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David Hobbs (#46841487)
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Bio Photo I am a musician and enjoy genealogy as a hobby. I also am interested in the Civil War and love to travel.
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Charlene Ada Bugg
Willey or Wiley Jones Hobbs
He is the son of Benjamin Hobbs and Frances Jones.
Added by Charlene Ada Bugg on Jul 18, 2015 2:07 PM
junkbuyercbd
Mount Zion Cemetery in Scott County, Mississippi ???
I have sent some edits about the internments listed in this cemetery on 6/11/15. This is just a "follow up" notification. If you have not received "said" edits, please let me know. I will be glad to forward them to you. Thanks, CBD
Added by junkbuyercbd on Jun 22, 2015 5:10 AM
HistoryNut
Link requests
Hi David. I sent three link requests about a month ago and wondered if you'd received them. They were for Martha Hobbs spouse, William Hobbs mother, and George Hobbs father and mother. I can send again if you didn't receive.

Susan
Added by HistoryNut on Nov 09, 2014 10:46 AM
MHS
George R. Rea (1806 - 1877) #20987333
Thanks for the memorials created for the Wesson and Hazelhurst Cemeteries. Please unlink the above from
(currently linked incorrectly, as PARENTS) James Samuel Rea (1853 - 1948) #29100778 and Sarah Elizabeth "Bettie" Rembert Rea (1857 - 1946) # 20994537 - both born 45+ years after George R. Rea (1806 - 1877) #20987333 . James S and Sarah "Bettie" Rea are actually, George's son and daughter-in-law. James is already linked correctly as the son of George and Sarah Simpson Rea (1813 - 1892). James S and Sarah "Bettie" Rea did have a son named George Rembert Rea, 1879 - 1941 (20994584). See Message #20 below. Thanks,
Added by MHS on Oct 03, 2014 10:57 AM
Beth Austin
RE: Maggie Eads luckett
Sure! I will be glad to add it.
Added by Beth Austin on Aug 13, 2013 7:44 AM
Nancy Rembert Stuart
George Rea, 20994584
Hi David
Would you please link George with his parents, John Samuel Rea 29100778 and his mother Bettie, 20994537.
Thanks. Nancy
Added by Nancy Rembert Stuart on Jul 01, 2013 8:44 AM
HistoryNut
RE:
Regarding your statement: "I am still stumped as to where Sarah Hobbs Hays' mother is buried (Martha Wills Coleman Hobbs (1821-1883)." Walnut Grove is just a few miles from Philadelphia and apparently was the Hays family seat. There are a ton of Hays buried in the Old Carolina cemetery. It's a pretty big cemetery too. My grandmother, Mary Lou Hays McCauley, would have my mother take her out there every time we visited. I remember mother saying that she wanted to visit her (Mary Lou's) grandmother who would be Martha Wills Coleman Hobbs.

I will be going to MS again this summer and can go look for her. What was her husband's name? They had a tornado some years back that destroyed a lot of the stones so I may not find them but I will try! Give me as many names as you can and I will try to find those too.
Added by HistoryNut on Jan 27, 2013 1:37 PM
HistoryNut
RE: musicians
Ok, I have another picture for you. I'll send via your direct email.

I took the time to calculate our relationship. We share a set of gg grandparents (Hobbs) which makes us 3rd cousins. You can never have too many cousins!

Have a great day!
Added by HistoryNut on Jan 27, 2013 1:32 PM
HistoryNut
musicians
P.S. I note that you are a musician. I believe that talent comes down thru either the Hays or Hobbs line. We have at least one accomplished musician in every generation. Currently I have a first cousin who's the retired head of the music department at Ole Miss and another cousin who is majoring in music at the University of South Carolina. I had two uncles who played multiple instruments and even had a jazz band back in the 1930's. My grandmother (Mary Lou Hays) played the organ and sang. What is your instrument?
Added by HistoryNut on Jan 26, 2013 9:33 AM
HistoryNut
RE: Transfer of George Hays
Hi David. I haven't done much work on any of my families lately. I started a new business and it's consuming way more time than I'd like!

I have uncovered some Hays photos. I'm not sure if I've sent them to you or not. As I recall, you were more interested in the Hobbs line? I also have the SAR/DAR application that my uncle filled using the Hays/Hobbs line. I'm happy to share any of this with you.

I also found a typed hard-copy of the Hays genealogy in a file in the Neshoba County MS library. I will eventually be putting that into Family Tree Maker and could share with you as a GEDCOM. Do you have any on-line trees that you'd be willing to share with me or a way to share a GEDCOM file with me?

Hope you are not getting bad weather today. We've actually got sun here in Memphis today and I'm on my way out the door to enjoy a little before it runs and hides again!

Have a great weekend.

Added by HistoryNut on Jan 26, 2013 9:28 AM
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