|Judy Clayton Hagberg (#47740230)|
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Hello Everyone! I am enjoying researching my ancestors. Predominate lines are: Clayton/Bynum/Berry/Farmer.|
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|Dalton J. Nix||Frances (Fanny) Holden|
Hello Judy, It is good to hear from you. I have just returned from South Carolina where I met one of our common third cousin. She is the descendant of Joshua Holden the oldest son of the 12 children of James H Holden and Mary Alexander. He was the only son to remain in South Carolina when his siblings removed to Blount County, Alabama prior to the Civil War. I can send you the contact information for your cousin if you wish. Your 3rd great grandmother Frances was one of the 10 sisters, and when she found Blount County. she stayed. You may not realize that she married My maternal 3rd great-grandfather Elijah B. Bynum, which also makes her My 3rd g-grqndmother, in addition to being my 2nd g-aunt. So I must decline your request. If you have any additional details that you wish to add to her memorial I will do that.
|Mel T. Clayton||Clayton Lineage|
I am a descendant of some of the Clayton's in McMinn County. My great-great granddad was George W. Clayton (fought in Civil War out of McMinn County) and his wife Edna Elvira Clementine Crockett. I show George's mother and dad to be Martin C. Clayton and Mary Bain.
Would you want to share your information with me?
Mel T. Clayton
109 10th Ave.
Canyon, TX 79015
Do you know the current condition of Stovall cemetery in Byram Ms? Carol Tarlton
|Marian Presswood||Just a reminder.|
Since you have only added 23 memorials and asked for 130 transfers - most way outside the guidelines! You claim Elijah Clayton as your FOURTH great grandfather, and he has hundreds of closer descendants still living right here in Polk County where he's buried.
Copied straight from Findagrave: "Simply having someone in your family tree is not grounds for a management transfer request. With hundreds of thousands of contributors, we have many overlapping family trees and it would be impossible for all contributors to manage their entire tree."
Second: "Transfer requests will be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren."
|Janice Williams Langley||Ima Mow|
I choose not to transfer outside the FB guidelines. The virtual cemetery is the way to manage memorials.
|M. E. Shotwell||RE: Oops!|
You are quite welcome. You are a cousin I presume. My best wishes & may the Lord richly bless you & your family in the New Year.
|Ralph Terry||Mike Mallouf - Coleman, Texas|
Would you grant me permission to use the pictures of Mike Mallouf's boot shop in Coleman, to use in a weekly historical column I write weekly for the Coleman newspaper? I have quite a bit of information about him, but any information you can supply would be appreciated. Contact me at email@example.com. Marsha Mallouf was a year behind me at Coleman High School, before she moved.
Thanks ... Ralph
|James Durham||RE: Thank you!|
No prob. Jim
|Robin Knowles Miner||Mary Polly McClendon|
Check these and see if they help:
Says Micajah is buried there, but does not mention wife;s burial
I did see this burial in many family trees, but I suppose we need to just assume she is buried here.
Perhaps, add in her bio that family hx suggests this as her burial location - at least until positive proof can be found.
|Hal Stewart||RE: The Tallents|
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