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|JMJones||Are You Still Around? Found Something.|
Hi--This will be my last message to you unless you reply (sent a few follow up messages last year, but I didn't hear back). According to this document I found online, it says that John Leven Malcomb's father was Samuel Malcomb (born 1834). His mother was Nancy (Forrester). SAMUEL'S father was LEVEN (mother was Mary Davis) and you're right about Leven being from Maryland. However, it appears that between Leven and John L., there was a Samuel!
I found this information when I typed "John Leven Malcomb" into Google and clicked on "Jennings County, Indiana--Pictorial page 260"
What do you think?
Added by JMJones on Mar 27, 2015 9:37 PM
|Edie Moore McGee||RE: Camilla White Moore|
Thanks so much! I was pleased to hear from you. Give your mom our love. I passed on your message to all my sibs.
Tom and Wanda have passed on. Tom died at 83 in 2006. Wanda died at almost 87 in 2013. They are both in National Cemetery in Chattanooga.
We are living all over the place. Anne and Susie are still in the Chattanooga area. I've kind of become the family historian, or at least they gave me all the stuff to sort.
|Nancy||RE: Sarah A|
Sorry I do not have any records, just that I had seen it spelled "Lord" in different postings. Thanks
Added by Nancy on Feb 04, 2015 2:29 PM
|Nancy||Sarah A "Lard" Gordon, Chickamauga Cemetery|
Shouldn't her name read Sarah A. "Lord" Gordon?
Added by Nancy on Feb 04, 2015 9:56 AM
|Edie Moore McGee||Camilla White Moore|
Camilla was my great grandmother. I am looking for the gravesite of her husband, my great grandfather Joseph Hamilton Moore. Camilla was his second wife. He married his first wife in 1866, so he was probably born in the 1840's. My grandfather, born in 1892, was his youngest child.
|JMJones||John L. Malcomb|
Hi--In that 16 x 20 portrait of John L. you sent me, he seems somewhat younger than what he was in the family portrait. Any ideas on when that picture may have been taken? (1880's perhaps). If you have any other pictures of Howard Ford, your grandfather, or your father, that would be great! Just seeing the family resemblance through the generations would be so cool. When I look at John L., it is startling how much my grandfather looked like him! I wish I had more to offer from my end.
Added by JMJones on Jun 01, 2014 9:28 PM
|rose earley||elizabeth bryant|
Daughter? Married newty southerland?
|JMJones||RE: Levin Malcomb|
Wow--Mattie lived to be 101 years old. Gertrude and Robert Ford also enjoyed long lives. Interestingly, two of Howard Ford's kids (Gertrude and Robert Ford) married Forresters. Poor Dixie Howard... I wonder why he lived to only 27? I also noticed that it seems the Malcombs intertwined a lot with the Fowlkes over many generations. Ella Malcomb married a Fowlkes and my grandfather (Samuel Guy) married one (Ethel Fowlkes). Getting back to Mattie... Walter White, who married Mattie, his mother was named Latitia Fowlkes. Coincidence... probably not.
Added by JMJones on Apr 20, 2014 7:07 PM
|JMJones||RE: Levin Malcomb|
Hi--Wow, the final portrait you sent of John L. is an epic picture. I remember as a kid asking my grandfather about his dad (Samuel Guy) and all he used to tell me was that he "passed away many moons ago." Turns out my grandfather was about two years old when Samuel Guy died (1911), so he never really knew him. I have no idea what he died of, but take your pick back then. If you bump into any other pics, let me know. I'll do the same for you.
Added by JMJones on Apr 19, 2014 6:34 PM
In regards to your other question regarding Mattie or Ella, I have no direct line to those ladies. By the way, interesting that John Levin Malcomb was living in the home of a Stribling (not Almeda) when he was sixteen. Could it be that, while there, he met Almeda, who was a relative of Uriah. I say relative instead of sister because Uriah is not listed as a child of Pleasant Stribling and Zerelda DeHoney like Almeda is. Also, would you say that the Malcomb family portrait was taken around 1890?
Added by JMJones on Apr 19, 2014 11:38 AM
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