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Pat Feagins (#43370551)
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Patrick Feagins, Richmond, Texas.
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Bonnie Boggs
John Boggs Cemetery Madison Co KY
Hi, Pat,
I have made an edit request to have John Boggs 1759-1847 removed as the father of James Coleman Boggs that you manage. John Boggs of the John Boggs Cemetery in Madison Co., KY is a different John Boggs than John McKinley Boggs, father of JCBoggs. Although they both lived at the same time and close to each other (Madison Co. where Boonesboro is located and Lexington, Fayette Co., KY about 30 miles away), and they were likely related and certainly knew each other, they are two different people. Boggs researcher (me included) have not determined the death date, location or burial location for John McKinley Boggs. Nor do we know where his wife, Martha Oliver Boggs is buried and when she died. We know she lived for at least 20 years after when we believe he died sometime around or after 1810 when he disappears from the written record in Lexington. Martha is a widow running a boarding house in later census.
I hope you will consider this request. Thanks!
Bonnie Boggs
ggg-granddaughter, John Boggs 1759 DE to 1847 KY
Added by Bonnie Boggs on Sep 23, 2016 5:30 PM
Anna Jaech
J. Coleman Boggs
Thank you! My gg grandfather, John B. Williams, was one of his students. He was apprenticed to the Missouri Statesman of Columbia at 14. When he was 21 he was a half partner with Wm. Switzler. He went on to est. 3 Missouri papers & operated the Missouri Telegraph of Fulton from 1853-1882. I believe this tells one about the skill & enthusiasm of Coleman Boggs! (They were neighbors.)
Added by Anna Jaech on Mar 12, 2016 11:34 AM
Allie Holden
Clinton,Dewitt County, Texas
Can you tell me the date this picture of the Old Clinton Cemeter was taken. My ancestors from the early 1800's are buried here. Was a list made at that time, or just a picture taken? Thank you very much.
Added by Allie Holden on Mar 06, 2016 4:20 PM
Dr. James Coleman Boggs
Hi Pat, Thank you for looking for the gravestone of Dr. James Coleman Boggs, he was my 3rd great uncle, his brother Thomas Jefferson Boggs was my 3rd great grandfather. I have the same problem finding Thomas Jefferson Boggs' gravestone, I know of his cemetery in California but his gravestone has not been located.
So you and I are Boggs cousins, it is wonderful to find a cousin during the Holidays.
All my best to you, I will save you here as a friend, please keep me updated if you find more information.
Always, Catherine
Added by Catherine on Dec 07, 2013 5:49 PM
Sue Mosser
Nancy Lucy Curtis Carson
I am descended from Nancy Lucy & Thomas Roe Curtis. I show Nancy Lucy Curtis to be one of their children, but I have no other information about her, such as date of birth, etc. I found your memorial for her & husband Thomas Henderson Carson on Find A Grave. When I read the story about the yellow fever deaths, I guessed that your Nancy Lucy must be a sister to Elizabeth Melinda Curtis, who died of the fever along with her husband in 1853. Is this true? Please contact me at, so we can discuss these people. My Boggs relatives lived in & are buried in Marquez, & I have discovered another connection to the Carson family, so I know these people are connected someway. HELP!

Sue Mosser
Added by Sue Mosser on Jul 20, 2013 6:29 PM
RE: Matilda Feagins
You are correct, my Skeltons have no relationship to your line. Sorry about the misstaken request. Morris
Added by Morris on Apr 17, 2013 12:46 PM
Sterling Parker
Hello Pat. You must be kin someway. If you would like you can write me back at and we can discuss kinfolks.
Added by Sterling Parker on Oct 21, 2010 3:53 PM
Sterling Parker
Nancy Lucy Curtis Carson
Hi Pat, I am Sterling Parker. My great great grandmother was Elizabeth Louisa Curtis of Maringo Co., Alabama. She married James Phillips Parker in Scott Co. Miss. and they moved to Leon Co. in the Fall of 1852. Both are buried in the Buffalo Sand Hills Cemetery.
I have a question. Have you located a marker in the cemetery where you have Nancy Lucy and Thomas Henderson Carson buried? In the picture you have, has Thomas Hinderson died before the picture was taken?

Sterling Parker
Added by Sterling Parker on Oct 21, 2010 3:14 PM
Kane Smith
I am writing to request permission to use some of your photos for my family tree website. My wife is related to you on your Traweek lineage within the Traweeks that stayed in Alabama. It's a private non-revenue generating website on Tribalpages.
Added by Kane Smith on Aug 19, 2010 3:19 PM
Greta Mankins
Thomas and Matilda Feagins
My son-in-law is descended from Thomas W. and Matilda Feagins through their son Hugh Thomas. I saw you had pictures of Thomas and Matilda. I was wondering if perhaps you had pictures of their chidren or a family photo. I would appreciate if you could email me the photos if you have them. Thanks in advance
Added by Greta Mankins on Sep 04, 2009 6:43 PM
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