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Neta E. Toms-DeLeon (#46625168)
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Bio Photo My appologies in advance If I do not repond as fast as I use to to any inquiries or emails , I am fighting/living with stage 3-c ovarian cancer for about 4yrs now , Thank you. and God bless us all..
I started doing this at the age of about 19 (GENEALOGY}, my dad really pushed me to do it,he was very proud of his family and wanted us to feel the same , I am glad I have followed through with it,from east texas to south texas so far. If I have left anyone out in our families on the geneology I'M NOT FINISHED AND PROBABLY NEVER WILL BE.
there is a site that has a lot of info on the Toms/Barrow Connection http://texashideout.tripod.com/bc.htm

http://texashideout.tripod.com/toms.html

..there so much info..
the main names I am searching for are TOMS,JOLLY/JOLLEY,CONNELL,BARTON,WALKER LOCKABY,DAVIS,DELEON, VILLARREAL,MONTEZ,YBARRA, HAMM,gardner,& many many more

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Gina Smith
Kisiah Jolley
Regarding Kisiah Jolley- # 39452658

I'm doing family research and I have a Kisiah (sp?)who was married to Thomas Pilgrim. Do you have any idea is this is the same Kisiah I've been searching for? Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you, Gina
Added by Gina Smith on Oct 28, 2015 7:36 PM
Yvonne Cline
Kisiah Jolly Jolley
Kisiah was my Great Great Great Grandmother. I am quite curious as to where you found her photo. It is my understanding that she was Native American possibly from the Iriuois tribe from the south coastal region of Virginia. Do you have any info on her Husbands father?
Added by Yvonne Cline on Jun 13, 2015 10:59 PM
Yvonne Cline
Kisiah Jolly Jolley
Kisiah was my Great Great Great Grandmother. I am quite curious as to where you found her photo. It is my understanding that she was Native American possibly from the Iriuois tribe from the south coastal region of Virginia. Do you have any info on her Husbands father?
Added by Yvonne Cline on Jun 13, 2015 10:51 PM
Yvonne Cline
Kisiah
Added by Yvonne Cline on Jun 13, 2015 10:47 PM
Christine Harler
LC Barrow
Do you know his full legal name? I have searched everywhere can.
Added by Christine Harler on Nov 06, 2013 3:42 PM
Robert Pope
hide out
Thank you so much Neta for bring the Bonnie And Clyde Hide to our attention it is very interesting apparently it moved to

http://texashideout.tripod.com/bc.htm

Things are changing on the Net all the time that is why I say at this time.
Added by Robert Pope on Sep 21, 2012 5:14 PM
Robert Pope
hideout
www.texashideout.com is a advertising site at this time.
Added by Robert Pope on Sep 21, 2012 4:51 PM
Petty & Pickens
Cecile Davis

Dear Neta,

Have transferred to you.

Hope this is ok,


Sincerely,

Sandy
Added by Petty & Pickens on Jun 07, 2012 12:27 PM
Beverly Mosbacker
Lockaby
Do you know if Robert's grandfather(Thomas' father) may have come from South Carolina?
Thank you
Added by Beverly Mosbacker on Jul 06, 2011 10:47 AM
Rebecca Craig Campbell
Edwin Stringfellow
I just posted a grave marker photo to your memorial for Edwin J Stringfellow, Sr. at Restland Memorial Park in Dallas, TX. According to the marker his birth year is 1926. You have 1924. Also, you can add his death date, 18 Apr 1993. The marker transcription is:
US Army
World War II
Our beloved Poppy

He's buried in the Veterans I section.

Thanks!
Added by Rebecca Craig Campbell on May 29, 2011 9:26 PM
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