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|Wilma Younger Norton||RE: Francis Wallace|
As far as I know, she is not a daughter of Thomas, there is no mention of her in the family Bible where all the other children are named.
|Sheila Buie||RE: Thank you!|
Thank you so much! I'm glad you have done the research you have and have all the info, much of what I look for wouldn't be possible to be found if not for your records. Thank you again and pleasure to meet you as well distant cousin :)
|Sheila Buie||Thank you!|
Thank you very much for all of the info you provide! It has been a great help to me doing my research for my family tree. I think you and I may be somehow related. Jacob B Freeman was my great great great grandfather who married Amanda Dixon. One of their daughters, Nancy Caroline Freeman married William Leroy Bivans (my great great grandfather) and their son William Marshall Bivans (my great grandfather) married Lula Gilbert who gave birth to my grandfather, Ford Wayne Bivans.
|Wilma Younger Norton||RE: Dr, Abe Black|
Thanks for the note. I had not seen that before, just wish it had expounded more on Dr. Abe Black. Thomas Hill Black had five sons, Wm. Spencer, Abraham L., John N., and James K.P. and an infant who died shortly after birth. Wm. Spencer is my 2nd great grandfather, Abe L. born 1833 died 1864, John N. 1838 to 1862, J.K.P. (doctor) 1840-1920. If Abraham L. was a doctor, I found no record of it. According to the Black Bible, Abe L. and John N. both died during Civil War, JKP also served in the war but made it home to become a doctor and lived a long life. Possibly the Dr. Abe Black Turnbo spoke of belonged to a different Tom? Or perhaps his memory was faulty? To my knowledge, JKP was the only doctor in that family. At least the only one I found records to prove he was a doctor.
|Ann McGuire||Warner Cemetery|
Hello, I am interested in the resources you used to detail the information concerning the Warner Cemetery in Bedford County TN. You mention family records. I am a Warner and have been researching my family for the past 15 years. By chance I happened upon your posting on Find a Grave. I do believe the my Warner family is the same group or relatives of the ones interred in the cemetery in Bedford County. The names are the same. The thing that throws me is that this same group owned land in Carroll and Perry County and Henderson County. I loose them after the Civil War. Thanks for any insight you might provide.
|Jill Martin||RE: Flint|
Thank you for your note. His life was short but impacted a wide group of people. Miss him everyday.
|rhondajo||RE: Baailey Freeman|
Hi! There were two Bailey Freemans who were born in the late 1700s in Wilkes Co GA. The one who was born in 1781 married Mary Maxie and is buried in the Freeman Cemetery in Jasper Co GA. He is descended from Hartwell Freeman. The other Bailey Freeman, which is my ancestor, was born in 1798, married Elizabeth Smith and is buried in Villa Rica in Carroll Co GA. I feel as though they might be related, because of the Bailey name and I wonder if Bailey's mother, Lucy, who is also a Freeman is of that line? Also, in one of the early census records there is a Bailey Freeman listed on the line above Gabriel. He couldn't have been my Bailey because he was too young at that time. Your Bailey would have been 19 and old enough to be on the census. Because, he was listed on the line just above Gabriel, I'm wondering if they were related by Lucy? Lucy's brother or cousin? Is that who my Bailey was named after? So many questions....thanks for your comment. I'm quite sure we are distant cousins.. :)
Added by rhondajo on Nov 10, 2014 5:57 PM
Thanks for all the recent info on the Brinson family. Reamey Winn
|Ron Carroll||RE: Huldah Wilhoite, b. 1844 Bedford County TN|
Thanks for the quick response.
I think it's more likely that the H. B. Wilhoite female in the 1860 census was Huldah Brinson (?) Wilhoite, and that she married William Thomas Thompson.
The 1924 death certificate Huldy (Wilhoite) Thompson indicates that she was born in Bedford County TN in 1844.
There are only a few Wilhoites in 1850 and 1860 Bedford County and Marshall County. Based on the census records, there was only one Huldah Wilhoite in the 1850 census.
IMO, if you don't have proof of a childhood death, the 1860 census record for H.B. Wilhoite and the 1924 death certificate for Huldy (Wilhoite) Thompson seem much more plausible as a connection to the 1850 census record.
John Warner + Eunice Dixon were my 4x ggp's - I descend through their son, Samuel Warner.
|Ron Carroll||Huldah Wilhoite, b. 1844 Bedford County TN|
How certain are you that Huldah Wilhoite, daughter of John Wilhoite + Huldah Brinson Warner died as a child in 1851?
She and two of her brothers were living with their maternal grandmother, Eunice Dixon (wife of John Warner), in the 1850 Bedford County TN census, as noted on her memorial.
H. B. Wilhoite, a female born in 1844 Tennessee, was living with Huldah Wilhote's maternal aunt, Mary Eunice Warner (+ John W. Rutledge) in the 1860 Bedford County TN census.
I can only find one Huldah Wilhoite in the 1850 Tennessee census.
There's a 1924 Tennessee death certificate for a Huldy Wilhoite, born 21 Feb 1844 in Bedford County TN. She had been the wife of William Thomas Thompson
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