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Taylor Hudson (#47302932)
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Judy Warren
Daniel Graham
I would like to correct much of what you have written about Daniel Burton Graham. While I do not pretend to be an expert on this Ancestor I have done a great deal of research and find that several statements are not correct. His first wife was Resina Wilkins. They were married in Lamar County, Texas not North Carolina. He was still a single man when he applied for a 3rd class land grant through Nacagodches County, Texas in September of 1839 and qualified to search for 320 acres the amount that would have been alloted a single man. He did not marry Resina until 26 May 1846.

I do very much appreciate your putting the grave picture on this sight. My cousin, Jeanette and I, both descendants of Daniel's daughter, Mary Catherine worked long and hard to get the Texas Historical marker there.

I also enjoyed the story even though it did have several inaccuracies.

Judy Warren
Added by Judy Warren on Jul 19, 2015 4:25 PM
kdhughes
John Hudson
The headstone reads, "Died April, 11, 1841" but the notes say the year 1827. Is there an explanation to go with this?
Thanks, KDH
Added by kdhughes on May 30, 2013 11:50 AM
Alabama Wadsworth
Child of John Turner Hudson
John Turner Hudson had another son named Peyton Clark Hudson. Peyton Clark Hudson and my mother were friends as children in Auburn. He is also buried in the same cemetery.
Added by Alabama Wadsworth on May 03, 2013 3:23 PM
totsie
RE: DB Graham
It looks great..and you are welcome..I have some Moore & Hamilton's in Elmwood. But the page looks right now, I seen it the day I added the extra, but decided to add anyway because of the headstone was uniquite....totsie
Added by totsie on Sep 02, 2012 6:21 PM
totsie
RE: Daniel Burton Graham
OK I found what you are talking about and I can delete the web page... and post the picture on yours, you need to fix the Name and dates on it... And they are not related to me... I have a couple requests for that cemetery that I have been trying to find and just take pictures as I go...totsie
Added by totsie on Aug 31, 2012 8:49 PM
Sharon Frank Patrick
RE: Hudson/Boyd
No, I am not related, but my info came from a book on the church cemeteries of Troup County. I am just trying to get the enties on Find A Grave.
Added by Sharon Frank Patrick on Aug 14, 2012 8:30 AM
WNS
RE: John Hudson
Please see my email reply.
Added by WNS on May 20, 2012 6:48 PM
WNS
RE: Auburn Hudson's
Greetings. Are you speaking of John Turner Hudson (1881 - 1952), who owned a grocery in Auburn for many years? I hope so, because I have some good things to share about him. Bill
Added by WNS on May 20, 2012 1:17 PM
LGerhart
McDonald Family
Hello
I working on the McDonald family. If interested, please email!
Thanks~~Lesley
Added by LGerhart on Aug 09, 2011 3:05 PM
Pam Smith
Hudson's in Auburn, AL
I manage the memorials for Hudson's in cemeteries in Auburn, AL. I noticed you had placed a picture on the memorial. Would you like to manage these memorials, I would be happy to transfer them....p
Added by Pam Smith on Apr 15, 2011 1:23 PM
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