|Fronia||Noah Tryon photo|
Aunt Mary's mother was a Tryon, granddaughter of Noah Tryon and Mary Ann Cooley. The photo I posted was identified by the granddaughter of Noah as being of him. I will pull out the photos and see what I can find out about this being one of the other Noahs.
Added by Fronia on Apr 26, 2016 8:55 PM
|Debi Houser||Samuel Buttrey/Buttery|
Hi Becky, are you positive that your Samuel Buttrey (19196187) in the Martin Cem. is the son of George & Eliza and not the son of Robert & Evalyn?
I ask this because there are two Samuel Buttreys born in 1885 Clay County:
(1) to George & Eliza Buttery
(2) to Robert & Evalyn Benge Buttry.
According to my research:
George & Eliza's son is listed on the 1900 Clay census as being born in Dec 1885
Robert & Eva's son is listed on the 1900 Clay census as being born in Aug 1885
WWI Draft Registration lists a Sam Buttry as being born 16 Aug 1885 and next of kin being Laura Buttry (should be Robt & Eva's son)
WWI Draft Registration lists Samuel Buttery as being born 17 Dec 1885 (should be Geo & Eliza's son)
Social Security Death Index & the Ky Death Index lists a Samuel Buttery born 17 Dec 1885 and dying 2 Dec 1967 Clay Co (should be Geo & Eliza's son)
KY Death Index lists a Samuel Buttrey age 79, dying 16 May 1965 Laurel Co (he would have been 80 in Aug 1965 - should be Robt & Eva's son)
Find A Grave lists
Samuel L. Buttrey 1886 - 16 May 1965 - 1919618 buried with wife Laura Muncy -
Should be Robt & Eva's son
Sam Buttrey 1885 - 1967 - 146233222 buried with wife Mary Elizabeth Estridge -
Should be Geo & Eliza's son
Since you've listed Samuel (1886-1965) as the son of George & Eliza I've been confused that I'm missing something in my research. That's why I am questioning you about his parents. Please help me get these two Sam's straight.
Added by Debi Houser on Mar 07, 2016 11:51 AM
|Ken Buttry||RE: Buttry family|
Thanks for responding! Yes, Buttry has been spelled many ways. Wish I knew which was correct. My 3rd -gr0grandfather's grave stone has Buttry but 3 of his sons (all died during Civil War) have military markers with Buttrey. f you give me your grandmother and any other Buttry relatives, I will try to find a connection.
Added by Ken Buttry on Feb 25, 2016 10:49 AM
|Ken Buttry||Buttry family|
Hi, Where do you fit into the Buttry family? My Buttry family dates to 1750's in NC and maybe MD and VA before that. Some did move from NC to TN and maybe KY about 1800.
Added by Ken Buttry on Feb 25, 2016 8:53 AM
|annette gipson collett||F.A.G.memorial # 21717486|
Hello Becky, I am sending you this message regarding the above memorial number. The daughter of William Jasper Muncy is Martha J Muncy - Deaton memorial 45267036 and I am hoping you can add this to William's memorial. Thank You Annette
Added by annette gipson collett on Dec 19, 2015 9:27 PM
I am preparing a book on Henry Crist, and including information on his descendants, as well as the descendants of his siblings. Minerva Cochran, wife of James Madison Polk, was granddaughter of Jacob Crist, brother of Henry.
Would REALLY like to hear from you.
Added by Betty Darnell on Jun 16, 2015 9:27 AM
|Charles Reed||Harold Durham|
Over the past three years a group of Volunteers from Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 594, have been making Memorial Frames for each of the 79 men with Connections to our 5 County area. We are trying to locate family or friends of our Fallen Veteran's listed on our local wall. We are doing bio's with a picture to be put on display at the Naples Military Museum at the Naples Airport.
We are looking for any history you may be able to provide and a picture to honor our falling Veterans.
On November 9, 2014, we are having a dedication this year, at the Military Museum, at the Naples Airport. We are having various news media from our area to honor our fallen men.
Charles Reed L/Cpl USMC
Member Vietnam Veterans of America
Vietnam Veterans of America #594
Added by Charles Reed on Aug 16, 2014 9:23 PM
I added a headstone to Rebecca Polk Memorial # 20302603
Added by Ricky Eade on Aug 07, 2014 4:21 AM
|Gordon Wingate||James F. Wingate children|
Perhaps Kate Laney didn't provide the links to the others.
Mary Louise (Kitty) Wingate Laney
Fredrick H Wingate
Added by Gordon Wingate on Dec 13, 2013 2:28 PM
|Maples||rogeneah Crist in McGee Cemetery|
If Rogeneah is not related to you, would you consider a transfer to me. She is the only person listed, that was listed in the McGee cemetery in spencer county Kentucky. I have had find a grave change the name of the cemetery to the Patrick McGee cemetery. All of the people listed there were related to McGee Family, my husbands family. If you do not wish to transfer, would you consider changing the cemetery to the Patrick McGee pioneer cemetery, so she can be listed with the family. thank you Pat
Added by Maples on Jun 02, 2013 6:49 PM
|N Wickam||RE: Wade Hampton Phillips|
Mattie Lee Fly, his wife was where my connection came in. She is distant relation, 4th cousin 2x removed.Would you like to add to his memorial or would you like me to transfer it to you?
