|Vonnie L Cantrell (#47192880)|
| || member for 6 years, 11 months, 11 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|No bio available.|
|Messages left for Vonnie L Cantre... (363)||[Leave Message]|
|Ancestral Sleuth||Captain Thomas Lofton|
Thank you so much for the bio on Captain Lofton. It is much appreciated!
Are you interested in taking over his memorial or just keeping history alive?
Let me know either way.
~HMC Debbie Zimmermann, USN, retired
|Blackjack||Drury Dobbins Scruggs|
Vonnie. I am descended from William Erwin Scruggs, Drury Dobbins Scruggs I, Drury Dobbins Scruggs II, Richard Scruggs II, and Richard Scruggs I. Would you be willing to share your DAR application on Patriot Richard Scruggs, so that I may attempt to prove my ancestry from the Revolutionary ancestor, Richard Scruggs? Thanks!
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Mary McDonough Johnson|
I also tend to think that if Mary Johnson was in Harmony there would be a marker for her. That cemetery has been photographed a few times in its entirety. The mother of Andrew Johnson would have a marker. Greeneville is famous for, and derives tourism, being the home of Andrew Johnson.
|Mountain Traveler||Mary McDonough Johnson|
Very interesting that there is a memorial in Harmony Cemetery [downtown and the oldest cemetery] and also one in Andrew Johnson Nat'l cemetery for Mary Johnson. I would bet my bottom dollar she is in Andrew Johnson Cemetery as that black fence in the photo is at the top of the hill next to Andrew Johnson. Makes sense to me. I'll see what I can do about getting the other memorial deleted. Thank you!
|Todd Love||William Franklin Love|
Vonnie Cantrell (a volunteer) produced photos for me the day after I made the request. Thanks Vonnie, I really appreciate you kindness.
|Ann Harris Humble||John Harris # 142767524|
Thank you for creating this memorial site for my third great grandfather. One question I have is the year of his birth as 1760. It has been 200 years now since John Harris died at his home in western Kentucky near Bowling Green.
|Ann Wilson Fisher||RE: thomas Wilson|
Thanks, It now makes sense, with time and putting the information together. This is my Family.
Thanks again for getting back to me, I know it was a while ago.
|Jim Savage||additional information for Lee Linder|
Information added to memorial.
Credited to you.
I will update Connie McSwain to link to Albert. I worked for Albert and Maudie at the Fish Camp for several years. One of my first jobs.
Added by Lily on Aug 15, 2016 8:09 PM
Congratulations on the great tribute to Thomas Maxwell.
I wanted to provide you with some information regarding his daughter, Anna/Ann. She married my 5th great grand uncle, John Dever, in Madison County, Kentucky in 1799. I have a copy of their marriage bond, which was signed by her brother, Bezaleel. It was the second marriage for John and it may have been the second one for Anna as well. If you'd like a copy, I'd be happy to email it to you.
John died in 1825 and Anna passed away in 1827 in Madison County, but I have not been able to find their graves. In addition, I believe John was in Dunmore's War and the Revolutionary War with Thomas Maxwell and Valentine Sevier. If you'd like to link Anna to her find a grave tribute, it's at # 142728555.
Added by Deanna on Aug 09, 2016 1:37 AM
|[View all messages...]|