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I am a history buff and a serious student of the American Civil War. I am very interested in any information on other soldiers that fought in the 30th Alabama or 24th Alabama Infantry Regiments. Families that I am researching include Fulmer, Poe, Gunter, Hallman, Chinn, Downman, Ball, Sluder, Jones, Pinion, and Lankford.|
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|George Seitz||R. Taylor Scott|
Thank you for adding the image to the entry of Robert Taylor Scott. I had not noticed until now. I hope you noticed the entry for his bride, Fanny. What a nice couple. Thank you also for your appreciation of the history of that time and for befriending me, I reciprocate.
|Teri Freedman||Margaret Williamson, wife of Capt. William Ball|
Capt. William Ball's wife was Margaret Williamson, not Harris, per many Virginia records, including those cited by my mother's cousin, Arthur Maxim Coppage in his Coppedge-Coppage Chronicle (1975). They are my 8th great-grandparents. There were several William Balls, doubtless the source of some of the confusion, but the son and namesake of George Washington's maternal great-grandfather, Col. William Ball, was this one: Capt. William Ball, who m. Margaret Williamson.
"The long accepted statement that Capt. Ball married three times is incorrect, as substantiated by his will, 29 Dec 1694, when wife Margaret was still living, the information in a 1709 deed listing all 8 of his children by Margaret Williamson Ball -- Richmond County VA Deed Bk 5, pp 211-216 abstracted here: 11 December 1709, William Ball, of the Parish of St Mary's White Chapel in the County of Lancaster conveys to Joseph Ball and George BAll of the Parishes of St Stephens and Wicomico of the County of Northumberland, gentleman, a tract of land formerly granted to William Underwood by patent dated September 10, 1658, and bequeathed by the said Underwood's last will and testament unto Margaret Williamson and Mary Williamson Mother and Aunt of the said William Ball which patent was renewed by Margaret and Mary Williamson in their own names bearing date March the eleventh day 1662 the said land falling unto the said William Ball being son and heir of his father and mother William Ball and Margaret Ball daughter of James Williamson late and formerly of Rappahannock now Richmond County bounded and described as above patent recourse thereto had being in the whole eight hundred and eighty two acres..." Deed abstract -- see also Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia 1656-1692 by William Montgomery Sweeney, pages 5-6
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|Kitty Walker Lennard||Marker|
abt 18 years ago I had one added to James Holdridge , George W Gunter and James Hayes , bui I guess they must have changed it since then. I would still like to contact the Son's of Confederacy and see if they may be of some help.
|Kitty Walker Lennard||Ephrom Greene Fulmer|
It just says something like " Rest Soldier " I checked on a marker and according to who I talked with , it may be difficult to get him a military marker , because He already has a marker , even though He has never received one from Gov't
|Kitty Walker Lennard||OOP's again|
I accidently posted again. That is what sitting in bed with laptop is good for. That Uncle did not speak to her again for the rest of her life. She also did not like My Grand Father. He was 19 years older and they were cousins , so I guess I am like her , because I would not have liked that either and if I told My Mom that then She would start on Me abt How Me & Ellen Jane were just alike.I personally believe that Ellen Jane was a beautiful woman and probably a good person , but I have seen so many of her when She was Young. I want to see what She looked when she was 60 or 80,
|Kitty Walker Lennard||Ellen Jane Fulmer Hayes|
Yes , When I was a little girl We would would visit with My Great Uncle Fred his wife Aunt Mel. They had those tin type pictures all in the living room and after they died They were mostly left with Claude and Claude's nephew got them in the end. I saw one that He posted . She was My Great Grand Mother and every time My Mother got mad after I was older My Mom would say I was just like Her Grand Mother. I would say , well She was pretty and I like that, In turn , My Mother's reply was, You don't look like her, You act like her. The look part, She always said came from My Daddy. Ellen Jane's Grand Children all laughed about her and told stories about Her. She was from what I have heard a spoiled person , growing up and even after by her Husband's. She was a feisty little Lady who spared No ones feelings when she spoke her peace. Her daughter Katie was a large Lady and , I guess She was kind of Clumsy. My Gr. Grand Mother ( Ellen Jane ) would not let her help quilt , because She said the stitches were so long You might get Your toes hung in them. None of My Grand Mother's Kids talker nice about her. I have an Uncle in Ca. ( I guess he is still living ) He told Me He got mad at her and did not speak to h
|Kitty Walker Lennard||OOP's|
Rachel Hayes Fulmer " Aunt Duck " was 63 in 1911 when She died,and Mary Fulmer was 83 in 1910 when She died.
|Kitty Walker Lennard||Unck " Duck " or Mary Fulmer|
I was told that this was My Mother's GR. Aunt " Duck " , which was Rachel Hayes ( 1848 - 1911 ) sister of Marion Aaron. 81 at time of death. She did live with the Fulmers.She was also married to a Fulmer. She was 63 at her death.
Mary Fulmer lived from 1827 - to 1910 / 83 at death
All 5 children were in photo. Fred bn. 1890 , Leeanna bn. 1891 , Vinnie bn. 1894 , Katie bn , 1897 & Robert bn.,1902
Robert would be less than 8 and Fred 20 or less. The girls would be less than 19 ,16 and 13. I believe that Fobert looks at least 7 ,so that would make Mary abt 81. I am not sure that The Lady looks to be in her 80's , but maybe more like in her 60's as Aunt Duck would be.
It would be great to find a picture of Mary Fulmer , but I am leaning toward this being Aunt Duck as My Mum said., But You know , We may never know for sure.
|Kitty Walker Lennard||fulmer memorials|
there is a lot of Fulmer memorials that the person who maintains is either inactive or deceased. I request them and they just send Me couple at a time. Maybe You could request them and get some of them Here is one from South Alabama and there is 9 with him.. Cemetery Walker and this number is one of his memorials Find A Grave # 34476196. Buddy is deceased and he has over 100, Very old This is one of his
Find A Grave# 85590093
|Kitty Walker Lennard||Our Ancstor|
Sure I will post anything You want.
There were a couple of Pictures with Lady's. I will have to look at the pictures. ! of them was Marion's sister and 1 was Mary Ellen's sister.
So where did You get the picture of My Grandmother and her parents ? Margie had some pictures for My Mom and I did not get her over to get them and she died just a few days later. Thinking I may transfer some Fulmers to You. Some are in S. and I am not sure how far back I would have to CONNECT THEM.
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