|Mary Tiffie (#47786746)|
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I have been doing family research since 2001 and find-a-grave has helped me so much. I just recently learned how to email. So I couldn't wait to help people like they have helped me. I have chronic pain and going to cemeteries to take pictures for someone helps get my mind off the pain. And knowing how happy I could make someone, makes me happy! And I love the outdoors. Thank you to all of you who have added people to find a grave! I appreciate it very much. And on bad days remember Mary's saying "Sure things could be better, but they could always be worse! Count your blessing!"|
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|Sharon Reynolds||Charles Desoto Martin|
I'm a granddaughter of Charles Desoto Martin. I saw your conversation with someone about James, son of Joseph Martin (my great grandfather)
I have been working on my family tree lately and came across your post. I was hoping if you can answer some questions for me, My Grandma is Mamie Watkins(Wadkins) and her brothers and sisters are Lewis, Margaret(Sissy),Nancy Jane (Janie),Ludia Bell ,Delia Agnes, Zelmer Lee (John), Mamie My Grandma and Jennie Watkins(Wadkins) Their parents were My Great Grandparents Mary Elizabeth Dunaway and Isaac Watkins(Wadkins) She is Buried at Stephens Cemetery in Push County Ok, Majority of the rest of my family is Buried at Pine Spur Cemetery in Push County ,Ok
My Great Grandma Mary Elizabeth Dunaway 's Parents were My Great Great Grandparents Thomas Jefferson Dunaway and Mary Ann Henderson. When Thomas died young in the Civil War. My Great Great Grandma Mary Ann Henderson Married My Great Grandpa Isaac Watkins and had David Neely,
Mary Emaline (Molly), Coley Young and Lou Ann Watkins(Wadkins) Is this the same Mary Ann Henderson who is the Mother of my Great Grandma, Mary Elizabeth Dunaway. Hope this makes sense.
Thank you for any help you can give me.
Added by Sandy on Jun 20, 2016 11:37 AM
|Mark A Culpepper||Richard Addison Graham|
The Weston High School Alumni Association in Louisiana (not far from Richard Addison Graham is buried) is trying to find the origin of the name of the school. We think Mr Graham may have been the first school teacher at the school that was the forerunner of Weston. So far, I have found out (probably) the following from various sources on Ancestry.com and Find-a-Grave:
He was a Warrant officer in the Civil War for the Confederacy, where his picture might have been taken. He was a school teacher. Gabriella McGuire was a daughter.
Birth: Mar. 26, 1834 North Carolina, USA
Death: Jan. 11, 1893 Bienville Parish Louisiana, USA
Richard Addison Graham married Gabriella Virginia Pullen/Pullin on Sept. 22, 1864. He was probably a Mason.
1870 Jackson Parish, Louisiana Census (Ward 6):
R. A. Graham, 35, school teacher, born North Carolina
G. V. Graham, 26, keeping house
F. E. Graham, 5, daughter
L. T. Graham, 3, daughter
G. G. Graham, 1, daughter
1880 Jackson Parish, Louisiana Census (Ward 2):
R. A. Graham, 47, farmer
Gabriela V. Graham, 37, wife
Florence E. Graham, 14, daughter
Lydia T. Graham, 13, daughter
G. G. Graham, 11, daughter
R. A. Graham, Jr., son, laborer
Alexander Graham, 8, son
Anthony E. Graham, 5, son
William Graham, 2, son
Ann A. Graham, 3/12, daughter
R. A. Graham's father was Ezekiel Graham. His mother was Thomasin Farrar Lewis.
Burial: Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery Friendship (Bienville County Bienville Parish Louisiana, USA
Any further info you have about Professor Graham (as he was known here) could help us find out if Mr Graham named his school Weston Academy or maybe you have another idea.
Mark Culpepper, westonhsalumnilouisiana.org
|Brenda Sue Watkins-Franklin||RE: Isaac Wadkins|
Family reunion June 6th Potato Hill South, Sardis Lake, Pushmataha County Oklahoma. 918-706-0609
|William Tiffee||Mattie Tiffee|
Mary, I would ask you to visit Mattie's grave site at Mt. Carmel Cemetery. I, fifty years after I discovered her grave, have had it set in a nice granite base. Mattie was related to me on both sides of my family. It's a story I love to tell to those who have an interest in family history. I am unsure where you live, but I believe you are a descendant of Acie Tiffie. Acie was my g-Uncle Charlie's oldest son. Uncle Charlie was, of course, my grandfather's only full-blood brother. He was born Charles Catlet Tiffee in Missouri. I have spent fifty years researching our genealogy. I have stood on every piece of earth that our family called home from England to Texas. If you are interested, you may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone at 830-370-6782. I always welcome family that has an interest in our history. If you carry the Tiffee name, I know you.
William Sheridan Tiffee II
|William Tiffee||Mattie Tiffee|
Mary, Please contact me at email@example.com or call me at 830-370-6782.
|Carol Pagitt Hammack||RE: Old Shamrock Cemetery|
|Rosa Matney||RE: Isaac Wadkins|
Thank you so much for answering me, Coley Young Wadkins, (Watkins) parents were James Isaac Wadkins and Mary Ann Henderson, He was born somewhere around 1886 in Madison co, Ark. He had brothers, David Neely Wadkins, James, Sisters, Molly, I will have to look and see who the rest were, Thanks, Rosa
|Orza Woodson||Flora Williams|
You are so very, very welcome....Orza
|Rosa Matney||Isaac Wadkins|
Mary, I am searching on the Isaac Wadkkins family from Arkansas and Pushmahata in Okla, Do you have any old pics of the family, My husbands step-grandfather was Coley young Wadkins, born Ark and died in 1911 in Okla, Any info would be helpful, Thank you, Rosa Matney
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