|Sherri Sontag (#46846344)|
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I have been researching my Dye,Digh, Boswell, Swindell, Swindle and Rice lines from SC/NC to TN/MO for over 10 years (2000)and Chouris, Keltner, Truex, Haggin lines from Greece, ILL and NY.|
I am happy to help anyone researching these families.
Please Visit our family website
There is information available
If you are related I am happy to share the password.
I work Full time I do not have time to make changes constantly I try to do them when I have time. If you send me your number I would be happy to transfer your kin to you, unless they are a direct relative on mine.
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|Mandy||Dye in Monroe County|
I'm also researching the Dye's of Monroe County Tennessee. I'm wondering how to access your family website. Thanks
Added by Mandy on Jul 28, 2015 5:42 PM
You're welcome. If there are any other names in Rutherford or Cleveland counties just let me know
|Kelly Jane O||RE: Everette Hughes Toney|
I posted his obit. I acquired this page because the man was going to go off Find A Grave. His parents are listed in the obit.
You are welcome! Glad to help!!
Added by Sharon on Jul 11, 2015 5:13 PM
|Imogene Bennett||Susan Wood Robbins in Sugg's Creek, Wilson Co TN|
The entry for Susannah Matthews Robbins should be indicated that her maiden name was WOOD and her middle name was Matthews. She had no previous marriage – she married William Calvin ROBBINS in Wilson Co TN 3 Mar 1836. They were married by The Reverend John Beard who was the minister of Sugg’s Creek at that time. I do not know why she had the middle name Matthews unless she was named for her father’s sister, Susannah WOOD, who had married William MATTHEWS about two years prior to her birth.
|Janet Elliott Douglas||Abraham Land|
If you would like for me to transfer the memorial to you just let me know.
Would like to send you another source.
Check out this web site
Are you related? Her husband was my grandmother's uncle.
Added by Mandy on Jun 27, 2015 6:02 PM
|Vicki Ventura||RE: Thanks so Much|
Happy to help!
|Vicki Ventura||RE: Jasper Newton Rice Sr|
Sure thing! My husband even assisted with scrubbing the stone. I trust the DAR will accept it now, as the dates are legible. Good luck with that!
|Cottonconley||Dye and the Tenn Tree|
You and I have corresponded over the years about the Dye family, and at one time I had the password for the TennesseeFamily tree. Would you please send it to me again?
My Grandfather was Wheeler Grant Dye, son of William Dye and grandson of William Dye. Still working on finding something about Lillie, Isaac Dye's first wife.
Thanks so much.
Dianne H Conley
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