My McFerrin's came from Greene County, Tennessee. The oldest McFerrin was Samuel D. McFerrin (McPherron-McPharrin and ect) The Allison's came from Maryland to North Carolina to Texas. The oldest I have is Joshua Allison married Anne Williams. My husbands line come from Joshua's son Asaph Allison who married Artelissa Self. KMc
Added by wrmcferrin on Dec 09, 2013 9:40 AM
|Kristy Rice||transfer Hughes|
Hey Phil, I transfered H.C. Hughes to you. It's another child of Elvira and James. He's on the left side of the stone. Thanks, Kristy
Added by Kristy Rice on Dec 02, 2013 2:19 PM
|Kristy Rice||Hughes (Richmond Cem.)|
Elvira and James has another child. Not sure if you are aware of this child. Their headstone consists of 3 names. Burnett 1850-1935 was a twin to Berry! His death cert. is under Bennett Hughes #37084. Then Kate 1855-1916 is Burnett's wife. Then their child Sybil 1882-1890. I hope this helps you. I will be back to Sunny Slope & Richmond Cemetery soon. There is no way to know where one starts and the other ends. I could have mapped a better cemetery than these two! They are blended together. EGH! Anyways, hope you got another piece of your puzzle!
Added by Kristy Rice on Nov 30, 2013 8:45 PM
|Kristy Rice||RE: Hughes (Richmond Memory Gardens)|
I don't know/ The only messages I sent you were the ones you replied back on. But, something is weird, because your message about this doubled! I think Find a Grave is having issues this weekend! I couldn't enter pictures for the life of me yesterday! Sorry! It's not us, blame it on the site! LOL
Added by Kristy Rice on Nov 30, 2013 5:55 PM
|Kristy Rice||RE: Transfer|
Thanks, man. I'm trying to do it right, but some people just don't care! If I ever screw up, I will fix it. But there are a few that could care less! Anyways, be prepared, going to Sunny Slope now. No promises, cuz' it's a REALLY BIG cemetery! But I think you had a few in there.
Thanks for you awesome pat on the back!
Take care, Kristy
Added by Kristy Rice on Nov 30, 2013 12:11 PM
|Kristy Rice||RE: Hughes Pictures|
I know I am! Just kidding. He's all yours. Take care of him. Kristy
Added by Kristy Rice on Nov 30, 2013 11:11 AM
|Kristy Rice||Hughes (Richmond Memory Gardens)|
Hi Phil. There is another person buried with the Hughes. James Robert Hughes 1922-1973. He is in between Jack and Ruby. I'm guessing another child? Also, you should have got my edit on Edward. He is to the right of Ruby. I went ahead and made a memorial for James, but I will gladly transfer. Please let me know. Thank you!
Added by Kristy Rice on Nov 29, 2013 11:58 PM
I transferred him to you anyway. If you know who he is and care about him, you're more than worthy.
Added by Rachel on Nov 20, 2013 12:55 PM
Pretty much all I know about Alta's mother, Maggie, is her maiden name was Clem - she was born Jan. 19, 1866 in Butler Missouri. Sometime along the way she married a man with the last name of Winters. In 1892 she married Charles Muir
Added by Markies on Nov 19, 2013 1:43 PM
Thank you and your welcome.
Added by cjgriffith on Nov 16, 2013 8:39 PM
By the way - Alta's mother's name was Maggie (maiden name - Clem). Don't know anything about her first husband other last name. If you happen to come across anything about Maggie or even her first husband - would you please let me know? It would be appreciated so much
Added by Markies on Nov 13, 2013 6:35 PM
You're welcome. as far as Alta - Winters was her biological father's name. Charles Muir adopted Alta after he married her mother. Charles was her mother's second husband.
Added by Markies on Nov 13, 2013 3:51 PM
|Goddess||Emma Matthews Funkhouser|
I am not John, but I wanted to say a thank you for the links to Emma's parents.
I noticed on your bio that you research the Bolinger family. I am a Bolinger descendant.
Added by Goddess on Nov 10, 2013 11:54 AM
I opened up Mary and h s Armstrong today, not sure if they are related to the Armstrong you were looking for, just thought I would let you know.
