|Janet Herron Tucker (#47333060)|
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Researching Herron, Wagner, Ferrell, Eversole, Whitt, McDaniel, Hacker, McClure and a few others. These names are all direct family lines......Of particular interest are Laurel, Pulaski, Kenton, and Boone Counties in Kentucky.....If you are more closely related to those I have added, I will gladly transfer to you.|
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|larry montgomery||5th Cousin Once Removed.|
Hi Cousin, We are both descendants of Charles Burns of Henry Co. Va. Two of his sons are our ancestors. You are descended from William Burns of Clay Co. Kentucky. I am descended from his brother Alexander Burns of Blount Co. AL. Both and 4 other brothers were all Revolutionary War soldiers. I am CCC Compulsive Cousin Collector and while researching William Burns' descendants I ran across your excellent series of findagrave entries. Your informative info on your entries prompted me to drop you a line.
Give me a snailmail address and I will print out and mail to you ancestors you may not have...back on Mary Ann Martin Burns' lines back to UK in the 1500s.
I am a retired widower with free time on my hands and love to share info. The joy of Family Tree Research for me is being able to share. Let me share with you.
Larry Jordan Montgomery
P.O. Box 1562
Anniston, Alabama 36202
email at PLCM@cableone.net
P.S. No Strings!
|Susan Bailey||Ellen McKinney Hacker|
Thank you so much for your replies. No need to delete your memorial - maybe just amend the cemetery name? I would love to see the photo you have. If you'd like to email me directly, feel free at email@example.com It appears we might be related somehow! - Susan Bailey
W. J. HERREN, one of the Marion county, Ore., pioneers and a prominent citizen, died of the grip Tuesday, aged 67. He was one of the pathfinders going overland to Oregon in 1845 from Missouri. He was the first discoverer of gold in Eastern Oregon and was prominent in the Democratic party of the State.
The Pittsburg Dispatch, Thursday, April 16, 1891
Added by Barbara on May 29, 2014 9:57 AM
|Kerry S||RE: Winnie Williams|
Thanks for quick response. I have following info:
31 Jan, 1794 Clark County Kentuck Book 1 pg 6. Joshua Bartlett marries Winny Herring ( She gives own consent) Witnesses Daniel Williams, Dudley Curly; surety, Robinson Hunt.
(Note Daniel Williams may be Winny's brother)
Church Records: In Clark Co Kentucky the Llubegrud Baptist Church records show that John Herring returned on June 3, 1794 Winifred was kicked out of the church for marrying while already married. Source: Llulbegrud Baptist Church Records found on LDS Family History Library film # 183, 193.
Winny Williams married John Herring on 19 May 1788 in Madison Co, Kentucky. John Herring disappeared from Boonsboro & Winnie probably thought he had been killed by the Indians. When he came back in 1794, she was married to both men. She stayed with Joshua Bartlett.
In Joshua's 1812 Pension file, Winnie states that her maiden name is Williams. Also listed in Marriages of Clark Co, KY 1792-1851 pg &, in DAR Library, Washington. DC.
Note: Joshua Bartlett died 22 Apr 1828. He was buried in an unmarked grave covered by a slab stone on the South side of Falling Water just West of Hwy 70 , next to his daughter, Dorcas Whitaker who died young. (There are 3 slab stone markers here) There is a memorial marker at Brown's Mill Cemetery, Putnam Tennessee. Seems that this marker has incorrect date of 1831.
Above information sent by Bartlett Researcher.
I do not have proof of daughter of Winnie & John Herring, although I have seen it in ancestry trees. I hesitate to include it in mine.
Likely child could have been born. Where did you get info ? Question is why did John leave & gone so long & what happened to him?
Added by Kerry S on May 15, 2014 7:26 AM
|Kerry S||Winnie Williams|
Do you have info on John Herring- 1st husband of Winnie Williams married to Joshua Bartlett.
I see you left message on Find A Grave.
I have marriage of John & Winnie & info that he left & was thought killed by Indians. When he returned in 1794, Winnie was married to Joshua Bartlett.
Then what happened t John?
Do you know if they had any children? Someone left not that they possibly had daughter?
Thanks for any info or help.
Added by Kerry S on May 14, 2014 11:57 PM
I am in Pilgrims Rest Cem placing pictures and doing edits to try to get this cem up to date
You have placed a stone pic on this person
Mr Mike the owner of your person Has your person in the wrong Cem
Your picture should be placed in the East Bernstadt Pilgrims Rest Cem, not in (Black Water) Pilgrims Rest.
Please see if you can get your person in the correct place.
Added by Corina J on Mar 19, 2014 12:50 PM
|Larry Herrin||Herring info|
I have done recent research which indicates that Peyton likely is of the Pittsylvania CO., VA Herrings. I'm looking for a Herring researcher to share my information with so that we can assist each other. Thanks.
|Graver Gal||Alma Herrin|
I only took the information from her death certificate, which are notoriously wrong about half the time. LOL.
I have no problem changing it. Nor do I have a problem transferring Alma to you. I am not related. Only transcribing the cemetery.
|JR||Babara Ann "Nana" Gill Hatten|
Added by JR on Feb 03, 2014 5:24 PM
|Susan Kelly||RE: Amanda McCulloch Herren|
Thank you, Amanda, I enjoy the work and glad I can be of help to others, like yourself. If there is any other information you have, that you would like added to her memorial, I would be happy to do so.
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