|P. Mason (#48125722)|
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I am a Kentucky Native, and have been studying my genealogy for 4 years. My ancestors and family reside mainly in the KY counties of Christian, Muhlenberg, Hopkins, Todd, Logan, Butler, Trigg, Henderson , and Union.|
My Great Grandparents:
Hal Pryor Mason (1882-1960) #104199164
Zedena Dallas Waggener (1891-1971) #104203580
Richard Anderson Brisby (1895-1984) #36988325
Grace Elizabeth Culver (1903-1991) #36988303
Walter Parks Wilson (1900-1972) #90012045
Ella Hall (1912-2003) #90012006
George Claudius Davenport Sr. (1890-1975) #86878360
Velma Frances Aloise Ward (1895-1986) #86878439
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|D. L. Lee||RE: Antha B. Davenport|
You are very welcome. Her marker was very discolored, but in excellent condition. I'm happy I was able to fill your request.
|D. L. Lee||Antha B. Davenport|
I love the photos you have posted of her. I have posted a photo of her marker on her memorial #39351644. Have a great day.
|Ed Elder||William P. Beavin|
Thanks for the photo. Mr. Beavin is my 2nd Great grandfather.
Added by Ed Elder on Jul 27, 2013 8:09 AM
|Mike & Linn||William Brockman|
Thanks for taking the picture!
|Pamela Morris Siemsen||William Algernon Wilson|
He is my second cousin times removed. This is the very first time anyone I have seen is actually my relative. I am thrilled. This is how my line goes starting with me:
Pamela Morris Siemsen
Ruth Elizabeth Carneal Morris
Joseph Elizabeth Wilson Carneal
Sumner Marble Wilson
This is as far back as I have managed to get as so many names are the same.
I am from Barkers mill, Christian County, Kentucky I have relatives in Todd, Trigg, Crittenden, Caldwell, & Calloway Counties, Kentucky. In Tennessee Montgomery, Stewart, & Henry Counties.
Please contact me we can share information.
Pamela Morris Siemsen : Kevinpamsiemsen@gmail.com
|Carolyn ||RE: Joseph Mason|
Gee we haven't gotten back that far...stuck in Back Creek Virginia with John..a Mason 1st cousin had his DNA done.... and working it from there.... I have one older brother of course a Mason but no point for him to do DNA since my cousin did... ... :=) and the Mason name "Meason"... they ar saying... matching DNA
???? and related to the Samuel Meason the river pirate....woo......... and Isacc Meason the iron man... This is all interesting...so you got the tree back to Richard Mason Norfolk....It is fun to discover... a distant cousin....Carolyn
Added by Carolyn on Jul 15, 2013 9:25 AM
|Carolyn ||RE: Joseph Mason|
Well Good Morning.....
Yes my 3rd Great Grandfather is Joseph Mason. His wife is Jane Henderson. John Henderson Mason, your 4th great grandfather is a brother to Joseph Mason my 3rd Great Grandfather :-)
My 2nd great grandfather another Joseph who married Elinor Burch. Their son great grandfather James Franklin Mason and my grandfather was Thomas Allen Mason.
Have you traced you family tree back to John Mason father of Joseph ....from Virginia
about John Mason
Page 331 Kegley's Virginia Frontier by F.B. Kegley
JOHN MASON father of Joseph Mason and sister Jannet Mason who married Samuel Crawford
The name, John Mason, is associated with many different places on the Southwest frontier. It is found in the eastern part of Old Brunswick, in Bedford and in different parts of the Roanoke Valley. We have learned that John Mason, of the Roanoke, lived on Back Creek where he died and that he had played an active part in the affairs of the community. His will made on October 12, 1760, and proved on August 18, 1761, shows the approximate date of his death. He gave his son, John, 270 acres of land on Mason's Creek, to son James, 150 acres on Back Creek; to son, William, 250 acres on Grassy Hill Branch; to youngest son, Joseph, the home place, 135 acres. Mother, Leah, was to have 25 Pounds (English Pounds) in cash; daughter, Jannet, a natural pacing mare; daughter, Mary, a "dapple gray mare;" and daughter, Margaret, a black mare. The remainder of the estate was to be divided among all. He named William Boyd, of the North Fork of Otter River, and his brother-in-law, James McKeachey, as executors. James McKeachey qualified with sureties, Geo. Robinson, John Miller and James Bane. His appraisement was made in August 1761, by Thos. Tosh, James Bane and Neal McNeal. There were 21 horses (7 mares with colts and a gray stallion), 10 cows and calves, 1 wagon and gears, valued at 10 Pounds, 2 saddles, 2 books, 2 Bibles, and old book, a pair of silver buckles, a parcel of lumber and numerous household articles. (Footnote says Augusta Will Book 3-52 and 165.)
Nice to meet you ...
Carolyn Mason Cassady
Added by Carolyn on Jul 15, 2013 6:33 AM
|Melvin Doss||Wilson-Redd and Young Cemeteries|
Mel Doss here again.
I got out and located the two cemeteries you asked about.
The Young Cemetery's Garmin GPS location is N36.85730, W087.80177. The directions I gave you are correct. Very easy to follow. GPS will take you to the cemetery.
Now a surprise! Go out on Find A Grave and you'll find all the grave markers still at the cemetery, your William A Wilson and Cynthis A Wilson are there. This cemetery is in bad shape to say the least. Very nice homes around it but no one looks after these graves. The cemetery picture I posted shows a tall momument. That's your relatives stone. I used chalk to highlight the writing on the stones and make them readable.
Wilson-Redd Cemetery's Garmin GPS location is N36.83456, W087.76810. This is located on Caledonia Road not Old Canton Pike as I stated before. These are the same roads, HWY 272, but they change names at HWY 139 (South Road.) East is Caledonia Road, West is Old Canton Pike. This GPS location will be at a beautiful home. Once there, you'll need to ask them how to get back to the cemetery on their property.
I hope this helps you on your quest.
Feel free to use any of my pictures as you see fit. I'll also transfer them to you if you want them just send me a SAC and I'll get them to you as soon as I can.
|Melvin Doss||Wilson-Reed and Young Cemeteries|
Hi Mel Doss here!
Maybe I can help you with locations!
First, I'd suggest you stop by the the public library and contact Kim Fortner or Pam Metts. They were part of a team that put together a book called Cemeteries of Cadiz and Trigg County, Kentucky. Both will be very helpful!
The library is located on main street very close to the hospital .... very easy to find!
According to their book:
Wilson-Reed Cemetery, page 380,is located by taking HWY 272 (old Canton Pike) to the William Lawrence farm (residence #3155). Follow the farm road past his house to the cemetery.
Young Cemetery, page 384, take Hwy 68 by-pass and watch for a big sign that says ARROWHEAD. Turn on Arrowhead Club Drive. Turn left on Chippewa Ln. Turn left on Commanche Dr. Turn right on Sequoyah Trail. Go to residence #260 which is on the left side of the street. The cemetery is locate in the woods to the right of the house.
Both of these will be very easy to find. If I can I'll try and get out there and give you Garmin GPS locations. No promises here.
|Brandy Wells Murray||Cemteries in Trigg County|
I was on DKB's page and saw where you asked about a location for some cemeteries. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with what you are looking for. DKB is never on here and can be a tad frustrating when trying to find something out or get my kin folk linked up....I can most likely help.
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