|Linda S||Sarah Reynolds|
Lyman, It is I who owes you a great debt of thanks.Before I found your post here on Find a Grave and later your wonderful book,I had very little to go on . When I found the abstracted Obituary for her ,I actually cried.
I also owe Judy S. a big thank you for posting the headstone photo. It leaves no doubt that it is our Sarah. While ,It is only a guess, I suspect that they may have left Ohio to escape the Tuberculosis epidemic , that it might have been the cause of her early demise, as well as of Jason Green Reynolds . I have maternal ancestors who died of Tuberculosis in that area ,at that same time. Now, whatever happened to Marcus Warman is still a mystery. Sincerely ,Linda Warman Sims
Added by Linda S on Jan 23, 2014 3:34 PM
|Ann Watts||RE: Marion Britton|
Added by Ann Watts on Nov 26, 2013 10:01 PM
|Marilyn Thompson Kimmel||picture of Tolbert Thompson|
I have the same picture for Terill Neely as you have for Tolbert Thompson. I believe Tolbert was his grandson. Terill Neely is my great,great, great grandfather. John Neely was my great grandfather. I received this from a relative of Terill's 3rd wife.
Added by Marilyn Thompson Kimmel on Jul 06, 2013 8:32 AM
|Linda S||Sarah Reynolds Warman|
Lyman, I recently found the grave of Sarah Reynolds Warman also Buried in Morton cemetery in Tx,I am pleased to tell you that I have created a memorial and linked her to Henry And Margaret Reynolds. The information was found on a website of the cemeteries of Ft.Bend Co. Tx., Linda Warman Sims
Added by Linda S on Jul 02, 2013 10:11 PM
|Joyce Tinsley||Cora Singleton Sanders|
I have a memorial for Cora Singleton that was married to Milton Sanders. Do you know if she was the d/o William Riley Singleton & Susie Caldwell?
Also, Susan Alice Caldwell married Alvin J. Newport 19 Dec 1878 and she was Susie A. Newport when she married Wm. R. Singleton. I've searched the newspapers and I can't find anything on Alvin Newport. Do you know what happened to him? I only found two references to Susie Alice Newport in the newspapers.
Added by Joyce Tinsley on May 06, 2013 11:04 AM
|Linda S||RE: Henry Reynolds|
Sarah Reynolds and Marcus L.Warman are my great grandparents.Their son Walter , is my grandfather. Walt and Wilbert moved back to Ohio by abt 1911. By the 1920 census Their son Roy lee is living with his sister Blanche,she was married to a man named P.H. Bacon. My brother, (now in his seventies) told me that our grandfather said that Marcus was killed by a man and one of the other sons killed that man. I believe this would have been after Sarah and child Sam Everette Passed away. I just wish I knew what happened to them in Texas. There is a grave of Samuel Warman in Ft. Bend, Tx at Morton Cem. It is on billiongraves.com. Samuel must have died right after the 1910 census. Thank you so much for helping me with this. If you have any other information about Sarah and Marcus ,I would really appreciate it.I Sincere thanks for answering my question.
Added by Linda S on Apr 24, 2013 5:12 PM
|Linda S||Henry Reynolds|
Did daughter Sarah Reynolds marry Marcus Lafayette (ML)Warman in 1886 and eventually move From ohio to Texas abt. 1910? I believe she may be my great grandmother. Thank's, Linda Warman Sims.(Linda S, contributor)
Added by Linda S on Apr 21, 2013 6:31 PM
I was hoping you could help find possible family connection. My grandparents were the Reynolds from Moreland, KY and we are having trouble finding the parents of Henry Wilson Reynolds dob 4-25-1818 dod 2-17-1903. We were told they came from Virginia.
Thanks for any help.
Added by Lara Roberts on Apr 17, 2013 7:52 PM
|D. Singleton Shell||Bill|
He's getting blood, finished chemo for today. Five more days then he'll have 20 days off. Next start date is the 19th, the date of his back breaking fall in1988. On his iPad at Markey, old dogs and new tricks ya know...... Later,
Added by D. Singleton Shell on Mar 23, 2012 2:18 PM
|Rhonda Tapley||Ingram Thompson|
Hello! My name is Rhonda Jo Tapley. I am the Great Granddaughter of Ingram Thompson. My mom is Allen E. Thompson's daughter. He is the son of Alex Thompson, Ingram's son. I was wondering if you have any info or pictures of this family.
Added by Rhonda Tapley on Mar 21, 2012 3:07 PM
|Joyce Tinsley||Sluder grave yard|
I came across an obituary in the old Lincoln Co. newspapers that said the wife of John Walls was buried at Sluder grave yard. Do you know where that is? If it's the John Walls I think it is - he's buried at Eason Cemetery. Could that be an old name for Eason?
My great-grandmother's obit in the old papers said she was buried in the Elliott burying ground. I have her buried at Estes (according to her death certificate). I have no idea where Elliott burying ground is. It said it was nearby. She lived at the Casey/Lincoln line at Mt. Salem, but in Casey. Her maiden name was Estes and her father & grandfather are buried at Estes Graveyard. I'm told the Estes Graveyard was origanally on the farm of her grandfather, Abraham Estes.
Added by Joyce Tinsley on Feb 21, 2012 4:34 PM
|Joyce Tinsley||RE: Reynolds Cemetery|
I put the infant in the John Reynolds Cemetery. I also linked it to the George Wilcher & his wife Mary Leeper because in the 1900 census they had 4 children and 0 living. They were married in 1894 so all 4 died between 1895 and 1900. I think one may have died in 1898 because there was an article that said a little child of his was dangerously ill of pneumonia, but I didn't find where it died. I'll continue searching to see if I can find out more about this Reynolds Cemetery.
