|Mrs Fenton||RE: Sallie David Boaz|
If I took pictures of them, I can't find them, but I'm grateful you approve.
Added by Mrs Fenton on Aug 15, 2016 5:14 PM
|Carole Conrad||malinda stansberry stansberry|
malinda is my cousin
would love to share info
carole conrad in nc
Added by Carole Conrad on Jul 22, 2016 10:26 PM
|Christian Ryle||It looks like we are distant relatives!|
Your GG Grandparents (Zilda Boisvert and Edward Spooner) are my GGGG Grandparents! That would make us 3rd cousins twice removed it seems.
Added by Christian Ryle on Mar 30, 2016 6:08 PM
|N.E.||RE: Oscar Hanson|
You're welcome. Nancy
Added by N.E. on Mar 24, 2016 2:04 PM
|Mary Edmiston||Re: Capt Richard Caldwell Vernon|
Feliciana, would you please consider making a transfer of Capt Richard Caldwell Vernon to me as I am a direct ancestor to him on my dad's side of the Vernon family (Pleasant Preston Vernon). We have corresponded over the years and appreciate all the help you have provided me, so you know I shall take care of Capt Caldwell. #47313854 is my Find A Grave ID. Thanks so very much. Mary Edmiston
Added by Mary Edmiston on Feb 20, 2016 12:11 PM
|David Matthews||RE: Martha Elizabeth Burnett Holman|
I am happy you like the picture of Martha. Years ago I found a picture of my great-grandfather much the same way. I was so thankful that in my search for other family members I post pictures that I run across.
Added by David Matthews on Jan 28, 2016 8:09 PM
|Jesse McWhirter||Pirtle research|
HARDEMAN COUNTY TENNESSEE FAMILY HISTORY VOLUME 2 PAGE 193
From 1826 to 1836 a George M. Pirtle Born. 1786 and died. 1865 lived in Harteman County, Tennessee. He was on the Harteman county tax rolls at this time and is on the court records. This George M. Pirtle was the son of George M. Pirtle born Ca. 1746 and died Ca. 1813 who fought in the battle of Kings Mountain in South Carolina in the Revolutionary war and had received a 640 acre land grant in 1783 in Davidson county, Tennessee. George M. Pirtle married Nancy Moore born 1789 died 1866 the were married in Davidson County Tennessee in 1807. After living in Harteman county, Tennessee for about 10 years hey settled in Graves county, Kentucky where they are buried at Pilot Oak. Th 1836 Stewarts Record Book of Hickman County, Tennessee circuit Methodist list a complaint against George M. Pirtle for hauling tobacco on the Sabbath. His oldest son John Alexander Pirtle married Mary B. Champion on August 24,1831 in Harteman county, Tennessee. Therefore George M. Pirtle in not a descendant of Michael Pirtle.
FINDAGRAVE.COM Memorial # 67284452
Added by Jesse McWhirter on Dec 03, 2015 6:53 AM
|Nortonian||RE: James Douglas Norton and Family|
Added by Nortonian on Oct 18, 2015 8:36 PM
|Billie Jasper||RE: Pirkles/Pirtles|
Still pondering your frustration over Pirtles/Pirkles.
I found this Pirtle in with siblings of a Pirtle. I thought you would like to have a look at it.
It is a little confusing and I am not sure everything is correct, but it is interesting.
Added by Billie Jasper on Mar 15, 2015 7:15 PM
Hello Feliciana, What a lovely name you have.
I feel sure that somewhere back in time Pirkles and Pirtles must have been from the same lineage.
Thank you for appreciating my Pirkle memorial. I added more to William and John Pirkle today - mostly about the siblings of William and a will for John Pirkle. I haven't had anyone contact me for months and then two Pirkle/Pirtle descendants contacted me today. That is where the updates came from. Sometimes people just drop gifts by. Happy Hunting.
Added by Billie Jasper on Feb 20, 2015 10:45 PM
|Corky Swanson||RE: Martha A and Martha Jane|
Sorry, It has taken me so long to answer you. I have not changed Martha Walters middle initial to an A yet. My grandmother had a family bible which showed that both Martha Walters and her daughter Martha Young shared the same middle name of Jane. Can you look at the stone again and see for sure.
Added by Corky Swanson on Jul 12, 2014 9:29 PM
|Nortonian||RE: James Douglas Norton and Family|
You're welcome. Are you related to the Nortons, or have more information on the Nortons in KY by chance? I got stuck at William Thomas Norton b. May 7, 1845 in Mercer county KY d. Jan. 15, 1880 in Irvington, IL.
Added by Nortonian on Jul 05, 2014 4:08 PM
|Christine||Clara Boisvert Provst|
I was looking at information on here regarding the Augustin & Domithilde "Mathilde Ayotte" Boisvert family that immigrated from Canada. Someone that is related to this family emailed me on Ancestry.com when they saw my tree. He gave me this find a grave link where he has posted much information about this family.
My great grandfather was Elie Boisvert born in 1862. His sister was Clara. I've been trying to do research off and on for several years on Elie with not much luck. Some things are finally starting to come together as far as who his family was but his past prior to marrying my great grandmother, Filomena Pereira is still sketchy. I don't think Elie shared much about his past or even who his family was with his children. The one name that was mentioned that was remembered by my grandmother, Matilda Bovert, was that he had a sister named Clara. That is the only sibling name that was ever remembered being mentioned.
When I saw your post to GKA here about your great grandmother Clara Provost, I couldn't help but think this is the sister that Elie Boisvert had referred to. I would love help with this on any information you are willing to share.
