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I am a high school librarian, wife, and mother of two sons. I'm a seven-generation, native Texan who's been doing genealogy for over thirty years. Findagrave is one of my favorite genealogy sites and has been a tremendous help in finding lost ancestors. My main surnames are Wheeler (maiden name), Bridges, Mull, Holmes, Reynolds, Mericle. My husband's surnames are Sanders, Mitchell, Morrow, Brinkley & Fletcher. |
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|Cheryl Cartwright||Nancy Page|
Parental links made. Thank you for the information! Have a blessed day! Cheryl
|James Carroll Wheeler||RE: Wheeler Family|
Sorry, Tina, none of the names you furnished appear as part of our family line.
Thank you for trying, though.
|Judy Allen||Elma Pipes|
Thanks for the info.
|PVGS||Regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Sarah Smith in Zephyr Cemetery|
We have no other information than what is on the memorial.
Added by PVGS on Nov 29, 2013 9:57 PM
|James Carroll Wheeler||Wheeler Family|
Although it would be nice to call you "Cuz" your family line is somewhat different from ours.
The names Thomas and mainly John have repeatedly appeared in my family line,however, the other names you mention do not appear at all.
Our oldest American ancestor was Thomas Wheeler who worked his way to this country on a ship from England in 1637. Many of his descendants were named John, several of them being a direct line to our family.
My 3G Grandfather, John, brought his family to Texas from Tennessee in 1840. His three sons, John, David, and Daniel were later awarded land grants in the Sabinal, Texas area. We don't know if any of the properties are still owned by the family. I descended from John, Sr.'s son, David.
So there you have it. There was a multitude of Wheelers who immigrated from England in the 1600s, many of them not related.
Thanks so much for your inquiry and have a very Happy Holiday Season.
|N Forrest Worton||The chesnutt in h town|
If u r remotely related. I would like for u to have family
|Velma Greer||RE: Herman Goodney|
Thank you. Yes, I would accept a transfer of his memorial page. I will send an edit/transfer request. :)
|Jo Seitz Wynn||RE: Elsie Wheeler|
Right. Sovillia and George Wheeler had Elmer, Millage, Siddie, Eva, Atmer, Minnie Ola, Mack, Audrey Jean (my grandmother) and Laskey.
Mollisa and Thomas Cook had Zula and Elsie.
Mollisa and George Wheeler had Sybil.
You will find Mollisa and Sovillia have several different spellings as well.
Clear as mud? LOL
|Jo Seitz Wynn||Elsie Wheeler|
You had written to me: "Elsie is the wife of George & Sovillia's son Millage, not the daughter of George and his second wife. Please unlink."
But this information is correct as it only refers to Malicia as her parent. Elsie was the eldest daughter of Malicia Wheeler prior to marrying George Locke Wheeler. Millage was the eldest son of George and Sovillia's children. They were in fact step-sister and brother prior to getting married.
Please let me know if you have further questions.
|Cindy Sue||Buster Wilson|
If you would like to transfer him, I would love it.
Thanks a lot, Cindy Sue
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