|Tamara McDaniel Kincaide (#46811256)|
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I am currently researching my family including but not limited to these surnames Kincaid - Williamson -Schumacher - Harnishfeger -Strasser -Hassler - Lensing - Frank - McWhirter - Vincent -Gish -Jobe -Seaton - Waters -McDaniel - Morrison - Rigdon - Jenkins - Owens- Raymer- Long- Albin - Stone - Clements - Kellems - Russelburg - Gourley - Wilson - Peetz -Morrison - Morris - Johnson - Lindsey- Ferguson - Porter - Adkins - Arendell - Arnold - Breit - Clanin - Gerlach|
I am happy to transfer any memorials that are not in my family lines
I sometimes fall behind in my emails, edits and corrections please be patient
NUMBERS are not as important to me as they appear to be to others.
Finding fault with others makes you an unpleasant being
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|Mary Wright Seamone||Edna Wright|
Hello I've seen you all over the geneology world and are you searching the same people. Can You help with my 2x grandfather Franklin A. Wright. I have his parents as Jno Wright and S.J. Dedman according to his death cert. any help would be appreciated
|Jrigdon||RE: Jesse White Rigdon 136238989|
Wow! Where to start? First, thanks for the additional information on JWC.
Second, who is Joseph Davis Rigdon? And how was he related? and when did he die?
Next, since Rebeccca and William are listed separately in the 1826 tax rolls, does that mean that they are not husband and wife? Any idea why Rebecca is not on the 1832 tax roll but then shows up in a later tax roll? Did Ky tax rolls of that time show everyone living in the household or only the head of the house?
It's certainly sounding like Rebecca was the mother of JWR and that Jesse White was his father. The question is: Was Rebecca married to William or was Rigdon her maiden name?
I've searched through my records and I don't have a record of either of them (correction, maybe I do). But I do have a Rebecca Jarvis married to James E Rigdon. Both born in Maryland and both died in Fleming Kentucky. She died in 1897 so she can't be the same Rebecca. However they did have a son named William (1781 Maryland - 1850 in Ky) and a daughter named Rebecca Birth 1798 in Maryland, Death 1876 in Daviess, Indiana. I have nothing else on her but it's pretty certain that she lived in Kentucky IF she stayed with her parents since she would have been only 10 years when her mother died. It's also unlikely that was the mother of JWR since she would have only been 9 YO at the time. BUT it is possible! Especially if her and/or JWR's birth are off by a couple of years. It's beginning to look to me like this is the most likely case.
Hmm, I just realized that Rebecca Jarvis was supposed to have died in 1797 but her daughter Rebecca Rigdon wasn't born till 1798. Obviously one or both are wrong!
BTW son William Rigdon married Elizabeth "Betsy" Jane Donovan in Mason Kentucky on 27 Oct in 1802 and they had fifteen kids that I'm aware of.
Your 1840 census agrees closely with the records that I have of JWR and his family members.
I think the 1830 census is almost dead on. Residents would be Jesse, his wife or soon to be wife (he married in 1830). His wife was born in 1813 so would have been 17 in 1830. The third person, 50-60 YO female) is a mystery though, It doesn't match Rebecca Jarvis or her daughter Rebecca. It may be JWR's mother in law or just a house keeper.
I'm looking at notes for James Rigdon, husband of Rebecca Jarvis. He remarried in 1812 so that confirms that RJ was MOST likely dead by them so I assume 1808 is the correct date. Also RJ's last children born in 1808 so it all fits. I also looked at the birthdates and locations and it appears that JR and RJ left Maryland abt 1799 and went to Pennsylvania and then to Kentucky in 1800.
As tempting as it is to say that there are the Rebecca and William that we're looking for, I just don't think this is them. For one thing, these two both married and had large families and there's no mention of that with the two that are connected to JWR. Also the dates for JWR's Rebecca simply don't fit with either of the Rebecca in James Rigdon's family.
Ah, well. Time to look for someone else!
