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|Amanda Jowers||RE: Hicks Stanfill|
You're welcome. We have Lexington Cemetery completely photographed and online at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tnhender/cemLEX.html
There are too many to upload them all to Find A Grave so I just do them as needed. If you need any others check us out. :)
|Diana Brooks McBay 46807288||RE: Eppey Tillery|
the transfer has been completed
|Stephanie Wenther||RE: Leet's/Tayor's Headstoned|
Go to maps.google.com and enter this exact information:
N 38° 24' 11.8'' W 085° 27' 00.5''
Zoom in on the photo and switch it to satellite so you can see the houses/trees/etc. I went to the very end of Hickory Spring Court, cut in between the houses where you can see the opening in the fence line, followed behind the houses and then climbed a fence to get to the cemetery. You could also pull up into the driveway from the house on Highway 393 (I didn't write down the exact address - it is about 2749 Highway 329 in Buckner, north of Highway 146) and just walk to the very back of their backyard. It is very well maintained and very pretty.
Glad I was able to help!
|Rev. John Rogers||Visit to Daviess County|
Brad told me you were coming back to Daviess County, hope to get to see you while you are in area.
|Jo Anne (Neely) Gomez||RE: George Neeley|
Hi there, sorry for the delay in getting back with you. My gr gr grandfather, JT (John Thomas) Neely, was from Logan Co., KY area as far as I know, the family (from written accounts I was given by my great aunt - her grandfather)my Neely's migrated from KY to Montgomery Co. and near Springfield, IL then to Wise Co. and Collin Co., TX and from there to OK. My gr grandfather, Robert Jason Neely, was a pioneer settler of the South Creek Township near Lincoln County, OK. I do have a book I bought years ago from a lady Grace Renshaw called "Neely Narrative", I haven't found the names you mention in either the book or my own genealogy research. If I or you find a connection somewhere I hope to let you know or you let me know. Happy to help and sorry there seems to be no connection right now. Happy hunting (smile), it's taken me YEARS to get as much info as I have and many others helping me. Thanks for your query and good luck to you.
|Howard A Sutherland||RE: James Sutherland|
Don't see a connection to James. Most of my family came through New York. There were quite a few Sutherlands that came through Virginia but we are not closely related to them.
|James Theron Wells||RE: James Sutherland (Sutherlin)|
Mark~~Most of the people you named are associated with Daviess County, Kentucky where I was born and raised. William Southerland and Judah "Judy" Hubbard Southerland are my third great grandparents. William was born in Virginia and died in Union County, Tennesse. Their son, Evan, is my 2nd/ great grand uncle, and he married Eliza Jane Lynch. Their daughter, Mary Matilda Sutherlin is my first cousin once removed. I do not know why she changed the spelling of Southerland, but her whole family's name was spelled Southerland. She married James M. Mills. His father was Marcus R. Mills and he enlisted twice in the Union Army during the Civil War, which he survived. Marcus married Melinda Jane Sutherlin. Her father was James Sutherlin and her mother was Rachel Gwinn. Rachel was also married to James Madison Howard.
I have all of this and more information on my
S(o)utherland Family Tree on Ancestry. (It was my own maternal grandmother who took the 'o' out of the surname.) If you have an account with Ancestry, I can invite you to view my tree. If not, I can print out information on anyone you want. You can use my e-mail to reply. Thanks for your interest.
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|Marsha Holder||Barnes in Mississippi|
Mark, I am sorry there isn't much I can tell you about the Barnes. My 4th great grandfather was W. R. Barnes (1833-1919), Company B, 10 MS Calvary and on his civil war pension, he stated he was Irish. We know that he was on the Tishomingo County Mississippi 1850 census as a farm hand and would marry the daughter of the family he was living with later that year. Know of no other family except an old maid sister that would later come to live with him. My Granny, born in 1905, remembered him a being a redheaded Irishman. Besides his direct line of Barnes, I grew up with a lot of other Barnes in my community that we were not directly related to but that would marry into either my mother's or my father's family. Sorry I can't help anymore than that. Marsha
|D & J Long||Louis Stuart #82982565|
Hi, Mark. Is there any way you can turn your photo clockwise for Mr. Louis?? Thanks, Jane Long
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