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I have a great interest in genealogy thanks to my cousin Bob. He was amazing at the King History out of Warren County, TN and I'm thankful to have known him. My lines hail from Tennessee/Alabama and my husband's from North Carolina. I am a proud veteran of the USArmy as is my husband and a long line of ancestors who served in various military branches. |
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All requests for transfer will be reviewed. If the loved one is part of my tree, I won't transfer.
I love this site and I love having accurate information to report. If you find that I've added a duplication, please be nice in your request to remove, otherwise, my memorial (duplication or not) will stay.
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|C Dean||RE: Hatchett Hanselman|
Dear Stubby; can you tell me how he is related on your mother's side of the family? We must be related then because he is my father's cousin. Adam Hanselman and Martha Vining were his parents. Martha Vining was an Aunt to my father. Martha's siblings were Cleveland Vining, my grandfather, Joseph Alonzo, and Rutherford Brown. I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by C Dean on Jun 29, 2015 7:49 AM
|Johnny J. Sharp||MANY THANKS!|
MANY THANKS for the "edit" and "transfer" of my Hillis family relative; Flora Imogene (Hillis) Echols. If you ever need my help on anything, just give me a holler! Your friend,
Johnny J. Sharp (cont. # 47599970)
|Tracie Thomas-Pouch & Mike Pouch||RE: Walter Earl Russell #34882857|
Walter shows up as; Created by: StubbyTate Record added: Mar 16, 2009. Contributor bailey (#47198252) created Ira Sr. and Myrta Russell, the parents of Walter.
I believe you would need to make the family relationship connections. Thank you
|Tracie Thomas-Pouch & Mike Pouch||Walter Earl Russell #34882857|
Other family information source is
Ira E. Russell - 1930 Census Record
Warrior, Jefferson County, Alabama, United States
Ira Russell lived in Jefferson County, Alabama in 1930. He was the head of the household, 39 years old, and identified as white. Ira was born in Alabama around 1891, and both of his parents were born in Alabama as well. In 1930, Ira was married to Myrta L. Russell, and they had six children named Edward J., Nola M., Herman, James H.,
Ira E Russell; Residence; Warrior, Jefferson, Alabama, United States
Male;Age 39; Birth Year (est.) 1891; Birth Place Alabama
Relationship to Head of House
Ira E. Russell Head 39
Myrta L. Russell Wife 39
Edward J. Russell Son 20
Nola M. Russell Daughter 14
Herman Russell Son 10
Audrey Burns Niece 14
James H. Russell Son 5
Ira E. Russell Son 3
Walter E. Russell Son 0
|Tracie Thomas-Pouch & Mike Pouch||Walter "Earl" Russell|
After speaking to my Aunt Margaret Russell (Herman), she gave me family information about Uncle Herman "Dick" Russell. Walter and Herman's parents are Myrta (Burns) Russell Find A Grave #72513158 and Ira Eugene Russell, Sr Find A Grave #72513178. I made a relationship suggestion and I hope you will connect the family. Thank you.
|Sherlocks Cousin||Frances Alma Tate|
I did all the research tonight and all 3 of her marriages are document in my ancestry.com tree.
|Sherlocks Cousin||Frances Alma Tate|
I just sent the below suggestion to you and I was incorrect - I changed the last sentence as I had the children incorrectly listed with Stokes - they had no children. I wonder if the deaths may have been from an argument over her children.
Her maiden name was also Tate (sent you an edit). Oh my goodness - such a shame the way she died. She was previously married to my husband's cousin.
For her bio:
She married Morris Allen Layne on 8 Nov 1925 in Grundy Co, TN. Morris died from TB on 2 Mar 1932. Frances married on 12 Feb 1933 to Louis Seals in Grundy Co, TN and then her final marriage was on 1 Aug 1939 in Grundy Co, TN, to Stokes Tate. She had 3 children by Morris Layne and 3 children by Louis Seals.
|Connie Schwindt Rumold||Memorial# 39296180|
The photos for this relative's memorial page arrived yesterday. You really must have a look at it. It is truly beautiful. Thank you so much for making this memorial.
I believe I have made some requests for updating the memorial, as well.
Thank you for all you do.
Connie Schwindt Rumold
|Nancy Cornelius||RE: Weaver Cemetery|
THANKS for what you do!
|Nancy Cornelius||Weaver Cemetery|
Just found this cemetery today and found another Weaver when I chalked a stone in the back. Need some help. Thought you might be related. Can not figure out the dod of a Rev. WL Weaver, dob 1822 and the dod is 18?4 Looked like a 3 but don't think so. May be a closed 9. Looks like there was a WL Weaver who fought in the civil war. Just not connected enough to make a judgement.
If you ever find a Yarbrough who married a James Presley Brumbeloe in GA I would love to know about her. Thanks.
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