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Carolina Anita Rucks-AlSaedi (#40492876)
 member for 13 years, 5 months, 5 days
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Janis
Van Moore
I have linked Van with his father. Since he is your family, I will transfer him to you if you want.

Added by Janis on Jul 23, 2014 8:36 AM

Judy Annis
Luther William Lasseter
I have found some duplicates in the Cook Cemeteries, and I am correcting them as discovered. The dup of your memorial has been deleted. I have not found a memorial for his wife Marian. Please posted it if you have that info. Most of her are buried at Fellowship Cem, Cook, GA; however, their memorials have been posted a a person listing unknown cem. I have requested her to select Fellowship Cem, rather than, Unknown Cem.

Thanks

Added by Judy Annis on May 30, 2014 12:10 PM

Rick Frederick
Josiah Rucks of Caswell County, NC
Josiah Rucks (1814- )

The 1850 US Census (Yanceyville, Caswell County, North Carolina) listed, in addition to Rucks family members, John S. Grasty (25/clergyman), Thos. J. Brown (45/Clerk of Superior Court), and Calvin Lea (15/student).

By the time of the 1860 US Census, Josiah Rucks and his wife Sallie were operating a hotel in Yanceyville and had twenty guests. Source: 1860 US Census (Yanceyville, Caswell County, North Carolina). This is thought to be what eventually became known as the Kerr Hotel on West Main Street in Yanceyville. See: Kerr Hotel.
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Adjacent to the hotel building is a smaller story-and-a-half structure owned by Josiah Rucks that later became the law office of Emerson Scarborough. See: Josiah Rucks House and Katharine Kerr Kendall Article

See Also: Historic District Walking Tour
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Note the following provided by the Caswell County Historical Association:

The brick Kerr Hotel is thought by Katherine Kerr Kendall (who grew up in the building) to have been built under the supervision of Josiah Rucks. Ibzan Rice is known to have obtained a tavern license in 1838 for operation from the building. Upon Rice's death in 1848, Rucks apparently took over the tavern and added to it. However, he was never able to pay for it, and in 1858 joined with the Rice heirs to convey the title to Dr. Bedford Brown, Jr. This son of the U.S. Senator Bedford Brown of Rose Hill (an historic home west of Yanceyville) practiced medicine in this building until he became a surgeon of the Confederacy, and later a prominent physician in Alexandria, Virginia. Apparently, the Rucks continued to operate the tavern until the family left Yanceyville during Reconstruction. A Confederate veteran, John Kerr, operated the hotel from around 1890 well into the 20th century. The house is on the National Register as the birthplace of Congressman John Kerr, and has entertained many distinguished guests.
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1850 United States Federal Census
Name: Josiah Rucks
Age: 34
Birth Year: abt 1816
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1850: Yanceyville, Caswell, North Carolina
Gender: Male
Family Number: 16
Household Members: Name Age
Josiah Rucks 34
Sallie A Rucks 33
Ann A Rucks 3
Virginia Rucks 2
William J Rucks 0
John S Grasty 25
Thos J Brown 45
Calvin Lea 15

1860 United States Federal Census
Name: Josiah Rucks
Age in 1860: 44
Birth Year: abt 1816
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1860: Yanceyville, Caswell, North Carolina
Gender: Male
Post Office: Yanceyville
Household Members: Name Age
Josiah Rucks 44
S A Rucks 42
A A Rucks 14
M V Rucks 12
J D Rucks 8
J H Owen 30
A S Dunton 35
T Hornbuckle 18
F Hornbuckle 22
Wesley Evans 17
R Mcqueen 35
J Mcqueen 25
J Mcqueen 1
C Sheredan 30
P Denny 50
Jno Morris 21
L H Woods 28
M Dickens 25
Hart Dickens 18
Richd Grubbs 50
J M Piles 21
H M Werren 25
Jno Long 55
F Hickey 25
Jesse Hood 25

Added by Rick Frederick on Jan 28, 2014 10:08 PM

e rich
Hudson family of Crawford Co. GA
Could you send me an email to talk about the Hudson family research. southernriches@bellsouth.net

Added by e rich on Oct 31, 2013 1:12 PM

Irish Indian
RE: Yvonne Johnson Dickman
I had a friend who was already going to the cemetery so I released the request to him. He is the one that fulfilled your request. Since I couldn't see the note on the original request I forget what your note said. One of us will be going out there again soon so could you remind me of what your note said concerning Yvonne and George?
Thanks,
Tim

Added by Irish Indian on Jun 30, 2013 12:21 AM

Irish Indian
Yvonne Johnson Dickman
Do you happen to have a middle name or date of birth or death for her?

