|connie lawson (#46917371)|
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i am the 5th great grandaughter to william lawson the rebel..i am also related to the smith's, caudill's, banks's, whitaker's, richardson's, mann's, risner's, well just about everyone in or from ky..lol..i have been doing research on my family lines for now about 2 years. have found lots of loving new cousins and friends who have helped along the way. i live in indiana. around so bend area..and would be willing to try and help anyone who is not able to get up this way for thier ancestrys in the cem. around here. blessings connie|
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|Barbara Wolf||Henry Lawson, Sparta|
I could find no Henry Lawson in Section 7, Row 10 nor did I find his name in their records. I am attempting to contact the new caretaker to see if he can find his name.
|Barbara Wolf||Isaac Lawson, Lake View|
I checked the Noble County Library and found a obit for Nora Lawson which did mention her husband I. H. Lawson. I also found an article about a Katherine Lawson who was blind but did a lot of knitting for the troops but I found nothing on your request. Barb
We walked the Woodville Cemetery today but never saw a Lawson plot or Andrew's tombstone. Sorry.
|Hochi||RE: Lawson family|
All my Lawson photos will be from Leon and Gadsden Counties, Florida
Added by Hochi on Jan 29, 2015 6:57 AM
|Margie Marcil||RE: Helen w. Lawson woodville cemetery|
I happened to take the photo of Helen Lawson's headstone while at the cemetery photographing another one for a Find-a-Grave request. I often take pictures of headstones around the one I've been requested to take. I don't really know anything about Helen W Lawson. I did look her up in the Woodville Cemetery Index online and the only additional piece of information was the entry in the "Relationship" column. It says, "A friend of the Houston-Richards family). I don't know where that tidbit will lead you, but...
The Woodville Cemetery is also called the "White Church Primitive Baptist Church." The cemetery is also called the White Church Cemetery. The cemetery manager (according to the index website) is Angela Cassidy. Her email address is Ancestor_Lady@yahoo.com. I don't know how old this information is on the website, but it is worth a try.
I tried to find an obituary online but could find nothing.
If I stumble across anything else I'll pass it along to you.
|Sharon Risner||Re: Emichael Risner|
Connie, I have a site that I am going to send you a invite to.
There are pictures and other files here. Go down to the File section and open it up. There you will see a file on Michael Risner and his burial or marker. Open it up.
Robert "Bob" Whittaker posted it and he also has pictures in his story.
The marker shows a E instead of a C if you look real close. Michael also went by Emichael Risner.
I hope you enjoy the site.
|Cindi||RE: Smith family|
Sorry, I am not. Wishing you a wonderful Christmas!
Added by Cindi on Dec 03, 2014 5:37 PM
|Lynda S. Wise||Artie Line, Beryl and Thelma Smith|
Hi Connie, I have found Thelma's place of burial and ask that her parents be linked, but I don't have Artie and Beryl's findagrave # to link them. If you have the links, pls send them to me.
|David Hibbitts||RE: whitaker family|
To answer your question about my Hampton line, my ggg grandparents were William L. Hibbard and Francis Ann Cook, William was the son of Lemuel Hibbard and Sally Bunch.
|karen wooley||RE: Backs/Bachs|
Samuel and Valoria Richardson were my husbands great grandparents.....his grandmother Ada Roxie Richardson married Wesley Earl Wooley/Woolley who was born in Texas. "Pappaw" and his three children all worked for the Cotton Belt Railroad.I have no clue why Pappaw and Mammaw's families moved to TX or how they met. My husband passed in 1997 before I started genealogy. The only one left is his step mom who has dementia.I do have his aunts work from many years before ancestry.com . She had to do it the hard way.... :)
Glad to share anything I have that might be of interest.
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