I've been working on genelogy for years now. I am finally getting things organized piece by piece and name by name. I am working on my own and my husbands. I love to find the connections between us all! Some of the names that I'm working on are: Snow Reynolds Flippo Yarbrough Baker Southerland Devin Robinson Van Doren Mell Glastetter
RE: Flemon and Anna Watson Fina was Flemon's daughter by his first wife, Clara Belle 'Smith'. She died when Fina was small and Annie raised her after she and Flemon were married. Fina married Sam Douthit. Thanks!
Van Doren in Clinton, IA. I also took photos for Christina & Peter Van Doren, Charles Wilden and LeRoy & Elsie Wilden...all buried in the same lot. If not already listed, I'll add and transfer to you. If listed with no photos, will add. Diane
RE: Troy Sparks Nope, don't have it in my records. On any that I enter, if I have a middle name that I'm sure of I add it. Are you related to him? His mom is related to me, forget exactly how right now.
RE: Snow Family this is the reply you sent and I don't know if I sent you anything back on it.
"Bev- Yes I do think we are related! I do hope I am talking about the same Wiley Snow you are! Are you talking about the Wiley Snow who was born in 1819 and died in 1893? The Wiley who married Catherine Scott? If so I know a couple of generations before him! Wiley, according to my records is the son of William Billy Snow and Mahala Braswell and the Grandson of Ebenezer Snow and Sally Wicker. I am related to William's brother Solomon B. Snow."
My grandma Vaughn is Wiley's granddaughter, she always told me that Wiley's parent's names were Alex or Elec and Rachel 'Sparks' Snow. One lady quite a while back remembered seeing those names but I've been unable to find anything on them. The dates for g.g.grpa match for what you have. All I know to do is go with what you have. Everyone that has info has pretty much the same thing. If it's the same line and I think it is the lineage goes all the way back to an Ebenezer Snow that came over on the Mayflower. Had you heard anything on that? We need to compare notes sometime!
RE: MODENA REYNOLDS Good eyes. Since she died in 2005 she could not have married anyone in 2007, so it must have been a typo. Since you are related would you like me to transfer the memorial to you? Marie
1863 book A book published in 1863, "Life in the South: From the Commencement of the War" by Catherine Cooper Hopley, (published by Chapman and Hall, 1863), p. 244: "The oldest tombstone to be found is a small square granite slab with an inscription, in quaint old carving, to the memory of RICHARD YARBROUGH, 1702, Aged 87."