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LANCE FETTERS
Joseph Fetters
Who is this to you? Who are his parents?

Added by LANCE FETTERS on May 24, 2016 9:48 PM

Romi
RE: Calvin Graham Card
You are very welcome. Glad that I could help. Have a great day.

Added by Romi on Jul 24, 2015 12:20 AM

Vicki G
RE: Stanley
You are welcome, glad I could help.

Added by Vicki G on Jul 11, 2015 2:12 PM

TWR
RE: Koontz headstones
Alexander and Elizabeth Koontz are my maternal GGgrandparents. Their daughter Susan married Benjamin Sanders, who lived in Johnson County also, in 1885 and then they moved to Pine Bluff, Ark. I don't know much about the Koontz family and am still trying to sort out the sometimes contradictory information in various family trees that have been posted to Ancestry.

Added by TWR on Feb 17, 2015 9:25 AM

Deb (Mari) Pittillo
RE: Henley
Glad to help :)

Added by Deb (Mari) Pittillo on Jan 06, 2015 5:14 PM

Deb (Mari) Pittillo
RE: Crotts
Yes, I really do enjoy doing this. You have a great new year also!

Added by Deb (Mari) Pittillo on Jan 02, 2015 6:13 PM

Pamela Moyers
Re: Walter Northern
I have found him in the database at Maple Hill Cemetery. However his grave is unmarked and the exact location is unknown according to the office. Since there are over 100 acres here there is no way to locate it. Historically he could be anywhere in in sections 1 to 15. Many civil war dead were buried here as well and most are unmarked. Many Yankee soldiers buried here were moved by family members after their interrments here. Good luck on your other searches.

Added by Pamela Moyers on Jan 20, 2014 9:25 AM

Robbi
RE: Perkins & Howton photos
hey I'm so sorry for the mix up --- I will try to correct it asap.. I will have to go back to get the pick so it may take a few days.. I put it on my list to get.. thanks for letting me know

Added by Robbi on Nov 03, 2013 7:57 AM

Robbi
Mud Creek Cemetery
I noticed that ya have a request for a jonathan howton 1820-1883.... all the howtons --- pitts -- hubbard--- gilbert & so on are all my people... it will be a cuple of weeks before I can get back down there... but I will get ya the pic.. Mud Creek is my Family Cemtery... are ya kin to any of them ?

Added by Robbi on Oct 29, 2013 7:56 PM

Robbi
RE: Union Baptist Cemetery
Yes I do LOL I added it to his page his # is 92720350... glad I could help

Added by Robbi on Oct 29, 2013 7:51 PM

Robbi
union baptist cemetry
I will glad to go look for you

Added by Robbi on Oct 14, 2013 6:57 AM

linda venable
Crowell
Thanks for the correction. I deleted.

Added by linda venable on Jul 21, 2013 6:41 PM

Norman Scott
RE: Leo Wiliam Bedford Sr
I read something on the Find A Grave forums today and thought I'd pass it along, since I reported that dupe to you. Sometimes the Find A Grave program "hiccups" and creates 2 identical memorials!

Also, Find A Grave supposedly has a "De-Dupe" program that checks for dupes.

Added by Norman Scott on Jul 12, 2013 1:39 PM

L Symons
Effie M. Fetters
Effie M. Fetters


Effie Mae Fetters, 93, of Clarksville died Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2005, at her home.


She was a native of the Spadra Community, daughter of the late William Thomas and Palestine Winters Callahan, member of the Jehovah's Witnesses, and was preceded in death by one son, Chestine Porter.


Survivors include two daughters, Mickey Russell Nichols and Barbara Speaks, both of Clarksville; nine grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and several great-great-grandchildren.


A memorial service was held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 20, at the Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall with Don Collier officiating. Arrangments were uner the direction of Hardwicke Funeral Home.

The body was cremated.

Added by L Symons on Jul 08, 2013 3:12 PM

Elizabeth Wallen
RE: Effie Fetters grave
Your welcome there was some markers there but the rain has faded alot of them and you can not read them hopefully someone will be able to find her.