Added by Jrigdon on Jun 07, 2015 8:21 AM
|Jrigdon||Jesse White Rigdon 136238989|
FWIW My records show that he died 1862. I am almost certainly related but I'm not sure how since I'm finding conflicting records about who his parent's where. But I KNOW that some of the parents named in some of the online family trees is definitely wrong. I've done extensive research of the Rigdons of South Carolina of the period but I've found no mention of any Jesse. In fact, there's no record of ANY Jesses in the Rigdon family prior to him and I have traced the family back to well before the arrived in the US in the 1630s. The same applies to the name "White". I can find no record of prior use of that name in the family either as a first, middle or last name; prior to JWR.
His origin is certainly a mystery to me!
Added by Jrigdon on Jun 06, 2015 8:13 PM
|Don Blauvelt||RE: Roy Botts 10671424|
Thank you for the info. Reminds me to add bio material to portions of his ancestral Stone family members
|Georgia Smith||RE: Thomas Ferguson|
Thank you for looking. :)
|Georgia Smith||RE: Thomas Ferguson|
Hi, I don't remember if I answered you or not but his headstone is under a small tree but I don't remember seeing one for Susan but I had misplaced my list and didn't notice that her names was on it. Usually I try to get all family members at the same time. I went through the cemetery trying to take pictures of all the graves. I know I missed a whole section for sure. I live about 400 miles away so I'm not sure when I'll get back. I would suggest leaving it up in case someone else goes.
I see you have McDaniel in your name, are you from Kentucky or have family from there? Grayson County, to be exact. There are McDaniels in my tree. Elizabeth McDaniel married Samuel L. Young, my 3rd great grandfather. I took pictures at a Miller Cemetery where there are some McDaniels buried. I haven't checked to see if they are already listed on Find A Grave. That's my next project.
Have a good week. Georgia
|LadyLord||Willard R. Seaton|
I was wondering, since he is a Seaton, if he is of a relation of yours. (His ID# is 122054713). The reason I ask is because he was my husband's grandfather's son and I would very much like to be able to have the memorial transferred to me if at all possible. Thank you!
Added by LadyLord on May 29, 2015 6:20 PM
|Nina McComas Thomas||James and Dosha Wilson headstone|
Tamara, thanks so much for the photo of the Wilson's headstone. I was so excited to see it and it means a lot. Thank you again...so appreciate your efforts to fulfill my request. Nina
|Patti Easton||RE: Jonah Frisbee|
What I know is this:
1. Israel Frisbie 1709 CT-1787 CT; Sarg Rev War
m Elizabeth Grannis 1708 -1760
--2. Jonah Frisbie Dec 14, 1734 CT - d Oct 24 1784 Charleston, SC m Elizabeth Hickox b 1734 Scotland
---3. Jonah Frisbie b Aug 12 1763 Durham, Middlesex, CT d Aug 27 1870 Yankeetown, Warrick, Indiana. Revolutionary war enlisted Lanesborough Mass Jan 1777, furloughed Aug 1777. He married Ame Smith b Oct 12, 1765 Waterbury CT d 1829 in Yankeetown, Warrick, IN. Should be his only wife. Their children I know of:
-----4. Sally V. Frisbie
Alpha Frisbie Apr 3 1795 - Dec 5 1864
Lambert Austin Frisbie 1802-1842
Alpha born NY or CT, marries Nancy. Alpha d in Warrick, buried in Frisbee Cemetery.
Lumbert Austin b July 5 1802 CT d Feb 13 1842 in Anderson, Warrick, and is also supposed to be in Frisbee Cemetery. His wife was Nancy Brandt 1802-1860. Their children: Jonah, Eunice, Alpha, Youerarkee "Youca", Martha, Lumbert C., & Chaney.
I found a record where someone ordered a headstone for Jonah 1763 because he was a soldier in an unmarked grave, so his headstone is from 1935 although he died far earlier.
I can't speak to anything else for certain, but I would guess the consort is wife Ame. Any other "A" might be an Alpha. Hope this helps.
Also, if you are the one taking all the photos, THANK YOU for using chalk! It is so nice to see something legible. Thank you for all you do.
|Richard Forsythe||Thank you...|
...for the transfers and thank you for all the work that YOU do on findagrave. :)
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