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|Linda Groom Hyde||RE: Samuel Beall|
I have so many Samuels in my Beall lineage it is overwhelming.......My grandfather was Dilliard Burroughs Beall; his father was Samuel Q. Beall (died 1930), Jr; his father was Samuel Q Beall, Sr (he died 1860:; and his father was Samuel Beall; his father was Thaddeus Beall (revolutionary patriot). So, if you figure out how we're related, please let me know. You can always e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'm on ancestry.com too. This website is difficult for me to maneuever for some reason. Good to hear from you. Thanks!!! Linda Groom Hyde
|Linda Groom Hyde||Samuel Beall|
I found you had listed Samuel Beall in Irwinton Co. I am working on my DAR app and my birth/death dates differ from those you have listed. However, the family ties are the same. Can you tell me where you got your information. I do appreciate a response at your earliest convenience.
Linda Groom Hyde
|Tamara Goff Piercey||RE: Kay Dennis tombstone picture|
You are quite welcome. :)
|REBECCA STEWART||FT GAINES SENTINEL 4/27/97|
MISS LELAH DUDLEY IS SPENDING THIS WEEK AT ATHENS, ALA. HAVING BEEN SUMMONED THERE AS A WITNESS IN THE CASE OF MRS. T.J. FARMER VS. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO, A SUIT TO RECOVER DAMAGE FOR THE NON-DELIVERY OF A TELEGRAM ON THE OCCASION OF HER MOTHER'S DEATH IN ATHENS.
|REBECCA STEWART||ANNA FARMER ESPY OBIT--DEC 13 1895|
MRS. THOMAS ESPY, A LADY GENERALLY LOVED FOR HER MANY EXCELLENT TRAITS OF CHARACTER, DIED YESTERDAY AT HER HOME IN DOTHAN, AFTER AN ILLNESS OF SEVERAL MONTHS. HER REMAINS WILL BE BROUGHT HERE FOR INTERNMENT TOMORROW--SATURDAY. SHE WAS A SISTER OF MR. T.J. FARMER, OF OUR TOWN, BESIDES WHOM, SHE LEAVES A HUSBAND AND MANY OTHER RELATIVES TO MOURN HER DEATH.
|REBECCA STEWART||DEC 6 1895|
MRS. TJ FARMER AND MISS CLYDE JACKSON SPENT THE DAY WITH RELATIVES IN SHORTERVILLE LAST TUESDAY
|REBECCA STEWART||AUG 30 1895|
MR C.B. FARMER AND MISSES JENNIE AND MAGGIE FARMER OF SHORTERVILLE AND MRS. T.M. ESPY OF DOTHAN CAME DOWN ON WEDNESDAY NIGHTS BOAT FROM COLUMBUS WHERE THEY HAD BEEN ON A SHORT VISIT
|REBECCA STEWART||APRIL 13 1894|
MR. TJ WHATLEY HAS OPENED UP A NICE NEW GROCERY STORE NEXT TO CW LEWIS. TOM LOOKS A LITTLE ODD SELLING FLOUR , MEAT, COFFEE ETC AS IT IS NOT EXACTLY IN HIS LINE BUT HE WILL SOON BE OK AND WE WISH HIM SUCCESS.
DIFFERENT ARTICLE--SAME DAY
MR TJ WHATLEY IS OPENING UP HIS NEW FAMILY GROCERY HAS SECURED THE SERVICES OF AB MARTIN, THE FORMER COLORED BAR ATTENDANT WHO WAS WITH WHATLEY AND HURST AND WE THINK HE HAS DONE WELL IN SELECTING HIM. AB IS POLITE AND ATTENTIVE, NUDE STANDS THE TRADE AND THE CUSTOMERS, AND ATTENDS STRICTLY TO HIS BUSINESS.
|REBECCA STEWART||JAN 5 1894 FT GAINES HERALD|
MR. J.T. FARMER OF OF SHORTERVILLE AND T.M. ESPY OF DOTHAN WERE IN THE BURGH ON BUSINESS FRIDAY.
|REBECCA STEWART||JAN 5 1894|
THE FIRM OF WHATLEY & HURST IS THIS DAY DISSOLVED BY MUTUAL CONSENT, T.J. WHATLEY RETIRING, J.L. HURST ASSUMES ALL LIABILITIES AND ALL ACCOUNTS DUE THE FIRM ARE PAYABLE TO J.L. HURST. THIS THE 4TH DAY OF JAN 1894.
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