|Lyneva Mitchell Grauberger (#47216284)|
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|Tori Friday||RE: Pictures|
I will ask my grandfather and aunts and uncles for any pictures of the Bice family and would be glad to email them to you.
|Tori Friday||RE: Pictures|
My grandfather is Jerry Anderson, one of the eldest sons of Elmo and Myrtle. I have a few pictures of Elmo and Myrtle that I can add on here and tag with their obituaries, and I know my aunt, Minnie Alice Anderson Martin, has more pictures of the Bices. I have a fair amount of work done on the Bice family tree. I haven't worked on it recently, but I have back to 1809 tracing Myrtle Bice Anderson to Jonathan Bice, but not too much on William Jackson Bice, other than my uncle being named after him. So William Jackson Bice was the father of my great-grandmother, Myrtle Bice Anderson, correct?
|Mike B.||RE: Asa T. Martin grave photo|
Added by Mike B. on Apr 05, 2015 10:27 AM
|Pat Westmoreland||Susan Westmoreland Hardin|
Lyneva I've researching the Westmorelands for years other them the death certificate do you have any other documents with Susan's birth place as Ashville NC on it. Also the Death certificate says her father was Bluford Westmoreland I would like to know if John Westmoreland middle name was Buford or Bluford I've found it both ways. You can contact me at Patsgen@ymail.com. Pat Westmoreland
|Jane Ireland||The Fosters|
I wonder if you have anything that will verify Oak Hill as the resting place for Inza and Howard Foster.
Records at Oak Hill say they have no record of them. Please let me know what you think re: this.
We have many cemeteries in San Jose.
Very sorry about that. That's what I get when you don't reread what you write before you send it off. MEANT
Added by Mike B. on Jan 16, 2015 7:07 AM
|Mike B.||Pvt. Asa T. Martin|
12th AL. You have two fathers for him. I'm sure you met his mother.
Added by Mike B. on Jan 15, 2015 5:03 PM
|Jeffrey Peoples||RE: First Posting|
What I have been doing is sending a flash drive to people who have the information, they load it on the flash drive and mail it back. This seems to work better than trying to send it all electronically or by paper. I do have paper copies which I printed out so that I would have a hard copy. I did find out that Harriet Bice (Stacy's sister)who married John T. Bice must have died during child birth. I found her daughter,(Artamassa)being raised by Lucinda Skinner Martin in the 1870 Census(she is 64 years of age and the child is 4). I also found her marriage to John T. Bice in the Alabama Marriages 1816-1957. The decedents of Asa and Mary Martin are having a reunion on the 24th of this month. I am trying to contact Bobby Steven Martin to get some additional information from him on the Martins. I will gladly send you everything I have that interest you, all I need is the address. I would be interested in any pictures that you might have of any of the Martins. My GGG grandfather Asa Thomas Martin was killed at the age of 26 during the war. I have no pictures but do have copies of the letters he wrote home. I've only been doing genealogy for around 6 months now. I have not paid for Ancestry yet because I am trying to find all I can for free.
|Jeffrey Peoples||First Posting|
Sorry, I got some of my information out of order. Stacy Martin was married to James M. Bice and her sister Harriet Martin was married to John T. Bice. (they were probable brothers). It is also noted that John Robert Martin was killed in a gun dual which took place after a card game dispute or something political.
|Jeffrey Peoples||John Robert Martin|
He was also my GGGG grandfather. A cousin of mine did research on the Martin line back in 1989. I have a copy of the information he acquired. There were 8 Children born from his marriage to Lucinda Skinner. They are listed as John D. Martin/Louisa Glenn Martin, William David Martin/Mary C. Hart, Asa Thomas Martin/Mary Ann Mizzell, Ellen P. Martin/Stinson Vaughn, Stacy Martin/John Bice, and 3 sisters(no spouses noted) Mary, Elmira, and Harriet. My GGG grandfather is Asa Thomas Martin. He was killed in 1862 in the Civil War during the Battle of the Seven Pines. He is buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond City,
Virginia. He wrote 38 letters home to his wife Mary. These letters have been handed down in my family, approximately 154 years old now. I have copies of these letters. The originals are with my mothers cousin. When he entered the war he left a pregnant wife, a 3 year old son William, and a 1 year old daughter Matilda. Matilda Martin Whetstone is my GG grandmother. She is buried in Shiloh Cemetery in Columbus, Georgia. His pregnant wife gave birth to another daughter. In Asa'a letters to her, he suggest the name Artimissa, thus she was named. I have a lot of information that was done by Bobby Steve Martin, who is a descendent of the 3 year old son, William.
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