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Mary English Barton (#47321896)
 member for 3 years, 11 months, 27 days
Michael Breazeale
RE: Breazeale Family
Hello...yes...I believe we are related in two ways.
My ggrandfather, AD Breazeale, of Dallas County Al had a younger brother, Issac Newton Breazeale who married Emma Weissinger of Dallas County Alabama.
Also...there is another link. AD Breazeale's oldest sister Elizabeth Breazeale' daughter married Joesph Locke...whose son moved to Texas and became a judge.
Captain Frank Breazeale, Clinton Breazeale, and other Breazeales are all related to me though an uncle my ggrandfaher had in Tennessee.
I would love to chat more about this with you in the future.

Added by Michael Breazeale on Jan 18, 2012 11:08 AM

RE: English Family

Thank you for your reply to the email I sent you. Hopefully, I can get this George Washington English link figured out and find the link I need.

Your email and assistance is much appreciated.

Clinton D. English
San Francisco, CA.

Added by * on Jan 17, 2012 6:29 PM

Betty Weisinger/Moreland
Della Selman Weisinger
Mary, I found the error and I corrected it, silly me :) Cous Betty

Added by Betty Weisinger/Moreland on Jan 13, 2012 5:06 AM

Betty Weisinger/Moreland
Delma Weisinger #53735171
Mary, What is her name? I copied from her headstone. Thanks, cous Betty

Added by Betty Weisinger/Moreland on Jan 12, 2012 4:58 AM

Elaine Goodman
Clarence Bradley Dominy
Would you please link Clarence to his parents, Henry Clarence Dominy #29179960 and Lilly L Goodman Dominy #2918000 in Pennington Cemetery in Trinity County, TX. Thank you!

Added by Elaine Goodman on Dec 13, 2011 6:55 PM

English Family
Hi Mary, Four transfers are completed for the English family.
Have a good day

Added by Bonnie on Nov 30, 2011 9:01 AM

Carmelita Andrews Rhodes
George Patton
Looks great,

Added by Carmelita Andrews Rhodes on Nov 16, 2011 4:01 PM

RE: John Gage Ivie
Mistake noted, correction make.
Thanks for your info.


Added by Mel on Oct 10, 2011 10:08 AM

Jerry Reeves
RE: Hathorns at Ivie
Mary, your suggested updates to the Hathorns buried in Ivie Cemetery are complete.

Added by Jerry Reeves on Sep 30, 2011 2:52 PM

Mrs. Sue,

Hello, I was looking for the John Thomas English b. 26 Apr 1857 and d. 29 Nov 1935. He was called "Pompey" and he was married to Sara Isadora Popham. It appears that the photo of the memorial has been uploaded to his memorial. However, as of yet, there does not appear to be a memorial marker up loaded for Sara Isadora.

As I have just looked at the inventoried graves in Ivie Cemetery, on Find a Grave, I see that there is another John T. English, but no listing for another John Thomas, granted, the "T" may stand for Thomas, but on the website, it's not specifically spelled out. However, I am sure that I will be looking for the memorial for John T English when I come across it in my research.


Clinton D. English
San Francisco, CA.

Added by * on Sep 10, 2011 10:19 PM

RE: Ellender E. Waller
I will be happy to transfer but please submit your request using the edit tab on her memorial page and tell me your relationship to the person. All transfer requests should be made from the memorial page as a courtesy to the original contibutor because it is easier and faster, and you are more likely to receive the transfer.

Added by Bernard-Trigg on Jul 20, 2011 3:46 PM

RE: Choate Family
In our Choate line, Christopher Columbus Choate came over on a ship called the Cecillius that docked in Baltimore (if i remember its 1697) from there the Choate family migrated into Virginia, then Fentress County, Shelby County in Tennessee. I traced several of the Choates and they went into Keller Texas most of that line that i was able to find are buried in Bourland Cemetery there in Keller Texas.. (the cemetery is right close to a housing development) and its really small and fenced off. If you are more interested......... go to and look up the folks for these folks ARE the Choate people and once on this website, you can receive updates on the family line. Ive been able to connect with lots of the Choate line with these folks. Good luck with your search.........

Added by Odielion on Jul 18, 2011 9:41 PM

James Boutwell
RE: Elliott Family
All the Elliott's have been transferred. Thanks, James

Added by James Boutwell on Jul 15, 2011 1:46 PM

Carol Hoch
Jim Grady Waller
Very front row of Evergreen Memorial Crockett. Everyone says he is buried at the family cemetery, but both he and Bobbies markers are right there together.

Added by Carol Hoch on Jul 13, 2011 2:42 PM

Record Hunter
Absalom Alfred Brashears
Hello, you asked if I knew anything about Abaslom Alfred Brashears who married Ellenor Ross. I found this in The Book, "A Brashears Family History", by Charles Brashear.

