|Peggy Dillard Sauls (#47244316)|
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I am researching the following lines, Dillard, Sauls, Evitt, Peas, Brown,Boutwell, Pharris, Lamb,|
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|Anita R. Austill||Evitts|
I will be glad to delete my memorial for the Evitt's but I can not find where it is a duplicate. What other name would it be listed under?
|Donna Schauss||RE: Allie Swift|
You're very welcome!
|Max||RE: William Ephraim Dillard|
Thank you for your reply. This is new to me and I am learning the program and Ancestry.com as well.
It has been an adventure in getting started and learning about my paternal grandfathers side of the family since we knew nothing about him other than his first name.
The following is information about my grandfather:
Birth: Jun. 25, 1885
Death: Dec. 25, 1944
William Ephraim Dillard was the son of James Robert Dillard and Louisa Jane Simpson Dillard.
He was the husband of Ruby Carmom Lilley (married 14 Oct 1925, in Jonesboro, Ar). He was 59 years old and a blacksmith by trade.
He had two sons:
Robert William Dillard 1928 - July 7, 2013
Calvin Richard Dillard 1930 - June 10, 2013
Any information you have would be most appreciated.
Added by Max on May 27, 2014 7:42 AM
|Max||William Ephraim Dillard|
I am seeking information about my grand father, William Ephraim Dillard, I never met him and only recently discovered where he lived and died.
If you would please let me know if you are related to him or if there is a relative I might contact.
Added by Max on May 26, 2014 12:13 PM
|Vickye Blatherwick||Dillard Memorials|
Thanks for your response. I have the death certificate of Alexander's wife, Martha Ellen. She is buried in Saint Louis Cemetery, Jefferson County, KY.
I suspect Alexander is also there, but have not had time to do more research about him.
|Cindy Klemm||RE: Martha Webb Dillard Boutwell|
Peggy, I am so sorry for not responding to your request of 8892996. I had problems with amnesia. I am trying to transfer this record but am having problems finding your " contributor #". If you are still interested please send your # and I will be happy to transfer this and any other records. Again I am sorry.
|AZLITE||RE: Penny Dillard Castle|
You're Welcome! Glad you could use the info.
Added by AZLITE on Oct 23, 2011 4:43 PM
|Ted Crayne||RE: Homer Crayne|
I have no idea where she is buried. Based on where the family lived between 1880 and 1900, she died either in Mayberry (Hamilton County) or Ridgeway (Gallatin County).
My grandma Murley married Lawrence sometime in the early 70's in Shawneetown. I remember that they lived in an apartment, and his mother (whose name I can't remember) lived across the street and lived well into her 90's. Grandma had to move into the nursing home in the early 80's and I'm not sure what happened to Lawrence, except that he passed away before she did (either in 1993 or 1994.)
|Karla Appley||Wood photos|
I do have the dates, thank you. Interesting side note: my grandmother Murley Wood Uselton Dillard, her second husband was Lawrence Dillard. Do you recognize the name?
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