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Deb Dennis (#47072904)
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Maureen (Dacus) Blackburn
Nancy s (Dacus) Bramlett
I see your point about her spouse William Bramlett - Could not have served in the Revolution because of birthdate but the rest of the information is as I understand it that: Nathaniel Dacus brought with him to SC a step-daughter, Nancy Dupre, who married William Bramlett.

Added by Maureen (Dacus) Blackburn on Mar 23, 2016 5:54 PM

Maureen (Dacus) Blackburn
re: Nancy Bramlett
My information ( passed down from Avery Dacus & family) said that Nathaniel Dacus settled in Greenville SC...and brought with him his step daughter, Nancy Dupre from previous marriage and she (Nancy) married Wm. Bramlett, a Revo. war soldier (DAR#152075). Hope this is helpful.

Added by Maureen (Dacus) Blackburn on Mar 23, 2016 12:01 PM

Kelly Jane O
RE: Curry
It's an old abandoned mill cemetery so I doubt there are records. You can try contacting Greenville County and see if they have anything. What additional info are you looking for?

Added by Kelly Jane O on Mar 25, 2015 3:30 AM

Kelly Jane O
RE: Curry
It's an old abandoned mill cemetery so I doubt there are records. You can try contacting Greenville County and see if they have anything. What additional info are you looking for?

Added by Kelly Jane O on Mar 25, 2015 3:30 AM

Allan Thomas
Mannie Clements
Hellen Effie Bramlette Clements' brother Pat Bramlette joined the Hardin Gang and he was later killed in Kansas in a saloon shootout in 1892

I was wondering where to find this information. Seems Pat Bramlette has been omitted from the Thomas family Tree! I don't think he is even mentioned in Francis Bramlette Farris' wonderful little book From Rattlesnakes To Road Agents.

Allan Thomas

Added by Allan Thomas on Sep 03, 2013 12:56 PM

NE KS
RE: Buford-Lewis
Sorry I haven't written sooner. We were vacationing in Florida.
I am related to the Lewis side through my dad's maternal side of the family. I'll ask my cousin about Buford and see if she comes up with anything. She is doing extensive research into the Lewis family. I'll let you know :-)

Added by NE KS on Feb 20, 2013 10:27 AM

Lindan S Caldwell
RE: Luther Bramlet
Just wondering if it was the same person.

Added by Lindan S Caldwell on Sep 01, 2012 12:02 PM

Lindan S Caldwell
Bramlet
Luther Bramlet 1890 Howell Co Vet census Cpl ___ 10 Tenn Cav ??

Added by Lindan S Caldwell on Aug 31, 2012 11:59 AM

Ron White
RE: Parents of John Nelson White
Hello Deb,
As far as we have been able to track my direct line is John Nelson White's father my g-g-grandfather Thomas Jefferson White b. abt 1820 in Weakley Co., Tn. and died abt. 1857 in Stoddard Co., Mo.
Thomas Jefferson White m. Nancy Gaines abt. 1842. Nancy was born 17 Dec 1825 in Weakley Co., Tn. and died 21 Feb 1902.
She is laid to rest in Mt. Grove, Wright Co., Mo. Fairview Cem.
Thomas Jefferson is my BRICK WALL.. :(
If you might have any information to the Weakley Co. Tn. Whites' I would love to see anything.
Thank you
Ron

Added by Ron White on Jun 10, 2012 8:36 AM

P Fazzini
Clements memorial
Find A Grave Memorial# 15138890

write to add 1887 obituary to biography

Added by P Fazzini on May 02, 2011 3:22 AM

Monica Woodward
RE: hi
Yes Deb, they're in Edgewood in the City of Greer. yes please use my photos if you'd like. :)

Added by Monica Woodward on Dec 09, 2010 6:42 AM

Monica Woodward
hi
The Edgewood you're thinking of is located in downtown Greenville and is most likely the one your relative was buried in.

Added by Monica Woodward on Dec 08, 2010 3:44 PM

 
 

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