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Bev Golden (#47513910)
 member for 3 years, 11 months, 1 day
Krista AQ Thompson
Hi! I'm hoping for some clarification on who's who? The memorial stone at Old Chapel lists both a Sallie Tuley Boyce and a Mrs. Uriel Wright, as well as two separate Belinda Boyces. I'm hoping you can clear it up for me--as things stand, it appears there should be two memorials for Sallie Tuley Boyce?



Added by Krista AQ Thompson on Apr 15, 2015 4:17 PM

Karen S. Lee
Bunton Children
Hi, Bev, According to the LJ records their last name is Benton. I sent you an edit change but wanted to let you know where I was getting my info. If you'll also correct the parents last name in your additional info. I'll go see if there is a head stone for them. Thanks! It's like putting together a puzzle sometimes. Memorials 88381538 & 88381486

Added by Karen S. Lee on Apr 10, 2015 11:29 AM

Karen S. Lee
Bunton Children
Hi, Bev, According to the LJ records their last name is Benton. I sent you an edit change but wanted to let you know where I was getting my info. If you'll also correct the parents last name in your additional info. I'll go see if there is a head stone for them. Thanks! It's like putting together a puzzle sometimes.

Added by Karen S. Lee on Apr 10, 2015 11:28 AM

Keith Robinson
RE: Buckner family
Thank you again for your generous contribution. I'm impressed by the amount of work you have put in to document the lives of these Buckner family members. It's a very large family, so I still have quite a bit of work ahead of me to document the remaining family. Once again - thank you.

Added by Keith Robinson on Mar 31, 2015 5:09 PM

Karen S. Lee
Lulie Witherspoon 88525836
Hi Bev, From what I can tell by being at the cemetery is that Lulie and Luella Ragsdale are the same person. Her dates match and her stone is at the back of the large family Ragsdale stone along with other siblings. Her other memorial is 108605256. If you wouldn't mind deleting I really appreciate it. Thanks.

Added by Karen S. Lee on Mar 30, 2015 10:36 PM

Keith Robinson
RE: Buckners in St. Louis area
Thank you for your generous offer. I'm not related to all of the Buckners in St. Louis County, but everyone at Tribune Baptist Cemetery in Valley Park seems to be part of my family tree. I have a detailed list of Buckner family members that I am related to that I can send to your personal contact email.

I also have to compliment your research skills. I've been trying to figure out the family tree for about as long as I've been on Find A Grave (about 7 years), and you seem to know more about this family than I've been able to reconstruct in that time. Just looking through your list of links, I've found other family that I either didn't know existed, or knew about but had no further information about other than a birth year.

Thanks again.

Added by Keith Robinson on Mar 30, 2015 2:33 AM

Karen S. Lee
Renard, Unknown 88454014
Hi Bev, I have been working on the Lone Jack Cemetery trying to clear up some of the unknowns out there. This memorial is actually already set up and belongs to Elizabeth Ranard 11687787. I really appreciate your work and wondered if you would consider deleting this one as to not duplicate. Thanks so much.

Added by Karen S. Lee on Mar 28, 2015 9:16 PM

Keith Robinson
RE: Charlotte Buckner and James H. Buckner
I am a relative, through the James + Elizabeth Buckner line, but I have only met other relatives from St. Louis a few times. I've been plugging away at the Buckner family tree for a number of years. I've heard that a Buckner family reunion is planned for 2015, so I've been trying to add/fix the family information posted on Find-A-Grave, and link all of the disparate entries into a virtual tree. There are at least 4 other people active on Ancestry Family Trees that have information on the Buckners - what I know is only a subset of what is already available there.

Charlotte Buckner's death certificate is in the Missouri State Archives. I also recently found a marriage record that states that while her father's name listed on the death record was Brookes, her maiden name was actually Letcher (the marriage to William Buckner was her 2nd marriage). I believe that I found this record on Ancestry.

Contact me via email directly if you want more information. I think you can get by clicking on my name in Find-A-Grave.

>Thank you for the additional information for
>both. I've made the additions and corrections. I
>hadn't found Charlotte's death certificate
>before, as I thought she had died sooner. Are you
> a relative?

Added by Keith Robinson on Mar 20, 2015 3:36 AM

Tribune Baptist Cemetery, Valley Park, MO
This cemetery is in my mother's subdivision and I have always been curious about it. Where did you find the information and interments? I just walked it this morning and was sad to see that there aren't any headstones.

Added by hlloehr on Mar 14, 2015 3:19 PM

RE: Lewis Noe
Not really a relative of his, distant relation of his wife. You may keep him :-)

Added by B on Mar 10, 2015 6:42 PM

Bill and Marty
Special Thanks to Bev Golden and Researcher Lane Hash for the Jones family memorials and photos at
The Jones Cannaday Family Cemetery in Virginia.

