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|Jeanine Kwasnik||Sara Ellen "Sallie" Clark Pyle|
|Jeanine Kwasnik||Sara Ellen "Sallie" Clark Pyle|
Hi. Sara "Sallie" Ellen Clark #60156391 is my 3rd great grandmother. Her daughter, Florence Myrtle Byars my 2nd great grandmother. If you aren't a relation, I'm hoping you could transfer management of her memorial to me.
|Glenda Weatherspoon||J A OLIVE GRAVES COUNTY KY|
I found a photo of him in my great aunt's album. I would like to get in touch with the family to see if they recognize any other photos...I have a huge album and over 50 percent are unknown to me,
thank you! Glenda Smith family from Eastern KY/TN
gks2202@gmail or 804 943-3882 Richmond, VA
|Robbie Carnell Story||RE: Cox Clan|
I have up to and including Earnest Starks and Lucy Jane Emerson Grooms in my gene file. I do not have any of their children, but you have put me back in touch and I'm doing a little more research. Looking forward to hearing from you.
|Robbie Carnell Story||RE: William Simpson Cox|
Tana, The photo of William Simpson Cox was actually given to me by Ed Cox's sister, and I can't remember her name, or which sister it was (Ethel, Sudie, Virginia or Ruby), seem like it might have been Ethel. Ed and his sister lived in the house across from the Cox Cemetery. My grandfather first took me to the Cox cemetery in the early to mid-80's, and told me that the old house there was once a church that he went to when he was a young boy. Ed and his sister came out on the porch and struck up a conversation with my g-father. I remember Ed's sister and g-father standing there piecing together how they were related, and that they hadn't seen each other in many years. That's when Ed's sister showed me the picture of William Cox, and his son William Alexander Cox, and she let me take it and have copies made. If I remember correctly, the pictures were of the old tin-type that was in about a 3"x3" picture holder that opened up, which held the two photos. I was thrilled that she let me have copies made! At that time I had only been interested in my family history for the past few years, and back then it wasn't easy putting the puzzle together. I have since pieced together facts about the old church and house. It was called Walnut Fork Primitive Baptist. I have pictures of the old house/church with Ed standing on the porch - somewhere. I will try and remember to find and post on Find A Grave/Cox Cem. The old church records - which I have seen - shows where Phebe Cox and William attended, and the death date of William's mother Phebe. The church/house was moved to it's present location (house still standing) from another location. I was told when the church was moved, but can't remember exactly when. Edward "Ed" Cox was born 26 September 1911 and died 21 February 1993. Ed never married and his sister (the one he lived with) never married either. Ed's father was William Alexander Cox (son of William) who married first to Lanora Francis "Fannie" Hicks 12 Dec. 1869, and had eight children. He married second to Clemmie Loyd 9 September 1903, and had 10 children, including Ed and his sister. If you would like more info., you can contact me at my email address: [email@example.com]. Thank you so much for letting me know how thrilled you were in seeing the picture of William Simpson. That is what makes it all worthwhile on this end.
|Sujava||Thelma Pillow 54056538|
Hi, hope you are well.
There was already a memorial for Thelma at Birds Creek Cem in Henry Co, TN. See 16331759 for Thelma Allen. She remarried in 1943 to Coley Allen after the death of 1st husband Benjamin Pillow.
Would you mind to remove your memorial? I have sent edits for Thelma Emerson Allen to link and correct her maiden name.
This would be appreciated. Thelma Allen has a photo of headstone which has the same DOB & DOD as Thelma Pillow - one in the same person.
Thanks, Susan Stewart, Paris, TN
Added by Sujava on Oct 03, 2015 4:09 PM
It is with pleasure that I delete the Find A Grave on your Uncle John. I know how much this research means to our family and may you keep working for the good of your family.
Your entry in Find A Grave is a duplicate of one placed 9/11. Please delete.
|James Ramsey||RE: RamsayQuattlebaum|
Hi - Glad to hear from you. The info I have on the Quattlebaum originally came to me from the late Mr. John F. Ramsey of Farmerville, La. He knew from family tradition what James' wife Mary's maiden name was. He died c. 1982, but he was a great help to me. We kept up a correspondence, and I visited him in Farmerville several times. Next, there was a Quattlebaum genealogy published in the S.C. Historical and Genealogical Magizine compiled by Mr. Paul Quattlebaum of Clemson, S.C. I corresponded with him, told him what I had found. He accepted what Mr. John F. Ramsey and I had done, and knew just where our Mary fitted into the Quattlebaum genealogy. I can send you copies of the letters from Mr. Paul Quattlebaum if you like, and give you the reference to the SC Gen and hist magazine if you like. Glad to hear from you. Let me know if I can be of any further assistance.
Fr. James Ramsey
PS Also, it would be helpful if I knew how to contact you.
|Martha||RE: John & Virginia Thompson|
Thanks for your efforts.
Added by Martha on Sep 02, 2015 7:18 AM
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