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|Charlotte Ann Price||Find A Grave Memorial# 42519645|
Parents:I am trying to find more about the Grandparents and who may have docmentation of the children. Also Had Jonathan 1780 benn married before Sarah?
Jonathan M. Price (1780 - 1864)
Sarah Longino Price (1796 - 1867)
Laura J. Price-Williams (1851 - 1916)*
Anything will help thanks very much.
Charlotte Ann Price
|Shirley Fortenberry Ramshur||Hathorn's|
Ann is Hiram Guy Hathorn that died in 1925 the son of Nevin Hathorn SR who is known as N.C. I have a write up and i want to make sure i got the right parent.
|melba hooker||sara viola daughdrill|
I am looking for a connection to Sara. I am the
daughter of W J Easterling and Gladys Backstrom.
Melba Easterling Hooker.
|Ken Armstrong||RE: May Maxine Williams Pierce|
Thanks again Ann. I have searched and searched to find James W. Williams, but with no luck also. It doesn`t help with a common name like his. There is a story from one of the Armstrong researchers that James took a trip to New Orleans and never returned. I believe this story is true, but I can not prove this. I have wondered...did he just leave or possible was killed. If you ever find him please let me know.
|Ken Armstrong||May Maxine Williams Pierce|
Thank you Ann for solving this mystery. I have wondered for a long time who she was. The J. W. Williams is James/Jim W. Williams who married Allie R. Armstrong, 16 Nov. 1897 in New Hebron, Lawrence County, Ms.
|gjsclarke||Many Thanks To A Wonderful Lady!|
Thank you, Ann, for all the hard work you have done and still do and also for the valuable time you have devoted to the different fields pertaining to genealogy. You are a gift to many genealogists for all the help and information you have provided. Have a Blessed Day!