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Bill Stotts (#46577683)
 member for 13 years, 1 month, 29 days
Candyce Hardin Williams Glaser
RE: Thomas & Mary Douthitt
My mother was a Douthit. These are relatives of hers. I have been researching the Douthit line for some time. I like to sponsor the Douthits that I can prove are in our family line.
Have a great day,

Added by Candyce Hardin Williams ... on Sep 15, 2013 4:17 PM

George Hsiao
RE: Willard Loyd Agan, Memorial # 13582361
Sorry Mr. Stotts, I couldn't delete it because I transferred it to you, and now I can't edit anything or delete it.

Added by George Hsiao on Sep 09, 2013 11:04 PM

RE: Eugene Abram-97073000
Good deal. thanks,

Added by jograndma on Jan 08, 2013 2:04 PM

RE: Stotts Family, Grandview Cemetery
Sorry it took me so long to connect them. Hope you have a GREAT Christmas.

Added by Patricia on Dec 25, 2012 11:11 AM

Fred Jorgensen
RE: John Clifford Stotts,16488416
Bill, thanks for the information. The memorials have been updated.

Added by Fred Jorgensen on Nov 09, 2012 2:54 PM

Charlie Anderson
RE: Henry Alberty
Hi Bill,
Yes, Christina is his first wife, with two children and his second wife (assumed Bethania Diary) had one child. His last wife, Elizabeth Raper said in court documents that they had 12 children together and that Henry had 2 wives before her with 3 children.

I am glad to have met you on here and look forward to communicating in the future.

Added by Charlie Anderson on Oct 02, 2012 12:02 AM

Charlie Anderson
RE: Henry Alberty
Yes, it is all over the place, but it makes for a long and interesting read.
For Frederick Albrecht (1712-1772):
He is documented immigrating to PA in 1732 with his wife, mother and siblings. His father came a month later. A 1741 New York town record has a birth record documenting him and his wife having a son named Frederick Alberty. The 1771 census still has him using Albrecht in Philadelphia County, PA.

For Frederick Alberty (1741-1831):
15 pages of original hand written government and court documents has his name as Frederick Alberty and Albarty. In a couple of the documents the person writing it switches back and forth between Alberty and Albarty and it is completely identifiable that they are writing an "e" and "a".
His North Carolina marriage record to Christina shows Fredrick Albarty, but their 2 kids are Alberty.
His marriage record to Elizabeth Raper (3rd wife) shows Frederick Alberty, but an Aug 1820 court document verifying 10 birth records of their children show Albarty.
A couple of his Revolutionary War pension documents say Frederick Albarty, but the court transcripts of him trying to get his pension says Frederick Alberty.
Elizabeth does not sign any of these documents, the person who signs her name, then says "her mark" and their is an X there (wondering if she did not know how to write her name).

Added by Charlie Anderson on Oct 01, 2012 12:25 AM

Charlie Anderson
RE: Henry Alberty
Thanks Bill. That is very interesting regarding the name with the "U". They did come from Germany, but with the name Albrecht. Henry's great-grandfather (Frederick Albrecht) immigrated to the US from Bayern, Germany prior to 1740 and his son (Frederick) was born in 1741 in Darham, NY, documented with their changed American name of Alberty. Here is what I have for Henry's lineage, down to me:
Hendrich Albrecht (1671 - 1732)

Frederick Albrecht (1712 - 1770)

Frederick Alberty (1741 - 1831)

Henry Alberty (1770 - 1860)

Henry Alberty (1815 - 1888)

Martha Frances Alberty (1851 - 1928)

William Francis Murrell (1873 - 1964)

Willie Ann Murrell (1905 - 1979)

William Freeman Anderson (1934 - 2002)

Charlie Dawn Anderson

Thank you again!

Added by Charlie Anderson on Sep 29, 2012 2:44 PM

Hope Morris
RE: Allen Stotts
Thanks Bill.Alo glad to find out that W.C. and Green C. were cousins. Should have figered it out on my own, dumb blond.

Added by Hope Morris on Sep 17, 2012 6:54 PM

Hope Morris
RE: Captain Green C. Stotts
Thanks Bill: I lived most of my life a mile from the Stotts Cemetery. Mom was Robert and Mary A. Owens Stotts dau. Their last child. There was something about that stone with the lamb on it always got my attention. I was a Hemphill and married a Morris. I am glad to find out your relatives. I thought a grandson of Cecil and Helen Stotts, was a Bill Stotts. Thanks for clearing that up. I have quite a bit of Stotts genealogy, Thanks again, Hope

Added by Hope Morris on Sep 15, 2012 2:36 PM

Hope Morris
RE: Captain Green C. Stotts
HiBill: Are you Keith & Helen Stotts son? I have a pic of Keith and Russell Stotts. Russell and Inez lived in Edinburg, Ind. They looked very much alike. Mom and Russell coresponded for awhile but didn't hear from him after 1995. So I assumed he passed away. The Stone at Cave Spring is a great tribute to the Civil War.
Another question did you know where Green C. built his house near Stotts City? Thanks Hope

Added by Hope Morris on Sep 14, 2012 4:30 PM

Charles H. Dawson
Thank- you so much for the transfer you are a very nice person Take care good luck with our family line. Linda

Added by Linda on Sep 02, 2012 5:51 PM

families are wonderful
Enjoy hope there is more to come finding family is not that easy but fun :)

