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Mike White (#47543185)
 member for 5 years, 8 months, 5 days
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Wylodean Edwards
RE: John Lewis Fowler
Thank you Mike. That is the correct John Fowler,
John and Miriam had only two children James and Rebecca Jane. John was killed in CSA. Miriam (Mary/Mary Ann) move to GA with her father and brothers and then on to Alabama, think that is where she met and married Nathaniel S William Nathaniel was born Aug 1845 in Al and died 9 Sept 1901 in Point Deluce, Arkansas county,Ark. He is buried there, Miriam came back to Attala County, MS and died 15 Aug 1915.

Added by Wylodean Edwards on Oct 05, 2014 6:00 AM

Theron Dowell
Alice Eva "Eva" Watson McDowell
Tell me about Alice and John S McDowell? I have her as being married to Ephram McDowell.

Added by Theron Dowell on Sep 06, 2014 2:14 PM

Brian Wagnon
RE: Thomas Wagnon
My grandfather was Randall Wagnon, son of Thomas Jefferson Wagnon who was the son of Thomas Foreman Wagnon. I am currently working with the Goingsnake Historical Society to try to preserve Thomas F and Lucinda's grave site located just southeast of Baptist Mission north of Westville, OK. I am thinking that the historical significance of this family would be a bonus to trying to get the grant for the material needed to clear, clean up and fence the burial site. Thomas' contact with the Old Settler Cherokees could add to this. I am looking for primary source documents and any books or articles that may list them regarding the Wagnon family from contact with the Cherokees until around 1900 (when Thomas F was the steward at the Cherokee Nation Insane Asylum 1899-1901). Would love to collaborate and work alongside a fellow descendant. We are not separated by too many generations.

Added by Brian Wagnon on Aug 25, 2014 1:45 PM

Brian Wagnon
Wagnon
Hello Mike. I am a descendant of Thomas Wagnon and Elizabeth Ruddell. Interesting info you have in the bio on the Thomas' page. Could you give me the sources for that information?

Added by Brian Wagnon on Aug 25, 2014 8:11 AM

Mike Adams
RE: Tilman Bobo
Thanks!! I will let you know of anything I find, just getting started. Have been working mostly on my family Adams, Hall, Bradford & Martin.

Added by Mike Adams on Jul 02, 2014 12:37 PM

Linda Davis
FAG Guidelines
I know you are enjoying posting your genealogy on Find A Grave, but this is a grave registration site. You have to know the grave site before making a memorial. There is one memorial for one grave.

The guidelines for Find A Grave are located on the left side of any memorial under "Help with Find A Grave".

All duplicates will eventually deleted or merged with the originals. And, "unknown burial site" memorials have been deleted. Just thought you want to know.

Added by Linda Davis on May 14, 2014 4:24 AM

Linda Davis
RE: Donnie Bairdž
Thanks.

Added by Linda Davis on May 13, 2014 2:35 PM

Shane Spencer
Willie Herman Nettles
I photographed his marker at Chapelwood yesterday

Added by Shane Spencer on May 05, 2014 10:54 AM

Jim Savage
Ben Goodwin, Lois Goodwin Powell Memorials
Thank you! Additional information added!
Jim

Added by Jim Savage on Apr 20, 2014 1:44 PM

Texas Roots
RE: Rachel Shaw dup deleted
No problem. Just read your profile. We are probably related :) my "Whites" settled in Lamar County, TX.

Added by Texas Roots on Apr 17, 2014 4:00 PM

Frances Baker
Lucy Sewell Letcher
Lucy's memorial is #53373482 (Lucy Sewell Letcher)

Added by Frances Baker on Mar 26, 2014 5:12 AM

S. Woods
Donie Fishcher Dutton
Thank you for the information. I have updated her memorial.

S. Woods

Added by S. Woods on Mar 21, 2014 1:06 PM

Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams
RE: Willie B
Thanks so much for the picture.

Added by Nancy Jane Faulk White A... on Feb 18, 2014 10:43 PM

Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams
RE: Willie B
Thank you so much.

