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Bunny Simmons (#47914574)
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George Stone
RE: Johnnie Gammons
Johnnie Gammons was my great aunt. I visit the cemetery regularly. My grandmother and great grand parents and great Uncle are buried nearby. You will notice a cedar tree in the cemetery. My mother planted this when her mother died when my mother was about 10 years old. My great great grandparents are also buried in this cemetery. I have full genealogy of the family. I remember aunt Johnnie quite well. We visited many times at her house and I knew George Simmons well also.
George Stone
Added by George Stone on Sep 29, 2015 8:08 PM
Nora Moore
Bunny I will be glad to process your request but I need you to do me a favor and send it to me via the edit tab on her memorial.
I just do not have time to hunt her memorial up right now.
I will be watching so I can get it done soon.
Added by minpar on Sep 17, 2015 10:02 PM
Burton Whited
RE: John B. Barbee
I was able to trace the Barbee parents and grandparents of Daniel. This went back into the early 1700s. All the hardback copies are gone. So, I had a few copies made with plastic spiral binder and clear plastic covers. It's cheaper than hardback. I charge only what it takes me to produce them. The hardbacks were $30; the ones just described are $18. The book has about 250 pages, is fully annotated as to sources, and has an index with about 1300 names. It is in narrative form; it is not a book of genealogy tables, though it has the necessary tables. I worked hard to make the life and character of each person "come alive" by putting them into the social-historical-economic context in which they lived. This is the third history book I've published: a biography (2002) and another 550-page family history (March 2015). I've now begun a fourth. All these have connections to the Barbees.
Added by Burton Whited on Jun 30, 2015 1:17 PM
Burton Whited
RE: John B. Barbee
I've written and published a book about 3 years ago on the Barbee family. In 1889 John was interviewed and a sketch of his life published in a local newspaper. I have a copy of it, included in the book, along with a biographical sketch of John and his family. I'm descended from John's sister, Nancy Barbee.
Added by Burton Whited on Jun 28, 2015 10:38 AM
George Stone
Johnnie B. Gammons
She is my great aunt.
Added by George Stone on Apr 12, 2015 10:11 PM
George Stone
Johnnie B. Gammons
Johnnie B. Gammons was my great aunt. Are you George Simmons wife? I can give you more family information and grave photo. I would like to hear from you.
Added by George Stone on Mar 28, 2015 9:39 PM
Nancy Wellendorff Church
Dear Bunny,

John Jacob Holzapfel and Minnie (Wilhemina) Schook are my great great grandparents. This is the only image I have ever seen of Wilhemina, so thank you for posting it. I am new to Find a Grave, but am working with a friend who is an amateur (but amazing) genealogist. How would we contact you to discover the family tree further back than John Jacob and Wilhemina?
Added by Nancy Wellendorff Church on Nov 09, 2014 10:37 AM
Kathy Pendley
RE: Margaret Richmond Darwin
Hi Bonnie, Not sure that it is posted wrong. I had a similar thing happen to me, asked my mother to id old pictures for me and she told me one was Grandpa. She was partly right, it turned out to be my step-aunt's grandfather. Lockney Brown and Margaret Richmond are in-law related. Lockney was the wife of Amon Haile and their son Dudley Haile married Julia Richmond, who is Margaret Richmond's sister. Lockney died in 1875 at 78 and Margaret in 1898 at 75, looking at the picture it's a judgment call on how old the picture is and how old the lady is. Also, neither was every in Smith County, but could be of later relatives lived there. Just leave it for now, I may keep checking for answers.
Thanks, Kathy
Added by Kathy Pendley on Sep 25, 2014 2:59 PM
Kathy Pendley
Margaret Richmond Darwin
Would you be able to tell me where you got the picture of Margaret Richmond Darwin. In mine and other genealogists family line the picture is associated with Lockney Brown Haile who married Amon Haile, who's son was married to Julia Richmond and she is the sister of Margaret Richmond. Any clues of the original owner? Thank you for help you can give me.
Kathy Pendley
Added by Kathy Pendley on Sep 22, 2014 10:46 AM
Stephen Coffman
RE: Gammons
I'm unable to process your request. I don't manage the memorial for Johnnie Gammons. You need to select the edit tab on the memorial page and enter the information there, it will be sent to the individual that manages that memorial.
Added by Stephen Coffman on Mar 11, 2014 6:29 AM
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