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daughter of Bessie Hair Tittmann from Calif. to Tenn. to Hill co.Hubbard Texas. my mother has also moved here with us. Back to Texas.|
My Texas line goes back to 1858 David Furman Hair married Irene S Addison They lived in Salado, Belton, Bell Co Tx. David F Hair born Barnwell Co SC 1834 his brother Joseph P Hair settled in Grimes co Tx. brother Samuel L Hair in Bell and Williamson co tx. = brother James W Hair moved to Drew Co ARk. his son J.J. (James Judson)Hair settled in Henderson Co Tx. Brother
William Lemuel Hair ( died 1862) his wife Elizabeth Raborn, remarried Martin t Anders they lived in Red River Co Tx., Burried Bryan co Ok. there daughter Mary jane "Hair" Jackson died in Choctaw Ok.
I Would like to get in touch with any of these families.
And yes I'm also into the Long Coat Chihuahuas I love working on there pedigrees and figuring out whom I'm going to breed to whom off the pedigrees and I have some beautiful dogs...
Also about Transfers......
If they are part of your family I will Transfer...usually in each of our families there are only a couple of people who are interested in this.
I have had family members transferred to me and have worked to add family information to all of them including photos. Be assured that I would never ask to have a memorial transferred to my membership for the sake of numbers. That is not my goal, AT ALL. I have numerous Virtual Cemeteries that are set up to hold members of the various direct lines/branches of my "Hair" family tree.
I do hope that some day these family branches will get in touch with me.
Two men were walking home after a party and decided to take a shortcut through the cemetery just for laughs. Right in the middle of the cemetery they were startled by a tap-tap-tapping noise coming from the misty shadows. Trembling with fear, they found an old man with a hammer and chisel, chipping away at one of the headstones.
"Holy cow, Mister," one of them said after catching his breath, "You scared us half to death -- we thought you were a ghost! What are you doing working here so late at night?"
"Those fools!" the old man grumbled. "They misspelled my name!"
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|Les Varner||RE: cowan|
I also posted a photo of a child's stone, Vincient W.
|W.Wm.McLeod||RE: Nancy Monteith who died 1935|
Thank you Nadine. The perfect place for her obit. You reminded me that I had not worked my way around to post her photo (until just now). I keep saying that 'I'm making the trip up to Belton' to find more family info- something always come up. Soon. Gratefully. Walter
|Debbie Belk Ellis||Arthur Cosper|
Maternal link information added. Thanks very much for the information.
|Saratoga||RE: James George|
Nadine, good to hear from you. I suspect his death certificate year of birth might be wrong. I think in the 1740's is more accurate. I got the death record from ancestry. Look in the South Carolina section for deaths from 1821-1955. I wasn't aware that James had been married before. I don't believe James and Elizabeth had any more children, but I'm not certain of that.
Added by Saratoga on Sep 11, 2013 12:10 PM
Nadine, James is the second husband of Elizabeth Reynolds who is my grand children's 5th great grandmother. His death certificates states he was 67 years old at the time of his death. Thus, the date of 1755. As far as I can recollect he served in the Revolutionary War and was known as a mechanic/ship's carpenter in Charleston. He was with the American forces when Charleston surrendered to the British in May of 1780.
Added by Saratoga on Sep 11, 2013 4:03 AM
|Ron Craig||Ena May Bowen Caldwell|
|Steve Voss||Howard Hair & Rosalee Knox Hughes - Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens|
I've very sorry in taking so long to add parents links for Howard Hair Hughes. I'm almost a month behind on my emails after taking a long vacation.
If you wish to have the memorials transferred, just let me know.
BTW: Cemetery photos have been added to the memorials - I'm way behind on those too.
|Kerry Hughes||RE: St Phillips church|
Thank you Nadine, our Hughes family seem to have connections to quite a few of the old families in Charleston going by their middle names. It has been very hard putting the pieces together as we have not been able to find the right connections because we are stuck on Edward.
|Saratoga||Jane Waring Addison Larsen|
Hi Nadine, the photo that is on this memorial was not put there by myself, but it's a photo taken by a photographer in the 1906 Charleston Exposition. I don't think it's copyrighted. If you want to use the headstone that's fine with me.
Added by Saratoga on Aug 02, 2013 3:57 AM
|Abigail Banks Dennison||Gray|
Thank you so much for the transfers!! I so wish my father were living to see this.
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