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|Joe Sasnett||Pernina "Sessoms" Sasnett|
I wonder if you would share some of your research with me? How do you know that Pernina Sasnett (wife of James H Sasnett Sr.) was a "Sessoms"...just asking for my records.
Also you state on her memorial that she was Cherokee..how reliable is this information? I know two of her descendents who have had their DNA analyzed and the results came back negative for any American Indian blood.
|Joe Sasnett||RE: Waving Flag|
Thanks for letting me know that I can copy symbols from other pages and add them to my scrapbook ... I didn't know that. I found a GREAT Civil War symbol that I am adding to some Sasnett Civil War veterans memorials. Joe
|Joe Sasnett||Symbols left on memorials|
Do you have a source for symbols like the flaming torch that you sometimes leave on Find A Grave memorials? I'm looking for a waving Civil War flag.
|Donna Hinton Warke||RE: Mary Davis|
You are welcome, sorry it took so long. See any others you want let me know. Have a blessed Holiday and happy hunting.
|Joe Sasnett||Alabama County Division|
I rechecked my information about those counties being split up and discovered that it was Talladega not Tallapoosa that was divided to form Clay county.
|Joe Sasnett||RE: Dutton Proof|
You are good at this!!! Where do you do your research ....on Ancestry.com?
|Joe Sasnett||RE: Dutton Cross Marriage|
Its very interesting that that Henry Cross married Martha Dutton on Jan. 1, 1860 in Tallapoosa County Ala. because in 1860 Tallapoosa county was split in half and two counties were formed from the original one ... Tallapoosa and Clay. It could very well be that after the split they ended up living in Clay County.
|Joe Sasnett||RE: Martha A. Sasnett|
I think that you've convinced me that there is a better than even chance that Martha Sasnett really was a Dutton. She was 42 yrs old when she married Richard in 1862 so obviously she was married before. She and Richard had one son, Benjamin Sasnett. She is found living with Benjamin and his wife in the 1910 Census of Coosa County.
I just wish that there was some proof somewhere ... a death certificate for Martha's first husband would help ...or a death certificate for one of Martha's children by her first husband in which they've listed their mother as Martha Dutton. I guess I just want to know who supplied the information that she was a Dutton to begin with and where did they get their information.
|Arabelle||RE: Jonathan Morgan|
Thanks for accepting the edits. I appreciate your help! :)
Added by Arabelle on Dec 04, 2014 7:49 PM
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