I love family history research, but even more I love helping others to find their families. Taking pictures for those who can't get to their family graves is wonderful I have 6 children and 24 grandchildren. Creating history for them to relate to.
RE: Martha Wells Reynolds You are amazing, and I thank you for everything that you do for family history. I live in Cleveland, Ohio, and I dont get much chance to return to my roots in East Texas, even though I am, and always be, a true Texas gal!! I also come from the Bynum family...Kimmie Reynolds married Jasper Russell Bynum, and they had numerous children, including Harold Lee, my father. I would love to visit Abbeville, Alabama soon...its at the top of my bucket list, because so many of the Bynums and Reynolds lived there for years before they migrated to greener pastures in East Texas. We lived in Dallas for about 10 years, and unfortunately, never visited Camp and Cass Counties...you know, small children, busy lives!! If you do ever find any more info on the Hollands, please let me know. My husband, Richard, is VERY involved with Find A Grave here in Cleveland...he's an obsessed, unpaid full-time volunteer for Woodland Cemetery in Cleveland...very historic with 85,000+ burials..Am sure that you two would get along famously. Anyway, thank you again. Kim Snyder
Martha Wells Reynolds Thank you so much for accepting the edit to add her father, Jasper Wells. Martha is the great grandmother of my wife. Her daughter, Kimmie, is my grandmother. I remember stories told by Kimmie of what a wonderful mother and father she had...with lots of happy children that lived long and fruitful lives. I only wish that I could find the burial info for Martha's mother, Nancy Ann Holland. We know she died in 1898 in Henry County, Alabama, but that's all. Anyway, thank you again!!! Kim Snyder
RE: memorial # 15919425 Read my bio; anyone is welcome to any photos I've taken and placed in cemeteries. To me, sharing is what it's all about. If you need any help finding someone, let me know. I might be able to help.
William Steve Sackley #47302793 Thank you for allowing the updates. No, not related. Rigney Sackley's family lived across the alley from me when I was a boy. Recently, I decided to work on documenting their Chicago family via here and familysearch. To see what I have accomplished so far, see my John Sackley virtual cemetery
If you wish to transfer, ok... but far from necessary.
Isabella Chadbourn Robert is right about her husband being Jacob. If you look at the Ga Historical Society Archive, you will see the the Chadbourn and Champion families did marry, I do not know id this helps or confuses, or is worthless, but here goes: Sarah Ann Chadbourn (d. 1873) of Savannah was the daughter of Captain Jacob Chadbourn. She married John Newton Champion (1797-1845) on December 28, 1831. Champion was born in Massachusetts and moved to Savannah, Georgia to work in the mercantile business with his elder brother. Sarah Ann and John Champion moved from Savannah to Columbus, Ohio in 1835, where he opened a dry goods store under the name Champion and Lathrop. Mary Jane Champion was John's sister. Sarah's brother was Aaron Champion. Scope and Content Note This collection consists of photocopies of four letters from members of the Champion family. Individuals represented in the letters include Mary Jane Champion, Jacob Chadbourn, Andrew Chadbourn, Aaron Champion, and Elizabeth Champion. The letters discuss news of family and friends.