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Elizabeth Howard (#47640009)
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have always been interested in finding ancestors.
my family includes the following names:
bragg. am always willing to help anyone find their people...
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Old Southern Belle
Never mind
Robert Thompson just added the cards for HIS marker. Thanks anyway. I will remove my memorial and update my family records
Added by Old Southern Belle on Nov 05, 2014 12:34 PM
Old Southern Belle
Kellis Enoch Futch
would you please check out my memorial for Mrs Kellis E. Futch #138312863 and let me know if I have it right or what? If I have it right then your Lois B. Davis wasn't his wife, but sure sounds like she was. I'm confused. Help please.
Added by Old Southern Belle on Nov 05, 2014 12:28 PM
Amanda D
Dorothy Leona Anderson McElveen
Hello. I thinking we are relatives. This is My Great Grandma. So glad that Find A Grave is helping connect family members along with connecting family history. =)
Added by Amanda D on Aug 09, 2014 9:29 AM
Charles W. Courtoy
RE: Other children of James Hampton Smith
Hi Elizabeth,
I have been away from genealogy research for some time now and just getting back on Ancestry & FTM,but always looking for information on the Smiths in Liberty County GA.
Mitty Courtoy
Added by Charles W. Courtoy on May 27, 2014 7:34 PM
Charles W. Courtoy
RE: Other children of James Hampton Smith
Thank you soooo much! I look forward to hearing from her.
Added by Charles W. Courtoy on Mar 26, 2014 2:45 PM
James Bryant Smith
Good Morning, Elizabeth! I linked James B. Smith to his parents this morning! Have a great day!
Added by Holly on Mar 26, 2014 6:58 AM
Charles W. Courtoy
RE: Other children of James Hampton Smith
Oh Shucks! I thought I had at last found my great grandfather.
My great grandfather was Milton Buchanan Smith AKA "Foss" from Tatnall County GA married Martha Ann Stafford of Liberty County GA on Nov. 28, 1883 by Mr. Lowe.
They had 3 children: Ruby Ino Smith Born 9 June, 1884; Ora Belle Smith Born 7 April 1885 (my grandmother); and James Simon Smith Born 11 Feb. 1887.
The above info is recorded in the James Washington Stafford Family Bible.
It was said that Milton and Martha did not get along well and she took the children and went back to live with her parents and nothing is known of what happened to him.
When you said your Milton died in 1864, I knew I had run into another brick wall.
Thank you for answering me and please contact me if ever you hear of something that would help in my search.
Mitty Courtoy
Added by Charles W. Courtoy on Mar 25, 2014 6:11 PM
Lauren Holly
RE: Folks

Do you have the names of Jacob Johann Folk's (1762-1845)siblings? From what I can tell, he had a brother named John, but I have not been able to figure out the names of his other siblings.

Added by Lauren Holly on Mar 23, 2014 11:03 PM
Lauren Holly
RE: Folks
My great, great grandfather's name was William Holly(born 1789 in SC). His brother's name was John. John also owned Half Moon Plantation. They were from around the Barnwell, SC area. We were always told that they were orphaned and that someone by the name of Dr. Folk or Dr. Faulk took them in and raised them. We know everything about them except their parents/siblings' names and exactly who raised them.

William eventually left SC and moved to Marion county, Florida. His grave is about 5 minutes from my house.

Any info you have would be greatly appreciated.


Added by Lauren Holly on Mar 23, 2014 10:55 PM
Charles W. Courtoy
Other children of James Hampton Smith
I have searched for years for Milton Buchanan Smith (also known as "Foss"). I thought I had finally found him listed as a child of JAMES H. SMITH and Mary Ann Flowers in the 1850 and 1860 census of Alachua County, Fl. He is listed as the 6th child named Milton and is 10 years old in 1840. I do not see him listed in the records of James Hampton Smith. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you,
Mitty Courtoy
Added by Charles W. Courtoy on Mar 23, 2014 2:46 PM
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