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Jim Barrett (#47349277)
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I'm a member of the Timpson Area Genealogical and Heritage Society, the Weaver Cemetery Association (Shelby Co., TX), the Amulet (Powell) Cemetery Association (Hood Co., TX) and the Capt. Jessa Amason Camp No. 282 Sons of Confederate Veterans(Shelby Co., TX).

My wife and I have been doing genealogy for over 35 years and live in the northwest section of Shelby Co.
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Love in Family
RE: A Jarrell Barrett
This has become a passion for me as I am now photographing each cemetery I come to and recording the data on Find a grave from this digital file. I enjoy it and I hope some where down the line it helps someone learn a little more about their family. So Mr. Barrett it is a pleasure ! I added Arthur to A Jarrell Barrett's memorial, thanks ! Bren
Added by Love in Family on Oct 20, 2015 7:06 AM
Love in Family
A Jarrell Barrett
Thanks for the catch on the date error !!Do you happen to know what the letter A stands for ? thanks in advance bren
Added by Love in Family on Oct 20, 2015 6:49 AM
Amanda (Fancher) Carruth
RE: Harriet Fancher
As far as I know, her maiden name was Johnson. Her parents were Josiah and Priscella (Gallagher) Johnson. She was married to Johnson Fancher - so her maiden surname and husband's first name were both Johnson! :)
Added by Amanda (Fancher) Carruth on Aug 06, 2015 10:51 AM
Amanda (Fancher) Carruth
Harriet Fancher
Jim,
Harriett Fancher was my 3rd great grandmother. As I don't know much about her (still researching), I can give you a missing piece of information. Her name was Harriett M. Johnson Fancher. She was born in 1823, although I do not know the exact date (yet). Her and Johnson were married Feb. 20, 1838. If you could update this information or transfer the 2 records to me, I would greatly appreciate it.

Harriett: #59461664
Thomas J. (son): #42388425

Thanks!
Amanda
Added by Amanda (Fancher) Carruth on Jan 16, 2015 10:41 AM
James Edmundson
Great photos!
Thanks for preserving some history Jim.
Added by James Edmundson on Feb 03, 2014 1:11 PM
Love in Family
barrett book
do you have any copies left to sell ? I am interested in obtaining a copy.
Added by Love in Family on Sep 17, 2013 3:57 PM
Duffie and Kathy
Christopher Koonce
Mary seems to be inactive. You might want to send this to edit at Find A Grave. D & K

Weaver Cemetery, Shelby Co., TX
Mary,

I see that you added three people with the surname Koonce to this cemetery. I suggest that you put them in the wrong cemetery. I beleive they may be in the Weaver Cemetery in Comanche County, TX

"Shelby County, TX in the Civil War" compiled by Katheryn Hooper Davis & Carolyn Reeves Ericson provides the following.

Koonce, Christopher C.
Born: 30 May 1833 Claiborne Parish, LA
Died: 24 March 1915 Gorman, TX
Buried: Weaver Cemetery, Gorman, TX
Spouse: Louisa A. Chandler, m. 23 December 1858 Nacogdoches Co., TX
Service: Co. K, Texas Volunteer Infantry. Enlisted 13 February 1862 at Rusk, TX, later in Co. A, 11th Regiment Texas Infantry.
Pension: Received small pension and 1280 acres of land in Comanche Co., TX
Parents: James Carol & Susan (Johnson) Koonce
Comments: One of his legs was shot off below the knee during the War. Confederate Land Grant in Comanche Co. #313 issued 12 August 1881.

Added by Jim Barrett on Sep 26, 2010 3:10 PM
Added by Duffie and Kathy on Sep 30, 2010 7:39 PM
Wilma Liles
RE: John Koonce
That was nice of you. Thank you once again. I guess over the years oral family history has gotten the cemetery mixed up. That figures!
Thank You,
Wilma Liles
Added by Wilma Liles on Sep 27, 2010 8:30 AM
Wilma Liles
John Koonce
Thank you for all your effort and time.
It may be that his headstone is gone also.

Wilma Liles
Added by Wilma Liles on Sep 26, 2010 5:03 PM
 

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