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Jeff Wheat (#48159088)
 member for 3 years, 5 months, 19 days
Just Plain Nosy
RE: Duncan D McDonald
You're welcome! :)

Added by Just Plain Nosy on Dec 30, 2015 1:48 PM

Charlotte Hardamon Coble
RE: Pattillo family Cemetety
Jeff I do not live in this area, but have family living there. Contact the Cass County Historical Society, Atlanta, Texas...they will know. The hours are strange so go online or contact the Atlanta, Texas librarian for names and numbers.....Patillo is in our family line. Let me know what you come up with...Charlotte

Added by Charlotte Hardamon Coble on Jul 14, 2015 9:05 AM

RE: Lillie E. Mitchell
Thanks! I do have Lillie in my records now as Lillie Elophese Mitchell, and her burial place does read as Pike Cmty. in Collin, TX on her certificate. William Bryan must have named her after his older half-sister, Lillie Mae.

Good to connect with you!


Added by Babs on Aug 04, 2014 8:02 PM

Lillie E. Mitchell

I am a great granddaughter of William Perry Mitchell & Granddaughter of Nova Susie, and if I have my research correct, you are a great grandson of her brother, William Bryan Mitchell & wife, Irene, making us kin--so Hello cousin!!

I was wondering who this Lillie Mitchell is and how she fits into our Mitchell family. The only Lillie Mitchell I have found was Gr-Grandfather Mitchell's daughter by his 1st wife. Her name was Lillie Mae Mitchell and she married a Madding. She is buried in Elm Grove Cmty, Westminister, Collin, Texas. Enlighten me here if you can!!


Added by Babs on Jul 25, 2014 11:12 PM

Terry Parten
George Washington Wilson
Thank you for the filling the picture request.... I hoped there was one out there.

Added by Terry Parten on May 26, 2014 8:46 AM

Craig pics
Thank you for your time in taking these pictures. It is greatly appreciated.

Added by SScott on May 25, 2014 6:10 PM

Brummett / Wheat
Hi, again, Jeff!

Just wanted to check with you and see how the research is going and if you've made anymore exciting trips, lately...

I recently went out to Long Creek Cemetery and found several Brummett interments, there (Sunnyvale, Dallas, Texas). I'm hoping to be "digging in" to this research and see if they are relatives. It is a very old cemetery. I believe the first burial there was in 1855, if I'm not mistaken. Many of John's (my huband's) relatives are buried there.

Hope you're having a GREAT WEEK! Write if you can, Dear!

Take Care....


Added by j* on Oct 02, 2013 5:49 PM

RE: Wheat/Brummett
Hi, Jeff!

I just recently (this year) acquired some information regarding the Brumett family that I could confirm (long story).

Please feel free to email me at work: I'll be happy to share whatever I have, Dear...

ALWAYS nice to meet RELATIVES! :)



Added by j* on Jun 21, 2013 4:28 PM


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