|Peggy Allen||RE: Blevins Family|
Hi Nancy, I apologize for taking so long to reply. I wasn't well and I haven't been doing a lot. I am always glad to share what I know.
1. Gatewood Blevins, b. c. 1789 Tennessee, USA and d. Between 11 September 1868 & 12 December 1868 in Cleburne County, Arkansas, USA (Note: Probate dated 12 December 1868 was in Independence County, Arkansas, USA)
I have not been able to locate his burial location yet.
2. James Thomas Blevins b. c. 1827 in Sullivan County, Tennessee, USA and d. c. 1868-1869 On the trail between Arkansas, USA & Christian County, Missouri, USA. This information comes from a Genealogist researching the Blevins family.
My direct line is:
1. Shirley Ann, nee Owens, Capps Wilkerson 1936-2008
2. Jewel Lovie "Lovie", nee Blevins, Owens Pingleton 1905-1993
3. William Edgar "Edd" Blevins 1862-1955
4. William Henry Blevins 1824-1875
5. Gatewood Blevins c. 1789-1868
I wish I could have been more help to you. My information goes back further on the Blevins family so if you need anything let me know. I will try to help you.
Peggy Yvonne, nee Capps, Allen
Added by Peggy Allen on Nov 25, 2016 12:27 PM
|brknhrt||RE: Richard Hamilton Gray|
I am sorry, I don't remember. It was likely from a SAC from another contributor.
Added by brknhrt on Jun 16, 2015 3:46 PM
|Carolyn Graham - Lopez||RE: Jesse Smith|
Thank you for the information and interest about your Confederate soldier. He was a member of the same 12th Georgia Cavalry as 3 of my ancestors. One of them was captured and later died at Rock Island Prison in Illinois. I searched for the Civil War records for Jesse and found them but none of them have any indication of where he died or buried. Since his wife Hannah filed a pension for him in Arkansas it may have this information. I have added him to my site on Ancestry titled "Military Records" where I have many records of Civil War soldiers. I enjoy recording their records and do most of my research on the Civil War period. I will continue to search for more information about Jesse and keep in touch with you. There are several family trees on Ancestry that have Jesse and Hannah as members, adding their children, but none of them have any information on his death, or who his parents were. He needs to be remembered and his service recorded on Find A Grave and other historical sites. I sent a message with Jesse's records to your e-mail address but it was returned to me.
Added by Carolyn Graham - Lopez on Mar 04, 2015 7:50 PM
Thank you for replying - I had forgotten so checked my message to you; I can add that the ancestor I'm most certain of is John Ford, b abt 1801 KY. He & his wife Delilah (Tevis) started the first Meth church in Decatur Co IND, along with Jared P. Ford & wife. I don't know what Jared & John were to one another but info on internet confuses Jared with Jarret - they both married an Elizabeth but they are not the same. I do suspect they are related - this would be the Warner Ford family - but not maybe not..have lots I can share once they arrived in MO, if you find that you may be able to make a connection..
Added by June Ford on Jul 29, 2014 9:21 AM
|June Ford||william ford|
Do you know if your Fords (from OH) are related to the other Fords in this cemetery? Ours (eg Henry C Ford) are from Fords who came from KY by way of Decatur Co IND. I'm trying to get further back, with little luck.
Added by June Ford on Feb 06, 2014 1:22 PM
|Diana||RE: Willaim Ford Sedalia|
Hi Nancy! It's been a couple of months since I sent by, but I didn't get out to look at it. It kind of looked the same at that time, from the road, anyway. Next time I'm there I'll look at it more closely. ;-)
Added by Diana on Jan 16, 2014 12:06 PM
|Diana||William and Anna Ford|
Nancy, would you like a transfer of them?
Added by Diana on Aug 20, 2013 7:32 PM
|Diana||Re: Crown Hill|
Hi Nancy! I received your message and sent you a reply with information about Crown Hill. I am trying to remember just where William and Anna Ford were. Try looking in Block 12B, 13B, and 18B first because I believe that is where they were. But I could be wrong. I gave you a link in my e-mail where the maps are. They are in the 1st and 2nd editions map.
