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Robert Hunt (#48018350)
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I am mainly interested in my ancestors,and only manage my immediate family,and my ancestors,also sponsor my best friends memorial # 73125105
Please visit my fathers memorial.He was a Pearl Harbor survivor.Memorial # 20633690
Last names of ancestors-Hunt,Lawhon,Clary,Presswood,Grissom,Wallis,Wallace,Whitehead,Jamison(names back to great grandmothers maiden names)

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Sharon Palmer
Nancy Price Clary 1832-1924
I went to the Dean Cemetery today and took a picture I believe is Nancy Price Clary. The headstone said: Aunt Jane Price 1832-1924 "Grandma" If you believe this is not Nancy Price Clary let me know or the person that has the Memorial and they can delete the picture. Please either way let me know. Thanks, Sharon
Added by Sharon Palmer on May 13, 2017 1:41 PM
Hunt Cemetery follow up
We live in Texas, too. Thanks for your quick response. I will just keep looking!
Added by familyfinder on Apr 26, 2017 2:01 PM
Hunt Cemetery
I am trying to connect with the Hunt Cemetery Association in Georgia. I have not been able to get anyone to write me back. Do you know anything about it? Thanks!
Added by familyfinder on Apr 26, 2017 11:45 AM
RE: Linnie Lawhon Carter Jones
You're welcome Robert, so happy to have found her for you. I love knowing that I helped solve a mystery, it's one of my favorite things about volunteering for Find A Grave. Thanks so much for your message.

Have a wonderful evening,
Added by debbs1223 on Apr 25, 2017 6:10 PM
Tom King
Thomas Hunt
Your genealogist evidently does not know what a Land Patent was. These tracts of land were given out by the Colony of Virginia to attracts new settlers to the regions. They gave out 50 acres of land for each new passenger to the new colony to the person who provided passage money to someone. So if you paid for 20 people to come over, you were given a patent for 50 acres X 20 people or 1000 acres. The date of a Patent bears no resemblance to when each of these passengers or the person that paid their way actually emigrated. Many of the patentees came went back and forth several times and had several Patents and possibly were noted as head rights for the original Patentee who first named them as one of their 50 acre head rights. A person who was a head right may have emigrated decades before the actual Patent to the person who paid his way and then decades later Patent his own section of land. Some of these head rights had to work for seven years for the Patentee to repay their passage money. These Patents were issued by the colony and had no relationship to any deed records, being the very first record of ownership of a section of new land in the colony. Hope this helps.
Added by Tom King on Mar 17, 2017 3:13 PM
Georgia Girl
William Hunt, Sr. (#34448375)
He (1599, England-1676, Kennon, Charles City Co., VA) was 36 yrs. of age with he came to America in 1635.
Added by Georgia Girl on Feb 24, 2017 5:47 AM
Cody LeBlanc (codebreaker93)
RE: Sarah Greer
Yes, I would love to manage the memorial if you are willing to transfer, since I'm one of her descendants.

Thanks so much!

Cody LeBlanc
Added by Cody LeBlanc (codebreaker... on Jan 30, 2017 12:36 PM
Cody LeBlanc (codebreaker93)
RE: Sarah Greer
My great-aunt is Vivian Greer Robertson. Her brother was my great-grandfather, Curtis Jefferson Greer. Vivian once told me her grandmother, Sarah Ann Martin Greer, died due to burns sustained in a grass fire at the home of her son, Avery Monroe Greer. Sarah and her husband Steve are buried in the Peach Creek cemetery, not the Sims cemetery (Rocky Hill) in Lufkin. They never left Brazos County.
Added by Cody LeBlanc (codebreaker... on Jan 27, 2017 1:36 PM
Cody LeBlanc (codebreaker93)
RE: Sarah Greer

I believe it was called Sims cemetery before it was Peach Creek cemetery. Sims was also mentioned in her husband Steve Greer's obituary. Even their death certificates state Sims cemetery, but I think that was the name of the cemetery at that time. We know for a fact though that they are buried in the Peach Creek cemetery due to their headstone.
Added by Cody LeBlanc (codebreaker... on Jan 27, 2017 12:36 PM
Georgia Girl
Thomas Hunt (II not I) ~ 37729266
Thomas Hunt, (II not I), was born ca. 1700/11, Hunting Quarter Swamp, Lawnes Creek Parish, Eastover, Surry Co., VA and died July 23, 1759, Albemarle Parish, Sussex Co., VA.

Thomas Hunt, (II), came to Sussex County from Dinwiddie (orig. Prince George) County. He lived in Dinwiddie and late in life bought several tracts of land in Sussex County, and moved there, but as his will suggests, he evidently still regarded his Dinwiddie plantation as his home.

His will was dated Aug. 09, 1757, Dinwiddie Co.,VA (codicil: Jul. 1, 1859); probated Sept. 21, 1759, Sussex Co., VA (Bk. A; p. 138).

Son of Thomas (I) and Elizabeth (Judkins) Hunt

Thomas (II) and Frances Ann (Harper not Goodwin/Goodwyn) Hunt were the parents of Capt. Judkins Hunt, Sr., "RWS" (m. Martha Batte).
Added by Georgia Girl on Jan 18, 2017 3:29 AM
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