|E Hilbert||Catherine Darr Voyles|
I believe you have her linked to the wrong David and Mary Darr. There were at least two Darr families living in Indiana in the first half of the 1800s. Catherine's parents were from North Carolina and lived in Parke County. The other Darr family was from Virginia and lived in Kosciusko County. The Parke County Darrs had six daughters in the 1830 census, while the Kosciusko County Darrs had only one.
To my knowledge, the graves of the North Carolina Darrs have not yet been added to Find A Grave.
Added by E Hilbert on Apr 15, 2015 10:52 AM
|VIRGINIA TRIPP CHITWOOD||RE: Vernon Smith|
THE STORY I HAVE BEEN TOLD IS THAT MY GRANDMOTHER WAS KIDNAPPED (MAYBE BY VERNON SMITH) AND THAT SHE WAS TAKEN TO TENNESSEE BY THIS MAN AND WHEN SHE RETURNED TO MISSOURI SHE WAS PREGNANT. HER MOTHER PASSED WHEN SHE WAS VERY YOUNG AND SHE HAD A LOT OF BROTHERS AND SISTERS TO CARE FOR SO I GUESS LEAVING MISSOURI WAS KIND OF A VACATION FOR HER. IT IS SUCH A SMALL WORLD - I LATER FOUND OUT THAT MY MOTHER-IN-LAW'S AUNT MARRIED MY GREAT GRANDFATHER (GEORGE WASHINGTON JACKSON) IN LATER YEARS. OF COURSE, THERE IS NO ONE LEFT IN MY FAMILY OR MY HUSBAND'S FAMILY TO SHARE THIS WITH BUT I FOUND IT OF INTEREST.
Added by VIRGINIA TRIPP CHITWOOD on Feb 16, 2015 3:16 PM
|JET||RE: Nellie French Thompson|
Ok I understand. Please link James Amon to his parents William Henry Find A Grave#125194393 and Mary Elizabeth Find A Grave# 125194496 so I can have continuity. Thanks
Added by JET on Dec 17, 2014 6:20 PM
Check the above memorial this may be a double posting.
Added by DeLane Randolph on Oct 24, 2014 1:45 PM
|Elaine (Moody) Root||Mattie Martha Blackburn|
This is you person #25524312 and someone has done a duplicate entry #60687359. You need to ask them to remove it. Yours was first and much more detailed. However, theirs has her headstone.
Added by Elaine (Moody) Root on Oct 11, 2014 8:59 AM
|Ron & Marilyn Rittel||Merle Shutts|
Merle David Shutts was cremated and his ashes were scattered in his favorite places. Please add this to his memorial. Thank you so much. Marilyn Rittel
Added by Ron & Marilyn Rittel on Jul 07, 2014 8:53 PM
|william morrissey||Sion Signe Olsen|
Where did you find the name for Hester Voyles' mother?
Added by william morrissey on May 09, 2014 6:33 AM
|Kenneth D. Bogard||RE: Mary Izell Nichols|
Mary Izell Nichols
Mary Izell Nichols #24621083
Can you please add Voyles for her maiden name. Thank you.
Added by Juanita Arnold on Apr 09, 2011 9:16 PM
Added by Kenneth D. Bogard on Mar 30, 2014 10:23 AM
|Ronnie Burdette||Sarah Beulah Gentry Boyle|
This is my Aunt "Memorial# 19791613", would like to be able to add her to her parents,and her brothers & sisters, along with family history.
Added by Ronnie Burdette on Mar 21, 2014 6:56 PM
While looking for Rebecca Caulk, I found her son Joshua and his wife Sarah. Beside their stone were two other stones. One said, "Jessie J Caulk" and the other said, "R.E. Lacey". That's all the stones say. No dates or anything else. The stones were about a foot high. I don't know if they're related to Joshua or not, but I took pictures of them. If you would like them please e-mail me and I would love to forward them to you. I'll keep looking for Rebecca!
Added by Tonya Y on Mar 07, 2014 1:30 PM
|Nancy Lee Voyles||Levi Parker Voyles|
Juanita, we met at the Henderson, KY library several years ago. Lee Parker Voyles is my father. I have searched everywhere for the marriage date for the marriage date for him and my mother, Frances Ellen Wright Voyles. I would love to know where you found that info an have a copy of the documentation if you wouldn't mind sharing. You have done a great job adding to findagrave and I really appreciate all your hard work.
Added by Nancy Lee Voyles on Dec 01, 2013 7:26 AM
|Christina||RE: Willis Bolin|
Yes, I figured as much! LOL I had the 1880 information on Sebran Bolin and his family, just never found anymore on him. I found him on Find A Grave and will send what informaion I have for his memorial. Noted also the different spelling of Sebron. Thank you so much for all your help ~ Blessings ~ Christina
Added by Christina on Oct 20, 2013 3:06 PM
|Karl Voiles||RE: Alva Voiles|
Just saw this message (I don't check this site very often). I don't recall Sarah. The only ones I remember were Lucile Loop and Fannie. Karl
Added by Karl Voiles on Oct 13, 2013 10:20 AM
|Christina||RE: James and Willis Bolin|
Thank you, if the Bolin family ask questions, I will refer them to the Will. We have to keep an open mind when it comes to Genealogy. If you happen to run on to information as to who our James married first, please keep me in mind. Thank you again. Blessings ~ Christina
Added by Christina on Oct 09, 2013 9:30 PM
|Christina||James and Willis Bolin|
Juanita, I added a note on both memorials to the fact that it is unknown who James' 1st wife was and who Willis' mother was. Hopefully the correction will be of help to you. And someone will find the true Esther, who was James' wife and the mother of Willis. Thanks for all you have done to help get this staightened out. Blessings~ Christina.
