|Grady Whitney (#47128897)|
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My DNA test results confirm what I felt was true.|
I am a descendant of Samuel Whitney (circa 1615-1674) who came from England to the Bermuda Islands in the 1630's. His grandson Joshua later immigrated to Isle Of Wright, Virginia.
There are three principle immigrants who came to the United States in the 1600's
Each of the following have distinct y-dna marker differences.
John Whitney - Watertown, Massachusetts
Henry Whitney - Long Island, New York
Samuel Whitney - The Bermuda Islands
I, and my genetic cousin Tara have co-authored The Whitney Newsletter. The Whitney newsletter is intended to reach Whitney families in the United States. I want to connect every Whitney to their rightful immigrant.
Issue one was sent out this month 11/2011.
If you know of any Whitney families or their lineages please contact me. Take into consideration that I have studied countless Whitney lines. Do not trust everything you see on ancestry.com- 50% (or more) of what you find about Whitney's is wrong, or absolutely provides no clues to the present for establishing contact with disconnected Whitney lines.
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You are so right about Ancestry! It is a good website to use because you can get good information from the hints, but sometimes the hints have the wrong person.
|Virginia DeMarce||Richard H. Easley, d. 1878|
You have a findagrave.com entry for the above man.
The date of birth listed is for a different Richard Easley. It belongs to Richard Easley, son of Daniel and Edith (Anderson) Easley, who was born in Halifax Co., VA, and settled in Fulton Co., IL. That Richard Easley married Richard Valentine. The mother, Edith Anderson, was from a Quaker family. Daniel Easley freed his slaves and took them to Harrison Co., OH. I have a lot of accumulated data on that different branch of the Easley family.
|PATTIE STORY HACKLER McCLUNG||Diekerson's Talco cemetery|
PLEASE link Sybil Jo Dickerson # 53756279 to her husband William Ray Dickerson # 53756278
|PATTIE STORY HACKLER McCLUNG||Talco Cemetery|
Duane Goodloe... 53756334
parents Zenobia ( mother ) # 53756336
Oscar ( father ) # 53756335 PLEASE link these family members.
If you get tired of working on the Talco cemetery request call me... you can transfer management to me if you wish. I am the Cemetery Associations secretary and I am trying to get all the graves linked , photographed and on F.A.G. Thanks so much for your help in this matter. Hope you are well ! Pattie
|PATTIE STORY HACKLER McCLUNG||Talco Cmetery - Duane Goodloe|
Duane Goodloes grave.....Please add the Tombstone inscription: Baby son of Oscar and Zenobia Goodloe. Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven. Thanks
|PATTIE STORY HACKLER McCLUNG||Talco Cemetery|
Please link Alice Virginia O'Dea # 53756539 to her husband Clanton Fulton O'Dea # 53756538 thank you and did you know we now have a FB page Growing Up Talco and we have a Talco Cemetry FB page? We have formed a cemetery association and board to govern it now. Our FIRST EVER decoration day begins at 9am Saturday Nov 8th ...PLEASE TRY to come. We have recently photographed the entire cemetery for Find A Grave... now we are trying to edit pics and get them up on the Find a grave site. Have a good one ! Pattie
Hi, Grady! THANK YOU for YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS, here! They are very much appreciated, Sir.
I see you photographed a tombstone for the Barrier Cemetery in Omaha, Texas.
Was the marker illegible?
I am looking for a relative in this vicinity who passed away in 1879 - Olivia Green Burge - my GG Grandmother; thus, my curiosity.
Beautiful picture, by the way!
Any help you could provide would be much appreciated.
THANK YOU! :)
j* (Judith L. Newman - Mesquite, Texas)
Added by j* on Jul 14, 2014 6:24 PM
|Geno-seeker||Minnie B. Pickens|
Minnie Randolph married Houston Pickens in 1896. By 1910, they were divorced. He remarried by 1920 to Minnie D. I added a page for his second wife. Would you mind removing the photo from his first wife's page and post it on Minnie D.'s page? I appreciate your help. Thank you!
|Helen Baker Foglesong||Louise Skelton Memorial|
Grady,thank you so much for transferring my great grandmother's memorial to me. I really appreciate it, and thank you for creating this memorial so that the other family members and I could see it! Merry Christmas! Helen Foglesong - #47837310
Thank you very much for transferring him to me and thank you very much for all your hard work on his memorial as well!!!
Added by Michelle on Nov 13, 2013 6:48 PM
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