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A family in Tennessee (#47279636)
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Bio Photo Enjoying Genealogy! I feel our ancestors should be honored,respected and admired for the lives they lived.We're all fortunate for modern day living and will never know what it's like to work as hard as our ancestors had to.Honor your ancestors! after all,we wouldn't be here without them and the good Lord above.Cherish your memories of your loved ones and always remember them...

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RE: Pryor H. Meeks
Pryor H. Meeks’ daughter, Nannie Kate, married Roy Mason Bryant. She had two children, Roy Eugene Bryant (#13805481) and Evangeline Faith Bryant Smith (#36922930).

Roy Bryant had one child, Michael. “Van” had three children. By the way of bad choices in her life, Van gave her three children to Nannie Kate to raise. These three children are listed in Van’s memorial. You may be able to contact one or more of them to find out more information on the Meeks family. They were raised closer to all the aunts and uncles on the Meeks side.

I married Michael and have almost no information on the Meeks family. I met some of them briefly. The Meeks side and the Bryant side were not close. Van’s children were closer to the Meeks than my husband. Sadly, the Bryants with information have now died.

The pictures I have of Mr. Meeks are the only ones I have. I never met him. According to my husband, he was a “crusty” old cager with a bad attitude. He had one leg that was shorter than the other and may have been in pain.

Good luck with your search.

Added by JRBryant on Nov 07, 2014 2:02 PM
Pryor H. Meeks
I have posted a couple of pictures on Pryor H. Meeks memorial if you are interested.
Added by JRBryant on Nov 01, 2014 11:02 AM
Michael Jarrell
RE: Alfred Harper
You are welcome. That was a hard one to find. It took some climbing for it was on the side of a mountain. Lol
Added by Michael Jarrell on Mar 18, 2014 11:19 AM
RE: Aileen Margaret Chambers Rhodes
Sadly, no relation whatsover. I am from a totally different strain of Rhodes lineage out of Buckinghamshire back to the 1500s with no Irish lines -- but I was born and raised in BC and was doing some findagrave work and decided to "fill in the blanks" on the Rhodes name in BC as a general good deed to see if it might help someone. Details are a combination of information from the BC cemeteries index and death registration info publicly available from and the BC archives online
Added by humphreysetc on Nov 23, 2013 12:06 PM
lisa brown
Minchey Cemetery
Thank you so much for the photo! Is there a marker there for George? Where is this located? Mother's memory is fading and any info would be great! TY again!
Lisa Brown
Added by lisa brown on Mar 06, 2013 2:03 AM
Ronnie Smith
George Thomas Long
None of the people you mentioned are in my tree, but I did a search. I found a George Long living with a Martin K Smith (b. 1813) and family in the 1880 census in Clay County. There were no daughters that could be George's mother. I found the same Martin Smith in the 1870 census in Overton county. He had a daughter named Malinda F age 16 that could be George's mother. This is only a guess. I hope this might help. Ron
Added by Ronnie Smith on Feb 21, 2013 2:15 PM
Elisha and Lovella Day
I found the headstones for Elisha and Lovella Day in Riverview Cemetery in Richmond, VA. In the same plot were Alice B Spain and Samuel W Spain. They may be related since Lovella's maiden name was Spain. I have added them both to the database and uploaded pictures for both.

Added by Janiera on Dec 02, 2012 11:08 PM
RE: Madeline Grant
You are welcome. Let me know if you need anything else in and around Putnam County.
Added by KYCarney on Oct 29, 2012 3:48 PM
Asbury Cemetery
I see that you have requested photos from a cemetery in Liberty, WV. Asbury cemetery has readings and photos posted on

That is the West Virginia Cemetery Preservation Association.

The photos are not the greatest...and cannot be reposted here since they belong to another site.

However, I will be out in the Liberty area before the end of the month and will try to take some for you, if these leave you wanting more.
Added by KYCarney on Oct 10, 2012 10:49 AM
I am doing research for my husband, who is a Pulliam from Greensboro, NC. Recently did some research and found that his father, James David Pulliam, and your relative, Timothy Pulliam, were first cousins. Would love to get more information on Julia Pulliam's family. My husband, Mark, is descended from William Mack and John Mae Pulliam. You can email me at
Added by cyssunshine on Oct 08, 2012 6:42 PM
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