|Robert H (#47752064)|
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|Anna Jaech||Three Stephens Children|
I see you've read the terrible account of the deaths by fire of Martha, Maurine & Barney Stephens (#93498022)in 1927. The end of the story: Barney & Ethel, the parents, moved to Columbia, established a grocery & were well loved & cherished by the community. They had two sons, Richard b. 1929 & Bruce b. 1932. I knew this small family well. The sons were the kindest men I've ever known, their parents gracious & quietly dignified. Ethel lived to be 99. I visited her weekly at a Columbia nursing home as did other cousins. Her sons were highly successful & had to live away... Ethel lived in the moment & was interested in what others were doing. We spoke of cousins in the sense of the present.
|sanford||RE: Thomas San(d)ford in Old Burlington|
Thos was my 3rd cousin 5x removed-I tried to work on Benj's line but BOY are there some lulu's out there with BAD dates etc(like parents at 10 years old and stuff) Do you have a tree on ancestry? A Crump tree loos pretty good? Do you know where the Leslie family fits in?-Marcellus-Peter-Samuel-Theoplis-Martha?-Stephen
Added by sanford on Oct 22, 2013 2:53 PM
|Christopher Beard||Jesse Brumfield|
Hi. I made the link for Jesse to his parents. Question I am hoping you can help with - Find A Grave shows his name as D. Jesse Brumfield, but in other documentation I have seen it is Jesse Kelly Brumfield. Do you know where the D. came from and what it may stand for? Could he had had three names possibly. I know that as common. (D. Jesse Kelly Brumfield)??
|Amy Hogan||Youngblood Cemetery|
The Walthall Cem book says in the Knoxo Comm behind Linwood Graves home, across hollow and on hillside. Section 19, Township 2 North, Range 12 East. No markers remain. Wish I could be more help.
Robert: Has it been business as usual since we last talked, or have you made any startling or fascinating discoveries? I continue to work, but not at my old pace. Have you read that Find A Grave has been sold to Ancestry?
|Peachy Pringle||Amos Ponder|
I don't know the Ponders.
Earlier this year, someone requested photos for some of the Ponders in Amite City Cemetery. In such cases, it is more efficient to photograph all the stones in the family plot and sort it out at home. When one finds oneself with a photo of a stone with no memorial, one just makes a memorial in hopes that someone interested in that person will see it. I have transferred the memorial to you.
|Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke||William Hamilton Ponder|
I have NO connection to this person, think I photographed the marker many years ago because his middle name was "HAMILTON". Let me know if you would like for me to transfer the memorial.
|Lt. Bill Pittman||Dorus Knight|
Robert, I wasn't sure of the relationship between Dorus and Oliva, being there was only 1 year difference in births. Is not Dorus a female name? Bill
|sbhutson||RE: Leonard Stephens|
Gen. Leonard Stephens patriot (1791 - 1873)
father-in-law of my 1st cousin 4x removed
Lucy Waller Stephens (1823 - 1847)
daughter of Gen. Leonard Stephens patriot
Alexander Franklin Hughes (1820 - 1872)
husband of Lucy Waller Stephens
My 1st cousin 4x removed
John C Hughes (1778 - 1839)
father of Alexander Franklin Hughes
My 3rd great grand uncle
CORNELIUS HUGHES Patriot A059104 (1739 - 1814)
father of John C Hughes
My 4th great grandfather, I descend from his son Thomas Hughes.
Added by sbhutson on Aug 11, 2013 10:31 AM
|rhondajo||RE: William P Hendrick|
I am not a Hendrick descendant. I just like to put something in the bios. If any of it appears to be wrong, please let me know. I got it on line.
Added by rhondajo on Jul 11, 2013 12:54 AM
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