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Marvin Barr (#47395291)
 member for 6 years, 9 months, 21 days
M Rudge
RE: Thank you!
You are most welcome!

Added by M Rudge on Sep 06, 2017 6:23 PM

Thomas Barr
# 62734500 I would like to have his picture. I have his wife Ruth Harriman Cox Burns Barr info if you want it. Please contact me.

Thanks, Happy Hunting

Added by Rootsrcher on Oct 24, 2014 9:25 AM

Ann Puppin Groethausen 77041590
I got this info from a relative several years and no longer have access to it. If you can verify you info I will be glad to change my info.

Added by Wladek on Jun 09, 2014 8:51 PM

Robert [Bob] K.Nobles,Jr
marargert Burch Fulghum Parkerson
Ancestors of Margaret Burch

Generation No. 1

1. Margaret Burch, born 11 Aug 1822 in Irwin County., Georgia; died 29 Aug 1916 in Tift County., Georgia {Tifton Gazette, 9/8/1916}. She married (1) Murden Fulghum 18 Feb 1843 in Irwin County., Georgia, By: Manassah Henderson1. He was born 1825 in Pulaski County., Georgia, and died 1864 in CSA Hospital., Putnam County., Georgia. He was the son of Jackson Fulghum and Mary Parkerson. She married (2) John B. Parkerson 10 Feb 1867 in Pulaski County., Georgia. He was born 1827 in Pulaski County., Georgia, and died Bef. 1900 in Tift County., Georgia.

Notes for Margaret Burch:
The Tifton Gazette
Tifton, Georgia
Friday, September 8, 1916


Mrs. Maggie Parkerson die at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bettie Bussell, August 29th.

Mrs. Parkerson was 94 years of age; she was born August 16, 1822. She has lived near Tifton for thirt years.

The funeral was held at the home of Mr. B. F. Simmons, Rev. W. W. Webb conducted the services.

Mrs. Parkerson was widowed three times and is survived by seven children: Mrs. Rachel Fulgham, of Route 2; Mrs. Bettie Bussell, of Route 2; Mary Fulgham, of Cordele; Mr. J. D. Parkerson, of Tifton; Mr. Thomas Fulgham, of Cordele; Nird Thomas, of Macon, and Mrs. Carrie Rogers, of Eastman.

Mrs. Parkerson is mourned by her relatives and many friendfs throughout this entire section.

Georgia Marriages to 1850
about Margaret Burch
Name: Margaret Burch
Spouse: Murden Fulgram
Marriage Date: 18 Feb 1843
Marriage County: Irwin
Marriage State: Georgia

Georgia Marriages, 1699-1944 about Margaret Fulghum
Name: Margaret Fulghum
Spouse: John B. Parkerson
Marriage Date: 12 Feb 1867
County: Pulaski
State: Georgia


Marriage 1 MARGARET BURCH b: 1826 in IRWIN CO., GA,

1900 United States Federal Census
about Margret Parkinson
Name: Margret Parkinson
[Margret Parkerson]
Age: 74
Birth Date: Aug 1834
Birthplace: Georgia
Home in 1900:Tifton, Berrien, Georgia
Race: White
Gender: Female
Relation to Head of House: Head
Marital Status: Widowed
Father's Birthplace: North Carolina
Mother's Birthplace: Georgia
Mother: number of living children: 10
Mother: How many children: 15
Household Members:
Name Age
Margret Parkinson 74
Rachael Frugham 52
Margret Simmons 20
Hilda F Simmons 8/12
Benjamin Simmons 22

More About Margaret Burch:
Burial: Unknown, Parkerson Cemetery., Tift County., Georgia

Notes for Murden Fulghum:

Added by Robert [Bob] K.Nobles,Jr on Nov 18, 2013 4:45 PM

Robert [Bob] K.Nobles,Jr
REf Little Berry Burch & Margaret Wright
I am so thrilled. Do you have a phone. I sure would like to talk to you. I just called Tad Evans and he does not have any of my Fulghum information.. fulghhum information> I am showing thiose two you spoke of: and when I hook them up with the right Littleberry Burch and they won't be illegimate

