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|J. Spaulding||Memorial# 53775610|
Hello Debbie, I was hoping you would consider adding Thomas McGough Memorial# 53775610 to his parents William B. McGough Memorial# 44371007 & Wealtha Ann NIX Memorial# 49441941 who are buried in Old Flatwoods, Nauvoo, Walker County, Alabama.
Thomas McGough was one of the 13 sons born to my Gr-Gr Grandparents.
He was either born in Walker County or Coosa County, Alabama where William & Welthy lived after they married 1835 in Bibb County and enumerated in 1840 in Walker County. Thomas and 6 of his brothers served in the WBTS --four served the Confederacy while 3 served in the Union Army. Three sons were killed in that WAR.
Tom fought for the North in the Civil War. He fought in the 6th Ill Cal, CO "E", USA
Tom contracted Small Pox while in the service and due to lack of proper treatment, was blinded.
1850 District 11, Walker, Alabama, Family 183
William McGuah 37, Alabama (All listed born Alabama)
Welthey McGuah 30
James McGuah 15
William McGuah 13
John McGuah 11
Joseph McGuah 9
Thomas McGuah 7
George McGuah 5
Richard McGuah 3
1860 PO Kansas, Western Division, Walker, Alabama
William McGough, 37 born Sevier County, Kentucky
Weltha Ann McGough, 45
Joseph McGough 18
John McGough 21
Thomas McGough 18
George W McGough, 15
Richard McGough 12
Peter McGough 10
Andrew McGough 8
Reubin McGough 5
Newton McGough 3
Manuel McGough 1
I'm trying to get each of the 13 sons accounted for and listed as children of the parents on Findagrave.
I descend thru Tom's brother Pete McGough.
If you choose not to make these additions, perhaps consider transferring this memorial to my account:47270590
Sincerely, Judy McGough Spaulding
|Anonymous||RE: Thank You!|
It was my pleasure no thanks needed.
Hope your all well,
|Reva G. Bradford||Re: Ruby Goss Cooper|
Thank you for the photo of Ruby's headstone.
forgot to mention that yes i do live in Winston county, i live in Haleyville.
|Elisa Sanford||RE: Texanna and Eunice|
yes i am related to the Alexander's......
first of all my moms sisters Addie Carden married Guy Otis Alexander who was the son of John Irvin Alexander and Rhoda Annie McCullar.....
not only was Guy my uncle by marriage but also my cousin by blood on my dads side of the family.
Guy's dad Irv was my paternal grandmother Sarah Cagle Martin Tirey's first cousin.....
|SSBJ💔||RE: Happy Mother's Day!|
THANK YOU so much, Debbie!
Added by SSBJ💔 on May 14, 2012 9:08 PM
|Elisa Sanford||Texanna and Eunice|
i have transferred both to you as you asked.
my late husband was a Sanford, he was part of the Sanford / Feltman / Brooks family that lived in the forest. his gg-grandmother was Aunt Jenny Johnson.
also Sarah Spillers who married Oliver Prue Gilbreath.......Oliver Prue is some of my Gilbreath family. Sarah's mother was Mary Tennessee Garrison Spillers.
if you are married to an Alexander we may be related through that part of the family .
|SSBJ💔||RE: Chester Alexander|
You are SO welcome, Sweetie! Take care, Yall...storms may be on the way.
Added by SSBJ💔 on Apr 14, 2012 12:38 AM
|Robert Duran ~||Hi Debbie|
It is very nice to meet you. Sue is a very special person. I am so sorry it has taken me so long to answer your very kind message. Also thank you for visting my brother Tony Duran's memorial. I had the the prevledge of meeting ButterBean one time. My Brother use to know many of the famous boxers. He even was in the ring with a few famous boxers, including Floyd Mayweather. That is really neat that you worked with ButterBean's sister. He was really a great and popular fighter. Also, it is a honor to visit some of your memorials. Again, sorry it took so long to answer. Take care my friend.
|Raven Smith Millwood||Curtis Cemetery|
Hi, wondering if we knew each other, we may live in the same area, I was looking for the Robbins cemetery and the next day saw you had posted a picture from it, would you please email me. Raven
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