|DeLoy Duff||Decendents of Frances Fanny Tyree Wallin|
It would appear that our families are indeed related, my information supports that Fanny Tyree Wallin, is myGreat Great Great Grandmother, down from Mary Ann Bishop Miller, to Elias Miller,who was the father of my Mother Martha Jane Miller Duff, who then became my Mother, I am DelOY William Duff. I would love to hear from you, I am eighty years young and my ancestors lived well into their advanced years...Mom passed on in her 99th year. Her folks settled from Kentucky to Douglas County Mo. My EMAIL ADDRESS.......nOV1933@MAIL.cOM
Added by DeLoy Duff on Oct 27, 2013 6:51 AM
Added middle name. Thank you!
Added by Linda on Oct 10, 2013 7:33 AM
|martha hunt||RE: john b hunt info|
yes, i am from john b. i have the whole family tree from him down of you want it. i just cant get back from him and Mary Martha. my email is email@example.com if you want me to send it. i got all of my information from Phylis Doss (Roxie's daughter if i recall correctly) and Dwight David Hunt (Noah's grandson).
Phyllis and Dwight typed up the entire family tree and sent me a copy before passing.
i am happy to pass it on if you want it?
Added by martha hunt on Aug 30, 2013 9:45 PM
|James Lyon||Crosby Farm Cemetery|
Thanks Randle for all the cool photos from this resting spot. I had been searching for these folks since the begining of 2010, but had become dsitracted by other finds on the tree. My wife is a Great granddaughter of John Bradford Perkins and my family ties in with the Perkins through Daniel and Lovina Eggers. Their daughter Mary married Enoch Wright who are my Grandparents 4 Greats back and down through the Robinson family of Coatesville. I suspected them to be way further south than Roachdale. Is the grave easy to access with permission? Id love to take my family there sometime soon.
Added by James Lyon on Aug 30, 2013 7:05 PM
|martha hunt||john b hunt info|
hi there, i am a Hunt and i wondered if you have any info on who John B Hunt's (1801-1859) parents were? or Mary Martha's (1799-1875) parents?
Added by martha hunt on Aug 29, 2013 9:42 PM
You are very welcome. Glad I could help out.
Added by NLColes on Aug 10, 2013 4:34 PM
|Tonya Toothman||Amanda Bishop|
I visited the cemetery and took pictures. I do not have the obit. Sorry
Added by Tonya Toothman on Jul 07, 2013 4:27 PM
|Jeanie McClurg||RE: Earl Replogle|
Using flour to read hard-to-read gravestones: I wear a glove, grab a handful of flour from a zip-lock bag and put on the stone, repeat this until all writing is covered, then I gently smooth the flour over the writing with my gloved hand and hopefully it will make the information more readable. When finished, I usually take a wisk broom and brush off the flour.
Added by Jeanie McClurg on Jun 20, 2013 11:32 PM
|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||edna stultz|
got it thanks!!!
Added by Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester on Jun 19, 2013 6:51 AM
|Jeanie McClurg||RE: Replogle|
You're very welcome!
Added by Jeanie McClurg on Jun 17, 2013 8:34 AM
|Dawne Shumate||RE: Baldwin family|
Yes my moms family is Zachary so I am related on both sides two different ways, from Zachary and Baldwin. No haven't seen anything yet.
Added by Dawne Shumate on Jun 12, 2013 9:56 AM
|Dawne Shumate||Baldwin family|
Am a granddaughter of Harvey Baldwin and seen you are related to the Baldwin's. Just curious how.
Dawne Baldwin Shumate
Added by Dawne Shumate on Jun 11, 2013 2:40 PM
|Beegee57||RE: Cora Replogle|
I'm not a member of the Replogle family tree. Cora is a member of the Horn family tree. Her mother was Samantha Horn. I have taken on the HUGE task of tracing the Horns who moved to Davis County, Iowa and beyond. A group of brothers and sisters left Kentucky to settle on the Iowa/Missouri border. Interestingly enough, one of the brothers was a Southern sympathizer and his family remained in Missouri. The rest moved to Iowa.
History...it becomes a lot more personal when you research your family tree!!
Thanks again for the help!
Added by Beegee57 on Jun 05, 2013 7:15 AM
Thanks for connecting Cora to her parents. It will be helpful for other researchers, too.
Added by Beegee57 on Jun 03, 2013 10:57 PM
|Janet Barber||RE: Arthur Replogle|
Added by Janet Barber on May 22, 2013 8:32 AM
|Saundra Carr||Keck/Poindexter from TN to IN|
While exploring a cemetery in Martin Co IN I stumble upon reference to Conrad Keck 1755-1836
and his wife Mary Ann Butcher both buried Claibourne TN.
His children all born TN. However, some of them are buried Williams Cemetery Martin Co IN.
and some of his grandchildren are buried there also.