I'll send my margaret in a seperete email

Added by Robert [Bob] K.Nobles,Jr on Nov 18, 2013 4:37 PM

Carol McConkey Skeen
Eliza Jane Miller Jones Whitacre Milstead
Sorry it has taken me a while to thank you for linking her with her daughter. I do appreciate it. I would love to trade information with you. Email is

Added by Carol McConkey Skeen on Oct 06, 2013 6:08 PM

Carolyn (Castle) BeVier
Rachel (Masters) Hagan
Thank you for the info on Rachel. I added it to her memorial. Are you related to her? You can email me at if you'd like.

Added by Carolyn (Castle) BeVier on Aug 12, 2013 5:36 PM

Bennie White
G. W. Broadway Memorial# 61316844
Thank you for the additional information on G. W. Broadway. It has been posted to his memorial.

Added by Bennie White on Feb 28, 2013 3:31 PM

Bear & Willow
RE: Stumptown Cemetery
The move has been made. If you look for Stumptown, you get both Stumptown and Pleasant Ridge. Please check it to be sure the correct cemeteries were joined.

Tricia 'Willow'

Added by Bear & Willow on Sep 27, 2012 7:27 AM

Paula Davis
RE: William A. Broadway photo
You are welcome. Andrews Chapel is quaint and old. There are many unmarked graves in this cemetery. The cemetery is well kept, but many markers are so worn.... sad.

Added by Paula Davis on Sep 05, 2012 1:53 PM

RE: Lydia (Naylor) Burkhart's children
Lydia's husband John Burkhart was married to Maria (Mary)A Kittel 1 May 1870. They had 6 children: N Michael, Mary Philomena (photo on line), ____, Katherine Josephine, Margaret, & Mary E born in 1886...same year her mother died. See 1880 fed census for Grandview Twp, Washington Co.

John & Lydia married in 1891. 1910 census lists Wilbur age 14 & Russell 1810; Sandy Twp, Mineral City.

Some family info is more recent. Very confusing.

Added by jkosackcrosby on Sep 03, 2012 5:16 PM

In the prev memo, I meant to write "Baird", not "Bailey".

Added by jkosackcrosby on Sep 01, 2012 12:05 PM

RE: David B. Naylor
The culprit in the error of David B Naylor's name likely stems from the 1870 Fed census that reads "Bailey B Naylor". On upsizing the original the fancy "D" & perfectly dotted "i" are clarification of "David".

I also note Frank Naylor was listed as the informant on the death certificate of his sister, Annie Mabel.

Added by jkosackcrosby on Sep 01, 2012 12:02 PM

RE: David B. Naylor
This afternoon I carefully went thru the Naylor files. Either NO INITIAL is entered or it is Ball. I did not find a copy of the document where the property was transferred from Farlin to brother David. That is the only remaining source I know. jc

Added by jkosackcrosby on Aug 28, 2012 4:42 PM

RE: David B. Naylor
The records I have and the supplements from the descendants of David Ball Naylor leave no doubt in my mind the name is correct. Jane

Added by jkosackcrosby on Aug 28, 2012 8:45 AM

RE: Frank Williams & other things
Yes, the Naylor marriages are interesting. I am unaware of the connection to Pres Nixon, English royalty, & am not clear on the cousin connecting us to Mary Washington.

What little info I have on much of my paternal & maternal lineage, I find harder than I thought to enter on EVERYTHING interests me, so I get side-tracked.

My Mom was a one-room school teacher in her day; we were raised with bedtime stories & ancestral pride.

Religion divided many in our family. I'm sure you experienced that.

Doris Baker of Newcomerstown & her cousin Glenna Hart (Descendants of David Ball Naylor)have been my only contacts out your way. I see in a letter of Sept 30, 2002, Doris wrote to me that her mother said Lydia Naylor Burkhart smoked a pipe. Lydia & John had a son Thomas c 1897 born in Monroe County per his obit. Thomas had 3 1/2 bros & 3 1/2 sisters via John's prior marriage.

