|Jimmy Huffman (#47114603)|
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I am a fifth generation Texan born in 1941. I am a husband, father, grandfather, author, blogger, sailor, diver, adventurer, world traveler, Texas Aggie and a Retired old fart. Contact me if you wish to read my E-Books or my two blogs and I will send you links. |
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|Linda||Photo on James Walker|
Can you tell me about the photo you have listed on James Francis Walker's find a grave listing (1755-1837)?
Added by Linda on Oct 17, 2015 2:24 PM
|lizzyandme40||Birth State of Jemima Curtis|
You show birth in North Carolina, yet you state in your text she was born in South Carolina. I ran across the same thing with the Millennium File data. Which do you suggest is correct?
|William P. Barron Jr.||Chief Great Eagle Brock|
Ancestry.com has an entry by Arnold 4-15-11 that give Reuben Brock's DOD as 9 Aug 1807 in Hawassee River TN at age 127. What do you know about this?
|Kathryn Sinclair Lanier||Ferdinand Hoffman|
Hi! I am finding conflicting information concerning the birth date of our common ancestor, Ferdinand Hoffman. You so nicely developed the Find-A-Grave webpage for him and it appears that many other genealogy sites have the same info you have entered giving him the birth year of 1470. However, within the text of the information you quote the book "American Ancestry" by Sigismund Von Herberstein. "Ferdinand was born in Rotenmann, Styria (Austria)1493. He was "Hauptmann zu Neustadt" or Councillor of the Exchequer (probably Finance Minister), Seignor of Wolkenstein (possibly chief officer of the Royal Hunt). He was the son of Johan Hoffman. Ferdinand married Elizabeth Von Dohna/Dohma (who was probably born about 1495)."
Was the quote incorrect in stating that his birth year was 1493 or is 1470 incorrect? I have also seen him listed as having been born in 1465 in another place. The gap in reported birth years is a full generation and I am inclined to believe that the quoted 1493 is more accurate as it is just 2 years before the birth of his bride Elizabeth in 1495.
I would love your ideas on this subject.
Your cousin -
|Terre Noire||Memorial# 112597983|
Memorial# 112597983 Jemima Curtis Cole was born 1764 on Lynches River in the Pee Dee Valley, Craven Co., SC. She died 1845 at the Cole Settlement in Jasper County, TX and is buried in the Mark Cole Family Cemetery near Vidor, Orange County, TX.
|Terre Noire||Memorial# 112597859|
Memorial# 112597859 James Cole died May 11, 1839 in Cow Bayou, Jefferson Co., TX. He is buried in the Mark Cole Family Cemetery near Vidor, Orange County, TX.
|Karen ||William Carlisle|
I am working on the family tree for a friend of mine (James Carlisle). His 4th great grandfather is the above referenced William Carlisle (your memorial # 112320755). I would like to ask if you would mind telling me where you obtained your information about the Revolutionary War? I have some information through Ancestry.com.
Added by Karen on Sep 14, 2014 1:54 PM
I see you have found this grave and his mother's grave Matilda Clark Watts. Do these graves have markers? I have been searching for this graves for a year. Rollins in my great-grandfather. Do you have any more info or pictures? Please let me know.
|Virginia Brown||Lewis Kirkpatrick|
Thanks for your information! I am amazed at the amount of time you must have spent researching Lewis & his family. I have added most of your information to his memorial & can see that it indeed varies according to the source. It is all very interesting.
Let me know if you see something that needs to be changed, etc.
|Rhonda Sue ❤||abt Amos Kirkpatrick|
Thank you so much Jimmy.
I added Amos 's moths to his memorial
that is a nice surprise
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