|Judy Davis (#47853651)|
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|Wes T.||Mamie Redden|
Thank you for the information. Added to her memorial.
Added by Wes T. on Aug 29, 2015 4:34 PM
|Tom Stonehunter||RE: Henry Keeble Hooks|
Hi, I attached his WW-I registration to document his place of birth. Ironically, he misstated his birth year in that document; one step forward, one back. LOL.
No relation to the Hooks, just a researcher drawn in by the name, trying to connect a few of the dots.
|Tom Stonehunter||Henry Keeble Hooks; Memorial 138072007|
Hi- in a previous edit suggestion for Henry Hooks, you listed his place of birth as Etowah County
Alabama. Please note that this location disagrees with the POB of Henry declared in his 1944 WW-II Draft Registration form. See his memorial for details. His claim of Children County, AL, will be shown unless you can attach alternate proof to his memorial. Tom
|Judith Nan Lewis||J. Quentin Smith|
James Quentin Smith had a previous marriage to Dorothy Gwendolyn Hooks. They were married July 04, 1942 in Etowah County, Alabama.
They divorced a couple of few years later and they did not have any children together by their marriage.
The correct spelling of his middle name is "Quentin".
James Quentin Smith married second to my Aunt Myrtle Ruth Durham Elliott and they had one child together by their marriage, Patti Quentina Smith (Born April 06, 1956 in Nueces Co., Texas). She married John Mosiman, Jr. on Apr. 06, 1983 in Nueces Co., TX.
James Quentin Smith was known by the nickname "Smitty", but I did see where he was shown as Jimmie on the 1942 marriage license. He served in the U.S. Navy, and probably stopped going by nickname Jimmie and picked up the nickname "Smitty" while in the service.
He was born in Alabama. Some on Ancestry.com have OK, but that is incorrect. On the 1942 marriage license, I think his birth place was spelled as Ardmore? (misspelled), and the state is misspelled. His birth county is either suppose to be spelled as Atmore or Admore in Alabama.
Hope this will help and thank you for your email.
Until Later........God Bless,
|Stormy||RE: Andrew George|
If you run across any other photos of the George Family, please pass them on. They are hard to come by.
Added by Stormy on Apr 28, 2015 9:25 PM
I mean that photo was taken about 1916-1917
Added by Stormy on Apr 27, 2015 10:29 PM
I am related to Andrew George, he was an half Uncle....looking at the photo that you posted. Andrew died in 1922 and James Allen George was born in 1922 and Billy was born in 1926, so this can't be the grandson's. They are believed to be James Allen George sr. and Willis George and taken about 1910-1912
Added by Stormy on Apr 27, 2015 10:23 PM
|Joel T. Ross||Holley Family|
Are you related to the Holly, Holley families that are in the central Alabama area? I am a direct descendant through Grandmothers parents Thomas Deese and Laura Holley, here parents where John Wiley Holley and Alice Miller, his parents where James Milton Holley and Susan Brazen his second wife. If you are and would like to talk you can reach me at "email@example.com of 256-770-4522"
Thanks Joel T. Ross
|Randall Gibson||Augustus D. Greathouse|
It appears that Augustus D. Greathouse was buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Waco, McClennan County, TX. There is a listing for him there on this website, but no picture of his grave marker. All information you provided are the same except for his birth year, which shows 3/17/1842.
|Lisa Smith||Thurston Mack Smith|
I read that your cousin is Gene Smith, Thurston's grandson.
Do you have any information on Thurston you could share? He is my 2nd great grandfather with his first wife, Emeline Vick. I have been unable to locate any information about him prior to 1900. I would appreciate any assistance.
Lisa Smith (Nabors)
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