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Blair, Blankenship, Bourne, Bryant, Butler, Callison, Cabbell, Carr, Conover, Cravens, Feese, Grider, Hall, Helm, Holt, Howard, Hubbard, Hurt, Johnson, Kimbler, Knight, Leach, Long, McFarland, McMillan, Monroe, Montgomery, Osborne, Perryman, Reeves, Rippetoe, Shepherd, Smith, Stapp, Tucker, Vaughan, Watson, Wilkerson, Williams, Wolford, Wooldridge, Young
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|Ann Grubb||John H. Phelps|
John H. Phelps was the father of my great grandfather, William A. Phelps. John was married twice; the name of his first wife is unknown, but he married 2nd Alsey Love. That marriage took place in Grayson Co., VA 23 March 1834, shortly after the death of his first wife.
From the first marriage, issue:
William A. Phelps b. 1825, Grayson Co.
Marion b. abt 1826/'27, Grayson Co
Rhoda b. 1827
Granville b. 1828
Almira b. 1830 Grayson Co.
Nancy A. b 27 Jan 1832, Grayson Co.
Dorcas b. 1834 Grayson Co.
Children from his marriage to Alsey Love:
Samuel b 1836
Mary b 1838
Melville b 07 July 1840
Rachel b 1842
Amy b 1845
John F. b. 19 Dec 1848
|~Judy Calhoun Bresch~||CALHOUN - from Adair & Russell Co's|
I noticed we have some family names in common. Conover, Wolford, Grider. Some others that I am related to are CALHOUN, HUDSON, WHITE, TARTER, I have been researching in this area for about 20+ years and my two brick walls are CALHOUN & CONOVER. If you can shed any light on these two families I would be eternally grateful.
|M (Dillon) Goddard||Find A Grave Memorial# 76799838|
Is it possible that this Judith A is the daughter of William and Judith (Bledsoe) Warriner.
|Lila Cole||Hays/Hayes family|
Thank you for your prompt and considerate transfers of this family for my ease in identifying them and editing them as I go through the research. I have made great progress with that family group and am sure all of the rest of their descendants will enjoy your generosity in finding and photographing those lovely old monuments.