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Zadeea Jean Graham Harris (#46854115)
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Jan Gorman
RE: Children of Moses McIlvain, Jr.
So, I am still working through the descendants of Moses, Sr. and working out the conflicts. I enter information with sources into WikiTree and try to get at least two sources for each profile.

I have not found a Find A Grave memorial for either Moses, Sr. or Agnes (Miller) McIlvain, nor any McIlvains in the Octorora Presbyterian Church cemetery, but here is what I have so far for his mother, and his siblings:

Agnes Miller is the daughter of James Miller.

Agnes married Moses McIlvain, son of Robert McIlvain and Isabel (Swann) McIlvain. Their first home was in Chester County, Pennsylvania, Esst Nantmeal Township, called "Manor of Sprinton."

In 1761, the year in which Moses died, he held a warrant from Thomas and Richard Penn for the lands on which they built their home. After his death, Agnes sold the land, so that her sons Moses, Samuel and John could resettle in Calf Pasture Valley, in Augusta County, Virginia, which they did in 1763.

Agnes died in 1764, and is presumably buried in the cemetery at Octorora Presbyterian Church, with her husband and his parents.

Children of Agnes and Moses are:

*Moses McIlvain, Jr. born 1741, married Margaret Hodge

*Robert McIlvain, born 1743

*Isabel McIlvain, born 1745, married James Barclay

*James McIlvain, born 1747

*Jean (Jane?) McIlvain, born 1749, married Paul Trimmer

*Violet McIlvain born 1751, married Samuel Tennis

*Samuel McIlvain, born 1753, married Elizabeth Purdy

*John McIlvain, died 1813, in Kentucky married July 28, 1789, in Augusta County, Virginia to Elizabeth Hodge

Added by Jan Gorman on Apr 18, 2016 12:05 PM

doublej
RE: Thank You
It was a pleasure. A beautiful day looking in the cemetery.

Added by doublej on Mar 21, 2016 10:55 PM

usmc7276
transfer
Zadeea,
Thank you very much for the transfer. At this time I do not see any other family members within your control. However, I hope to keep your address & knowledge as a reference in the future. Thank you for your activity in this program helping others.

Added by usmc7276 on Nov 09, 2015 4:40 PM

Matthew Rod Allen Stillion
John E. Stillion, Sabilla E. Stillion
I am a great great grandson on this couple and any information you have on them would be appreciated.

thank you,

Matt Stillion

Added by Matthew Rod Allen Stillio... on Jun 28, 2015 3:31 PM

Angela Cable
RE: James Graham 920
City cemetery listing. Which is probably wrong, large chunks of it are. They have this child and another Graham buried next to each other. One having died in 1990 (this is wrong and is actually 1890 and is one that you manage) and the other in 1920. Both were listed as James and I see that sometime in the past year or two they've changed them both to JAE. They also have both of them listed as being 41 at the time of death. There's nothing to be looked up for the James that died in 1890, if there were newspapers in existence for that time, I'd have all ready pulled an obit. The baby though, should have a death cert at Wyo Archives. Do you want to contact them for it? I'm sure they're getting tired of hearing from just me. There's a form to fill out here: http://wyoarchives.state.wy.us/Contact/Contact.aspx?ID=wyarchive
Be specific and give them as much as you have. I like to give a reason for it as well (conflicting names, looking for maiden, etc.) so that they don't feel that they're looking things up to satisfy idle curiosity. They normally email it back the same day or the next. No charge for it.
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Angela M. Cable

Added by Angela Cable on Apr 15, 2015 9:20 PM

Brian J. Ensley
RE: Thank you
You're very welcome- glad I could help!

Added by Brian J. Ensley on Mar 24, 2015 5:24 PM

Pat Shaw
Sarah Jane Spoon Tackitt
Zadeea I sent you updates a long time ago would you please check you edit tab her name is spelled TACKETT like her husbands and his parents. Thanks

Sarah Jane Spoon Tackitt
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Birth: 1841
Missouri, USA
Death: Jun. 15, 1909
Missouri, USA

Married William Lewis Tackitt on 02-June-1859 in Maries County, Missouri.
Children:
Rebecca Ann, born 20-May-1860
John Peter, born 20-Dec-1861
Sarah Elizabeth, born 19-Feb-1866
Phillip Jackson (7287215)
Sherman Lewis (28331763)

Family links:
Spouse:
William Lewis Tackitt (1836 - 1917)*

Children:
William M Tackett (1865 - 1912)*
Phillip Jackson Tackitt (1867 - 1941)*
Sherman Lewis Tackitt (1871 - 1936)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Baptist Hill Cemetery
Elijah
Ozark County
Missouri, USA

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Created by: Zadeea Jean Graham Harri...
Record added: Sep 26, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 423805

Added by Pat Shaw on Feb 21, 2015 12:00 PM

Christine Keene Shallcross
RE: Thank You!
I did find Mary wife of J. W. McIlvain
and Anna Wright McIlvain....There is a stone there that just says R. Mc I.....Hope it helps.....

Added by Christine Keene Shallcros... on Oct 16, 2014 9:16 AM

Gerald Steffy
Jacob Lawson & Sarah Rice
My Reference Number is 47111710 Thanks for your consideration.