I am also going out there for a bit Friday morning after work and I can look and find them if you want, and let you know where they are for sure.
Added by Diana on Aug 20, 2013 7:25 PM
|Diana||Re: William and Anna Ford|
Hi Nancy! Yes, I do have photos of their stone. I'll look them up and post them as soon as I can. I have had lots of photos to go through, but for people who want to see them sooner, I find and post them first. :-) I believe they share a stone, but I will have to see. I should get them posted in a few minutes.
Added by Diana on Aug 10, 2013 8:28 AM
|McPeek226||RE: Thank You!|
I responded to your email. Glad I am able to help you!
Added by McPeek226 on Apr 07, 2013 4:42 PM
|David Crow||James William Bagby Photo|
Thank you so much for this. Have asked Dennis to update memorial.
Added by David Crow on Sep 22, 2012 12:46 PM
|Couple of Gravers||Rownd photos|
You are very welcome for the photos of your ancesters. The Rownd Family was one of the prominent pioneer families of Cedar Falls.
Added by Couple of Gravers on Aug 31, 2012 2:19 PM
|mary ruessing||thank you|
just wanted to say thank you for sending me the information on kincaid caldwell, it is really appreciated thank you for the work you have done in looking up this information and getting it to me.long lost relative of kincaid caldwell, mary ruessing
Added by mary ruessing on Jul 20, 2012 3:00 PM
|Ron Craig||Nancy Comer|
Added by Ron Craig on Jul 01, 2012 3:54 AM
|Marsha Williams Byrd of Missouri||Etta Weir|
Thank you so much for the imformation. It was not on the death cert. Do you have any other info? Thanks Marsha
Added by Marsha Williams Byrd of ... on Jun 29, 2012 11:47 AM
Thanks so much for locating the headstone of Benjamin Harrison in Harrison Cemetery, Crawford Co, MO. It is a nice photo of a very antique stone of one of my ancestors.
Added by genie-in-az on Jun 29, 2012 1:51 AM
|Mike Harlow||RE: William Harrison|
It was my pleasure to get the photo for you. I actually feel quite honored that the great nephew of the good doctor is looking forward to seeing the photo. I must admit, it's seldom that anyone looks forward to my photographs. However, while taking this one, not a soul complained.
Have a great weekend, and if you need anything in this neck of the woods, let me know.
Added by Mike Harlow on Jun 15, 2012 5:12 PM
|Chris Nelson||Samuel Ashlock|
Thank you for taking the photo of his grave. Now I know where he was born!
Added by Chris Nelson on May 28, 2012 11:17 PM
|Jane Denny||RE: Smith Creek Cem|
Thank you so much, but I doubt there is a stone. Jane D
Added by Jane Denny on Dec 03, 2011 10:35 AM
|Jane Denny||Smith Creek Cem|
Thank you so for the time you spent searching for the Dothage gravestones! Because they were burials so long ago, possibly there are no stones and/or maybe they were buried in family plots. However, they were listed in Smith Creek book. Again, thank you and perhaps you can locate in the daylight, but please don't go out of your way.
Added by Jane Denny on Dec 01, 2011 9:50 PM
Thank you so much for the photos of Julius and Erwin. I really appreciate your taking the time to do this.
Added by Zoe on Dec 01, 2011 9:08 PM
Thanks so much for the pics. Truly appreciated!
Added by grandmacarol on Nov 27, 2011 12:58 PM
|Sandy H||Lillian Froelker Photo|
Thank you so much for the photo of Lillian's grave marker. May I please have your permission to use your photo on my Ancestry.com tree? I would really appreciate it. Thanks for your time and work with Find A Grave, and have a wonderful holiday season!
Added by Sandy H on Nov 27, 2011 12:23 PM