|Robert Miller (#46933197)|
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|Earth Angel||RE: Walter Pou His Memorial My Family|
Hope you had a nice vacation. "There is no place like home" Thanks for all the work you do on Find A Grave,
|Kerney Mc||RE: LT. JACK E. MANN HIS MEMORIAL|
Hi Robert; I do not have any pictures of Jack. I went through the Laurel schools with Jack & his younger brother,W.F. "Tubby". We were in Boy Scout troop 35 of the 1st Baptist Church together & enjoyed several good scout camps at Waukaway. I don't remember ever seeing Jack or Tubby after 1941.
While in the cemetery I just happened to walk up on Jack's memorial headstone. Although I knew he had died in WW2, I had never seen his memorial. Is W.F. still alive? If so, please tell him "best wishes" from me.
I wish you a blessed & healthy 2016, Robert.
|Adm. Roy D. Pope, Jr (ALSN)||RE: IVEY MALONE HIS MEMORIAL|
Wow! Looks like you and I may be kin along a couple of different lines. Ivey Malone was one of my 4th great grandfathers. My maternal grandmother was a Slaughter, and my father was a Pope. I have not found the relation yet, but I suspect that the Robert BICKERSTAFF that you mentioned may be somehow related to me as well considering that there is a BIGGERSTAFF headstone located Wesley Chapel Cemetery - a cemetery in which nearly everyone is kin to me.
|Charlie Massey||RE: MASSEY FAMILY|
This is my family line:
John Massey was born 1775 in North Carolina, and died Aft. January 28, 1858 in Carroll County Tennessee. He married Nancy Hasting on November 18, 1801, daughter of John Hasting and Amy.
According to US Federal Census information:
1800- John Massey was living Caswell county, NC. but doesn't list any other details. John married Nancy on November 18, 1801.Nancy was born in North Carolina.
1810- This census still finds him living in Caswell County and a number of relatives or friends were living with him. This was quite common in the early 1800s.At this point the census shows two males under 10 years of age.1 Male between 26-44 and 1 female under 10, 1 female between 10-15, 1 female between 16-25, and 1 female over 40 years of age.
1820- The family is still in Caswell County. The census shows 2 males under 10 years of age , 1 male between 19-25, 1 male between 26-44.3 Females under the age of 10, 1 female between 10-15, 1 female between 26-44.for the first time the census also shows the type of occupation.John's occupation is listed as agriculture, he was a farmer.
1830-The family is still in Caswell County, NC. They had 1 male between 15-19, 1 male between 50-59, 2 females under 5, 1 female between 5-9, 1 female between 15-19, 1 female Between 20-29, 1 female between 40-49.
1840-John and Nancy made the trip from Caswell County NC to Hart Township Indiana.
1850-Carroll county, Tennessee, 17th civil district in 1850.
Of their 6 Children 6 all were born in North Carolina.
John wrote his will January 28th, 1858 with Isaac Pinson as his executor.
John was a witness to the purchase of 20 acres by his brother Howell
More About John Massey and Nancy Hasting:
Marriage: November 18, 1801
Children of John Massey and Nancy Hasting are:
Nathan Massey, b. 1806, Caswell County, North Carolina, d. September 20, 1873, Carroll County Tennessee.
Martha Massey, b. 1813, Caswell County, North Carolina.
Elizabeth Biddy Massey, b. 1814, Caswell County, North Carolina, d. Aft. 1880, Carroll County Tennessee.
Levi Massey, b. 1814, Caswell County, North Carolina, d. January 28, 1858, Cherokee County, Texas.
Thomas Massey, b. 1810, Caswell County, North Carolina, d. October 17, 1872, Carroll County, Tennessee.
Mary Massey, b. 1824, Caswell County, North Carolina, USA, d. 1860.
|J Dillard||RE: DILLARD AND RAMAGE GNEALOGY|
Robert, Good to hear from you. I am descended from the James Dillard - Mary Ramage union. I have tons of lineage and info on both families. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will have Mondays off and could talk to you then or any evening. If you have any questions just email me and I'll look it up before responding. I have my family tree on ancestry.com It is the Dillard - Jackson Family Tree.
|Patricia Marburger||Dougald McIntosh Carmichael|
Re Memorial #32150209
Dougald McIntosh Carmichael married second Martha Ann Wilson. They had nine children. Dougald and first wife, had four children: Archibald, Michael, Samuel and Sarah. Dougald married Martha 27 Nov 1851 Clarke Co MS. Martha was born 13 Feb 1833 Clarke Co MS and died 29 Oct 1929 Clarke Co MS and is buried in Andrews Cemetery Clarke Co MS.
|Barbara Teasley Bookamer||Lucy Alma Hughes|
Do you know where Lucy's husband John Calhoun Jones is buried?
|Mitchell||RE: Ann (GOLSON) Leysath Her Memorial|
Yes, I am related to the Leysath family. You and I e-mailed several times back in January.
Added by Mitchell on Mar 10, 2015 11:34 AM
|Mary Ann||RE: CARRIE ETTA SNELLGROVE|
Thank you so much, Bob. Other than the bible, which I am surprised to hear about, I believe the other instances of the name all came from that same census. I uploaded some photos of Carrie Etta (one with her mother Matilda, her daughter, and grandson, and the other of her alone) - I imagine you've seen those by now. I would love to hear your old stories. I found your "Female Side of Our Family" genealogy on the Lauderdale Historical Society site and am very much enjoying reading through it. I wish the Meridian Star had online historical archives - I would love to read the Alfred Snellgrove Blazed a Trail... article. I'll email you so that you can contact me privately if you'd like to share any stories. I have death dates but no sourcing, so I'll wait to submit those until I can prove them. Thanks again for your quick changes!
Added by Mary Ann on Dec 28, 2014 8:50 PM
|Ken Dickens||RE: RALPH & LOUISE STRATTON:|
Hi Robert ...
No, I am not related. But I knew this family when our family lived in CA for about a year. I was about 6 probably. Greg was a little older than me. (I was born in '54) And I think Gail was older also by a couple years. My mom and dad were friends with the Strattons.
The pic of Greg I found by searching the internet. I now live in Delaware!
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