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Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick (#47164969)
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Bio Photo My family all settled in the Republic of Texas around 1835. Some of them coming with the Parkers to Anderson Co. Texas. Some going on into Limestone County and erecting Fort Parker.
Some settling in Houston County.
They supported the Republic when it was trying to become a state, separate from Mexico.
They fought in the Civil War for the Confederacy.
They built churches and established religions.
They built forts and fought off Indian attacks.
They forged this land called Texas for a new way of life.
Elder Daniel Parker, Miles Bennett, Levi Jourdan, Evan Douthit, (all of Anderson County)
Joseph, and A. Elisha Walling, Armistead Bennett (Houston
County)
Elisha Anglin, Seth Hurin Bates, Elder John Parker (Limestone County).

I am lucky to have directly descended from such great men and women.

I do not want to forget their wives;
Sarah White Parker died in Ill. in 1824,
Patsey Dickerson Parker, Laura Jordan Bennett, , Cynthia Conger Jourdan, Sarah McCullough Douthit of Anderson County.
Katherine Anderson Walling, Amanda Williams Walling and Faith (unknown) Bennett all of Houston County,
Orpha Bates Anglin, of Limestone County.

OTHER FAMILIES I DIRECTLY DESCENDED FROM IN THIS AREA;

B. H. KENNEDY AND WIFE ELIZA KILLION, Buried at Pilgrim Cemetery, Elkhart.
MARTHA KENNEDY WATTS CONAWAY QUARLES, Buried at Pilgrim Cemetery, Elkhart, AND HUSBAND ALFRED H. CONAWAY, unknown burial.
JAMES CONNIWAY (CONAWAY), buried Freestone County, Harrison Chapel Cemetery AND WIFE MARY PICKETT, unknown burial.
WILLIAM NELSON WILLIAMS, WIFE NANCY buried ANTRIM CEMETERY, HOUSTON CO, TEXAS.

Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick
YES, CYNTHIA ANN PARKER IS MY 1ST COUSIN 4 TIMES REMOVED.

Note; I used the name Walling as I was growing up because my uncle Forest Walling raised me.
As it is not my legal name I still prefer to use it.

Dear Ancestor

Your tombstone stands among the rest;
Neglected and alone,
The name and date are chiseled out,
on polished marbled stone.
It reaches out to all who care,
It is not too late to mourn.
You did not know that I exist.
You died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you, in and flesh blood and bone,
Our blood contracts and beats
a pulse entirely not our own.
Dear Ancestor,
the place you filled one hundred years ago,
Spreads out among the ones you left,
who would have loved you so.
I wonder...if you lived and loved,
I wonder if you knew,
That someday I would find this spot,
And come to visit you.

Author Unknown

~~~~~

We live as long as we are remembered......Old Proverb

~~~~~

If God brings you to it, He will bring you through it.

***NOTE~~~ATTENTION

If anyone has any stories or information on any of my memorials, please let me know.
Every person that has lived has a story to tell.
I would like to know those stories. I think that every person should have their life remembered.
Anything at all is not to small, when it comes to a person's life.

***********

If I have pictures, you may use them without asking. They are all our families.

Nancy

A.R. Kendrick (A Parker relative, written on his stone).

I want no costly stone upon my grave to be
Ah, Savior knows his own and that's enough for me.
Just write it deep and plain that all who pass
may know that death to me is gain:
Through it to life I go.


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Gail McKinzie Clark
Daniel Murchison # # 21154498
This is the Daniel I am referring to below.
Added by Gail McKinzie Clark on Dec 11, 2014 11:37 PM
Gail McKinzie Clark
John Murchison #52195738
I think that John is a brother to Daniel Murchison.
Do you have any information that would verify that?
Just wondering.
Gail
Added by Gail McKinzie Clark on Dec 11, 2014 11:35 PM
Lynda Duncan Miles
Rutha Maude Rankin Smith memorial # 94998738
I have changed the parents for Rutha. She is in my tree, and I don't know where those names came from - burning the midnight oil, I suspect. Anyway, They are correct now. I would appreciate it if you would remove the flowers you posted to her memorial that has the correction information & info on your family. I think it would make her memorial look nice. Thank you for your input, It was called to my attention on my bio page.
Thanks again.
Added by Lynda Duncan Miles on Nov 03, 2014 3:15 AM
S K
Isabella Baird Nunnely
Your guess is correct. Hiram Archie Nunnely is the son of Isabella Baird Nunnely. Isabella is the daughter (and sister to my gg grandpa, Jerome B Baird) of Hiram Baird & Minerva Killen Baird.
Isabella was married to Archie Nunnely 25 Nov 1866 and divorced him sometime bef 1880. She later married a Tobin, then Jarius Biggs.
Isabella is also mother to Mary "Mollie" Nunnely (sister of Hiram) who married Gus Sawyer.
Added by S K on Oct 13, 2014 11:03 PM
masno
George W. Wilson
Find A Grave Memorial# 9025787
George W. Wilson
b. Nov 1804 KY
d. 1870 TX
Thank you so much!
Marcella Moore Snow
Added by masno on Oct 08, 2014 8:21 AM
masno
George W. Wilson
Hi, Thank you for writing information about George W. Wilson on Find a Grave. He is my 3rd Great-Great Grandfather. I would like to make a correction: His two brothers are named James B. Wilson and John Wilson. This information is on his application to get a Spanish Land Grant in Texas around 1834-1835. I hope you can make this correction. Thank you.
Added by masno on Oct 07, 2014 8:20 PM
Danny Leshikar
Anabel Thomas
Nancy,

Will you please link my great aunt Anabel Thomas 52417928 to her biological father William Burton Thomas 133471025.
Thank you.
Added by Danny Leshikar on Sep 02, 2014 9:12 PM
H L Dowlearn Jr
RE: James E. Rankin
You are most welcome. I am trying to be more involved in my genealogy. Uncle Ernest,as my mom called him, was driving our new car when my dad was killed in S Texas while our family was on vacation there. He was severely injured, dad was killed & I was not seriously hurt. The ladies were off visiting somewhere else then.
Added by H L Dowlearn Jr on Aug 21, 2014 7:48 PM
June Atkinson
Thomas Jordan
Hello, thank you for posting the photo of the marker for Thomas Jordan. I read that his son, Thomas Jordan, who died in 1833 in JoDaveiss Co., IL was in the same cemetery, both of the graves having been moved with the RR went across the cemetery where they had been buried previously. I am thinking that there was no marker for the son or there would be a photo. Can you confirm this, or tell me if you know he is not buried with his father? Thanks very much.
Added by June Atkinson on Jun 20, 2014 6:55 AM
jdbradley
Miles Bennett
You had left a request for a photo of Miles Bennett's marker at Magnolia Cemetery in Houston, but according to the memorial page, there is no marker. Do you have reason to believe a marker has been placed there since the memorial page was set up? If so, I'm glad to go and check it out.
Best regards,
JD
Added by jdbradley on Jun 18, 2014 2:10 PM
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