|Russ Smith (#46975504)|
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|Boots Farrar||Rebecca Farrar Smith correction|
Russ I recommend that you correct the bio of Rebecca Farrar Smith http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24771660.
George Farrar III and Elizabeth Boyd had five children, Sarah "Sally" who married Woody Vaughn, Thomas, Betsy who married John Whittemore, Patsy who married Phillip R Johnson,
Hillsman Farrar, who married Mary "Polly" Hawkins, he had five children, Judy,Anne, Rebecca,Alexander, Arthur
If there were indeed sisters Judith and Rebecca who married Redmond Russ Smith, then it would be the daughters of Hillsman Farrar, not George Farrar III (who would be their grandfather).
See pages 156-157, Some Farrar Island Descendants, Alvanh Holmes, 1977
Russ, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. I would like permission to use your photos in my Family Tree files. I will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky
|Charles Nix||Gabriel Nix b 1759|
Please help me with this grave location and identification if possible. The reason for the interest is the grave location that has been identified as Gabriel Nix b1759 d1845 is very interesting. A number of people throughout the US has been trying to find the grave location of a man named James Nix b1759 d1845. This Cemetery has two of his sons buried there. I we can prove there is a Gabriel Nix b1759 d1845 then James may also be Gabriel since one of his sons was named Gabriel and is buried at Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Please contact me by phone at 501-467-8891 or
email me at Gooddeals2.net@Gmail.com or leave a message on findagrave.
Thanks so much
|Charles Nix||Pleasant Hill Cemetary|
Russ my name is Charles Nix. I have been doing genealogy since 1975. My surname of interest is Nix. I noticed you have worked the Pleasant Hill Cemetary in Dallas Co., AR. I have been there a number of times but never took the time to do look at all the graves. I noticed you have identified a number of Nix graves at that location. The one I am really interested in is the grave marked Gabriel Nix b1759 d1845. Is there a stone with those marking or was the information obtained from documentation? If a stone exist is it new or old.
Any help would be appreciated.
ps: If I can help you in any way please email or call me at 501-467-8891.
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