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|Lucinda Baker Phillips||memorial transfer|
Hugh Rigsby was my maternal great grandfather. Would you please transfer his memorial to me? Thank you
|Bloodhound||C L Otts parental links|
You're more than welcome for the info. I'm connecting all the family members from my Smith line. I had my info posted since 2002 on gencircles and it disappeared but I'm thinking this will reach more people in the long run.
|BF||Susan Overstreet Russell|
Hi - I've been trying to 'track down' Susan Overstreet Russell's 1st husband - Mr. Dickens. Some oral records indicate his name was Isaac Newton Dickens, but I'm inclined to think it was Jesse Newton Dickens. Below is one of the transcribed marriage records on Familysearch.org
Name Jessy Newton Dickens
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 05 Aug 1869
Event Place Smith, Tennessee,
Spouse's Name Susan E Overstreet
Spouse's Gender Female
On the 1870 Smith Co Census with Susan, he is J.N. Dickens - age 21.
I think this might be Jesse Newton Dickens - below***.
1850 Jackson Co TN Census
Bopy Dickens M 27 Tennessee (this is Bryant Dickens)
Delaney Dickens F 26 Tennessee #20718245
Lewis Dickens M 6 Tennessee #71010700
Tiny Dickens F Tennessee #178906172
>>Jesse Dickens M 2 Tennessee ***
Rebecca Dickens F 75 North Carolina
Another detail that makes me think this is 'the' Jesse that married Susan Overstreet is their son, Rev James Bransford Dickens - #71010155.
The Jesse in the 1850 census is a brother of Lewis Bransford Dickens - #71010700. Susan and Jesse named their son after Jesse's older brother. ??? Lewis was also a minister per his death record. Both are buried in the same Dickens cemetery.
What do you think?
Added by BF on Apr 30, 2017 4:40 PM
|CousinOnceRemoved||Bonnie & Marvin Harris @ Ridgewood|
Thank you for clearing up that cemetery mixup so quickly!
|Sue Dotson||Wrenn and Willhouse Memorials|
Thank you very much for transferring the memorials. Much appreciated! Also thank you for creating them in the first place. Sue
|David Laughlin||RE: TRANSFER OF MEMORIAL #45106804|
Thank you so much on working with Find-A-Grave, to get the memorial for my wife's great aunt, Evelyn Brock Wilkins, transferred to me.
|David Laughlin||TRANSFER OF MEMORIAL #45106804|
Could you please transfer memorial #45106804 for my wife's grandmother's sister, Evelyn Brock Wilkins, to me (member #47881454).
|A leaf on the Jenkins/Payne tree||Henry Stites Brown (1883 - 1953)|
A quick note of thanks for your recent edits on Henry #64458631 - and all of your work. Much appreciated!
I was wondering if you know anything about what happened to Marshall's wife, Lassie Pharris Gillahan.
She was my great-aunt and I lose track of her after the 1930 census. According to Marshall's death certificate, he was widowed when he died, but there is nothing to indicate what might have happened to Lassie. Do you have any information about her and if she died, or they divorced?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Added by DJ on Feb 21, 2017 7:17 AM
|Annette Stone-Kerr||transer of Roger Howard|
thank you so much for the transfer of Rogers memorial.
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