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HistoryNut (#47604286)
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Bio Photo I am a history nut and I love old cemeteries. I don't like to think people are "lost" and that drives me to find my ancestors and their final resting places.
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Gwen
RE: Johnny McCauley
If you will search for Tera Eola Larkins you should find my McCaffrey/Loggins Tree. Her dates are Birth 6 Jan 1863 in Humphreys County, Tennessee, USA Death 16 February 1930 in Yorkville, Gibson, Tennessee, USA. Great Grandma Tera Eola had a one of a kind name. I don't know where to search with the name. Once you get there you can search anyone with the box.
Added by Gwen on Jul 16, 2015 7:53 PM
Gwen
RE: Johnny McCauley
I do have a tree on line at Ancestry. I also have been linked through DNA to John McCauley and his wife Mary "Polly" Moore. John McCauley's father was William McCauley. He and his brother, Mathew McCauley are both recognized DAR Patriots. William served in the Orange County, NC legislature and Mathew was a Captain of the Orange County Militia. Both men are part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Added by Gwen on Jul 14, 2015 8:14 PM
Charlotte McCauley
Benjamin F. McCauley, Sr.
Am searching for any and all info on the McCauley Family of Howard, Pike, and Polk Counties. Found this site and picture of B.F. McCauley, Sr and would love to know where you found it and I would like to contact the family for possibly more pictures. Also am looking for the grave of B.F. McCauley, Jr. Looks like you may be looking as well or it would be posted. Am married to a McCauley of Pike County and love genealogy. Having a great time with it. Thanks for any help you can give me.

Charlotte
Added by Charlotte McCauley on Jul 01, 2015 4:06 PM
junkbuyercbd
Carolina Cemetery
In a recent trip to the "Thomas Reunion" in Madden, Ms, I visited Carolina Cemetery. I took time to take a few pictures and posted them. I am not sure, if I added any Hays photos. I also added pictures to memorials at the Madden Cemetery in Leake County. Hopefully, I can return later this year to fully photo both cemeteries.

You might double check some of your memorials to see if I added any photos?

If you are also a Thomas descendant, please contact me at my email address.

Thanks, CBD
Added by junkbuyercbd on Jun 22, 2015 5:34 AM
Dale Schaefer
Raleigh Cemetery
Hey Susan....yes, great meeting you also after all this time. I like your enthusiasm for old cemeteries. I took your suggestion and added a link on the FB page into to the Raleigh about Find A Grave.
Added by Dale Schaefer on Mar 17, 2013 6:08 PM
David Hobbs
RE: RE:
Her name was Martha Wills Coleman Hobbs 1821-1883. She was from Edgefield Dist SC and married William Alexander Hobbs 1809-1879 in 1840 Tallapoosa Co AL. Moved to Leake Co MS about 1855. Lived at Damascus, Scott Co MS. Interested in where she is buried. Also interested in her son, William Alexander Hobbs Jr. Married Margaret Ida Stribling.Family remained in Meridian area. Wm was brother to Sarah Hobbs Hays

DH
Added by David Hobbs on Jan 29, 2013 1:21 AM
David Hobbs
RE: RE:
Hey
That would be great if you could check. A long time ago I poked around WalnutGrove but could find nothing. It would make more sense that Martha would be buried in Neshoba than W.G as it seems she and William A Hobbs were not together at the times of her death. He had moved to Hinds Co and died there in 1879 and is buried next to his daughter in law Bettie Wyatt. She died in childbirth and he may have died of yellow fever. Bad outbreak that year.

Third cousins, huh. I'll take it!

David
Added by David Hobbs on Jan 29, 2013 1:13 AM
David Hobbs
RE: musicians
Hey

I hope your new business is going well. That seems like a scary deal; to start one up!

Yes, we have a pile of musicians in my family. All of my family plus a couple of cousins. Four of us play for a living and a I am also an adjunct faculty member in music at two different colleges.

One of my best friends from college is the current head of the instrumental music department at Ole Miss. His name is Charles Gates and he is also the trumpet teacher.

I am still stumped as to where Sarah Hobbs Hays' mother is buried (Martha Wills Coleman Hobbs (1821-1883). She died living with Sarah and George Hays but was reportedly buried in Walnut Grove. I have never seen anything to disprove that. My great uncle wrote a letter about her and said she was in Walnut Grove. He actually knew George and Sarah well. He was Gamble Austin Hobbs (1877-1950)

I did get some pics from you. The one of the five boys and the three girls. Are there others? I have the pic of George and Sarah in their later years. I also have a copy of the DAR application using Benjamin Hobbs as a reference.

Thanks and I hope the "biz" is going well!

David

Added by David Hobbs on Jan 26, 2013 10:42 PM
David Hobbs
RE: Transfer of George Hays
Hey!

How is the family tree stuff going? Have you found anymore Hays-Hobbs stuff? I hope you had a nice Christmas!

David
Added by David Hobbs on Jan 25, 2013 12:57 AM
David Hobbs
RE: Transfer of George Hays
Hey!

You can send the pics, etc to Dcornet@comcast.net

I do have a Facebook page. David Hobbs in Murfreesboro TN

Thanks

David
Added by David Hobbs on Jul 05, 2012 10:45 PM
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