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Mark Milner (#47629025)
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Ruth Davis
Sir Henry Lucas
My grandmother's name was Minnie Lee Lucas Wagner whose father was Sir Henry Lucas. Several of her siblings are listed as children of Samuel Henry "Sir Henry" Lucas but they are shown as calculated. Would appreciate any info you may have re this family.

Thanks

Ruth Davis
Added by Ruth Davis on Dec 30, 2014 6:00 PM
James Coston
RE: Sarah Larkin
Hope the directions paid off.
Before I posted them I sent someone to locate the
Marker and they found it, an attempt to test it first,
And it's hard to see being flat.
Glad I could help.
Gone, James Coston
Added by James Coston on Nov 03, 2013 5:58 PM
Jennifer Rust
Dr. Larkin
Hello Mark-
Dr. Rufus King Larkin is my great, great, great grandfather on my grand daddy's side. I see that he is from Alabama, do you know a specific location? I have found a Larkinsville, AL and its founder but am unsure if this is Dr. Larkin's kin folk.

Also, do you know why Dr. Larkin was buried in LA and his wife in Hubbard, TX?!?

Thank you for your contributions to this site!

Jennifer Rust
Added by Jennifer Rust on Sep 03, 2013 10:59 PM
Don Rose
RE: Milner Family
I could take the pictures to Ellis Barker who is in a VA Home in Tyler. He can help identify them.
If you can send me an email we could exchange some data.
Added by Don Rose on Jul 24, 2013 4:05 PM
Don Rose
RE: Milner Family
Mark,
I am the husband of Sonja whose father is Ellis Ray Barker, whose mother was Birdie Lee Milner, whose father was Ed Carnes Milner.

Thanks for your work on Find a Grave.
Don
Added by Don Rose on Jul 24, 2013 7:54 AM
Angie Smith
French Ancestors
Thanks for the quick response. My mom lives outside of Tyler also.
The info I have on Joe French married to Frances Gimble is he is the son of Stiles Arthur French. Arthur's father was Joseph Hilliard French and he is the brother of James Washington. Hilliard and his clan stayed in and around Morris Co TX while James W moved on and settled in Cherokee Co TX.
I was able to download the picture of Fannie & Lee McFadden and it printed out okay. Love it when I can find these kind of surprises. Thanks for posting that picture.
Be glad to share any info I have on my families.
Added by Angie Smith on Apr 17, 2013 8:46 AM
Angie Smith
Fannie Treadaway
Mark, interested in the picture you have posted on Fannie Treadaway memorial page. Is she with Johnsie Ball and Lee McFadden in the picture? I am related thru her sister Nancy Treadaway French.
Angie Smith
Added by Angie Smith on Apr 16, 2013 3:35 PM
Georgia Girl
Cabaniss ~ Hungerford ~ Hanberry House, Built 1805 (or ca. 1808)
Have two interesting articles ... #1. "Cabaniss House," History of Jones Co. and #2. "AJC" article, Oct. 26, 1997 ~ "One-of-a-kind house has historic dignity restored," by David Beasley.
Assuming this David Beasley must be related to the Beasleys who married into my Hunt family of Jones Co., GA.
Added by Georgia Girl on Nov 18, 2012 5:52 AM
James Coston
Sarah Larkin
Morning Mark, My hotmail account is not having a good day so I am using findagrave.
I am envious of U finding the resting place(s) of ur gg-parents. I started my genealogy quest 20 years ago looking for the same who are somewhere in Leon Co. Tx. but to no avail. The search took me on 3 trips to North Carolina where I went back even further. I found all the lines of theirs when they came to Texas but they still elude me. On well, the quest goes on.!!!
I digress, back to ur original question of where the monument is located.
Good news: There was a t.v. series called "Unforgetable" with Poppy Montgomery, she played a cop who could remember almost anything if she employed a few memory tricks.
Believe it or not I picked up a few pointers from that series and after almost 2 years, I actually drove right up to it.
I have put directions on her memorial. Since I did not create the memorial, instead of text, I put it is as photo-other. I tried to cut/past it into this email but Cont V did not work.
I live in Hubbard. If the directions don't work for ya, call me (469-878-6757) and since I am retired, unless I am out "cemetery stomping" as I call it, with my dog Precious, then I'll be glad to meet ya and point it out.
Good hunting, James Coston

Added by James Coston on Nov 13, 2012 9:20 AM
Georgia Girl
George Cabaniss
The Cabaniss and Goolsby family had connections to my LeSueur (incl. Wilson family) line. A Cabaniss was a previous owner of Mead and Henrietta E. (Smith) LeSueur's home, nr. Bolingbroke, Monroe Co., GA and they had a granddaughter who married Dr. Robert Cullen Goolsby (f.a.g.). Was Elizabeth Goolsby (d/o ? & m. Harrison Cabaniss) his sister? George Cabainess built the Hunt (also my line), nr Round Oak, Jones Co., GA. Glad to hear from you and look forward to any additional information. Thanks!
Added by Georgia Girl on Nov 07, 2012 5:46 AM
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