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Cathy & Thomas
Old Shiloh, pt II
Oh, it was April of 2009, when we went there.
Added by Cathy & Thomas on Aug 05, 2014 7:00 AM
Cathy & Thomas
Old Shiloh Cemetery, Dexter, TX
We had information from Texas Genweb, Grayson County. That group needed volunteers to go out and archive the cemeteries. We asked a local where it was, rather than stumble around in the woods. That person said that there were folks who went out to that cemetery once a year or so to check on it. It is one tough trip!
Added by Cathy & Thomas on Aug 05, 2014 6:57 AM
RE: Nathaniel B. Reeves
Hi Linda, my email address is I would be happy to share all of my research and photos on the Reeves family if you are also a descendant.

Added by sunlvr on Nov 19, 2013 10:06 AM
T. Jones
RE: James J. Brown
Sorry I could not help with the middle intial. Limited info on Ancestry. His 2 wives are buried with him and possibly one infant.
Added by T. Jones on Aug 13, 2011 3:32 PM
RE: Carrie Conn Honeycutt

Here's what I have in my notes on Julia Ann Buffaloe and her parents.

Starting with Caroline Conn Honeycutt, who we know is buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, my research shows that Carrie (also found as Corine) was born 1878 in Wake County, believed to be the d/o David Conn & Julia Ann Buffaloe. I have found no info on David Conn. Did locate other Conn's in Wake County. They were all from Franklin County. David Conn is believed to have died about 1879. Julia was shown as a widow on the 1880 census, enumerated as Julia CHON (age 31) working as a seamstress and living w/ her parents in Raleigh with her 2 children: Corina (2), and Theodore (7 mos). No further info was found on Theodore, and it is presumed he died young.

I found no info that Julia Buffaloe Conn married a Dancy; but it's possible. I also found a Julia Dancy (age 55)in the State Mental Hospital in 1900. The age fits, and it could be her.

Prior to her marriage to Joseph Honeycutt, Carrie Conn was living in 1900 with her aunt & uncle in Raleigh. This would be her mother's sister, Mary E. Buffaloe (b. 1870), who married in 1887 to a Raleigh grocer, William O'Neill (b. 1867). In 1900, Carrie (age 22), is enumerated as Corine Conn, living with them and working in one of the mills. She would marry Joseph Honeycutt in 1903. Her husband may actually be a cousin of some sort because her maternal grandmother was a Honeycutt.

Carrie's mother -- Julia Ann Buffalow/Buffaloe -- was the d/o William H. Buffalow/Buffaloe (b. 1820 - aft 1880) who married Mary Honeycut/Honeycutt (b. 1826) in Wake Co. on Feb 3, 1845. Julia appears in her parents household on the 1850, 1860, and 1870 census as a Buffalow or Buffaloe; and in 1880 as the widow Chon. William H. Buffaloe was a farmer in St. Mary's (Auburn) in 1850, but later moved to Raleigh where he became a carpenter. They were parents of 7 known children: Julia (ca. 1848), Mary Ann (ca. 1849), Marion (Male, ca. 1852), Nelson (ca. 1855), Sabra (ca. 1859), William H. Jr. (ca. 1861), and Mary (ca. 1870) who married William O'Neill.

William H. Buffalow/Buffaloe was the s/o Jacob Buffalow/Buffloe Sr. who was born about 1785 in Wake County and enumerated on the 1850 St. Mary's Census w/his wife Biddy Brown. (She is also found as Bedy and Bady.) They were parents of 4 known children: William H. (noted above), Jacob Jr. (1824-1902), Elizabeth (ca. 1828) and Annie (ca. 1834). Jacob died before 1860 leaving Biddy destitute. She appears in Raleigh in 1860 where she is working a bare subsistence as a seamstress, while her 26-yr old daughter, Annie, shows her occupation as "prostitute". Biddy Brown Buffaloe died in 1860 and the following was found in local newspaper --

"The Standard of Raleigh, N. C. May 23, 1860

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA -- Wake County -- Court of Equity, Spring Term, 1860
BIDDY BUFFALOW and others vs. ELIZA BROWN and others. Pursuant to an order made at Fall Term, 1859, of the Court of Equity for the county of Wake, the undersigned Clerk and Master, will, on the 30th day of May next, proceed to sell, on the premises, the lands in the pleadings mentioned
and described, to wit: A tract of land situate and lying in Wake County, on the waters of Hairsnipe Creek, adjoining the lands of DAVID POWERS, JAMES COOPER and others, containing 104 acres or thereabouts.
TERMS OF SALE: -- $80 of purchase money to be paid in cash. A credit of six months will be given to the purchaser as to residue, on his entering into bond with approved security, bearing interest from day of sale.
April 20, 1860 ED GRAHAM HAYWOOD, CME"

Biddy Brown Buffaloe's son, Jacob Jr., apparently retained the spelling "Buffalow" and he is buried in Inwood Baptist Church Cemetery in Wake Co. with his wife, Catherine (1831-1899).

Hope this helps.

Patti Fries

Added by pbfries on Mar 26, 2011 9:35 AM
RE: Gaither F. Glance
I have records from a man who read the cemetery up to 2004. If there are any more you think might be in there, let me know. I can look them up. There are more Glance graves in the same area and I think I took a few pictures. Just let me know.
Added by loresann on Mar 24, 2011 6:18 PM
RE: Gaither F. Glance
I have records from a man who read the cemetery up to 2004. If there are any more you think might be in there, let me know. I can look them up. There are more Glance graves in the same area and I think I took a few pictures. Just let me know.
Added by loresann on Mar 24, 2011 4:04 PM
Walter Dunn
RE: Lucinda Glance
I have been working on Llano Cemetery for over 4 years. Hope someone can use this information and add information for others.

Do not have any personal knowledge of the above subject, sorry.

Walter Dunn

Added by Walter Dunn on Mar 12, 2011 9:36 AM
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 35472070
Linda - information on Carrie Honeycutt and her husband was found in census data. Do you happen to know her maiden name? Patti Fries (pronounced Freeze)
Added by pbfries on Jan 31, 2010 10:41 AM

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