|Janie Pace (#46959629)|
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DAR Mary Isham Keith Chapter - William Houston - Revolutionary War patriot; and Alexander Kent, Robert Kent, Reuben Taylor and John Carter and 13 more in process.
Past President, UDC Julia Jackson Chapter - Giles T. Holley, and father Calvin Holley, and AL brothers William H. Holley, David D. Holley, Giles Holley, Elon Holley, Albert Holley, Fielder Holley and 1 more in process; Hugh White, son Thomas A. White and Dallas White, all from GA; James Allen Temple, brother John Dixon Temple both TX; John B. Scott, Kinchen Worrell both TX.
Daughters of the Republic of TX Frances Cooke Van Zandt Chapter- Penina Hinshaw, and more.
National Society of the Daughters of Colonial Wars - David Houston, father of William.
National Society of the Daughters of American Colonists, The Honorable Philip Livingston Chapter - David Houston.
The General Edward H. Tarrant Chapter #234 of the National Society United States Daughters of Wars of 1812 - Hugh Houston, son of William.
Fort Worth Genealogical Society.
My husband's SAR ancestor is William Pace, military guard for George Washington for 7 years! His great great grandfather
Daniel McCray was shot on his porch in MO by Jayhawkers in 1862.
I love genealogy and have about 13 more DAR ancestors and many others ancestors to add. I am dedicated to commemorating family history. If we don't do that, who else will? Thank all of you for your time - new photos and memorials are most helpful!
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|Chad Williams||Silas Ledford Bourland Cemetery|
Just an FYI, you mention that Silas Ledford was listed as "Private in Capt. Young's Co. (Alleghany Troopers), Georgia Cavalry, CSA". This is not the same Silas Ledford that is buried in this cemetery next to his wife Viannah Curtis Ledford. They are both listed in the 1860 census of Benton Co, AK; whereas another Silas Ledford is listed in the 1860 census of Union Co, GA with Eliza Ann. You might want to remove that just to avoid confusion. Thank you, Chad
|D Wilkerson||Hugh White cemetery location|
Hugh White -- Find A Grave Memorial# 23569408 and spouse Evaline Long White -- Find A Grave Memorial# 68169856 -- are actually buried at the following cemetery------
Old Orange Cemetery
Cemetery notes and/or description:
From Canton go approx. 7 miles east on Hwy 20 toward Lathemtown. Just before reaching the intersection (fork) with Hwy 369, take a small paved road (Old Ballground Rd.) to the left which winds up around an old sawmill. After passing the sawmill, there is a road on the left which leads to a house. Just past this turn on the left is the graveyard (approx. 20 yds off the road).
This is not the same location as Orange Methodist Cemetery in Cherokee County, GA.
john j dunn married deliliah barrett mother of harlado sylvester dunn check it out
|Bo||RE: Please link|
Info requested completed 1-28-13. Bo.
Added by Bo on Jan 28, 2013 1:58 AM
|Laura J. Stewart||London Pace memorial # 21999218 ...|
You left a flower on his memorial asking if the Bybee cemetery was the same cemetery that Joseph and Martha Pace are buried in. The answer is, No, it is not. They are buried in the "Pace - Nunn - Dugantown Cemetery". Obscure cemetery located on Columbia Ave. (Edmonton Rd.) past the high school, turn left on Coral Hill Rd, (Hwy 740), then left again on Dean's Trace in a subdivision. Located at the back of the subdivision, near the fence. This is a quarter mile west of the Post Office at Lecta. There are about 40-50 graves marked with field stones. Please see his memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=2452155&GRid=91411976& (You might want to delete the note so as not to confuse..)
|Patricia Cope||Josey Family in Texas|
Please look at Grave Memorial 23554407 for Lonzo Bert Josey. The birth and death dates are different from those on the gravestone. Is this something you can correct?
Thanks in advance,
Pat Cope (husband is a descendant of the Josey Family)
kinchen t. worrell was my great great grandpa john brown worrell was my great great grandpaw so john had as child ross sylvester worrell his son/my dad len sylvester worr and me born gholson tx kinchen fought in creek indian wars in alabama as lt. in militia also as seargent in 17th texas calvary these are things he did this is family history john brown worrell was wounded at corinth miss. when captured at spanish fort vicksburg miss clothing and shoes non exeant 6th texas calvary at pea ridge arkansasd had to fight indians at elkhorn tavern and then met the union fortified with cannon thanx contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org thanx also thomas henry woodard 14th texads calvary has no headstone how can i get one
|teri bruyette(white)||joseph white|
im confused you have joseph jackson white as buried in mitchell cemetery. but you put mark on joseph white buried in whites chapel cemetery. he is my ancestor can you help thnx
Thank you.I tried to find a phone numberfor someone no luck.
I guess her grandson's forgot to put one for my friend.I know they had the money because Melba told me she you like one like her husband Fred
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