|Kathryn Roberts (#48293127)|
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I wouldn't mind at all, if you would go to each memorial and request from there it would be easier.
|Rita Hicks DonCarlos||John Kittle Armstrong|
I would be glad to transfer the memorial to you as I have no connection at all to this family.
Just let me know,
|Rita Hicks DonCarlos||Thomas Merton Armstrong|
I changed the info on the wives of John Kittle Armstrong as well as the spelling of his middle name.
However, I can not change the connection of Thomas to John Kittle as I did not add the memorial for Thomas.
I did however write to the person who did the memorial for Thomas and ask them to change it.
Hope this helps,
|Jaqi||RE: Stephen R. Roberts|
Hello. I'm a descendant of Stephen Roberts (b. Aug 17,1801 NC). His daughter Rachel is my great great grandmother. He is in the Cooke and Montague Co. census from 1860-1880. I believe the grave marked with the veteran of San Jacinto plaque is my ancestor.
I think the plaque may be a mistake. I have no proof, just the fact that the Texas Revolution Stephen's age is different in the 1850 Washington Co.TX census than what is on the plaque. My Stephen was in Haywood Co. NC in 1850. The plague dates match up with my Stephen. And his brother, Lt. Van (Van Buren) Roberts is buried in the same cemetery. (And a possible older sister.) The Montague County history talks about them fighting Indians, and Van being killed by Indians.
I'm far from an expert. I just play around with my family tree, using what I find on the internet. I would be happy to find out that my Stephen did fight at San Jacinto, but it doesn't fit. I just want to confirm if this is really my Stephen's grave. I don't know what the middle initial, R stands for. I don't know a middle name for my Stephen.
If you straighten this out or have any information on my Roberts, I'd love to know.
Added by Jaqi on Dec 13, 2013 8:35 AM