|Milisia Weldon (#46956442)|
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Over the past thirty five years, our family has researched, identified, located, and documented our direct lineage ancestors and their inter-married collateral families. In this regard, Find-A-Grave has provided an excellent forum in which to research, identify, locate, document, link and to share generations of families with their ancestors and to their descendants. |
We are interested in the relationships between these families before they emigrated to America, whereever, and if any, and in the new relationships they forged with allies, neighbors, social and political alliances, through their marriages, in the art of business, trade, economics and commerce, throughout the politics of war, and in their migrations over time.
Our keen interest is in linking our direct lineage ancestors to their immigrant ancestors from generation to generation.
In this endeavor, we strive to share as much documented known information about each ancestor for whom we have created a memorial with the express purpose of sharing what is known to enable other researchers to identify those members within their and within our own common intermarried families.
To be sure by the third generation our ancestors may also be your ancestors, and if we kindly decline a request for a transfer it is simply because our direct lineage ancestors are in common to your family and the memorial already created may simply be edited with your additional biographical information or your family photographs you may wish to share with others interested in our families.
To this end, if we have created a memorial for a common family ancestor and you have additional documented biographical information you'd like to add, please email and we will be happy to add your information and to cite you as a source. If you sponsor a memorial we have created for a common ancestor, we take this opportunity to thank you for your consideration of our efforts and acknowledge your generosity. If you have kindly donated your time, efforts and diligence in searching a cemetery to aid us in documenting through photographs our ancestors, we are gratefully indebted to you.
Our direct line ancestors include Abercrombie; Alford / Holford / Olford / Oldford; Amistead / Armstead / Armistead; Atwell / Autwell / Atwood; Baker; Bell; Descendants of Benjamin Brown, of Albemarle County, Virginia; Burt / Burtz of Abbeville, Newberry & Edgefield Counties in South Carolina; Atwell / Autwell; Bolt; Butler; Cook; Crumpton; Dabney; Darymple; Davis; Dial; Doggett; Driver; Flanders; Floyd; Garland; Green; Griffin / Griffith / Gryffth; Harrison; Hill; Hinesley / Hindsley / Hynsley; Horsley / Horsly / Horsely; Hudgins / Hudgeons / Hudgens / Hutchison; Huff; Jefferson; Jennings; Lewis; Lindley / Lindly; Love; Lovelace / Loveless; Mayo; McCarty; McCaw; McMichael; Meadows; Mitchell; Myddleton / Mydleton / Middleton; Norwood; Outwell / Otwell / Oatwell; Oberby / Overbey / Overbay/ Overbury / Patton; Preston; Rooks; Rose; Russell; Scoggins / Scroggins; Scott; Smith; Snowden / Snowdon; Teague; Thomas; Thomasson / Tomaston / Thomaston; Thomson / Thompson / Thrower; Tomson; Waddy; Washington; Descendants of Jacob Weldon of New Castle; White; Williams; and Young / Yonge.
In the south, and along the eastern seaboard coast, our families were Congregationalists, Puritans, Separtist Baptists, Baptists, Quakers, Anglicans, Lutherans, and we were of the Jewish faith when they emigrated; we later became Methodists, United Methodist, Baptists, Southern Baptists, Independent Baptists, and Primitive Baptists. Our legions of ancestors include ministers in every known Christian religion of the time in early colonial American history.
Our research into our direct lineage families in the south and along the eastern seaboard coast emigrated from Scotland, Ireland, Germany, England to New Castle, Delaware; to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; to early tidewater counties in eastern Virginia, into the Cumberland mountains; from Charlottesville, Virginia, Albemarle County, into Halifax County, across into the Cape Fear areas of North Carolina, across Marion, Dorchester, early Charles Town, early Berkeley, early Craven, Marlboro, Dorchester, Chester, Union, Edgefield, Laurens, Abbeville, Anderson, Pendleton District, Newberry, Greenville, Orangeburg, Richland, and York Counties, into St. Paul's Parish, Elbert, Columbia, early Greene, Richmond, Wilkes, Jasper, Cobb, Henry, Heard, Douglas, and Carroll Counties in Georgia, Clay, Coosa, Jefferson, Cleburne, Calhoun, Benton counties in Alabama, Mississippi Texas, and beyond....
