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R Sanders (#46849886)
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Gwen Doreen Kubberness
RE: Gundy
Great thanks
Added by Gwen Doreen Kubberness on Feb 13, 2017 9:52 AM
Gwen Doreen Kubberness
RE: Gundy
I am related through her husband Allen Gundy her maiden name is Ross she was called Mandy. This is my son-in-laws line Byron Smith

Be happy to connect you. He wanted me to trace his line for him was curious where he came from.

So sorry it took me so long to get back to you I have been writing a book.

Gwen
Added by Gwen Doreen Kubberness on Jan 29, 2017 11:31 AM
Cheryl & Richard Justice
RE: Emma Hassel Bryant
Hi Renate,

We found Emma's memorial and transfered it to you.


Cheryl and Richard
Added by Cheryl & Richard Justice on Jan 04, 2017 8:00 AM
Cheryl & Richard Justice
RE: Emma Hassel Bryant
Hi Renate,

I am having trouble locating Emma. Can you give me the memorial number, and we will delete the memorial we made. Emma is not related to our family. Thanks.


Cheryl and Richard

Added by Cheryl & Richard Justice on Jan 03, 2017 10:02 AM
Green B Hawkins
RE: Philemon Hawkins
I am not sure if we (my family) are or not.... I am at a stand still in research with my ggg-grandfather... My gg-grand father was Turner P. Hawkins and his father Benjamin Hawkins of Tennessee, but I cannot locate anything beyond... I have not added to Ancestry until I know for sure. I was planning on the Hawkins DNA project, but had orded the incorrect test. I hope to have, and be a part of it soon.
Added by Green B Hawkins on Feb 10, 2015 12:37 AM
Sandi Danielle
RE: Samuel Williams


Thanks so much for all your effort!! He should have a Military issued Headstone. Blessings,
Sandi :-)
Added by Sandi Danielle on Sep 27, 2014 6:53 PM
L Bonin
Green
In preparation for a trip up in the Louisburg NC area, I was checking for photo requests and came across one in Westminster Evangelical cemetery. I checked to see how many others did not have photos and noticed that you have Welford Green as the son of Mary Yarbourgh Green although he was born a year earlier than she. Is it possible he should be the husband not the son?
Added by L Bonin on Jan 05, 2014 5:33 PM
Betsy Haywood
RE: Cousins
I live in Raleigh.. We have Hawkinses in City Cemetery and in Oakwood Cemetery.
I was just reading about your Philemon. Freeman's pages say that John Davis Hawkins was your Phil's executor. He was his sister Eleanor's executor too. I recently read that he hired out some of Eleanor's slaves and after she died he claimed them as his own. Eleanor's children had to sue their own unle for an accounting of their mother's estate.
If you ever want graves photographed let me know.
Where do you live?
Added by Betsy Haywood on Sep 23, 2013 10:29 PM
Betsy Haywood
RE: Cousins
I wanted to participate in the Hawkins DNA project but was told it requires a male with the Hawkins name so I couldn't.
I will send you a photo of Eleanor's portrait. Also I have a photo of Jane Hawkins, along with John D., Frank, Dr. William, Alexander Boyd Hawkins (he and my aunt Martha adopted my grandmother so we have quite a lot of info about that group of Hawkinses-children of John D. Hawkins and his wife Jane Anderson Boyd). I wish I could find an image of Sarah Hawkins Polk (Eleanor's sister). Sarah married Revolutionary War hero Colonel William Polk. Sarah came up with the idea for the Experimental Railroad that hauled granite into Raleigh to build the Capitol. It made her a wealthy woman at a time when women were not in business. Eleanor and Sarah were instrumental in the founding of Christ Church Episcopal in 1821.
Added by Betsy Haywood on Sep 23, 2013 9:37 PM
Betsy Haywood
Cousins
Yes of course I would love to share info, pictures etc etc with you! The Hawkins Bible is on line through N C Archives and History too. We have photos of several of the 19th century Hawkinses. Are you familiar with the silhouettes of John D. Hawkins and Eleanor Hawkins Haywood? Seems like everyone in Raleigh has them. I look forward to talking with you.
Added by Betsy Haywood on Sep 23, 2013 7:46 PM
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