I was born and raised in Houston, Texas, my husband Bo was born and raised in Vian, Oklahoma. Bo is part Native American, we have found his Cherokee ancestors who came to Oklahoma from Georgia, they were called Early Settlers because they left a short time before the Trail of Tears of 1838.
I am related to most of my memorials, and have written all the bio's unless otherwise noted. If I have added your family member and they are not my family, I will transfer. Find a Grave is a wonderful site, and I have made some wonderful, caring friends.
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Barnes graves in Bedias Hello Donna, I see you sponsored three graves in Bedias Memorial Cemetery for the Barnes family. If you are a relative, please let me know and will be happy to transfer to you. Patricia
Rachel Andrews Weaver I loved your research. I also have trouble with the first four children. Clement IV, William, Judith and Joseph. Especially Judith and Joseph. Judith was born 6-24-1674 and Joseph was born 12-4-1674. I always thought one was born in in 1673 or 1675. But it makes sense if Judith was from Rachel's first marriage. And Joseph was from Clement Weaver first marriage. I have Clement and Rachel having Benjamin (1682), Rachel (24 December 1684-18 Feb 1711), Rebecca (1686-1716) and Alice (1688). I am related through Rachel by marriage to Timothy Peckham in 1706. I have Clement IV (1669-19 Feb 1738), William (1670-1719) and Joseph (12-4-1674 to 11 Jul 1751) and Judith born 24 Jun 1674 and died 1751.
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Sam Family I have been doing research on my Native American family tree. I came across the pages for White Tobacco Sam and Creek Sam and noticed the photos. Do you have any information on that family? Thank you for your work!
RE: # 68956655 Rachel Andrews Weaver As far as I know it is Andrews. That book did not list her as having been married before she married Weaver. But it is possible that she did marry a man name Andrews and he died early on into their marriage. That happened to my maternal 2x great grandmother. Her first husband died less than a year after they married (and a month before their daughter was born) and her 2nd husband (whom I descend from) adopted the little girl. I doubt we'll ever know.
# 68956655 Rachel Andrews Weaver I am not if this is new info or if you already know this, but apparently Rachel was Clement's second wife. He married his first wife in abt 1668. They had at least one child, a son William, that I know of. There might be more. Nothing seems to be known about her. Clement and Rachel married in 1677. After Clement died, Rachel married a William Bennett in abt 1693. I have noticed that Rachel's daughter Judith (Judia/Judea) was born in 1674, three years before Rachel married Clement. The book "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" by Clarence Torrey on Ancestry indicate that her marriage to Clement was her first. Given that, I think it's possible that Judith was illegitimate and maybe Clement adopted her upon marrying Rachel. Either that or Judith's year of birth is wrong. That's what I think anyway.
Sgt. Clement Weaver and Mary Freeborn 9th gr. grandparents.
Elizabeth Weaver Your 8th great grandmother Birth 1645 in Newport, Rhode Island Death 1697 in Cold Springs, Bucks, Pennsylvania
Spouse: Rev Thomas Dungan. Your 8th great grandfather Birth 13 February 1635 in St Martin, Westminster, London, England. Death 1 Feb 1688 in Cold Springs, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Sarah Dungan. Your 7th great grandmother Birth 1678 in Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island Death 29 May 1760 in Northampton, Bucks, Pennsylvania And Spouse: James Carrell. Your 7th great grandfather Birth 1666 in Rathmullen, Ulster, Ireland Death 10 Feb 1720 in Warminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania
Lydia Carrell. Your 6th great grandmother Birth 1710 in Warminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania Death 1751 in Warrington, Bucks, or Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. And Spouse: Robert Tomkins. Your 6th great grandfather. Birth 17 May 1710 in Warminster or Warrington, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States Death 1757 in Warrington, Bucks, Pennsylvania.
Sarah A Tompkins or Thompkins. Your 5th great grandmother Birth 3 Mar 1743 in Warminster, Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States Death 1818 in Felicity, Clermont, Ohio, United States. And Spouse: Jacob Jones. Your 5th great grandfather Birth 24 Mar 1742 in Bucks, Pennsylvania, United States Death 1817 in Felicity, Clermont, Ohio, United States.
Susanna Jones. Your 4th great grandmother Birth 24 May 1774 in Maryland Death 11 Nov 1849 in Sinclair, Morgan, Illinois, United States And Spouse: Robert (Col.) Robertson. Your 4th great grandfather. Birth 18 Aug 1772 in King George, Maryland, N American Colony, England or Frederick, Frederick, Maryland Death 23 March 1840 in Sinclair, Morgan, Illinois, USA.
Elizabeth Robertson. Your 3rd great grandmother Birth 15 Oct 1795 in Bourbon, Kentucky, United States Death 9 Nov 1865 in Cass, Illinois, USA alt. Morgan County. And Spouse: James Jr. Garner III. Your 3rd great grandfather Birth 7 Oct 1792 in Rockingham, North Carolina, United States Death 11 Sep 1862 in Philadelphia, Cass, Illinois, United States.
Susan Garner. Your 2nd great grandmother. Birth 17 Apr 1818 in Clark County, Indiana, United States Death 26 Jan 1886 in Virginia, Cass, Illinois, United States And Spouse: Jonas Fox. Your 2nd great grandfather Birth 11 Jan 1806 in Loudon County, Virginia, United States Death 25 Aug 1893 in Morgan, Illinois, United States.
James Garner Fox. Your great grandfather Birth 11 Jan 1844 in Virginia, Cass, Illinois, United States Death 13 Jul 1917 in Jacksonville, Morgan, Illinois, United States. And Spouse: Martha Frances Wyatt. Your great grandmother Birth 21 April 1848 in Newmansville, Cass, Illinois, USA Death 10 January, 1922 in Virginia, Cass, Illinois, United States.
Token you left for Traci Fields Because of you and other wonderful findagrave friends, Traci now has 5,260 flowers/tokens, (well over the 5,000 we were all shooting for) and her birthday is a little over a week away. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! We appreciate you all so much.
I'm in awe! To show you more of what Traci was like, I posted the following on her memorial page,
"Traci, my angel, I can see the big grin on your face for all the flowers you're receiving on your memorial page. You're telling me, "Mom, why are you so surprised there are so many good people in this world? You should have known that....." "You're right, sweetheart, I should have known".
Traci was a person of strong faith, and GOD took excellent care of her, and helped her through all her hardships! Her faith never waivered.
GOD, bless them all, and thank you for your wonderful gift of Traci.
We've received an outpouring of so much love for Traci. I will try to get to everyone's site and leave a flower/token for at least one of their loved ones. However, there are so many of you, it will take me a while.