Added by Bill and Marty on Feb 09, 2015 9:25 PM

Lynn Wagner
Villa Ridge MO
Thank you for the information on Villa Ridge's Altamont School. There is now a Facebook page fr memories of Villa Ridge, if you are interested in joining and sharing.

Added by Lynn Wagner on Feb 01, 2015 12:33 PM

Lucille Adams Smith
RE: Virginia Ellis Shelton
Thanks for the census info on Wayne Shelton. I did not have that part. Census was gave to me by someone else. As Thomas was not my direct line, I did not pursue.
Yes, Thomas's father, Samuel, and my direct ancestor, James Shelton were brothers. Haven't figured out my exact relationship to Thomas & Wayne though.

Added by Lucille Adams Smith on Jan 26, 2015 6:39 PM

Donna Marlow White
RE: Sarah M. Kirkpatrick
hi! can I ask how she is related? my dad told sooo many stories of her...she raised him...I need to go thru my photos...there are several of her.....small world!

Added by Donna Marlow White on Jan 23, 2015 5:34 PM

Lucille Adams Smith
Virginia Ellis Shelton
I have the full name of Virginia as Virginia Carolyn Ellis. She was born December 11, 1847 and died March 8, 1873. The two children, Martha and Laura, you have listed as her children, are listed as nieces on the 1880 census.

Added by Lucille Adams Smith on Jan 22, 2015 10:40 AM

Linda Williams
Caldwell Byrnsides
Thanks Bev. Happy New Year!

Added by Linda Williams on Dec 30, 2014 6:17 PM

Linda Williams
Caldwell Byrnside
I noticed that you have created a memorial in Burnside Cemetery for Caldwell Byrnside. Are you related?

I agree that he is likley buried there.

Added by Linda Williams on Dec 27, 2014 2:34 PM

Virginia Carol Harper Edseth Graham
RE: William Caleb Snow
Thank you Bev! Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Added by Virginia Carol Harper Eds... on Dec 17, 2014 10:36 PM

Virginia Carol Harper Edseth Graham
RE: William Caleb Snow
Bev that would be great if you transfer him to me! I would so appreciate it!

Added by Virginia Carol Harper Eds... on Dec 17, 2014 7:23 PM

Asa N. Hartsock
I just wondered where you got the info that Asa is buried in Tomlinson Cemetery? There is a stone for him in Maplewood Cemetery with his parents stones. Asa was a brother to my great-grandmother, Olive Hartsock Reynolds.

Added by ruthmusic on Nov 17, 2014 11:34 AM

RE: Theresa Reynolds McKay

Added by frenchlady on Nov 15, 2014 5:34 PM

RE: Theresa Reynolds McKay
Beg, I'm related to the father, Joshua, through another daughter. You can transfer to me if you'd like.

Added by frenchlady on Nov 14, 2014 7:26 AM

RE: Lewis Noe
Happy to have you transfer Mr. Noe to me. Not a direct relative; his wife was a distant cousin.

Added by B on Oct 27, 2014 4:40 PM

RE: Henry Lynde

Thanks for everything Bev!

Added by junebug on Oct 06, 2014 3:28 PM

Tony Johnson
Johnson-EAST families
31 September, 1690.
Conveyance from Francis Rowen, planter, to Thomas East; Jane, the wife of said Francis, relinquishes her dower, and Alice Watson, mother of said Francis Rowen, having dower rights also relinquishes. 1 December, 1690.

Thomas East NOTES ( Partial going down to your RIchard Johnson)

Researchers Notes: Appears Francis Rowen son of Alice and Henry Rowen is involed with the Families of Thomas East Who Capt. Joseph Johnson was a Land owner by Thomas East. Alice remarried John Watson whose daughter Sarah Watson married Michael Johnson died 1718 of Tuckahoe Creek, WHITE OAK JOHNSON JJJDNA

It was evidently at the behest of this circle of friends that William Byrd now embarked on a grandiose programme to provide a cycle of liturgical music covering all the principal feasts of the Catholic Church calendar. The first stage in this undertaking comprised the three Ordinary of the Mass cycles (in four, three and five parts), which were published by Thomas East between 1592 and 1595. The editions are undated (dates can be established only by close bibliographic analysis ( Writings of Colonel William Byrd of Westover)

Thomas East, 2nd born abt 1640; These years of birth are approximated from
statements made by the parties themselves in making depositions in various
cases tried in Henrico County Court.

