|Michael K. Smith (#32328575)|
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|Semi-professional genealogist, in the field since the early 1960s. Retired librarian & archivist, 30 years with Dallas Public Library, half of it in local history and genealogy. Editor of the Louisiana Genealogical Register, 2000-2010, journal of the Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Society. Volunteer administrator at WeRelate.org, the world's largest genealogy wiki.|
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|Martha Neighbors||RE: Richard Booth (#13523473)|
I am unable to do the family link as Junius Booth's memorial was created by Find A Grave. I would send them a correction thru the "EDIT" tab.
I made a note about the date of birth in the bio section.
|Ross S. Abbott||Rowles Family in Fountain Co.|
My 3rd Great Grandmother, was Rebecca (Barnum) Abbott. Her husband, James Abbott, JP in Fountain Co., IN died in 1827, and she remarried a ? Rowles, as per probate records for James Abbott Sr, in CT. Sometime after 1830 and before 1842. She was still living in Fountain Co. in 1842. I see documents in Fountain Co., with a Judge David Rowles, working with James Abbott, JP in 1826-27. Any connection?
I am looking for the Rowles whom she married, and the dates of her birth and death. I know she married James Abbott about 1805, in CT, before moving to IN about 1815-1818.
|Steve Voss||RE: Memorial #78249965|
The death certificate shows: Lizzie Celia Clements, and the Miles Cemetery record shows Elizabeth Celia Clements died 21 March 1918 and is buried in Section C, Lot 59 - burial date: 22 March 1918. One of the few death certificates during that time frame my Great Grandfather "E. N. Voss" wasn't the undertaker. He was very ill for a couple of weeks in mid March 1918.
Would you like me to email you a copy of the death certificate ?
|Jenny Willis||RE: Margaret Bagby|
Fixed it--thanks! George Henry Bagby is my mother-in-law's 2nd great grandfather. It is hard to keep all the Bagbys straight, and I think there were two separate Bagby families in the area.
|Lawrence & Sue Dale||Family Bibles, etc|
Public Genealogical Library in Clarksville, TX plus 20 years of traveling the county talking to people --- and that is not in a library!
Thanks, for the information
|RUSTY||RE: G.W. Hatfield|
You are so correct on your info on George! He IS a brother to Mordica--NOT his son! I guess I was just so caught up in getting the info listed, I just made a BIG error! I have been doing genealogy research for many years and KNOW I should "double check" what I write :>)
Thank You for pointing it out to me! I am descended from my mother, my grandmother, my great-grandmother (Amanda Hatfield Hudson) to Mordica and to Ale.
Added by RUSTY on Apr 09, 2010 9:23 AM
|Grave Walker (inactive)||RE: Rachel Hatfield's marker|
The cemetery has not been keep up, some stones were leaning up on stumps and the weather has weathered the stones bad, could not read hardly any of them, The cemetery could be in better shape. I was heart broken to see this cemetery in this shape. Thanks Karen
|pansy ewell||James Hamilton|
You are correct..I typed in the year wrong. James Hamilton was born July 1, 1757 and died April 27, 1831. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I found the children in Red River County, and enjoyed reading about them! Do you have any further knowledge of the family? James also had a grandson, Washington E Hamilton, who settled in Fannin County and presumbably is buried there, but I cannot find his grave. Do you have any information of him?
|Judy Mayfield||RE: Clarence Hatfield?|
You are absolutly correct. I have no idea why I added Eugene instead of Emanual. I have it corrected now. Thanks for letting me know.
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