|Frances Spillman (#47315130)|
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|Genealogy is just one of my passions. I am retired from the U.S. Department of Agriculture having worked almost 23 years there. Before that I was a school teacher and secretary. Obtained 30 hours above my MBA degree attending Murray State University in my hometown. My husband and I enjoy traveling all over the USA on our motorcycles or in our RV. Also, another passion is collecting antique children's dishes primarily but enjoy all kinds of children's toys.|
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|Linda Mac||Hardy Armstrong|
Frances - I have transferred Hardy to you and at least one of his sons. If I find I have the other children I will transfer them as well.
I do show Dora is in Brownsville and have hooked her to Hardy and son John.
I looked back through my info on what part of the cemetery Hardy was buried in, but only came up with a note in the Fulton County, Ky. Cemeteries, Vol 5 Hickman City Cemetery, pg 10, that just shows "ns" in the Stone column (translated to No Stone).
I wonder if the Fulton County Genealogical Society still has the initial notes that might lead to what Section and Row he could be in. Might be worth a try.
Happy hunting - Linda Mac
|E W Hendon||RE: Malinda Colley Kesterson|
Hi again Francis,
I got the name 'Matilda Kesterson' from the Graves County Cemetery Book, by J. C. Melvin. Will dig a bit when time allows.
|Mot||RE: DORA ARMSTRONG|
I would love to have a copy of the picture of Hardy's parents!!!
Added by Mot on Jul 22, 2015 8:34 AM
|Mot||RE: DORA ARMSTRONG|
Her maiden name is either Meadows or Meadow. Thanks for the info. I am sure Hardy is buried at brownsville Cemetery as well. Several Armstrongs of my family are. Hardy and (Ma), had the following children: John C. Armstrong, 1889-11/20/1956; James Armstrong, dob 1885, can't find death record; Vada L. Armstrong 8/17/1900-7/10/1982, Amos Franklin Armstrong, 1903-1954, Dora May Armstrong, 1907- 1/4/1944.
Any info you have on Hardy would be appreciated. If you will message me on FB and give me your email address I will send you my findings as an attachment.
Added by Mot on Jul 14, 2015 10:33 AM
|Mot||RE: DORA ARMSTRONG|
Yes, Dora, I was told my an older cousin that her name is actually Isadora Adell. She is my great-grandmother. Hardy Clinton Armstrong is her spouse and both are buried in Hickman, Ky. I cannot find any record of their marriage date. Do you have that. We were always told that Ma, Dora, was Indian. Any info you have about Hardy I would like if you would like to share. And I will do same.
Added by Mot on Jul 13, 2015 12:20 PM
|Sarah Howard Jamison||RE: Alice A. Howard|
I think I replied to you, but just today I send a request to findagrave wondering if the person in charge of that website for Alice HOWARD Lucas DuBose is deceased and that is why they are not adding any of the information I have requested. I have given detailed dates, places and links to parents and husband. I still do not know Dan Dubose's grave link. Let's hope we can get them linked SOON.
|Toni Goodman King||Ada Belle Howard|
Frances, thank you for maintaining my Grandmother's page.Are you a relative?
I would be happy for you to transfer it to me so I can add more to it and share it with other family members.Thanks again Toni
|Rhonda Fitch||Bilie Jo's daughter|
Hello Frances my name is Rhonda jean I am the oldest daughter of Billie jo Vanderburg Fitch Huggins. I would like to thank you for your upkeep of my mothers info! If you need any more info or would like to pass on the up keep to one of us I now have an account! And would be more than happy too!! I am truely happy to have found this site and will not only pass a link to all of my sibs but will use it to contact my moms family on here! Again Thank you!!
|Gail Scarbrough||Baker, William H|
I wanted to verify the burial of William Baker in Martins Chapel Cemetery. I am the current caretaker. I completed a reading, and although I show Annie Baker's stone, I have James on my list with no stone, but don't have William on my list at all and have not (yet) come across any other reference to him. Of course it is a very old cemetery and many stones are unreadable. Thanks
|Debra Colson||Andrew "Jack" Wilcox|
My name is Debra Colson. I live at 4574 New Providence Road, Hazel...there is old civil war cabin sitting beside our home believed to have belonged to Jack Wilcox burried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery in Henry County. The man who originally build our home we live in, I think moved this cabin in and placed it on the property. He stated that he research and said it belonged to Jack Wilcox buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery. This is the rest of the info that he gave me. He stated it was built around 1850 and this man owned over 1000 acres of land from New Providence Road, Hazel going west over to Highway 641 South. He said Jack raised many children in this home. He said 12 or 12 in the family. I do not see that with the description of the children listed. Thought maybe you could give me some insight as to whether this is the "Jack Wilcox" that owned this cabin. The cabin is in real good shape other than it is starting to lean somewhat. If you would like a photo, I will try and email you one. My email address is email@example.com. I would appreciate any info that you might have on this wonderful cabin that we now own.
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