|This Is Who We Are: One Big Family (#47309991)|
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Have been doing genealogy for many years. My direct line is Alsup, Brantley, Carrol, Daughtery, Edmonds, Everett, Farrow, Franklin, Hartsfield, Hoard, House, Pitman, Sanders, Shirley, Solomon, Reindollar, Tate, Tomlinson, and Waters.Family history needs to stay alive and I am doing my part to keep my family in my tree alive for the future.My Virtual Cemeteries are of my friends that I knew who have passed on. If I have posted any of my friends who are relatives of yours by Find A Grave guidelines I will transfer them to you. The other virtual cemeteries Surnames beginning with A - Z are MY family members that are in my family tree weather they are by blood or marriage these I will not transfer but you can start a virtual cemetery for your relatives, as I have done with those I do not manage.If you find a relative of yours in my virtual cemetery please leave flowers. It is sad that people who have passed on is never remembered again.Thank you for visiting and happy hunting!|
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Thank you very much for linking Belle to her mother. Ramona
Added by Ramona on Mar 14, 2017 9:43 AM
I need to correct a mistake in my previous message. I should have said you may be related to my dad's half-siblings, not his step-siblings.
This will make sense when you read the other message. :-)
Added by Ramona on Mar 02, 2017 11:41 AM
Here is the number to link her to her mother
I'm wondering if you knew Lucy or have any more information about her. You said she is your aunt. If she is your aunt by blood, rather than marriage, you are related to my father's step-siblings.
Lucy was a sister of Dad's father's first wife who died very young leaving behind very young children. So, Lucy was a step-aunt to my dad. Dad's mom helped raise Dad's step-brother and step-sister. Lucy stayed in contact with the family.
My father grew up across the street from Lucy and J.J. Johnson, and knew her after she married E. L. Martin, too. He has wonderful memories. Lucy was very kind to him, teased him kindly, and paid him to do little jobs around her yard. That was a big deal for a young boy from a family of modest means in the 1930's.
Because of Dad's stories, I find myself wanting to know more about her. I'd appreciate any information you could share.
I think Belle was her only child.
Added by Ramona on Mar 02, 2017 11:38 AM
Hi, I see that one of the family names that you are researching is House. For several years I have been looking for the sister of a woman who married Earl House. Julia Reba Jones is the name of Earl's wife. I am looking for any information on Julia's sister, Jewell Jones. Have you come across these people in your research? Pam firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Pamela on Feb 17, 2017 12:32 PM
|Bruce Harrison Storm||Edward Brantley|
We need a few more Edward Brantley's :)
Do you have a copy of The Brantley Association Book ? Trying to track all of the Edward's is twisting me in a knot. Some on Ancestry have one born in 1597 and marrying in 1610 at age 13 and the girl is age 12. Just curious as to your source for the Edward,Edward Sr.,Edward Jr., and the two Edward III that are on Find A Grave.I have a 9th great grandfather Edward Sr. that came to the Province of Isle of Wight,Virginia an English colony in 1638 and died in 1688. Maybe you have a reliable source that can lead me back on track.
Sincerely, Bruce Storm
|Wanda Kay Greene||Lazarus Solomon|
Lazarus and Elizabeth Bedgood Solomon were my ggggggrandparents. He has many descendants in the area in which I grew up (Conecuh County, Alabama). I have been reading about my ancestors in the book "Some of the Green Brantley Descendants", compiled by Jac Vernon Brantley in the early 1960"s. I was checking out FindAGrave to see if there was someone who might know of Mr. Brantley and who would be in possession of "the extensive documented notes on the brothers and sisters of Mary Solomon, who married Green Brantley. Mr. Brantley and his wife did not have children and it would be wonderful to locate these notes. Mary Solomon Brantley is buried not far from my home community of Bermuda in Conecuh County, AL. Mr. Vernon's research gave me the information I needed to verify information on an ancestor who served in the Civil War. I had never read the back of the book, but did so last week. There I learned of Lazarus and his serving in the American Revolution. I often wonder how many descendants of Lazarus and Mary are living today. What a family reunion that would be!
|Bethany Turben||William Armstrong|
William F. Armstrong is my great grandfather. Thank you for making this memorial.
|lisaanne||waters family line|
i i have been trying to research my husbands family line for them... man its crazy!! :) I have kind of come to a dead end... I see that you are in the waters line.... Rebecca Kiziah Waters (Walters) is my husbands gret great grandmother (married to William moultry haley). Is she is your tree also? If so do you have any information or documents on her and her family line that you could share with me...
any help would be appreciated.
Added by lisaanne on Sep 03, 2016 1:23 PM
|Loudene Tollar||F. M. "Deborah" Kirk Reppond|
#74514827 - Miss, I see you've added this memorial but don't know when she died or is buried. She's my dad's aunt & I continue to work on my Kirk family history.
So I'm curious as to what connection you have to her. Do you have a Kirk connection? If not would you transfer her memorial to me? Thank you, Loudene Kirk Tollar #47270133.
I am having trouble with my Brantley line, I noticed you said you had the Brantley info. Is there anyway that you could share that with me?
Lucia Andrews Smith
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