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Kay Herndon-Foglesong (#46871808)
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Barbara McDowell
RE: Civilla Miller Franks
Thank you for responding, I was reading some old papers and got mixed up. I would like to visit New Bern, NC and learn some more about the Koonce family history, George Koonce plantation or where about it was, also more on the indian uprising. I am taking a week's vacation the last week of Sept. and thought it would be a good time to go. Thanks Again! Barbara

Added by Barbara McDowell on Aug 27, 2014 5:24 PM

Lisa Engle Herdahl
RE: William Riley Linzey/Lindsey
I sure will help you. If you can email me at with any dates and all names I will try and get by where the "big" book is with most burials in it and see if I can't find what you need. If that doesn't come up with anything I will see if I can find anything through other records etc. I love a good hunt!!!

Added by Lisa Engle Herdahl on Aug 19, 2014 12:12 AM

Mo & Dave Gates
John Martin Franks' Parents
Hi, Jacob and Mary are my 5th great grand parents. My grandmother was a Franks. Maybe we could exchange information. I do have the Franks back several generations but after I get back so far the info. gets pretty muddled. Take care and write if back if you want to, Dave

Added by Mo & Dave Gates on Apr 01, 2014 4:25 PM

Ruby Lee Spencer
Hello I am on here under Ruby Lee Spencer check me out if you want to. I have a lot of everyones in here that I am doing for my husband, son, girls, and of course my side Penny, Bingle, Cardwell, and all. Thanks. 47230178 See you.

Added by Ruby Lee Spencer on Mar 26, 2014 12:14 PM

L. Garcia
John Walker
I believe he also in my family. LOL I'm eager to view your additions.

Added by L. Garcia on Mar 02, 2014 9:32 PM

Lisa Engle Herdahl
RE: Hi
I so happy your enjoying them. It makes it worth it all when it touches someone. If I can ever help out again let me know.


Added by Lisa Engle Herdahl on Feb 21, 2014 10:22 PM

Leslie Acord
Margaret Isabell Lipps
Incidentally, Margaret's obituary says that she was interred at Calvary United Methodist Church Cemetary. I will let you know what I find out.

Added by Leslie Acord on Jan 26, 2014 2:43 PM

Leslie Acord
Denny Lipps-Old Stone Church
I updated Denny Eugene Lipps's memorial with the info you provided about his spouse. I didn't see anything in the file on his spouse. Once the weather clears up I will go check the cemetery and the historical society and see what I can find.
We are currently buried in snow. :(

Leslie Acord

Added by Leslie Acord on Jan 26, 2014 2:36 PM

Margaret Rorick Beach
RE: Mattie Lou Silas
We live in Michigan. My husband still has an aunt and uncle in Smithville, Mississippi. We have done a lot of cemetery searches (and photographing of graves) when we visited them over the years. My husband was born in Mississippi (his parents have passed). We usually make it down there 1x per year. My research in the Silas (Sallis) family has been very interesting and informative. I've tried to put a lot on Findagrave too. I've seen a lot of your photos on ancestry too. We have very few photos. The photo of Elias and Vessa Silas in the sugar cane field was an awesome find (in my mother in law's photos and labeled). Elias and Vessa had three sons: Andrew, Sam, and Hamp. Hamp was my husband's grandfather. (Somewhere along the way Sallis was changed to Silas). There is some research on the internet that is incorrect about our Silas family, and we have tried to let the researcher know with limited success.

Added by Margaret Rorick Beach on Jan 04, 2013 8:22 PM

Dixon In Dixie
RE: Jesse West
There is a book here in the library(I work in Smith Co. library and do the genealogy with folks in our great little genealogy room)called "What's in a Name" don't know if you're familiar with it. Page 43 states he died 25 Sept. 1835 when he, on his own farm, cutting timber was struck with a limb that killed him. Leaving Elizabeth with 7 children. He was perhaps the first person buried in what came to be called the 7 Sisters Cemetery. Born 1795 in Halifax County, Virginia, and coming to Smith County, Tenn. in 1804. Be glad to help you with any other info. you might want. Vonda

Added by Dixon In Dixie on Dec 11, 2012 2:25 PM

Gerry Bell
If i have anything i dont remember i have cataracts and cant see that well right now havent been on tree in awhile. tree name is under bell braziel daniel lancasrer anything i would have on him would be on the tree. i also got alot of my info from franklin historical socity in the old jail house. I dont have a eill but you can search the archives of public records for that county for onr. as soon as i have my surgury and can see better ill go search more thru stuff i have on hand
also can find my tree by my r
email listed for here

Added by Gerry Bell on Dec 02, 2012 11:02 PM

Gerry Bell
RE: Lucius Bell 31868998
Hi Kim Yes i sure do he was my husbands great grandfather. if you have a profile you can find me on there and see the family tree to get all the info you want or need. are you kin to janie light? she was doing research on your family namr and we have met. i used to go to her aunts house and clean it for her before i moved off a few years back. thanks Gerry

Added by Gerry Bell on Nov 29, 2012 6:11 PM

Always with Love
RE: Amazing
Hi Karen, Thanks for stopping by. Glad you enjoyed browsing the virtuals. God bless. LA

Added by Always with Love on Sep 05, 2012 12:57 PM

Judy Coln/Barbara Wallace/Matthew Malone
Lilley Herndon Cooper was my husbands grandmother. Larry died Dec 2002. I want to make sure our 3 boys have all the family information. There is a picture of Lilley with Ethel and Fred that hung in Elizabeth's den for years. Connie has the picture I have been trying to get a copy. She is not on the internet. I will try to get her on the phone. The picture is beautiful.
Our youngest son is named for Mark Cooper.

Added by Judy Coln/Barbara Wallace... on Aug 12, 2012 12:16 PM


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