|Nancy Leathers (#47775799)|
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|My husband died when he was quite young, so I have tried to provide a background on his family and mine for our sons. My efforts are focused on our extended families.|
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|Sam Leathers||Frederick Leathers I and II|
Frederick I and Frederick the II are my 5th and 6th great grandfathers. I was working on updating my family tree and found the excellent information you provided about both their lives on here. Do you have the sources for where this information came from? The only source I've been able to find on either of them is the 1790 census and the ship log Frederick came over on. Thanks in advance!
|Lisa Garrett||Charles Leathers|
Approved the links you provided. Would you like a transfer?
|Mary K.. Gummo/Sullivan||Elgie Leathers|
Thank you for getting back too me and sounds like her Mother Mary Sanders maybe died in child birth?
my direct line comes off of her sister Georgia Barbara Leathers
|Mary K.. Gummo/Sullivan||?on Elgie Irene Leathers Tobias|
was Theodore married before Nancy Jane for Elgie was born before they married???
|Storres Myers||RE: Leathers family|
You are welcome. I made GPS edits for most of them and they should be accepted by now.--Storres
|Charles Venable||Sarah E. Pierce|
I think Sarah E. Bunn Pearce (wife of Thomas Nelson Pearce) is probably buried in Clay City Cemetery and there is probably not a stone as they are not listed in the cemetery inscription taken in the 1960's. Death records of each of them list Clay City cemetery and his obituary lists Clay City cemetery.
|Harry Senft||RE: Lucy Ann Hoffman Leathery|
|El Memorializer||RE: Robert Hazard edit|
I appreciate you getting back to me. I have processed the edit.
|El Memorializer||Robert Hazard edit|
A question. You've indicated that June E. Hazard (1936-1993) was the wife of Robert Hazard, however, she has also been linked as being the wife of his brother, Byron, as well. Can you confirm that she was married to both brothers?
|Joyce Niswander||RE: Willis Franklin Leathers|
You're welcome, Nancy.
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