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Linda Ellington (#47374845)
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I am the mother of two grown daughters and Gamma to four wonderful grandchildren. I live in NC. I have been doing genealogy for the past ten years or so.
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Janet Hickman
RE: Joe Echols
No problem. I love to share information when it comes to my favorite hobby.
Added by Janet Hickman on Sep 15, 2017 5:56 PM
Janet Hickman
RE: Joe Echols
Lucy Belle Echols Frady.
Added by Janet Hickman on Sep 15, 2017 5:08 PM
Janet Hickman
RE: Joe Echols
I was hoping that I would hear from you again when I told you that he was my great uncle. Any more questions?
Added by Janet Hickman on Sep 15, 2017 4:43 PM
Janet Hickman
RE: Joe Echols
He is my great uncle.
Added by Janet Hickman on Sep 15, 2017 9:29 AM
Janet Hickman
RE: Joe Echols
Could you give me more information on Joe? Like his birth and death date and where he lived? The Echols line is from my grandmother's line on my mother's side. thank you.
Added by Janet Hickman on Sep 15, 2017 6:25 AM
Judith Marshall Stell
RE: Cornelia Dickenson Blair
Linda, I did a little looking around for Martha Baskerville & John Dickenson. I found information at ancestry in a book on the Baskervilles that show Martha Minge Baskerville, b. 9/30/1800 Mecklenburg Co., VA, d. 11/25/1884 Palatka, FL. John Dickenson, b. 6/23/1791 Pittsylvania Co., VA, d. 8/17/1872 Orange Co., FL.

VA marriage record shows marriage 7/11/1828 Pittsylvania Co., VA

I found Martha M. Dickenson buried at West View Cemetery, Palatka, Putnam Co., FL (Find A Grave Memorial #102242922)

Unfortunately, I can't find a memorial there or in FL for John Dickenson (but I did a quick search). I've sent edits to Find A Grave for Martha's information.

- Judy Stell
Added by Judith Marshall Stell on Sep 02, 2017 10:26 AM
Judith Marshall Stell
RE: Cornelia Dickenson Blair
Linda - I'm so sorry it took me a while to get back to you. I do not have any information on John & Martha Baskerville Dickerson. I'd guess around the Danville, VA area, but one or the other, or both may have been with one of their children. - Judy
Added by Judith Marshall Stell on Sep 02, 2017 9:13 AM
William Rogers
RE: Rebecca Finley photo
Linda,

Sure, you may use the photo any way you wish. We all gain from the work of many contributors freely given.

Bill Rogers
Added by William Rogers on Aug 05, 2017 9:25 PM
JFJN
RE: William Zachariah Barber
Please feel free to download this photo from the Find A Grave memorial. If for some reason you cannot do this tell me & I will E-mail it to you.
Added by JFJN on Jul 04, 2017 1:44 PM
D Thomason
RE: Mildred Wells Southard
How very true! I have noted a number of tree errors on ancestry... only once did I have a response.

I use different sources as starting points.

With John William Davis, I am inclined to believe that his father and mother were not married. Thus, his grandmother cared for him. But I will need more research to support that conclusion. I may never really know.

I do not know what the average age for menopause was in the mid 1800's. I do not remember seeing any mother giving birth over the age of 50. For many in farming communities, life was hard.
Added by D Thomason on Jun 08, 2017 8:06 PM
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