I am a GENEALOGY nut. My Aunt Louise Dugger got me started about thirty years ago. I have done a lot of research on Dugger, Deal, Thomas, Dixon,and Doty. I have hundreds of grave photos from, Texas, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Oklahoma, Nortn Carolina, Virginia, Arkansas, Kentucky, and Mississippi. They are mostly of a Dugger Nature. I am willing to share my information with others. Doug Dugger
Lawrence O. Dugger - connect to Nellie Hyde? Hi Doug, I see you are doing genealogy research on your Dugger family. I saw you created a memorial for Lawrence O. Dugger and I am wondering if you have connected to him to Leroy Dugger and his wife, Nellie A. Hyde? Do you think he might be the person named George Oliver Lawrence Dugger. My ultimate goal is to connect Nellie Alberta Hyde to the correct Carlton Paul Hyde who is is the “presumed” (by most online family trees, which provide no citation) father of Nellie and the husband of Willmetta Killmer. Many family trees also connect Lawrence to Leroy but provide no proof. Unfortunately there may have been more than one Carlton, or C. P., or Carl, or C. Paul Hyde in the Oregon/Washington area and I am trying to unravel and prove that I have the correct Hyde-Killmer connection. Anything you have would be helpful, but of course my original question is the parentage of Lawrence Dugger. Thanks, Myron
Dugger info Hello Doug, I was wondering if you had any info on John W Dugger, married to Bunia/Buney Dugger. They had Laura Bell Dugger who died of cancer I believe in Coos County Oregon. She married my great grandfather Andrew Jackson Cornwell and they had a daughter: Beulah Vesta Cornwell who married Uriah Bricker. I'd like to link Beulah to her mother and family if possible. I haven't been able to find them. Thanks in advance. Nicole
I started the Brown Cemetery on Powell Drive, because none of the other Brown cemeteries had the correct location. So, I spent over a week collecting all the headstone information, taking pictures and inputting the information. When I was almost finish, I found that four of the entries were already on Find A Grave at a Brown cemetery with the GPS coordinates for Artella Dr. which is in a totally different part of town. I immediately deleted my duplicates of the four entries.
If you wish to correct the location on your cemetery, I'd be happy to move all the ones I've worked on in to it. Or, if you wish to just move the few you have into mine. Either way that works to merge all the entries .
This has not been a case of disrespect as the other Find A Grave member has implied, just one of confusion. So, please let me know what you want done.
Brown Cemetery, Powell Good Evening, Are you aware Beaver Creek Church has cleaned Brown Cemetery and is re-fencing it? It is wonderful! My husband and I photographed all legible, and I began researching and adding them to your 4. Tonight I realized someone has created a new page for Brown which, of course, does not include your 4. I wrote the submitter, mentioned your page which pre-dates hers by 8 years, and suggested possibly merging the 2.
My husband and I have observed the hill and felt a cemetery was there. We had been watching! Thank you for what you entered. Those stones were not visible on our visit.
Mary Eunice Munday Dugger, #21891919 Doug, This Mary E. Dugger, #21891919, according to her birth year and info on tombstone is not the wife of William H. Dugger, who married Eunice Munday. This Mary's tombstone indicates that she is the wife of D. C. Dugger. Although, the Dugger line is not direct for me, my Munday's and Presnell's intermarried with them, so I feel that they are part of me.
I, too, am an avid genealogist and have been doing it for several years and always try to find correct info before I enter it into my records. The Eunice Munday, wife of William H. Dugger, is #21985682 and is in Find-a-Grave/