|Tammy Hamilton Godwin||Austin's|
Hey Mark - Just curious if you are related to Allen G Austin, and if so what the relationship is. He's my 3rd Great Grandfather through his son William Warner (Austin) Roderick that he had with wife Minerva Cole. William took his step fathers name at some point, so it's taken me a long time to find the Austin connection. Thanks! Tammy
|Stoneseeker||RE: Cora Marks photo|
You're welcome Mark. I have an obituary for Cora Marks if you don't have one. Let me know and I will be glad to email it to you.
Please connect William #51887087 with his parents Peter #518 87 087 and mother #518 87 225. Thanks Jan
Added by Jan on May 08, 2012 4:35 PM
Ella Landon #8732997 please connect her with her parents Charles Genson #8732761 and Ann Genson mother # 8732772 . Thanks Jan
Added by Jan on Mar 11, 2012 10:32 AM
|Louise Nelson||RE: Charlotte Sophia Ewing Austin|
Thanks for responding Mark....I didn't know about the site. I googled Charlotte's name and she came right up. As I said, she is my GGG grandmother also. My grandfather is the son of Noah Wilson Cox and Francis Rosalia Austin Cox (1860-1946) who was the daughter of Charlotte Sophia and Jordan Wilson Austin. If you care to share your connection I have a few photo's that may be of interest to you. Thanks... Charlotte Nelson
How did you find a photo of Charlotte Sophia Ewing Austin? Are you a family member? I have never seen a photo of her before, only a pencil drawing. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ralph Pruden||Sarah Pruden Dibert|
Mr. Genson Can You tell me how you got the Pruden name for Sarah? In youre photo the ston dos not have Pruden I have a Sarah in my line.Thanks RalphPruden@msn.com
|Carole Alden||Charles Tucker Genson|
Thank you for recording the grave of my GGGG Uncle, Charles Tucker Genson. The love this site. Bless you.
|Bob Hufford||Cassie Seldon Smith|
Mrs. Smith died at Sewanee on November 3, 1907, and was buried beside the General the next day.
Reference: "General Kirby Smith" by Reverend Arthur Noll (1907).
|Bob Hufford||General Smith|
Great revised bio on our Edmund Kirby Smith. He was a gentleman, and a very fine officer, who had a really tough job.
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