Added by Christina on Oct 08, 2013 7:08 PM
|misti ree cartwright campbell||RE: Misti|
hi cousin! nice to meet u. can u please tell me more about this name change? i dont know a lot about my grandpas side of the family because he passed away before i was born. my grandma mildred brady cartwright told me a little bit about the cartwright side but not very much. i believe betty lura bantau (whos birthday is the same as mine) supposedly disowned my grandfather for marrying my grandmother because she wasnt well to do, or something of that nature. can u please tell me what u know of my family? thank u for ur time on this matter. im very interested to know these things.
Added by misti ree cartwright camp... on Sep 15, 2013 11:05 PM
|Linda Oelze S||Quisenberry, Frances|
First, thank you for your time in postings.
I would only ask if you are sure of the date of birth for Frances? I know old headstones are difficult to read in many instances. If she was born in 1800 it would make her born before her mother. I believe the correct date is 1860 and she passed within less than a month.
Thanks again for all the work you do on behalf of others.
Added by Linda Oelze S on Sep 15, 2013 9:24 PM
|KristinCTX||RE: Frances Cleo Wood Jones|
Yes that is correct, but she went by Cleo Wood. Her daughter, Virginia Frances Jones, is my mother. Anyhow, there are duplicate graves. The one I pointed you to has the actual picture of her grave. Can you connect the two memorials? Here is the information on Cleo's husband & children:
Virgil Jefferson Jones
1896 – 1970
Woodroe Maxey Jones
1926 – 1978
Charles Ray Jones
Erma Dell Jones
1935 – 1935
James Paul Jones
1938 – 1943
Virginia Frances Jones
I also have pictures of Louella Lowery and her husband D. H. Wood if you would like them. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I am als on ancestry.
Added by KristinCTX on May 14, 2013 11:41 PM
|James Richards||Wm A vs Wm H|
William Atwood Houston's father was Emmet Ernest Houston. I found on the 1900 census that his parents were William and Bettie Houston, which lends strength to William Atwood.
I also found a W.H. Houston buried in St. Patrick's Cemetery (born in 1838). Could be William H's (or A's) father.
I found William Harvey Houston marriage to Annie DeWitt in Hardin County in 1883.
Added by James Richards on May 13, 2013 4:42 PM
|James Richards||RE: Wm. Houston - A or H?|
His headstone says "H"; I just added the headstone photo to his Find A Grave memorial. I know headstones can be wrong (seen that a few times) and records can be wrong (seen that a few times, too).
Added by James Richards on May 12, 2013 4:33 PM
|Ruth Smith||Leonard Voil #84150975|
Could you change his last name to Voil instead of Voils? or is the tombstone not correct? That happens some times. I also added his wife Ruth Voil but can add the "s" if that is correct. Thanks. Ruth SMith
New Lorimier Cemetery Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Added by Ruth Smith on Apr 04, 2013 11:51 AM
|Karl Voiles||RE: Voiles|
I should also mention that the document I referenced states that "the Pebrokeshire family of Voyles are the direct descendants of Dafydd Foel (Moel) ap Owen who lived in 1320 at Trewern in the parish of Nevern in Wales." There is supposedly a crest for this family:
Blazon of Arms: Gules a mule passant argent.
Crest: Two demi dragons sans wings addorsed, the neck entwined, the dexter gules, the sinister argent.
For what any of that is worth.
Added by Karl Voiles on Feb 15, 2013 7:40 AM
|Karl Voiles||RE: Voiles|
I'm not sure they could have gotten it more wrong if they set out to do it. Looking at the Voiles line again reminded me of its Welsh origins. I have a document that was printed in a mall many years ago (a few decades, actually) that said the Voiles name was one that morphed from a Welsh name (Moels, as I recall, meaning "bald"), but I had always taken that information with a large grain of salt, since it was from one of those instant genealogy booths that one used to find everywhere. Your exhaustive research confirmed that information.
Added by Karl Voiles on Feb 14, 2013 3:46 PM
|Linda Davis||RE: Thelma Voyles|
It appears that in 2011 he made his own Voyles Cemetery and dropped six memorials in it. About four of memorials can be found in other cemeteries with memorials made 2007-2009. Multi duplicates in a wrong cemetery.
Added by Linda Davis on Feb 06, 2013 7:05 AM
That is the baby that I told you was born in 1944. It's # is 57873755 in Rocky Sink Cemetery. I was still in Fla. and remember my dad and mom going to see Jane at her mom's house. Shortly after it was born, they moved to Largo, Fla. Why they put Jr. on it's name I don't know.
Added by bjw36 on Jan 27, 2013 2:58 PM