Thanks so much,
Added by Christine on May 12, 2014 3:08 PM
|Martha Hall Wise McElroy||Doris Williams|
Of course, you are more than welcome to use the photo...I have no pride of ownership!!! Take care and God Bless.
Added by Martha Hall Wise McElroy on Mar 30, 2014 2:02 PM
|M G Embry||Lucinda Boaz|
No, not related. Just doing a bit of linking up of the Boaz family. Doing it for a friend who doesn't have a computer. Thanks.
Added by M G Embry on Feb 05, 2014 10:08 PM
|Saluki||RE: Winters Family|
Most certainly. I have processed the transfer and you should have them now. Have a great new year!
Added by Saluki on Jan 01, 2014 2:25 PM
|Jesse McWhirter||67284452 George M. Pirtle|
Can you tell me his parents.This could be his father in this agreement
MCWHIRTERS AND PIRTLES AGREEMENT
Be it known to all to whom it may concern that we GEORGE MCWHIRTER, GEORGE PIRTLE and MARY MCWHIRTER all of the County of Davidson and State of Tennessee being the only legatee of WILLIAM MACWHIRTER deceased.
Have entered into the following agreement may, we agree to lay aside the will of the said WILLIAM MCWHIRTER deceased and act with regard to the estate as of such will never existed - we do further agree to proceed to divide the real estate into three equal parts as near as may be, and if we cannot agree on choice, we agree to lot for the parts.
We further agree to proceed to sell the property at public sale that each of the legatees may as soon as possible have an equal share of the net proceeds arising from such sales and from the debts due to the said estate the whole to be performed on the same manner agreeable to law as if letters of administration had been formerly taken out.
To the true performance of the above agreement we do each of us bind ourselves our heirs be severally to each other in the penal sum of two thousand dollars witnessed our hands this 16th day of September 1802.
THOMAS NARMEY and JOHN COFFEE
MARY X MCWHIRTER
The execution of which agreement as above recited was in court held for the county of Davidson October sessions 1802 proven to be the act and duty of the said George M. MACWHIRTER and GEORGE PIRTLE and MARY MCWHIRTER by the both of JOHN COFFEE a subscribing witness thereto post I subscribing clerk DAVIDSON COUNTY COURT.
Added by Jesse McWhirter on Dec 28, 2013 12:03 PM
you are welcome.
I just hope I have her in the correct cemetery.
do you know?
Added by deegraver on Dec 09, 2013 8:19 AM
|Saluki||RE: Louis F Furst|
Thanks for your note. I have transferred Mr. Furst's memorial to your care.
Added by Saluki on Nov 11, 2013 10:22 PM
|Marilyn Jones||RE: Williams and Roberts|
Thanks, I live next door to the Old Bethlehem Cemetery. My great grand father was Alfred Roberts. There is a link to my web site on my bio. Marilyn Jones
Added by Marilyn Jones on Aug 16, 2013 10:38 AM
|Donna Gainer||RE: Me Too!|
Sure, Feliciana, it is truly a lovely spot. When in the area I always visit there.
Added by Donna Gainer on May 26, 2013 5:05 PM
|Scot Shively||Mathias Kyger - Roller Cemetey|
I am related to Mathias and have posted his photo
and have the following to add to his page:
Born 2 Aug 1844, Hancock Co., Indiana
Son of John Kiger, Jr and Sarah (Gwinnup) Kiger of Hancock Co., Indiana
Fifth of eight children
He was a farmer near Greenfield, Indiana when he enlisted in the military.
Civil War Service
Enlisted in 9th Cavalry., 121 Regiment, Co. B Indiana Volunteers 11 Nov 1863
Mustered in 13 Nov 1863 at Indianapolis
Promoted to Corporal on 16 May 1865
Mustered out 5 Sep 1865 at St. Louis, MO
Moved to Missouri after the Civil War
Married 7 May 1870 to Amanda M. Rafferty at Shelby Co., Indiana
Mathias and Amanda had eight known children
He died 2 Dec 1899
Punta Gorda, FL
Added by Scot Shively on May 15, 2013 7:32 PM
|Bryce Robinson||RE: Susan Williams|
You wrote a nice note. I'm working on linking Susannah to her first husband Warren Wescott.
Thank you very much for the transfer!
Added by Bryce Robinson on May 02, 2013 8:15 AM
|Bryce Robinson||Memorial For Susan Williams|
I like your photo for your bio!
We have an interest in the memorial for "Susan" B. Williams (Find A Grave # 69357227). Susannah Bentley Tilton Wescott Williams (b1826/d1920) is my wife's 2nd Great Grandmother. She was born in Deerfield, New York, and married Warren Wescott on 11 March 1847 in Hammond, New York. They moved to Missouri in the early 1860's. Warren died in 1867. She then married William Williams on 5 May 1868 in Carroll County, Missouri. Both husbands are buried side by side in the Cameron Cemetery in Livingston County, Missouri.
After the death of her 2nd husband in 1885, Susan moved to southwest Missouri with her son-in-law, William Bartlett, and his brother, Sargent Bartlett. William was married to Susan's daughter, Altha Jane.
We have been to the Roller Cemetery and have photos of Susan's gravesite. If you are not related to Susan, we would really appreciate if you would transfer her memorial to us.
Bryce Robinson Find A Grave # 47642057
Added by Bryce Robinson on Apr 27, 2013 1:59 PM
|deegraver||RE: Thanks for the Lovells|
the cemetery is located near the house where John and Rhody lived. That's what I was told and that is all I know.
Thanks. You will find his sister when you least expect it!
Added by deegraver on Mar 24, 2013 6:24 PM