|Debbie Clark (#48066451)|
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Debbie Page was born in Jackson, TN - the third and last child of Eddie Ray and Mary Helen Miller Page. I grew up on Birch Street in the Hillcrest Circle community and lived there all of my childhood life until I married. Educated at Beech Bluff Elementary, Jackson Junior, Jackson Central Merry High School, then later on, graduated from Jackson State Community College. After graduation, I married my high school sweetheart. We moved to the Beech Bluff community & raised 2 children. My interests include geneology, traveling, bowling, tennis, writing short stories and cross-stitching ... but my passion & heritage are quilts. My dear mother, who just recently passed away, taught me how to quilt years ago. Her hand-made quilts are my most prized possessions. Crazy about my Boston Terrier "fur-baby". Recent first-time grandmother – which I consider my greatest accomplishment in life.|
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|Paige Powers Wessel||RE: Kinfolk|
I will definitely send you an email! I don't recall my mammaw (Ilene) l mentioning the book your brother wrote. Do you know if he has anymore copies? I would love to have one! Were you at Ilene and Amos 90th birthday party a few months ago? I was there but only briefly because my little girl wasn't feeling well. Hate I missed the chance to meet in person if you were there :( Thanks again for posting all the info! Love seeing everything.
|Paige Powers Wessel||Kinfolk|
Hi Debbie. My name is Paige Powers Wessel. My mother is Patricia Page. Her parents are Ilene Blankenship Page and Aucie (Buster) Page. I think you and my mother are 2nd cousins? Your grandfather Johnny Joseph Page and her grandfather Charlie Page were brothers. Anyway, just wanted to thank you for uploading pics and info and offer any help I can. I'm living in Oklahoma but go home to Tennessee several times a year. My grandmother Ilene Blankenship Page and my great uncle Amos Page are still living and may have additional info or pictures. Thanks again!
|BRENDA CARSON||RE: Hattie M. Stoneham Page Genealogy|
Thank you for replying. I had an elderly aunt who told me that he, James aka "Babe", was put in a mental institution in Boliver, Tennessee, where he died and was buried in the cemetery on the grounds there. I contacted them and they have no records of him ever being there. I found him in the 1920 census in Stewart County, TN, and after that I have found nothing. I know that my great grandmother was already married to someone else in the 1910 census. I think she remarried in 1907 so her marriage to him did not last long. He married four times at least Rebecca, Sally, Ida, and Ennie.
|BRENDA CARSON||RE: Hattie M. Stoneham Page Genealogy|
Hello and thanks for contacting me about our great grandfather James Calvin Stoneham. I am now wondering if we are talking about the same man because your grandmother would have been 9 or 10 in 1904-1905. My grandfather, William Calvin Stoneham, was born in December of 1899 and he was the second child of James Calvin Stoneham and my great grandmother Sara Ida Milam. What happened to Hattie's Mother? Thanks again, Brenda Carson
|Rita||RE: FAG #42704750 - Frances Cox Jines|
Debbie, I didn't receive a request for parent links for Frances. Could you resubmit them, please? Thanks.
Added by Rita on Aug 21, 2015 2:52 AM
|Tim Batross||RE: Photo for Nannie Cox Kelley|
Did you see the info concerning the possible stone for Ivory Cox? It may be the flat stone beside Nannie that is unreadable, it is the same small size as Nannie's stone and also grass covered. The message is on the photo request section of Find A Grave.
|Shirley Farrell||RE: Thank You|
My Maternal Great Grandmother was a Nowell. I am on facebook, user name Shirley Grant Farrell, we have a Nowell group on there, if you are on facebook look me up and I will add you to the group. Who knows we may be long lost cousins of one sort or another.
|Shirley Farrell||Thank You|
Thank You so much for the great photo of James William Nowell headstone. It is much appreciated. We really are grateful to all of you and the other volunteers.
|BRENDA CARSON||Hattie M. Stoneham Page Genealogy|
I am trying to find out more about an ancestor of mine who may or may not be also an ancestor of yours. It is James Stoneham and I THINK he was the father of Hattie. I believe he is the same James who married Sally Taylor and they had Hattie in 1894. I have hit a "brick wall" with James, who was also known as "Babe", after the 1920 census. I have found him in all types of documents but I cannot find out when he died and where he is buried. I would sincerely appreciate any information you can send me. James married 2 or 3 (perhaps more?) times, I think. He married Sally Taylor, then he married my ancestor Sara Ida Milam, and a lady named Ennie Farmer? If he is the father of Hattie, he also had children with Sara Ida. He had a baby boy born and died before 1899, then my paternal grandfather, Calvin Stoneham, who changed his name to Stone for some reason, and 3 more sons. Thank you in advance for any information. Brenda Stone Carson
|TombstoneChavers||RE: Clark photo|
You are very welcome.
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