|Doc||We share Kin|
MAry Beth, I found your find a grave site tonight. My gr grandmother was Minnie Adair Cox Ledbetter b SC. She is descended from James Robert Adair of Cherokee History and GA history founder of Adairsville GA, married to GA HO GA Cherokee maiden. His father James R Adair "a physican" wrote the history of the American Indians of SE United States published in 1800's in London England. Also married to a Cherokee women and others. I was looking for Morelands of GA and east TN tonight as my GGGG grandmother was Sarah Sallie Moreland married William Russell. They moved to Wilkes Co GA in late 1700's and migrated to east TN.Jefferson Co TN 1805 then on to McMinn Co TN 1840 . There are many Morelands in McMinn Co TN until mid 1800's when they migrated to MO. I was looking at Thomas Moreland is possibly related to my Morelands of McMInn Co TN. I noted while looking you had Hudson's as well. My DNA shows me going back to Hudson even though I spell my name Hutson. I have been looking for my gg grandfather James A Hutson of GA who ran away from home around 1860 to McMinn Co TN and married Elizabeth Russell of McMInn Co TN in 1867. Just curious about some possible Hudson family info you you have any. I live in Marietta GA and have for over 45 years. If you have any info on the Hudson;s in your Find A Grave file I would appreciate any info. Thanks Dr Jim Hutson
Added by Doc on Jun 26, 2016 7:20 PM
|Doc||We share Kin|
MAry Beth, I found your find a grave site tonight. My gr grandmother was Minnie Adair Cox Ledbetter. She is descended from James Robert Adair of Cherrokee History and GA history founder of Adairsville GA. married to GA HO GA Cherokee madien. His father James R Adair "a physican" wrote the history of the American Indians of SE United States published in 1800's in London England. Also married to a Cherokee women and others. I was looking for Morelands of GA and east TN tonight as my GGGG grandmother was Sarah Sallie Moreland married William Russell. They moved to Wilkes Co GA in late 1700's and migrated to east TN.Jefferson Co TN 1805 then on to McMinn Co TN 1840 . There are many Morelands in McMinn Co TN until mid 1800's when they migrated to MO. I was looking at Thomas Moreland is possibly related to my Morelands of McMInn Co TN. I noted while
Added by Doc on Jun 26, 2016 7:13 PM
|Bridget Hayward||RE: Haywire|
Hi Ms. Henley,
Thank you for your kind words. It's nice to know there is still interest in those good old days!
I saw another message wherein someone referenced Don Henley--if you are related to him…boy am I a big fan! Wow I loved his work in the Eagles and his solo work.
Thank you again.
Added by Bridget Hayward on Apr 12, 2016 5:20 PM
|JMS||Re: Leander Ritch|
Hi Mary Beth. It was a nice surprise to get your message, I've sent you an email.
Added by JMS on Mar 18, 2016 6:22 PM
|Ancestor Hunter*||Ralph Hugh Russ|
Find A Grave Memorial# 144800759
New information and photos have been added to both his and his wife's memorial. Just thought you would like to know.
Added by Ancestor Hunter* on Dec 13, 2015 2:36 PM
|Linda A/||Henley Family|
Mary Beth, while photographing Robert's headstone, I found another Henley stone next to Robert for Ida. If you would like that photo also, please let me know.
Added by Linda A/ on Sep 28, 2015 1:54 PM
|Lisa Wells||Just curious|
Hi. My name is Lisa Wells. I'm a Native Texan and love our Don Henley. I'm curious, who does he look like, his mom or dad? It's not important to others. I'm a big heritage fan and would like to know. Also, I'm the founder/president of an Eagles fan page on Facebook. The Eagles...Basses Loaded. I've actually seen Mr. Henley at the market.
Thank you for your research and response.:-)
N. Richland Hills, Texas.
Added by Lisa Wells on Jul 16, 2015 8:43 PM
Greetings, I hope that this message finds you well. I work at the Douglas County Museum of History and Art, and was curious as to if you would be willing to share records of your family, with us. Copies are fine, if you are inclined to share. We would love to be able to talk to you about your family.
- Brian Stout
Added by Brian Stout on Jul 10, 2015 12:43 PM
|Robert Miller||Ramage and Dillard Families|
Are you related to The Dillard And Ramage Families? I am I would like to talk Dillard and Ramage Family & Genealogy.
Praying To Hear From You Very Soon.
My Home E-MAIL ADDRESS IS: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Robert Miller on May 26, 2015 8:36 PM
|Trails of History||Isabella Hamilton Little|
Mary Beth, I sorry, but I do not have the names Isabella Hamilton or Col. James Little in my family tree. I wish I could have been more helpful.
