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I am a retired woman who loves doing research. I found out about Findagrave.com because one of my genealogy friends sent me the information that my mother's grave was listed here. I am researching the names Harrell, Randolph, Chisum, George, Robinson, Horn, Bailey, Shirley, Howell, Pilant, and related lines. The last three hundred years or so they have all been in the south, except a few distant lines migrated to Ohio and Indiana.|
I also love cats, and currently six of them own me!
If I have made any mistakes or omissions, please email me with the appropriate information so I can correct them. If you are more closely related than I am to any of the memorials I have created, I'll be happy to transfer them to you upon request.
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|Kristy Rice||RE: Turnage(Crowley Cemetery)|
The book isn't online. I wish it was. My uncle says it's in the museum in Richmond, MO. The weird part of all this is I never knew I was related to them until I talked with him. I just asked him if he knew anything about Jesse Turnage, and he said " Oh, yea, were related" So that had me picking his brain! If they ever put it online, I will let you know! He's suppose to send me some of the Bio. of Sam Colley. But we had a death this week, so things aren't the same. If I get anymore info, I will be sure to post even the smallest thing! Oh, the father William was one of the 1st pioneers in this area, and started several churches. He was a Baptist minister. I guess he is in the history of 1881 Ray County, from what my uncle says. More to dig. Thank you, take care. I will let you know.
|Bill and Denise||RE: Clyde Stevenson Click|
We recently went to East Mount Calm cemetery and took photos of the columns of names and then walked where that location was according to the wall. All headstones ended up looking the same. Just an open flat field with rectangle flat pieces of cement for each burial. No names on any of the cement markers. I was just glad that we had captured the one you needed.
|Kristy Rice||Turnage(Crowley Cemetery)|
Hi Valita. I was looking back and remember looking for Rev. William Turnage's stone. Since then I went back to photo the whole cemetery. While I never found his stone, I did find quite a few Turnage's not memorialized in Find A Grave. 2 might possibly be his children. Jesse C. and Morgan. I found info on the Jesse, he was slaughtered by Bloody Bill Anderson's gang. But I haven't looked far into Morgan. Also there is another Rev. William Turnage. Please look through the memeorials I have created, and see if anyone might be a link. I would love to give them a good home, if you would like any, or know anyone that is related. I will try to get more info on all of them, but I can only go so far. Just let me know, and I will help anyway I can.
|Immanuel Robbins||Cora Fugate|
I saw you left some info are u related to her or know any more
|Rick Miller||Harrells and Welches|
The fartherest back I can take my Harrells is the 1860 census in Lawrence County, Alabama. From there they moved to Wise County, Texas, and eventually to Jefferson County, Oklahoma. My great-great-grandfather was Jasper C "Jack" Harrell. His mother was called Lizzie and Betsy, so her name was probably Elizabeth. I have never been able to find his father or her maiden name.
My Welches hail from Eastern Tennessee. They lived in Grainger and Hancock Counties from the early 1800s to 1901, when they moved to Oklahoma via Texas.
Does it sound like we might have any connections?
|David Bates||Photo Request|
No problem with getting the photo of James grave. I like to do search the cemeteries, but there are so many volunteers in my immediate area that I rarely get an opportunity before a request is claimed. Salida and Poncha Springs seems to have quite a few requests open and a trip gave me an opportunity to help.
As for my open request for Eber Homan in Preble County, thank you if you get the chance. No need to go out of your way. It is a small world when we can help each other.
|ForeverHisAngel||RE: Sarah Finetta|
you are most welcome, though the thanks goes to the woman behind the counter she was very sweet and it would not have been possible without her!
Alfred Bevis b. August 12, 1838 in Hamilton County, Ohio, died March 12, 1902 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He is buried at Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, Sec. 27, Lot 21 with his first wife Lida Virginia Jones (1839-1897) and three children from his first marriage, Alfred Bevis (1867-1867), Henry Jones Bevis (1868-1870) and Lida Virginia Bevis (1871-1954). Interment cards are available for viewing at their website.
Added by Debbie on Aug 13, 2013 3:09 PM
|JimM||RE: Daniel Guy, Leach Cemetery|
You are welcome. I'm helping my wife with a East TN Historical Society project to survey the condition of our Civil War Veteran's graves and markers. Daniel is an addition to our inventory.
Added by JimM on Aug 04, 2013 7:00 AM
|Sammy Boyd||Delila Frances "Fannie" (Butler) Alders|
This may be Delila Frances Butler, who married William M Alders, and they had at least one child, Mary Alberta Alders, who married Lee Jackson Chisum. If anyone knows for sure, please let me know! Also, is there more than one William M Alders?
Added: Dec. 11, 2007
You are correct. This is Delila Frances Butler. She was the second wife of William Montgomery Alders. They were married 15 May 1879 in Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches County, TX. They had five (5) children.
William Montgomery Alders' first wife was Elizabeth Ann Skillern (1837-1878). They were married 05 Oct 1865 in Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches County, TX. They had six (6) children. Elizabeth is buried in the Skillern Family Cemetery, Nacogdoches County, TX. There is an old marker and a newer marker for her. Both markers have identical dates on them.
To the best of my knowledge, there was only one William Montgomery Alders.
Elizabeth Ann (Skillern) Alders was my 2nd cousin 3 times removed, as well as other relationships, through the Skillern and Anderson families of Bledsoe County, TN.
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