Semi-professional genealogist, in the field since the early 1960s. Retired librarian & archivist, 30 years with Dallas Public Library, half of it in local history and genealogy. Editor of the Louisiana Genealogical Register, 2000-2010, journal of the Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Society. Volunteer administrator at WeRelate.org, the world's largest genealogy wiki.
David Rowles Sorry about the mix-up. The guy that put that marker on his grave has put these markers on the stones that were unreadable.(soldiers) I will remove that photo from his memorial page. Karen
Margaret Ann Mattox Leather Margaret Ann's father Peter Mattox (Mattocks) is my 3rd Great-great uncle. Do you have any proof of who Peter's parents. My info say they were Henry Mattocks and Sarah ?. I would appreciate any help you could give to me Fred Mattox firstname.lastname@example.org
Rowles Family in Fountain Co. My 3rd Great Grandmother, was Rebecca (Barnum) Abbott. Her husband, James Abbott, JP in Fountain Co., IN died in 1827, and she remarried a ? Rowles, as per probate records for James Abbott Sr, in CT. Sometime after 1830 and before 1842. She was still living in Fountain Co. in 1842. I see documents in Fountain Co., with a Judge David Rowles, working with James Abbott, JP in 1826-27. Any connection?
I am looking for the Rowles whom she married, and the dates of her birth and death. I know she married James Abbott about 1805, in CT, before moving to IN about 1815-1818. Regards Ross
RE: Memorial #78249965 The death certificate shows: Lizzie Celia Clements, and the Miles Cemetery record shows Elizabeth Celia Clements died 21 March 1918 and is buried in Section C, Lot 59 - burial date: 22 March 1918. One of the few death certificates during that time frame my Great Grandfather "E. N. Voss" wasn't the undertaker. He was very ill for a couple of weeks in mid March 1918.
Would you like me to email you a copy of the death certificate ?
RE: Margaret Bagby Fixed it--thanks! George Henry Bagby is my mother-in-law's 2nd great grandfather. It is hard to keep all the Bagbys straight, and I think there were two separate Bagby families in the area.