|Sue Gregory (#47091070)|
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|My name is Sue Gregory and I live in Tennessee. I have been working of family history for about 35 yrs. I've put several lines together and have a vast amount of information on my Family Tree Maker. In fact, began having trouble with it a month ago and when I called ancestry.com, they decided I'd filled it up? It's the newest edition....WOW! Find A Grave has been so helpful to me with the info folks attach and then being able to SEE the tombstones and know exactly where they are and the names of the cemetery's and the actual dates....it's just been a wonderful tool.|
I'm sorry, but at this time I am not able to photo cemetery's for others, but I do want to say thank you for those of you who do. It's a great help for folks who can't get to where they are or don't know where they are?
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|Hamilton Smith||Harris Northcutt|
Isn't Mr. Northcutt buried with his wife, Sarah V. Northcutt...........I was at the cemetery and saw their headstone.
The Northcutts are known from Grundy County. I don't know the Northcutts from Rutherford.
Barbara Smith Dunn
Thanks I should have caught that but since I did not am glad you did.
Added by MN on Mar 05, 2015 11:34 AM
I made the spousal link and added the date of marriage to the bio.
|Kent Smith||James Denny's Marriage Record|
Hope you accessed the Will OK; would like a favor in return. Mentioned was the marriage record for James that can be found at the Courthouse in Talbot, MD. It states that he was 28 years old and born in Ireland, but the parents' names are unreadable. I did contact Talbot County but a genealogist.com website appeared and they were going to give me an "estimate" on the cost of obtaining this. Do you know of a better way to find this record? How did you access this record? Kent
|Kent Smith||James Denny's Will|
Thanks for your response. Accessing James Denny's Will is relatively easy: google "North Carolina Probate Records" and click on "North Carolina Probate Records/(FamilySearch Historical Records)". I believe that Family Search is the Mormon website. On that site, click "access the records: North Carolina Probate Records, 1735-1970" and you'll see "Browse through 1,145,307 images". You can choose which NC County you want--in this case, Guilford--and click on "Wills, 1771-1813, Vol. A"; the image for James Denny's Will is 56 of 227. Apparently it was proven in "February Court, 1795"; William Denny and John Donnel were Executors. I believe it was accurately transcribed years ago and entered on the Mormon site. I typed the Will as well and scanned it and will attach it to an email for you. All the best, Kent Smith
|Kent Smith||James Denny's wife Agnes|
Don't mean to be a pest, but on 11 Nov 2013 I asked for clarification on the claim that Agnes' last name was misconstrued because James' Will, dated 10 Dec 1790, contained the sentence: "to my beloved wife Agnes I allow...". I mentioned that James Denny's Will can be accessed online: p. 94 of the North Carolina Probate Records 1735-1970>Guilford>Wills, 1771-1813, Vol. A>Image 56 of 227, and that the sentence you refer to does not exist in his Will.
The holidays are over and, in view of the fact that this claim has been taken as fact by other researchers, I am asking you again to provide clarification or please remove the claim. I am unaware of any records that shed light on Agnes' last name--Tallon or otherwise--but claims unsubstantiated by the facts need to be addressed.
|RobMinteer57||Adam and Margaret Weber|
I made the changes on Margaret's page, and was wondering if you knew what town Adam died in...
|Kent Smith||James Denny's wife Agnes|
Have been researching my 6th g-grandfather James Denny and have some questions about your 2009 entry for his wife Agnes. It is stated that James' Will contains the sentence "to my beloved wife Agnes I allow..." and that has been misconstrued as Agnes' last name "Tallon". James Denny's Will, dated 10 Dec 1790, can be found online at p. 94 of the North Carolina Probate Records 1735-1790>Guilford>Wills, 1771-1813, Vol. A>Image 56 of 227. The sentence: "to my beloved wife Agnes I allow..." simply does not exist in James' Will in the NC Archives.
The relevant sentenced reads: "Thirdly all that remains of my estate from the above bequeathments I allow Agnes my wife and William my son to have an equal interest...and at her decease I allow her part to become his property..."
Also what sources exist that suggest a 2nd wife, with a marriage before 1742? All his children were born after 1744 and the Will clearly names Agnes as the mother. Would Agnes & Mary Agnes Aldren be one and the same person?
Thanks for your input. Kent Smith
|Kathi Wiley||Knight family|
Thank You for sending updated information about Georgia and Hubert Knight. The information has been posted :) ............... I don't suppose you have any Hawkins / Maynard or Wooten in your database ? Hummmmmmmmmmm ?
|Lucy Jo (Cox) Garibay||Jennings family|
Maggie May (Baxter)Jennings is my 5th cousin 3x removed. Do you mind if I copy and use Her photo in my family tree alnog with her family? I have Roy Brown Jennings death certificate and it has him buried in Hearn Hill Cemetery on 10-13-1926. It has his death as 10-12-1926
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