put into this site and for helping those of us who cannot get to Alabama frequently enough.
I'm researching the Oglesby family.
Specifically, (Mem # 29951492) for Joseph Oglesby.
The comment says
"Although the marker shows Joseph birth date as 1803, I have it as about 1820 and his father, John Oglesby's birthdate as 1803."
I believe this is incorrect.
My family research shows a Joseph Oglesby was born in 1803, but he was the son of Sabert Oglesby (1751-1831). He married Henriette Ellard (1822-?)
The John Oglesby (# 69264948) currently listed as Joseph's father... was actually his brother, born in the same year.
So, Sabert Oglesby had two sons born in 1803... John and Joseph. John went on to have 14 children, including Joseph David Oglesby (b:1820) which is where the comment's author is getting confused. They assume the two Joseph Oglesby's are the same, when they are actually Nephew and Uncle.
Added by J Leslie on Oct 26, 2016 4:19 PM
|Nadine Dickinson||P. H. Hardeman|
Cindi would you please delete P.H. from Walker's Chapel Cemetery, Dekalb, AL There is no grave there. P.H. is buried in Grodon Co., GA. He died there and Susan Jane, after his death moved to Dekalb, AL to live with my Grandparent's. William David Hardeman, whom she is buried beside. This information will be greatly appreciated. It is very miss informative to someone who doesn't know the fact. My Granddady went by horse and wagon to Calhoun, GA and brought his Mother with only what she could bring in the wagon before 1940.
Cyndi I have a lot of Winslett information. I will be glad to connect as much as I can over time. There is a lot and a big family. Most of mine is on Jonathon and Matilda and their families.
|Nadine Dickinson||Susan Jane Winslett Hardeman|
Cindi would you olease transfer Susan Jane Grave # 34484706 to my account. She is my Great Grand Mother , I have Additional information to add to her Memorial. Thank you
|Nadine Dickinson||Walker's Chapel|
Cindi, my Great Grand Father is Ponie not Donie Hardeman, He is buried at Damacus Cemetery, Gordon Co., GA. If we could put something on Susan Jane's memorial where he is buried. Thank you Nadine Dickinson
|Mark & Liz Clayton||RE: Lawrence A. Henderson|
I just recently put this together again... I do not remember if we corresponded but as you can see from my edits I have confirmed that this is correct. My dad finally remembered where Louise and Mark where buried in Tuscaloosa and I have put in requests to link. Hope this finds you well! Do you know where Louise's parents are buried? ~ Liz
Cyndi, would you please transfer these 2 memorials to my name? I would appreciagte it. Woodrow was my great uncle, and Sallie was his wife. The memorial #'s are: 32609091 & 32609107. My Find A Grave # is: 47495709. Thanks in advance. Shirley Butler
|Yellow Rose of Texas - Judy in California||Margaret Austell Oglesby #29951484|
Just a point of correction on her name.
Austell is her middle name, her family name was Stacy. Her headstone lists her first name, Margaret, her middle name Austelle and her married name Oglesby. She and Samuel were married in 1870 in Bibb Co, Alabama.
She is the daughter of Robert Stacy Jr, and Eadith Lee and the granddaughter of Robert Lee and his wife Sarah/Sally Austell. That is where Margaret got her middle name.
Judy Stacy Bradshaw
|Dennis Simpson||Nash Family|
Hi Cindi, I am wondering if your Nash's buried in Shelby County, Alabama are related to my Nash family residing in Saint Clair County, Alabama. I descend from Nelson (1789-c1880) and Nancy (1792-1870) Nash's son, Isaac Nash (1834-c1879). The family migrated first to Selma, Alabama in about 1830 from Anson County, North Carolina. From Selma, they moved to Ragland, St. Clair County, Alabama. Isaac's had several siblings, all born in North Carolina. He married Malinda Evans in 1861, enlisted in the Confederate Army, and died at very young age, indicating he may of caught something during the war. They were the parents of four sons and four daughters. After Isaac died, Malinda and her children moved to Madison County, Alabama, where her parents relocated from Talladega County, shortly after the war. If there is a connection would love to hear from you. I noticed you have Abner Nash, which gives us a clue that his family also came from North Carolina and Virginia.
|Mary Francine Steed Jarrell Oldham||RE: Hattie Ozley|
You're welcome. I spent Thanksgiving Day among the tombstones in four cemteries and loved every minute of it.
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