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Hamilton Smith (#47930040)
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Pat
RE: Opal Mears Smith
Yes, I told Ms Mildred. Is she the daughter of Mr. Whyte Lowe Prater?
Added by Pat on Jul 29, 2015 9:52 AM
Vonnie L Cantrell
RE: Hastings
I am not familiar with the family, but you know they are going to tie back to my bunch - all Cantrells seem to descend from the same couple. I plugged them into my family tree on ancestry, but couldn't make the connection. You are welcome to look at my tree if you would like.

Vonnie
Added by Vonnie L Cantrell on Jul 27, 2015 7:07 AM
Tammy King
J Gamache
I saw where you posted to her wall. And yes she is related. Her grandmother was Della Mae Smith, daughter of Charles Vinson Smith(=sister to my Grandpa William E 'Willie' Smith). So also a great great grand daughter of Coonie.
Added by Tammy King on Jul 09, 2015 10:37 AM
Sharon Merritt
Haskell Helton Elkins
Must have been put in twice. Three is on one. If I can help any more lrt me know.
Added by Sharon Merritt on Jul 03, 2015 1:07 PM
Whitlock
RE: Whitlocks
Thanks for the info on Lucy Orrick and the website for information on the Whitlock and Tittle family. I'm not on Facebook.
Added by Whitlock on Jul 01, 2015 10:36 PM
Tammy King
RE: Smith
I thought I replied to this yesterday...but with my memory, I'm not certain. Maybe it was someone else I texted. Anyway...
My daddy and most of his brothers always told us(me and my sisters) that Annie was full blooded Cherokee. However, his eldest brother, told me that she was full Irish. I think he may have been the informant at High's Funeral home for one of her children that gave her name as Annie McKinney. Another child'd death record at High's lists mother's maiden name as Anna Brown. All I know for certain is that she had high cheekbones and appears to be darker complexioned than a typical white person. My daddy was dark(tanned) skinned and I remember being at Old Hickory Boat Dock once and hearing a person walking past us on the pier saying "I wonder what that black guy is doing with all those white people". Not a good thing. My daddy had problems with blacks in Michigan. And so he did not like them. He didn't like Yankees, Campbellites, blacks, or as I found out After I was baptized, Mormons. I am happy to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints! And I have had friendships with African Americans(or whichever is politically correct to use). And my grandson is being raised Church of Christ.I better stop now...
Added by Tammy King on Jun 30, 2015 2:58 PM
Whitlock
Tittle DNA Surname Project
John Whitlock is going to take the test at ancestry.com. Hope this helps. Thanks for contacting us. I feel positive we are connected.
Cynthia Whitlock
Added by Whitlock on Jun 30, 2015 6:20 AM
Tammy King
RE: Smith
My daddy and MOST of his family always told us that Annie was full-blooded Cherokee. His eldest brother however told me she was Irish. I haven't been able to prove or disprove either.
Added by Tammy King on Jun 29, 2015 1:35 PM
B Driver
RE: Barbara Orrick O'Neal
The parents of Barbara Orrick was William (Joe) and Cornelia (Lorance) Orrick. They, along with Barbara's husband are all bury at Oak Grove Cemetery. Grandparents were Doyle and Angess Orrick. Hope this will help.
Added by B Driver on Jun 29, 2015 9:52 AM
Betty Via
Mary Ruth Milligan
You have placed Mrs. Milligan in the wrong cemetery.
This cemetery is fundamentally flawed and should be removed by findagrave. I have put her in the proper cemetery where her husband is buried; that cemetery is Mt. Hermon Cemetery in Mt. Hermon, not New Hermon. Are you a close relative?
Added by Betty Via on Jun 28, 2015 4:08 PM
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