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|christina pass||a descendant of the house family|
My name is Tina Pass and I have been working on ancestry for 10 years starting out knowing little about this side of the family. I just was wondering how are you related to me my grand mother is Lillian E. House. I am the daughter of her son Charles Woodard. I am still struggling on my father fathers side if any pointers would appreciate.
|Sharon M Campbell||LAURA VAUGHN #9115451|
I've taken a liberty again & filled in Laura's data, which comes from her death cert #23260. She died in Booth Memorial Hosp of bronchial pneumonia. She was the d/o of John H & Rebecca Jane Campbell Sebree. (Not my Campbells)
Poor Orville is pretty much nowhere to be found except in 1900 census for Florence, Boone Co Ky, w/Laura & son Ransom.
Ransom is not b'd with his parents; he is b'd in Oakwood Cemetery, Saginaw Michigan. You can find him on Findagrave, #129948722.
What a very sad headstone.
|Beverly - Ohio||Elizabeth #7879043|
"It was told that the Widow Hendren, who married Fullilove, when introduced to him said, "I am glad to meet you. I am full of love too." My last message, you may use these or delete them. They are a little history from Madison Co. where I live now.
|Beverly - Ohio||Brutus J. Fullilove|
"said to have been a natural son of Green Clay, accompanied Cassius M. Clay to Russia as Minister in 1863".
|Beverly - Ohio||Irvine Hendren|
"Killed by lightning".
|Beverly - Ohio||Betty A., w/o Perry C. Long in Gilead C.|
"Betty A. Long, sister to Allen A. Burton, daughter of Pursley Bob Burton"
|Beverly - Ohio||Gilead Cemetery|
You have the dates so, "Elizabeth Byrum Logan Layton; Wm. Layton, Wm. Byrum & Penolope Byrum."
|Beverly - Ohio||Gilead Cemetery -your memorials|
From the 1946 publication, A Story of Four Churches and Reminiscences of Poosey Ridge In Madison Country, KY, by Forrest Calico, pg. 21 speaking of early marked graves : Major Nicholas Schooler (1794-1877), "probably militia major of War of 1812"; Margaret Schooler (1817-1887) "Her two children, Nick and Samuel, were born after she was fourty-two."
|Beverly - Ohio||Phoebe (Tydor) and her husband, Dr. Oliver Perry Sallee|
From the 1946 publication, A Story of Four Churches and Reminiscences of Poosey Ridge in Madison Country, KY, by Forrest Calico, pg. 21 speaking of early marked graves : (It was said that the Doctor never made a call that his wife, Phoebe, did not try to put a clean shirt on him.)
Loved it! Sorry I couldn't use the edit button.
|Sharon||RE: Mable Benton (Unknown-Aug. 6, 1906)|
I appreciate your prompt reply. Yes, I would like to be added to the Jessamine Co Genealogy site. Thanks for your help!
Added by Sharon on Nov 02, 2015 11:27 AM
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