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J. Hardaway (#47118134)
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martha easter
RE: Mary Kirkwood Adams
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Thanks for catching my error. She was born on 10 May 1776 and married by Presbyterian minister James Vance on 21 Jan 1800. Bondsman was John Jackson.( she was 24. why was there a bondsman?)

Martha Easter
Added by martha easter on Jun 03, 2014 10:32 AM
Georgia Girl
Rivers Cemetery, Harris Co., GA
Would like to identify Daniel Harris Hunt (s/o ?) 1804, GA-?(#12547130), m. Lucretia Cannon (buried ?). It's interesting if he would have been the younger s/o Michael "Curtis" Hunt (prob. Mary Ann Dixon) and was born after Henry Harrison Hunt (m. Nancy May Ann Harp). Samuel J. Hunt, C.S.A., (m. Martha Elmira "Mattie" Rivers, d/o William Green and Barbara Burkhalter (Hutchinson) Rivers. Also buried there is a Jasper M. Simmons, 1845-1905 (#34258525), s/o ?. Diana Cannon is the contributor Daniel Harris Hunt and Martha Elmira "Mattie (Rivers) Hunt (buried?). Also looking for a possibility of the Coulter and maybe Rosser families having connetions. My Hunts were also related to the Harris, Rivers, Simmons and Hanocck families VA and GA.
Added by Georgia Girl on Apr 15, 2014 12:52 PM
Georgia Girl
Daniel Booth
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/a/Glenda-Chandler-4/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-1076.html
Added by Georgia Girl on Apr 12, 2014 6:43 PM
Georgia Girl
Curtis Hunt
The Booth and Curtis families of Hancock Co., GA. Daniel Booth (m. Ruth Anderson, d/o Dabney Anderson), s/o Zachariah Booth (m. 1st. Anna Curtis (1697-1733 d/o unk. Curtis) and Sarah Gilbert). Their sons 1. John Booth, "RWS" (#57830385), m. Mary Ann Flannigan, 07 May 1821; and 2. Zachariah Booth (m. 1st., Penelope Patterson and 2nd., unk. Hunt. Their daughters, 3. Mary Booth (m. unk. Hunt) and 4. Edwina Melinda "Dicey" Booth, #44794852 (m. Maj. Charles Abercrombie). Wonder if Rebekah's "maiden name" was Booth (w/o John Hunt (s/o unk. Hunt) and the mother of Michael "Curtis" Hunt.
Added by Georgia Girl on Apr 12, 2014 6:35 PM
Georgia Girl
Curtis Hunt
Yes, my Hunt family (direct lineage) had a connection to the Boddie family. Have an idea Michael "Curtis" Hunt must have a connection to my Hunt family of Hancock County. This is all I know and not aware of a Bible. Thanks for sharing!
Added by Georgia Girl on Apr 07, 2014 9:10 AM
CLueken
James Young Cemetery
Excellent work in documenting the James Young Cemetery!!
Chris Lueken
President
West Point Kentucky History Museum, Inc.
Added by CLueken on Jan 09, 2014 6:41 PM
Whall
RE: Young Cemetery
Thanks you so much. Richard and I share the Young family line, he is my distant cousin. He toured me in the home several years ago. I would very much like to have the photos. I know others are buried there and had hoped this year to return and look again.

Regards

Bill Hall
Added by Whall on Dec 07, 2013 4:13 PM
Whall
RE: Young Cemetery
Julie, thanks so much. I would appreciate managing the Young Cemetery. I am related to most who are buried there and have visited several times. My Great-Great-grandfather once owned the old Young Hotel across the street and lived in the old log cabin that was moved to the Young home. (log home removed last time I visited)

Again thanks for transferring this cemetery for me to manage. I have a great deal of information I can add.

Regards.

Bill Hall
The Woodlands, TX
Added by Whall on Dec 04, 2013 3:23 PM
Cindy Mooney
RE: Harmon Matthews
No trouble at all. Just sorry we couldn't locate anything for you. Have a wonderful day.
Added by Cindy Mooney on Aug 26, 2013 6:44 AM
Carolyn Ellis
James Marshall
Nancy & Richard cleaned this stone up as much as they could. It is a little easier to read but still can't make out all the dates. I went ahead and posted it as you can see. This is in Lick Branch Cem., Washington Co., Indiana
Added by Carolyn Ellis on Aug 07, 2013 7:01 PM
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