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Missouri Dogwood (#47354443)
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Judy Gregg
William Reade
I was wondering where you got the seath date for William Reade as Sept. 1798? His will was probated in Bedford Co., VA in 1790 and most researchers have his death date as 1789. I would appreciate any help you can give.

Thank you,
Judy Gregg
jgtgregg@comcast.net

Added by Judy Gregg on Dec 01, 2015 12:08 PM

Lee Mayo
RE: Bradley family
Hello, I sent this same email with some attached photos to the email shown in your profile with a link for my Bradley virtual cemetery which I'm not sure you can open but feel free to try such. Joe Jack Bradley had three wives and three families, two of which were very large so I'm not sure where Mary Dove falls in his tree. Joseph was one of 17 siblings himself. I do have a several page write up with several copied pictures from all the families of Joseph Jackson and how he came to Missouri from Fines Creek, North Carolina after his service in the Civil War which was compiled by my great aunt ( I have a double link to Bradley as two Garner siblings married two Bradley siblings ). If you have not seen such advise and I can mail it to you if of interest but I do not have it electronically available as of yet. I also have 1880 census for Joe's father and mother in Jonathan's Creek, NC and a copy of their 1835 marriage bond witnessed by Stanford's brother, Pleasant but that is as far back in the written documents as I have gone. I think I have found Stanford's parents buried together in northern Georgia but still somewhat speculative so I am very hesitant to post until I can substantiate if ever.

Added by Lee Mayo on Jun 04, 2015 6:57 PM

Lee Mayo
RE: Bradley Family
Hello Missouri Dogwood,

Yes, I am Joe Jack Bradley's great, great grandson via his son Andy Bradley and his grand-daughter Flora Ina Bradley and his great granddaughter Flora Nell Garner. By coincidence and perhaps of interest my brother will be up from New Orleans this weekend to tidy up Joe Jack's parents' Stanford and Liddy Bradleys cemetery (no apostrophe or you will never find such in Cove's Creek) North Carolina which is located on their old homestead at these coordinates...

https://www.google.com/maps/search/bradley+cemetery,+haywood+county,+n.c./@35.609551,-83.0381585,208m/data=!3m1!1e3!6m1!1e1?hl=en

My email is mayo.jerry@gmail.com if I can be of any help with any search / research ... and I can forward pictures electronically if that is your wish.

Very best regards,

Jerry

Jerry

Added by Lee Mayo on Jun 04, 2015 9:12 AM

jim reed
Memorial #93764562 & 93765868
Please contact me! Sent you an email and you didn't respond.

Added by jim reed on Mar 15, 2015 2:26 PM

SSG Richard L. Smallwood-Roberts
Thompson Casper Smallwood
Hey cousin, I don't suppose you would transfer him to me so that I can add my grandmother and children, would you? Louisa wasn't his only wife, as you know. I'd like to tie him to my line, too.

Added by SSG Richard L. Smallwood... on Oct 23, 2014 10:09 AM

ceschwitz
RE: Robert V Endicott
Not a problem! Thanks for transferring. Have a wonderful day!!! :) - Cheryl

Added by ceschwitz on Oct 19, 2014 8:05 AM

ceschwitz
Robert V Endicott
If possible, I'd like to maintain the listing for Robert V Endicott. He is my gg grandfather. I have more connections and information to add to him.

Please contact me if you have any questions.

Thank you so much for finding him. We had no idea where he was buried until we found your posting.

Cheryl (Endicott) Schwitzgebel

Added by ceschwitz on Jul 29, 2014 7:28 AM

James R Garrett
Naomi Wallace
Could you pass this one to me also? She is the daughter-n-law of John and Dottie (and my grandmother).

Added by James R Garrett on Feb 01, 2013 5:11 PM

James R Garrett
RE: John and Dottie
@Missouri Dogwood - That would be great, thanks!

Added by James R Garrett on Feb 01, 2013 5:01 PM

TeriMartin
RE: Martin Family
Hello Priscilla!
Very exciting to hear from family I don't even know. :) I have been researching my family for more than 12 years now, but I am only able to do it during my spare time. Would love to exchange information with you! Thanks for contacting me. Teri

Added by TeriMartin on Aug 30, 2012 7:04 AM

Betty
Elmer Arnold Forkner
Transferred to your care for grandchildren,
Thank you for additional info.
Betty

Added by Betty on Aug 05, 2012 8:15 PM

W. Scott Breckinridge Smith
RE: Elizabeth Rucker
Looking back at your first message, I'm not sure what you mean by the "Rucker from Tenn."

I did happen to come across Gideon Rucker while working on another project last week. On 8 March 1797, Wiatt Powell sold Gideon Rucker a 175 acre tract on Rutledge Creek (in what is now known as the Town of Amherst, Amherst County, VA) (Deed Book H, page 188).

On 17 April 1815, Gideon Rucker and wife Joyce sold Reuben Coleman a larger tract of 573.25 acres (including the 175 acres mentioned above) for $8,598.75. (Deed Book M, page 718).

I have not produced maps of these properties, but can do so. To my knowledge, this is the only information that I have on Gideon Rucker, although I would be happy to research him on a commissioned basis. I can be contacted at scott@historytech.com if interested in pursuing this.

