|LillieLouEllyn||Martin David Armstrong|
After our wonderful conversation I researched even more diligently. One think I found that I wondered if you knew was: Martin David Armstrong had a brother Wiley Yancy Armstrong who was the 2nd husband of Rosetta Rosey Plunk whose daughter Annie Pearce (by her 1st marriage) was the wife of Jack Monroe Armstrong. They named their son George Yancey. I think this is the Jack Armstrong you were telling me about.
|LillieLouEllyn||Nellie Scott Arnold Armstrong Rice|
I am working on my Oklahoma/Texas ARNOLD family and Nellie was the wife of George M.Arnold . Her 2nd husband was Martin David Armstrong. According to census records they had 2 children William & Viva. I have found Viva and documented her but I only see William ( unknown middle name) in the 1910 census records. Any info on him?
I saw your wonderful flower tributes to Martin Armstrong and thought they were from someone who knew and loved this family. On his death record it lists him as Mart is this a nickname you know of?
Did Nellie and Martin divorce? She married again to a Rice
Did he remarry to a Rosie?
This is a long branch on my tree .
Thank you for any help
Your cousin by marriage ( so far )
|Bill T. Whitis||Curtis Narvin Copeland|
There is a Curtis N Copeland buried in this cemetery; do you know if this is Mandy and James's son? I can submit an edit to link them if so.
|SHERRY LAWRENCE||John Williamson Deed|
We have corresponded before about our Williamson and Twomey ancestors.
I would really like to get a copy of the John Williamson deed where he received 333 acres from William B. Twomey.
I also recently saw the transcript of the obituary for William Barrack Twomey (Jr.) and wondered if that was the basis for you using the middle name of Barrack instead of Barrett, as you used in the family group sheets for the Twomey family you shared with me previously.
One of my other cousins is applying for membership in the 1812 Society using our ancestor Williamd B. Twomey, Sr. He needs help in deciding what the middle name should be. The obituary for his son seems to clarify the choice of Barrack, but I wondered if you had more information to back this up.
I look forward to hearing from you.
|Michael & Jennifer McBride||Thomas Timmons #60195050|
Thank you very much for adding the link to his mother. -Jennifer
|William Martin||Joseph C. Evans|
Thank you for listing the grave of Yancy Evans in the San Marcos Cemetery. For some reason, her husband (my step great grandfather) Joseph C. Evans was not listed. His grave is adjacent to hers. If you get a chance, would you list his grave also. I am new to this and do not know how to make a contribution of a grave site or I would do it myself. Thank you so very much for your work.
|Tina DeLong||email me please|
|Tina DeLong||Hi Cousin!!!!|