|Jim Hutcheson (James Sterling H.) (#47005828)|
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I have had the benefit of receiving the research done by several generations of the greater Carrington/Hutcheson/Lyon/Venable families & am using that source, pictures & the internet to try to leave an electronic semblance of the persons who have gone before us before I too pass on.|
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|Rae Venable Calvert ||RE: Photo|
Some cousins and I "rediscovered" the Concord Methodist Cemetery several years ago and set out to try to restore it (with fencing, markers, etc).
There were no markers for my great-grandparents, Clement Reade Venable and wife, Virginia Alice McGehee Venable (or her 4 siblings and parents). So we secured markers and had them placed in the Albert Gallatin McGehee plot in the cemetery and secured a new marker for him, also since his marker was broken badly.
Rae Venable Calvert
|Loose Moose||Lillian May Blasdel Bernard|
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|Loose Moose||lillian Bernard|
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|Thomas Scott||RE: Charles Scott Carrington|
John Baytop Scott1761, brother of Charles Scott1763. who was married to Priscilla Read1774.
Here is by direct line... father to son:
Thomas Scott c1696/Anne Baytop c1701
Thomas Scott/1727 & Catherine Tomkies1733
John Baytop Scott 1761 & Patsy Thompson
Francis Tomkies Scott1801
Thomas Francis Scott1865
Benjamin Francis Scott1889
Benjamin Thomas Scott1919
Thanks again for all of your great research and time spent on all of our relatives.
|Thomas Scott||Our Families|
I forgot to mention....thank you Jim for all of the great work on building such great memorials. You have done an excellent job. It was very exciting to see all of the photos and read about each of the husbands, wives and their children.
I try to sponsor everyone in my line that I can....hate advertising.
|Thomas Scott||RE: Sponsorship|
Your so welcome Jim. I am working on my gggg Uncle Charles Scott and gggg Aunt Priscilla Read Scott's Children. The daughters married Carringtons, Venables and Watkins. They knew what they were doing. I am finding the daughters but having a hard time finding all of the sons.
Charles' brother, my gggg grandfather, John Baytop Scott is my direct line. I have pretty much found them.
|Jan ||RE: Christian Branaman|
Regarding Christian A. Branaman, I'm not quite sure to which parents he belongs. Too many Abrahams and Chistians to choose from! The one I am trying to find was first married 10 Jun 1891 to Isis/Icis Effaline Browning, they had a son named Glen/Glenn W. Branaman. Then Christian married Annie Applewhite and they had a daughter, Lois Hannah Branaman whom married Cecil Litzler in 1921 at Jackson County. I can't find what happened to CA and his first wife Isis, his 2nd wife, Annie Applewhite Branaham went on to marry and on her license, states her husband died Aug. 13 1933. Actually, this is not my line but the Branamans weave through my lines numerous times and it's just a puzzle.
Added by Jan on Jan 17, 2017 6:18 PM
|Jan ||Christian Branaman|
Never mind -- Wrong CA Branaman. The right one is s/o Abe and Adline (Crane) Branaman.
Added by Jan on Jan 16, 2017 10:33 PM
|Jan ||Christian Branaman|
Was this a second marriage of this CA Branaman?
Name: Christian A Branaman
Event Type: Marriage Registration
Event Date: 23 May 1897
Event Place: Jackson, Indiana, United States
Marriage License Date: 22 May 1897
Marriage Place: Jackson, Indiana
Spouse's Name: Annie Applewhite
Citing this Record:
"Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007," database with images, FamilySearch
Added by Jan on Jan 16, 2017 10:02 PM
|Darrell Landrum||Virginia Cunningham|
Hi Jim, Mrs Cunningham is listed as the first person buried in that plot in the burial records. I am sorry to say that her grave is unmarked though. I did search the area in person.
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