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Nancy Lee Huggins (#47381098)
 member for 6 years, 10 months, 18 days
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Patti Yourko Burns
RE: Ebenezer Methodist Cemetery
Opps Sorry about that!

Added by Patti Yourko Burns on Jul 28, 2017 10:14 AM

Tammy Lord
RE: McCutchen
Thank you so much. There are several more in Cameron Cemetery that I am related to. Hopefully, I'll get to those soon.

Added by Tammy Lord on Jun 20, 2017 9:57 AM

Virginia Wilson Bailey
Daniel Huggins & Family
Nancy, I have been looking for information on Daniel Huggins and the only names that I have for his father is, Thomas Huggins or Dan Huggins. A family tree shows that Daniel Huggins was born March 1789 in Cork, Ireland. d. abt 1880 in Texas. This is my first time to see that he was born in Ireland. There are questions in my mind about this info. -- Daniel was married 3 times. 1. "Sally" Sarah Truluck m. 30 Aug. 1825 in Decatur, Georgia. b. 1810 d. 1863 b. in the Huggins Cemetery. 2. LaVincey Lunsford b. 1819 d. 1887. d. in Louisiana. 3. Lucy Barrington Sept. 26, 1864 in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Lucy died and is buried in Texas. -- I have added a lot of information to the following #49263964 Mwhuggins1968 and #48138137 Anita Lingerfelt. Please pull up these numbers to share information that I researched. Daniel's male children 1. Jasper Huggins 1840-1928, He is buried in the Huggins Cemetery, Red River Parish, Louisiana. 2, John Huggins 1825-1880 d. May 1, 1880 in Kaufman, Texas. 3. George Washington Huggins 1836-1893 b. in Florida. 4. Newton Huggins, killed by wild Indians probably in Texas on their way west. Daniel lived in Washington, Georgia in 1820. Daniel lived in Escambia, Florida in 1830. His family moved a lot until they bought land in Red River Parish, Louisiana. All of Daniel's children were by his first marriage. Most of this family were of the Methodist faith until later in life. The nearest church to their land was a Baptist Church. This church still exist today and has been remodeled recently. It is called Social Springs Baptist Church off Hwy 371 South of Ringgold, Bienville Parish, Louisiana. Hope that all of this info. help.--I will keep looking.

Added by Virginia Wilson Bailey on Jun 15, 2017 9:39 PM

Virginia Wilson Bailey
Daniel Huggins & Family
Nancy, I have been researching the Daniel Huggins Family. I came across your extensive work on the Huggins Family and decided to contact you in regard to Daniel. -- Daniel Huggins b. in Charleston, SC abt. 1792. He died somewhere in Texas abt. 1880. He m. Sally Truluck in Charleston, SC. and had the following children: John H. Huggins (Martha Ann Sneed), George Huggins, Newton Huggins (he was killed by Wild Indians while on their way through Texas), Sally Huggins, Leona Huggins (her husband was left behind burial u/k, and Jasper Huggins. His four sons served in the Civil War and faught for the Southern Army. All four sons returned home after the war without major injuries. Daniel's first wife, Sally Truluck Huggins b. in 1810 in SC and died in 1863 in Red River Parish, Louisiana. She is buried in the Huggins Cemetery in Red River Parish, Louisiana. This cemetery is located on the 300 acres that Daniel homesteaded. When Daniel left Louisiana he was heading West. His son Jasper stayed in Louisiana and bought Daniel's land and moved into the two story house that Daniel had built. My son, Timothy C. Boyet owns part of the orginal homestad and lives on it. The Huggins Cemetery is across the road from his house. Nearby, there is a large cemetery called Social Springs Cemetery. Many Huggins relatives are buried there. -- With this information, do you have a connection to our Huggins Family. They lived in SC, GA, MS, LA, and TX. We believe that Daniel's father was also, Dan or Daniel. I would appreciate any info. or help given. Thanks

Added by Virginia Wilson Bailey on Jun 15, 2017 11:51 AM

Gerard Brownstone
RE: Norma Ruley
Your Very Welcome !

Added by Gerard Brownstone on Jun 03, 2017 8:32 PM

Hal
RE: Harriet Newell Stone
You are welcome. Was going to photo Mr. Tanner for you, but he has no tombstone yet.

Added by Hal on May 01, 2017 10:48 AM

rose jacobs
Harriette Huggins
Thanks for the photos!
Rose

Added by rose jacobs on Mar 29, 2017 10:40 AM

rose jacobs
sadie Brockington
Thanks for the picture!
Rose

Added by rose jacobs on Mar 29, 2017 10:29 AM

Susan R Perhala-Horry County Cemetery Registration
110669205
The obit posted appears to be for his son, not him. Would you take a look at this. States that his wife is Peggy Lovett McElveen. I knew Peggy Lovett and Charlie and bet you did too.

Added by Susan R Perhala-Horry Cou... on Mar 22, 2017 9:27 AM

Donna McPherson
RE: Recent edits
I am recovering from open heart surgery so if it takes me a few days just don't give up I will get them done.
Donna

Added by Donna McPherson on Feb 11, 2017 6:05 AM

clyde fluitt
James H. Fluitt, Civil War record
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I have updated his bio notes,on Find a Grave.

