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.
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?
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.
RE: George Kilgore Sorry, I cannot find an obituary for George Kilgore. It's been many years since I have actually been in Magnolia Cemetery, so I cannot tell you if he is buried beside her or not. I will add Mittie's obit to her memorial for you and then transfer her memorial into your care.
I did find where a George Kilgore was murdered in Mississippi in 1935, but I am not sure if that is the same gentleman? Chip Landry, added Mittie's headstone pic and I am sure that if George's headstone were there he would have added his memorial and the headstone pic as well.
Hope you find George's resting place. God's best to you and yours!