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Darryl J. (#47363920)
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Russell Casad
Elizabeth M Phillips Brakey
According to my family records Elizabeth's maiden name was Phillis and not Phillips. Daughter of Jacob Phillis and Elizabeth Little Phillis of Pennsylvania. Please let me know if this could be a misspelling. Thanks

Added by Russell Casad on Apr 07, 2016 6:02 AM

Christie Trapp
William Reason Amon
You posted a virtual flower on his memorial stating you were a step-son of your ggg grandfather. I am now curious about your connection. For the past couple of days I have been piecing his life together to come up with all his many wives and children as a result of the marriages. What led to that search was when I found the marriage record for his last wife in California, it stated that he had 4 previous marriages; hence the adventure of going through the various records available via Familysearch.org and Ancestry.com. Several years ago I was in Kennewick, WA looking for some of my grandparents and came across the Amon name in the cemetery and I knew I had some Amon people in my database because one of them married into the Duffy family. The Duffy's married into my uncle's family who were Shepards. I also learned that the owner of the cemetery was also an Amon so I got some information from him before I left town but now he is retired I've lost touch with him.

Anyway, I'm hoping that perhaps you could shed some light with any information you might have on William, in particular or any of his many wives. You can contact me directly at christietrapp@aol.com rather than using this forum for discussion. Look forward to hearing from you soon.

Added by Christie Trapp on Feb 08, 2016 12:19 PM

Ed Cook
RE: Lemuel Swearingen # 68281558
Thanks Darryl. I think we have way too many Lemuels at the dance. I still trying to figure if any are the same. William Martin Swearingen and Lucy Wade Mahan Swearingen were my 3rd great-grandparents and then their son Samuel Bell Swearingen. Ed Cook

Added by Ed Cook on Jan 04, 2016 12:53 PM

M.Derhart
About the Swearingens
Sorry I forgot to put in ladydes7@hotmail.com ;-)

Added by M.Derhart on Jun 25, 2014 4:31 PM

M.Derhart
the Swearingen family
I know Darryl I was so sadden by Karyn's passing. Let me tell you she was so sweet I mean she responded to my emails about my research of the Swearingen linege. There was the uniqueness about her that is so amazing and she was married to a Swearingen and she was so interested in all this. She is greatly missed which all is evident. I wanted to learn more about our amazing man. I have an email address that you can converse with me. This Garret Van Swearingen really pique my curiosity and an inspiration to understand more about him. I am trying to understand more about his wife too. It is a good thing that Garret Van Swearingen and his wife had their portaits painted.

Added by M.Derhart on Jun 25, 2014 4:29 PM

M.Derhart
Garret Van Swearingen
Hi there! The Swearingen history and generation after generations are amazing. I am proud to be the 8th great granddaughter of Garret Van Swearingen. He must be a really interesting and amazing man who had a lot of talents or abilities do what he did before and after being here in ST. Mary's City Maryland. I am amazed that his inn is still standing today. I learned that his wife Barbara De Barrette had escaped from France to Netherlands and it figures possibly that she met Garret Van Swearingen. There is a book written by Karyn White who did the researches of Swearingen Families.
Cheers.. nice to meet you Darryl J.

Added by M.Derhart on Jun 24, 2014 7:14 PM

Jean Hooks
Phoebe Quick Benton
In the records That I found for her she died in the same town and County as her husband , she also had a daughter buried there and am only guessing the she is there as well, if find out any different I will change it . Thanks for linking .
Jan Hooks

Added by Jean Hooks on Dec 16, 2013 8:28 AM

James M. Crane
RE: John Tudor # 50856019
I apologize for taking so ridiculously long to get back to you. It wasn't intentional, I assure you.

It is my understanding that Maude Williams came to Las Vegas with her daughter, Lillian Jane Williams Crane, and Lillian's husband, James Alex Crane, in or around 1940. Lillian had tuberculosis, and in keeping with what was apparently part of the standard treatment at the time, moved west to be in the drier climate of the desert. She would pass away in California a few years later.

I know that part of her clan also moved to California.

I know nothing of how she came to meet John Tudor.

James

Added by James M. Crane on Nov 20, 2013 2:41 PM

Linda Cashen Gaunt
DUTY
Hello,

My husband is from the John R. DUTY (1823, TN -- 1870, Mc Cracken Co., KY) and Matilda Elizabeth BASSE (1826, TN -- 1886, Wyatt, Mississippi Co., MO) family (his 3rd great grandparents).

I noticed a posting on Littleton DUTY showing his parents as Daniel & Elizabeth DUTY - your 4th great grandparents. I would be interested in exchanging information on these lines. If you are agreeable, please contact me at (RRG410@aol.com)

Thanks,
Linda Cashen Gaunt

Added by Linda Cashen Gaunt on Oct 17, 2013 10:58 PM

DKOWN
Tatman
I am not related to the Tatmans, but I have added the husband per your request.
Thanks cousin
Dyanne

Added by DKOWN on Jul 13, 2013 10:55 PM

DKOWN
Bane
Baldwin Bane and Nancy Reynolds Bane
their daughter: Louisa Farrow Bane (13 Aug 1806-10 May 1893) married Jeremiah V. Lillard who is my 3rd great grandfather.

Dyanne

Added by DKOWN on May 30, 2013 1:43 PM

DKOWN
RE: John Reynolds Bane
Yes he is a distant relative of mine, so we must be cousins?

