|G. Abbott (#46954848)|
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Getting closer and closer...to finding Benjamin Franklin Abbott born 1812, who married Caroline Pickett Willis, b. 1817.|
Trying to link the family.
If they aren't my lines, I will do a transfer. Memorial # to further your research/contacts.
If you want my notes or info on what I know about any of these family groups, I am very happy to share it.
Update: WOW...I found some amazing links, to two of my oldest and current friends, to Gov. Mouton of early LA, more Lewis and Clark ties, Theriot of Nova Scotia to Felipe II of Spain, Elizabeth Valois (Queen), and more royals in many lines to many. We three tie at Jean Theriot, 3 gens down from Felipe II of Spain and Catherine de Medici. Gov. Mouton owned Carencro plantation, the Haunted plantation, FYI..."The Myrtles" is part of the Mouton estates and family.
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|Patricia Mechling||James Madison Bell|
The Battle of San Jacinto was in April, 1836. [James was born in 1826 per records] James M. Bell's father is recorded as living in Alabama around that time. (1836-1837) The family of eight children and his wife would have been there conceivably. There is little reason to think that James' father would volunteer for the Sam Houston army at that time.
There were apparently 100's of volunteers who rode in from surrounding territories to aid Houston's forces. The Texans and volunteer soldiers' losses were minimal throughout the battle against the Mexicans.
|Lynda Duncan Miles||Elmo Bennett|
Thank you so much for the link to Elmo's father! I appreciate the help, and do so love to have my memorials connected to the family.
|Glynn Myers||RE: Wyble, Duplechain, Carrier(e), St. Cyr, Briggs|
Will be glad to share my family tree info with you. Send me an e-mail and I can send you PDF documents for the branches you are interested in.
Our research here on our tree "Wanette" at ancestry.com is strictly people who resided in Wanette, Pottawatomie Co., OK, but its there in case you want to peak. Its my database of people who lived in the area of Wanette. I appreciate information on his parents. I've saved your message in case I hear from any other McCormick or Reed researchers. Keep in touch with us, Mindy
Added by Mindy on May 06, 2014 1:29 PM
|Mindy||Charles H. McCormick # 12141548|
Yes, you are correct. This is the same family. He was born in Denton Co., Tx and died in Pottawatomie Co., OK. There are actually more children which he Charles is the father of. Mindy
Added by Mindy on May 06, 2014 9:11 AM
|Lynda Duncan Miles||Margaret Alberta Bennett|
Burial: Harmony Ridge Cemetery. Margaret was a baby, died at 2 days old of Diphtheria. Here is her D/C info:
Texas, Death Certificates, 1903–1982
Name: Margaret Alberta Bennett
Mother: Lora Alice Fox
Father: Wayne D. Bennett
Birth: 26 Sep 1919 - Aow Aala County(Community), Bend, Texas
Death: 28 Sep 1919 - Sham Bend Community, Mills, Texas
The link for the husband James Bennett:
70306273 you provided must be another Margaret Bennett.
Thanks. Your msg. prompted me to research her, as I had just had that memorial transferred from deceased graver Sharon Ivy.
|Anonymous||RE: Ancestry research|
Most libraries have access to Ancestry.com that you can use for free. An invitation to a family tree can be visited without being a member. I will invite you if you like... email@example.com
|Barbara Milligan Rowe Elliottt||Re: George Washington Clark|
I added the info you provided for George Washington Clark 57877298 to his Bio. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance
|Donna L. Tolliver||Eleanor Stribling|
G. Just got your message....I sure do not understand it. The memorial number is one number shy and she does not show up on Find A Grave. Please be more specific on your note???? Judith Wroe Briggs 3352472 one number shy?
|Zelda Capehart||William Briggs|
Thanks for the information. I have added it to his memorial. Do you have any idea where his wives are buried? Tried to do a search but there are just too many with the same name and none of them were buried in Tennessee Point Cemetery.
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