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|C Bozeman (#46985035)|
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I am currently researching my family connections to these families: Bozeman, Poole, Bliss, Murray, Robbins, Jones, and Story. |
I welcome contacts from others researching these families. I am retired and this is my full time hobby-- along with traveling this great USA!
I am a volunteer in many cemeteries. Feel free to ask me for your relatives/friends, etc. I would be DELIGHTED to transfer any you need/WANT. NO explanation necessary! You may right click and copy ANY PHOTOS I have posted with my blessing! Glad to help! Have a Blessed day! JESUS SAVES!
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|Silas Douglas||RE: Alene T. Goff|
Thanks I will do that.
|Silas Douglas||Alene T. Goff|
Would you connect Alene T. Goff with her parents, John Greenbury Thomas #132735500 and Mary Elizabeth Taylor Thomas #183517137 who is buried in Pine Level Cemetery in Bacon County, GA which was cut out of Appling County, GA. This is Lola Alene Thomas and you can find her on the 1910 Appling County, GA census in her parents home, John and Mary Thomas. This is my wife's great aunt that I have just found. Thank you.
|GA_02||Ella Wilder Greeson|
I have looked for her headstone in Bethlehem United Methodist and I cannot find it. I found the headstone for her second husband Charles. There does not seem to be any spaces besides his grave where she might be. I will check Midway United Methodist next.
Added by GA_02 on Aug 22, 2017 5:26 PM
|Maridele Schmitt-Lenett Boggs||Lewis Washington Butler|
Thank you for the info you placed on "Find A Grave" regarding my paternal great grandfather, Lewis Washington Butler.
I have a lot of research info regarding this ancestor on my public Ancestry.com tree.
However, I have not been able to find any records of his death in Irwin Cty & his burial in Turner Cty, GA where I thought I might be able to find the names of his Father & Mother. This is my "brick wall."
I have records as a CSA in the 29th Infantry Regiment in Alabama. I noticed that you had posted that he was "wounded and died at home."
Would you have any other info about him? I do know from his gravestone that he was a member of the "Masons" and also "Woodman of the World. I have not been able to locate any of those records. I thought if he was a "Mason" that his father would be also and perhaps I could find out his identity in that way.
Thank you for what you have already posted and I hope to hear from you if you can give me any guidance.
Maridele Schmitt-Lenett Boggs
|vbjordan||John Thomas Marshall|
I am interested in his 2nd marriage, Catherine Elizabeth Fitzgerald Love Marshall. Do you have any information on her, such as a death certificate? Do you happen to have any pictures? Family Bible? This lady is a cousin to my husband in his Liptrot Line. Thank you very much for any help. my email address is email@example.com.
Added by vbjordan on Jul 12, 2017 2:57 PM
|Terry Ingram||RE: Doshie Story Ingram|
I am sorry to say I don't have a clue...there is a Jack Story that lived in Decatur County who was married in 1884 to a Georgia Hatcher that would make the age about right to be the father..but have absolutely no way to confirm yes or no. If you find out, please let ME no..thanks
|Nick Harper||RE: Inez Sorrels Bliss, Florida|
Inez has two living sons; James A. Bliss of Land o' Lakes, FL and Charles Alan Bliss of Lutz, FL. You might try looking them up in the white pages and maybe finding phone numbers for them. I wish you luck in your search.
|Leah Wilson Greeley||RE: Frances Eugenia Pitts|
Thanks Connie. You're really sweet.
By the way, I have Bozeman's on one of my family trees -- Here are some quotes from my records.
Hint: Martha Jane Norman was born between 1822-1823 in Pike (now Upson County) Georgia. She died in DeRoach, Arkansas. She married Thomas J. Bozeman on 18 December 1841 in Upson County, Georgia. He was born in 1818.
Hint: From the "Pitts/Norman Families", there is not a sister Ann of William Young Norman, born Jan 25, 1835. His siblings were David King Norman, Thomas Jackson Norman, Martha Jane Norman who married Thomas J. Bozeman, and Susan T. Norman who married Theodore G. Bozeman.
Hint: I was looking on the LDS site last night and found reference to Stephen J. Carter's wife as a complete name which I have never found before. This is Stephen b. 1823 whose wife's name in any reference I have found has been Serena or Serena G. This listed her as Cyrena Green Bozeman b 27 Sep 1827. The Carter and Bozeman families, in my records, go back to Samuel's sister Amy who married Etheldred Bozeman and there are others as well. I did not have the time to do any further searching but will attempt to do so tonight.
There's more. Contact me if you want more.
Leah W Greeley
|Sheila West Jarrett||Willis Robbins- Gillett Cemetery (Arkansas)|
I have completed all photos for the Gillett cemetery and did not find a Willis Robbins. I spoke with our local community "historian" (who is a member of the Arkansas County Historical Society and LONG-time member of the cemetery board). He does not remember or was able to find any evidence of a Willis Robbins in the Gillett Cemetery. There are two other cemeteries near here on Old Post Road the name of one escapes me at the moment, but one is Mt. Olive. I believe Mt. Olive is mostly African American graves. I'm not sure about the other. If you find that he may be buried in one of those cemeteries, I would be glad to go take a picture there.
|WildGeese15||RE: Myrtle, Grover, Dollie Robbins|
My pleasure. There was another stone for Daughter Janice L (b. 18 Sep 1952) and she is still living, I presume.
There are a lot of Bozemans from this area. I assume you know that, but if you don't, there might be some links. There was a Bozeman community as well. If you have Genealogy Bank, look up the name Bozeman under historical newspapers. If you don't have it, I can send you some articles I've downloaded in a separate email. Linda
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