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Victoria Taylor-True (#47036752)
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Bio Photo Wishing everyone a safe prosperous & HAPPY NEW YEAR 2016 !!

Jan 9 - I will be a bit slower with processing than my magic fast normal. I have just found out I have a cataract, so I will be having it removed in June. But will work on updates as my focas allows. Thanks.
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Hi! Welcome to my little part of the world at Life in the Past Lane. http://KyUSA.addr.com [Online 10 years but offline for now]
Honoring the past generations, helping families to find their ancestors and finding out how many of us all have a connection and many more cuzins than we ever dreamed. Finding our ancestors and walking through the lands of times past.

I only work on genealogy on days ending in "Y"

For the cuzins I have met previously "Hi" and for the new cuzins I hope to meet "HI" to you to.
We have many many paths to walk that our ancestors walked, and our time here is in honor to them.

6-2013 NOTICE: PHOTOS of family members of my current lines - DO NOT TAKE without asking!!!! I have recently found my parents grandparents aunts uncles on other personal sites and have NO IDEA of when the cuzin took them or who they are. We are online to share information with family: BUT not without asking .. COPYRIGHT photos of precious parent /family photos etc are NOT TO BE TAKEN!!
Ask and see what happens ;-> !!!!


I leave "Daisys" on all family members that are in my data and lines [direct and extended].
I leave other flowers for memorials I have help link up and/or helped someone else with.
Other flowers also can mean I havent located or logged them in my data . We all have ALOT of branches and trees to climb and exp

I just love it when you go to update your profile..hit save and your profile is 1/2 missing..pooofers...nada...rewrite from memory what you had up for years..Yeah , I'll get right on that..LOL
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Beverly Aker
RE: re Cecil G HIll 120714522
That's great. We finally got that solved.
Thanks for her maiden name.

Beverly
Added by Beverly Aker on Jul 18, 2016 6:17 PM
Beverly Aker
RE: re Cecil G HIll 120714522

Vickie,

Ijust went into some of my ancestry files and I have a wife for Richard as Gladys born 1907 in VA.

That surely must be his wife.

Beverly
Added by Beverly Aker on Jul 16, 2016 12:44 PM
Beverly Aker
RE: re Cecil G HIll 120714522

Vickie,

It just struck me after you finding the middle name as Gladys. I know another female relative named, Cecil and even a mail named Vivian. I bet that Cecil Gladys is his wife. I'm going to do some checking on that basis. I hadn't found a wife for him yet.

Thanks for the help.

Beverly
Added by Beverly Aker on Jul 16, 2016 12:35 PM
Beverly Aker
RE: re Cecil G HIll 120714522
Thanks Vickie, for removing Cecil.

I have found that many times the Hill clan has joined with other cousins, etc. in buying land or other things ever since they started from NC before 1870 when they got to Va and W.V. and I have no idea at this point who Cecil was but I plan to try and check for him later. Many of the original land purchases that I have found have been by cousins going in together in those early settlings.

Beverly
Added by Beverly Aker on Jul 16, 2016 10:24 AM
Paula Reno
Willis Murphy
Thank you so much for your hard work and effort.
Added by Paula Reno on Jul 14, 2016 7:00 AM
Beverly Aker
Cecil G HIll 120714522
Hello,

I had asked you to connect Richard Hill to his father James Frank Hill but you also connect a Cecil G. Hill 120714522 that has a strange connecting tombstone. I can see why you might think he belongs also but he doesn't. Cecil was not a son of James Frank. He could be a relative that Richard met that I have not connected to my family but he is not a son of James Frank. As you can see the Hills are a large family. Would you please take Cecil off the connection to James Frank?

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=120714522

Beverly Aker
Added by Beverly Aker on Jul 14, 2016 6:03 AM
mohmoyler
Fleming/Phlemon Brown
Hi Victoria,

I recently found your page on Haywood Cox of Grayson County (1814-1892) by way of ancestry.com. My third great grandfather was Fleming Brown (born abt. 1842), a "mulatto" who, as an eight-year-old, appears as a member of Haywood's household in 1850 and as a next-door neighbor in 1860. Fleming shows up in the census in 1870, but he has moved with his family to Old Town.

I was wondering, would you possibly have any idea as to why Fleming and his brother Jack lived with Haywood and the Bennetts in 1850? Merely a ward, perhaps? What do you think?

Sincerely,
Hunter
Added by mohmoyler on Jul 12, 2016 5:48 PM
John B. Wells III
Nathan Ward
The Nathan Ward listed in the 1860 Whitley County census died prior to 1870. The 1870 Whitely County census lists his widow Eleanor Ward along with most of the children listed in the 1860 census. The 1850 census is a transcription error. Note in the original that the census taker tried to correct the mistake and did a very sloppy job of trying to change the name of the head of the household.

John Wells
wellsga@bellsouth.net
Added by John B. Wells III on Jul 11, 2016 3:56 PM
Susan Parker
Frederick Quesenberyy 1772-1854
Thank you for all the work you do in tracking down tombstones and their inscriptions and sharing the information with others. My granddaughter is 7 generations removed from this grandfather.
Added by Susan Parker on Jul 03, 2016 5:14 PM
Angela Veach
Nathan Ward Jr
I've been trying to document Ward Cemtery in Corbin correctly. I'd like to help you locate Nathan Ward Jr, but I cannot find where he might be positioned at in the cemetery. Would you have any more details that I could go on? Right now I'm not even sure he's in this cemetery. Any info on a lead might help. Even if he's in another close cemetery I would like to help you correctly document.
Thanks,
Angela
Added by Angela Veach on Jul 03, 2016 1:55 AM
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