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Charlotte Ann Price (#47625664)
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Bio Photo I began searching for Maiden names of Women in the Family. Years of off and on research made some exciting finds.
Names lost of Grandparents Mothers etc on the male side and also on the female side. Names never to be known unless uncovered.
Thanks to the new Family I have found and their sharing of the wonderful Price history of our relatives. Thanks to the Journey To Cape Fear By Michael Price (A wonderful work),if not for EEPrice,I would not have the book..so a special thanks to you.
South Carolina Price Family,
The Price-Collins Family, I say a big thanks to all the help.
A special thanks for the help of the Bethel Baptist Church,a cousin there, in MS that led me to a path of My GG grandFather.
One year ago (2012) I knew nothing of my Paternal side of the lost Family.
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Barbara McIntyre
RE: 93499330/Wade
You are very welcomed.
Added by Barbara McIntyre on Jan 26, 2016 4:20 AM
Mary Lou Hanson
George Rose
The information you sent me for his memorial is the marriage date of his parents so I didn't put it on.
Added by Mary Lou Hanson on Jan 21, 2016 4:14 PM
john komar
Margaret Sharp McFadden
Margaret's first husband died in 1817 and your Henry Price died in 1810, I don't think that there is a connection.
Added by john komar on Jan 18, 2016 11:52 AM
Janet T
Price
I found Reuben and Malinda! Check out the pics!
Added by Janet T on Jan 16, 2016 2:44 PM
Vonnie L Cantrell
Colonel Andrew Hampton
Thank you for letting me know that someone has attached Elizabeth Hampton to Colonel Hampton erroneously. I have written the person who make the link and requested that he sever the link, informing him that Colonel Hampton's daughter, Elizabeth, was born 1767 and while she married William Price, it was the William Price, who was born in 1762. The union was well documented as Price and his father were both Heroes who fought at the Battle of King's Mountain as was Colonel Hampton.

I am rather confused by the rest of your message. Colonel Hampton did have children born 1767,1757 and 1751 and 10 other years.

Your message reads in part:

"This Hampton family is confusing" and continues:
"I found the early Hampton In Florida..however..not linked due to lack of confirmation. It is nice to see Elisabeth Hampton confirmed somewhat as wife of this William".

This family was very well documented, two notable resources of that documentation being Lyman C. Draper in "King's Mountain and Its Heroes", and by the DAR GRS. The DAR designated Colonel Hampton
DAR Ancestor Number A050706, so the family was not really confusing.

I can find no link between this Andrew Hampton and Florida, not even the military "Snow Campaign". What documentation do you have? This Colonel Hampton lived in Tryon County, NC: that was documented as he signed the Tryon Resolves, as did my 6XGGF. So there should not be a link as there would be no confirmation.

You are correct that there was more than one Andrew Hampton and they do have the same familial names. I have the same issue with my paternal 6XGGF and my maternal 4XGGF: they were friends and neighbors and had children with the same names and both were named John Walker, a name as common as John Smith.

I am not really sure which Elizabeth Hampton / William Price union you are discussing, so cannot comment on that.

I am more than willing to peruse any documentation that you have. In my area, Colonel Hampton was a Hero and his second wife greatly admired for her extraordinary courage.

I am looking forward to hearing from you.

Vonnie



Added by Vonnie L Cantrell on Jan 14, 2016 12:20 PM
Ralph
RE: Ophelia Connell
Yes that would be her family but I cannot find them on Find A Grave
Added by Ralph on Jan 10, 2016 2:02 PM
Ralph
Price
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=72704819 You probably have this but it was updated today.
Added by Ralph on Jan 10, 2016 12:52 PM
Eve Olsen
Lawton and Norma Harrell
I had these photos from when I visited the little cemetery a year ago. I wish that I had taken more. I would love to know your link to Lovda Harrell Young Smith. She was my greatx3 grandmother. I read that she was a sister-in-law to a relative of yours and I was wondering whom that might be?
Thanks!
Eve
Added by Eve Olsen on Jan 08, 2016 11:44 PM
Donna McPherson
Parents
Not sure on the parents, I just photographed the cemetery.
Added by Donna McPherson on Jan 07, 2016 12:19 PM
Donna McPherson
Parents
Not sure on the parents, I just photographed the cemetery.
Added by Donna McPherson on Jan 07, 2016 12:18 PM
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