It has been a great pleasure sharing with people here, and finding our family! In 2016 & 2015, we have been able to reconnect to the Duhart family members on the West coast. We cannot wait to meet some for the first time. Our desire to reach out and connect more family members is strong.
We welcome records from the Hectors, Odoms, Vinsons and Maddox families in Cleveland County, NC who are assisting us in locating our Native American ancestors. 2010 and 2011 were filled with reunions in Ohio, VA, South Georgia, and points west including the Stovalls in Seattle; Duharts of California; the Sims from Mobile, AL & the Davenports from Jacksonville and Pensacola, FL.
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I have a question about Wilmont Matthews. I think it shows that you added him to a Williams Family Cemetery in Fayette County in 2009.
I had tried to take a photo of Avingdon Burton Williams grave (the other person listed in this cemetery)b. b.1800 and d.1846, about two years ago. I had left a note with the person at the house asking permission, the owner was not there. The owner called me and was VERY irate and said unless I was a direct descendant I would not be granted access. I explained I was just volunteering to take the picture.It shook me and until just recently I gave up trying to take pictures.I do not know why the owner was so mad.
Anyway, I just looked at it again and I thought if you are a direct descendant of someone buried there you might want to be forewarned. The cemetery is on the property of 1413 Antioch Rd, which is lot 7 of Woolsey Oaks. The owner admitted the cemetery was there.
Jack Willoughby Hello, I was wondering if you had more information on Jack Willoughby, Birth: 1820 Virginia, US Death:unknown, Georgia, USA. I'm not sure if he or James Willoughby Birth: Aug. 28, 1801 Death:Mar. 23, 1876 is my 4th Great Grandfather. I do know that James Willoughby owned Rebecca Willoughby and children as slaves but I'm unsure if he or Jack is my 4th great grandfather. My 3rd Great Grandfather is Isaac, Rebecca's son. Also how did you find out Jack Willoughby was born in Virginia? Thanks so much for your help!
Macedonia Cemetery Here is the address of the Macedonia Cemetery you have located in Marietta, GA. (That is not correct)
New Macedonia Christian Church 3478 Macedonia Rd. Powder Springs, GA 30127-7247 I live on Macedonia Rd, about a mile from the church and the Cemetery that is across Macedonia road from the Church. Please, post that address or at least take it out of Marietta and put in Powder Springs.
Thank you, Brian Brunner
P.S. I'm still posting images I have taken in that Cemetery. I plan to send you a picture of the cemetery if you want it. Send me your e-mail address and I'll sent the pic. firstname.lastname@example.org
Alphus James Key Your James Key is a different person than this Alphus James Key. Your's appears in the 1860 US Census with his parents, Rice & Sarah.
1860 US Census of Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia Rice Key 44 Sarah Key 44 Jasper Key 17 Newton Key 13 Levi Key 10 James Key 9 Nancy Key 7 Mary A Key 6 Rica Key 5 Sarah A Key 4 Aaron Key 3 Thomas Key 2
Alphus James Key is also shown in the 1860 US Census with his parents, William & Mary. He too is living in Gilmer County.
1860 US Census of Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia William Key 45 Mary Kee 43 Sabra Kee 18 Ada Ophus 16 [Transcription error; this name should have been Adolphus Key, with Key repeating as the surname of the children following him.] Aymey Ophus 13 Martha Ophus 11 Fanny Ophus 8 William Ophus 6 Nancy Ophus 2
Both lived in Gilmer County and both were close to the same age, but they are two different people.