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Wes jarrett was born 1954 in B'ham Al,moved to Crawford, Tn in 1991. My family(Jarrett is only traceable ,so far to James Jarrett b. 1804(NC ?)|
d. 1858 Marshall Co Ms)history is mysterious beyond J. Jarrett.My ancestors on mothers side are RILEY,PARKER,GOODEand WATKINS. I am willing to help any one needing geneaology help .I will give info and would be greatly appreciative to any one doing the same.
I am an ordained Baptist minister and strictly adhere to the old ways followed by our forefathers. I also enjoy playing Gospel music
(bluegrass and traditional southern) and fishing when time is found,and tracing my family roots.
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|Our Family Ancestry||RE: John J Howard|
John J Howard is my husband's great grandfather. We are on the side in which he marries Melzora Reeves. Ethel Mae Howard was his grandmother who married a Thomas Jefferson Matlock. I am still interested in this line would be nice to find old photos.
|Our Family Ancestry||RE: John J Howard|
Yes my husband is related to John Howard sorry been awhile since on this site. I have been doing research for many years.
|Tina Baker Moorman||RE: Charles Granderson Baker|
I am excited to hear from you. Charles Granderson Baker was also my 3rd great-grandfather. Here's how I am connected: Charles had a son John William Baker who had a son Charles Anderson Baker who had a son (my grandfather) Dallas Glen Baker. My father Ralph Edward Baker is the only living child of Dallas and Audrey Lucille Powell Baker. We live in New Albany Ms.
As you know from your visit at Amaziah Cemetery, many of the tombstones are old and very hard to read, many are missing and there is not a tombstone for Charles G. Baker but from what I have gathered - I believe he is buried there. Most everyone buried there is related to us.
This is what I have learned: Charles was married to Nancy Caroline Boatner. Her father was John Wesley Boatner (4th GGF). He and another family (can't remember off the top of my head who it was but I will look it up as I seem to remember that their children married) traveled here from SC and settled at what is now know as Amaziah. He was a slave owner. He and his slaves built the first chruch there. He donated land: 3 acres for the Chruch and 3 acres for the cemetery.
I am not sure where to find the records for those graves but I will see if I can contact the current Pastor of Amaziah and maybe he can help.
I am not an expert by any means and if you know any different, please let me know. Also I am relating this off my memory as I don't have my records in front of me at this time.
Email me at email@example.com and I can send you the document that I based this on.
I would love to see and participate in preserving the people buried there. I wish there was a way to mark those graves for the future generations.
I look forward to hearing from you. Do you live in this area? Which of Charles and Nancy's children are you connected? I geuss we are related?
Tina Baker Moorman
|Mary Fierle||Bradly Family|
Hi there, I guess we are distant cousins. It looks like your great grandmother and my great grandfather (Marshall Columbus Bradley) were siblings. I have lost touch with most all of my mother's family form the Bessemer Alabama area. Nice to see your post. I do hope to visit Alabama soon.
|Wanda Hunt||RE: William A Jarrett|
I missed this email before now. I was going through my requests and found your message. I am interest in sharing information. I don't have my history with me right now and can't place William Jarrett. How is he related to me according to your records?
You may contact me directly by my email instead of going through Find A Grave. It is firstname.lastname@example.org. Nice to meet you.
|Peggy Carrigan||William C. Gaskin|
William was my 2nd great grandfather, also. My grandmother, Cora Alma Gaskin was his Granddaughter. She told me her father, Joseph William Thomas Gaskin was killed in a duel. I was young when she told me that, and I never asked her any details. Now I wish I had. Also, who was William's wife. Someone has said it is Sarah Ann Landers. I am almost 74 years old, and would like to get this information before it is too late. Thank you for any help you can give me.
Peggy Carrigan email@example.com
|Helen Puckett||John Lynn Hargis Grave|
Thank you so much for taking these photos. I cannot begin to tell you how emotional it made me to see this. I can't wait to share it with my family. God bless you for your kindness.
Helen Hargis Puckett
|Lloyd Dooley||RE: Thurman photos|
you're very welcome. I grew up just a few steps from this cemetery and have spent many hours walking through it; good to be able to put that to use for someone :)
|JoAnn Stephens Graham||Beaty-Lacy Cemetery|
That was so great of you to take all those pictures. Thank you so much
|Our Family History||Goode, Riley Familes|
I have been reserching my fmaily history for years. I was just wondering if you would ming sharing the info you have on the Riley's and goode's. Here is how I am related: (it's a list)
Allen Watson Riley-gggg grandpa
Thomas Jefferson Riley-great great great grandpa
Martha Elizabeth Riley-great great grandma
Claude Hawkins Funderburg-great grandpa
Mary Frances Funderburg-grandma
David Lawrence Sells-dad
Toshi Frances Sells-me
I would appreciate any help you may be able to help mw out with. If you have any family photos that you would be willing to share that I can print out and put in out family tree album I would love that so very much.
Thanks so very much in advance for your help.
my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks again and may Go bless you for your help!!!!
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