|Sarah Johnson (#47287914)|
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My name is Sarah Joyce Gibbs Johnson. I am a native of Alabama and a graduate of the University of Alabama. My parents, William Albert Gibbs and Lemma Lee Otwell Gibbs, are now deceased. I have been actively researching my ancestral families for the past fourteen years. My mother was our family genealogist for almost 50 years and she was instrumental in developing my interest in continuing the search for our ancestors. |
Paternal Lineage: Bacon, Barry, Barton, Brewer, Brook/Brookes, Calhoun, Clement/Clements, Collier, Cosper, Cullum/Cullen, Earnest, Gibbs, Glass, Hatton, Hyde, Jackson, Kimball, Kincheloe, Kite/Kight, Knapp, Lippincott, Little, McPherson, Nuthall, Phillips, Pottinger, Roberts, Sims/Simms, Small, Smith, Sprigg, Thompson, Vines, Wade, White, Wickliffe/Wycliffe, and Williams.
Maternal Lineage: Abney/De Albini, Albrecht/Albright, Ashley, Bentley, Berger, Billings, Bird/Byrd, Bobo, Brickhmann, Britt, Bull, Canning, Collier, Collins, Cottrell/Cotrall, Crumpton, Davidson, Dobbs, Ebourne, Elliott, Emory, Farlee/Farley, Garrett, Gaylord, Hawkins, Higginbotham, Hold/Holt, Hollowell, Hungerford, Jordan, Joy, Keller, Kendrick, Kenner, Kilgore/Killgore, Layton, Lewis, Lucas, Mann, Maroney/Meroney, Morgan, Moseley, Myrick, Neydeckh, Otwell, Pollard, Pounds/Pound, Prichard/Pritchard, Puleston, Reid, Rothchild, Scates, Scheible, Smith, Sorrell, Spencer, Spraggins, Thompson, Tippen/Tipping, Treat, Warner, Weems, Willet, Williams, Willoughby, Wise, Wofford, and Wood.
My husband, William Alvin Johnson, passed away on December 27, 2012. Bill was also very interested in genealogy. Most of his ancestors lived in Bucks Co., PA and Gloucester Co., NJ, with his earliest known ancestors arriving from Germany in the early 1700s.
Husband's Lineage: Dunk, French, Gibison,
Graeff, Johnson, Long, McIlvaine, Miller, Rufe, Scholl, Starr, Somers, Sumstone/Zumstein, Walters/Wolterink, and Worman.
I am a member of the DAR, based on the military service of my 4th Great Grandfather, George Earnest of Virginia. My sister was a past Regent of the Palm Beach Chapter of the DAR. I am hoping to work on some supplementals as time allows. Our earliest ancestors came to the Colonies of Maryland and Virginia from England in the 1600s, including David Wickliffe, Zachariah (Zachary) Wade, and Thomas Sprigg of Maryland; and Thomas Ottowell of Jamestown, Virginia. In the 1700s, other ancestors, Michael Hold (1717), Georg Sheible (1717), Johannes Albrecht (1732), and Henrick Gasper (1768), along with their families, arrived from Germany; and Gabriel Baubau (1700) from France.
Thank you to all my Find A Grave friends for leaving tokens on the memorials of my loved ones. I appreciate your thoughtfulness so very much. I am currently offline due to cataract surgery in September and additional cataract surgery in October, 2014. I hope to be back soon!
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|Linda & Joe Richards||Thompson Family|
Hi Sarah, I see that you have Thompson in your family lineage. Are you descended from Joseph & Mary "Molly" Thompson from South Carolina? I have some information that Molly lived in Cleburne County, Alabama, and I am looking for their descendants. Also, may I have your permission to add photos you took of Thompson Family descendants to my family tree? Thank you.
|Neil B (John 3:16)||Hi Sarah,|
|Remembered ~*~ Angels||Happy New Year|
**Here's hoping that the New Year is in every way complete with happiness, success, good health, and all that makes life sweet**
Thank you for all your visits through out the year
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you Sarah, my Find A Grave friend! Let me hear from you!
Added by KATHY on Dec 25, 2014 10:38 AM
|Joyce McCraw McLaurin||Clements|
Good Morning from Mississippi,
Looking for information on Clements from Jasper, Walker, Alabama.
Alexander M. Clements: b 1948
had a twin brother Ezekiel
Father was Thomas Clements from Tuscaloosa, Al.
Mother was Ann Bolton
Trying to connect him to my great grandmother Josephine Clements-Bryant
Have found a lot of incorrect information.
Hope you can help
I thank you for your time.
|James Johnson||Bridget Mary & James Joy|
I'm very thankful for the information I've learned on this website concerning my great great grandparents. I was wondering if you knew Bridget's maiden name (born approx 1855). Thanks
|Lonnie Moore||RE: From Sarah (typo correction)|
Sarah -I really appreciate it when you and others fill in such good bio information on Find A Grave. It makes it a lot easier at times, particularly when ancestors have nicknames and multiple spellings. The Moores married into the Cosper line as well, and that is how I have a connection to Ransom, albeit pretty distant "husband of sister-in-law of great grand uncle" according to ancestry.com.
I hope you are doing well.
Added by amyr on Dec 02, 2014 11:27 AM
|Saffron♥Wings||I am so far behind|
I have not sent out that email yet regarding my sis.
They just put her in the hospital about 3 hrs from our home town. They say this chemo should knock out the tumors but that's what the other Dr said here as well on the other chemo plan. She wasted 3 months on that chemo just to find out her markers went sky high.
Just wanted to let you know I am thinking of you and your furbabies,
|Richard Ferguson||RE: From Sarah|
Sarah I never did get the email. Please resend. Richard
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