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Carolyn Gutermuth (#47030743)
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Bio Photo Hi my name is Carolyn Gutermuth. I am a direct descendant of the Harris family from Riverheads, Augusta Va and Coldspring, Augusta Virginia. I am also a direct descendant of the Dull family from Staunton, Augusta Virginia. I have been doing family ancestry research since 2004 but since my mother passed away in March 2008 I have gotten more involved in finding my relatives that are still living and that are deceased. If anyone may have information on these families please feel free to email me. Thanks Carolyn
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sherri schaefer bagby
Fleet updates
Thank you for processing Fleet family memorial updates !

Added by sherri schaefer bagby on Jul 24, 2014 11:26 AM
Jim Henwood
RE: Nicholas Bond
Added by Jim Henwood on Apr 09, 2014 7:53 AM
Jim Henwood
Nicholas Bond
Hi Carolyn my I use the headstone photos of Nicholas Bond memorial # 37749711 & any other Bond family that you took for my family tree ? If so THANK YOU so much.. :) Jim
Added by Jim Henwood on Apr 08, 2014 11:37 AM
I went ahead and ordered one of your Deed books on the McKim's because I was looking for some information on a Margaret McKim, supposedly a daughter of James McKim and Ruhamah Heath. She, Margaret, supposedly married a Joseph A. Campbell of Loudoun County there in Virginia. I don't see any children of James and Ruhamah listed with the exception of William H McKim. Do you know of any other children? I read over Ruhamah's last will and testament in your book and didn't see any names I've seen posted in several family trees that are supposedly tied to the McKim family.

Dale O'Connor
Added by secfiddle on Dec 06, 2013 2:51 PM
Ernie Wright
RE: Morton Davis

Morton was daughter of daughter of Mrs Charles Russell Wyatt, of Fifth avenue, and Lieutenant Ransom Kirby Davis,Index says Section 20 lot 27 her space 4 at Spring Hill but apparently the memorial been deleted.
The info comes from
From: Jayne Staley
To: ""
Sent: Saturday, September 28, 2013 5:36 PM
Subject: Morton Sloan Wyatt
Added by Ernie Wright on Sep 29, 2013 12:29 PM
Ernie Wright
Morton Davis
Morton Sloan Wyatt
FROM Jayne Staley TO You
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Jayne Staley


Dear Ernie

Saw your posting on for Morton Sloan Wyatt in Spring Hill Cemetery. You were requesting more information.

Morton Sloan Wyatt married Ransom Kirby Davis on September 19, 1923 in Huntington, WV:

Of interest throughout the tri-state region was the marriage yesterday at Huntington of Miss Morton Sloan Wyatt, daughter of Mrs Charles Russell Wyatt, of Fifth avenue, and Lieutenant Ransom Kirby Davis, United States navy. The ceremony took place at noon at the First Presbyterian Church at Huntington, with the Rev J Layton Manze? officiating.
The bride had as her attendants Miss Dorothy Lovett and Miss Harriet Washington, maids of honor; Miss Virginia Ranson, Miss Lyda Clark Darlington, Miss Bernice Taylor, Miss Rachel Van Bibber of Huntington, and Miss Dorothy Boggess of Ashland, Ky., bridesmaids. Mr Frederick Davis of Florida was best man and the groomsmen were Russell Wyatt, Joe Wyatt, brothers of the bride, Robert Cameron Thompson, of Virginia, Phil Waite of Ashland, Ky., Raymond Nelson of Lynchburg, Harold Christian of Huntington. Mrs Paul Walker Long sang and she was accompanied by Miss Helen Walburn at the organ.
The bride wore a lovely gown of white satin with real lace with a full court train which fell from the shoulders. Her tulle veil was fastened with a coronet of real lace which had been worn by the bride's great-grandmother. She carried a shower bouquet of bride roses and valley lillies.
Directly after the wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride and several hundred guests were present from the tri-state section. In the receiving line were the bride and bridegroom, Mr Wyatt, Mr Sloan, Mrs Morton Sloan of Baltimore and the bridal party.
After a wedding trip which will include a number of western states, Lieutenant and Mrs Davis will be at home at San Diego, Cal, where he is stationed.
**Charleston Daily Mail, Charleston, West Virginia - Pg 5 - September 20, 1923

They divorced in Florida:

Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001
Name: Morton W Davis
Gender: Female
Spouse's Name: Ransom K Davis
Divorce Date: 1936
County: Alachua
Certificate Number: 5876

Ransom then married again in February 1937 in California.
He served in the Navy during World War 2 attaining the rank of Captain at the end of the war. He was one of the founders of the CIA.
He also taught naval science at Stanford University. He died in California in 1995 at the age of 97 yrs.

I am not directly related to Ransom. My great-grandfather's sister was the first wife of Ransom's father.

Let me know if you have any questions:-)

Jayne Staley
Alexandria, MN
Added by Ernie Wright on Sep 28, 2013 4:26 PM
RE: Alexande Harris/Henry Harris
Thank you. no I am not related my friend is
Added by Shirley on Jul 08, 2013 11:35 AM
RE: William H White
Sometime this genealogy stuff drives you nuts,
hopefully the marriage date will turn up someday..
Happy hunting...
Added by Marty on Jun 22, 2013 12:05 PM
RE: William H White
A first glace it could be either one, but after bringing it closer, it does look like it is 1838.
Thanks for the correction.
Mexico, MO
Added by Marty on Jun 22, 2013 10:39 AM
RE: Juliet White
Juliet is buried in Monroe County, but I will see what I can find here in Audrain County.. I found
Clay Price White's spouse, Nancy S "Nannie" Shelton White and linked them, there is also a
son of theirs that I am going to link to them...
Martin Clark White (b.1890 d.1921) Nannie is
buried in plot with her parents, Clay is buried in plot with his parents...Son is buried in plot next to his Mom...
Added by Marty on Jun 18, 2013 6:48 PM
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