My great grand father was James A Britain.
One of his sons was Vern Britain.
Vern had 2 sons
Kenneth and Keith
Both had Kids
Keith is my Father
I'am Vern Britain
I thought I might have more information on Diama ( I think it was Diana) I do have a lot of old photo negitives some may of Diama and James , I would not know.
my e-mail if this find you in good health
Added by Britain on Jul 04, 2014 9:16 PM
|Ed Sanders||RE: Leon Skoba|
Thanks for the reply, I also received a note from Janet.
Leon and I were in the Army together in Germany and both of us married German girls.We were wondering where they went after Leon got out of the Army
Tell him hello for us and if he wants to contact us my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Ed Sanders on Jun 03, 2014 5:29 PM
|L.F. Jones||Lydia Sweeten (Whitehead)|
Thank you so much for managing Lydia's site. I am a Whitehead descendant (Lydia would be my great great grandmother on my fathers side). I can provide add'l to family you may have contact info for.
Where's William? He made the 1900 CO census with the family but disappears.
Hope to hear from you,
Added by L.F. Jones on May 02, 2014 12:47 AM
|B9B||RE: John K. Sallee|
Yes. I didn't see that: Hannah's parents b. TN/AR.
Added by B9B on Apr 05, 2014 2:49 AM
|B9B||RE: John K. Sallee|
Diama A. and Levi were boarders in hoh David Baucom, in the 1880 MO Greene Co census for Pond Creek, p144a [HeritageQuest pg nums]. It has parents born TN and AR, for each, so I thought they were most likely sister and brother, though there is the possibility it was her first marriage.
Added by B9B on Apr 04, 2014 4:21 AM
Diamey's name was confusing, but I finally settled on: Diama (Dianey) Angeline Sallie, Diamey Britain. She married James Alexander Britain 18 Nov 1880 (place unresearched). James was a son of George W Britain, of MO Greene Co local fame. He and Diamey had 6 children. Diama A. was b.29 Dec 1860 AR Pulaski Co, Little Rock; d.20 Dec 1939 MO Barry Co, Monett. [MO d.c. #42674; "Peddicord Ltrs."]
Now for your question: I have John Sallie (Salee) as father (unresearched). A William Sallie age 52, b.MO, was listed in hoh James A. Britain [MO Greene Co, N. Campbell, p.67b; HeritageQuest pg nums]. That last sentence you most likely have. The name John Sallie was from the "Peddicord Ltrs."
People of the name Sallee bought and sold land in MO Greene Co, between 1848 and 1876 [MO Greene Co deeds]. There are no marriages, with spelling variations, in Woodruff's Greene Co marriage books. Some of the next generation married in MO Christian Co.
James Alexander Britain used the spelling variation Brittain, pretty much his whole life.
Curious, so pls let me in on what you find?
Added by B9B on Mar 31, 2014 3:03 PM
|Sue Hawk Ridgley||RE: Lockhart/Sallee|
I don't have much of anything in my trees on the Lockhart line as it is just a collateral line. I have taken a lot of pictures of Long Point, near Niantic, and a number of the Lockharts are buried there. There were some Sallees in the Decatur area, but I haven't studied or searched for them.
Have you tried ancestry.com or familysearch?
Added by Sue Hawk Ridgley on Mar 29, 2014 8:32 AM
|J & J Wiggins||Aranaus Sallee|
Tonya, I do have a John Kalvin Sallee listed as a brother to Aranaus Sallee. And I also saw the Mo. Death Cert. listing Johns parents as Jacob and Elizabeth(Lockhart). Not sure where that's coming from. If you would like to correspond, email me at
Are you related thru John Kalvin?
Added by J & J Wiggins on Mar 29, 2014 2:10 AM
|Snapper||RE: Josiah Ownes|
My great grandmother is Amanda Jane Bell Hawkins; looks like I am a generation older than you.
Added by Snapper on Jan 29, 2014 8:59 PM
I am descended from Jane Bell.
