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|The Collector (#47334277)|
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Researching the following families:|
Blakely - Blakeley - Blakemore - Bowden - Burchfiel - Burk(e) - Bush - Carothers - Coggin - Currie - Dillon - Floyd - Garland - Gouge- Hickman - Hills - Keen(e) - Newberry - Neville - Parker - Payne - Pearce - Pendergraft - Phillips - Self - Summerell - Thomas - Thornberry - Tomlin - Totman - Whitehead - Zink
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I do make mistakes and I would appreciate being informed so that they can be corrected. If you have additional information that you would like added to a memorials, send it and I will consider it.
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|Carugh||Amanda (Lynch) Payne|
Thank you so much for writing back and giving me the reference: "The Paynes of Virginia." The reference reads, in part: "... m. Mrs. Amanda (Lynch) Davis; ..." The Lynch name is in parentheses, so I am not sure what that means or where it came from. Amanda Davis was born in 1803 and married Hugh Payne in 1819, therefore she would have been only 16 years old and it's unlikely she was married previous. Brent and Amanda are found in the 1820 and 1840 through 1870 censuses, in Kentucky, that I found.
What is interesting is that "Greer Davis and John Davis, children of D.H. Davis, deceased," are her nephews and that D.H. Davis was in fact David Hamilton Davis, Amanda's brother. David Davis was their father. If you want I can send you probate info of David Davis which mentions Amanda as his heir and being married to Hugh Payne. The probate records are recorded in Cape Girardeau County, Missouri. If possible leave me a private message and I'll send you what I have. Thanks,
Added by Carugh on Mar 26, 2017 1:41 PM
|Wendee Seaton||Zink Family|
I'm working on the Englewood Cemetery database and website and have several questions on the Zink Family, Theodore Elmer Zink and George Ann Blakemore Zink. I show an infant and an E.F. Zink in lot 229, grave 1 and 3, possibly the same infant? And you have Bessie Bell Zink in Lot 229 but we don't have her in the database. The only headstone is one that says "Zink" in grave 1. And Georgie is at Oak Grove Cemetery instead of being buried with her children at Englewood? Our map shows grave 1-5 all being owned by T.E. Zink but no one in graves 2, 4 and 5. It appears that Georgie, Bessie and the infant all died on June 9, 1886 in Jackson County? Was there an accident? On Rootsweb I found a listing for "Daughter Zink" of Theodore and Georgie who married an Andrew Currie but the other two children I see were boys, William and Jess? Bessie's birth certificate says she was the fourth child. Maybe there was another sister? Any help you can give me on this would be greatly appreciated!
|paul gunther||Fenton Alexander Payne|
I changed the info and then decided to transfer to you since your relation. Any more transfers let me know.