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Ted DeLozier (#48279798)
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I have found findagrave to be quite the interesting site, and do admire all the efforts of so many persons that take the time to search records, walk cemeteries, take photos and help with linking families together..Blessings to you all..
I do have quite a bit of information on the DeLozier family and related families some of the DeLozier girls have married into..Allways glad to share with you, just ask..If you want me to make changes to a memorial that I manage, please do contact me, and please be willing to share any documents you have to support the changes that you request...I also have some information on the Wyatt family connections to the DeLozier family, and will gladly share that as well....Want a transfer, I will follow the guidelines set forth with findagrave...If you request a change in a memorial, please be willing to follow up with some kind of proof, and please answer my questions and don't just ignore my messages..
I have seen many changes over the years, one is the burial place of Edward Henry DeLozier near Gerster, Missouri - referred to as DeLozier Cemetery...Robert Wyatt showed me that burial site in the latter 1950's, there were multiple stones and burials there, since that time - the land has been dozed and terraced and all the stones are gone except the one for Edward Henry..If you know where the stones went, please do contact me...
Mary Viola Sloan-Hall created a lot of DeLozier History in her book "The Pioneer Trek of Neddie DeLozier" and was our historian that went to all the reunions and keept stuff up to date..My copy was last updated in 1960...
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Linda Dukes
RE: Ora Bell Chastain Rains
Daniel Roland Chastain and Julia Ann Renfro
are her parents.
Have a wonderful day :-)
Added by Linda Dukes on Aug 21, 2014 11:33 AM
Linda Dukes
RE: Hi
You can't beat the POWER of prayer!!!
Added by Linda Dukes on Aug 12, 2014 2:01 PM
LaDon Brennan
Emma Foster
Thanks, Ted, correction made. You have such good memories of people. Hope you are having some good days.
Added by LaDon Brennan on Aug 10, 2014 11:20 PM
Linda Dukes
I have been thinking of you, Ted, and I hope you are doing well!
your distant cousin, Linda Dukes
Added by Linda Dukes on Aug 10, 2014 9:13 AM
RE: Brown
you welcome.

Added by Tess on Aug 07, 2014 12:39 PM
Judy Young
RE: Jesse
U r welcome
Added by Judy Young on Jul 30, 2014 9:06 PM
Jerry Mattingly
RE: Eva (Culp) Mattingly
Hi Ted, there is an Eva in my family history. She never married. She was my grandfather's cousin.
There is a gentleman in Kentucky who has researched the Mattingly lines. His name is William Mattingly
his email is he may be able to help you. Sorry I couldn't have been more help
Added by Jerry Mattingly on Jul 24, 2014 11:00 PM
Joan (Wyatt) Bradley
RE: Wyatts in Missouri
Could be cousins ... or perhaps uncles of my James Morgan Wyatt. His father, Edmund Wyatt, was born in North Carolina and came to Washington County/Russell County from there around 1810, but I've been unable to find out anything about his parents. This is my proverbial "brick wall".
Added by Joan (Wyatt) Bradley on Jul 24, 2014 6:31 PM
Diane Voegeli
RE: DeLozier - Simpkins
Ted You are welcome. I take the photos and make the memorials so that others can find their familys. Any memorials that are of your family I would be delighted to transfer to you. You can then add the needed info and link them to others. Have fun in your searches. Diane
Added by Diane Voegeli on Jul 24, 2014 4:10 PM
Joan (Wyatt) Bradley
Wyatts in Missouri
Anything is possible, but I have no information to indicate that any of my Wyatts ever lived in St. Clair County, Missouri. My James Morgan Wyatt was born 1828 in Russell, Virginia, then migrated to Cass, Missouri in the 1850s where he married and had a son. He was Confederate in the Civil War and became a POW. When the war was over and he was released he went back home to find his wife had presumed him dead and had remarried and had another child. Therefore, James Wyatt decided to leave the family alone and after visiting his son left Missouri altogether and ended up in Texas; his Missouri-born son later joined him there by 1880, leaving none of my Wyatts in Missouri to my knowledge.

I have researched each of his siblings as well and none of them lived in Missouri.

Thanks for inquiring! I have my Wyatt DNA registered, so if you also have done this, perhaps we could compare those.

Added by Joan (Wyatt) Bradley on Jul 24, 2014 2:31 PM
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