Added by Irish Indian on Jun 25, 2013 1:26 PM

Vicki Jackson Likens
RE: HUDSON FAMILY
Thank you, so much! I am going to look at your tree right now. I'm pretty sure I have seen your name there, and I have probably gotten info from you in the hints. I have only been doing this for about a year, and I'm blown away at the amount of information available. As soon as I figure out how, I'll share my tree with you. Who knows? You may find something useful!

Added by Vicki Jackson Likens on Jun 17, 2013 1:56 PM

Vicki Jackson Likens
Society Hill
Carolina, it seems we are related. Many of my relatives on my father's side are buried at Society Hill in Crawford County, Ga. My grandparents were Thomas B. and Mary Railey Jackson. Sara Blissitt Howell was my aunt, Ford Richard and James Brannen Howell were her sons. Thomas W. Railey and his wives Mary S. and Minnie Hudson Railey were my great- grandparents. Minnie's father was John F. Hudson, his father Joseph Ephriam Hudson was my GGG grandfather. Nancy Ann Tucker Bryant was my GGGG grandmother. I would like permission to use the photographs you have associated with their memorials. There may be others. I will let you know if and when I make connections. Thank you so much for the work you have done.

Added by Vicki Jackson Likens on Jun 17, 2013 12:41 PM

Becky
RE: William Fannin BROWN
Thank you!

Added by Becky on Mar 13, 2013 9:45 PM

suzanne
RE: DNA
Carolina, I am not familiar with how the MTDNA (which I what I think a woman's DNA is called) compares to a direct line male descendant. We are ready to compare when you get your results. Benjamin Lee b. 1797 GA descendant.
Thanks for your response.
Suzanne

Added by suzanne on Feb 05, 2013 8:05 AM

Brenda Lasseter McCormick
RE: Jodie's Lasseter's children
Edward, Louise, Nina Mae, Opal, Elma, Louelle, Julius, Charles, Lola Grace, Wilmer J. (Joe). These are the rest of the children. My Daddy is Charles Lasseter, Jodie & Dovie are my grandparent's. Please update to reflect all of Jodie's children. Thanks, brenda Lasseter McCormick email bsue49@embarqmail.com

Added by Brenda Lasseter McCormick on Oct 29, 2012 2:08 PM

Brenda Lasseter McCormick
RE: Jodie's Lasseter's children
Edward, Louise, Nina Mae, Opal, Elma, Louelle, Julius, Charles, Lola Grace, Wilmer J. (Joe). These are the rest of the children. My Daddy is Charles Lasseter, Jodie & Dovie are my grandparent's. Please update to reflect all of Jodie's children. Thanks, brenda Lasseter McCormick email bsue49@embarqmail.com

Added by Brenda Lasseter McCormick on Oct 29, 2012 2:08 PM

Bob Brown
The Taltons
Thanks for transferring the Taltons - my cousins to me.
Best regards

Added by Bob Brown on Jul 16, 2012 12:11 PM

Ted Brooke
Ernest Lawrence Talton
Hi Carolina - Bob Brown, a cousin of Ernest L. Talton has brought to my attention my duplication of the memorial of Ernest L. Talton in Melwood cemetery in Stone Mountain. I'll delete my duplicate entry on him; can you add (in his "bio notes") the detail from his military marker - that his full name there is Ernest Lawrence Talton and his military service is shown as "BM2, U.S. Navy, World War II"; his nickname is "Sandy" per cousin Bob Brown, June 2012. I know this info (except the nickname) is in the picture of the military marker, but it's pretty small. I'll delete my entry. Thanks, Ted Brooke, Cumming, GA.

Added by Ted Brooke on Jul 05, 2012 9:15 AM

suzanne
John Lee Family
Do you know anyone who has DNA for the John Lee family?