Added by Elizabeth Wallen on Jul 01, 2013 7:01 PM

Tamara H.
DuBose in Auburn, AL
Hi,
I just uploaded pix of the Auburn DuBose's. I also found DuBose's in Opelika..the next town over. Please send me your email address to hallo13@bellsouth.net and I will forward all the pix I took.
Thanks
Tamara

Added by Tamara H. on Jul 01, 2013 1:38 PM

Tangent
RE: Ed & Ida Jackson DuBose
You are most welcome!

Added by Tangent on Jun 04, 2013 10:01 AM

Susan McNair
Pattillo
I sent this to the only address I saw for you. I have the entire Pattillo genealogy as per an old family album. As you can see Littleberry Pattillo and wife Mary Ann Simpson had three children one of them is Alfred Cato Pattillo. I am sorry to send it this way but I had no email address for you.

Added by Susan McNair on Apr 04, 2013 11:27 PM

Susan McNair
RE: Pattillo
Family Group Sheet for George Alexander Pattillo

Husband: George Alexander Pattillo

Birth: 1720 in Dundee, Angus County, Scotland
Death: 09 Jun 1798 in Lunenburg, Charlotte County, Virginia
Marriage: 01 Jul 1757 in Charlotte County, Virginia
Father: George Pattillo
Mother: Jane Johnstone

Wife: Martha Varner

Birth: 01 Feb 1735 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Death: Abt. 1790 in Lunenburg, Charlotte County, Virginia
Father: John Varner
Mother:

Children:

1 Name: James Pattillo
M
Birth: 08 Aug 1759 in Lunenburg County, Virginia

Death: 1804 in Jefferson County, Georgia
Marriage: 05 Jul 1784 in Charlotte County Virginia
Spouse: Rebecca Brown

2 Name: Sarah Pattillo
F
Birth: 01 May 1760

Death: Unknown

3 Name: William Henry Pattillo
M
Birth: 31 May 1762 in Lunenburg County, Virginia

Death: Aft. 1840 in Logan County, Kentucky
Marriage: 28 Sep 1792 in VIRGINIA
Spouse: Sarah Chishum

4 Name: David Pattillo
M
Birth: 05 Oct 1764 in , Charlotte Co., Virginia

Death: 1815 in , Morgan Co., Georgia
Marriage: Abt. 1785
Spouse: Sarah

5 Name: John Varner Pattillo
M
Birth: 09 Oct 1766 in Charlotte County Virginia

Death: 26 Jul 1820 in Greene County Georgia
Marriage: 18 Mar 1790 in Charlotte County, Virginia
Spouse: Elizabeth Betsy Fletcher Harroway

6 Name: Mary Pattillo
F
Birth: 13 Sep 1768 in VIRGINIA

Death: Unknown

7 Name: Samuel Pattillo
M
Birth: 25 Jan 1771 in Charlotte County Virginia

Death: 04 Jun 1841 in Covington, Newton County, Georgia
Marriage: 14 Apr 1795 in Greene County, Georgia
Spouse: Frances Hall


8 Name: Martha Pattillo
F
Birth: 07 Aug 1773 in Georgia

Death: Unknown

9
Name: Janet Pattillo
F
Birth: 1776 in Charlotte County, Virginia

Death: Unknown

10 Name: Jane Johnstone Pattillo
F
Birth: 09 Apr 1779

Death: Unknown

Notes

George Alexander Pattillo

[Susan3-Pattillo.FTW]

" George Alexander Pattillo, b. ca. 1720 in Scotland; d. 9 June 1798, Charlotte Co., Va. Married Martha Varner (Varnor, Vernon) of Penn. in Va., 1 July 1757. She was b. 1 Feb. 1735.

