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Pat Baker (#48225151)
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RE: Jeroline Hulsey Gaston & Jewel Taylor Bakr
You have good information! I have Bessie Dunn in my files but didn't know she was a widow. All I have on her is her birth date of April 1878 & that she is the mother of Brinton b. Sep 1899 from the 1900 census. No further information on her or Brinton.

I found William Cyrus living in the hh of Duke Haynie in 1920 & 1930, Ouachita Co AK. William is listed as father. I can't make sense of that. Do you know anything more?

I have a note on William Cyrus Hulsey that says survivors mentioned in his obituary are W S Hulsey and Duke Haynie.

I found Raibourn Duke Haynie memorial # 25901901.
Added by ~*Debbie*~ on Apr 12, 2014 7:21 PM
RE: Her relationship to Jesse Jewel Taylor Baker?
Thank you for contacting me! I've gone through my records looking for a Baker connection but am coming up with nothing. I'll keep it in mind and let you know if I find something.

Best regards,
Added by ~*Debbie*~ on Apr 12, 2014 3:06 PM
Saint Clair Kee Summers - War of 1812
Good question. I have removed the notation until I can find better proof. Supposedly, he received a pension so I will try to make contact to see if I can find out more.

Their notation:

St. Clair was a son of James and Nancy (Robinson) Summers. He was born May 9, 1799, In Vilna, Highland County Virginia. He died October 5, 1861, in Kanawha County, West Virginia. He is buried in Green Creek Cemetery in Roane County, WVa.St. Clair and his wife, Susannah (Hammack) Summers, settled soon after the War of 1812 on Elk River in Kanawha County, near Jerrett's Ford. St. Clair and Susannah had 10 children, one of which was Artentia, who later married Capt. Lyle M. Paxton. St. Clair was a United States pensioner on account of services rendered as a soldier of the War of 1812.
Added by MarjisAngels on Feb 02, 2014 12:39 PM
Mary Ann
William Murphy"s Photo Request
FYI, based on the dates, it appears that this William Murphy is your long lost uncle. I'm sure that the Find A Grave members who opened up his memorial page will transfer if you just ask. Best Wishes!
Added by Mary Ann on Dec 14, 2013 3:27 PM
Richard A. Miller
Glad you could join i will transfer them when you tell me who they were
Added by Richard A. Miller on Sep 07, 2013 2:05 PM

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