|Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick (#47164969)|
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My family all settled in the Republic of Texas around 1835. Some of them coming with the Parkers to Anderson Co. Texas. Some going on into Limestone County and erecting Fort Parker.|
Some settling in Houston County.
They supported the Republic when it was trying to become a state, separate from Mexico.
They fought in the Civil War for the Confederacy.
They built churches and established religions.
They built forts and fought off Indian attacks.
They forged this land called Texas for a new way of life.
Elder Daniel Parker, Miles Bennett, Levi Jourdan, Evan Douthit, (all of Anderson County)
Joseph, and A. Elisha Walling, Armistead Bennett (Houston
Elisha Anglin, Seth Hurin Bates, Elder John Parker (Limestone County).
I am lucky to have directly descended from such great men and women.
I do not want to forget their wives;
Sarah White Parker died in Ill. in 1824,
Patsey Dickerson Parker, Laura Jordan Bennett, , Cynthia Conger Jourdan, Sarah McCullough Douthit of Anderson County.
Katherine Anderson Walling, Amanda Williams Walling and Faith (unknown) Bennett all of Houston County,
Orpha Bates Anglin, of Limestone County.
OTHER FAMILIES I DIRECTLY DESCENDED FROM IN THIS AREA;
B. H. KENNEDY AND WIFE ELIZA KILLION, Buried at Pilgrim Cemetery, Elkhart.
MARTHA KENNEDY WATTS CONAWAY QUARLES, Buried at Pilgrim Cemetery, Elkhart, AND HUSBAND ALFRED H. CONAWAY, unknown burial.
JAMES CONNIWAY (CONAWAY), buried Freestone County, Harrison Chapel Cemetery AND WIFE MARY PICKETT, unknown burial.
WILLIAM NELSON WILLIAMS, WIFE NANCY buried ANTRIM CEMETERY, HOUSTON CO, TEXAS.
Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick
YES, CYNTHIA ANN PARKER IS MY 1ST COUSIN 4 TIMES REMOVED.
Note; I used the name Walling as I was growing up because my uncle Forest Walling raised me.
As it is not my legal name I still prefer to use it.
Your tombstone stands among the rest;
Neglected and alone,
The name and date are chiseled out,
on polished marbled stone.
It reaches out to all who care,
It is not too late to mourn.
You did not know that I exist.
You died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you, in and flesh blood and bone,
Our blood contracts and beats
a pulse entirely not our own.
the place you filled one hundred years ago,
Spreads out among the ones you left,
who would have loved you so.
I wonder...if you lived and loved,
I wonder if you knew,
That someday I would find this spot,
And come to visit you.
We live as long as we are remembered......Old Proverb
If God brings you to it, He will bring you through it.
If anyone has any stories or information on any of my memorials, please let me know.
Every person that has lived has a story to tell.
I would like to know those stories. I think that every person should have their life remembered.
Anything at all is not to small, when it comes to a person's life.
If I have pictures, you may use them without asking. They are all our families.
A.R. Kendrick (A Parker relative, written on his stone).
I want no costly stone upon my grave to be
Ah, Savior knows his own and that's enough for me.
Just write it deep and plain that all who pass
may know that death to me is gain:
Through it to life I go.
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|Linda Garrett||Find A Grave Memorial# 44241256|
Sorry to bother you yet again but I never did receive a reply to the below email so thought I would inquire again.
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Subject: Find A Grave Memorial# 44241256
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2015 17:15:00 -0500
From: Linda Garrett
According to Carolyn Wallin's book "Elisha Wallen, The Longhunter" page 48 Thomas was born abt 1669 and she references this to: New Jersey Archives, Volume 23.
May I ask how you determined the date 1654?
|Kris Harper Bush||Alexander Tinen Martin|
Thank you for the correction on this memorial, and for doing such a great job on it.
I noticed that you are maintaining a Lucy Stokes memorial. Are you related to them. I have some pictures that came from a estate sale and I am trying to link everyone together and wonder if you can help
|Carol Ann Bryant Warren||Transfer of Management|
Would you please transfer management of these two accounts to me.
I the daughter-in-law and my husband would like to be able to add other material to the pages.
|John D Crow||Memorial Transfer Request|
I wonder if it would be possible for me to takeover management of the following memorials 49799649 Fannie Fitzsimmons Crow and 49803680 Gustina Crow Thanks
|Trevor P. Wardlaw||RE: Jacob Teel|
Nancy, thank you.
I hope your health has improved, I did not know you were hospitalized.
|Don Ferguson||Edith Gertrude Pridgen Pridgen #50662990|
I am not related to these folks, but they are (very) distantly related to one of my family lines; I ran across these listings as part of my research.
I don't know if you put it on Edith's page about her and her husband not being related, or if was the original creator; regardless, I thought you'd like to know what I pieced together.
They are indeed related, and closer than anyone had previously likely realized. Edith's mother was Mollie Pridgen, a daughter of Redding Scott Pridgen; her father was George Pridgen, a son of Bolivar Pridgen. Redding was one of Bolivar's older brothers, making Mollie and George first cousins.
Edith's husband, Wright Taylor Pridgen, was a son of Benjamin Pridgen - a younger brother of both Redding and Bolivar. This makes Edith and Wright, if I've done my "math" correctly, first cousins twice removed, since they have a grandfather in common. You don't necessarily have to include this on Edith's page, but you may want to get rid of the bit about them not being related or distant kin. I'd say they are much closer than distant.
Might be an interesting tidbit for other descended relatives seeking info (or not); I'll leave it up to you. Just thought you ought to know.
|Trevor P. Wardlaw||Jacob Teel|
Not sure if the email I have for you is till active, so I just wanted to drop you a quick note. I'll be in Palestine and Elkhart tomorrow and noticed you wrote about having copies of Jacob Teel's civil war letters. Would you be okay with me looking over the letters? In writing about Hubbard's Regiment, it has been difficult finding letters from our guys in Co. K.
Thanks for the help.
|Gail McKinzie Clark||Daniel Murchison # # 21154498|
This is the Daniel I am referring to below.
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