Added by DKOWN on May 24, 2013 11:31 AM

Joyce Nance-Woodcock
RE: Mamie Parsons #90171720
Darryl,
It was my pleasure to transfer Mamie's memorial to you. Have a safe week and God Bless.
Joyce

Added by Joyce Nance-Woodcock on Mar 26, 2013 2:43 PM

Sally Toles
RE: Memorial# 56958607
Hi Darryl, I am not sure what you are talking about. I know that I took pictures of the old Irvine Cemetery but I don't remember if I posted them. If is alright with me if you post any of them.

Added by Sally Toles on Mar 12, 2013 4:58 PM

Joyce Tinsley
Doores
I saw your messages for Doores. I just made memorials for Dr. William Morris Doores and some family members a couple days ago. They are buried in the Lancaster Cemetery in Garrard Co., KY. I found the info on them in the old newspapers for Lincoln & Garrard counties KY

Added by Joyce Tinsley on Nov 07, 2012 5:37 PM

dwooff
Dillard Baker
Hello,

Have located the Missouri Death Certificate for Dillard Baker, it states that he died on May 7, 1959 in Carrol Township, Platte County, MO. He was buried May 9, 1959. Date of birth entered as Dec 15, 1867, born in MO. Son of James M. Baker and Mollie Baker.

Dave O.

Added by dwooff on Oct 19, 2012 2:50 PM

Nancy Meadows
Perkins in Burton-Rennolds Cemetery
Hi Darryl
I just transferred Michael & Mahala Jane to you and glad to put them in family (even extended) hands!
Thanks
Nancy

Added by Nancy Meadows on Oct 05, 2012 12:18 PM

DKOWN
RE: Baldwin Bane
Once again, thank you,
Dyanne

Added by DKOWN on Oct 02, 2012 7:00 AM

DKOWN
RE: Baldwin Bane
Thank you for all the information.
Your cousin,
Dyanne

Added by DKOWN on Oct 01, 2012 6:36 PM

DKOWN
Baldwin Bane
Baldwin Bane (1780 - 1861)

is my 4th great grandfather
by way of


Louisa Farrow Baine Bayne (1806 - 1893)

Daughter of Baldwin



Mary Nancy Lillard (1847 - 1913)

Daughter of Louisa Farrow



Marguerite Lola Mays (1871 - 1935)

Daughter of Mary Nancy



George Marion Maloney (1893 - 1920)

Son of Marguerite Lola



Betty Marion Maloney (1917 - 1954)

Daughter of George Marion



Dyanne O'Neill

I am the daughter of Betty Marion Maloney

so I am declining the transfer to you, but we are related arent we?

Added by DKOWN on Sep 30, 2012 5:15 PM

Mary B
William Franklin Baker
Hi Darryl,
I transferred WFB to you just now, and am glad to do it. He is my 2nd cousin 3 times removed. Is your gr-grandfather's brother Albert Russell Baker or James Marion Baker? You and I must be related some way. I am now 80 years old, and know that my days are numbered, so I am happy to give our Baker line info to others in the family. I found out about this part of the Phillip Baker & Ula Shumaker lines Feb. 5th, 2010, when Jonathan Lee Baker of near Dayton, Ohio, called me on the phone looking for Mary Baker Nystrom (me). He has done much work on the this line, and other Baker lines, too. Jonathan Lee and I are 4th cousins 2 times removed. I would be interested in hearing from you again if you are interested, but understand if you aren't. Anyway, I'm glad to have helped you a little bit.

Mary B

Added by Mary B on Sep 25, 2012 5:47 PM

Mary B
William Franklin Baker
Hi Darryl,
I transferred WFB to you just now, and am glad to do it. He is my 2nd cousin 3 times removed. Is your gr-grandfather's brother Albert Russell Baker or James Marion Baker? You and I must be related some way. I am now 80 years old, and know that my days are numbered, so I am happy to give our Baker line info to others in the family. I found out about this part of the Phillip Baker & Ula Shumaker lines Feb. 5th, 2010, when Jonathan Lee Baker of near Dayton, Ohio, called me on the phone looking for Mary Baker Nystrom (me). He has done much work on the this line, and other Baker lines, too. Jonathan Lee and I are 4th cousins 2 times removed. I would be interested in hearing from you again if you are interested, but understand if you aren't. Anyway, I'm glad to have helped you a little bit.

Mary B

Added by Mary B on Sep 25, 2012 5:46 PM

David Roberds
RE: Bane in Pa & Va
I have no Bane that died in Kentucky but have Abner Samuel Bane that died Drexel, Cass County, Missouri. He was only Bane I have that moved there. Most of my PA Bane moved to Maryland, Mineral County WV and Illinois. I am descendant of James Bane b. 1650 Scotland married to Helen Thompson - two sons, Alexander (my line) and Mordecai.

Added by David Roberds on Jun 19, 2012 12:05 PM

David Roberds
RE: Edward T Perkins
Fannie is his wife in 1880 census, probably should have been Lizzie as you mentioned. Edward's daughter, Fannie is found with Squire W Tuder listed as Francis Tuder born 1830 Missouri - 1880 census at Pettis, Platte, Missouri.

Monument at Noland Cemetery has Elizabeth wife of Obed Noland but no burial record for her there. Do you know if she is at Friendship Cemetery with Edward T Perkins?

Added by David Roberds on Jun 18, 2012 1:00 PM

David Roberds
RE: Edward T Perkins
Please disregard my last message, I thought you were from a different findagrave correction. Edward T Perkins married Elizabeth (Gray) Noland 14 Oct 1870 Platte County per Annals of Platte County, Missouri. They are found in 1880 census at Bonne Femme, Howard County, Missouri.

Added by David Roberds on Jun 18, 2012 9:34 AM

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