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Delores Sorenson
Alfred Bandy
Debra I am doing some work on our cemetery and I am working with Alfred Bandy's burial. I would like to know if he was in te militay and if so what branch of service? We do celebrations on Memorial Day and at Christmas for our veterans and I am comprising a book with each man/woman that was in service.
oh, while i am at it, I noticed His wife Janey or is it Janie? Be glad to change it.
Added by Delores Sorenson on Sep 29, 2011 9:12 AM
D. Bagwell
McBryde Cemetery in Georgia
Debra,

I noticed that you added memorials for four people in the McBryde family cemetery in Georgia, but that you also requested photos for them.

I was wondering if you are related to this McBryde family. Robert is my 4th great-grandfather. I was very fortunate to have been able to find this cemetery last summer while on vacation, so I do have photos to dig out.

If you are related, I would love to make contact to share info and see how we connect. If you are not related, perhaps you would consider transfering those memorials to me.

Either way, I look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you,
Diana Norton-Bagwell
Added by D. Bagwell on Jun 20, 2010 12:03 PM
bailey
Charlotte Ann Cash
Please change Cash to the last name.

Maiden names are used when one gets married.
Added by bailey on May 28, 2010 4:29 AM
Gary D. Hamm, Sr.
Martha B. Cooper-Hamm
Would like to know where she is located and see gravestone and any pictures of her and ASA. See my profile for more details about me.

Notes:
Asa Callicot Hamm
Born: 1-15-1837 Wayne Cty, Tenn.
Died: 9-10-1913 Lurton, Newton , County AR

1 Spouse: Martha B. Cooper
Born: abt 1838-1840 Wayne Cty, Tenn (Ref. As Deaf Mute on Census)
Died: 12-1-1877 Yellville, Marion Cty, AR
Buried: Tarlton Cemetery, Lurton, Newton Co. Arkansas not sure of her where abouts.
Married: abt 1858 to 1875 (Asa 21 yr.)
Asa lived with Martha and their family in Red River Township, Searcy County, Arkansas until about 1875 when they moved near Yellville and it was there that Martha died of childbirth complications. After her death, Asa married twice more.

Martha Cooper moved to Bear Creek, Searcy County, Ark. at the age of 13 with her parents. Soon after, she married Asa Hamm. Asa enlisted 1-1-1864 along with his brother-in-law Newton Cooper in the 3rd Ark. Cal. (Union). Martha and Asa lived in the Red River Twp., Searcy County until sometime around 1875 when they moved to near Wellville, Marion County, Ark. There she died of childbirth complications. After her death, Asa married Martha J. Bradshaw Austin with whom he had 4 children., and he married Elizabeth Cox with whom he had no children. Martha was a death mute, as were her brothers George W. and Archibald. A story has survived down through the generations regarding her concern about her children's ability to hear. It is said that when each of her children were babies, she would bring in a large rock and drop it on the floor by the crib. She would watch the baby's reaction to the noise, and would smile with glee when she saw them react to the sudden noise. Martha and Asa had 8 children, all born in Red River Twp., Searcy County, Ark., except for the last one or two who were born near Wellville in Marion County, Ark. Sometime around 1888, Asa and his younger children suddenly and abruptly moved the the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, after which hereturned to Ark. sometime before 1896, living out his life at Lurton in Newton County, Arkansas.

