|David Basham (#48236983)|
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My ancestors lived in Bedford, Virginia and fought in the Revolutionary War. They moved to Breckinridge, Kentucky in the early 1800s and remained there for about 100 years. Not wanting to be a farmer, my great-grandfather, William Everett Basham, left Kentucky and moved his family out West to Kern, California. We've since migrated a few hours South to Santa Barbara, where we currently reside.|
I enjoy doing genealogy and helping others with their genealogy. I take pictures of headstones to help preserve the past and to remember those who were a part of it.
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|Roxie Coker||Basham Line|
My line connects to you two ways ... one being ... Allen D. Basham's brother, Bartlett, is my 4th great grandfather .. that line goes to my grandmother, Catherine M. Basham Hall.
The second line comes from your William F. Basham's wife Elizabeth "Betsy" West. Her dad Branson Monroe West, my 3rd great grandfather ... that line goes to my grandfather, Rufus L. Hall.
My grandparents were actually 4th cousins and they both lead back to Obediah Basham.
A typical Breckinridge County, Kentucky family. LOL A lot of people in the tree just not a lot of branches :)
If you email me at the address that is on my profile page then I can email you the pictures.
Just thought I would mention that we are from the same line of Basham's ... My grandmother was a Basham. Was your father Guy Gerald Basham? If so we are 4th cousins (once removed)
I have the headstone pics for William C. Jolly's children if you want them .. I'm not sure how to add their names to the cemetery .. I couldn't find them at all on the Cedar Hill Cemetery page.
|Roxie Coker||Thomas Jefferson Jolly|
I went to Cedar Hill Cemetery today to look for him .. I could not find him but I did find his son William C. Jolly who was married to Ellen Cox Jolly ... Also buried along side them was their son T. Jeff Jolly (1899-1979); daughter Maggie B. Jolly (1888-1944); and daughter Bettie Jolly McCoy (1893-1962)
|J.Smith||RE: Re: W Artman|
Done. Hope this helps.
Added by J.Smith on Mar 20, 2014 3:28 PM
|J.Smith||RE: Re: W Artman|
The information you supplied and the information I have from the headstone would indicate that they were in the same unit. If you would like, I can go ahead and process this request.
Added by J.Smith on Mar 20, 2014 1:11 PM
|J.Smith||Your photo request for Michael Artman|
I have a headstone for a W ARTMAN that is interred in a section for those who died in the Prairie Grove and Elk Horn battles. Is it possible that these are the same person?
Added by J.Smith on Mar 20, 2014 11:57 AM
|Sidney||RE: Re: Clemente Valencia|
You are very welcome. I visit my dad's grave in the Santa Fe National Cemetery several times a month, and it is an honor to fulfill requests there.
Added by Sidney on Nov 20, 2013 6:41 PM
|Rosemary Azevedo-Martins||extended family|
David, yesterday was my Moms birthday so I thought it would be a wonderful way of rememberance. Thank you for the wishes and hope to stay in contact..
|Rosemary Azevedo-Martins||kurtz family Plot|
David, Please let your Mom know that this is a gift from my heart...she is 1yr younger than me and I lost my Mom in Aug of this year...I have 8 brothers and there are so many secrets that it can cripple a persons psyche....Please continue this journey with her and remember..THE ONLY STUPID QUESTION IS THE ONE NOT ASKED....
Continue this celebration...and again please feel free to let me know your other family members in Lemoore and I will be happy to help with your family tree..
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