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Kathy Halliburton (#47540158)
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Hello, My name is Kathy Y Smith Halliburton, I've been working on our family tree Since April of 2011 and on Find A Grave around August to September of 2011, and have found it to be very informative. The Lines my family links are Smith, Stanley,Ferguson,Hughes, McDaniel, Biles, Bratcher,Belcher. My Husband's Line are Halliburton, Moran, Adams,Dotson, Baker,Averitt and many more. If I had added your relative, that's not related to us, I will be more than happy to transfer them to you.
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Ethal Nunn
Wondering if you wish to have control of her memorial. RSA has past on and I am her daughter trying to make sure any that would like I will transferr them. Just let me know
Added by RSA on Aug 18, 2015 3:08 PM
K. Bartlett
Amatoya"Tom" Moytoy
You also list his birth year as 1640 in the heading, then give his birth year as 1660 in his biographical paragraph. I'm assuming this is a typo, but one which needs to be corrected. Again, he was not Cherokee, but Shawnee. The Shawnee in the early 17th century were run out of the Ohio Valley, which was their country, by the Iroquois, after several years of war between the two Tribes. The Iroquois country (New York state) had become depleted of fur due to the European fur trade.This put pressure on the Iroquois, who had guns provided by the Europeans, to push out other Tribes from their countries, including the Shawnee. The Shawnee moved south into Cherokee country (Tennessee and Kentucky, specifically) and became friends with the Cherokee. One of my ancestors, Thomas Caesar Greenwood Skiagunsta, later went as a delegate with the Cherokee to England to negotiate with the British. Later white census takers in Cherokee country assumed all Indians in that area were Cherokee, although the two Peoples spoke different languages, and categorized them all as "Cherokee". It appears that you have made the same mistake.
Added by K. Bartlett on Aug 12, 2015 10:15 AM
K. Bartlett
Amatoya "Tom" Moytoy
Amatoya Moytoy was my ninth great granduncle. He was not Cherokee, but SHAWNEE. His mother was Pride SHAWNEE woman Cornstalk Carpenter and his father was Thomas "Cornplanter" "the Immigrant" Carpenter, who was from Plymouth, Devon, England. Therefore Amatoya "Tom" Moytoy was half Shawnee. Please see the US Find a Grave sites for his parents and correct your erroneous post, which has numerous Shawnee descendants of Amatoya thinking their Cherokee!

Karen Bartlett
Added by K. Bartlett on Aug 11, 2015 9:53 PM
Rita Balentine Hogan
John Newton Bowland
I have added a picture to Mr. Bowland's memorial, also his wife's. Thought you might like to see it.
Added by Rita Balentine Hogan on May 31, 2015 4:18 PM
Nancy Darr Collins
Freyda Dorothy Schwanke Sullivan
Hi Kathy, may I please use your photo of my relative for my ancestry tree. I always give credit to the photographer and reference the findagrave memorial #. Thank you very much, Nan
Added by Nancy Darr Collins on Feb 22, 2015 2:57 PM
Salina Sabo
James adams
I am looking for info about Elizabeth Jane Heath?
I think she was called Sally, but not sure.
James' and (sally's) daughter Charlee Edney(Edna) was my grandfathers mother.
Anyone who knows anything about them. please let me know
thank you
Added by Salina Sabo on Jan 06, 2015 2:38 PM
Robin Gann
RE: Sarah Mcmillian
Thank you for the transfer
Added by Robin Gann on Jan 05, 2015 2:47 PM
Barbra Keele-Barnes Lloyd
nancy d keele
please remove my own personal private photo of my mother from her memorial. You copied it as I have the original. I don't want it on there. YOu should ask permission to post a photo that you do not own
Added by Barbra Keele-Barnes Lloyd on Oct 30, 2014 6:01 PM
Jack Green
Marion Jackson Green
Kathy you posted on the find a grave website my Grandfather's Marion Jackson Green death certificate. And also his stillborn child. I was named after my Grandfather and carry his name of Marion Jackson Green. Were did you find this information? I was not aware that my Father had a stillborn Brother. I am looking for information on Marion Jackson Green's Father, James Milo Green who was born James Milo Smith in 12/1/1855 and died 5/17/1890. Milo was adopted by the Green family and took the Green name. I would like to know were he is buried, I have been told its somewhere in a field off the Lynchburg-Shelbyville Hwy. His Wife Mary Ellen Noblett Green is buried at Smith Chapel in Moore County. My Grandfather Marion Jackson Green is buried in the Lynchburg Cemetery.
Added by Jack Green on Sep 27, 2014 2:44 PM
Tammy H.
Great work!
Great work on the Hughes line! Thanks for your efforts.
Added by Tammy H. on Aug 14, 2014 12:18 PM
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