|T Garner||RE: Newman Anderson|
Although not directly related, he is the husband of a great aunt and I had taken this photo for my early pre-computer genealogy files several years ago. His nickname "Dock" was altered to us as children, "Daddy Dock". In his time, he was a rancher and commercial hog buyer who would buy locally and ship large loads to the Fort Worth Texas market. I'm glad to share it.
Added by T Garner on Mar 05, 2015 6:32 AM
|nHarriett||Ruth Mattix Enlow|
You have Ruth listed as a sibling of Margaret and Cinderella Mattix but most Mattix researchers have her as their aunt. They believe Ruth Mattix Enlow was the dau. of Edward "Ned" Mattix, Sr. & was the sister of Edward Mattix who was married to Elizabeth Bond.
|Gina Caperton Ervin||RE: Hiram Carter|
It is nice to meet you too. I descend through his son Seaborn Thomas Carter. I found the rest of Hiram's children and have requested they be linked to him. I am trying to locate a copy of Hiram's estate settlement dated 1 May 1858 that is mentioned by several online for a DAR supplement. I am going to have to make a request for it at the county level, I guess. Thanks for your Find A Grave work!
|Laura Jensen62||Palmer 98777244|
I was wondering if you would transfer Ashel Palmer 98777244 to me. Thank you. Laura
|nHarriett||Margaret Ann (Mattix) Hinds Autry|
Margaret Ann (Mattix) Autry was first married to a David Hinds 22 Feb 1827, Lawrence Co. AR before marrying John Autry. She had seven children by David Hinds who died Dec 1843 when the family was living in VanBuren,Crawford,AR. She then had five children by John Autry. Her parents were Edward Mattix and Eliz. Bond.
|Gina Caperton Ervin||RE: Elias G. Carter|
Thank you SO much!
Thanks so much for the transfer! Much appreciated!
Added by Rosalie on Nov 24, 2013 2:22 PM
|Robert Carlson||RE: John Aprato|
Your welcome on the picture for John. Did you
notice the other Aprato's that I added a picture
of there grave marker. I assume they are all
|Chesnut/Behunin Descendant||RE: John H. Augustad|
You are sooo WELCOME.
I am glad I was able to help.
|MJ's FamilyTree||Lorene E. Jordan|
Thank you for creating a memorial page for her.
Plus turning it over to us.
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