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Samuel Taylor Atkins is a memorial that means a lot to me as I have re-written any known thing about him, previous facts turned out to be compromised and confused with the story o his brother Hoot Atkins in 1926. Sam is never up for transfer, I worked to hard and have become fond of that boy so he is not up for transfer, ever. sorry. |
I am a college student, Spiritualist, lover of folk music. When not in school I enjoy doing family research. Immediate family, Atkins, Atkinsons, Stanley, Bolton, Davidson, Russell, Blazer, Crosson, Johnson, Spears, Edwards, Cunningham, Hammonds, Simms, Bowman. Moss. Swinea, Strickland, Worsham. Presley, Yeager, Gray,
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|Fay C. Leonard||RE: Samuel T. atkins|
It was my pleasure!
|david strickland||RE: Henry Britton Strickland|
my Stricklands were all from Comanche County in central Texas. While laid up after surgery I tried to connect all Texas f-a-g Stricklands to parents, spouses, and children via ancestry.com.. Good luck
|Angela Ashby Riedel||RE: Kitchens|
Hi. My grandmother was Ila Eara Kitchens 1905-1995 and her father was Rufus Benjamin Kitchens 1862-1930. His father was William Cannon Kitchens 1821-1906 and his father was Samuel Kitchens 1772-1856. I know that I've done some work on Greenberry but it's been a while. I'm not sure we will ever get pics for the Kitchen's Cemetery. Kitchen's Hollow was flooded when they built Tim's Ford Dam and I'm not sure you can even get to it anymore.