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Diane Click (#47339764)
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Joe Click
Click Family
Hello. I was wondering which clan of Clicks you decend from? I am from the Clicks in Dent County Missouri who left Tennessee in 1849. Stephen and Susie Skiles are my great great grandparents
Added by Joe Click on Oct 15, 2013 5:34 PM
Click Relation?

Hello. I tracked you down from Gedmatch, it appears you and I are a DNA match. I am interested in finding out how we connect. I do know that I have a 2nd Great Grandmother whose first husband was a CLICK and they had one daughter together before he died. She also has two Sisters that married into the CLICK family. Would love to hear from you to see how we might connect!

Added by Gwen on Sep 11, 2013 9:16 PM
Tom Streetman
Jesse E. Allen
Jesse has been transferred to you. I have many Allens and Fulghams in my line, too.

I sent an email to you back on January 17th and never received a response. I was hoping to discuss the Henry Fulgham family.

Added by Tom Streetman on May 06, 2013 7:38 AM
Richard Tisdale
Peter Tisdale
Diane, I transferred him to you, I look forward to see the additions. Take care, Richard Tisdale
Added by Richard Tisdale on May 06, 2013 5:01 AM
Barbara Lintner
RE: Click
Yes he did take it very hard but he was at fault because he had been drinking, at least he thought he was at fault and he never drove are drank again....he was a wonderful person and if you look at his gravesite in the Tioga cemetery you will see a picture of him and my oldest son...he loved the kids and when they would turn 1 year old he would set them in the candy case and they could help themselves to a few handfuls of candy...I also have the silver dollors that he gave each one of my kids when they were born.
Added by Barbara Lintner on Mar 29, 2013 3:02 AM
Barbara Lintner
I bet the man you talked to in the nursing home was Tom's father, because his mom and dad were divorced and I can't remember what his wife's name was but she was my mother's cousin and she lived in Arizona in 1994 when we had a big family reunion in Virginia.
Added by Barbara Lintner on Mar 28, 2013 6:19 AM
Barbara Lintner
RE: Click
I know exactly who you are talking about and they are buried in the Collinsville Cemetery and if you look up #87420336 you will find The Willett lady and it has her parents information on her memorial and also has pictures of her....she was married to Clyde Willett who lived her in Tioga all my life and he was driving the car that she was killed in and that was the last time he ever drove...he worked as a butcher in Henry Ball's grocery store here in Tioga and walked every where he went...he married again and had a daughter Laura Mae Vaughn and she is buried in the Tioga Cemetery...I was the one that found all the obituary stuff for her and the write up about the wreck and sent them to the lady that is in charge of her memorial...I had wondered at the time I found all this information if she was related to Tom Click...Glad I could help, Happy Hunting.
Added by Barbara Lintner on Mar 28, 2013 6:16 AM
Barbara Lintner
I noticed you had Frank McCullum's memorial and I have his daughter Margaret's mailing address, she lives in Sherman.
Added by Barbara Lintner on Mar 27, 2013 9:28 PM
Barbara Lintner
I have a cousin in Arkansas by the name of Tom Click and his father was from the Collinsville area...are you related?
Added by Barbara Lintner on Mar 27, 2013 9:26 PM
Barbara Lintner
You ask if I knew if your grandmother Sullie McCollum and her daughter Octie were buried in the Tioga cemetery and I checked and there are 3 McCullums ther but none by these names. I wtransfer the memorial you requested. Whne requesting a transfer or change it makes it a lot easier if you will always use the edit tab on the memorial.
Added by Barbara Lintner on Mar 27, 2013 9:25 PM
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