|Dylan Edward Mulligan (#47748704)|
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From a young age, I have been very interested in genealogy and our family history, as well as our local and state history in general. I always strive to preserve and record our heritage, both written and oral. I am currently a member of the Glennville-Tattnall Museum Board of Directors. As a genealogist, I am at best an amateur, so I apologize in advance for any errors.|
I come from several of the oldest and largest families in Glennville and Tattnall County; therefore, I am related to nearly half of the county. I am primarily researching the Mulligan, Rogers, Dasher, and Durrence families; however, these families are connected to the Smiley, Dubberly, Fennell, Kicklighter, Waters, Love, and Blitch families and many others. Through these families, I also have extensive ties to families in Evans, Bulloch, Bryan, Liberty, Long, and McIntosh Counties.
My goal as a Find a Grave member is not to create or manage lots of memorials, which seems to be a game for some members. My goal is simply to provide as much accurate genealogical information as possible.
If anyone notices any errors in information I have submitted, please let me know. If I can be of any assistance whatsoever, please feel free to let me know.
Dylan Edward Mulligan
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|Wyndy South||Daisy Mulligan 1885-1916|
Mr. Mulligan, we may have corresponded before with regard to the Wildes/Wilds family relation to this lady. I have been going back through old emails to make sure that all has been resolved. I located one from contributor Vicki Olsen (a cousin) and wanted to run something by you. Vicki and I descend directly from James Christopher Wildes. One of his daughters, Georgia Ann Wildes (1858-1940) married Mitchell Jasper Bowen. His son, Allen Beauregard (spelling varies) married Daisy Ann Mulligan. The story has been related to me by family researchers and now again by a contributor. Here is an excerpt of this email:
"My great grandfather's sister Daisy Ann Mulligan married Allen Beauregard Bowen. Daisy would have been my grandmothers aunt. Anyway my grandmother told me that she was killed in a tornado holding her baby in her arms. I was able to locate the memorial for the child Vera Lucille Bowen memorial number 47440655 which you made and you added the following information to:
Buried beside Allen B. Bowen. Clarification: Allen Beauregard Bowen, her father. Her mother was Daisy Ann MULLIGAN. Allen and Daisy were married in 1902. He is buried here at Wilds Family Cemetery.
Vera had the following siblings:
Edith, Hazel, Allen Beauregard, Addie, and Ruby.
Ruby was b. 11 Jun 1909 and d. 13 Nov 1919."
This is Vicki's request; "I have always wonder where Daisy was buried and would have thought that she would have been buried in the same place since she died the same day. Janice created a memorial for Daisy and then transferred it to me since I am related to her, and she listed the body as being lost. Being that you are related to the Wilds which is indirectly related to Daisy, I was wondering if you had any information, either documentation or knowledge from stories you might have heard over the years. Also do you know where the child Ruby was buried or what ever happened to the other children or who they might have married?"
Can you help? Are you related or have you come across this situation in your travels through the Mulligan Maze? We would appreciate any direction or information that you can provide on this for us. MANY MANY thanks. Wyndy South (for Vicki Olsen and myself.)
|Jenny Londrico||Asha Rogers|
Hi Dylan, my roots started in Tattnall County, Ga. My tree has many of the old Tattnall, Bulloch and Bryan County families Thompson, Dubberly, Waters, Moore, Everett, Tatum, Rogers and Geiger limbs. I am writing you as I noticed some wrong information for Asha Rogers bio. You have her parents as John Everett (1743 - 1820)
Sarah Fagan Everett (1746 - 1851)
They were her great Uncle and Great Aunt. John 1743-1820 was the brother of Thomas Everett father of Asha's father John Everett 1747-1840.
Asha's father was John Everett b: 1747 NC d: 1840 in Bulloch County. Asha had 2 sisters name Mary and Sarah 1775-1823 (who was my 4th great grandmother) and a brother name Thomas 1780-1838. Sarah was first married to a Moore they has 2 children William Moore and Elizabeth Moore. Elizabeth married William Waters. Sarah's first husband must have died as she married John Baxter her 2nd husband Feb. 14, 1807.
I have a copy of Johns's will listing his children and I also have a copy of a law suit where William Moore and William Waters sued Asha's son Irwin and Sarah's second husband John Baxter for Sarah's part of Sarah's inheritance.
I have a lot of information on this line. According to a book written on the Everett family by a genealogist John was born 1843-1820 and the date on his headstone is wrong. His father was Nathaniel Everett 1678-1749 mother was Mary Bowlers Everett 1699-1738 both died in Tyrell County, NC. If you have any questions my name is Jenny Londrico and my email address is email@example.com
|Karen Foster Montgomery||Find A Grave Memorial# 47991550|
you say John DeLoach was in Company G, 5th Regiment, Georgia State Troops. I have looked for confirmation of this service, but so far have not found it. Have looked at Ancestry, Fold3, Civil War rosters at the National Park Service and did an online search. To no avail. Maybe, hopefully, you can help?
|JoAnn HAGANS Harris||William Durrence|
I appreciate the spousal links.
Would you like for me to transfer all the Durrence memorials I have? I am not related to any of them.
Dylan, My internet has been down but I finally got the transfers of Lannie and Lery Durrence to you. Ms. Janice
|Theodora Thomson||Fleeta Dupree|
Thanks so much for the information you sent me on Fleeta's maiden name and parents. I have added the information to her memorial as well as a new picture of the headstone as it had been cleaned the last time I stopped by the cemetery.
|Dottie Gilder||Rogers transfers|
Dylan, transfers have been made as requested. Happy to do it. Looks like they will be in good hands. If I can be of any help, just give a yell. Dottie
|JoAnn HAGANS Harris||Find A Grave|
|JoAnn HAGANS Harris||G. L. & Joyce Durrence|
I have transferred bot of them to as requested, take good care of them.
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