|Ginger (Barry) Shea (#47403844)|
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|Jane Stacy Eubanks||Truman H. Elwell|
The picture I added was on the cemetery page, not on Mr Elwell's memorial page. You should click the "EDIT" button at the top of Mr Elwell's memorial. You can then communicate directly with Michael Bryan and have him transfer the page to you or add the bio information. Good luck, sorry I couldn't help you.
|Tricia the Spirit Chaser🌺||RE: Jason N. Brunin|
That would be great. You can add the photo yourself, if you want, just click on the add a photo button. Or I will add it if you want to email it with the bio. Thanks.
|Toby||RE: Samuel Watson|
To which Samuel Watson are you referring? Col. Watson had NO known brothers. Although some family historians claim his father was William Wattson of PA, the evidence supporting this claim is weak.
Of Samuel's documented children, he did have a son, John Watson, but his wife's name was not Margaret. Some family historians claim his first wife's name was Elizabeth, but there's no evidence of this either. This John moved to Hardin County, Tennessee somewhere after 1817 or so, marrying Nancy Holt. A few people show him with a wife, Martha L., but I've never found any evidence to this. John does not specifically name his wife in his LWT, but refers to a Mary who may have been one.
So . . . . either you have your information from undocumented sources OR you've gotten your line confused with that of David and Hannah Watson's children who also lived in York County, SC. Several egregious errors have been made confusing Col. Samuel Watson with a man called by military & civil authorities, Samuel Watson Jr. This Samuel was about 20 years younger than Col. Watson and also served in the Revolution. He had a brother, John, who died while a prisoner after the Battle of Briar Ridge.
I have researched this "other" Watson family (as I have the third Watson family in York County), but am not an expert on it. Most of the descendants of David and Hannah moved to Pike County, MIssouri. The final Watson family of York County was that of James Watson (possibly Col. Watson's uncle). His only son, William, left no issue.
I, therefore, am puzzled at your message. I fear you've been led astray by the numerous error-filled family history pages/trees that have proliferated on the internet.
Added by Toby on Oct 08, 2012 7:43 AM
|Vivian Smith||RE: Linda A. Smith #9482672|
I have made the link. I would be glad to transfer the memorial to you if you would like. If so please contact me direct at my email address. Vivian
|Diane Jones||Mary Elizabeth George|
Ginger, According to the Coweta County Cemetery Book she is listed as Mrs. Drury Banks and is buried in Row # 8 Grave # 16 At White Oak Church.
It simply reads Mrs. Drury Banks, no dates. I have her dates as 1765 - 1830. His grave is # 15. I hope this helps. Diane
|Brenda and Charles Bailey||RE: William Bailey|
Im sorry Ginger, I don't know her name either. If you learn anything else on him or her please share with me. thanks, brenda