Added by Snapper on Jan 15, 2014 7:22 AM
|Virginia Brown||Emaline Bell|
Thanks for the information, which I knew. I didn't realize that I had never finished her memorial. I have added a little more to her bio.
Jane Bell & her children who went by the last name of Bell instead of Owens has definitely has caused some confusion with the Bell line of Emaline's husband, John Bell. John's father was Henry Bell, my gg-uncle.
Added by Virginia Brown on Jan 11, 2014 8:22 PM
|Lila Fleetwood Spence||RE: Pictures|
You're very welcome Tonya. I wish I had a lot more to post. I know Mom had a lot of photos & I'm hoping to get some of those very soon. Lila
Added by Lila Fleetwood Spence on Nov 18, 2013 8:46 PM
|Cindy Moores||Drury Upshaw|
No, I have not run across any materials referencing him as Andrew. I have quite a few references on him, all very consistent in his name. If you have an email address I can email you all my research notes!
Added by Cindy Moores on Jul 20, 2013 4:44 PM
|Judy K. Roberts||Hannah E. Sallee Baucom|
I do not have any info, but I know a lady who might. I will check with her and let you know!
Sorry for the delay.
Added by Judy K. Roberts on Nov 09, 2012 7:16 AM
|Lila Fleetwood Spence||Email address|
Hi Tonya. My email address is email@example.com The mail should go through with that address :) Lila
Added by Lila Fleetwood Spence on Nov 02, 2012 4:23 PM
|Virginia Brown||RE: Rensch|
Sorry,but I couldn't find anything more than you know about Nettie. I looked in a few data bases including looking for her name in NewspaperArchive.com without any luck.
I will let you know if I should find anything.
Best of luck,
Added by Virginia Brown on Oct 18, 2012 1:53 PM
#8920813 - have you come across this memorial?
Added by GeorgiaCA on Sep 22, 2012 3:30 PM
Grundy County, Missouri was organized January 2, 1841 from part of Livingston County.
Added by GeorgiaCA on Sep 22, 2012 8:34 AM
#8519357 Memorial creator has put wife of G - it may be wife of C. The year of death matches the inquiry.
Added by GeorgiaCA on Sep 22, 2012 8:01 AM
Seek info on RENSCH/RENCH family descendants. Conrad RENSCH m Hannah ROBINETTE 1842 in IN. They lived in Grundy Co. and had 3 ch: Ida, Etta and John, all born Grundy Co. Hannah d 7 Dec 1868. Conrad m (2) Lucy BLAKE (likely a widow with children). Who were Conrad's parents? Did the family come from Germany?
Marie B. Bruner, Box 457, Evansburg, Alberta, Canada
I found the above at Grundy Gleanings.
Added by GeorgiaCA on Sep 22, 2012 7:54 AM
Stucker Cemetery - Grundy County - Missouri
There are others of the Rensch family with grave-sites there too.
Added by GeorgiaCA on Sep 22, 2012 6:59 AM
|Virginia Brown||RE: Trying to find cemetery|
I'm sorry, but I don't. I've faced this dilemma many times & know how very frustrating it can be. Trying different name combinations in Google might give you a clue.
Will let you know if I find something.
Added by Virginia Brown on Sep 21, 2012 6:16 PM
|Charly Packard-Miller||RE: Sweeten/Sweeton|
PM me with an email address. I think I can help.
Added by Charly Packard-Miller on Aug 31, 2012 6:47 AM
What a beautiful headstone - and nice photography! Thanks for the information update.
Added by GeorgiaCA on Aug 26, 2012 9:26 AM
|Mark and Kay||Keltner Correction|
We received a request to link some people to a Keltner, however, you did not tell us if you are related to the person or where you got the information. We only add and make links when we can verify the information with an obit, death certificate, etc. If you are related please give us that information and tell us how you are related. Thank you
Added by Mark and Kay on Aug 25, 2012 8:34 PM