|William F. Heustess (#47097028)|
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I am a native of Kershaw, S.C. I am the pastor of Shiloh United Methodist Church in Marion, SC.|
By researching my father's family tree, I have discovered I am the third great grandson of Matthew Heustess and Nancy Ann Spears of Marlboro County, South Carolina. In the early 1800's, most of their descendants lived in the Peedee region of eastern South Carolina.
Modern-day descendants of this branch of the Heustess family are concentrated in the Carolinas, Alabama and Arkansas. Twelve of the most common surnames in this branch of the Heustess family tree during the 19th century include Calhoun, Covington, Dampier, David, Hamer, Hubbard, Northcutt, Roper, Spears, Stanton, Stubbs and Wright.
To gain a better understanding of my mother's heritage, I am currently researching the Hamel, Love and Thomasson families of York County, South Carolina. I have discovered distant cousins scattered throughout the southeastern United States.
Thank you for your kindness and cooperation. I welcome your comments and corrections.
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|Nancy Solt||Daniel Jackson Odom|
I am doing research on the Odom family of Marlboro County, S.C.....I have the will of Daniel J. Odom in which he requested that a suitable monument be erected at his grave in his will......I found this as a man's desire to be remembered... (his sister Harriet requested the same) . I have that section (Item #1) would you like me to attach it to your 'Find A Grave' for him ?
Nancy Craig Solt
|Nancy Solt||alexander beverly|
Thanks for your acknowledgement of use of information...You are very welcome.
Nancy Craig Solt
|Nancy Solt||Alexander Beverly|
This is to help fill in the blank area about Alexander's first wife...Alexander Beverly's 1st wife was Elizabeth Odom (1820-1863)...She was the daughter of Rev. James Odom (1794-1856) & Rebecca Odom (1796-1852). All of Marlboro County, S.C. The two had 4 children as is listed in the 1860 Census....which makes Alexander the father of eleven children al together.
Nancy Craig Solt
|AlertClerk||Marian McKeag Hudson|
Thank you so much for transferring my Aunt Marian's page to me to maintain. I will take good care of her. I really appreciate it.
|David E Mcdonald||RE: Thoroughgood Pate Stubbs|
First, thank you for doing the research.
Last time I visited, someone had gone and cleared out some of the overgrowth in the back. But I still am careful to walk back during the warm months to avoid running into any snakes. My next trip down, I want to remember to take photos.
Yes sir, if you would like to add his name, please do so. I still have speak with my Aunt about some other relatives I am just finding out about.
|Angie Ethridge McIntyre||RE: Letha Parks Harrelson Richardson|
That is really weird, I think she must have merged her bio and pics with another memorial with the one I created because I did not approve or add that to the bio. If you look the photo I added matches the dates I put but her pics were actually added in 2008 which was prior to the time I created the memorial. This is weird. I will request her remove it or just delete and create a new one. Thank you very much for bringing this to my attention. That is so weird that she was actually able to get info in the bio section of a bio I create. It has by Betty in blue so I can only assume that was done through a merge.
|Soheyr Azar||RE: Frances Watford Kimrey|
I think you are right--her father seems to be Troy Laverne Watford, Sr.
I noticed several of the names in your biography overlap in my family tree. I think we may cross paths on several of them again, and hopefully share information. I'm directly related to the Wrights out of Darlington/Lamar and have ties to the Stantons, Spears, Edens, Parishs, Covingtons, and Hamers in this area. I'm still searching for burial locations on some ones during the 1800s.
|Rock Hunter||RE: James Thomas Stanton|
You're so right....it does get a bit confusing when there are several people in the same area with similar names. I appreciate the collaboration. Thanks.
|Richard Jordan||Martha Carpenter|
As you know I have been in contact with Robert Ragan regarding the duplication of a memorial for Martha Ragan Carpenter. I have taken the liberty of adding my photo of her marker to your memorial. I will delete my entry but wish to assure that all added information will be saved to your memorial for her. Just signal me when you wish for me to delete.
Thanks. Richard a.k.a. Doc
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