|Linda DeCock||RE: Robert Pulliam|
Thanks so much Barbara. I copied and pasted the one you sent me and I was able to get to the site. I have been to Elberton, Georgia once before and did see the memorial, but at that time I didn't know Robert Pulliam was my 4 times great-grandfather. It's so nice to finally be able to confirm the information.
Added by Linda DeCock on May 08, 2016 4:05 PM
|Linda DeCock||Robert Pulliam|
Hi, I'm the 4th granddaughter of Robert Pulliam. His daughter, Rebecca, married my 4th great-grandfather, Stephen White in 1808 in Elberton, Georgia. I've located your information through find-a-grave. I'm especially interested in his service in the revolutionary war. However your link connecting to the Revolutionary War Memorial page honor Robert Pulliam doesn't work. Could you possibly help me with this. I'll be visiting Washington, D.C. soon and want to go to the National Archives and research his service records. Thanks so much for your help.
Added by Linda DeCock on May 07, 2016 11:08 AM
|Rickey "Rick" Boult||TRANSFER|
Thank you for the transfer of Martha BOLT.
Very much appreciated,
Added by Rickey "Rick" Boult on Feb 04, 2016 12:20 PM
Could you transfer Harry T. Mann # 24965786. He is a family member. My # is 47085489. Thank you. NAH
Added by NAH on Mar 24, 2014 10:18 PM
Would you please transfer Louise Elizabeth Seymour Mann #24965787 to me. She is a family member and I am trying to connect her to our family. My # is NAH #47085489. Thank you for your help.
Added by NAH on Mar 24, 2014 8:56 PM
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Moore|
Thanks for additions, gail hannah
Added by Gail and Scott Hannah on May 19, 2013 8:19 PM
|Suzanne McClendon||RE: Kizzie Ida Frances Burden Gunter|
Thank you. I look forward to whatever you can share. This is one branch of my family that I have only recently started making progress.
I found a pedigree record on familysearch.org earlier that shows Andrew Jackson Gunter having a sister named Nancy. So, this gives us 3 siblings to work with:
Andrew, Mary Jane, and Nancy Gunter.
The death date for Andrew Jackson Gunter on that record, however, is incorrect. I have a copy of his death certificate, too, and he died in 1927.
Andrew Jackson "Andy" Gunter was married to Annie Black, my great-grandmother. My daddy called his grandmother "Big Mama". She was a major presence in my daddy's life due to the on again/off again relationship of my grandparents.
Andrew Jackson "Andy" Gunter (I refer to him as "Big Papa" since my daddy used "Big Mama" for Andy's wife) was buried at Cokesbury cemetery in Cokesbury, GA, which was in Hart County at the time of his death.
Maybe between the two of us, we'll be able to track down an old newspaper with Kizzie's obituary. The Anderson County Library has many of the old newspapers on microfilm/microfiche. I live in Texas now, so have no access to those records at this time. We'll find it whenever it is meant for us to. :)
I look forward to hearing from you again. Have a great night!
Your sis in Christ,
Added by Suzanne McClendon on Jan 17, 2012 7:30 PM
|Suzanne McClendon||Kizzie Ida Frances Burden Gunter|
I'm sorry if you get this twice. My browser glitched as I hit send, so I don't know where my message to you actually went.
Anyway, I am a great-great granddaughter of Kizzie Burden Gunter, through her son Andrew Jackson Gunter and his son Andrew James Gunter through his son (my daddy).
I was so happy to come across your memorial for Kizzie and to see a picture of her! Are there any pictures available of her husband John and his grave marker, too? I would love to see any pictures that you have of our family.
Thank you and have a great day, cousin. :)
Your sis in Christ,
Suzanne Gunter McClendon
Added by Suzanne McClendon on Jan 17, 2012 3:31 PM
Thanks for being part of the findagrave family and helping others...Sharon
Added by Sharon O on Dec 10, 2011 8:21 PM
|Ronald Neidigh||Amos Fleming Downey|
I am the 2nd great grandson of Amos Fleming Downey and Permillia Ann Summers. I am descended from their daughter Martha Jane Downey who married Samuel Wesley Neidigh II. They removed to Labette County, Kansas in 1892.
Do you have any other information on the Downey or Summers families?
Did Amos serve in the Civil War? I noticed a military inscription on his stone.
Do you know when he founded Downeyville.
I was at the Star Cemetery in 1976 and photographed the stone of Henry L. Neidigh, the brother of Samuel Wesley Neidigh II but never seen
any of the Downey graves. WOW!
Added by Ronald Neidigh on Mar 08, 2011 8:18 PM
|Georgia Girl||transfer ...|
Thanks for the transferring his memorial ... Cuz!
Added by Georgia Girl on Feb 08, 2011 7:18 PM
|Georgia Girl||Chastain & Bond ...|
Hey Barbara, That would be great the Bond family has a connection to the Hunts (my direct lineage). I'm des., from Elizabeth Chastain d/o Dr. Pierre Chastain and Anne Soblet; m. David LeSueur, all of Virginia (incl. Hunts). Thanks!!!
Added by Georgia Girl on Feb 08, 2011 4:57 PM
|Georgia Girl||Chastain ...|
Barbara - See you have a Chastain connection. I'm also descended from the Chastain family. It's possible we could be "cousins."
Added by Georgia Girl on Feb 08, 2011 3:45 PM
From Anderson, SC, take Hwy 81 south to Iva. In about 12 miles, turn right on Parker Bowie Rd. Go about 1 mile, turn left onto Cemetery Rd. Look to the right and you'll see the cemetery. About half the graves are weather-worn and unreadable. Hope you find the ones you're looking for.
Added by Generations on Jul 02, 2010 5:32 PM
|J C||RE: Armstrong|
I have no idea who they might be. I haven't been able to find many clues at all. Thank you for looking through your tree for her.
Added by J C on Jul 02, 2010 2:42 PM
I would love to know more about your Armstrong family. I have an ancestor named Nancy Armstrong, born in 1806 in South Carolina and died in 1870 in Pickens County. She married a Singleton. I was wondering if she could possibly connect you your Armstrongs since she lived near them.
Added by J C on Jul 02, 2010 9:06 AM
I added photos of the grave of Amos & Permilla Downey. While doing so, I notice that it is recorded that they both died in Adams County, Indiana. Did they die in Adams Township, Decatur County, Indiana?
Have a great day.
Added by jkb on Jun 20, 2009 10:36 PM
You are MOST welcomed. take care :)
Added by Joanna on Aug 07, 2008 7:17 AM
You are very welcome. It was our pleasure, if you veiw my friends Joanna is on there she was in it with me if you would like to give her a smile. Once again you are VERY welcome :)
Added by Elisha on Aug 05, 2008 8:12 AM
|Jennifer||re: Joe A Coker|
Added by Jennifer on Apr 09, 2008 11:42 AM
Oh, sure! Send it to me! I'll post it!
Added by Jennifer on Apr 08, 2008 4:40 PM
|Jennifer||Re: Joe A. Coker|
I don't really know anything about Joe. I was out at New Prospect filling a request for someone else, and I just took pictures of some of the headstones to put up. I could go check him out at the library when I get some time, though. Are you not from around here?
Added by Jennifer on Apr 07, 2008 5:33 PM
|Brenda Stillwell||FAG Photo|
Barbara, you are very welcome. I'm glad I could help. If there's anything else I can do, please don't hesitate to ask. God Bless.
In Christ Love,
Added by Brenda Stillwell on Mar 01, 2008 6:58 PM