|Ginger Malphrus (#47153890)|
| || member for 4 years, 9 months, 7 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|No bio available.|
|Messages left for Ginger Malphrus (22)||[Leave Message]|
I am sorry I meant to say "where Thaney and her husband" were in 1850 not Thaney and Greenberry. I realize Greeenberry is the kid.
Added by Ronnie on Apr 04, 2014 1:27 PM
|Ronnie||Green Berry and Thaney Barnes|
Yes Thaney Barnes drives me crazy because I cannot find anything else out about her. I believe they moved to Georgia from North Carolina with the Newsomes and some people wondered if her maiden name was Newsome but I haven't seen proof, have you?. I have searched and searched and am so frusrated. I am determined to find out where she and Greenberry were when the Newsomes kept their kids in 1850. (Also when and where Thaney died.)
I think I might have messaged you and ancestry.com before. I will message you there. You may want to look at some things I found on the Barnes during my search.
Added by Ronnie on Apr 04, 2014 12:56 PM
|David Sawdy||Jessie Lowther|
Sorry your request to link Jessie as his own father is impossible. Please provide the correct information and I will add. Regards Dave
|Virgil K. Knight||Nephi Malphrus|
I added Lillie Belle to Nephi's memorial. I also transferred Nephi's memorial to you - have been meaning to for a while but forgot. You are doing a great job on his and the other memorials!
|Virgil K. Knight||RE: Denise Hall Scott|
Thanks for the obit about Denise - I didn't know.
|David Sawdy||Nellie Lowther|
Here is what you ask me to post
I think there needs to be a male involved.
|PStrickland||RE: Gerald Boykin, Jr.|
I have deleted his grandparents and connected him to his dad. Sorry it has taken so long to fix the matter.
|Anna O'Quinn Richter||Jasper county|
Found something that may be of interest to you:
And some names of these Swiss, French and German silk-makers are still borne by numerous residents of Jasper County. They include: Maurer (modern spelling, Moorer), Kieffer, and Malphrus. An old tradition is that whenever a Malphrus moved, he made sure that his mulberry tree moved with him, as a memento of the ancestral occupation at Purrysburg. Perhaps it served as a reminder of perseverance through grim, colonizing experiences, even as it served a practical purpose; for children, as well as silkworms, have an affinity for the tree with the tart, sweet fruit.
|Anna O'Quinn Richter||Martha Malphrus|
She's so distantly related to me, verrry distant. I've never done a transfer before, but I'll figure it out.
I am confused and want to be sure the information is correct. If you are related, I would be more than happy to transfer him to you.
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service