Came from Dundee, Angus County, Scotland to America with his brother, Henry Pattillo in 1740. George and his younger brother, Henry, had supposedly been in Penn. before moving to Va. They were closely associated with a large group of Scotch-Irish Presbyterians who had emigrated at an earlier date, by way of Penn., to the southern part of Virginia. The group we speak of settled in and around Cub Creek, Charlotte Co., then Lunenburg Co. John CaIdwell seemed to be the leader of this particular group as the area near Cub Creek was known as the "Caldwell Settlement"

William Caldwell executed a deed, 2 Apr. 1751, in Lunenburg Co., Va., for the conveyance of one acre of ground on his land for a burial place to thirty-one men in his neighborhood. Among these men whose families we find closely associated with the Pattillo family were David Logan, James Logan, John Middleton, Isaac Vernon (Varner, Varnon) and Henry Pattillo. (Va. Hist. Mag., Vol. XVIII, pp. 40-41)

The first record we have of George Pattillo is in Lunenburg Co., Va., where he was listed as a tithable in 1752 by William Caldwell. The surname was spelled Portiilo, The name of John Varnon follows that of George, (Sunlight on the Southside, L. C. Bell, p. 187).

LUNENBURG CO., VA, RECS.

1763 - George PATTILLO sells Feather beds and Furniture to Robert Hastie & Co. for the sum of 20 Pds.

1764 - George PATTILLO acquires a land Patent in Lunenburg Co. on the branches of Little Louse Creek. Sum of 40 shillings for 400 acs. 27 June.

CHARLOTTE CO., VA. RECORDS (Formed 1764-5 from Lunenburg Co.) 1765 - 6 Aug. George PATTILLO and Isaac Vernon mentioned in a court proceeding.

- i July. George PATTILLO and David Caldwell to John Holt. 40 Pds. for 540 acs. (DB 1, p. 42).

1767 - George signs as a witness to David Caldwell's will. 6 Mar. 1770 - 2 July. George witness for John Sandefer.

1774 -- George PATTILLO paid for schooling and boarding Anne Jackson, orpha: of William Jackson, dec'd. Theodorick Baker, her guardian. (Charlotte Co. Guardian Accts, - Film 7321, pt. 1, p. 46 (?).

1775 - 1 May. George purchases land on east side of Turnip Creek from John White. 221 acs, for 16 Pds. (DB 3, p. 511). 1781 - George exempted from payment of levees. 2 Apr. 1782 - George enumerated in tax list as head of household of 12. (If Geo. was a schoolmaster, some of the people enumerated in his household may have been students. It was customary for schoolmasters to give students room and board. Also see 1774.) 1783 - George is plaintiff in case against T. Wright. 5 May. 1788 - 5 Apr.; rec. 7 Apr. - George sells 221 acs. to Wm. Armistead for 200 Pds. (DB 6, p. 17).

1789 - George buys 400 acs. from Wm. Armistead for 200 Pds. His sons,James.: and John PATTILLO were witnesses to this sale as well as Benj. Hazelwood 13 May. Rec. 1 June (DB 6, p. 51).

1796 - George sells 447 acs. to Lewis Hammock for 143 Pds, Wit: Rebekah PATTILLO, James PATTILLO and others. 22 July. Rec. 5 Dec, (DB 7, p 224)."

Notes (con't)

(From Melba C. Crosse book)

"Mrs. Mattie Janet Miller, youngest daughter of Rev. Samuel Pattillo, son of George,wrote a history of the Pattillo family. In this she states the following: "The following facts are from my father, Samuel Pattillo. 'My father, George Pattillo, aged about 20, and his brother Henry Pattillo, about 18 years old, came to America in the year 1740. My father had not been in America a great while before he was married to Martha Varner of Penn, He afterwards settled in Charlotte Co., Va., where he reared the most of his family, five sons and three daughters their names as follows: James, William, David, John and Samuel, Sarah, Mary and Jane. My father's brother, Henrv Pattillo, settled in North Carolina, and in time became an eminent Presbyterian minister. He married and reared several children. All of the Pattillos in America are descendants of these two brothers, the most of them being those from George Pattillo, my father who was a devout, holy nan, a Wesleyan Methodist, my mother of the same faith. My father, Samuel Pattilio was a Methodist preacher more than forty years before he was called to his reward in 1844. He was twice married; first to Frances Hall, by whom there were nine children. Their names: George Alexander, Leroy, Martha Reid, Wesley, Simeon, James, Elizabeth, Urban and Fannie. His second wife was Martha Bailey, by whom there were eight children, (three died in infancy), their names: Samuel Henry, Mary Louise, Robert Fletcher, Benjamin ;Upheus and h•fatde Janet."

