You meet all kinds of people on Findagrave... most of whom are helpful and co-operative. Just spending a few minutes a day on Findgrave can provide a great deal of genealogical input. Thank you for your co-operation! If I can assist anyone, please contact me.
My father, David Kennedy, was an avid genealogical researcher, so you could say, this was one of my inherited interests. He started his search in 1959 after meeting then Senator John F. Kennedy in Washington, DC. He asked my father if we were Catholic or Protestant Kennedys, after which Senator Kennedy suggested that since we were not Catholic, we must have entered the US via Northern Ireland. And the search continues...
Some of my direct lines are Kennedy, Clayton, Merritt, Head, Prothro, Crouch, Wright, Goodwin, Bledsoe, Breazeale, Smith, Guyton, Moorhead, Kirksey, Wyatt, Griffin, Richardson, Meyer, Johnston, Lott, Knox, Gaston, Barnett, Ray, Sharp, Alverson. I have been working on my genealogy since the 1990s. I always try to give credit to those who have done genealogical research ... just a very common courtesy.... Thanks y'all.
Hey Question.... Hey Fran, I have been working on 50191652 Jerushia Carnes and her husband Nathanial Small family. I located the obituary last night at the library. I was going to type the information on their memorial because the print is terrible. How do you add Bio information for a memorial that you didn't add? I checked the FAQ but didn't locate the answer. I hope you are doing well.
Mary Ann Breazeale My husband is descended from Mary Ann Breazeale. It's a confusing line, especially with all the different spellings. I appreciate all the work that has been done on trying to untangle all the Breazeales!
Sarah Breazeale Huffine Fran- I'm a descendant of Roane County, Tennessee Breazeales,(Willis, John Jackson, Drury Wood, Delilah Catherine, etc. ), and I just tonight saw the information of Sarah Breazeale Huffine who is buried in Bozeman, Montana. I'm contacting you because of a notation in Sarah's record attached to one of her brothers, John Jackson Breazeale, which caught my attention. The note says that John J. was a "half sibling" to Sarah. I had never heard anything about that before. Would you please explain that situation to me? I live in Tennessee and as a child went to Decoration at Cave Creek Church in Roane County, and so have seen the graves of several of the Breazeales buried there. You can use my email account instead of responding publicly here. Thanks, Frank Anderson