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|I have been working on my family history for only about 3 years now. Surnames in my family are JONES, LOCKHART, HAWKINS, FRANKS, FLIPPO, DUNN, SAMUEL, STILES, LEE, NIX, and GRAY. If you think you might be connected to my family, please feel free to contact me - I would love to hear from you!|
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|annie hawkins||hawkins family|
bud hawkins was my grandfather . do you have any info to share about him and his children . my father was the youngest of bud and janes children. his name was basil.
|Lilly S. Arnold||Cousin by marriage|
Hello, my name is Lilly Sue Freeman-Arnold.George Freeman and Susan stiles were my grandparents. My father was George H. Freeman. He passed away in 1967.I am 66yo. and live in Fort Worth,Texas.Also I have always gone by my middle name Sue.
I hope this may help you in some way. I also have a sister,Mary Katherine.
|Justin Buck||Stiles Cemetery|
Do you know the location of Stiles Cemetery. I'm doing a tree for my boss and his family is buried here
|Barbara Lintner||Still Active|
Just checking to see if you are still active?
I'm just checking to see if you are still an active member on Find A Grave? Sherry
Added by Sherry on May 10, 2013 5:24 AM
I think we may be connected. I am a descendant of Bud Hawkins. I come from the Lockhart/Hawkins line
|Beth Hemphill||William Henry Clark #26988378|
"In 1886, William returned to Brandon to marry Virginia Maxey (Jennie) Falls. They moved to 613 Ross Avenue in Dallas. At some time, he brought his mother, Mary McDowell Clark and his wife's family, Absolom Theopolis (A. T.) and Sarah Elizabeth (Bettie) Maxey Falls, to Dallas. He built an important law practice and was the youngest president to the Texas Bar Association when he was elected in 1897."
This is the bio that you have on William Henry Clark buried in Dallas County Texas; Birth: May 2, 1861 Death: Sep. 17, 1931.
You have linked him to my 2nd great grandparents who only had girls their names were William H. Clark (1843 to 1916) and Margaret Winnefred Brown Clark (1848 to 1929). Although Margaret had a brother who survived the War and moved to Texas if they went to Texas it was only to see him. But their family was here in Louisville, Mississippi and this was where they lived and died. My Grandfather (their grandson Woodrow Wilson Woodruff) always talked about how they did not have sons only daughters. His mother was William Maragret "Willie" Clark-Woodruff she was one of their daughters.
Please remove the link. Thank you for all you do for Find-a-Grave I am sure that you are as happy to get the information right as I am.
Thank you again for your help. If I can do anything here for you let me know and I will be glad to help in any way.
|Bobbie Camp Floyd||Lawrence Camp|
Thank you for your kindness!
|barbara||Thank you! Laura..|
for kate wilson's transfer. I have linked her to one of her children memorials,hope to have others posted soon!
Added by barbara on Jun 23, 2010 7:11 PM
|Cyndi Wiseman||Charles Davis Adams & Martha Knight Adams|
Thank you so much for transfering the memorials of Charles and Martha Adams in Greenwood Cemetery. I have added more information, and linked them to their parents and each other.
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