Added by Gerald Steffy on Aug 25, 2014 11:40 PM

Gerald Steffy
Jacob Lawson & Sarah Rice
Since Lucinda Lawson and Thomas Routt Mauzy are my 3 Great Grandparents, would you transfer her parents, Jacob Lawson (15660649) and Sara Rice Lawson (15650658) to me (Gerald Steffy

Added by Gerald Steffy on Aug 25, 2014 11:31 PM

tricia potter
Harris
You are quite welcome and it was a great joy to give back family to family if you will understand what I mean. Our family is the most important asset we have or will ever have outside of God's love.

Best always,

Tricia

Added by tricia potter on Feb 28, 2014 9:24 AM

Cemetery Walker
Betty Stoll
Are you related to Betty? I can transfer ownership of her memorial if you are. I am no relation.

Added by Cemetery Walker on Dec 13, 2013 11:10 AM

Mary (Phelps) Harris
RE: Thank you
Your quite welcome. I live right around the corner from this cemetery, I took a lot more pics of hastings, if there are any others you need, please do not hesitate to let me know.

Mary Anne Harris

Added by Mary (Phelps) Harris on Oct 14, 2013 1:50 PM

TJohnson
Daniel Gosar
The picture has been posted. Let me know if I can help in any other way!
Theresa

Added by TJohnson on May 31, 2013 3:37 PM

TJohnson
Daniel Mckay Gosar
I will be glad to take the picture for you. I just got back from vacation so it might be a couple of days before I make it over there. Please let me know if you have someone else that is interested in going.
Theresa

Added by TJohnson on May 29, 2013 9:50 AM

Chesnut/Behunin Descendant
RE: Thank you!
YOu are sooo WELCOME. I am glad I could help.

HAVE FUN
M

Added by Chesnut/Behunin Descendan... on Mar 06, 2013 7:32 PM

Doris Jaques Bair
RE: Thank you
Sorry I am doing the whole cemetery and that is what I found. But what a beautiful picture of her!

Doris

Added by Doris Jaques Bair on Oct 28, 2012 10:01 PM

Bonnie Aten Ketchum
RE: Robert Hereford
Hi,
My family descends from Robert's younger brother, Brooke G. Hereford, so we are indeed cousins. It's been a while since I've had that picture--I can't tell you exactly where I found it. I've done a lot of googling of Robert L. Hereford, because he is just so fascinating. I have an idea that it came from a book originally. I've seen others online, in various places such as Ancestry.com that have the same picture.
I do recognize your name--are you in the facebook page of Robert Lewis Hereford descendents that Kenny Smith maintains? If not, I suggest you join.
Sorry I couldn't be more helpful on this.

Jennifer Smith

Added by Bonnie Aten Ketchum on Oct 24, 2012 11:00 PM

Thomas Wilson
RE: Thank you
You are most welcome.

Added by Thomas Wilson on Oct 21, 2012 8:36 AM

Lisa Young
RE: Request for Virginia Lewis Hereford Hereford
My dad was of the last generation to live in the old house. I believe that a good bit if not most of the old documents/heritage have been passed down to him. The farm was sold by my grandfather to a power company in the mid 1950s. All the structures are gone. All that is left are random piles of scrap metal and stone/brick and the remnants of the cemetery. My brother and I are meeting our dad there this Sunday afternoon to pick dad's brain about where the house, etc were located and to show him what progress we've made at the cemetery. We would love to find the areas where the house and church stood.

Added by Lisa Young on Oct 16, 2012 6:11 PM

Lisa Young
RE: Request for Virginia Lewis Hereford Hereford
I can remember as a young girl a gentleman coming to our house at least once or twice a year to look through dad's old pictures and documents. This man, Historian for Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park in Parkersburg, WV, was also interested in some old furniture that may have had a connection to Blennerhassett. I am sure that he new of the connection to George Washington as well as other significant historical figures in our ancestry. Robert Hereford's house in Apple Grove was one of the first houses built in that area. He also built the first church there on his own farm, which has long since been gone. If we can find all or most of Virginia's stone, I will call the historian and at least ask his advice on what to do with it.

Added by Lisa Young on Oct 16, 2012 5:21 PM

Lisa Young
RE: Request for Virginia Lewis Hereford Hereford
Robert is also my 4th great grandfather, although it is through his daughter Elizabeth Page and you through his son Robert Ammon. Small world, huh cousin. You may use these and any other pics I post. I hope to be able to help a little more in the future.

Added by Lisa Young on Oct 15, 2012 8:10 PM

Lisa Young
Request for Virginia Lewis Hereford Hereford
The cemetery where Virginia's grave is located is in horrible condition with most of the headstones either severely worn, broken or even buried. My brother and I are in the process of cleaning up the cemetery but it is proving to be quite a challenge. Virginia's stone is one that is broken...in fact we have not found all the pieces yet. If and hopefully when we find them, I will try to reconstruct the stone and take a picture. Don't be surprised if this takes some time. Btw...would you mind me asking what your relationship is to these people?

Added by Lisa Young on Oct 15, 2012 6:25 PM

KC
Azariah Bigelow
Hi,
Just wanted to let you know that I added the links for his parents. Thanks for sending them to me.
Karen

Added by KC on Sep 12, 2012 7:07 AM

Patty C.
RE: We're related!
Mailed out my supplemental today! Thank you for the motivation! Have a great summer!

Added by Patty C. on May 29, 2012 11:24 AM

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