Added by jkosackcrosby on Aug 28, 2012 8:21 AM

RE: Lydia E. (Naylor) Burkhart Photograph
Hello Marvin, Glad to know someone NOT 6ft under!

I replied to Jonathan that at age 70 I think the younger of us should accept the memorial, esp if a man. Whatever is fine with me. I'm not sure what else I could add.

Here in Pennsylvania, I am the oldest living who has documented any family history. The only notation alongside Lydia & John Burkhart's name is that he was Catholic & not buried alongside her.

The wife of Farlin Naylor was Jane Williams, the daughter of David I Williams (1804-1880)& Sarah Rebecca Strahl. Perhaps Frank was a 1st cousin.

My 4th Great-grandparents were Samuel & Sobriety Bunker Williams. Briefly, Samuel (1755-1838) served in the American Revolution from his home in New Hampshire & in 1805 was awarded property in Ohio. After he moved to Maine he served in the War of 1812 & was held a POW on a ship in the St Lawrence. In 1817 he & large family successfully set out to claim his award in Holmes County, Ohio. Jane

Added by jkosackcrosby on Aug 28, 2012 3:28 AM

Jonathan Davis
Farlin Naylor
Thank you for the correction to Farlin Naylor's Site, I just my eyes are starting to go bad.

A Jane Crosby also contacted me, she is the great granddaughter of Farlin. I am not related to Farlin Naylor and wondered if either you or Marvin would like me to transfer ownership to one of you, I am sure either of you would give more justice to his memorial site. She said she would except but being 70 years old, she has values that believes the man should be offered first.

My 3rd great grandparents are also buried in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery and I always try to take shots of any Civil War veterans I find when visiting cemeteries either during my own family research or when passing some smaller cemeteries in my travels.

I am the current Sr. Vice Commander for the Dept. of Ohio of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War and will also be adding Farlin Naylor to our Graves Registration Site of our National Website. If you would like to see this site you can access it at You may also join the SUVCW has being a descendant of a Civil War veteran.

Added by Jonathan Davis on Aug 27, 2012 7:51 PM

Bear & Willow
RE: Stumptown Cemetery
appears that findagrave is a little behind. One of my requests to them about 4 months ago was answered today. Might take them a minute or two to get it straightened out.

Added by Bear & Willow on Aug 27, 2012 1:12 PM

Bear & Willow
RE: Stumptown Cemetery
I too have asked Find A Grave to join the two cemeteries. That would help with avoiding any additional confusion regarding the Stumptown name.

thank you for your help. I couldn't find anywhere that a Stumptown cemetery was listed and this helps tremendously.

Added by Bear & Willow on Aug 09, 2012 1:10 PM

Bear & Willow
Stumptown Cemetery
I agree with you that they are both the same cemetery and I thank you for taking the steps to have them combined. I have several family members buried there but couldn't locate the cemetery as one on it's own. I actually found out today, after a call from a friend in that area, that they are the same. It was my intention to get that fixed too - so you saved me a step.

Thank you

Added by Bear & Willow on Jul 13, 2012 7:52 PM

Oops, meant to leave a msg for you but sent it to Terry, your last picture post before me. I was just wondering how you line goes after Samuel Fry. How are you related to William Theopholis Fry and then Oliver Rolland Fry. I just enjoy figuring out relationships when I can. Missy

Added by giraffenut on Jun 19, 2012 10:06 AM

Anna Christina Fry
Thank you Marvin for the picture of Anna Christina Fry. I have been hoping to get this one. Thanks again for all your efforts! Peace Missy

Added by giraffenut on Jun 19, 2012 9:48 AM

Terry Teichert McDonald
Samuel Fry
Thank you so much for the photo of Samuel Fry my husbands third great grandfather!

Added by Terry Teichert McDonald on Jun 18, 2012 9:47 AM

David C. Dyess
RE: Photos
You are welcome. I am glad I could do it.

Added by David C. Dyess on Jun 10, 2012 8:26 AM


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