Added by Joyce Tinsley on Jan 24, 2012 7:37 PM
|Joyce Tinsley||RE: Reynolds Cemetery|
"An infant of George Wilcher, who lives on S. M. Owen' farm, died Friday of bronchitis and was buried in the Reynolds' cemetery Saturday."
I even did a search in the early newspapers for Reynolds cemetery and this is the only one that came up.
Added by Joyce Tinsley on Jan 24, 2012 12:32 PM
|Joyce Tinsley||Reynolds Cemetery|
I just came across the death of an infant in the November 7, 1899 issue of the Semi-Weekly Interior Journal and it says the infant was buried in the Reynolds' cemetery. Was the Reynolds Singleton Cemetery first known as the Reynolds Cemetery? Are they the same?
Added by Joyce Tinsley on Jan 23, 2012 8:10 PM
|Richard Wesley||Nettie (Owens) Wilcox|
HI, LYMAN..!! I thought you might like to know that I linked Nettie to her parents Mitchell & Pearlie Owens, just now.....
Added by Richard Wesley on Jan 17, 2012 9:25 PM
|D. Singleton Shell||Thompsons|
Rena, J.W., and Starlin are in Jacob Mayfield Cemetery, P. Co., wondered if they were part of your family of Thompsons....Rena sounded familiar. Son mentioned coming over this weekend and checking the computer.... I'm NOT holding my breath! :) Happy New Year to you both! ds
Added by D. Singleton Shell on Dec 30, 2011 5:51 PM
|D. Singleton Shell||Merry Christmas|
Main computer is down, hubby's laptop doesn't do e-mail.... so.... hope you and your better half :) have a wonderful holiday!
Added by D. Singleton Shell on Dec 17, 2011 10:42 AM
|Shannon Fernandez||RE: Wheeldon Ancestery|
Thank you cause I kept finding David's parents as Pleasent and nancy not lydia And yes you found the right David Wheeldon As my grandfather was Raymond the son of David and Stelle Wheeldon
But now my question is who is Pleasent's parent's Is it Cornelius?
Added by Shannon Fernandez on Oct 27, 2011 10:21 PM
|Shannon Fernandez||RE: my wheeldon ancestry|
IF in any way you can help me find the parent's of my GGrand father David Wheeldon cause I am going at this completely blind I only know what my mother told me of the stories of her Grandfather whom she never knew. He was born on 11/17/1887. He passed away in 1908 in Rensselar In. I cannot find any information about my GGrandfather and do not know where to even look anymore. Please help me.
Added by Shannon Fernandez on Oct 22, 2011 7:05 PM
|Shannon Fernandez||my wheeldon ancestry|
I am courious if pleasent had any children My research on ancestry.com has pointed me in the direction of my great grandfather David Wheeldon was the son of Pleasent and Nancy but since i am going into this with no information I would love to know if I am right
thank you Shannon Fernandez
Added by Shannon Fernandez on Oct 02, 2011 10:04 PM
|Dana Taylor Moore||RE: Martha Reynolds Taylor|
Lyman - Thanks for the response. I now understand your relation to Wayne. He and I are first cousins and I really miss him since his passing. Together I think Wayne and I could have recovered much good information on our ancestry. Thanks again for the response and explanation. Take care. Dana
Added by Dana Taylor Moore on Sep 20, 2011 11:44 AM
|Dana Taylor Moore||Martha Reynolds Taylor|
Hello Lyman, Since Jesse and Louisa Collier Reynolds were your grandparents, then we are cousins. Louisa was a sister to my GGGrandfather, Stephen Collier, and she married by GGrandfather, William Thomas (Tom) Taylor. To make it a little easier to understand, Wayne Reynolds (son of Wade and Florida) was my first cousin. Florida was my Dad's sister. My Father is Vernon Taylor. I want (so much) to find a picture of my GGrandmother Martha Reynolds Taylor, my Grandpa Bill Taylor's mother. Do you possibly have any of those old pictures? Thanks so much and I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by Dana Taylor Moore on Sep 16, 2011 3:03 PM
|Joyce Tinsley||Andrew Jackson Reynolds|
I was working on your memorials and correcting mistakes in my files. Are you familiar with the book BICENTENNIAL HISTORY OF WAYNESBURG, KENTUCKY AND SOUTHERN LINCOLN COUNTY 1792-1992 ?
That's where I got most of my Reynolds info; some incorrect obviously. Anyway, the section on Andrew Jackson Reynolds says he and his wife are buried on the Miden Mitchell farm. I don't know if this is correct or not and I don't know where that farm is.
Added by Joyce Tinsley on Aug 11, 2011 8:46 AM
|Mary Kleinhelter||RE: I have photos|
Thanks, I'll get them up there today. Haven't been able to locate their stones.
Added by Mary Kleinhelter on Jul 26, 2011 5:23 AM
|Mary Kleinhelter||I have photos|
Hi, it was really great finding information on my Great grandparents Max and Mary Heitzman. I have pictures of them both. I am new to this so wanted to check with you if OK if I post them to the site?
In the picture with Max is his son Leo (Louis).
Max died of TB and was in Waverly Hills Sanitorium 2 or 3 times.
Added by Mary Kleinhelter on Jul 25, 2011 7:54 AM