|John Whitten (#47881460)|
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you betcha! Somewhere down the line we are related. Check out my profile on ancestry.com I am Debra Martin Pharr. I am also on facebook too.
My husband has family buried there (Pharr's and Smith's) as well as in Como, Sulphur Springs, Brinker, and Dike. The Pharrs had lots of babies lol.
Added by pharrout on Jan 20, 2013 3:08 PM
yep my line married into the ducketts if you go to south carolina and do some research you will more than likely find that we are connected to the three whittens that started there. there was three brothers that migrated and come through so carolina and down as they kicked the indians out of the southern states (lol) (some of my folks too) my line went through tennessee and alabama to georgia to texas, some staying, some moving on. My gr grandfather died in alabama, but his father moses lee and uncle aaron whitten went on into texas and are buried there. I have found tons in the duckets, holland, and adairs. i have a bunch of information in ancestry.com. I am debra martin pharr on ancestry.com and facebook. :) my whittens are everywhere in the usa. (they made lots of babies lol) especially in tennessee. whitten crossing was named for them. My gr gr grandfather and his sons were methodist ministers that traveled down through the states as the train tracks were built. My gr grandfather andrew lee whitten married Nancy milinda roberts whose father was and engineer for the railroads. she stayed in alabama after andrew lee died in 1910 of tb, but her father Lewis roberts and andrew's father moses lee moved on with the trains. it was funny because my grandmother was baptist, story is that gr grandmother was methodist until gr grandpa died and then went back to being baptist lol
Added by pharrout on Jan 11, 2013 9:16 AM
i am also related to the whittens,my line is chapter 10 starting with Charles Whitten from so Carolina. My direct desendant is my grandmother Elizabeth Ann Whitten born in 1900 in Talladega, Al. Her father was Andrew Lee Whitten, son of Moses Lee Whitten and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Hinton.
Added by pharrout on Jan 09, 2013 8:20 PM
|Maida Whitten||RE: Whitten Family|
I looked at Chapter 8 of the WHITTEN & ALLIED FAMILIES book for your information. I'm not actively searching the line of my late husband now. Refer to pgs 106 and 151-157 for his line. If you wish you may contact me personally at firstname.lastname@example.org
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