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Family names are Fortenberry, Clampitt, Trimble, Mabry, Carter, Wilkerson, McFarland, Bell, Henderson, Glen, Glenn, Simril, Stanton, Boyd, Johnston, Neel, Spratt, McGee, Overby, Flippen, King, Ferguson, and Henry.
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|Ancestor Hunter||Nancy Taylor Fortenberry|
Is there any proof that Nancy Fortenberry is of Cherokee descent or is that family lore?
|D McGrath Thompson||RE: Rebecca Elizabeth McFarland Wilkerson|
Yes. I know that George W. Wilkerson is the son of
John Wilkerson and Mollie Latta. I wish I could find a picture of him. The description I have is
that he was 5'6" tall, blue eyes and had a fair
complexion. He is on the Dawes Roll. I have also
made an application to the Cherokee Nation. My grandmother was close to full blood. There was
Cherokee on both sides of her family.
The Wilkerson/McFarland side and the Tullis/Maddox side. I have a picture in my grandmother's Album that is of Dora McFarland. I have a photograph of my great grandmother Rachel Tullis Wilkerson but I have not been able to find a picture of my great grandfather, Charles H. Wilkerson. I have both of their death certificates. He died in Maricopa, AZ
from Tuberculosis in 1923 according to the Death
Certificate. He took his older son, Walter, went to Arizona to get treatment at a Sanitarium for Tuberculosis. Walter only lived 5 months after they arrived in 1916. Grandpa Charles got sick too. They are both buried in Phoenix.
I would love to hear more from you. DGena Thompson
|D McGrath Thompson||Rebecca Elizabeth McFarland Wilkerson|
Rebecca Elizabeth McFarland Wilkerson is my
great great grandmother; and the mother of
my great grandfather. Charles H. Wilkerson;
My grandmother is Charlsey Ann Wilkerson and
they called her "Annie". Her mother was Rachel
Tullis Wilkerson. my great grandmother.
If Rebecca Elizabeth McFarlsnd Wilkerson is your great great grandmother as well, then that would
mean that we are cousins. Right?
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Hi, I noticed that you are related also to Hinchia.
I am also related to him. He is related to me this
way: husband of 5th ggmother of wife of grand uncle. So I guess that makes us related as well.
If ou would like to get in touch with me my email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks and have a good day. Sue
Added by Sue on Dec 02, 2014 7:18 PM
|L.D. Vaughn||David S. McGee Jr.|
ON the find a grave website for David S. McGee Jr. who is buried in the McGee cemetery in Tuscaloosa Alabama, you have posted a photo of a large arch.
Would you please tell me where this arch is located exactly.
Thank you for your time.
I am a descendent of David McGee through his son Anthony.
|Jo Ann Ford||Thomas Hillard Patrick|
Thank you for all your help! Really appreciate all your great work. Thomas Hillard Patrick (find-a-grave #67322570) is the son of George Riddle Patrick (find-a-grave #67322785) and Willie Maude (Boynton) Patrick (find-a-grave #67322741). NOT the son of George Reece Patrick (find-a-grave #67119226)and Mary Jane Jackson (Riddle) Patrick (find-a-grave #67119132). George Reece Patrick died in 1912 and his wife, Mary Jane Jackson (Riddle) Patrick died in 1921. Since Thomas Hillard Patrick was born in 1927 he could not be George Reece and Mary Jane Jackson (Riddle) Patrick's son but was his grand parents. Also you can see clearly from the photo of Thomas Hillard Patrick's grave stone that he is the son of Dr. G.R. and WM. Patrick. George Riddle Patrick was also an doctor.
Please correct this. Thank you, Jo Ann
|C. Darlene Harper||Descendants of Alexander P. Trimble|
We found the photo of Alexander Pierce Trimble's gravestone on findagrave.com. AP Trimble was my mother's great grandfather.
We now live in Oregon and have copies of the original Oregon land grant for AP & Polly Trimble. We also have photos of the historical kiosk and billboard markers commemorating the Oregon Trail massacre of their niece's (Emeline Trimble) family. We also have the book written by Emeline describing the experience and by the Idaho Historical Professor who wrote about the massacre. We also have copies that were given to my mother by her Aunt Ann Trimble (HL "Doc" Trimble's wife) of letters that were sent from Wisconsin to Oregon by family of AP Trimble (copies are pretty difficult to read). We also have copies of 1850, 1860, 1870 1880 and 1900 census records. We would be very happy to share any information that we have with you.
We saw on the findagrave website some photos of AP. We would be VERY interested in any other information, photos or documentation that anyone may have on AP, his ancestors or his descendants.
|Shirley Mellon Dewberry||Franklin Alexander Craig|
Thank you so much for sending me the information. I have added Franklin's parents to his memorial.
Shirley Mellon Dewberry
|Billy Craig Jr.||Other Children Of James Craig And Mary Mcknight|
John Erwin Craig Son Of James "The Hatter" Craig And Mary Mcknight.
Franklin Alexander Craig Son Of James "The Hatter" Craig And Mary Mcknight.
|Ethel KinKade||FAG Memorial #51290126 Samuel Millard Tomerlin|
Hi Gary, Thank you for passing on maintenance of my gr-grandfather's Find A Grave memorial to me. Samuel had a Grist Mill in the Sedalia, AR area & I'm wondering if you have had any knowledge of it as I can not find any info regarding it's operation. When Samuel died, his son - my gr-father, Thomas took over the Grist Mill. My mother can remember that. He is suppose to have sold it in 1927 before he moved his family to Oregon. I know the Grist Mill would not be operating at this time but would be so very interested in any information that we could get on it. Thank you for any info that you might come up with. Ethel Bates KinKade
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