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My research interests are 17th century Virginia including the West, Claiborne, Fox, Fenn, & Croshaw families. My 18th century Virginia families include Hayes, Hite, Bowman, Dudley, Price, Bourne, Morgan, Morton, Poe & Graham. By the late 1700s many of these ancestors had migrated to Kentucky.|
My 17th century New England families include Emery, Welles, Tomlinson, Gault, Stickney, Webster and Merrill.
NOTE - please feel free to copy any of my gravestone photographs. DO NOT copy any other photographs without my written permission. The original paintings and photographs are either in my possession or belong to close family members.
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|Brian Swann||Tombstone of John Swann at Higginbottom Cemetery, Ruther Glen|
Thank you so much for the picture of this tombstone of John Swann (1773-1801). This may be a vital link in tracing his descendants, which may have been forgotten by history but may come from Edward Swan of Maryland, who arrived there by 1653/4. Only DNA combined with documentation will enable us to crack this.
|Backwoodsman||RE: Winnie Jones|
You're more than welcome. Glad I could help.
|George Seitz||RE: Charles Duke|
Thank you. It is my pleasure.
|Elizabeth Ann||Find A Grave|
sorry it took me so long to get #117394928 done, I fix the date God Bless you Elizabeth Ann
|cynthia mullens||RE: McConkeys|
I'll try again to find Lettie McConkey, if no one else posts a photo in the next few weeks. I was surprised that she was not with the rest of the family. However, Adolphus' headstone was next to his parents, and I went ahead and photographed that.
|Audrey DeCamp Hoffman||Robert Knollys #84442319|
Corrections have been made.
|Larry Ault||Virginia "Midge" Coleman Ellers|
Virginia "Midge" Coleman Ellers Find A Grave Memorial# 59365236
This link is for her marriage to Emery.
|cynthia mullens||RE: Kimble Family|
I hope you enjoy your trip to WV and to Woodsdale. There are a lot of Kembles interred there, and I was starting to wonder whether the Kimble name was misspelled! Of course, it's not. I don't have a plot map of that cemetery, and have to walk it whenever I go there. The Kimbles are all together, and have, as you saw, a family headstone. You can find that one by driving since they are along the road that goes around the cemetery.
|cynthia mullens||RE: Everlys|
|Royce E Hostetler||William Pugh|
Excellent gravestone photos. Thanks
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