He was in the 2nd Regiment of South Carolina Artillery.

We work well together to accomplish each task

Added by clyde fluitt on Feb 09, 2017 12:23 PM

holly k
queen pressley
thank you

Added by holly k on Feb 06, 2017 9:32 AM

Jessica Colella-Shake
RE: Harrriet Louise Reeder Clark
Wonderful! Thank you so much! My email is jessicapaigecolella@gmail.com

Added by Jessica Colella-Shake on Jan 31, 2017 9:13 AM

Susan R Perhala-Horry County Cemetery Registration
William Richardson
Thank you for the stone photo for William Richardson.

Added by Susan R Perhala-Horry Cou... on Jan 17, 2017 2:52 PM

silvermom
RE: Ralph S. Altman
Very nice. Thank you! (He was my husband's uncle.)

Added by silvermom on Dec 31, 2016 11:38 AM

silvermom
RE: Ralph S. Altman
Sorry, I don't have a photo posted on any of "our" Ralph S Altmans. I couldn't find that #89492357 either.

Added by silvermom on Dec 30, 2016 12:18 PM

Grave Walker
RE: Transfer of Killis Phillips
Hello Nancy,

Thanks for the transfer of Killis Phillips, my 2x great grandfather. You are welcome to contact me via email. It's jphillips2nc@yahoo.com. I believe that you and I are cousins through the Phillips line. I look forward to hearing from you!

Joanna Phillips

Added by Grave Walker on Dec 30, 2016 7:36 AM

Willie Dee
FAG Naming Conventions
Hello, I am sending several edits so that the memorials conform to Find A Grave naming conventions

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=listFaqs#147

Added by Willie Dee on Dec 23, 2016 12:07 PM

Richard Hodges
Lt. Richard Kellahan (#123376459)
Thanks, much for supplying the grave photo for Lt. Kellahan. It is appreciated! - Richard Hodges

Added by Richard Hodges on Dec 10, 2016 10:03 AM

Grave Walker
Transfer of Killis Phillips
Please transfer the memorial for Killis Phillips to me. He is my 2x great grandfather. Memorial # 142818302.

Thanks,
Joanna Phillips
F.A.G. member # 48384287

Added by Grave Walker on Nov 01, 2016 8:50 AM

James & Sandra Barnhill
FAG Memorial# 126576733
Please correct the birth year on this memorial. Thanks!

Added by James & Sandra Barnhill on Sep 22, 2016 1:48 PM

Jessica Colella-Shake
Common Relative?
Hi Nancy!

Trying to get back into some genealogy research and I'm having trouble confirming a common relative of ours. She was my 2nd great grandmother, Harriet Manning Reeder. I have that she married Solomon Lee Clarke, was born about 1881 in Charleston, died in Charleston as well, and had four children: Lee Jr., Ernest (my great grandfather), Hazel, and Hattie. Why I believe Harriet was the daughter of Alice Huggins and Ernest Reeder is because of the reuse of these family names (Hazel and Ernest). I think it would be too much of a coincidence otherwise.

However, for some reason, I cannot find mention of her being the eldest daughter of Ernest and Alice. Harriet (often called Hattie as well) would have been 11 when her Mother died (at the time her youngest sibling, Alice Jr., was born). I'm wondering maybe it's because she was probably buried in the same cemetery as Solomon, her husband? (Another anomaly, I know where Solomon's parents were buried, but cannot find the resting place of either him or Hattie.)

Did you perhaps ever hear mention of another child of Ernest Manning Reeder and Alice Gertrude Huggins? A Harriet M. Reeder, who would have been born around 1881? I'm just curious and want to try to confirm that she was truly their daughter, so anything you might have heard of her would be helpful! Thank you and take care.

Added by Jessica Colella-Shake on Jun 21, 2016 12:04 PM

Linda Nichols
their are two Samuel Cooper Godwin's?
at the Cameron Cemetery you have two Samuel Cooper Godwin's #69689309 and 69690713. I would like to attach the Wife Rebecca Lucinda Cameron #69690887. I am hoping you will delete one of the Samuel Cooper Godwin's and attach his wife for me.
Thank You, Linda Nichols

Added by Linda Nichols on Jun 13, 2016 2:43 PM

Grave Walker
Transfer of Killis Phillips #142818302
Hello Nancy Huggins,

Will you please transfer my 2x great grandfather's memorial to me? Killis Phillips Memorial #142818302. I would appreciate it. I would like to update his burial place.

My F.A.G. # is #48384287. Any questions or comments, please contact me on F.A.G. or via email at jphillips2nc@yahoo.com.

Thank you!
Joanna Phillips

Added by Grave Walker on May 03, 2016 11:52 AM

Jim Roper
Deborah Jean McClary
Ms. Huggins,
Thank you for your work in keeping this site up for all to use for research.
You have Deborah Jean McClary as the daughter of her grandfather. She should be shown as the daugher of James Weldon McClary, Jr. and not Sr.

Thanks,
Jim

Added by Jim Roper on Feb 23, 2016 7:38 AM

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