|Katie Kennedy (#47464058)|
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History degree and work at a probate law firm in downtown Houston, Texas. Searching for my ancestors.|
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|C Stin||RE: Wallis|
I live on the Neches River in Tyler County.
Tell your Dad hello from me. Also do you'll have any photographs of Mary T or her parents ?
Sent you an email on our Wallis families.
Your new found cousin,
Added by C Stin on Nov 10, 2012 10:07 AM
|C Stin||RE: Lem Kay|
So glad to meet you. Your gg-grandmother Mary Thompson Wallis Kay was my gg-grandfathers sister.
Their parents were John & Elizabeth Taylor Wallis,they moved to Smith county in 1859 with their children from Alabama. Mary T was born in Alabama.
I have our Wallis Family documented back from the mid 1700, when they came to the Carolina Colony, was owned by Britian.
I have a Map that shows ggg-grandfathers name on his property in SC. The deed when he sold it. His 1st wife died there and is buried on a private cemetery that connected to his property. A letter from the man who bought it stating she is buried there.
Their is a lot of John's family (Brothers,Uncles ect:) on findagrave.
Oh I could go on and on,lol.
If you have any questions, go to my findagrave profile, email me. I will try and help.
Later new cousin,
Added by C Stin on Nov 09, 2012 3:29 PM
|Cecil Vaden Jr.||Effie Moffett @ Forest Park Cemetery in Houston|
I see you added a picture request for Effie Moffett @ Forest Park Cemetery in Houston. I try to go there at least every other week. If you would call the cemetery at 713-928-5141 and get a "SECTION" and "LOT" I will try to get the picture you want. This is a very large (225+) acre cemetery and without a location would be very hard to find.
Cecil Vaden Jr
Find A Grave # 46998439
|Norris Long||RE: Kennedy|
I try to include flowers when possible in the grave marker photos which adds to the total picture. Thank you and good luck with exploring your family tree.
|Kaydmay||James R Waties Photo|
Thanks a million!!This was a big help! I didn't know when he died.
I am working on a project with the Harris County District Clerk's Office, assisting in the research and writing of biographical sketches for each of the County/District Clerks from 1837 through the present. James R. Waties served as Clerk of the Civil District Court 1892-1896 for Judge Sam. H. BrashearóCivil District Court.
Col. James R. Waties, mustered in to Troop B, 1st Regiment, Cavalry Houston Cavalry April-July, 1898
(enrollment list)Col. James R. Waties, May 15, 1898 - Brigader General James R. Waties mustered out April 13, 1901,Detachment, 1st Regiment, Cavalry
I thought you might a little background info. Thanks again. Kay
Added by Kaydmay on Oct 02, 2011 7:42 PM
|Florence Mayo||RE: Catherine Erwin|
You are welcome. If there is anything else I can do just ask. My maiden name is Kennedy lol to funny
|L Howsen||RE: John F. Hairston|
You are very welcome...
Added by L Howsen on Aug 15, 2011 8:03 AM
|Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan||Glenwood Cemetery, Houston|
I have updated all your requests. Thanks,
|May Ashby Royer||RE: Dismukes|
I am not related to the dismukes. I just like having families linked up. I have been working on a cemetery here in Mineral wells for about 3 years now. I did research and Georgia Brien was born 1885 in Texas Died Dec 12, 1979 Harris Co Texas. She is the wife of Leon Oden Dismuke. Dana Dismuke is their daughter Born in Harris Co texas. If you will link Dana to her parents and the info I would appreciate it. I will link Leon to Georgia. Or if you dont want to mess with it you can transfer then over to me. Thank you for thinking of me though. It is appreciated. Keep up the good work!
|Paula M Brown||RE: Thomas Elsbury|
No Worries! Thank you for getting back with me. Looking forward to hearing back from you. Paula
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