Added by suzanne on May 13, 2012 9:29 PM

Jessica Hull
RE: Sinda Rilla Mann Partin
Thanks for the response! Can I make his page or just certain people? thanks and have a great day!

Added by Jessica Hull on Apr 18, 2012 9:15 AM

Jessica Hull
Sinda Rilla Mann Partin
Hi! I left you a message on ancestry.com. You seem to be the only link for me finding out about my great great grandmother and family. I am the granddaughter of Judson David Partin, son of James Stephen and Sinda Rilla Partin. I noticed that my grandpa is not listed as one of their children, but he is in the picture with there family. He is the little boys in the front row of the family photo. I have information and pics of hime and his dad and some info on his brother that passed away. I would love to get in contact with you if thats ok. I would also like to find out if you know anything about Sinda Rilla Taylor being Cherokee indian? I was told that my great great grandma was full blooded but I have no pics or any other information on her. THanks and have a wonderful day!

Added by Jessica Hull on Apr 10, 2012 6:37 PM

Raymond Mann
Daniel James Mann father
It has been quite a while since I've had contact with you. Shannon Mann says that DNA testing has proven our lineage to Daniel James Mann, but that William Mann Sr. does not match up as his biological father. I have heard for many years that William Mann, Sr. was his father (and his mother was William's first wife, 'Sary' or Sarah, possibly an indian woman)as you have reported. Do you have any solid evidence of that? I would like to know. Thanks
Raymond Mann

Added by Raymond Mann on Mar 08, 2012 9:42 PM

B Hendriks
Wilma Hendriks Rucks
I saw you left flowers at Wilma's memorial. Wilma was my great aunt. Her father William J Hendriks, was my great grandfather. She had a daughter named Vivian, and Vivian had a son and daughter (I won't write say their names as this is public. I was wondering if you know of them. I'd like to say hi to them.

John Hendriks, Jr (Bud)

Added by B Hendriks on Nov 01, 2011 8:46 PM

Louise Homan Keiser
Lakeview Cemetery, Blackstone
Hello Carolina,
I noticed your flower on my memorial for Anna Mae Sheffield Rucks White. I create memorials from photos taken in my wanderings and add them to finish each one with some small amount of research so as to connect families. If you wish, I will gladly transfer Anna & her first husband, Percy, to your care. Please let me if you would like to ammend Anna's bio.
Peace, Louise

Added by Louise Homan Keiser on Aug 22, 2011 4:11 AM

Suzanne Bailey-Monroe
RE: James and Mallice Rucks
Great! Thanks. I appreciate it.

Suzanne

Added by Suzanne Bailey-Monroe on Jul 17, 2011 7:13 PM

Suzanne Bailey-Monroe
James and Mallice Rucks
Hi there, I was wondering if you would not mind if I used the headstone photo of James Anderson and Mallice Rucks in my family tree on Ancestry? I will, of course, give you credit for it. Mallice Lybrand Rucks was a distant cousin to my husband.

Thanks
Suzanne Bailey Monroe

Added by Suzanne Bailey-Monroe on Jul 17, 2011 11:43 AM

Tim Leslie
Hi ,cousin!
Carolina, we would appear to be cousins, as we share Marshall Croley as a grandparent. Would you care to contact me at timothywleslie at gmail dot com?

I especially appreciate that you have solved a mystery for me - I had Marshall's wife as "Sarah Ann (Bone) Croley" while her tombstone reflects Sarah E. Croley - I couldn't reconcile "Ann" and "E." for Sarah.

Tim Leslie

Added by Tim Leslie on Jul 11, 2011 12:12 PM

Rebecca, Daddy's girl
re: Jeffrey Stokes
Thank you for visiting Jeff's memorial, and your kind words. He was a bright, gifted and talented young man.
Thanks again,
Rebecca B

Added by Rebecca, Daddy's girl on Jul 10, 2011 3:47 PM

Mandy Wadsworth
Bertha Long Rucks
Hello! I had never seen that picture of my great-grandparents, O M Rucks and Bertha Ling Rucks. Is there anyway you could e-mail me a copy of that picture?

Thanks so much! Mandy Wadsworth =)

Mandylyn2011@gmail.com

Added by Mandy Wadsworth on Jun 18, 2011 3:23 PM

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