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Gloria Beasley Arnold (#47886054)
 member for 2 years, 7 months, 11 days
Jesse J. Bullens III
RE: Margaret Coffee Bullen
It's possible that you have Margaret's sister, Nancy, confused with another. Margaret's parents were John Coffee (b. 1776, d. 1845) and Elizabeth Rucker (b. 1787, d 1855). If her sister, Nancy, was actually b. 1784, she would have been 3 years older than her mother and her father would have been 9 years old when she was born.

My Nancy Coffey was b. 12 Jan 1811, d. 20 Nov 1896. She was in the 1880 census with Isaac and Margaret but if you read the whole description of her she was listed as "idiotic", "cannot read" and "cannot write". Therefore, it is logical to conclude that, she never married and she lived with Isaac, and Margaret, until her death.

You can find her tombstone at Find-a-Grave Memorial # 38041393. If I can be of any further help let me know.

Added by Jesse J. Bullens III on Feb 22, 2015 12:21 PM

Vicki Cannon and Julia Lewis
RE: Albert B Beasley
I'm sorry, but I'm not related to the Beasley family. I made the memorial page strictly from the death notice I found in the paper. I'd be happy to transfer the page to you, if you'd like. Just let me know.

Added by Vicki Cannon and Julia Le... on Sep 03, 2014 4:12 AM

Kent Smith
George Douglas
Hi Gloria,
Glad to have helped a bit. Best of luck with your ancestry. Kent Smith

Added by Kent Smith on Aug 23, 2014 8:58 AM

Kent Smith
RE: George Douglass
Hello again Gloria,
Thanks for the reply. But just out of curiosity go ahead and check the dates on your lineage. A 34th g-grandfather represents 37 generations (with the grandfather, father & you). With 572 years between you and old George, that would be about 15 years average per generation, which I guess is physically possible. But Charlemagne, for example, is considered about a 34th great-grandfather ancestor to most Europeans and he lived in the year 800.
Good luck again. You live in a beautiful state. Kent Smith

Added by Kent Smith on Aug 18, 2014 9:51 AM

Kent Smith
George Douglas
Hello Gloria,
Good luck with your research, but please recheck the lineage from George Douglas (1378-1402). I don't think it's really possible for him to be a 34th g-grandfather. He's my 17th g-grandfather, which would put about 400 years between us. You look younger than I do. Kent Smith

Added by Kent Smith on Aug 17, 2014 5:24 PM

Gloria-Thank you for the updates, and a big thank you for all of your work in Garrard County! Laura.

Added by Honor on Jun 03, 2014 11:57 AM

Ronald Kanatzar
RE: Columbus G Kanatzar
The name on the marker is Knatzar. I have it listed under Kanatzar. Your record is 108750359.
My gggrandfather's eldest brother.


Added by Ronald Kanatzar on May 10, 2014 4:38 PM

Gary Parker
John Joseph Higginbotham
Please email me at
Gary Parker

Added by Gary Parker on May 02, 2014 11:47 PM

Myra IV 💕
Common Kin by marriage
Thank you for the suggestion, Gloria, I have connected My Elsie Gertrude Cheek to your William Tiblin Dalton... Would love to share info. My sister & I have some old photos... ~Myra

Added by Myra IV 💕 on Mar 17, 2014 11:53 AM

Bernina L Norton
RE: Della Lee
Thanks for your work on this. I do have a death certificate and an announcement indicating that my grandmother was buried there. My dad told me once that the cemetery was relocated or some tombstones were relocated. Any other suggestions for where I can find more information?

Added by Bernina L Norton on Oct 03, 2013 12:55 PM

Samuel Halley
Whoops. I forgot to tell you that Samuel Halley died July 30, 1872. I have no birth information. His wife, Miriam, was b. Nov. 17, 1804, so Samuel was likely born around that time.

By the way there is a tombstone photo on her memorial.

Added by Sabu on Oct 02, 2013 12:08 PM

Mary Margaret Halley
Hi Gloria,

Thanks so much for linking Mary Margaret Halley to her parents, Miriam & Samuel, so promptly.

Now all we are missing is a photo of
Samuel's (Memorial #47218626) tombstone at Lexington Cemetery. He's in Plot: Section O, Lot 154, Part: S1/2.

I noticed that "nk", who created his memorial, put in a photo request on Sept. 30th. Is this something you could do? Certainly I would do it if I could, but I live very far away....

Added by Sabu on Oct 02, 2013 9:37 AM

Hampton Halley Lisle
Hello Gloria,

Thank you for updating Hampton Halley Lisle's memorial. This is an illustrious family with many high ranking military people. The above's son, Hampton Halley Lisle, Jr., died April 7, 1945 in Florence Italy while serving during WWII. His widow, Laura Frenger, m2 Harold Woods. She died Dec. 16, 1999, but I have no idea where or if she is buried.

Meanwhile their son, (Hampton & Laura) Hampton Halley Lisle III, married Elizabeth Banks and she passed away recently in December, 2012. I have not been able to find out what happened to Hampton Halley Lisle III. Perhaps he is still alive or others can fill in the missing blanks.

This is more than you need to know about the Hampton Halley Lisle's!!


Added by Sabu on Sep 24, 2013 6:05 PM

Headstone photo for Randall Noe
Thank you for trying. Look forward to see if you can find information on if there was a stone.

Added by Bev on Dec 31, 2012 7:45 PM


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