|Ann McDaniel (#47157249)|
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|I have been researching my family's history since I first wrote a research paper at USC in 1974. The family names I am most interested in are McDaniel, Blankenship, Gore, Joines, Fry(e), Muff, and Canaris.|
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|Liz Cox||McDaniel Family|
I am researching my aunt's McDaniel Family.She knows nothing about them. William H. McDaniel born 1825 Tenn lived in Izard Co. Arkansas with wife Margery (maiden name possibly Copeland). Margery is buried in Hunt County, and lived with a son Henry P. McDaniel. We can't find anything on William H. McDaniel such as death records or where he is buried. One of their sons John W. McDaniel is buried in Grayson Co., Texas. Anything looked remotely familiar? Any thoughts? Thanks for any help.
Added by Liz Cox on Sep 28, 2010 6:23 AM
|Liz Cox||McDaniel Line|
Hello. Saw where you "maintain" the site of Lizz McDaniel. Can you tell me anything about the McDaniel folks buried in Pecan Gap? I'm trying to research the McDaniel line from Fannin/Hunt counties. Thanks for any help. Liz Cox
Added by Liz Cox on Sep 08, 2010 8:09 AM
|Edith Blankenship||RE: Blankenship line|
Yes, I do have a good bit on this line. Please email me directly at email@example.com and I will be glad to share information.
|A Gore||RE: Gore family|
There is no connection, as far as I know.
Added by A Gore on Aug 03, 2010 3:48 PM
|A Gore||RE: Gore family|
I have a lot of James Gores in my tree, but no Elizabeth Fry. Where were they from?
Added by A Gore on Aug 02, 2010 4:40 PM
|J&G Sanders||Hazel Swanda|
I knew I was forgetting something..why don't you click on the Request a Photo button - that will remind me about the photo.
|J&G Sanders||RE: Hazel Swanda|
I'm not family, but I do know them. Her son was several years below me in school. I'm happy to transfer :)
I'll try to get you a photo this week if the weather cooperates. I know right where she is. The Swandas sold some of their land to the city to enlarge the cemetery and she is on a corner of the land that once belonged to them.
|wanda yarber||RE: the Joines & Coltharp families|
Tell me which ones you want and I will transfer them to you.
|Anonymous||transfer of Stephens|
|Anonymous||RE: NB and Bettie A. Stephens|
Sorry, but the Inglish Cemetery is just transcription only. There is no additional research on my part regarding those interred unless they happen to be a Texas state legislator. In that case, I have made it a point to do extensive research. If you'd like, you can certainly request for me to transfer your great-grandparent's memorials to you and I'd be happy to do so.
Best to you,
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