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|Leonard Covington||RE: Waymon C Hughes 110311215|
Thank you for your family info. The last time I spoke to my Hughes family (other than my Mother) was at my grandmother's passing in 1980. Her name was LouVennie Hughes. Just for info... your father was my first cousin 1x's removed and you, your siblings and I are all 2nd cousins. thank you again for the info.
|Leonard Covington||RE: Waymon C Hughes 110311215|
Hi Ms Hughes.... Waymon C Hughes had a brother named Louis B Hughes. He was my grandfather. I believe Waymon C had two sons' named James "Boots" Hughes and Fred Waymon Hughes. Mary Catherine Hughes is my mother. She passed away in 2002.
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Goldie Hill 92860452|
You are welcome It was a pleasure to help you with this request
|Kelly Jane O||RE: Martha Moon 31167773|
What info are you looking for? Are you a descendant?
|Wayne DeMunn||Pansy Hollifield|
I dont know all the exact details of how my mom & dad met but I know the general history of the situation. Moms brother, James Bluford "Shorty" Hollifield moved to DeKalb, IL about 1945, coming north looking for work. He married and settled there and then mom came up in the latter 50s with the same idea in mind and stayed with her brother and his family. My dad, Gerald DeMunn lived most of his early life in the area of Belvidere and Boone County IL but around 1958 changed jobs and moved to DeKalb. Apparently they kinda ran in the same circles and thats how hey got together. I have posted memorials for both my parents and they are listed on the find-a-grave site in the Flora Cemetery, Boone County, Illinois.
Hi and thank you. I may take you up on that off if I can get around to updating that side of my family. My mother was Pansy Hollifield and I have 11 children by Rueben and Irrah Hollifield, although I'm sure my info may be incomplete.
I would like to get them all linked together on this site but I dont know if they all have memorials posted here or not. I have to check that akk out, lol.
One of the things I would like help with is finding the Cemetery where my Grandpa William James Hollifield is buried. My relatives know how to get there but dont know how to explain where it is. I cant post a memorial til I find the location.
If you could possibly help me with that I'b be very gretful. My e-mail is: email@example.com
|Nana x4||RE: elizabeth mace 92852220|
No problem. I notice your last name is Hughes. My grandmother was a Hughes. Are you researching this line and where are they from?
Added by Nana x4 on Feb 25, 2013 4:42 PM
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & J.R. BLANTON||ELIZABETH NEWSOME MACE|
Hi! The present Holly Springs Church is not related to the former church. It disbanded at some time before the present church. I do not know if there is anyone there who has genealogy records. However, I found 2 genealogy records on line that look excellent, especially the 2nd one. If you (or a relative) have exact dates of birth/death, I'll put those in for you. Also, I'd like to adopt out her memorial to a loved one. Can you tell me who would like to adopt her memorial?
Elizabeth Newsome was born in 1787/1790 in Johnston Co., NC. She died about 1867/1870 in , Henderson Co., NC. She was buried in Holly Springs, <-----
Crab Creek Twp., Henderson Co., NC.
She married Jonas Mace on 26 Oct 1805 in , Johnston Co., NC.
SPOUSE: Jonas Mace was born about 1764/1775 in , Edgecombe Co., NC. He died about 1835 in , Yancey Co., NC. He married Elizabeth Newsome on 26 Oct 1805 in , Johnston Co., NC.
They had the following children:
M i General George Washington Mace
36. Jonas Mace (1) was born between 1760 and 1770 in Tarboro, Edgecombe County, North Carolina. He died on 22 Jun 1835 in Mitchell County, North Carolina. Jonas Mace married Cloe Cross on January 24, 1804. Jesse Murphy was the 2nd
Bondsman. John Simmes was bondsman and Robinson Mumfor was the witness.
Jonas Mace, according to "Cabins in the Laurel" written by Muriel Sheppard,
acquired a holding on Silver Run near the present Spruce Pine golf course.
(Danny A. McBee). He was married to Elizabeth Newsome on 26 Oct 1805 in Johnston County, North Carolina (now Tn).
37. ELIZABETH NEWSOME (1) <----------
was born about 1790 in Johnston County, North Carolina. She died about 1867 in Mitchell County, North Carolina. Elizabeth Newsome Mace possibly died in Henderson County, Henderson, North
Carolina while visiting relatives. She is buried, supposedly, in Holly Branch Cemetery, Henderson County, Henderson, North Carolina. (Danny A. McBee). Children were:
child ii. Sarah "Sallie" Mace(1) was born about 1809. I, Danny A. McBee, have seen some information that has been put in Ancestry.Com that suggests that James McFalls was married to Sarah Dickson who was born in 1810 in Burke County, North Carolina and she died on December 9, 1871 in Clintwood, Virginia. I, Danny A. McBee, have seen the marriage certificate that shows that James was married to Sarah Mase
(Mace). I am not sure as to the marriage to Sarah Dickson. [January 2, 2000].
child18 iii. Newsom(e) A. Mace.
child iv. Joseph Mace(1) was born about 1812.
child v. Newton "Nute" Mace(1) was born about 1815.
child vi. James Mace(1) was born about 1816. He died about 1835.
child vii. Filmore Mace(1) was born on 8 Feb 1818. He died about 1860.
child viii. Wiley (Willis) Mace(1) was born about 1818 in Burke Co., North Carolina. Willis Mace is listed in the 1850 Yancey County, North Carolina Census as
Wiley Mace. He is in the house hold of his older brother, Newsome Mace.
Wiley is listed as 32 years old and being a farmer. Wiley is listed in the
1860 Yancey County, North Carolina Census as being 45 years old, children,
Sarah J., 9, Newsom A., 5, Cecelia N., 2, and Matilda, 1. Emzey Mace is his
brother Newsome's daughter who shows up as 26 years old. Two grandchildren
show up in the 1880 Buncombe Co., N.C. Census, Docia Vina, 5, Rhodasida, 2.
child ix. Abraham Mace(1) was born about 1820. He died on 16 Sep 1864 in Elmira, New York. This could possibly be the Abraham Mace who died in Elmira, New York in the
prison camp instead of his 15 year nephew Abraham Mace as I had originally
thought. I will do more research and find out for sure. This Abraham Mace
fought and died in the Civil War. He was a private in Co. D, 11th Regiment,
N. C. He is buried in Woodlawn National Cemetery, Elmira, N. Y., 305W.N.C.
How sad to lose a brother in the war. No doubt, many of the Mace family
grieved over the loss of Abraham who died so many miles away.
child x. George Washington Mace(1) <-------------
was born on 20 Mar 1825 in Mitchell County, North Carolina. He died on 7 Jun 1899 in Greenville, South Carolina. He was buried in Beulah Baptist Church Cemetery. He had an estate probated in Henderson County, North Carolina. He was a Farmer. George W. Mace shows up in the 1850 Yancey County, North Carolina Census as the head of household, age 25, wife Ally M., 25, children Solomon A., 5, James, 3, John M., 1. [Danny A. McBee, September 13, 1998].
|Nana x4||RE: newsome mace 24934791|
Still haven't found Newsome but I think this may be Elizabeth # 92852220.
There are no dates on marker but the info on the marker matches up...Mother of Rev G W Mace. I'm going to check with the church to see what records they may have.
Added by Nana x4 on Feb 24, 2013 7:17 PM
|M. Hooper||RE: margrett 28915754|
You are very welcome.
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