|Patricia Richardson Tillman||Babe Hendricks|
You sent a correction to add William as the first name and Babe as the nickname. William is not engraved on the stone so I was wondering if you are related.. If you are I will be happy to transfer his memorial to you.
Blessings, Patricia Tillman
|zzyzx1947||RE: Ella Hendrick Nichols|
I am related to this Hendrick line through the Youngblood's line. It goes back to my fourth great grandfather John Miles Youngblood, Sr.
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||Annie R Hendrick Hope|
I just posted two obits to the memorial for Annie R. Hendrick Hope - they might help you find her children and make more family links
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||I deleted W Smith duplicate|
Thanks for letting me know
|Lovic Gray Baugh||RE: James Hendrick 1824-1907 ID#13991053|
I had been searching for the family of Amelia Josephine Hendrick, who was married to my great uncle M. V. Baugh, and found the information now posted on her memorial in a book at the Bell County Museum. It didn't have any mention of her father's parents.
|Anna Jaech||Blessing Stephens|
I've built a good sized data base encompassing 12-15 families in the Orange county region at the time Blessing's father was in his prime. I collected it because my #1 mystery man is John Williams of that neighborhood. In the mid 1750s there was a blending of my Williams & Stephens families that would not occur again until 1904, in Missouri. I hoped that if I massed my men at the rear & swept up through the years I might find either John, or Blessing's father. I haven't, but it's been exciting.
By chance, have you learned his identity?
|Iris Meshell||Oliver & Mollie Thompson Memorials|
Hello, Robert ...
I've decided to transfer the management of Oliver (#75025603) and Mollie Thompson (#75025571) to you, since you are related to them. Thanks for sending the photo of their children, which I have posted.
|Nan Reuel||RE: Photos|
any Nyegaards or Odoms?
|Nan Reuel||RE: Photo of Mose Pearson|
Wonderful photo! Where did you find it? Do you have more of Farmerville people? Thanks, Nan
|Nan Reuel||Photo of Mose Pearson|
You are most welcome to post his photo on his memorial. Thanks!
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