1. Title: Elliott, Norma, Personal knowledge and family records
Abbrev: Elliott, Norma
2. Title: Hamm, Dr. Jack R., Research, personal knowledge, and family records
Abbrev: Hamm, Dr. Jack R.
Publication: 1989
3. Title: Smith, Harry B., Research, personal knowledge, and family records
Abbrev: Smith, Harry B.
Publication: 1990
4. Title: 1860 Federal Census of Searcy County, Arkansas
Abbrev: 1860 Census of Searcy County, Arkansas
Note: Roll: M653_50, Written Page No. 131, Stamped Page No. 953, Dwelling No. 790, Family No. 781, Lines 17 through 19
Hamm, Asa, 24, farmer, born in Tennessee
Hamm, Martha, 21, born in Tennessee, deaf & dumb
Hamm, Caroline, 1, born in Arkansas
5. Title: 1880 Federal Census of Marion County, Arkansas
Abbrev: 1880 Census of Marion County, Arkansas
Note: Roll: T9_51, Unable to read written page number, Enumeration District No. 109, Dwelling No. 145, Family No. 146
Hamm, Asa C., 41, widowed, farmer, born in Tennessee
Hamm, George W., 18, son, farm labor, born in Arkansas
Hamm, William A., 16, son, farm labor, born in Arkansas
Hamm, Martha J., 14, daughter, keeping house, born in Arkansas
Hamm, Tennessee E., 5, daughter, born in Arkansas
Hamm, Silas G., 2, son, born in Arkansas
6. Title: Renfroe, Betty (nee Powell), Research and family records
Abbrev: Renfroe, Betty (nee Powell)
Publication: 24 February 2000
7. Gary D. Hamm Great Grandson of Asa Callioct & Martha Cooper Hamm Personal knowledge and family records.
Note: Referencing the Will of James Hamm + Samuel Ham (Asa Callicot) ?? Wife Marget Callicot. Ususally a man or woman carrying a surname such as CALLICOT is to keep his maternal side's name continuing is what I have discovered in my research.


Journal of the Ordinary: 10-28-1820 Will of Asa Callicot proved by Joseph Red and
Samuel Hamm; qualified Alexander Presitt ext.

Last Will and Testament of Asa Callicot of Spartanburg District; rec. 12 Dec 1820; made 21 Aug. 1820; the whole of my estate to my wife marget Callicot to raise and support my three children, William, James, and Asa; Alexander Prewitt Senr. Exrs;

Asa Callicot. wit; SML. Hamm, Joseph Red, John W. Lancaster Ord. S. D.


Added by Gary D. Hamm, Sr. on Mar 31, 2010 12:12 PM
Gary D. Hamm, Sr.
Asa & Martha Hamm
Thought this would be of assistance to youin any research you may be compiling. Please contact me if desired. garydhamm53@yahoo.com

"Asa Callicutt Hamm" Notations ref. (Calcutta-Callicott) Great Grand Father

Born: 1-15-1837 Wayne Cty, Tenn.
Died: 9-10-1913 Lurton, Newton , County AR
1 Spouse: Martha B. Cooper
Born: abt 1838-1840 Wayne Cty, Tenn (Ref. As Deaf Mute on Census)
Died: 12-1-1877 Yellville, Marion Cty, AR
Buried: Tarlton Cemetery, Lurton, Newton Co. Arkansas
Married: abt 1858 to 1875 (Asa 21 yr.)
Asa lived with Martha and their family in Red River Township, Searcy County, Arkansas until about 1875 when they moved near Yellville and it was there that Martha died of childbirth complications. After her death, Asa married twice more.

Martha & Asa
Children: Silas, Tennessee, Francis, Samuel, Martha, William A.,George W., Caroline (All from Snowball, Searcy County, AR


Martha Cooper moved to Bear Creek, Searcy County, Ark. at the age of 13 with her parents. Soon after, she married Asa Hamm. Asa enlisted 1-1-1864 along with his brother-in-law Newton Cooper in the 3rd Ark. Cal. (Union). Martha and Asa lived in the Red River Twp., Searcy County until sometime around 1875 when they moved to near Wellville, Marion County, Ark. There she died of childbirth complications. After her death, Asa married Martha J. Bradshaw Austin with whom he had 4 children., and he married Elizabeth Cox with whom he had no children. Martha was a death mute, as were her brothers George W. and Archibald. A story has survived down through the generations regarding her concern about her children's ability to hear. It is said that when each of her children were babies, she would bring in a large rock and drop it on the floor by the crib. She would watch the baby's reaction to the noise, and would smile with glee when she saw them react to the sudden noise. Martha and Asa had 8 children, all born in Red River Twp., Searcy County, Ark., except for the last one or two who were born near Wellville in Marion County, Ark. Sometime around 1888, Asa and his younger children suddenly and abruptly moved the the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, after which hereturned to Ark. sometime before 1896, living out his life at Lurton in Newton County, Arkansas.