Scott Smith

Added by W. Scott Breckinridge Smi... on Jul 17, 2012 9:18 PM

W. Scott Breckinridge Smith
RE: Elizabeth Rucker
During what time period would your Gideon Rucker be active? Last week, I did some Amherst County land research that involved Gideon Rucker in 1797 and Gideon Rucker & wife Joyce in 1815.

Scott Smith
Lynchburg, VA

Added by W. Scott Breckinridge Smi... on Jul 17, 2012 6:31 PM

Lady Nic
Nicholas
Priscilla, I've made the links, let me know if you would like to have them transferred to you.

Added by Lady Nic on Jun 08, 2012 6:40 PM

Lady Nic
RE: Nicholas
My pleasure. I am always happy to transfer memorials to family members.

Added by Lady Nic on Jun 08, 2012 5:52 AM

Judy K. Roberts
RE: Webb City Cemetery
Hi,
I have deleted the memorial for Roy, thank you so much for changing the cemetery! I am finding that there are memorials posted in the Webb City Cemetery that should be on the Wild Rose side. Let me know if I need to delete ones that you moved. Thank you for your help!
Judy

Added by Judy K. Roberts on Mar 25, 2012 9:00 AM

Gloria Bottom
friends cemetery
I am half way. Hope to finish this spring other than those I can't read. Grandchildren are precious. Enjoy.

Added by Gloria Bottom on Feb 13, 2012 8:19 AM

Kin4Pat
RE: Mrs. RB Garrison
I would appreciate that. Thank you!

Added by Kin4Pat on Feb 11, 2012 11:15 PM

Sarah Capps
RE: Casey family
The Casey family that I am related to starts with the maternal grandmother of my paternal grandfather, John Lewis Capps. Minnie May Moore Capps was the daughter of Martha Ann Casey & Alfred Moore. Martha Ann Casey was the daughter of John C. Casey, son of Thomas Casey son of another John Casey of Newberry South Carolina.

That John Casey's son Thomas was from Kentucky, his son John C. Casey was born in Illinois and Martha Ann Casey was also born in Illinois. Martha Ann Casey had a sister, Mary Lavina Casey (she married Claiborne Jackson Marrs) and a brother Thomas Campbell Casey. Thomas Campbell Casey, born in 1858 had two sons: Dayton R. Casey & Roy Casey.

Dayton R. Casey had three children: Sylvia Irene Casey born 1908, Ivan Leon Casey born 1907 and Percy Gordon Casey born in 1910. Sylvia married James Thomas Sloan while her brother Ivan married Mary E. Cook. (Their children's names were/are: Larry, Danny, Jerry, Leslie and Shirley. I have 1941 for a birthdate for Jerry and 1929 for Leslie).

Percy Gordon Casey married Warnerdell Gilmore and lived in Joplin Mo. He died in 1997 and they didn't have any children.

Not sure if these Caseys are connected to yours or not, but you never know =)

Added by Sarah Capps on Jan 30, 2012 5:36 PM

Eric McGuire
RE: Huldah Gary Paul
I am afraid I can't be of much help. Huldah's parents, James Gary/Garey and Olive Low, had 11 children, all born in York Co., ME, between 1762 and 1786. Most stayed in southern Maine. The father, James, was born about 1737 in Lynn, Essex, MA. I have not encountered a Roswell Garey in my research.

Added by Eric McGuire on Jan 23, 2012 1:19 PM

Gloria Bottom
RE: Nancy Ann Martin
I have been taking pictures of the stones at Friends Cemetery and being sure they are online. I have no knowledge of the Martin family other than what the stone says. Sorry

Added by Gloria Bottom on Dec 31, 2011 3:51 PM

Cameron Disney
Martin Family
You left me a message asking about my connections to the Martin family

There are Martins on my side of the tree and on my husbands.

My grandparents were Maurice Allen Martin Sr. and Charlton Higbee Miller

on my husband's side its far more distantly related:

He has Martins thru the Cypert Family and Threet Family

btw your email bounced when I attempted to email you instead of public post

Cameron Darby

Added by Cameron Disney on Dec 29, 2011 4:44 PM

Joan& Virg
in answer about Ivan Hendry
Sorry but don't know about the child Ivan Aaron Hendry with dates of birth and death between the 1905 and 1910 census. I looked on the family trees on Ivan Hendry in ancestry.com and the child Ivan Hendry is not listed but a child born and dying between censuses would be hard to pick up. I would think he must be child of Ivan A Hendry.
Sorry I can't be of help in that.
Joan Willis

Added by Joan& Virg on Dec 27, 2011 10:59 PM

Glyn Trimble
RE: George Martin
Here is the data on the George Martin I have listed.

George Ridgely Martin, son of George and Miriam Martin, married Minerva A Hays, daughter of Albern and Sarah Hays.

Do not have grandparents of George Ridgely Martin.

Minerva Hays is first cousin to my grandfather, Frank Hays...

Albern Hays is brother to my gr-grandfather, Javan Hays.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Glyn Trimble
Broken Arrow, OK
47317356

Added by Glyn Trimble on Dec 23, 2011 9:50 PM

Big John
RE: Unity Bapist Church
I looked at that monument and I don't think anyone is buried there. There used to be a school for black children just south of there. I couldn't find a death certificate for the woman who is named on that stone.

Added by Big John on Dec 18, 2011 3:57 PM

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