|Cameron-Ashley Heath (#46896958)|
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Direct descendant of Israel Heath and Elizabeth Blue through their son Richard Blue Heath. I have researched and compiled a 600+pg family tree on all 9 children of Israel Heath and Elizabeth (Blue) Heath, and written an oral history of the Heath family migration from VA to MO and points beyond. The original Heath family consisted of 5 sons, 2 daughters. (Joseph, James, Jonas, Zachariah, and Israel, sister Ann Nancy Heath.) |
Always happy to hear from other Heath descendants to share and exchange information, collect oral history. I have been working hard on collecting old photographs for preservation of descendants from all 9 children of the Israel Heath line. Please share copies of old photos with me if you are a Heath descendant. I was able to locate photos of two of their original 9 children: a photo of David M Heath, Daviess Co MO and eldest son James Heath. I have placed them on their Find a Grave memorials for Heath descendants to find.
Any PHOTOS I have put on Find a Grave, you are welcome to make 'yours'-I put them there on purpose so descendants can find them. Please ADD any old PHOTOS you may have as well.
If you would like a family memorial here transferred to you for maintenance, please contact me through the normal edit tab on the memorial. I'm happy to do so. I'm not stuck on the 4 generation rule but on who is doing the research and will make nice memorials and maintain them.
I also research the following surnames related to me: John Warren family from Heard Co GA into TX, Thomas C Poor family from Delaware County, Indiana into early Butte MT, Augustus Hessel family from Grand Island, Nebraska.
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|The Driggers||Ban R. Terrell|
Thank you very much for the transfer. I really appreciate your help and thoughtfulness. I have looked for him a long time. I really though he was buried in Hill Country like his daughter, Willie.
|Kurt Hess||Asa and Eliza|
Thank You for putting together the information for Asa and Eliza.
Is there a chance your travel area includes the burial locale for Asa?
|Thomas Lang||Rebecca Hildreth Nutting Woodson|
Thanks for that info!
Any information on her parents or husband? I was not able to locate any of them in Find A Grave.
This is really interesting, I'd love to see more!
|Tena Wiggins||Abraham Cornelius Smith|
Thank you so much for putting that story of Abraham wife on his page Aletha Lewis Smith Goodwin....she is a sister to my 3rd great grandpa Isaac Lewis.I've heard stories about that it.. I live in MS..and love doing my Lewis Family Tree..
|Kati McSweeney||Thompson @ Second Creek Cemetery|
Thank you so much for transferring my cousin Allen Thompson's memorial page into my care.
Helping total strangers to locate their deceased ancestors and relatives is especially meaningful for those of us that live so far away from our ancestral homesteads.
My great-grandparents left MO for CA in a covered wagon in the 1880s.
May God bless you and yours in all your endeavors.
With heartfelt gratitude,
in southern CA
Find A Grave ID# 46899027
|Tia Rutledge||RE: Permission to use photos|
I'm not sure exactly where I fit in your database, but there are some family that married into the Heaths. They are mainly in-laws from great great aunts.
For example I have a Great Aunt - Maurice D. Heath (Dollar) that married a George Doughlas Heath.
and a Half Great Great Aunt, Mary E. Vermillion that married George Washington Heath.
My main focus is on the Dollar Family that came from Missouri to Texas. I am working on gathering and reorganizing my information that I have on the family, so I can start knocking down some brick walls that I have.
Thank You again for the photos
You're very welcome. My family is also buried in this cemetery and I found my 4th great grandfather's memorial! He was William Thomas and his daughter Elizabeth married Henry Tillman. Both Elizabeth and Henry are buried in this cemetery also. I do plan to go back and get more photos. So many stones are buried beneath the ground.
|SLusg||RE: Noble Shields|
Hello, thank you for your message. I wish very much that I had a photograph of Noble and Winifred to give you, but I only have two photos of Noble as a little boy with his brother (my grandfather). I wish that I could have been of more help to you. - SL
Added by SLusg on Oct 14, 2014 5:20 PM
|Gary Muse||RE: Thank you from WA State|
It was my pleasure! I have wanted to visit the old Fort Houston Cemetery for a while, so I just took a road trip and went over there! It's about an hour from me. I had a great day walking around the cemetery and taking photos. I'll have to make another trip over there. It was so hot and humid that I finally had to quit for the day. I photographed about half of the cemetery and there are still a lot of tombstones that have never been photographed.
Have a blessed day!
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