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Mary Parker (#46994116)
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I have been interested in genealogy since I was in middle school and my grandma pulled out genealogy scrapbooks that her mother made in the 1960s. So I've been working on my family tree ever since. I look forward to meeting some distant cousins!
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Phyllis
RE: Long genealogy
Mary, I have the direct story from our Long
family history book. He had been preaching,
started home on his horse, got sick and got off
his horse. Neighbors came by and found him, they were trying to get him back home, however he died on the way. His last words were, "Ring the
Old Gospel Bell." I have a great deal on the
family history and especially Napoleon. I go
through Prague all the time and have done a great deal of research and his branch has shared
a lot of history also. Napoleon was the 13th of
15 children. Again congrats on the wedding, I'll
visit with you later. Phyllis
Added by Phyllis on Jan 22, 2012 9:07 PM
Phyllis
RE: Long genealogy
Mary, my gg grandmother, Mahala 'Atchley' Long
was 1/4 Cherokee. We have a copy of a document
(one family member has the original) of Mahala's,
stating her family Cherokee lineage. She more than likely was more, however that's what she
swore to on the document. My great grandfather,
her son, Rev. Robert Houston Long signed the
final Dawes Rolls, he is listed as 1/8, which is
correct, according to his mother's document.
This was from her mother's side of the family,
Martha 'Patsy' Chambers Atchley. The Chambers were our Cherokee lineage. We have had it
reported that the Daugherty's were also, but the
only real proof of the family Indian blood
line is gg grandmother's document.
Which branch are you going to marry? Congrats!!!
If I can help in anything else, please contact
me and I'll share our family history. I have
researched for years and have a great deal of
information on my Long family.
Added by Phyllis on Jan 22, 2012 4:57 PM
Matthew Fatale
Walcott's Swan Point.
Listed on the same monument as Benjamin and Mary are Edward Walcott and his 2 wifes Anna Greene and Amelia Ames Wheelock. Also in the plot are Mary E Walcott, Augustus Stuart Walcott, another Edward Walcott, Anna Walcott Phillips and her husband Thomas T. Phillips.
Added by Matthew Fatale on Jul 29, 2008 2:04 PM
Matthew Fatale
Walcott's in RI
I assure you the pleasure was mine. Swan Point is a lovely place to be. I took pics of the other 8 people in the plot. Would you like the pics so you can add them or would you prefer I add them?
Added by Matthew Fatale on Jul 28, 2008 3:38 PM
Candice xo
Pictures
Mary - I LOVE all the pictures of the Cornelison's that you've added! How wonderul not only for the Find a Grave page but for my records as well! Hope you're having a beautiful summer. Blessings, Candice xo
Added by Candice xo on Jul 23, 2008 4:21 PM
Tom Wright
Walcott from Cumberland, RI
I just claimed and fulfilled many of your Walcott requests from Peck Cemetery in Cumberland, RI. What is your connection to this line?? I have many pictures and a lot of Walcott genealogy on my website if you are interested

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~masscemeteries/Homepage.html

Added by Tom Wright on Jul 23, 2008 11:30 AM
Bob on Gallows Hill
Putnams
You're welcome.
Added by Bob on Gallows Hill on May 21, 2008 12:19 PM
Candice xo
Cornelison's family
Mary - thanks for your message to me about the Cornelison family. If you would like to share any information please let me know. And welcome to Find a Grave! Blessings, Candice xo
Added by Candice xo on Apr 09, 2008 6:43 PM
 

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