ABSALOM ALFRED BRASHEAR(S), son of Isaac Brashear(s), the Partiarch - they spelled the surname about equally with and without the "s". Absalom was born in Middle Tennesee (Roane County) on 20 Dec. 1799 and died abour 1847 in Decatur Co, TN. A paper written by a grandchild, Marvin Hood (Julian) Morgan (daughter of Permelia Brashears Julian), was inserted in her Bible gives Absalom's full name and identifies him as a son of Isaac Brashears and a unknown wife. Some time after 1818, Absalom migrated with his father and brothers to the west side of Tennessee River and took up land in what was then Perry County, TN and is today Decatur County, TN. He died there late in 1846 or early 1847. In HSB's book, he is listed as Alfred (page 100). Absalom married ELLENDER "NELLIE" ROSS, b. 10 Jan. 1801, daughter of George Ross, a Revolutionary War soldier. (Col. Bratten's South Carolina Regiment). A note in the Ross Family papers in the handwriting of Jeff Ross says, "Grandfather Ross moved from North Carolina near the South Carolina line to Dickson County, TN in the year 1785. Married in Dickson County to Elizabeth Walker in the year 1791. Moved to Hardin County, on Indian Creek at the Jim Harbour place in the year 1818."
Nellie was reportedly the beauty in a bunch of beautiful sisters, She lost her voice in later years, from taking turpentine or kersosene and sugar for colds. She was also superstitious, for family story has it that, on the day her husband died, she had a vision of some men digging a grave in the pasture. Absalom and Nellie lived southwest of Decaturville, where Absalom's 25 acre land grant bordered on his father Isaac's and his brother Samuel"s grants. Absalom and Nellie inherted Isaac's 82 acre land grant after his death in 1833. There, all their children were born.

1. George Ross Brashears, Sr. born 9 Nov. 1823 died 1866, married Isabella Parilee McKenzie.
2. Sarah Jane Brashears, born Oct. 10, 1825, married Henry Phillips.
3. Mary Elizabeth Brashears, born July 10, 1827 and married a Mr. Rush.
4. Rebecca Brashears, born Jan. 6, 1829, married George Williams.
5. Ellender Elizabeth Brashears, born May 11, 1839, died Feb. 14, 1906, married first in TN, William Neill McMillan, born 1820 in TN, died 1857-61 in Texas, married 2nd David George Waller in WIlliamson County, TX.
6. Martha Brashears, born 1932.
7. Morgan Walker Brashears, born Sep 17, 1837, died Sep. 11, 1919, married 1st, Mary Last Name Unknown, married 2nd, Martha "Mattie" Renfro in Crockett, Houston County, TX.
8. Margaret Carrie Brashears, born May 18, 1840, died July 26, 1922, in TX. Married James W. Brent, born Oct 26, 1812 in NC, died Jan. 27, 1900 in TX.
9. Amanda Emarintha Brashears, born Jan 10, 1843, married 1st Dennis Waller, 2nd David Elanderson Stanton.
10. Permelia Minnie Brashears, born June 16, 1845, McNairy County, TN, married WIlliam Frederick Julian.

Hope this helps, regards, Record Hunter.

Added by Record Hunter on Jul 09, 2011 6:16 PM

Carmelita Andrews Rhodes
RE: Ivie Cemetery
Yes, some of my granfather's sisters and their families; Anderson, Stubblefield, Dolese, Watters, and my husband has some buried there too.

Added by Carmelita Andrews Rhodes on Jul 02, 2011 8:59 PM

H.D. Gresham Jr.
Ivie Day
Yes mam, me and my entire crew were at Ivie Day. I'm sorry that I did not get to meet you. I do have enjoyed researching our genealogy and I will do whatever I can to help out. I will begin with Fannie Doshia (Gates) Gresham Hunziker. If I can help in any way please do not hesitate to let me know and I appreciate all the hard work that you have contributed.

Added by H.D. Gresham Jr. on Jun 14, 2011 4:12 PM

Carol Hoch
Norman Rushing
Thanks, you are a sweetie!!!

Added by Carol Hoch on Jun 14, 2011 2:45 PM

Carol Hoch
Norman Rushing
Mary, I entered her obit yesterday, and matched her up to him. I went to school with their kids at Latexo.

Added by Carol Hoch on Jun 14, 2011 2:29 PM

RE: English Family
Thomas English and wife Sara Coulson's daughter, LOUIZA married Aaron Lowery.
They were my Great-Grandparents.
I have never attended the reunion at Ratcliff Lake.
I have a lot of Englishes in My FTM, but I can not locate a Bert and Jennie.
During the late 1940's I did attend school in Kennard, then moved to North Texas.
I would be happy to exchange information.
I do still have relatives living in Houston and Trinity Counties.

Best to you

Added by Mel on May 22, 2011 3:54 PM

Carol Hoch
RE: Ivie Cemetery
Well, Mary Sue...I guess I did not read this message....I will try to get some more of the ones I took loaded....

Added by Carol Hoch on May 19, 2011 6:17 PM

Carol Hoch
RE: Phillips
Mary, anything like this I can help you with, transfer them to me, and then I will send them back to you. I do this with several of my findagrave friends. I have one of my sisters old books and have found several goodies in there.

Added by Carol Hoch on May 02, 2011 3:08 PM

Carol Hoch
RE: Henry Johnson Phillips
Mary Sue, will be glad to transfer him, but my broadband at home is down due to the soon as it is up and running will do...Carol anne

Added by Carol Hoch on Apr 28, 2011 3:29 PM

RE: Mattie Waller
Yes, I will make the transfer but please go to her memorial page, click on edit and make the request from there. All transfer requests should be made this way. It saves the original contributor from having to look up the memorial.


Added by Bernard-Trigg on Apr 28, 2011 12:29 PM

Carol Hoch
RE: Caddenhead Family
Sure !!! What is the number you want them transferred to...Carol Anne

Added by Carol Hoch on Apr 11, 2011 4:58 PM


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