|Charles Clark (#47285798)|
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Born - 1934 in the Iberis Community. Taylor County, Texas|
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|bright eyes||RE: (John) Wesley Gordon Hill|
Thank you so much!
|M C||RE: Milton Trammell|
He is number 32 in photo. If you click on the picture it gives a list of all identified in it.
*Also I have another photo from 1913 reunion of the front page of the Old Milton County Paper. If you would like it you can download from David William DeVore memorial in Providence Cemetery, Alpharetta.
Added by M C on Mar 19, 2014 1:10 PM
|Trapper John||Harvey John of Ellis Co., TX|
Thank you for your input concerning Harvey John. My great grandfather, Francis Marion John, Sr., #24920335, was a brother to William John, #19447575, who was Harvey John's father.
Harvey John and Ida Manning were married on 17 May 1891 in Ellis Co., TX. Marital problems must have existed between them prior to the 1900 since they were living separately when that census was taken.
Ida John is listed as Ida Johns in the 1900 Ellis Co., TX, census. Ernest, Lula [should be Lillian], and Henry are with her. They are at the same dwelling as Charles and Henrietta Manning who are Ida's "adoptive" parents. I don't think they formally adopted Ida and her brother, Eddy. In the 1880 Ellis Co., TX, census, Eddy Miller, adopted son, and Ida Miller, adopted daughter, are listed in the household of C. Columbus and Henrietta Manning. Ida must have taken the surname of Manning along the way.
Harvey and Ida John were divorced on 24 May 1901 in Ellis Co., TX. Harvey was awarded custody of Earnest John, Lillian John, and Henry John. Then on 26 Dec 1901, custody of Lillian John was granted to Ida John and custody of Earnest John and Henry John was granted to Harvey John with visitation rights granted to all parties.
By 1910 Ernest John lived with his sister and family, Walter B. and Clementine Hale in Taylor Co., TX. Lillian John was married to Otto Nauert, and they lived in Johnson Co., TX, in 1910. Henry Johns (sic) and his father, Harvey Johns (sic), lived in Ellis Co., TX, with Harvey's mother, Nancy L. Johns (sic). It's hard to keep people from adding an "s" onto the surname John.
|Trapper John||Harvey Ernest John|
Thank you for the information about Harvey's occupation. Do you know the name of the store where he worked? I have searched and searched for Harvey's mother's death record, but so far I haven't been successful.
|Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams||Zona Lee Pinion Steed Higdon|
You added her obit. do you still have a copy of it? I would like to have one. My email is email@example.com
thanks so much
|Don Mark Connelly||Columbus Connelly|
Hello. My name is Don Mark Connelly. I am Columbus Connelly's great great grandson. I am Elec Connellys great grandson. Paul Connellys grandson. Your posting helped me find Elec's grave. Thank You. I am trying to trace the Connellys back as far as possible. I am looking for info on Columbus Connelly and any lines older than him. Any info would be great. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Roger Arrick||Nall / Arrick|
Hey there new cousin. Wow, look at these pictures. J G Nall married my great aunt Mary Lee Arrick. For some reason our families went in separate directions. I'd like to chat with you and reconnect. Here's my research page for her: http://www.arrick.com/family/maryleearrick.html
My email is Roger@Arrick.com
|Sallie Cox||Ida Buckhannon/Mineral Springs Methodist Church, Clay County, Alabama|
I just discovered that I am connected to this lady -- her son Taft Wilburn Buckhannon, married Mary Mozelle Campbell in Clay County. Mary Mozelle and I have common Campbell ancestors a couple of generations up. I remembered the Buckhannon name from our earlier contact and was able to connect through some census records. Small world ...
My gr-grandfather, Robert Crittendon Clark, who is buried in Baggett cemetery, Comanche County, was Harrison Lee Clark's brother. I am printing off some pics because a gr-grandaughter of another of the Clark brothers, William Homer, is coming to Tarrant County tomorrow to visit the Clark graves. I appreciate the work that you have done here. I heard of Ed and Alma Clark all my life, but don't think I ever met them. I have a picture of a house they built new in Abilene back in the day. He was my grandmother, Willie Alma Clark Evans's, first cousin. I shall invite you to my tree on Ancestry.com. I have letters, stories and pictures there that might interest you.
Added by susie on Jun 27, 2010 9:54 AM