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SuzyQ (#47172365)
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Bio Photo I think "Findagrave," was a very clever idea,
(linking families) and wished I'd realized how it worked the first time I was sent a link for the webpage in March of 2007.
I will be happy to give data to others working
on related lines, without anyone giving me their memorials if they wished to keep them. I have enough to enter now to keep me busy for a year or two, without receiving any from others.
My wish is to link persons together with
their correct family, and will share my data with others as others have generously shared with me. Darlene

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Cindy James
Minnie K White
Minnie K White was my Great great grandmother. The site says her maiden name is not known. Her maiden name was Eads. My understanding is that before she was married to Charles Allison White, she was married to Bert Adams, and had 3 or 4 children with him before he died. My great grandfather was Noah Eugene Adams, and he was one of those children. I also knew one of his full blood sisters before she passed. I am told that my GGF and all but one of the Adams children that Minnie had were "farmed out" to various relatives or friends in SE Missouri, to raise, after Bert died. I have not been able to locate my GGF or Bert on any census records or anything. The only thing my mother can remember about Bert is that he was buried in a little cemetery in a real small town over in Missouri and they went their once. My grandmother unfortunately does not remember these family details any longer and is the only one left. Do you have any ideas? I think Wayne County area of Missouri.
Added by Cindy James on Dec 10, 2014 11:59 AM
VintageGirl40s
RE: Johnson county question
Hello, I had written you an email at your regular email address if you still use that. You could send info that way. Or my address is vintage40s@hotmail.com. I would be so thrilled to receive Any information on a Heath school. Do you know when it was built and if the church and school were the same building? Thank you, Annabeth
Added by VintageGirl40s on Nov 03, 2014 10:03 PM
VintageGirl40s
Johnson county question
Hello, I hope you are doing well. I just realized you wrote an article in vol 1 of Johnson Co history in which I'm very interested. Could you please tell me where Heath School is ? You had an article with a picture (#276) I hope you can help. Thank you!
Added by VintageGirl40s on Oct 31, 2014 10:49 PM
rhondajo
Hi
Got into genealogy tonight. Got to wondering about the Richardson line. Somehow, I think that it goes back to KY and could be the link to one of the eight brothers. Wondering how you are doing? I have not heard from you in awhile. Hoping you are well,

Rhonda
Added by rhondajo on Sep 11, 2014 3:14 AM
VintageGirl40s
RE: Pvt John Wesley Heath
Interesting. The name Levi Heath rang a bell. I have been searching for (and finally found) the little school he established in the Forge Creek, TN, community - "Heath School." My Gma and her siblings attended there in the 19th century. It still stands, but as a church building. So much water has gone under the bridge since I read the W-P feud story that I'd forgotten Levi was involved. So, they didn't just move right to MO, they tarried? Anyway, that feud story is some tale. I have kin on both sides and when one of my great aunts whose Ma was a Potter by birth, wanted to wed a Wilson, the fur flew. But Love won out!
Added by VintageGirl40s on Jul 20, 2014 2:31 PM
Carolyn Lloyd
Huldah Joines
I attached the death cert to her findagrave memorial page.
Added by Carolyn Lloyd on Jul 18, 2014 7:52 PM
Carolyn Lloyd
Huldah Joines death cert
I went to www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates.
This will give you the page where you can put in her name which is Mrs. Huldah Jonis on the index. I can't attach to this message only an actual email address.
You can reach me directly at mclloyd1@charter.net and I can send you the attachment.

Carolyn
Added by Carolyn Lloyd on Jul 18, 2014 4:48 PM
VintageGirl40s
RE: Pvt John Wesley Heath
Since you mentioned the Wilsons, are you familiar with the Wilson-Potter feud? Or is that your tree? I'm sorry to say some of them are distantly in mine, but it does lend some excitement to the family story. I'll email you later today and we can start writing. I'd say we are at least somewhat related. My Potter part of my family is Johnson County Tn/ Watauga, NC.
Added by VintageGirl40s on Jul 18, 2014 1:29 PM
VintageGirl40s
Pvt John Wesley Heath
Thank you for writing. I am very interested in the Civil War, found that information, and thought you might add the explanation of what how he had served (I had no idea what EMM meant). John Wesley is a cousin of my great grandmother, Nancy Caroline Potter, so no, not direct. But I would be very honored to maintain his memorial. Whatever you decide. Thank you for establishing it!
Best wishes ~ Annabeth
Added by VintageGirl40s on Jul 18, 2014 12:21 PM
Carolyn Lloyd
Huldah Joines
I found her death cert and attached. It was under the name of Jonis.
Thought you would like to know.
Carolyn
Added by Carolyn Lloyd on Jul 14, 2014 8:16 PM
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