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Hello. I am originally from California. I have lived in Oregon for 17 years. I love my hobby of ancestry researching, along with listening to music, playing the piano, and studying the Bible. |
I am researching Gideon, Everett, Stanphill, Meek, Mills, Boren, Holman, Frederick, Davis, Fisher, Pruett, Leonard, Guess/Guest/Gist, Hudspeth, Taylor, Reese, Fortner, Favor, Sanders, Harveston, McGaugh, Phillips, , Simpson, Tucker, Leverett, Romano, Leonard, Gage, Boydston, Sisco, Snow, Evans, Childress/Childers, Jones, Bonds, Sullivan.
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|Susan Bailey||RE: # 157422146 Milly|
I got your multiple (long) messages. We can stop corresponding now. There's no reason why you should copy and upload my photo of Brushy Cemetery gate under your name on 3 memorials. It's as simple as that. I don't understand why it's so difficult for you to credit me with the photo, since I went there and took it - you did go there and you did not take the photo. I also pointed out a duplicate memorial that you had created, and a situation where you had created a cemetery that does not exist. No need to continue this conversation.
|Susan Bailey||RE: # 157422146 Milly|
Bev, You are the manager of your John Henry's memorial. As such, you are the only person who can manage his "family links". That said, he is currently linked to my Barlow memorial, showing Barlow as his father. I appreciate the good work that you're doing for your branch of the family. Regarding the photo situation, in July 2014 I went to Brushy. I posted a photo of the cemetery gate/sign on the main cemetery page. Bryan Baker visited Brushy after I'd been there that time and did contact me. He and I have corresponded. He has done some amazing work. I can't speak to his policy regarding download/repost of his photos. In terms of my photos, I prefer that you stick to rules laid out by Find A Grave / Ancestry and request permission to post the photo and then credit me as the originator of the photo (simple courtesy). You uploaded my original photo of Brushy cemetery without my permission and without crediting me as originator under your following memorials: Lewis Calvin Hudspeth Memorial# 61101469 - you added my photo under your name on added 6/25/15. Mary Hudspeth Memorial# 114996749 - you added my photo under your name on 4/24/15. Sarah Ann “Sallie” Gage Hudspeth Memorial# 112576790 - you added my photo under your name on 6/25/15.
I'm on Ancestry under "myfamilyconnections2"
I have a tree there but not much on the Singleton/McPeek side.
This is my husband's side of the family. Via his PAGE line.
Hester/Hettie Singleton married James W Page.
Sorry I can't help you further.
I am sorry for the delay but I did get the Harvistons transferred over to you. If you find more of them, just let me know.
|Mark Miller||William Guess|
As far as I have been able to determine, William Guess enlisted in Hunter's MISSOURI Cavalry of 1864.
Colonel Dewitt C. Hunter had previously commanded the 8th Missouri and raised a regiment (never fully organized) in the spring of 1864. The unit was comprised of a large number of Arkansas recruits. There are no Compiled Service Records for this unit.
In the engagements of the Camden Expedition, notably as Marks' Mills on 25 Apr 1864, the unit was part of J. O. Shelby's Brigade. With Shelby taking on a larger command during the next campaign, this unit became part of Sidney Jackman's Brigade, of Shelby's Cavalry Division. Hunter's Cavalry participated in Price's Missouri Expedition, fighting an action in the very early stages of the campaign at Ashley's and Jones' Station (near DeValls Bluff) on 24 Aug 1864.
As the expedition proceeded through Missouri, The Confederates were forced eastward through the state and ended up heading toward Kansas City. On October 22nd, there was a sharp action at Independence, Missouri as the Confederate troops sought to clear the town. A member of your ancestor's unit, J.P. Boatwright, recalled in 1901 that he saw him in a yard in the corner of a fence dying of cholera. He had been taken OUT of an ambulance and laid there. The Confederate troops fled from the town leaving wounded and able-bodies prisoners alike in Union hands. This occurred on October 22, 1864 (not Oct 15 as Boatwright and his compatriot state in Elizabeth Guess' Pension Application. On Oct 15, Hunters' Cavalry was near California, Missouri many miles east of Independence).
There are numerous records of Confederate captured at Independence, Westport, Mound City, and Mine Creek between 21-25 Oct 1864. Most of the prisoners were sent to St. Louis' Gratiot Street Prison and then on to points north (with Alton, Illinois and Camp Douglas, Illinois receiving a majority of the prisoners captured during late October 1864). The fact that no prisoner-of-war record of William Guess/Guest exists is a near certain indication that he did not survive capture by even 24 hours.
I don't think you will ever find an official paper that details your ancestor's exact fate, but the anecdotal evidence from his widow's pension together with his absence in the very complete Federal prisoner of war records suggest strongly that he departed life 22 Oct 1864 in Independence, Missouri.
