|Paul B Dotson (#46985399)|
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|Researching my family line from Middle Tennessee. Would like to make contact with any and all Dotson / Dodson relatives in order to share information. My Dotson / Dodson line, (that I can prove at this time), is as follows:|
Paul B Dotson (Delbert Lee Dotson, Elbert "Louis" Dotson, Moses Vanburen Dotson, John W. Dotson, George C. Dotson, Elijah Dotson, Sr. etc.)
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my families dna shows that" Sukie" Dillard > Samuel Turner is connected as a most distant ancestor connection to a Mr Turner. I am trying to connect the dots in regards to Elizabeth" Sukie" Dillard to my families line.I do not know if you have ran across any Parkinson/Parkison name in her history , if you are related to her
Who did Anne marry?
Added by Susie on Aug 08, 2016 8:38 AM
|Mrs Fenton||RE: Alma S. Vaughn Memorial# 67436837|
You're welcome. No, I'm not connected, was looking for someone else in that cemetery and noticed she was not in the findagrave listings, so I took a photo and was transcribing them today.
|Mrs Fenton||Alma S. Vaughn Memorial# 67436837|
I found her monument in the Camp Beauregard Cemetery. Please change her burial from "unknown" to the correct cemetery.
|donn1e||Viola Greene Jackson|
No, I am not at all related to Viola (or at least I don't think so). Your wish is my command Paul. Ms. Jackson's memorial has been transferred to you for safekeeping. Make it better than ever!
Added by donn1e on Jul 21, 2016 1:30 PM
|B Conatser||Headstone pic for Mary D Green|
You left a photo request for headstone pic of Mary D Green buried at Green Cemetery at Marion, Montgomery Co., Ten. She shares a headstone with her husband Albert L Green and a picture of the headstone is on findagrave memorial #51710430 in case you don't have a pic as yet.
|Linda A. Bateman Davis||RE: Rush Franklin Brown|
Thank you, Paul, for responding.
I'll try and break it down as concisely as I can.
My paternal g. g. grandparents were Martha Elizabeth Hatcher Curtis and Joshua A. Curtis.
Their daughter. Rebecca Lavina (my g. grandmother),
married William Porter Bateman (second husband). Porter Bateman's father was Alphred Bateman, and Alphred's father was Edwin Bateman who was from Tyrrell, North Carolina. He married Frances Collier, and their first child was Alphred. Alphred married Louisa Hooper (my g.g. grandparents).
I've noticed in my search that some of Rebecca Vina's nieces and other relatives married Browns. Most were from McEwen, TN.
My maternal g. grandparents were Rush Franklin Brown and Nancy Ann Wallace Brown. Their son, Oscar Braden Brown, was my grandfather. They were from McEwen, TN. My g. grandmother move to TX in 1922 to live with her children. I am to assume that my g. grandfather died in TN before she left. I can't find where he is buried.
My p. grandfather, Hayden Bateman, said his mother, Rebecca Vina was full blood Cherokee. My m. grandfather, Oscar Brown, said he was 1/4 Cherokee. I am beginning to think since they were both from McEwen, TN that they were related somehow.
To simplify things some, I am going to e-mail the memorial sites for my grandparents.
Linda A. Bateman Davis
|Linda A. Bateman Davis||Brown|
Have you ever heard the name Rush Franklin Brown (born in 1846, McEwen, TN)? His spouse was Nancy Ann Wallace Brown, buried in Terrell, Tx. I think he probably died in TN
but have never found where he is buried.
They were my m. great grandparents.
|V. Freemon||Rev. John H.B.E. Warren|
I just noticed that the birth date of 1775 you have for Rev. John HBE Warren (63920364), who died on Sept 26, 1836 in Rutherford Co, Tennessee, is probably incorrect. He was a Revolutionary War soldier and one son was born in 1782. I have his Pension File and it lists his birth year as 1759. He is my 4th great-grandfather. Thank you for listing his grave on find-a-grave. I also have no information on where he is buried, but have to assume it would be in Rutherford, TN.
|Beverly Smith||Broyles Family|
May I second Margie Warren's remarks as I too have the Broyles' line in my Tree.
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