(Signed) M. J. Miller

The first portion of this history by M. J. Miller has been included in the first chapter of this book.

George Pattillo gave his daughter Jane the middle name of JOHNSTONE. His brother, Henry, named a son William JOHNSTONE Pattillo. He, too, had a daughter named Jane who was a namesake of his mother. Was Jane, the mother of George and Henry, a JOHNSTONE before her marriage.

George Alexander Pattillo and Martha Varner had the following children whose names and birth dates were taken from the Bible of John Varner Pattillo:

A. James Pattillo, b. 8 Aug. 1759.

B. Sarah Pattillo, b. 1 May 1760.
C. William Henry Pattillo, b. 31 May 1762.
D. David Pattillo, b. 5 Oct. 1764.
E. John Varner Pattillo, b. 9 Oct. 1766.
F, Mary Pattillo, b. 13 Sept. 1768.
G. Samuel Pattillo, b. 25 Jan. 1771.
H, Martha Pattillo, b. 7 Aug. 1773.
I. Jane Johnstone Pattillo, b. 9 Apr. 1779.

This Bible is now (ca 1960) owned by Arthur Pattillo (address unknown). The information was copied from a source sheet submitted to the Salt Lake City Archives by Wade Hayes of Beaumont, Texas"

From Melba C. Crosse book.


James Pattillo

[Susan3-Pattillo.FTW]

American Revolutionary War SoldierJames Pattillo, b. 8 Aug. 1759, Lunenburg Co., Va.; d. 1804, Jefferson Co., Ga. He married in•Charlotte Co., Va., Rebecca Brown, dau, of Russell Brown. Marriage bond dated 5 July 1784; sur. Anthony North. (Marriage Bonds - Charlotte Co., T/11., C. L. Knorr, p. 64).

James was 16 yrs. old at the beginning of the American Revolution and was 23 at its close. He, no doubt, served in the war as he continued in the military service until his death. Ne is not to be confused, however, with his cousin, James Patillo, who served three years as a sergeant and then as a commissary officer.
The first list of Justices of the Peace for Charlotte Co,, Va., was submitted to the governor 25 Oct. 1784. In the first additional list of J. P.s returned 1 Apr. 1790, James Pattillo was included among the group. However, when the third additional List of Justices was returned 13 July 1796, it was recorded that "James Pattillo moved out of County". (Wm. & M., Vol. 21, p. 179).

William Caldwell, before moving to Kentucky in 1793, granted Power of Attorney to James in order that he could handle his business affairs for him in Va.

Notes (con't)

On the motion of James Pattillo, the Court of Charlotte Co., appointed him guardian of ~3eorge Hays and

Mary Ann Hays, orphans of Richard Hays, dec'd, "in the place of James Hayse the former guardian who appeared in open court and resigned his guardianship of the said orphans, , the said Pattillo giving security, whereupon he together with Russell Brown and William Paulett Harvey his securities entered into and acknowledged their hand according to the law for that purpose." (CO Recs., Bk. 9, p. 154).

James was the attorney for the legatees of David Caldwell in Charlotte Co., Va., in r 796.
The Governor of Va. commissioned James Pattillo as captain of the Militia in the 2nd. Battalion of the Twenty Sixth Regiment in Charlotte Co. This commis-




David Pattillo

[Susan3-Pattillo.FTW]

Listed in Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution by J. H. Gwathmey.


John Varner Pattillo

[Susan3-Pattillo.FTW]

John Varner Pattillo is listed in the DAR Patriot Index. He also served in the War of 1812 and was a constable in Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia.


Samuel Pattillo

[Susan3-Pattillo.FTW]

Rev. Samuel Pattillo, b. 25 Jan. 1771, Charlotte Co., Va.; d. 4 June 1841 and was buried in West View Cemetery, Covington, Newton Co., Ga. He m. (1) Francis Hall in Green Co., Ga., 14 Apr. 1795; she was b. 19 Feb. 1771. He m. (2) 16 July 1815, Martha Bailey who was b. 17 Aug. 1790, Madison, Morgan Co., Ga.; d. 14 Sept. 1842 and was buried in West View Cemetery, Covington, Ga.