I have no genealogical connection to this man. The information I have thus far is:
HUDSPETH, JONATHAN AHIJAH “HIGE”: C.S. Adams’-Peel’s Arkansas Infantry Regiment Pvt/Pvt.
Enlisted in Madison Co., Arkansas. Transferred to Company B, 17th (Harrell’s) Arkansas Cavalry Battalion 2 Mar 1863. Present through Jun 1863. Born in Arkansas. Age listed as 9 on 1850 Carroll Co., Arkansas Census. Died 1872. Buried in Brushy Cemetery, Metalton, Carroll, Arkansas. Brother of Amos W., John F., and William A. Hudspeth.
HUDSPETH, AMOS WARREN: C.S. Company B, 17th (Harrell’s) Arkansas Cavalry Battalion Pvt/Pvt.
Enlisted 2 Mar 1863 in Madison Co., Arkansas. Present through Jun 1863. Wounded in left index finger. Born 15 Mar 1844 in Carroll Co., Arkansas. Age listed as 5 on 1850 Carroll Co., Arkansas Census. Age listed as 15 on 1860 Madison Co., Arkansas Census. Married (1) Rebecca J. Hudson [widow of John A. Hawkins (MDC)] 16 Jan 1870 in Carroll Co., Arkansas. Age listed as 38 on 1880 Madison Co., Arkansas Census. Married (2) Mary Jane Holloway abt 1885 in Arkansas. Age listed as 55 on 1900 Carroll Co., Arkansas Census. Filed Pension Application (#16616) 3 Aug 1904 from Carroll Co., Arkansas (the application cites service in Company I, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, but no CSR’s have been found for any unit but the one abovementioned). Died 10 Nov 1926 in Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Buried in Gobbler Cemetery, Gobbler, Carroll, Arkansas. Brother of John F., Jonathan A., and William A. Hudspeth. Son-in-law of Charles C. Holloway. Brother-in-law of James F. Hudson.
HUDSPETH, JOHN FRANKLIN: C.S. Adams’-Peel’s Arkansas Infantry Regiment Pvt/Pvt. Enlisted in
Madison Co., Arkansas. Transferred to Company B, 17th (Harrell’s) Arkansas Cavalry Battalion 2 Mar 1863. Present through Jun 1863. Born 1 Jun 1839 in Arkansas. Age listed as 11 on 1850 Carroll Co., Arkansas Census. Age listed as 23 on 1860 Madison Co., Arkansas Census. Married (1) Lucille Jane Howard 13 Aug 1871 in Carroll Co., Arkansas. Age listed as 43 on 1880 Carroll Co., Arkansas Census. Filed Pension Application (#16561) 23 Aug 1902 from Madison Co., Arkansas. Married (2) Perlinda Bottoms 24 Aug 1902 at Metalton, Carroll, Arkansas. Age listed as 72 on 1910 Madison Co., Arkansas Census. Died 15 Oct 1920 at Marble, Madison, Arkansas. Buried in Brushy Cemetery, Metalton, Carroll, Arkansas. Brother of Amos W., Jonathan A., and William A. Hudspeth. Brother-in-law of Stephen Howard.
HUDSPETH, WILLIAM A.: C.S. Adams’-Peel’s Arkansas Infantry Regiment Pvt/Pvt. Enlisted Aug
1862 in Madison Co., Arkansas. Transferred to Company B, 17th (Harrell’s) Arkansas Cavalry Battalion 2 Mar 1863. Present through Jun 1863. Born in Arkansas. Age listed as 7 on 1850 Carroll Co., Arkansas Census. Married Sarah E. _____. Age listed as 18 on 1860 Madison Co., Arkansas Census. Brother of Amos W., John F., and Jonathan A. Hudspeth.
I'll look into the Guest query next.
|Jim & Phyllis Snow||RE: Meek family transfers|
It was my pleasure to transfer Jacob Amasa Meek 34000496, Margaret Dunlap Meek 34000538, Elizabeth Paralee "Betty" Meek 33974584 and Susan E Meek 36559496 to you. If there is anything else I can do to help you connect with your family, please feel free to let me know. Phyllis
|McPeek226||RE: Elizabeth McPeek|
Yes, we have the same James McPeek. His wife Sara Nelson died between 1850 and 1860. I have not found any death information on her. James died between 1856 - 1858, so I used 1857 as an estimated death date. If you will email me, I can give you more about James, his father William and the McPeeks.
|Jim & Phyllis Snow||RE: Martha Jane Favor 33377844|
I have transferred Martha's memorial to you. If I have any other Meek family members that you would like transferred to you, just let me know and I will be glad to do that.
|McPeek226||RE: Elizabeth McPeek|
I can help you. there were two Elizabeth McPeaks. One was the daughter of William "Billy" McPeak, who was born in 1788 and the other was the daughter of William McPeak, Jr. born 1822. Can you give me some more information so I can tell you which it is?
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