|Brittany Millsaps Mitchell (#47307899)|
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I've just begun the long treck into both my family tree, and my husband's.|
Most of my kin live in, or were born in, Knox County, Sevier County, Blount County, and Monroe County.
~Surnames I'm researching include: Millsaps, Gray, Clark, Bingham, Davis, Wolf/Wolfe, Gibson, Hafley, Kirkland, Ownby, Trentham, Shults(z), Watson, Wiggins, Bivens, and more.
My husband's family is from Illinois: Moultrie, Macon, and Douglas Counties.
~His surnames include: Mitchell, Frantz, Lawson, Foster, Hostetler, Boggs, and Price.
Any information, photos, or just "howdys" will be appreciated. Thanks!
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|TennLil||Hello from a cousin|
Sorry, I haven't been active on Find A Grave for couple years. I would be delighted to hear from you again, if you are still around. I sent a private email, but don't know yet if address is still good. (TennLil)
Added by TennLil on Jun 23, 2013 5:44 PM
|Shawn Arnett||Otha Wolf|
My name is Shawn Arnett. I also recently began looking into the Wolf family genealogy after my mother passed away in December and I found interesting records. She was the youngest daughter of Harry Harrison Wolf and Marie T. Wolf (nee Jantsch), who was Otha's brother. I have a
wonderful page with a set of pictures of the Beloved Uncles Artemus Floyd, Willie, Walter, Otha and Harry Harrison whose portraits encircle a picture of the Arkansas House that Floyd purchased from the St. Louis World's Fair and had reassembled in Fayetteville.
Michael Wolf 1764-1831
Jacob Wolf 1786-1863
George Washington Wolf 1825-1907
William David Wolf 1855-1902
Harry Harrison Wolf 1888-1943 Otha's Brother
Marie T. (nee Jantsch) Wife
Martha J. Daughter
Helen E. Daughter
Marie A. Daughter
Marjorie M. Daughter
Margret (Marguerite L.) Daughter
Marrian L. Daughter
Barbara J. Daughter 1929-2012
|Brucene Stulen Seal||Bingham Toqua Cemetery|
I was at the cemetery today and photographed about 3/4 of the cemetery and only found one of your requests on the Bingham family, I did find other Bingham family member and took them along with a lot of Millsaps. I will be going back to take the rest of the photos it was to hot today to finish, I might come across your other requests but I took all Binghams in the area I found.
|David Trentham||RE: Hello Again|
I'm so sorry to hear about your Papaw passing on...all of my grandparents are gone, including two step-grandparents! Dad's parents were gone before I was even born. Wish I could have gotten to know them. My Mom's mother was the last to go ten years ago. I still miss her.
|David Trentham||Just stopping in...|
Hi Brittany! I just wanted to stop by and see how you were doing. Good I hope. Have you found Trentham Cemetery yet? I didn't know if you saw my last message. Anyway, I hope you have a good night!
I updated the Ogle headstones as you asked. When I looked at Layfaytte's I belive it actually says was bornd.....no 24 18 67,
I think it's for nov, not on.....
take a look and let me know what you think.
Added by icedobe on Jun 30, 2010 8:56 PM
|Mark Kemp||Gentry Russell Stinnett|
Thanks fro the grave photo of Gentry Russell Stinnett and his wife Elsie Stella Davis.
|David Trentham||RE: Thanks for Stopping By|
Hi Brittany! Yeah, I've been to all three cemeteries. Trentham Cemetery is right next to the entrance to the Sugarlands riding stables. If you are not careful you will just pass it on the highway because there are a few trees blocking it from view. Just pull into the parking lot of the riding stables and walk down the driveway. Its just on the left of the driveway. At first, I couldn't find it either. Hope this helps.
|Paul J. Lambert||RE: Pigeon Forge Baptist Cemetery|
Hi Brittany. It is real easy to find the Pigeon Forge Baptist Cemetery. First of all from the Parkway you need to go to Dollywood Lane. Go up Dollywood Lane till you get to a red light. Make a right turn at the light. You will see a golf course on your right. Go for about 1/4 of a mile and the cemetery will be on your left. Go to the next road on your left (Householder St.) to enter the cemetery.
|David Trentham||Virtual Cemeteries|
I took a look at your virtual cemeteries...hope you don't mind. I found my family in your Father's Kin. So, I guess I'm your cousin on your Dad's side. Most of my family origins in Tennessee are in Sevier, Blount, Greene and Claiborne counties. Before that, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia etc. Before that, the United Kingdom (England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales), Germany, Holland, France etc. Talk to you later.
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