Source: Steve Pierron's Homepage - Relatives of Joseph Pierron of Hennemont, France
Source: Pamela Rolland Easton provided the following notes as well:
1. Title: 1880 Federal Census
Note: http://www.familysearch.org
Note: 1
Repository:
Note: http://www.familysearch.org
Media: Civil Registry


2 Spouse: Elizabeth Cox Born abt 1845 Married abt 1882 (Asa 45 yr.
Living in Newton County

3 Spouse: Martha J. Bradshaw-Austin Born abt 1850 Married abt 1895 (Asa 58 yr.)

Children: Eber Hamm


Event: Milit-Beg 01 JAN 1864
Note: War Between The States, Quartermaster
Sergeant, Company M, 3rd Arkansas Cavalry,
Union Army 1
Census: 30 AUG 1860 Red River, Searcy County,
Arkansas, USA 5 1
Census: 16 JUN 1880 Prairie, Marion County,
Arkansas, USA 6 1

He fought may 13 1864 at cyprus bridge, ark dec. 2, 1864. He enlisted as quartermaster sgt. He bought 40 acres feb. 15, 1884, and 120 acres in june 28, 1905 in newton, ark.

Sources: Title: Hightower Family Genealogical Database [database online]. Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA: Anthony Lee Rockefeller
Abbrev: Hightower Family Genealogical Database [database online]. Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA: Anthony Lee Rockefeller
Publication: Copyright (c) 1996-2009, Anthony Lee Rockefeller
1. Title: Elliott, Norma, Personal knowledge and family records
Abbrev: Elliott, Norma
2. Title: Hamm, Dr. Jack R., Research, personal knowledge, and family records
Abbrev: Hamm, Dr. Jack R.
Publication: 1989
3. Title: Smith, Harry B., Research, personal knowledge, and family records
Abbrev: Smith, Harry B.
Publication: 1990
4. Title: 1860 Federal Census of Searcy County, Arkansas
Abbrev: 1860 Census of Searcy County, Arkansas
Note: Roll: M653_50, Written Page No. 131, Stamped Page No. 953, Dwelling No. 790, Family No. 781, Lines 17 through 19
Hamm, Asa, 24, farmer, born in Tennessee
Hamm, Martha, 21, born in Tennessee, deaf & dumb
Hamm, Caroline, 1, born in Arkansas
5. Title: 1880 Federal Census of Marion County, Arkansas
Abbrev: 1880 Census of Marion County, Arkansas
Note: Roll: T9_51, Unable to read written page number, Enumeration District No. 109, Dwelling No. 145, Family No. 146
Hamm, Asa C., 41, widowed, farmer, born in Tennessee
Hamm, George W., 18, son, farm labor, born in Arkansas
Hamm, William A., 16, son, farm labor, born in Arkansas
Hamm, Martha J., 14, daughter, keeping house, born in Arkansas
Hamm, Tennessee E., 5, daughter, born in Arkansas
Hamm, Silas G., 2, son, born in Arkansas
6. Title: Renfroe, Betty (nee Powell), Research and family records
Abbrev: Renfroe, Betty (nee Powell)
Publication: 24 February 2000
7. Gary D. Hamm Great Grandson of Asa Callicot & Martha Cooper Hamm Personal knowledge and family records.
Note: Referencing the Will of James Hamm + Samuel Ham (Asa Callicot) Wife Marget Callicot. Ususally a man or woman carrying a surname such as CALLICOTT is to keep his maternal side's name continuing is what I have discovered in my research.


Journal of the Ordinary: 10-28-1820 Will of Asa Callicot proved by Joseph Red and
Samuel Hamm; qualified Alexander Presitt ext.

Last Will and Testament of Asa Callicot of Spartanburg District; rec. 12 Dec 1820; made 21 Aug. 1820; the whole of my estate to my wife Marget Callicot to raise and support my three children, William, James, and Asa; Alexander Prewitt Senr. Exrs;

Asa Callicot. wit; SML. Hamm, Joseph Red, John W. Lancaster Ord. S. D.



Added by Gary D. Hamm, Sr. on Mar 31, 2010 11:05 AM
Marian Bryson McGowen
RE: virgil howard
You are very welcome. I'm just glad to be able to help someone. It was my pleasure.
Added by Marian Bryson McGowen on Apr 22, 2009 9:03 AM
 

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