|Charlotte Ann Price (#47625664)|
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I started searching for Maiden names of Women in the Family. Years of off and on research made some exciting finds.|
Names lost of Grandparents Mothers etc on the male side and also on the female side. Names never to be known unless uncovered.
Thanks to the new Family I have found and their sharing of the wonderful Price history of our relatives. Thanks to the Journey To Cape Fear By Michael Price (A wonderful work),if not for EEPrice,I would not have the book..so a special thanks to you.
South Carolina Price Family,
The Price-Collins Family, I say a big thanks to all the help.
A special thanks for the help of the Bethel Baptist Church,a cousin there, in MS that led me to a path of My GG grandFather.
One year ago (2012) I knew nothing of my Paternal side of the lost Family.
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|Susan Hill||Synthia Nelson|
Just sent you a e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Coming from email@example.com
Hope you get it.
|Susan Hill||George W. Nelson|
I e-mailed you but didn't get a reply back.
I'm beginning to double that I have the correct picture of George W. Nelson's headstone.
His headstone that is being used on Ancestory.com has his DOD as May 2nd 1910. When I find Emily in the 1900 census, she is listed as widowed and then again in 1910 census. This is a strong conflict with what is on the head stone.
What are your thoughts?
|Susan Hill||Morgan & Elizabeth Hill|
I only found the grave of my grandparents once time. I took a rubbing of the headstones and later threw them away as they became brittle. I was with my father and his cousin when we went to the cemetery. I was about 21/22 year old at that time. I just know what my father told me about here his grandparents are buried. I also have a paper that my aunt wrote when she was in 8th grade giving all of the family history on both sides.
It seems that we are connected in the family of Nelsons. I have done a DNA test on Ancestry.com. If we are related, it should show up as I continue to work my way back and get things documented and sourced.
|Susan Hill||George / Emanuel Nelson|
In 1910, my George W. Nelson is 78/79 year old, living in Jones County and dies there, where he is buried.
The Emanuel M. Nelson that you are referring to is 49 year old in 1910 and is living in Newton County.
Are you sure that you do not have a cross in the Nelson tree? I have (of all things) two sets of Neslon(s) that married Hill(s). Now if that isn't confusing!!
|Susan Hill||RE: Elizabeth E. Nelson THIS ONE IS THE ONE U ARE TALKING ABOUT?|
You are correct that Elizabeth E. Nelson is the wife of Morgan Maxwell Hill.
This Elizabeth is the daughter of George & Emily Nelson.
|Susan Hill||RE: Elizabeth E. Nelson|
George & Emily did not have a daughter called
Mary Elizabeth, but there is a Find-a Grave site that is Mary Elizabeth Nelson McGee that has George & Emily linked as her parents. (Memorial# 44437824). Even if you go to Emily's Find-a-Grave page (Memorial# 81097112), you will find that she is listed as a daughter of Emily's. I'm working at getting the correct information inputted and the incorrect information taken off.
|Susan Hill||RE: Elizabeth E. Nelson|
You have (44437824)Mary Elizabeth Nelson McGee listed with George & Emily.
Elizabeth E. Nelson married Morgan Maxwell Hill my g-grandparents.
You have the incorrect parents as Mary Elizabeth Nelson McGee.
|Susan Hill||Elizabeth E. Nelson|
I have run across several of my families Find-a-Grave site where information has been added that is incorrect.
Example, you have an Elizabeth Nelson 44437824 that is listed as George & Emily's child. This is incorrect information. Elizabeth E. Nelson is my great grandmother.
I have also seen on George's site (her father)that you have listed him as Emanuel.
If you will please correct/remove these incorrect 'facts'.
|D & N Kirk||87816615 Malinda Mcgahhey|
Are you related? We have much info. on Sophia Malinda Weast Mcgahhey(Mcgahey) and husband James. She is a dau. of the sister of my ancestor Adam Weast. They are from Rutherford Co. NC. Refer to Adam Weast memorial 138879704 in Marion Co., Ark. Refer to Adam's sister #4 Nancy. Refer to 1910 census of Arkansas Co, Ark. James McGahey p 19. They are a very interesting family, had to leave NC because of the KKK. D. Kirk
|Glen England||RE: 12668541|
You're welcome. Glad to help.
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