|Sue Clark Brown (#47874897)|
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Are you related to Lucinda Swafford Smith?
No, I am not related to her nor did I know her. I don't list survivors because of Findagrave rules, but I went back and found her obituary. These are the survivors:
One Son: Kim Kiser, Hartselle, AL
Carol Hay, Sparks, NV,
Vickie Dinkle, Vinemont, AL
Tammy Robinson, Hartselle, AL
One Sister: Mattie Lou Burke
I found Vickie on Facebook under the name
Vickie Kiser Dinkle; couldn't find the others. I have found that Facebook is a great way to find people.
Added by Rose on Jan 21, 2016 9:30 PM
|Family Finder||RE: Memorial# 143695269|
You are welcome! I was there this past weekend and found them when cataloging a section that I had been working on at Melwood.
|Lisa Tarver||RE: David Cobb Clark|
Thank you, Sue. David was a good guy and I owe a huge amount of gratitude to him for helping raise my grandfather, Charles Leslie. Charles' father abandoned the family when Charles was just a toddler. David helped instill godly principles in our family that have been passed down generation after generation. It is was my privilege to honor him.
|j white||RE: Memorial 40138767|
You are welcome, glad to help out.
Added by j white on Jun 06, 2015 7:52 PM
|Ben Talley||Alexander Gilbreath - Place of Death|
Hi. Thanks for your good work! I CANNOT VERIFY HIS PLACE OF DEATH? Also, here is a bit more re: life and burial. Revolutionary War Patriot, Alexander Gilbreath, is my 5th great grandfather. Alexander was born 11 Aug 1717 in Scotland, served as a soldier in Pennsylvania, died in Campbell County, Virginia in 1792. Alexander is buried in Mount Nebo Presbyterian Church Cemetery (aka Old Whitetown Cemetery), near Whitetown, Butler county, PA. SAR Ancestor # P-163544
Butler was formed from Allegheny County 12 March 1800. Allegheny County, PA . 1) Citation for Mt Nebo burial: 12th-19th Annual Reports DAR Volume 6924 (18th Report), 1916 . Senate documents (United States Congress, Senate). Government Printing Office: Washington, DC. Congressional edition. 2) Allegheny County, PA. Citation: Galbraith was one of the founders of Mt Nebo Presbyterian Church. Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Volumes 44-45, Revolutionary Records Soldiers of the Revolution Buried in Allegheny, Co., PA (contributed by Mary O'Hara Darlington, Historian, Pittsburgh Chapter, DAR. 1914. page 343. Mt Nebo Cemetery also known as Old Whitestown Cemetery; a cemetery where there is an unmarked grave near another Revolutionary War Soldier. Mount Nebo Cemetery: Also Known as Whitestown Cemetery : Mount Nebo Presbyterian Church : Connoquenessing Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania . Citation: Dwight Copper, 2000 - Butler County,Pa. 48 pages http://www.pa-roots.com/warren/cemeteries/oldwhitestown.html. 3) A roster of Revolutionary ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution: commemoration of the United States of America bicentennial, July 4, 1976. Evansville, Ind.: Unigraphic, 1976. -ben talley
|Carolyn Higgins||RE: 27051198|
Ms. Clark: Who Anderson? Can you give me a bit more data on the family? Which tree does the person belong in?
from : email@example.com
|Lynn Brooks Ellis||RE: Sarah J. McKnight|
You're very welcome.
|Dot Culton||RE: Caldonia Bird Hyden|
My line is from Young, Hickman Hyden. Do you live in the area of the Lee Cemetery?
|Dot Culton||Caldonia Bird Hyden|
I see that you Caldonia is your ggg grandmother, she is also my ggg grandmother. I wonder what
line you come thru.
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