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Hey Milisia, are you still active on F.A.G.? I've sent you some link requests through the Edit tab on the memorial pages but haven't received any response. Thanks for your response.
|Anonymous||Laura Stephens Thompson|
Laura Stephens Thompson was my great-grandmother, but I was not able to find her or her twins, Lillie and Willie, in the Yellow Dirt Cemetery in Heard County, Georgia. Are they in unmarked graves, or are they not located near Albert D. Thompson and his mother and father? I had always thought Laura Stephens Thompson was buried in Henry County, Georgia. Thanks much.
|Kimberly ||Elizabeth Weldin|
Elizabeth ALMOND [variant SPELLING ALMOND, ALLMOND, ALMON] WELDIN, 1755-1821, wife of American Revolutionary War Veteran, George WELDIN, 1754-1796, buried Newark Union Cemetery
Hello - I photographed all stones in this cemetery (readable or not). It looks like there "was" a stone next to George which could be Elizabeth. Please look under "Unknown" as there are a few stones that I could not read. Maybe you can see something I couldn't to identify her stone. Some of the "Unknowns" were within/near the Weldin family. Kimberly
Added by Kimberly on Jan 25, 2014 6:20 AM
|Jerry ||Snowden Griffin Cemetery|
Site located with pics of some stones added. Email with specifics sent. Hope this helps.
Added by Jerry on Dec 23, 2013 7:36 PM
|J C||Heflin Cemetery|
I went through and deleted all the Thompson graves that were duplicates. I did not realize they were. Hopefully I got them all. Please let me know if I forgot one. JC
Added by J C on Dec 16, 2013 12:47 PM
|Heidi Stephens||Nelson M. Thompson|
Hello! Nelson is my great-great grandfather, and I was wondering if you had any info on his line (his father or mother, perhaps). That's pretty much the only line in my family I cannot find, lol!
|Seeker Of Roots||Thompson|
I recently started working on my Thompson line(John Henry, Coweta, GA) and had no idea they sprung for Georgia. Please contact me @ email@example.com if we are related. You have so much wonderful information!
|fremers||Samuel Teague, Sr.|
Thank you for sharing the information you provided on Find-A-Grave .com about Samuel Teague Senior (Find A Grave Memorial# 89095719) and his wife Rebecca, buried in the cemetery of Union Church in Newberry, South Carolina. Samuel and Rebecca are my ancestors. Based on this information, I visited that church on September 16 in an effort to contribute photos of Teague headstones. I found the following:
1. A headstone of someone named Giles located in plain sight to the right of the church; date was early 1900s but no other details captured
2. Three new graves behind the church
3. Six graves in the woods behind the church and off to the right as you look at the church from the road. Three of the graves have small headstones, very weathered and no discernible markings. Possibly these include headstones for Samuel and Rebecca Teague. Of the other three, two are together and we could discern the names Giles and Arnold on the stones but could not capture the dates. One of these was broken off at the top. Another headstone was off to the side, lying on its side, but I was not able to get much useful information from it.
The church is now the Brown Chapel AME Church, and the address is 1279 Brown Chapel Road. I took photos of the graves in the woods as described above and of the sign in front of the church. If any of these photos are useful I can contribute them.
I would appreciate it very much if you could share the source of your information as to Samuel and Rebecca Teague being buried there.
Thank you again for your many contributions.
Added by fremers on Oct 10, 2013 3:27 PM
|Janis Hendrick||William Taylor Cemetery MN|
Did you know there are duplicate entries for Lindsey M. McKee in this cemetery in Chisago Co MN?
|Searcher||Old John Howe home place|
Milisia, Do you know where the old home place is located in Henry Co., GA? I have someone wanting to know. Theey are interested in a Thomas Mitchell b. 1755 d. abt 1840 and was buried on this home place.
thanks for any help.
Added by Searcher on Aug 21, 2013 3:37 PM
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