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|LINDA GOMILA||Verna Cummings|
Dear L. Sewell,
This little grave is on my property (Linda Bailey Gomila) at the top of the hill on Bailey Road. I am so afraid it will be destroyed, and I would love to have this little baby moved to Bear Creek with her parents and siblings before her grave is desecrated or destroyed. I had timber cutters in this week, and I was terrified that they had destroyed the grave.
I am not sure the area was actually named Coon Dog. There was a church there on land donated by my grandfather Turner Bailey, with the stipulation it would be returned to the family if it disbanded. My Uncle John McCoy after church one Sunday laughingly said, "There are so many dogs here...We should rename this church, Coon Dog." I don't know what the real name was, but the name Coon Dog stuck. Only one little baby was buried here before this church disbanded. Her name appears to be Verna on the tombstone. It was hard to photograph because of the hardware cloth being so close to the tombstone.
|Tim Goodwin||RE: Zachariah Roquemore|
Thank you for your offer. I did find some other sources that say Zachariah is buried at Tennell Chapel Cemetery and I sent a photo request. Hopefully a local FAGer will be able to take a picture. Also, the Find A Grave GPS location for the chapel and cemetery was off by about a half mile, and they just corrected it - google maps street view has images of both. Otherwise, I don't have any information on Zachariah's parents or siblings - that's the only information I'm looking for. Most information after Zachariah's generation is available elsewhere. Thank you again, and it seems we may be very distant cousins - always good to meet family :-).
|Tim Goodwin||Zachariah Roquemore|
I saw your post for Julia F. Roquemore:
"Julia Ann Frances McGiboney, born August 7, 1818. Wife of Zachariah Roquemore (1809-1868 & bur. in Barbour Co., Tennell Chapel). Mother to Mary A. Elizabeth (1834) & James A. Roquemore (1835)."
I'm researching my Roquemore roots and I'm very interested in Zachariah. I haven't been able to find any information about him or his burial place. I'd be grateful for any information.
How are you doing today???
I havent heard from u in awhile.
|Ryan Hunsinger||RE: Hutson|
Which one of the hudson's u related too?
sorry to tell u this.
in 1900 aunt beulah was listed as a Hutson.
i got all the census records from Elisha to Joseph D to Buelah Hutson.
Hello, are u related to the hutson family? Thanks ryan.
|Robin Clegg||Clegg's in Girard Cemetery|
I am researching the Clegg's. My husband is a descendent of William Campbell Clegg and I saw where you posted info on his brothers John and James. Could you contact me to share info? Thanks
|Liz Brown||Maud Henderson|
Do you know if Maud was married to John Dawson Slay and had a son named James? James Slay and his mother Maud Henderson were living in Columbus, Muscogee, GA in 1940.
|David Parker||O.K. Cummings|
Glad you enjoyed the picture. It was in the possessions of my wife's grandmother (Julia Ray Ware Bailey) who was a sister to O.K.'s mother (Crickett Ware Cummings). Grandmother Bailey's parents were Crin Ware and his second wife, Josephine Cummings (dau. of Celia Franks and David H Cummings)--so yes, my wife is descended from both the Ware and the Cummings families.
|Gene Smith||Smith Family Genealogy|
Clifford Dewitt Smith was my 2nd cousin (2x removed). I have done a lot of family history research and would love to share it with you.
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