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Beverly DuBose (#47265675)
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I live in Bradley County Arkansas and am currently working on the Vickers, Sharp, Woodward, Baker, Neal, Parker, lines of the family. I can do looks-ups for people in the area and especially Union Hill Cemetery.
My husband's line that we are also studying is : Cochran, Brady, Lefevers and Hunsucker.
Reynolds, Love, Gibbs, Helm

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John H DuBose
I am looking for info about John H DuBose born about 1815 in Matthews Parrish, SC. He had sons named Rubin, and Emanuel. He was married to Mary Weatherford. Do you have any info about this family. Emanuel came to Lakeland GA in the 1880s.
Added by Jeanetta Jones on May 19, 2014 4:05 PM
Hunsucker, Reynolds, Love and Helm
Interesting...My Grandmother is Grace E Reynolds daughter of Marilla Love, Angeline Helm etc. What branch do you belong to? Would love to exchange info. Have you ever found anything on Selemanda Helm? She is my 3GGM and I am stuck at her name!

Hope to hear from you, Valarie
Added by VALARIE ROBINSON on Feb 08, 2014 3:01 PM
RE: McCay
Hi Beverly! So nice to hear from you! I don't really have any new info on Daniel S. McCay, but would love to ask around in the McCaysville area and find out if there are any Civil War stories about the family. We don't have any that were passed down, and it would be interesting to hear one or two. Maybe if I ask around someone will know where he is buried. I haven't had much time for genealogy in the last few weeks because we have a new grandbaby! She was born Wednesday, and is beautiful. We love our little Ellie! Hopefully I'll be back to researching soon, as all the showers, birth, etc., are over now. You asked about where our McCay line settled, well my dad grew up in Morganton, GA (near Blue Ridge), as did his brothers and sisters. They are all in the Atlanta area now and have been for years. There was no work up there, so in the 1950s and 60s most everyone, even my grandparents, moved here for work. That's where I was raised, and still live in Gwinnett County. Good to hear from you. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Added by Gwen on Nov 18, 2013 11:38 AM
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RE: Abner DuBose
Beverly, all I know is that Abner B. Dubose died on February 3, 1863 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas during the Civil War of pneumonia. He was assigned to the Texas Volunteers and served in the 13th Mounted Regiment. His father's name was Ruben M. Dubose and mother is unknown. Abner was married to Mary Ann Pace on July 28, 1858 in Jasper Co., TX.
Added by Jason & Jody on Oct 26, 2013 11:54 AM
Jason & Jody
cont...john dubose
Married August 12, 1860
Added by Jason & Jody on Sep 28, 2013 8:01 AM
Jason & Jody
RE: Pvt. Abner B. DuBose
The only information I have on John and Jane Nichols is that they married August 12, 18160 in Jasper County, Texas. My direct ancestor is Abner B. Dubose and I have more information about him than anyone else in that generation. Good luck finding info on your side of the Duboses. Sorry I didnt have any more info.
Jason Martin
Added by Jason & Jody on Sep 28, 2013 8:00 AM
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RE: Pvt. Abner B. DuBose
Abner B.'s father was Ruben M. Dubose but I have no mother's name. Ruben's father was Peter Dubose from South Carolina. Abner had a brother named John married to Jane Nichols.
Added by Jason & Jody on Sep 07, 2013 2:11 PM
RE: McCay
Oh my!! That's an amazing find! Congrats on some great sleuthing! It's very exciting to find things like that. By the way, do you watch the show, "Who Do You Think You Are?" It's my new favorite. :)
Added by Gwen on Aug 09, 2013 10:16 AM
RE: McCay
Hi Barbara,

I wish I had some stories from Daniel and Rhoda McCay, but nothing has survived from them at all. We don't even know of their death date or where he was buried. All I know about Daniel S. McCay's death is that he was alive in 1861 per the Fannin County Muster Roll for men over 45, but not listed in the Fannin County 1863 tax list. So he must have died between those years. I"m still looking for his gravesite.

So glad you enjoyed your trip to Georgia! The mountains are beautiful here. I hope you can visit again.
Added by Gwen on Aug 09, 2013 6:41 AM
RE: McCay
Hi Barbara, No I never made it to Mobile Cemetery. Hope I can before too long! Still looking for Daniel S. McCay's gravesite, as well. Those McCay ancestors sure know how to hide. LOL
Added by Gwen on Aug 07, 2013 7:23 AM
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