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Donna Cullins Schroeder (#47239719)
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I live in the area of Indiana where my family settled over 200 years ago. Researching Cullins, Martin, Tyner, Stevens, Jones and other lines who settled in Indiana from Virginia and South Carolina.
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cheryl amos
RE: Lawrence White
I ran into Ann several weeks ago in the grocery store. She mentioned still needing to get in touch with you. Obviously, they haven't! I'll send her a reminder for you! I thought you and Ann had exchanged email addresses. I don't know her email but will call them
Added by cheryl amos on Aug 11, 2014 12:37 PM
Marylou Sciscoe
RE: William Barnard
Hi Donna,

My husband's family is still in Indiana (Martinsville, Greenwood, Whiteland, and points north, south, east and west). He is the only one to leave - when he joined the Navy after high school graduation in 1947. We go back every year for the family reunion.

I just started adding the Barnard line to our tree. Once I get direct ancestors filled in, I will extend the family to siblings. We start with Thomas in 1562, Suffolk, England. He arrived in 1634. He and another ancestor, Thomas Macy, were two of the original settlers of Amesbury, Massachusetts, in 1654. William Barnard was the last male in our part of the Barnard line. My husband's direct ancestor was one of his daughter's, Eunice Margaret, who married Eli Stanton (3rd great grandparents).

Thank you for the transfer.

God bless,
Marylou Sciscoe
Added by Marylou Sciscoe on Jul 31, 2014 7:34 PM
Marylou Sciscoe
RE: William Barnard
Hi Donna,
Yes. We would appreciate the transfer.

I noticed you are in Indiana. My husband was born in Indianpolis. His ancestors went from Nantucket and Virginia to North Carolina then Indiana. Many of them settled in Johnson County.

Thank you so much for offering.

Marylou Sciscoe
Added by Marylou Sciscoe on Jul 31, 2014 5:11 AM
william maxey
RE: Old Waters
Hi, It is possible that I may have the old DAR list. If you still want to send me updates that is fine. I am also working on completing several projects prior to the MYCANVAS closing on Sept 30th and am currently devoted to finishing my books. My email address is
Added by william maxey on Jul 18, 2014 7:45 PM
william maxey
RE: McIlwain
Hi, There pages have been updated and if you like you can post any information about the cemetery to the O Waters front page. If you see anything out of place let me know and I will get to it asap. Bill Maxey
Added by william maxey on Jul 17, 2014 9:21 PM
william maxey
RE: Old Waters
Hi, I have a lot family members in this cemetery and really do not want to get rid of anyone. If you like you can send profile updates and I will update them time permitting. We are related to the Smith family by marriage of Elizabeth Chambers Watters sister Margaret Chambers Ebeneezer. If you like you can email my mother for more information she has worked in this part of our family tree for several years.

William Maxey
Added by william maxey on Jul 17, 2014 9:18 AM
Cindy Brown
Moses Smith
Thanks for letting me know. I had a different birthdate. That is why I couldn't find your memorial. I deleted my memorials.
Added by Cindy Brown on May 02, 2014 7:10 PM
cheryl amos
RE: Lawrence White
Dear Donna,
I will contact the son of Robert (my husband's cousin) and ask if he has any information. Even though he is not into genealogy, he still may know something!
Added by cheryl amos on Mar 10, 2014 6:23 AM
Genealogy Lady
RE: sherman scofield
I just looked up Indiana Marriage records. Ada Dawson married Sylvester Scofield in 1877 in Rush county. Sherman sr. did not have a son Sylvester. Sherman had among his brothers, Silvanus and Sylvester, and neither had sons. I will have to look at my research further to see where this Sylvester might have fit in.
Do you have access to any information of Sherman sr.'s buildings? This is an area that I have been wanting to explore in my research since Sherman was my direct ancestor.

Thank you,
Added by Genealogy Lady on Jan 28, 2014 4:03 PM
Genealogy Lady
RE: sherman scofield
Hello Donna,

I will have to check my files. I don't believe Sherman, jr had more than one wife. I will get back to you this evening.

Added by Genealogy Lady on Jan 28, 2014 2:58 PM
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