|Nancy Towns (#12401583)|
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I come from a long line of "storytellers" or keepers of family history. I was first inspired to study history and genealogy by my paternal grandfather, Alonza Nelson Parish, when I was a very young child. My maternal grandmother, Margaret Frances "Fannie" Mobley McElveen, was also a genealogist and lived to be almost 102 years old. She remembered stories of just following the Civil War.|
Other than Parish, Mobley, and McElveen, I am also researching Simms, Crone, Gay, Taylor, Wellons, Coor, Liles, Rhodes, Todd, Massey, Walker, McMillan, Jordan, Brashear, Coke, Corker, Fowke, Allison, Chambliss, Northington, Chappell, Briggs, McKee, Byrd, Tilden, Sutton, Briggs, Dye, Neil, Towns, Livingston, Clark, Ruffin, Windham, Bracewell, Harden, Mattox, Crouch, Wall, Teague, Ricker, Green, Powell, Wheeldon, and Blair.
I love to help other people find their family and honor their loved ones.
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|chip felver||RE: John and Edith Gay Crone|
Your welcome. They are located on the east side of the cemetery in part of the old section.
|Ged||Allison Family Bible|
Hi Nancy; I wrote you a couple months ago. If you can find the Allison Bible page can you send me a copy. Thanks. email@example.com
Added by Ged on Sep 15, 2015 3:54 PM
|Wanda||RE: Conrad & Anna Mary Welch Diehl|
It was my pleasure!
Added by Wanda on Sep 08, 2015 3:06 PM
|Matthew & Chrissy||Hi Nancy|
How have you been? Are you still looking for Parrish in Johnston Co NC. I found a cemetery that I added a couple old stones, pages and pics.
Hello; I was researching the Allison Family. I noticed you had a lot of info. My line was in Franklin county, Alabama.
Added by Ged on Apr 21, 2015 6:43 PM
|agagee||RE: Rev. Charles E. & Margaret H. McDonald|
Thank you for the dates. I have corrected the memorials and see that a lot of links have been made. Rev McDonald was pastor at Union ARP Church in Richburg S.C.. I have added memorials for the former pastors of Union Church and their families. Thanks again for your hard work. g.agee
Added by agagee on Mar 24, 2015 7:26 PM
|Adra Maxwell-Flowers||Lucy Carter|
Hi, I seen you left a message on Lucy Carter's memorial page. This lady is my husband's great Aunt (who he never knew or met.) It looks like from your message you knew her. Can you please share some information about her? We'd love to know anything/everything you're willing to share. If you feel like emailing me instead, my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks so very much!
The Flowers Family
Hey Nancy, I noticed you have researched the Gay's in Laurens Co, Ga. I, also, have Gays in my family tree & was wondering if you've ever heard of mine since I cannot seem to get anywhere with them. My great- grandma was Jennie Gay Conner (F.A.G. Memorial# 99882357) Her mother was Mary Gay; her sister= Almeaid; & she had a brother named James/ Jim who, I believe, is buried down in Alamo, Ga.
Jennie's death certificate doesn't list her parents.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. :)... Cathy
oh... are you the same Nancy on the William Fountain descendants FB page? :)
Added by 47972011 on Nov 12, 2014 12:07 PM
|Karengt||RE: The Gay Family|
I would love to have anything you want to share on the Clarks. Elizabeth Clark was my 2nd great grandmother. Do you live in Laurens County?
I went to the Oconee Library last week, looking for Laurens County Newspaper Clippings by Tad Evans. Looking for info for Luther White @1861-1919? Their info for the early 1900's was limited.
I have the Burch, Harrell & Allied Families volumes & the Laurens County cemetery book.
Added by Karengt on Nov 12, 2014 10:48 AM
|Karengt||RE: The Gay Family|
John Jacob Asker Gay was my 2nd great grandfather, married to Elizabeth Clark. His last name was Holton & in 1841 he changed it to Gay. His mother was Mary Polly Holton.
John Gay & Elizabeth Clark are buried at the Old Cedar Grove church location. My cousin was there but didn't take a picture of their graves. There are other graves, too.
Added by Karengt on Nov 11, 2014 8:39 PM
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