Added by Trails of History on Apr 19, 2015 8:25 AM
|M C||RE: McCleskey Milton Guards|
It's an Annual Old Soldiers Day Parade now & family celebration. You can look it up as it is help in Alpharetta every year I think in May.
Added by M C on Apr 15, 2015 6:38 PM
|M C||The McCleskey civil war survivors in Alpharetta area|
I have a couple of photos of a 1909/1910 Old Soldier's Day Reunion still held annually with several that served in the 38th GA Inf. Co B, "Old Milton Guards" and their battle flag photo. In the photo are a few that are unidentified. John M. McCleskey may have served and if so may be in this photo as unidentified.
Go to Find A Grave Memorial# 55697275 to view the photos. Click on the photos for all the names listed.
Added by M C on Apr 15, 2015 8:59 AM
|TNG_of_Thomas||Florence Neal Wimberly marker|
I will also re-take a photo of this marker, as is is very near to Mrs. Miller's. I also wanted to mention, according to the electronic records of Myrtle Hill online the lot numbers of these two markers are reversed. It shows Mrs. Wimberly's marker in OR 062 and Mrs. Miller's in OR 063.
Added by TNG_of_Thomas on Mar 07, 2015 10:46 PM
|TNG_of_Thomas||Carolyne Neal Miller marker|
The picture of CAROLYNE NEAL MILLER'S marker is not the best it can be, I was in a hurry the day I took it and was not prepared to give it the attention I should have. I posted the picture to reassure you that your photo request would not be ignored. I will within a short while retake a photo of her marker (this time taking care to obtain the best image of it.)
Added by TNG_of_Thomas on Mar 07, 2015 10:27 PM
|Kerry Steiner||Kattie Blanche Martin|
Kattie has been transferred. I'm glad she is with family :)
Added by Kerry Steiner on Feb 22, 2015 8:52 AM
I am researching my Burns family and have reached Arminda Ann Elizabeth Neal Burns. She is the daughter of Lavina Conley (1803-1877) and a William Neal. Can you identify the William Neal and where he is buried? Also, I have found a Louise Keshiah/Kesiah Neal (1827-1843), that seems to be one of Arminda's sisters, can you confirm that, and do you know where she is buried? I found her name connected to Clarksville, TN. Perhaps a U.S. Cemetery and Funeral Home?
Thank you, and am looking forward to your reply!
Clairine Johnson, Burns, Manley, Todd, etc (lol)
Added by Clairine Johnson on Oct 25, 2014 5:02 AM
|Joyce Jarvis||Photos for Whitmire/Staton Gravestones|
Mary Beth, thank you so much for your efforts to get the photos of Nancy Whitmire and James Fleming Staton Gravestones. I really appreciate it! Joyce
Added by Joyce Jarvis on Sep 27, 2014 3:13 PM
Hi! I transferred the records you requested. Thank you so much for taking these on and personalizing the memorials for these loved ones. God Bless.
Added by ChilledByStone on Jun 09, 2014 11:11 AM
|J Geoghan||Holcombes at Ball Cemetery|
Hi, I transferred not only the few Holcombes you requested but also all the other ones I had in there as well. I have no relation to them. Was just helping to transcribe the cemetery. Hope you don't mind. I'm sure you probably just got a flurry of emails about them. - Jennifer
Added by J Geoghan on Jun 05, 2014 1:40 PM
|Bob Bartlett||Albert B. Clark|
I transferred his site to you. Have fun
Added by Bob Bartlett on Jun 03, 2014 12:29 PM
|Bob Bartlett||Ethel Montaree Harbin McCleskey Clark|
I transferred the site to you.
Added by Bob Bartlett on Jun 03, 2014 5:49 AM
|Lisa Bass||RE: Robert Kemp Photo|
Glad to help. I went to school with Karen Kemp. I was sorry to see that she had died. I used to love to go into Weaverville Drug Store and get milk shakes when I was growing up. I can remember Mr. Kemp working in the pharmacy.
Added by Lisa Bass on May 29, 2014 6:21 PM
|Mary Jackson||Barney Bryan|
Mary Beth - I've transferred the above name/info to you -
Added by Mary Jackson on May 07, 2014 6:08 PM
|Michael Shaffer||Ratliff Boone|
Mary,I transferred Ratliff Boone to you. I'm not related to the Boone family. It's my wife who is related to them. Her great grandparents were John Biggers Mabry and Frances Lucretia Boone. Frances was the daughter of Samuel Jasper Boone, son of Ratliff Boone.
Added by Michael Shaffer on Mar 18, 2014 8:53 PM
|Pat Gillespie||RE: Mayme Little Adair#75473858|
Sure, I'm happy to do that for you.
Added by Pat Gillespie on Feb 02, 2014 1:24 PM