|Deb T||Conner family|
I just resent my email to you at the email contact address listed on your profile for findagrave. If you don't receive it let me know.
Added by Deb T on Jul 05, 2016 7:49 AM
|Deb T||Jane Conner|
Who did your Jane Conner marry? Did you get the email I sent you over a week ago?
Added by Deb T on Jul 05, 2016 6:19 AM
|Deb T||William Conner|
I received your message regarding William Conner #143769466. Who is your ancestor that you think may be the child of William Conner?
Added by Deb T on Jul 05, 2016 2:37 AM
|Dennis & Linda||RE: Richard Deaver|
After rechecking my tree at Ancestry, I assume that you are asking about Richard 1788-1840. He was the father to William and Ben. His wife is buried in Elm Springs Cemetery.
Richard never left Virginia. The 1840 US Census for Jefferson Co, VA only shows William as head 20-30; a female 40-49; and one other female 20-29.
Richard Deaver died in Jefferson Co would be my best guest. I believe that area is now in W. Virginia. Probate records from that county may have addition information.
By 1850 the Deavers had arrived in Washington Co and are listed in that census. - dennis
|Dennis & Linda||RE: Deaver|
I am not related. My research is centered around the Civil War Vets and their families who are buried in the Elm Springs Cemetery. Some family lines have been extended further. The tree is on Ancestry.
I do have several Deaver members in that tree. If you will give me the birth and death dates for Richard, or approximate, it will help in researching. -- dennis
|S. McDonald||Doretta B. Doremus Whitcraft|
Would you mind transferring this memorial to me. My family is Whitcraft and I have alot of links to do. I appreciate your memoralizing Doretta.
|csareb||RE: Kemp Hollow|
The house on the right is in fact a farm. I think they even have signs indicating some type of gun club.
When I drove up there, there was a man riding around on a 4 wheeler and I talked to him and asked if I could visit the cemetery. He didnt mind at all. If you dont see anybody when you get there, I dont think it is a problem for you to visit the cemetery. And, unless something has changed since I was there, nobody was living at the house,as it is a gun club. But somebody does come and work the farm periodically. The house on the left of the end of the road belongs to a friend of mine.
Let me know how I can help.
Added by csareb on Jul 16, 2012 6:22 PM
211 east to Brookside restaurant. Turn around in median and take 211 west. Take first right on Red Church Road. This is a short road that Tees onto Rocky Branch Road. Turn Right on Rocky Branch Road and stay straight till you reach a dead end. It gets tricky because Rocky Branch Road actually turns into East Rocky Branch Road at the little white church at the intersection with Batman hill road. Stay straight and go to the end. The cemetery will be at the end of the road on the right side at the backside of the house.
Added by csareb on Jul 15, 2012 4:20 PM
|csareb||RE: Kemp Hollow|
Are you familiar with this area at all? I ask because I cant give you specific road numbers, but can tell you the area. Or better yet, if you are close by, I could show you the way up there. It is in the Rocky Branch area and follow the road all the way up until it comes to a stop and there is a house on the left and a house and old farm on the right. The house on the right is where the cemetery is. I think it is actually considered a gun-club now. The cemetery is in rough shape and some of the stones barely legible.
I will get you better directions.
Added by csareb on Jul 11, 2012 6:19 PM
|JAC||RE: George Washington Beahm|
You should give me the link number for this George Washington Beahm so I can see what you are talking about.
Are you related to the Beahm Family?
Added by JAC on Jun 19, 2012 6:26 AM
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