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Born/reared Abilene. Army, one tour in Vietnam. |
Began researching my families 1970 with an interest and a few questons a few years earlier.
My lines Stevens, Oglesby in Miss., La., Tex. Robinson, Dyer, Brigance in Tenn., La., Tex.
Worthington, Caster in Ill., Tex.
Slaughter and Monroe in S.C., Ala., La., Ark., Tex., Cal.
Reynolds, Goodman in N.C., Miss., Tex.
Derden, Abercrombie in N.C., Ala., La., Tex.
Morris, Sharp, Clayton, Anderson, Mathis, Mayfield in Tenn., Tex.
I have my dna with www.familytreedna.com for Ydna, Mtdna and autosomnal. Recently added my autosomal dna to ancestry and 23andMe.
I am building a "Stevens Family Tree" on Ancestry, which includes all of my lines.
Of my entries of memorials, any relative closer related than me, ask and it will be yours.
I don't understand why someone not related to a person they enter for a memorial would not transfer them to a relative.
With memorials in my name, I've had many distant cousins contact me.
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|Vickie Groneman||RE: Harwell|
ok i will get the picture anyway, so that way it can get to whoever needs to load it so that findagrave will have it on his page.
|Roger Adams||RE: Calk|
No, my mom and dad were very good friends of Maxine and Louie I assume they met in the air force
|Gene Ford||RE: Leslie Hillebrandt|
Sorry. I selected the wrong L. Hillebrandt
|Lynda Chalk Barefield||Name Correction Zack Lamar Stepp|
Although the gravestone clearly says "Zack Lamar Stepp", I believe his name was Jack. Reason? 1930 and 1940 census records clearly state his name was Jack, but more persuasive to me is that on his WWI Draft Registration, in his own handwriting, is his name written as "Jack Stepp". Only one census record, 1900 census in Johnson Co., TX, under his parents Ben F. Stepp and Ollie, he is listed as "Zac". His Texas Death Certificates (1903 - 1982) on Ancestry also lists his name as "Jack Stepp" and parents as B. F. Stepp and Ollie J. Wade. He died at age 83 on 27 Dec 1980.
|Concordia Ranger||RE: Worthington|
You are very welcome. I am quite familiar with that section of the cemetery. I have several documented "reference gravesites" within 2 or 3 graves of the Worthington burials. I'll check to see whether any of them have markers.
|Julie (Longfield) Davis||RE: Dowd|
Well, not really a descended. My Aunt Helen, Lemuel's granddaughter, married my father's brother, Arlin. I never met any of Aunt Helen's relatives. In fact I can only recall meeting Aunt Helen once or twice. I am however in contact with Helen's daughter, and receive much of the Dowd family history from her.
It is always wonderful to here from family, no matter how distant they may be. If Dowd history is what you seek, I would be more than happy to find out what I can.
Thank you for dropping me a note.
Julie (Longfield) Davis
|Amanda Gilbert||39645045-Ellie Fay Abercrombie|
Ellie Fay Abercrombie's mother was Ellie Puckett, 3rd and last wife of John Thomas Abercrombie.
John Thomas Abercrombie was my great-grandfather - my grandmother was Martha Ethel Abercrombie Cook.
Amanda Cook Gilbert
|Amanda Gilbert||RE: Abercrombie|
By the way, you will really appreciate this - John Thomas Abercrombie's second wife, Maud Rice, was his second cousin.
Here is the connection. His mother's (Mary Lucinda "Lou" Perry) parents were John Perry and Mary Stanley, who married in Bibb County, Alabama on 16 Jul 1835. Sarah's Parents were Samuel Stanley and Elizabeth "Betsy" Perkins (m. 23 Dec. 1815 in Jackson County, Georgia). Mary's sister, Sarah Ann Stanley married Nelson Henry Rice on 16 Sep 1841 in Bibb County, Alabama. - Maude was the granddaughter of Sarah Stanley Rice.
I discovered this because I had a picture of my Uncle Sam and Uncle Marvin together and looked almost like twins, for sure brothers, so I started researching the family and found that Maud married her second cousin, and Sam married his third cousin, Margaret "Maggie" Abercrombie.
(A genealogy story)
|Don Dixon||RE: Spurrier|
See if any of this fits.
1930 Census shows WG Spurrier age 12 living with parents J.G. and Annie Spurrier in Breckenridge, Stephens County, TX.
1940 Census shows Willie G. Spurrier age 22 living with Erta Reed (Esta Reed) and family. Willie is shown as son-in-law with wife Loraine. His residence in 1935 is shown as Breckenrige, TX
In both census birth is shown in Arizona.
Although Ancestry.com shows linkage with the above WG Spurrier with other public records such as Texas Death Index and SSDI the information shown is too short to make a judgement.
The above Willie G. would have married Loraine between 1935-1940 and probably they were divorced shortly.
Will not make the connection in my records with "your" Willie Geater Spurrier pending your evaluation with the above.
|Jerry Wayne Garrett||RE: Garrett|
First, I'm sorry for taking so long. Not only have I been busy, but this web site leaves me frustrated every time I try to use it.
So, Mable's (second) husband was Kenneth Garrett.
They lived in Eastland and had three boys. I can't remember the first now, but can find if you are interested. He was from Mable's first mariage. The second was Glenn, and last Lyndell. Glenn and Lyndell are living.
Kenneth's father was Harmon Garrett, and grandfather WV Garrett.
Harmon and wife Ella had seven children. I can get you the names if you want.
Agan, sorry for taking so long.
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