|Melanie ||RE: undocumented entries|
I assume for the same reason you created one for Daniel J Reynolds even though you have no confirmed information about his actual burial.
I have used Find a Grave very successfully to make contact with other family members that have been able to fill in missing info. I have shared what info I have with lots of people including you. And thought we were both working to help complete the Reynolds info.
Iryb Reynolds wife was Emeline Trim and her parents burial info is on Find A Grave. Creating a page for her allowed me to link her to those parents which may help other researchers
Sorry if I have some how offended you
Added by Melanie on Apr 13, 2017 7:59 PM
|kellybean||RE: Nancy Morgan Hart|
Thank you, Tom! I will certainly check out the book.
Added by kellybean on Aug 02, 2016 8:40 AM
|Melanie ||RE: Irby Reynolds|
Irby's name is misspelled on many of the census.
Once it's listed as Priby and on another it's Orby.
But always with his wife Martha Emeline Trimm about 10 years younger than him.
My research shows Abraham (Abram) Reynolds (Runnell) born 1755 in South Carolina and Winneford
Are the most likely parents of:
Added by Melanie on Aug 02, 2016 7:55 AM
|Melanie ||RE: Irby Reynolds|
I show irby was born in Darlington SC sometime between 1803 and 1807
I have found the census for each of the following years but his age is never consistent
1850 Choctaw AL
1860 Choctaw AL
1870 township 5 Lauderdale MS
1880 Hurricane Creek Lauderdale MS
In each census he is shown with his wife Emeline
Added by Melanie on Aug 02, 2016 5:55 AM
|kellybean||Nancy Morgan Hart|
Hi! I read your bio and we are some sort of cousins (I'm related through the Morgan side of the family).
It may be of interest to you that Samuel Hart (Nancy's son) lived in Carroll Co., GA. His property (specifically his home) is now being discussed in the news around here. (I'm doubly interested as the first owner of the house was John Long [also a relative of mine]).
The link to the article is:
Just thought I'd share. Take care.
Added by kellybean on May 03, 2016 1:42 PM
|Kathleen Hill||Mark Hart, son of Benjamin and Nancy|
Benjamin Hart and Nancy Morgan were my 5th great grandparents. I descend from their son Mark.
I'm writing to ask if you would please consider editing your Bio of Benjamin to include the information that his son Mark married Elizabeth "Betsy" Kimbro. See copy of marriage record below.
Mark died in Rutherford Co., TN in 1839 and, just FYI, Mark served in the Militia during the War of 1812.
Thanks for considering my suggestion.
Redondo Beach, CA
Tennessee Marriages to 1825 on ancestry.com
Name: Mark Hart
Spouse: Betsy Kimbro
Marriage Date: 20 Jul 1799
Marriage County: Davidson
Added by Kathleen Hill on Mar 02, 2016 3:18 PM
|Jennifer Boyce||McClure Cemetery|
Hi! My name is Jennifer Boyce, and I am a direct descendant to the McClures buried in that little unmarked cemetery called McClure Cemetery. My husband and I just went there last month, and noticed it was very overgrown. Is there someone who can upkeep the cemetery there? Also, is there some way I can put markers there for them? Or is there a reason that none are there. Makes me sad there isn't anything there stating they are there......
Granddaughter of Jesse McClure Nickerson
Added by Jennifer Boyce on Sep 04, 2014 12:43 PM
|Ray and Marty||Daniel Jacob Reynolds burial site?|
Thomas, I was wondering if you were ever able to determine where DJ Reynolds # 55249533 was actually buried. I too am a relative and searching for him.
Marty Roberts Lindsey
Added by Ray and Marty on Jan 03, 2014 10:51 AM
|Robert Bryant Jarman, Sr.||Jarman Cemetery, Cuba|
Hi Thomas, I live south of Meridian, Ms, not far from the cemetery, I plan to get there asap and make all pics,
Added by Robert Bryant Jarman, Sr. on Nov 25, 2013 4:00 PM
|Barbara (Devine) Davis||Hanel|
Thanks for the transfers, I have updated what I have... thanks
Added by Barbara (Devine) Davis on Nov 21, 2013 10:09 AM
|Barbara (Devine) Davis||Hanel family|
Thanks for the pictures,,, I have also sent you info on Zella Devin...
Added by Barbara (Devine) Davis on Nov 15, 2013 4:40 PM
|Rebecca Dunlap||Hood River Photos|
Thank you so very much for the photos!
Added by Rebecca Dunlap on Nov 14, 2013 8:43 PM
Tom, Thank you for trying to find Abraham's grave site.
Added by YJL on Nov 10, 2013 9:53 AM
I see the other photos now, Thanks so much!
Added by Rebecca Dunlap on Nov 09, 2013 5:16 AM
|Rebecca Dunlap||Amanda Marsh|
Thanks so much for the photo! SO appreciated!
Added by Rebecca Dunlap on Nov 09, 2013 5:14 AM
|Glenn and Tracy Morrow||Jack Rush|
Thanks a lot for taking the photo! Much appreciated!
Added by Glenn and Tracy Morrow on Nov 08, 2013 6:52 PM
|Dıehard||Your message to Jim Tipton|
Cemeteries with higher numbers of interment (I believe it is more than 200) do have a search feature. See this example. In addition to searching for surnames, you can simply enter a letter, let's say S, to see all the surnames beginning with S.
You can also manipulate the URL of a search list to "jump" further down the list. Let's suppose the cemetery has 800 memorials, adding "&GSsr=201" to the end of the URL in the address bar will advance you to the 5th page of memorials. If you don't want to remember that code, just advance to the second page of memorials and change "&GSsr=41" in the URL to "&GSsr=201".
Added by Dıehard on Nov 29, 2012 6:07 AM
|Crissa||Samuel Spencer Williams|
Thomas, thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request for Samuel Williams' headstone. I appreciate your kindness and your work.
Have a wonderful evening!
Added by Crissa on May 02, 2012 10:17 PM