Samuel Pattillo was taxed in McKeever's Mulberry Fork District in Jackson Co., Ga., 1803-1805. He was a fortunate drawer in the 1805 and 1821 Land Lotteries in Ga. Drawing land first in Jackson Co. and second in Lee Co. He is, also, listed in the 1832-1833 "Gold and Land Lottery". He was enumerated in the 1820 census of Morgan Co., Ga., later moving to Walton Co., Ga. (1830 census) and then to Newton Co., Ga. (1840 census) where he was living at the time of his death.

As stated before, he was one of the witnesses of David's, his brother, will in Morgan Co., Ga. The Last Will and Testament of David Pattillo, dec'd., was proven in open court 6 Mar. 1815, Morgan Co., by the oaths of William Johnston, Samuel Pattillo and Robert Sessions.

Rev. Samuel and others purchased a piece of land in Newton Co., Ga., to build a house of worship for the Methodist Episcopal Church from Julian and Qoe Bailey, 9 Mar. 1~30. This same year, Samuel Pattillo of Walton Co. purchased land in Covington, Newton Co., Ga., fbr himself. (Film No. 42492, pt. 5, SLC) Some descendants of Rev. Samuel Pattillo have stated that he was buried behind the pulpit of the Pattillo Memorial Methodist Church, Covington, Ga. Yet, in the old part of West View Cemetery, Covington, Ga., there is a head stone bearing the inscription of Rev. Samuel Pattillo June 25, 1771;d. Sept. 14, 1841. The headstone for his second wife, Martha Bailey, reads "Martha Patillo -- Aug. 7, 1790 - Sept. 14, 1842. The announcement of Mrs. Pattillo's death appeared in the Southern Christian Advocate, 21 Oct. 1842. It stated that "Mrs. Martha Patillo, widow of Rev, Samuel Patillo, died Sept. 15, 1842. Her husband died recently at Covington, Newton Co., Ga. beyond his three score and ten years." (Ga. Mag., F. Huxton, 1961-62, p. 70)

Added by Susan McNair on Apr 04, 2013 11:19 PM

Susan McNair
RE: Pattillo
Family Group Sheet for Littleberry Pattillo

Husband: Littleberry Pattillo

Birth: Abt. 1772
Death: 19 Oct 1814
Marriage: 26 May 1797 in Warren County, Georgia
Father:
Mother:

Wife: Mary Ann Simpson

Birth: Abt. 1775
Death: Unknown
Father:
Mother:

Children:

1 Name: Harrison Simpson Pattillo
M
Birth: Jan 1800

Death: Unknown

2 Name: Alfred Cato Pattillo
M
Birth: Dec 1804

Death: Unknown
Marriage: Abt. 1829
Spouse: Catherine Shelbach

3 Name: Mary Pattillo
F
Birth: May 1807

Death: Unknown

Notes

Added by Susan McNair on Apr 04, 2013 10:54 PM

Don Bishop
Browning
I have transferred the two memorials per your request. They were my step great great grandparents. The only child have any info on, is Mary Jane, who married John Smith Bonner.

I have some info on his ancestors going back 6 generations.

Good luck, Don Bishop

Added by Don Bishop on Jan 20, 2013 6:17 AM

A Kemp
RE: Fetters monument
Your question: is that a family plot marker or someone in particular?

I added the following Fetters memorials at Maple Hill Cemetery in Fairfield, IL: Samuel, Nancy, Edward, Zada & Mary

Also added grave photos for Julia Fetters at Maple Hill.

Added by A Kemp on Nov 16, 2012 5:31 PM

Sharon Frank Patrick
Cox family.
It gives me pleasure to photograph loved ones for a family. I have always loved photography and now can put that to use in my retirement years.

Added by Sharon Frank Patrick on Nov 09, 2012 12:01 PM

Sharon Frank Patrick
Cox family Shadowlawn
Your photo's for the family have been added.

Added by Sharon Frank Patrick on Nov 07, 2012 11:25 AM

Sharon Frank Patrick
Cox family
I will get the photo's this week. I love the pictures that you have posted.

Sharon

Added by Sharon Frank Patrick on Nov 05, 2012 4:33 PM

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