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What a honor it is to meet the ones that have gone before. I feel a bond which I never would have thought with each new acquaintance and some reacquaintances. To find a name that sparks a memory of a story once told is especially gratifying. "Nice to meet ya GG."
Let me know if I have one of yours you want to bring home.
What happens during that "dash" between birth and death is the only thing we have control over. Spend the dash wisely.
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|junkbuyercbd||Virginia Alice Lewis Barham|
James Coats Lewis is my great grandfather. The Lewis Family picture on his sister's (Virginia) memorial site is very interesting. Is this the family of James Lewis and Ellen "Coats" Lewis? Do you have names for any of the Lewis Family in the picture? Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, CBD
|L. P. Stephens||Wade Infant|
Please help with getting the entry for the above correct. I had originally entered it as "Dwight Wade", and I think you added a picture. There is also an "Infant Wade" with the same dates and no picture. Can we combine and eliminate?
|Larry Morrison||RE: Lycurgus H King Barham|
Ms. Gardner: My connection to the Barham - Gardner family is a bit distant. As calculated by Ancestry, Lycurgus Barham is the "paternal grandfather of husband of 3rd cousin, once removed". I am the eldest grandson of George Coyt Landrum and Winnifred Ethel Fulton of Kemper County, Mississippi. My third cousin, once removed was Tommie Virginia Fulton. I worked on the Gardners and as a follower of military history, was very moved by the Gardner contributions to World War II. Will do my very best to honor all of the people that make up the eclectic families that preceded my family. My tree is identified on Ancestry.com as "The Morrison Enigma" and I lives up to the name. It is public and can be viewed for constructive criticism. Have been at the task for over 60 years and still finding errors and omissions. Keep me straight! Best Regards, Larry and Carole Morrison of Maumelle, Arkansas (email@example.com)
|Larry Morrison||Lycurgus H King Barham|
As the eldest grandson of George Coyt Landrum and Winnie Fulton Landrum of Kemper County, MS, recently made connection with the Lycurgus Barham family. Mr Barham's grandson married one of my Fulton cousins. The Barham family appears to have been connected to the Lewis family of Neshoba County, MS which ties to my wife's family through a Henderson connection. In the context of furthering the research, am respectfully requesting permission to use the photograph posted for LHK Barham & the Lewis family to expand the information on Ancestry.com. Sincerely, Larry & Carole Morrison of Maumelle, Arkansas
|Finder2010||RE: Alice Elizabeth Gardner|
It is a remote possibility among a hundred others. We have done some extensive research online, but in October 2012 will travel to N.O. and Longview to try to find some more clues. Thanks!
|Finder2010||Alice Elizabeth Gardner|
Years of searching have not revealed who were the parents of our GGM, Alice Elizabeth Gardner.
Please see Memorial # 34146136. Any help from you Gardners, McKinleys, and Magrills would be forever appreciated.
|James David Ferguson||RE: 60959144 John F. Montgomery|
I updated the memorial for John Montgomery. My connection to John Montgomery is through is wife Mary Selina Schula Ferguson. She was my g-g grandfather's sister. I assume that Samuel Montgomery's wife, Mary Paterson Ferguson, is also your ancestor. Both of the Marys have a common ancestor Andrew Ferguson (1724-1810), who is my g-g-g-g grandfather. So, hello cousin.
I will soon be moving to Ash Flat, AR which is just a few miles from Humphries Cemetery. If you need additional tombstone photos let me know and I will try to photograph them for you.
|Waynette Davis||Mem #5800683 Samuel Montgomery|
Subject: GGU Samuel Montgomery
Hi Ms Gardner
I have taken this photo in abt 2006 while at Humphrey's Cemetery in Fulton County Arkansas. It is similar to the one on the memorial # 5800683 for Samuel Montgomery that you have posted. If I could find an email address I would mail you the photo directlly. This stone in the photo has June 27, 1828 as Samuel's birth date and instead of what you have posted:
Birth: Jun. 27, 1826
Death: Oct. 19, 1896) on the memorial.
The death date on the stone is what I have on this photo exactly.
Do you know which is correct of the birth dates?
I think it is your Samuel Montgomery.
I also have birth date for him as June 27, 1826, Lincoln Co NC. and death date as Oct 19, 1895 instead of 1896 from Jim and Judie Montgomery tree, Jim being a direct descendant as you are. Do you know which of those two death years is correct? I am a direct descendant of Joseph Wiley Montgomery, Samuel's next older brother. Can you straighten me out on this?
Well I would say that proves were kin, LOL amazing how you can see resemblance in family photo's I am so thankful that my mother in law was kind enough to share with me so I could add to F-A-G. I think history is for sharing doesn't do anyone any good if it is shut up in a box thank you for sharing.
Hello; I noticed you had some photo's on your lineage of Samuel Montgomery My husband's lineage is his brother Joseph Wiley Montgomery 1823>
Would you mind if I have a copy of the photo's for my files of Samuel's line. Any that I have posted on my lineage if you are interested you are welcome too. I would make sure that I would let people know they were your photo's
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