Added by Nancy Jane Faulk White A... on Feb 18, 2014 2:35 AM

Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams
Willie B "Willa" Fischer White
Hi Mike,
I am related to willie through her moter, Fomby, Lenora Lee. Do you mind if I use the pict. of Willie in my tree? I have a very large tree on tribalpages and ancestry. I work more on the tribalpages tree. I am also a White. But my White line is from Tennessee. I have conected my Fomby line to my tree in 4 different lines.
Thanks so much for the wonderful work you are doing.
Nancy

Added by Nancy Jane Faulk White A... on Feb 17, 2014 11:58 AM

Joyce Brown
RE: Vannie White
You are most welcome. I will go back out to the cemetery this week and hopefully will find the others.

Added by Joyce Brown on Feb 16, 2014 8:29 AM

Natalie Bauman
RE: Ovilla Ellis county
It was in one of the Grayson county history books that came out in the 1970s. I believe they are online on the POrtal of Texas History. l

Added by Natalie Bauman on Feb 05, 2014 11:54 AM

Natalie Bauman
RE: Conner Family
Yes.

I have a copy from a page from the Lavender Conner bible which records births and deaths. Would you be interested in that?

Added by Natalie Bauman on Feb 05, 2014 11:40 AM

Natalie Bauman
Ovilla Ellis county
The Daniels had ties to Ovilla Ellis county before the war and after the war. Did you know of any of my family who lived there named Myers, Hash, Graham, Edmundson? They all moved from Ellis county up to Grayson county as well.

Added by Natalie Bauman on Feb 05, 2014 11:27 AM

Natalie Bauman
RE: Conner Family
Yes, I don't know all the details, but my Daniel family who came with the Conners came from MO after the Civil War to Ellis county TX first, then briefly went back to MO, then all of the family came to Grayson county in wagons to settle in 1866. So it could still be the same ones, I think those names are unusual enough (esp. Lavender) that it has to be them.

Added by Natalie Bauman on Feb 05, 2014 11:20 AM

Natalie Bauman
RE: Conner Family
My ancestor Robert Daniel who migrated with the Conner family also was born in Montgomery KY in 1828, and the Daniel and Conner family continued to live next to each other here in Grayson county. They must have been close for generations. Did you see the newspaper articles about the Conners I put on some of the other Conner find a grave memorials? I still live next to where they lived.

Added by Natalie Bauman on Feb 05, 2014 10:37 AM

Swangirl
RE: William Henry Clarke
Mike, you are correct. It's Alice, not Anne. And she was the middle sister. Melinda was the oldest. I wrote that at around midnight so I got my A game mixed up. Thanks for your help.

Added by Swangirl on Jan 27, 2014 6:05 AM

Swangirl
William Henry Clarke
I am hoping you can help me unravel the mystery of Rev. William Henry Clarke (117874950) and his wives. I found his grave in the Decatur Cemetery. He is buried with who must be his second wife, Ann M. Clarke. Their son, who died at age 16, is buried with them.

I located a family tree online that contradicts the info. that you and I both saw listed in the Don Clarke collection at the Dekalb History Center. This tree indicates that his first wife, Melinda Kirby Clarke, died in 1837. It lists Anne as her older sister. It also indicates that after Anne died in 1863, he married the youngest Kirby sister, Julia. She died in 1905.

At this point, I am truly baffled. Do you have any info that could help me figure this out? Thanks!

Added by Swangirl on Jan 26, 2014 9:55 PM

Mary Ann Loss
RE: Sarah & Mary Clement
Thanks for making it easier for me to find them. Truly appreciate the grave numbers and such. MA

Added by Mary Ann Loss on Jan 17, 2014 2:38 PM

L G Shinn
RE: Ollie and Alice Parker
I also posted a picture for E.C. Parker (their son?) and his wife Grace Walker Parker; their burial is next to Ollie and Alice Parker. You might check it out.
L. Gayle Shinn

Added by L G Shinn on Jan 13, 2014 5:36 PM

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