Added by Mary P.T. on Nov 09, 2013 12:08 PM
|Deb||RE: Miller Transfers|
Thanks! It was my pleasure :)
Added by Deb on Nov 08, 2013 5:01 PM
|Michael||RE: Anderson Transfer|
You are very welcome. I am glad I was able to help.
Thank you for understanding,
Added by Michael on Oct 29, 2013 5:55 PM
Sorry for the very late reply on your requests. Due to lack of time and so many requests it is hard to complete them all in a timely basis. Also I have been off line for a very long time due to personal reasons.
Per your request I have transferred William Anderson's memorial. I also added a photo of his grave marker for you as well.
Added by Michael on Oct 28, 2013 6:56 PM
|Sean Kelly||RE: Kirkland|
It looks like Mary Kirkland (nee Mulligan) had a brother named John Mulligan who was born in the Townland of Ballymahon. It seems to be just about 5.5 miles northeast of the medieval Monastery of Clonard on the River Boyne in Co. Meath. So this would be in the Civil Parish of Castlerickard, the Barony of Upper Moyfenrath, and the Poor Law Union of Trim. Not quite sure which Roman Catholic Parish it was - maybe Ballivor & Kildalkey.
The National Archives of Ireland have the Tithe Applotment Books free online, and when one searches for "Mulligan, County Meath and Castlerickard" the result shows only "John" Mulligan (3 times albeit - 2 in the Townland of Ballymahon) between 1831-1833. Griffith's Valuation is also free at "Ask About Ireland" website, and it shows six results, but looks to be the same John (he's sub-renting land to two other fellows)in 1854 in the Townland of Lionsden, which is adjacent to the east of Ballymahon. I can't say for certain, but I'm pretty sure this would be Mary's father.
My line comes down through Mary Agnes Kirkland who married Frank Zinger, Ellen "Nellie" Zinger who married William Peter Kelly :). I have more information on the Kirklands but my computer crashed so I have to go back to my paper which is at my parents' house. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to communicate that way. I will try to answer any specific questions you have, and can dig for more too. I think it's possible the John & "Mrs." Kirkland arrived in New Orleans April 3, 1848 from Liverpool on the Ship Carnatie. I found them in the 1850 census on 13 Aug. 1850, 5th Ward, St. Louis.
Added by Sean Kelly on Oct 16, 2013 1:20 PM
Hi Dewayne, I am sorry I am unable to transfer this memorial, due to they are on loan to me, to contact, update etc to them, You may contact Find a Grave and ask for a transfer, If it was mine, I would be more then happy to do it. Thank you so much.
Added by JHarrison on Oct 05, 2013 8:29 AM
|Cynthia Byxbee||RE: McFerran Cemetery|
All pictures, including cemetery view are now up. I will let you know when I find any buried stones. Hancock county is along the Ohio river between Owensboro and Louisville. The cemetery is at the south end of the county. I hope you find some new information from them.
Added by Cynthia Byxbee on Sep 28, 2013 9:54 AM
|Cynthia Byxbee||RE: McFerran Cemetery|
It is on a farm and not seen from the road, nobody lives on this farm, it was used as hunting land until this spring, it was tilled up and now grows crops, the grass is new. I plan to take a rod up there and check for buried stones when the field is harvested (many farms started last week clearing the fields) most stones were not readable until there was chalk put on them. Hope buried ones are in better condition. Today all pictures from the cemetery will be posted as well as area picture so you can see what the whole thing looks like.
Added by Cynthia Byxbee on Sep 27, 2013 3:09 PM
Thank you so much for the transfer - I really appreciate your generosity! Best regards - Dianne
Added by Dianne McFerran on Sep 12, 2013 2:02 PM
Transfers made :)
Added by Debbie on Jun 22, 2013 4:45 PM
|Larry Leighton||Laura Sooby|
Laura was only 38 or 39 when she died. Is there a story there?
Added by Larry Leighton on Jun 15, 2013 11:10 AM
|Larry Leighton||RE: Picture|
You're very welcome. Thank YOU for showing where to find it. That cemetery is huge, and too many requests don't bother to include the block and plot numbers.
Added by Larry Leighton on Jun 15, 2013 8:48 AM