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|Jen Lehr||Crow Dunn Bolinger etc|
Let's find exactly how we are related..
My ggrandmother was Virginia who i was with until my late 20's, her death..she used to joke around (great sense of humor) and say she was a "half Dunn Crown" lol referring to her mother Susie Dunn and father George Washington Crow.
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You are very welcome. Have a wonderful day.
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|Suellen||RE: Hiram Howard Williams|
Thanks so much! Tell you what--I will write you something to put in Isham's bio area with his children's names in it. There are two articles about him in two different books although the articles tell more about some of his descendants than about him.
Added by Suellen on Jun 28, 2016 7:39 AM
|Suellen||Hiram Howard Williams|
I'm writing to tell you that you have the wrong parents for your Hiram. Isham Williams and his wife Gwynay Nation Williams did indeed have a son named Hiram, but he was Hiram R. Williams, which he called in several records, as well as "H. R. Williams." His wife was Louisiana "Luzany" Nesbit, my relative, and their marriage was announced in South Carolina newspapers. They lived and died in Gwinnett Co., GA, and their children were Sarah Jane, Mary A. A., Emily Elizabeth, Eugenius N., Joseph Henry, and William G. P. Hiram's wife Luzany died in 1853, and she was buried in Bethesda Methodist Church Cemetery in Gwinnett Co. Hiram died in June 1879 (he is listed in the 1880 Mortality Schedule for Gwinnett Co.) and is probably buried with her, but no stone for him still exists. I can point you to many records to support what I'm saying about Hiram R. Williams, including a Gwinnett County History book and a book about families who lives there, both published by the Gwinnett Historical Society (I was a member many years). So I'd appreciate it if you would please not link your Hiram to Isham Williams and his wife. Everything in FindaGrave is copied to Ancestry.com, and people are getting the wrong idea. Thanks so much.
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|Brenda Hoogterp Green||RE: Woodrome|
There are no graves added to the cemetery since the early 1900s. If you have looked at the posted pictures you can see how wooded it is. Could he be buried outside the area? I do not find any Woodromes in the local phone book or I would call someone about it.
|Tom Denardo||lois manning woodrome|
I transferred her record to you.
She has a grave photo posted.
|tasha woodrum||Arthur D. Woodrum|
Hello my name is Tasha Woodrum i am the Great Grand Daughter of Arthur D. Woodrum. his Son Moulton R. Woodrum is my Grandfather. Arthur D. woodrum was Born Sep-30-1896 and passed away Sep-19-1953 His children are Helen M. Woodrum Born Sep-10-1914 Passed Nov-17-2004, Moulton R. Woodrum born Mar-15-1921 Passed Jun-3-2006 And Arthur John Woodrum... Hope this information helps. i know Moulton R. Woodrum is listed on here because i run his page. hope this information will help
|Billie Jane ||Rosey Chappelle|
Hi, hope you or some one can id a lady in a pix taken abt 1943, has Frank B. Chappelle, his son Morgan and his wife Doris, and two other ladies, we know one of the ladies is Mildred (Parris) Chappelle wife of Eugene but not sure of one of the ladies.
if interested please email
thanks Billie Jane
|Wade Burwell||RE: Memorials|
Was wondering where you had been. I am hoping to get into my Grandmothers house this weekend while I am in Humble....
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