|Nancy Fincher Harris (#47311573)|
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|I was born at Crawford Long Hospital Atlanta Ga. on November 12 1945. Grew up in Adamsville and West End (Southwest Atlanta) I have been working on my ancestry for a few years now and have a lot on Find a Grave. My Grandfather Floyd Amber Fincher died before I was born. My family lost tuch with each other,so grewing up didn't know many of the Fincher Family. But now I am finding them every where, even live in the same place and didn't know how we were kin,now I know. Have traced our Fincher Family Back to Francis Fincher 1500 England and found that most the Finchers are kin just on different Branches. Found a lot on here that is in my line and branch. Thanks to Find a Grave. Francis Fincher 1626 came over on the Bristol Ship with his Family in 1683 into the port of Pa.|
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Hollywood Atlanta, Ga.
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|Rob Dwyer||RE: Sarah Strickland|
I am a Strickland descendant (through my great-great grandmother - Cora Strickland Gregory of Delaware County, NY). I was curious to see if there might be a connection through this line, but it would have to be a very distant one (back in England). Anyhow, I'm glad to have helped you!
|Donnita Wicks Singleton||Fincher|
No I am not related , my daughter was dating a Fincher and I was helping his children learn some of their ancestors
|Donnita Wicks Singleton||George William Fincher|
Sorry Nancy do not know his Father , or Mother , he is the last I had in the Fincher Side . He was Married to VirGia Luisa Bell , Same cemetery , and I am going to delete him , did not realize there were 2 for him. His Chidren were Samuel Jackson and General H ... Samuel Jackson is the line I was starting from so if you need newer I have that
Nancy - I transferred al of my Fincher Family to you...I am not related to any of them... Leon
|Catherine Ford Brown||Lyon Family|
Are you related to the Lyon family: Harold, Dorothy Goddard Lyon, Parrie King Lyon, George O Lyon? I see that you manage their memorials and were wondering if you would be interested in transferring to me? My brother married into that family and I grew up knowing this family and all the children. If so, I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to manage them. Thanks for your consideration and all you have done.
Catherine Ford Brown (#46872931)
|Dwight Baker||RE: Baker's in Georgia|
I have not found a burial for Joshua yet. I found him as a brother to Elias Baker, whose family is the subject of the book Baker Families along the GAARTX trail. The author did not go above Elias but when I started getting my DNA blood cousins documented, I found several they were linked with several documented history of their service in the Revolutionary War and how they moved to GA. A lot of the family then went to AR and then on to TX. Some bypassed AR and some went on other paths. The bottom line is that any male of a direct line of either Beal or Elias would have the same DNA as me. I cannot make my own connection up to Maurice but I have found a direct line from Beal and Elias there. That is why I was curious if any of your relatives were DNA tested to further prove the link. I have a test from a descendant of Beal and one to Alexander Sandy be but he connects to another brother of Beal and Elias. My email is on my profile if you want me to send some files showing this.
|Scott Hutchison||RE: Pvt.W M. Baker|
Please DO NOT send corrections.additions on message board. Use edit button at top right of memorial-it's so much easier that way. Thanks
|Kathy Key||RE: Baker|
Hi Nancy, how wonderful to meet you! I have my Grandmother's Book (she was the one who started reseacing) And I see that Martha Tabitha (Patsy) Baker was the daughter of Joshua Baker and Mary (Polly) Parks Baker. Martha was born Oct. 15 1816 and died June 2, 1901.
She was buried in the St. Paul's Methodist Church Cemetery located just over the Hall County line ofn the Dahlonega Hwy. in Lumpkin County. Martha was the Granddaughter of Bill Baker, a veteran of the Revolution who was buried in the D.A.R. Alta Vista Cemetery in Gainesville Ga.
That was what my Grandmother Mamie Stephens Smith had written about Martha, so I would say to check those 2 cemeteries first.
Are you on ancestry.com? I have lots of folks on there mostly Stephens, that is all I know about the Bakers, but you never know if a leaf will pop up on the ancestry.com site.
It's always nice to meet a new cousin!
|Diana Satterfield||RE: Transfers|
I notice in your request that you did not use the send a correction link. That link makes it a lot easier to do the transfer. That has been the main delay, as I have not had time to look up your many transfer requests.
If you can send it to me that way, I will be able to get to it sooner.
|Diana Satterfield||RE: Annie Mae Strickland Fincher|
I am sorry for the delay in transfers. I am way behind due to 2 new grandbabies, retired, sold my house and am in the process of moving, and now I have jury duty until August 30th.
I promise I will get to them sometime :)
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