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I've been researching my family since the late 1980's.|
I'm currently researching several family names including:
Ash, Bynum, Crew, Hefner, Hicks, Montgomery, Perdue, Perryman, Rigsby, Rogers, Rosson, Schmidt, Spangenberg and Wersdoeffer. All of them were in Texas at one time or another.
Most of the memorials I've posted are related to me in some way.
If you find a mistake, have questions or have something to share, let's get acquainted. Please send me a message.
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Would that cousin be Barbara Rogers by any chance? We have worked together for many years now on family history.
I have been to Joseph Rogers old mill site in Madison county, Arkansas on the stream off the Kings River. I suspect that Rachel is buried at the old campground Cemetery there. Lawsons grave is there and there are unmarked graves around him. I would still love to go explore Rogers bluff there if time should permit. My grandmother Luella Rogers married Joseph Ferrell and his father was raised south of White county at Hurricane Creek of the Caneyfork river north of Smithville in Dekalb co. Tenn.
After Joseph Rogers finished his service in the war of 1812, He obtained a bounty land in Madison county Arkansas. I found information that suggested that he first visited the area on a trip around 1839 and then moved to the area around 1841 to 1842. By the time he moved there with at least two of his sons, he was getting up in years and decided to stay with his sons closer to the Kings River rather than settle his bounty land claim and he let it go. His other sons except for Isaac moved to Johnson County Arkansas which is my line. The Rogers boys in Johnson county operated a saw mill probably near Colony Mountain for some years as well as operating their farms close by.
Joseph Rogers had another son that lived in White county TN named Hiram and he married a woman named Campbell by her maiden name so this is another reason Isaac Rogers born 1801 might be Joseph Rogers son.
One cousin and I are of the belief that Isaac Rogers may be a son of our ancestor Joseph Rogers born 1773 and moved to White co. Tenn from Franklin county, Ga. My g grandfather was Isaac Milton Rogers who was son of William W Rogers born in White county and he was son of John M Rogers of white county and he was son of Joseph Rogers.
|Annita||RE: Emma Slaughter in Oak Island Cemetery|
Added by Annita on Nov 26, 2013 2:54 PM
|Owl63||RE: A.L Slaughter Photo request - Mission Burial Park South|
I suggested it be removed. We shall see. I agree they rarely delete memorials even if they go against their own policy.
Added by Owl63 on Nov 19, 2013 11:55 PM
|Donna L. Tolliver||Anna M. Gordon 1835-1907|
|Betty ||Elward Spiers|
Thank You so much for the correction I never want to link the wrong family members. Betty
Added by Betty on Nov 12, 2013 5:40 AM
|Fonda||RE: William Hiram Rigsby and his wife, Jane|
I understand completely, thank you for responding so quickly.
Added by Fonda on Nov 04, 2013 3:54 PM
|DBrown||RE: McAnear markers|
You are very welcome. It made me sad also that his wife apparently had no marker. I told my wife today that if I had abundant funds I would take on a project of supplying headstones for people who I found were buried without one.
Added by DBrown on Oct 18, 2013 7:14 PM
|Leon Barton||RE: Roy Lewis|
You are welcome. I live about ninty miles from Sharon Springs and don't know how you get a hold of someone that can help you. You could check with the Wallace county courthouse. Good luck.
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