|Sherri Sontag (#46846344)|
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I have been researching my Dye,Digh, Boswell, Swindell, Swindle and Rice lines from SC/NC to TN/MO for over 10 years (2000)and Chouris, Keltner, Truex, Haggin lines from Greece, ILL and NY.|
I am happy to help anyone researching these families.
Please Visit our family website
There is information available
If you are related I am happy to share the password.
I work Full time I do not have time to make changes constantly I try to do them when I have time. If you send me your number I would be happy to transfer your kin to you, unless they are a direct relative on mine.
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|Deni Garlits||RE: Dye more|
If I have your email, I can't find it. I have a match on ancestry.com that has a picture of Isaac Dye and Jane Little with writing on the back that identifies them and the date 1894. I thought you might like to see it.
If you could send me your email I would be happy to share with you.
How are you related to Joseph H. Swindell?
Thank you for the transfer of his memorial. I just found it. Did not get a notice. I will be able to add some information.
Added by MN on Mar 12, 2017 7:22 AM
Dear Sherri, I have been through the Old & New Beals Cemetery in Coles Co. ILL. many times. The Haggins that you have listed in the New Beals are buried in the Old Beals. I just thought you would like to know. I appreciate your work on Find a Grave.
|MN||Esther C Hamilton|
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by MN on Oct 01, 2016 8:49 AM
|David Mize||Dye & Hoopaugh families of Chester/Fairfield co SC|
I am a descendant of the Dye and Hoopaugh families of Chester/Fairfield co SC.
I've looked for an email for you to give you some of the names to see if you are familiar with them.
The Hoopaugh research has been my most troublesome family to research.
|Larry Spangler||RE: James Henry Swindell|
it is at George Cemetery.
|Deni Garlits||RE: Dye more|
Have you done your DNA? I manage several kits including my fathers who is a direct descendant of Margaret Dye. I don't have a lot of matches to Littles but I also don't have that line very far back.
Also, do you have a tree on ancestry.com or could I have the password to your genealogy site? I would love to compare notes and also make sure the info I have is correct and see if I need to investigate the possibility that Lilly is Margaret's mother.
|Deni Garlits||RE: Dye Line|
I wonder if her birthdate listed on her tombstone is incorrect. She is listed as 7 years old on the 1860 census which was enumerated August 2 1860. All subsequent censuses she lists her age as being consistent with Oct. 1852. Jane Little and Isaac Dye were married Jan. 7 1852 which would be enough time for her to have conceived and had Margaret in October.
Also, Isaac is living with his father William in Monroe County on the 1850 census. It was enumerated October 23 1850. There are no infants living in the house according to the census though it is possible, if Lilly is her mother and she died before the census was taken, that her infant was living in another household.
I would love to view your family tree if you would be so kind to share the password with me.
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