Many of them are connected to our Edmondson family of Martin Co Indiana who came to IN from Knox Co TN abt 1820, as well as other direct line families of Martin and Daviess Co IN
We seem to connect to a Andrew River Andy Edmondson b 1796-1869 m Susannah who hook up to these Kecks. Of 26,000 Edmondsons in our FTM, he is not there!
Any of you Kecks out there help me fill in the missing links? Share all. See my Ancestry tree Carr/Edmondson by searching John Edmondson 1786-1856 descend from John Edmondson (Quaker from Eastern Shore of MD)
Thanks from John Carr now on the Eastern shore of VA
Added by Saundra Carr on May 20, 2013 1:09 PM
|David Barga||Charles Lee Keck|
Just an addition for Charles. Ethel Cora Suiter Keck (1901 - 1986) was Charles' second wife. His first wife was Adah Walter Rogers (1901-1918) daughter of Walter Rogers and Leonia Shields. They were married on Sept.8,1917. Adah passed away on Nov.28,1918. I presume they had no children together. At least, up to this point, I have been unable to find any evidence of children from this marriage. Just an FYI.
Added by David Barga on Apr 05, 2013 6:21 AM
|Carol Miller Lipps||Sylvan Ray Sutherlin|
I would like to tell you that Sylvan Ray (my great-grandfather) also had a son. Audley Wayne Sutherlin was born in 1905 in Centralia, MO, as were the two oldest sisters. Sylvan "Ray" and his wife Edna had moved to the "wild west" of Missouri and had property there. Before Helen, the baby was born, Ray became ill and the family came back to Indiana where Ray died at Methodist Hospital in Sept. 1909. I will have to contact Audley Wayne's son to get his year of death (probably mid to late 1980's). Just a note of interest: Audley Wayne's son; Terry Wayne Sutherlin used to do a bit of acting in Hollywood. He had a part in "The Great Minnesota Train Robbery" with Robert Duvall, as well as bit parts in shows such as "Get Smart", "Bonanza" (episode with Jodi Foster" and several others. Just Google his name and it will bring all his info up. I'll get back to you about the year of death. I still have that photo of Sylvan Ray.....just been so busy that I'd kind of given up on this stuff
Added by Carol Miller Lipps on Apr 02, 2013 2:11 PM
|Ashley Drewes||RE: Waldon Family|
Thank you! And thanks for all the hard work you've put into researching our family history! Hope you have a great day as well!
Added by Ashley Drewes on Mar 24, 2013 7:05 PM
|Debbie Bach||RE: James H Sutherlin|
Hi Randal. Unfortunately, one of my biggest brick walls is his parents and grandparents. If I find any information, I will gladly share.
Added by Debbie Bach on Mar 13, 2013 8:37 PM
|Cheryl Sutherlin-Soltani||Sutherlin Family|
Thanks for putting up the marker for Harold and Helen Etta Miller Sutherlin. They were my in-laws and I keep the family tree.
Added by Cheryl Sutherlin-Soltani on Mar 03, 2013 12:22 PM
|David Barga||Keck Family|
First of all I want to thank you for your work.
Secondly, I am not related by blood to anyone on your list. However, my wife is a direct decendant of Hiram Keck and Clemmie Young. I am asking permission to use your information as a citation source as I build her family tree. I work just outside of Roachdale and pass the cemetary every day and did not know all of her family that has been placed for their final resting.
Thanks for your work.
Added by David Barga on Feb 05, 2013 5:55 PM
|John Reckel||RE: Maurice Sutherlin|
I did a bunch of ancestry.com merging and got down to Dorothy Isabell Gowin Mar 27, 1911 - Jan 20, 1931 before I started hitting "private" not dead yets.
George W. Sutherlin 1787-1841 is my 3g grandfather.
Among his children were Henry 1816-1879, my 2g grandfather.
And Roland 1814-1876, your ggg or thereabouts grandfather.
We are cousins of the "way the h-ll and gone" degree.
On the other hand, it's satisfying to know that we are decended from "Freskin The Laird of Duffus Moray".
I will email you a picture of Duffus Castle, Moray, Scotland.
Added by John Reckel on Jan 25, 2013 8:15 PM
|John Reckel||RE: Maurice Sutherlin|
What line of Sutherlin's are you from?
Dorothy Louise O'Hair
Bessie Lucile Sutherlin
Melvin Pruitt Sutherlin 1852-1922
Henry Sutherlin 1816-1879
George Sutherlin 1787-1841
William Southerland 1742-1803
William Southerland 1708-1768
William Southerland 1671-1704
Alexander Southerland 1620-1699
John Southerland 1600-1696
James Southerland 1561-1622
Alexander Sutherland 1534-1577 (of Duffus, Moray, Scotland)
and so on, back to:
Richemer I Franks 40AD-114AD (7 years after the death of Jesus.
Added by John Reckel on Jan 25, 2013 3:56 PM
|John Reckel||RE: Maurice Sutherlin|
Tessa is now there.
Added by John Reckel on Jan 25, 2013 11:01 AM