|Barbara Hammons Davis, Dalt's Mom (#46504839)|
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I was born on Aug. 1, 1937 in Marysville, Yuba Co., CA. to James (Jim) Edward Hammons and Alice (Lassie)Jane Ernst. I was raised by my Daddy Jim's wonderful parents, James LEE and Ruth Schooler Hammons. Because of their ages and strong family ties, I learned a lot about my family histories. I was raised to respect my ancestors. I hope that I am giving back just a little by posting to Find a Grave.|
I have been married for 51 years to my wonderful husband,Roy Lee (R.L.) Davis, (this is us many years ago)...we have had 4 children, Dalton Lee, Rachel Melody, Denver Kory and Charm Mae. As you know, our son Dalton passed in 1989. Son Kory has stage 4 Melanoma. He has been in remission for about 8 years. Please continue to pray for him.
This picture was taken not to long after Dalton passed. Grandson Chance had also left us.
We have had 9 Grandchildren: Brandon Robert, Dane Ryan, Chelsea Ruth-Leigh, Chance Ragan, Cash Lee Dalton , Shea Kory, Jessica Aaron, Hayley Aleese and Morgann Chadahn. Chance died of a heart defect at age 7 months in 1981. He weighed just 7 lbs. It was a 7 month battle of surgeries, doctors and tests and a very emotional time for us. Because it is still so painful for her, my daughter, Melody ask that he not be listed on FAG.
We also have 6 great grandchildren, Dylan Dane Ryan, Ryder Lawrence, Shelby Lynn, Brody Ragan and Riley Christian and our newest addition, Corey Kahne.
We would like to thank everyone who visits our son, Dalton Lee Davis, and foster daughter, Jodi Lynne Smith and all our loved ones that are waiting for us in heaven. Your flowers and notes are a joy to receive. I am unable to walk the cemeteries now so I can't volunteer to photograph headstones. I hope my sponsoring and leaving flowers will make up for it.
Special thanks to the angels who have sponsored some of my loved ones.
My favorite thing to do on Find a Grave is to leave flowers when a person has none.
My pet peeve is finding whole cemeteries listed but not one flower left by that person for any of the graves. Everyone deserves at least one flower. Also, Listers that will NOT release your family members into your care. That is so petty and rude.
God bless you all.
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|Heather Courtney||RE: Courtney|
According to the current owner of the property, the house has been vacant since the 1970's. The last Courtney owner was Chester, who sold the home and moved to Idaho to work in the mines. The home was sold to the current owners in the 1940's and rented out till the 70's. I do have photos of Levi and Mary and will try to post them in the Findagrave pages for them. As for the chair, there was no chair at the house, and we are thinking that it might be owned by a relative. We had an amazing time at the Pomeroy museum, there really is so much Courtney history in that museum, the ladies there are so nice and helpful, and any Courtney decendant would be amazed to see what they have. They even have a hat, scarf, and shall worn by Mary in the photo we will post..truly amazing
|Heather Courtney||RE: Levi Courtney and the Courtney Homested|
The Courtney home is located in the southeastern portion of the Pataha Flat, and is owned by a decendant of Florence.
It is in bad shape and will probably fall due to age within the next 10 years.
As for photos of Levi and Mary, the Pomeroy Historical Musuem have photos and information regarding the family, and were able to provide us with may helpful items for our research.
We are currently working on a Courtney family website that will chronicle the family history of Levi Baxters direct relatives dating as far back to 1780.
How are you related to Levi, Levi Baxter, Mary, or Ella?
added maiden name thank you
|Roberta||RE: Edna Akes Callahan|
Years ago I use to talk to Edna on the phone and I think I corresponded with Barbara some. I lived in Dallas at the time and now I live in WA state. Roberta Akes Isley
Added by Roberta on Apr 28, 2013 5:27 PM
|Heather Courtney||Levi Courtney and the Courtney Homested|
Thank you for providing this amazing information. I am a direct descendant of Levi Courtney, he was my great great grandfather. My great grandfather was Levi Baxter, and my Grandfather was Wilbur Doane, my Father Kennth Doane. I was wondering if you had any information on the location of the Courtney Homested mentioned in the Find a grave site 31284633 in Pataha area, we would love to take a drive by and see it from the street. Any information would be greatly aprreciated..
Thanks ever so much,
|Katie Lou||RE: McCracken|
--I have a group picture of Claude, his wife Stella and their daughter. Would you like me to post it to their memorials?
His wife was an Etherton and sister to my great grandmother.
Barbara Hammons Davis--
|Clint Dunn||Paul Scott Schooler|
Hi, thanks for the infromation. I have updated their memorials and then seeing you had family ties and the parents memorials I have transfered the care of thier memorials to you.( I perfer to keep families together!)
Please in the future use the edit link on the memorial to request changes to memorials and when asking for parents to be linked provide their memorial numbers. This saves a lot time and searching.
|Becky Martin||RE: Margaret Jane Campbell|
Thanks for the info. I added it to her memorial page. Should you wish to host this memorial please use the edit button and would be happy to transfer. I am slowly adding burials for Rose Hill Cemetery. I am not related to Margaret. Becky
Thank you for leaving flowers for my beloved Kendall.
That was so sweet of you. I understand you lost your son Dalton many years ago. I visit him when I spend more time on F.A.G. Your story of his life and legacy always make me smile. I am sorry you lost him at such a young age.
Be well and thank you again. You are a true shining star in helping others cope with loss.
|Mr. Jean Coston||RE: Florence (Coutney) Melton|
U R very welcome.
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