|Clyta Anderson (#48237870)|
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My name is Clyta Joyce King Anderson. Married to Harry Wayne Anderson. I am of the desendents of Jeremiah and Maltida Smith King. Jeremiah born in 1824. Francis Marion King son of Jeremiah who married Melinda Belle Shrieve. These were my Great Grandparents. Francis born on March 18, 1849 died Sept 30, 1929 in Nicut Calhoun Co. West Virginia. His son James Green King was my Grandfather. Born Dec.8, 1870 died Jan. 26, 1957 at Douglas Calhoun Co. West Virginia. He married Elizabeth Ater. There son Henry C. King was my father Born April 3. 1900 in Calhoun Co. West Virginia died March 16, 1996 in Clay County West Virginia. He married Adeline Paxton King. Sept 5, 1928. I am a desendant of Abner Jehu Paxton he was my GG Grandfather. Windfield Worth Paxton was my Great Grandfather and Harris Lennard "Glyde" Paxton being my Grandfather, I am one of 12 Children and enjoy reading and researching my family hertiage. "It is the path of those who walked before us that paves the way for us today as, we walk in there shoes."|
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|Jerry Saunders||Abner Jehu Paxton family|
Ms.Anderson,Abner Jehu's daughter,Caroline was my great grandmother.Her daughter,Mary Ellen Dodd Sanders was my grandmother.Do you have any more photos of Abner's family? I have some of Mary Ellen I would be happy to share.I would be forever grateful to you if you have ANY you could share.
|Peggy Milliken||RE: George Ater|
No I don't know where she is buried, but I will do some research and try to find out. I spoke to my mother and she said she doesn't know but that he divorced his first wife and married her sister some years later in the Ripley WV area. Was Mary his first wife or second? Dad told me a story of George going up to the ball field in Little Hocking and the boys were standing around not playing ball because there was a bee nest in the ground behind home plate..George put his hand over the nest and when a be came to the surface he would pinch it's head off. His hands were so calloused the bees couldn't sting him. My sister said she thought Dad told her that he was a logger. Are you on facebook? My mother has some information she would like to share with you..she is 88 yo. My father passed away 2010 and was 86 yo. I did some research on ancestory I will look at that again and see if I can tell you anything.
|Peggy Milliken||George Ater|
Clyta, Thank you so much for sharing your photo of George Ater. He would be my GGGrandfather. George's son Auzro was my fathers Grandfather. Auzro and Laura Chambers Ater raised my father after the death of my Grandmother, Grace Ater when my father Shirley Ater was 2 yo. Grace died in childbirth. She was married to my Grandfather, Perley R. Ater. Yes Shirley is my fathers name. He was named after the Dr who delivered him. Shirley is an unusual name for a male. Thank you again for sharing the photo. Peggy Ater Milliken
|Gerry Freed||Robert King Picture|
I am his Sister-N-Laws Son
In HIS Service
|Edd Marks||Ronzel Marks|
Thanks for the stone photo for Ronzel. I know the difficulty in finding some of these stones so really appreciate your efforts.
Thanks Clyta, but my preference would be to delete mine as you have done a good job on yours and are more closely related. As age has it's limitations, I do readily transfer my memorials when I feel they have found a better home. Do you concur with the children that are linked on mine?
|MarjisAngels||Samuel D Summers|
I have checked out your postings and it seems obvious you are correct. Normally as first poster I would retain the memorial and simply edit the cemetery. However, since it is also apparent that your relationship is closer I will delete this memorial even though it doesn't fall in the 4 generation requirement. Before I do this I would like to see the children linked to your memorial. I know the one is correct but haven't checked the other one yet. Marji
You may very well be correct. If memory doesn't fail me here, I believe it simply said the burial place was Ivydale on his death certificate. I am recovering from surgery and am slow to get things checked out right now but will keep your email in my inbox until I can get it checked out. My Johan Paul Summers file is extremely large [over 800 pages] and the search function doesn't work well - perhaps due to the size of the file. After checking and getting back to you I can change the cemetery. Marji
|kellybean||RE: Melinda Shreve|
Good morning! How can I help?
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