|Meredith Drew Trawick (#46908319)|
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I have done the research to PROVE my ancestors for the following genealogical societies:
Jamestowne Society -
Colonial Dames of the XVII Century -
Daughters of the American Revolution -
Martin DIAL, Sr.
First Families of Georgia -
George BRITTAIN, Sr.
United States Daughters of 1812 -
William EDWARDS, Sr.
United Daughters of the Confederacy -
John Stephens DREW, Sr.
Thomas G. "Tom" KILE, Jr.
Isaac Newton MOONEY
Joseph Curtis SMITH
Henry Patrick SHACKELFORD
Francis Marion "Frank" QUEEN
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|charles harrison||memorial # 30928586|
Ms. trawick, greetings, the memorial in which you manage, #30928586 for John Jabez Harrison born 1869, show he was the son of Rev. Bill Augustus Harrison and Demeris Holmes Harrison. Bill and Demeris did have a second son named John M. Harrison born in 1873 who married a Roxie Brown and they are buried in Wheeler county ga. in the beulah baptist church cemetery. In 1870, William and Demeris are living with williams parents as newlyweds with no children. In 1880, John is the second son, born in 1873 at 7yrs. old. I have John M. Harrison's d.c. which clearly reflects his parentage as stated by his son vivian. John Jabez Harrison seems to have been the son of a William H. Harrison. I have requested the links be made and I do hope you will adjust your John Jabez memorial links accordingly, thank you, C. Harrison
|William Mills||Col. Obedience Robins|
My Robins lineage is thru his daughter, Mary Robins, who married Captain John Savage in 1667.
|William Mills||RE: Obedience Robins, #116970432|
Col. Obedience Robins is my direct line ancestor, as well. Thanks
|Bob Carter||Dean family of Anderson County, SC|
You seem to have a lot on the DEAN family in Anderson County, SC and was wondering if you are related? I have a friend in Greensboro, NC who is a descendant and he has very little information on his ancestral lines.
|N. Duke||RE: Henry W. Hester|
Thank you for your quick response and suggestion.
Unfortunately, I do not know Henry's first wife's maiden name.......I wish we could run across something that mentions it!
Again, thank you for your help with posting cemeteries, graves, etc.
Nan H. Duke
Added by N. Duke on Aug 20, 2014 8:17 AM
|N. Duke||Henry W. Hester|
Hello! Thank you for all the work you have done to record the records of other people's families. I wanted to ask our permission to include the photograph of Henry W. Hester's headstone in my genealogy. I will respect your request, and will not share it on Ancestry.com, FB or other internet outlets.
My husband is a descendent of Henry and Nancy (MNU) Hester and is one of their 4th g-grandsons.
Thank you for considering my request.
Nan H. Duke
Added by N. Duke on Aug 19, 2014 1:42 PM
|Brenda A. Darbyshire||RE: Plot Numbers - Oak Grove Cem., Brunswick, GA|
I have not been in about 3 years. My son use to live there and I would go take a few photos on the way to the quilt store. He has moved back home and we live in Albany. Glad to see someone is going to clean up the wonderful old cemetery. It has so much potential.
|Brenda A. Darbyshire||Plot Numbers|
Have you been there? Obviously not, there are no markers in that overgrown cemetery to indicate where they are buried and it is a very small cemetery. This info will not help you find their graves.
|Donna ||Homer C. Cato|
Thanks for the info. According to his Muster Roll on Fold3 he enlisted on May 1, 1862 not Aug 24, 1864. He was admitted to the hospital in Howard's Grove, Richmond, Virginia on Aug 23, 1864, more than likely from complications of having his hand amputated the previous Feb. I've added the info to his page.
Added by Donna on Aug 03, 2014 10:13 PM
Sorry I made a boo boo in linking spouses. I did not catch it until after transferring.....
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