Thomas East, 2nd Born on 1 Jun 1640 in Jordan's Point Charles City, VA.
In 1665 when Thomas was 24, Thomas East, 2nd married Winifred Hudnate, in england. Winifred Hudnate. Born in 1644 in England.

Thomas East, 2nd died in Henrico, Virginia on 2 Jan 1726, he was 85.
Winifred Hundat EAST died in 1665, she was 21.

Researchers NOteS: JOrdans Point home of Samuel Jordan married to Ceciley REYNOLDS BAYLEY JORDAN FARRAER MONTGAUE: Jordans Point is part of Wards Creek home of Capt. Joseph Johnson Merchant of London and wife Margaret: Jordans POint Original Called Tappahanna in first land deeds 1608-1635

Researchers NOteS Jordan Point in 1622-23 aka Jordans Bush aka Jordans Plantions is where we find Richard Johnson servant of William Farrer of Lincolnshire England but family is from Yorkshire England. Richard Johnson land owner at SHIrley Hundred Island, Sizemores Creek, Neck of Land and APpotomax River and Tobacco Inspector on the APpottomax River with William Hatcher and one other. Richard Johnson died Henrico CO Va 1698, need his will for JJDNA FILES
Thomas S. East, Sr. 1640 Benington, Lincolnshire, England January 26, 1725 Henrico, New Kent, Virginia, Son of Thomas East and ???? East
Husband of Dorothy East and Winifred Hudnate / Hundate Napier
Father of Thomas East, Jr.; Mavell Alsop Robertson; Wife of John Robertson Mary East; James East and Edward East, Sr.
Brother of Jane East and Jane East
Half brother of Della Victoria Wiggins and Nell Lorraine Dorsett

CAPT. JOSEPH JOHNSON, 567^ acs. Charles City Co., Sept. 14, 1642,
Page 837. Bounding W. on land of Bikers, E. on the Merchants Land, S. on the ponds & N. on the River. Its breadth being from the howse of Richard Williams unto the howse of Thomas East. Due sd. Johnson for his fourth part of the Merchants land as by order dated March 23, 1642.

Capt. Joseph Johnson 567 ˝ acs Sept 1642 bounding W on land of Bikers, E on the Merchant’s Land, S on the ponds, N on the river. Its breath being from the howse of Richard Williams unto the howse of Thomas East. CPv1 RESEARCH OF LINDA STARR

Of note; this Thomas East is a Land Owner in 1642; which would mean he is born about or before 1621
An agreement which was made by Thomas Cocke (2) of Pickthorn Farm, Henrico Co., with an individual named “Tho East” who was tenant on his land. This document duly signed and executed in the presence of witnesses, 20 August 1672, was long afterwards, 1 October 1691, “Produced in Court at tryall of a Cause between ye subscribed Cocke and East” (Col. Records Henrico, V, folio 245, Va. State Library). In it Thomas Cocke (2) confirms in writing an oral agreement which he made with Thomas East some three or four years earlier whereby East was to “lease” for a term of twenty years “One parcel of land lying & being within the line of that land belonging now to me and my brother as being given us by the Will of our father and Pattent in the name of him and John Beauchamp”,

My Notes: This Thomas Cocke again takes us right back to Ceciley Reynolds Bayley and to Jordans Point at the mouth of Bikers Creek.

Morgan Jones appears in several entries in Charles City County, during the period 1655 to 1662. In 1655 the Charles City Court ordered that Morgan Jones should have and enjoy for his own use all the male cattle from the stock belonging to the children of James Monfort (Munford) deceased in consideration for educating these children and preserving their stock. In 1665 James Montfort stated he had received from his loving father in law Morgan Jones all his portion and claim. Morgan Jones had married the widow of James Montford, Sr. He was the stepfather of James Munford, Jr. (Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. Volume XLII p. 44)
Morgan Jones went to court to secure Jane, the orphan of Thomas East, for the remainder of her indenture to John Griffith. Morgan Jones was ordered to pay Captain David Peibils (Peebles) 264 lb. of tobacco which was due per a bill, and it was also ordered that John White was to make good 90 lb. of tobacco, the rest of a hogshead, unto Morgan Jones. If White failed to do this Captain David Peibils was ordered to make good his promise and satisfy the debt. Mrs. Sara Hooe was ordered to pay Morgan Jones 860 lb. of tobacco out of her late husband’s estate.
Thomas East 1 land owner by Capt. Joseph Johnson is deceased leaving a known daughter Jane East
Edward Sr. East, b. 1662, Henrico County Virginia, d. 1734, Virginia.


Lots more cross infromation leading to you RIchard Johnson and ? East marriage

Tony L. Johnson
Librirain for JJJDNA website found on rootsweb. com or

Added by Tony Johnson on Oct 01, 2014 9:15 AM


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