|Paul Price (#47351424)|
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|Born in Kermit, Texas to Paul Price Jr and Mona Jean Boggs. Married the love of my life, Sherry L Helgren, (Swedish/French ancestry). The surnames that I am researching include: Price, Boggs, Liles, Helgren, Rotge, Newcomer and others listed as virtual cemeteries.|
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|Sue Barron Bruton||Email us|
Hi Ya Paul,
Gary and Sue Bruton here. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can help with the connection of David. Sue who you are friends with on FB has proofed her DRT descendant Samuel Chance. First to do so. Email and will share phone number if you wish.
And almost time for us to visit Jacob Price and do a quick fall clean up of him and Winnie.
|Patricia Lenaburg||RE: Inscription?|
Paul, the inscription was added, because I didn't know where all the children were buried. I wanted to make sure all the children were mentioned.
I don't know where Emily is buried this number was put on here by Deb. Pat
|Patricia Lenaburg||RE: Inscription?|
Paul, sorry it has taken so long to answer you. I haven' been on the computer in mons.
David MC Chance was, the son of Samuel Chance, of the 1st 300 to TX. Samuel was the son of, Vincent Chance who died in LA, I believe if memory serves me, West Feliciana. I don't remember a Vinnie.
|Vonnie L Cantrell||Vincent Chance|
This is not my line, so I have not researched it as necessitated and deserved. I am working on a research-intensive project and the skeletal information I have is collateral.
I try to record information on Find A Grave. As a result, I am contacted every day by descendants who tell me they had no idea their ancestor fought in the American Revolution. The extra time I spend recording the information is time well spent.
You know, Paul, despite the information recorded in Vincent Chance's bio, I am not sure that Samuel Chance was the son of Vincent. The dates are correct, the naming pattern fits, and the migratory pattern fits. Still, I just don't think it was a father / son relationship.
On ancestry.com, the children of Vincent Chance were listed as:
Elijah James Chance
James Monroe Chance
Vincent Chance, Jr
I checked the DAR GRS (not to insult you intelligence: many people do not realize that is shorthand for Genealogical Research System). You may access that site at dar.org: you don't have to be a member. The children documented by the DAR:
The DAR documents mean only that descendants of those four children have joined the DAR using Vincent Chance as their lineal ancestor. Ancestry.com is rife with error, so is not a definite.
I checked revwarapps.org, but could not find the Application for Revolutionary War Pension of Vincent Chance. He seems to have filed one, because there is a reference to: "U.S. House of Representative Private Claims, Vol. 1". I cannot access it, though: sometimes, the Pension Application will list the names of the children. Of course, my computer is acting up, so I cannot access revwarapps.org. A Samuel Chance and a James Chance both filed for RW pension, but I haven't been able to check whether the names of their children were on the applications. Perhaps you can check.
It is so funny that you ask me about Samuel Chance, one of the Old 300. I am from Spartanburg, SC, and worked for a German company which supplied wire harnesses to BMW. My company asked me to go to Mexico to resolve an inventory problem as I am certified APICS (Certified in Production and Inventory Management) and I speak German (or use to: if you don't use it, you lose it). The Germans didn't speak Spanish and the Mexicans didn't speak German, so the company was willing to pay me the price I demanded to move to Mexico.
I switched back and forth: sometimes living in Mexico and sometimes in Texas. I took classes in the history of Texas at the University of Texas. A distant cousin of mine, Caleb Bostic, was one of the Old 300 as was a second cousin twice removed of my husband: my married name is Gilliand, a shortened form of Gilliland. His cousin was Daniel Gilleland, whose grandfather was James Gilliland, one of the Heroes who fought at the Battle of King's Mountain.
Sorry I couldn't help you.
|Ron L. Hooper||RE: Long Lost Cousin|
Absolutely wonderful to hear from you. I would be happy to help you in any way I can.
From now and forward...use my email:
|Laurie Conner||Kinard family|
Hello Again Paul,
I still would like to get in touch with you about John G Kinard who's memorial you manage. I know you are related to the Liles family, and I am in contact with Marilyn Liles. Anyway, please shoot me a message if you can, I'd love to speak with you.
|Sincerely Yours||RE: Transfer maintenance|
At this time I do not wish to transfer anyone in the Buck family. I have done a lot of research on this family. My grandmother was a Buck.
|cbcal||RE: Related Grave Records|
Paul, sorry to take so long to respond to your request. I've transferred the record to you as requested.
Added by cbcal on Mar 17, 2015 10:57 AM
You're very welcome. Glad the picture helped!
|Debra Rodgers Blackmon||RE: Transfer of Serena Schoolcraft|
I am the great great grandson of Serena Schoolcraft Lindsey, #110705375. Sould you consider transferring her site to my ownership/maintenance, Paul Price, #47351424?
Thank you for the development of her grave record. I am researching the family.
Dear 3rd Cousin, Paul,
Serena Schoolcraft RODGERS VanPelt Lindsey is also my 2nd G-grandma. Not to worry, she remains in tender loving care.
I look forward to sharing family research and intel with you. Please connect with me via Ancestry.com. Look for the Whitlock_Rodgers_Blackmon public tree.
Debra Rodgers Blackmon
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