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Liz Cox (#47008071)
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Sally
RE: Cox-Montgomery families
Susan Velma Cox Wiley was the mother-in-law of my husband's first cousin, Helen Odeone Hancock. Helen's husband was James Clifford Wiley. I don't have any information on the Cox family. Wish I could help you, there are several family trees on ancestry that might be able to help you, though.
Sally
Added by Sally on Feb 02, 2015 11:47 AM
Mimi Simpson Davidson
Lewis cemetery
I'm not familiar with the Lewis cemetery. The Lewis' family that I'm connected with traveled with the Simpson's and the Ladd's from Christian county Kentucky in 1852 and settled in Grayson county. I am sitting in my truck at a scout meeting and will look up more info later. This is probably the same family. The Simpson cemetery in Grayson county has a bunch of this family buried there. This cemetery is on private property and I would love to go and see the place also. I will look up info when I get home I would like to see if there is a connection. Mimi
Added by Mimi Simpson Davidson on Oct 20, 2014 6:23 PM
Richard Hollis
RE: Mary Jane Foote Parker
thanks for writing.....this note was in the caption of the picture (which you can reach by left clicking the picture)

MARY WITH SON GEORGE JACKSON MYERS
G.DAUGHTER MINNIE (MYERS)REES
G.GRANDSON E.A.REES.MARY WAS THE DAU.
OF JOHN W & ELIZAABETH FOOTE.G.MOTHER
MINNIE (MYERS)REES,G.G.MOTHER OF THEDA
BARRA REES, MOTHER OF JOHN W.BRYAN WIFE OF JAMES RUSSELL BRYAN G.MOTHER OF AUSTIN BRYAN G.AUNT OF CORA&GEROGE JARREL MOTHERINLAW OF G.A.PASSONS.


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Added by Richard Hollis on Jan 11, 2013 6:11 PM
C Wilson
RE: Rebecca Rainey ~ Old Klondike
My first impression, when I looked at the stone in the field, was that it said 'Mrs' ... which is what I passed on to you. Then when I was preparing the photo to post, it became obvious that was it was 'Miss'. The implication, of course, is that she was never married; and whoever it was that had the stone made after her death wanted that made perfectly clear.

As a volunteer photographer, I try to stay out of the genealogy. I have found that descendents typically have preconceived ideas about their ancestors and don't change those ideas readily.

=-)

Added by C Wilson on Nov 27, 2012 6:05 AM
C Wilson
Rebecca Rainey (Dockery?) ~ Old Klondike

I drove back up to the cemetery ... late in the day today. The shadows were growing long by the time I got there; and I was losing the light; but I found a monument (near the Rainey's which I did for you last week). It was placed there to mark the resting place of 'Mrs. Rebecca A Rainey' ... no mention of Dockery; and the dates are right (1817-1894). It's not a very good frame because of the light; but I'll post it to her Find A Grave memorial if you want it.
Added by C Wilson on Nov 25, 2012 5:13 PM
C Wilson
RE: Rainey Family
You're very welcome ... happy to do it for you.
Added by C Wilson on Nov 22, 2012 1:00 PM
C Wilson
Mary C Rainey ~ Old Klondike
Mary C Rainey shares a single stone oblisk style monument with William Rainey; and that fact was apparently missed when the inventory of transcriptions was taken (ca 1989 ... I have found instances such as that once in a while).

Anyway ... I have created a Find A Grave memorial for her; and I have transferred management of that memorial over to you. If you will kindly submit a photo request, I will claim it and add a photo for you.
Added by C Wilson on Nov 21, 2012 7:14 PM
Ann McDaniel
RE: McDaniel Line
Hi Liz,
I haven't been working on my family history for awhile and just saw your message - sorry for the great delay in responding. My great-great grandparents, James Vestal (Jesse) and Kizzie McDaniel are buried in the Pecan Gap cemetery along with one of their sons and daughter-in-law. I have really struggled with finding information on the McDaniel line beyond Jesse. I would love to share information with you!
Thanks,
Ann
Added by Ann McDaniel on Sep 29, 2012 5:16 PM
texnative
Rainey Pictures
You are welcome for the picture of Bulah Rainey. We also took a photo of Andy C Rainey Jr who served in WWII and is near Bulah and Andie. We took photos of three Maynards who appear to be related to the Raineys. Edna Jo (Rainey), John Randall and Laarry R. We have not posted these yet but will today.
Bill
Added by texnative on Apr 15, 2012 8:35 AM
texnative
RE: Andie C. Rainey picture
You are very welcome.
Added by texnative on Apr 03, 2012 6:03 PM
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