Added by Linda on Aug 29, 2012 10:24 PM

Hope Morris
RE: William C. and Amanda Moore Stotts
My record show William Casey born 1782 married 25 Oct 1809 and married to Mary Polly Burns. His father was Soloman Stotts (1745-1790) and mother Ursula Vaughn Stotts Is this the right William C. Stotts? William C. Stotts b 28 Apr. 1828, m 1 Jan 1857, d Jun 8, 1982

Added by Hope Morris on Aug 28, 2012 1:21 PM

Hope Morris
RE: Henry T. Stotts, 87427583
Bill what is your connection to the William C. Stotts and Amanda Moore Stotts? Do you have a pic. of William C.? Thanks Hope

Added by Hope Morris on Aug 28, 2012 6:32 AM

Joan Viney
RE: Nellie Stotts Robertson, 15866025
Nellie has now been linked to her parents. Since your name is Stotts, I am presuming you are related to Nellie. If so, would you like me to transfer her memorial to you? You see, I am not related but simply photographed the gravestones in this cemetery so other researchers could have access to them. After photographing the stones, I did some research in order to include all the information possible about each person.

Added by Joan Viney on Aug 27, 2012 3:53 PM

RE: Stotts Cemetery-Iowa

I transferred Priscilla per your request and I want to apologize for there is no Lucinda. I made a mistake and when I put Lucinda I meant Priscilla. Thanks for your interest and help.


Added by Alice on Jul 19, 2012 4:50 PM

RE: Stotts Cemetery-Iowa
I am always willing to join families up if possible and I wish everyone that contributes to this site operated on the same principal but unfortunately some of them don't. The Gene Stotts I was referring to was born 13 Jan 1925 in Marion Co. to Raymond & Martha Moon Stotts and he died 22 July 1998 in Knoxville I believe and is buried at Graceland Cemetery in Knoxville, Marion Co., IA. Gene or Eugene, I seen Eugene only once and he was always known as Gene, was a nursing asst. at the V.A. in Knoxville and a WW II veteran himself. He was onery and a lot of fun. My husband and I miss some of the people we once worked with. As the saying goes, we miss the people not the job. Would you like Priscilla transferred also? I would be glad to if she is one of yours.


Added by Alice on Jul 17, 2012 2:08 PM

RE: Mary H. Stotts, 93570047
Thanks for the kind words Bill. You are right that cemetery is very hard to reach and I wouldn't have found it or been able to of accessed it without the wonderful help of the grandson of the people that now own the property. The cemetery can't be seen from the road and sits at the top of a hill. It is enclosed by a wire fence with two strands of barbed wire at the top and frankly because I am so short & old I thought I wouldn't be able to get over it but as I said I had some excellent help. I took pictures of all the stones I seen because I didn't think I'd ever try climbing the fence again. It was a very interesting & informative experience though. I have transferred Mary to you for I feel you are probaly related in some manner and I'm not. I just made the memorial to go with the picture. I think there is a Lucinda Stotts that also didn't have a memorial I made one for. If you want her let me know and I'll transfer her to you. By the way, did you know Gene Stotts who used to work for the V.A.? My husband and I both worked there for over 30 yrs. before we retired. Thanks again for the kind words.


Added by Alice on Jul 15, 2012 1:22 PM

Fred Jorgensen
RE: John Clifford Stotts, 16488416
Thanks for the info Bill. The memorial has been updated.

Added by Fred Jorgensen on May 09, 2012 12:32 AM

RE: Alden Cemetery
We have no more information on the Enright family. I was born and raised in Apache. So the first cemetery we covered was Fairview in Apache. Alden was close by so we canvased that one as well. We have been trying to cover the Indian cemeteries in Caddo and Comanche Counties now. Sorry we could not be of any help on the Enrights.

Tony and Ann

Added by Cokeman2 on Aug 07, 2011 3:03 PM

Rufus Easton Armstrong Memorial
Hi, Bill: A favor, please. Will you add the following family links to the memorial for Rufus Easton Armstrong (No. 47200877)?
Father: Thomas Armstrong (my 3G-Uncle), Memorial No. 31104354
Mother: Elenor (Collier) Armstrong, Memorial No. 31104375.
Thank you,
Anonymous, No. 46869406

Added by Anonymous on May 29, 2011 5:18 PM

Adolphus and Sarah are at the Mountain View Cemetery, Lordsburg, Hidalgo, New Mexico. If you have added information, let me know.

Added by Nancy on Feb 17, 2010 7:47 PM

Jay Follett
Sarah E Enright

I found the following information on Sarah...

Name: Sarah E. Enright
Death date: 27 Jul 1944
Death place: Lordsburg, Hidalgo, New Mexico
Gender: Female
Age in years: 43
Estimated birth year: 1901
Spouse's name: E.R. Enright
Father's name: James D. Newtose
Mother's name: Anna E. Awrey

Film number: 1913320
Reference number:
Collection: New Mexico Death Records, 1889 - 1945

Added by Jay Follett on Feb 17, 2010 5:45 PM

Rebecca Melin
Today I saw the stones for: Andrew & Martha Soloman at Cave Spring. I had been looking for another person that wondered if there were Soloman's there. I found several Soloman's if you want their names. This person was looking for "Franklin's" or any Soloman's.
I will go back and take photos of the two above.

Added by Rebecca Melin on Apr 15, 2009 8:10 PM


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