Added by N Wickam on Jul 08, 2011 9:23 AM
|Matthew Brewster||John and Martha Durham|
I've been researching part of my family in Kentucky and have come across your memorial of my fifth great-grandparents John and Martha Durham that are listed in Bellevue Cemetery in Danville:
I've also noticed those two listed with their son Thomas and his wife Frances (Moss) Durham in a cemetery called 'Durham Cemetery' also listed in Danville. The man who made those memorials said he took the reference from a book on old Kentucky cemeteries and listed the name as Durham Cemetery and the location 4 miles out of Danville. He had assumed it was a family farm.
I was wondering if you had any insight into which is correct? Clearly there are markers for the parents in Bellevue, but are they real or only memorials? The list online maintained by the city has the earliest interment as 1859, 40 years after they died, but that's not conclusive.
I'm not sure if you can help with this, but I would appreciate learning if you knew anything about John and Martha Durham or have ever come across the marker for Thomas and Frances.
Matthew A. Brewster
Added by Matthew Brewster on Jul 02, 2011 10:00 AM
Im so sorry I missed your request ! I have transfered this to you
Added by Conni on Feb 06, 2011 11:36 PM
|Karen||Ada B Stidham|
Posted your photo.
Added by Karen on Dec 30, 2010 12:19 PM
|Karen||RE: Ada B. Stidham|
Hi Becky, Will put it on my list to do at Bellevue when this weather lets me go back to it. We have lots of ice and some snow. Will post a message when I get it done for you.
Added by Karen on Dec 17, 2010 4:24 PM
|Karen||RE: Jackson Transfer|
Done, I see in the book where he died in 2000! Wow, it is hard for one to know which is right. Glad that I could transfer and if you need anymore that I have listed just let me know. I am not related to anyone in Bellevue Cemetery. I added a photo for Charles D and Susie Moore Wingate Durham.
Added by Karen on Nov 11, 2010 2:36 PM
|W. L.||Hi Becky|
My family and I spent hours at Mt. Washington Cemetary this past weekend. We were looking for my mother but unfortunately her gravesite is unmarked and we couldnt find it. Planning on going back soon.
Added by W. L. on Oct 25, 2010 1:32 PM
You and I must be related through Abel Tryon, who is buried at Old Farm Hill Cemetery, Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut. I notice that you are a 7th G and I am an 8th G granddaughter. Warm wishes to you from a distant cousin.
Added by Jeanniesroots on Sep 26, 2010 4:20 PM
|Conni||RE: Rogeneah Crist|
Did you get the transfer ?
Its been awhile but I have found that some of my transfers didn't work
Added by Conni on Jul 21, 2010 11:14 AM
|Beth Babcock||Porter and Alice Buttry|
Jim Welch is right Dad and Mom were married on June 26, 1942.
Added by Beth Babcock on May 09, 2010 6:01 PM
|James M Phillips||Presley Wingate|
I will transfer the memorial today, Becky. I usually try to take photos of older graves before they are lost forever. I am always so happy when a descendant finds the graves I've posted online. So glad to be of help.
Added by James M Phillips on May 07, 2010 2:52 PM
|Melissa||RE: Dr. W.W Peel|
Thank You very much for the transfers. I have added some information for Dr. William Peel. if you would like to you can add Nancy Persis Peel to William and Sarah. she is their daughter. thank you so much again for the transfers.
Added by Melissa on May 02, 2010 3:13 PM
|Melissa||Dr. W.W Peel|
Hi I was wondering if you would be willing to transfer William Peel and his wife Sarah to me? I am related to them. they are my 3rd great grand uncle and aunt.
Added by Melissa on May 01, 2010 9:06 PM
|James E. Welch||Alice L. Washburn Buttry|
I have some additional information that I wanted to share with you and to let you know how I'm connected to the family.
Additional Information for Alice L. Washburn Buttry, daughter of Leon C. and Anna E. Robinson Washburn.
b: 12 Sep 1921 Philadelphia, Jefferson Co. NY
d: 28 Feb 1992 Philadelphia, Jefferson Co. NY
I have their marriage date as 26 Jun 1942 at Philadelphia.
Alice L. Washburn is my 1st cousin
Leon is my Great Uncle and his father, Frank R. Wasahburn is my Great Grandfather.
Frank R. Washburn's son, Edward Forest Washburn is my Grandfather.
My mother, Bernice Ida Washburn was one of three children of Edward Forest and Rose Anna Shope Washburn.
Sincerely, Jim Welch
Added by James E. Welch on Mar 25, 2010 12:02 PM
|Patricia Heath||Your Polk Family|
Hey Beck you and your brother are my 9th cousins. I am descended of the POLK family like you but from another branch. Please feel welcome to go to my profile and email me about the family tree I will be glad to share what I have with you. Keep up the good work on here too Cousin!!
Added by Patricia Heath on Mar 05, 2010 10:41 AM