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Margaret Kitchens J. Miller (#47261495)
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In my younger years I was not interested in the "Family Tree". I was busy with my children and then grandchildren. In later years, I found a note in my mother's possession from one of her aunts and it gave her Father's family and birthdates. From this little note I started my "Family Tree" and I have throughly enjoyed finding all my past relatives.
I have enjoyed "Find a Grave" since my daughter-in-law introduced me to it. It has really helped with my ancestry. So much information out there.
If you find mistakes, please notify me and I will be happy to correct them.
If you request management of a grave, I will be glad to transfer to you as long as this person is not a relative of mine. If you are closer related to this person, then certainly I will transfer management to you. Only a few have I added that are not related to me or my husband.
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Christy Beach
RE: Charles Kitchens & Elizabeth Lumsden
Ah...that explains it! I was starting to wonder if there was another Charles Kitchens and Elizabeth Lumsden, and there confusing! Thanks so much for your help, Margaret!
Added by Christy Beach on Jan 11, 2014 7:32 PM
Christy Beach
Charles and Elizabeth Kitchens
Hi, Margaret! I am researching my 4x great grandfather Charles Kitchens. A couple of questions for you, if you have the info... 1. On ancestry, most records have him listed as Charles Bartholomew or Charles B. I noticed you have him listed as Charles M...any idea why the discrepency? 2. I see that Elizabeth Lumsden is listed as his only wife in all of my sources, but I've found marriage records that have them marrying in Dec. 1858, while all of the listed children were born in the early 1800-1820s. Were they not married when the children were born or was she not the biological mother? And 3. I've found paperwork stating that Charles B enlisted to fight in the Civil War at age 85 and died 3 years later. Have you found anything similar and do you have any idea if he died in the war? Thanks for any info you may have. I'm finding myself more fascinated with this family, the more I research! Christy Beach
Added by Christy Beach on Jan 10, 2014 9:53 AM
Susan Kitchens
Kitchens Family
My husband family is from Kentucky. I have found several Kitchens on this site. I have traced his family back to Thomas B.Kitchens b. abt. 1789 in Virginia. Some names are Thomas M., Finas, and Columbus Kitchens. Do you have any connection with these names?
Added by Susan Kitchens on Aug 26, 2013 10:46 AM
Rachael Rooks
Jackson City Cemetery
Since you maintain this memorial #51586450
Imogene Maddox Martin Fears (My step-mother) would you add her father #31950989 John Hessie Maddox and her mother #31950970 Annie Mae Maddox Maddox. Thanks.
Added by Rachael Rooks on Feb 11, 2013 6:08 PM
Shelby Pate Anderson
RE: John Miller
Dear Margaret
I'm not related to anybody in Heard County, GA. I moved here quite a few years back. But the particular cemetery you are referring to is in a real good friend of mine pasture. I was fascinated with it because it has been abandon and neglected. Sorry that I can't be of anymore help.
Added by Shelby Pate Anderson on Apr 22, 2011 1:25 PM
Cherry Stewart
RE: Albert Amsie Worrell
I connected Eliza & Jefferson but since you are the contributor (owner) of Amsie Worrell's memorial you will need to add them as his parents.
Added by Cherry Stewart on Feb 10, 2011 6:58 PM
Cherry Stewart
RE: Albert Amsie Worrell
Please contact me at
If you have information on Worrell Family.
Added by Cherry Stewart on Feb 10, 2011 6:42 PM
Linda Dearing
Sarah Adalene Deering Fincher
I saw your entry and had a question. Where did you get the information, was it from the tombstone or another source. I found a family tree with different dates, but there was no source. I was excited to see yours.
Also Thomas J. Deering husband of Matilda Kitchens, was he the son of Reuben or William Dearing. William also had a Thomas J., but I wasn't sure if her married Matilda or possibly Elizabeth Berks.

I hope you can help me.
Thanks anyway
Added by Linda Dearing on Jul 31, 2010 5:09 PM

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