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|Joe Stoner (#47793749)|
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Thanks to all the volunteers that have helped me find family members. I try to give back by adding profiles and photos as I am able. I am glad to transfer memorials if I am not related to them.|
I have interests in Green and Breckinridge Counties in Kentucky, Jackson and DeKalb Counties in Alabama and Morgan, Putnam and Greene Counties in Georgia. Surname interests include Wilson, Bridgewater, Meador, Pile, Payne, Weatherford, Smalley, Williams, Whitmore, Walker, Shepherd, Moseley and Veal.
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|Mary Lou Collins||Peter Douglas Hibbets|
Thanks so much for all of your hard work. It is very much appreciated.
I wanted to let you know that I found some conflicting information regarding the birth date of Peter Douglas Hibbets. Although his tombstone shows the date 27 March 1890,the "U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 for Peter D Hibbets" and the "Peter Hibbetts in the New Jersey, Births and Christenings Index, 1660-1931" provide his birth date as 27 March 1889.
I made the change in Find A Grave, but I wanted to let you know, too.
|Patsy Harris||RE: Hi Joe!|
That's terrific. We can see if it works, and if findagrave is OK with it. I am on our City Cemetery Commission, and we are thinking about opening a website that has obits for each of our burials. With so many people using findagrave these days, it seems fitting to link new info there. And we would add to our website a link to the burial's findagrave memorial. Anything to make genie research easier!!
Here is a link to an obit on USGENWEB ARCHIVES for your Mary H. Crenshaw memorial. #119238319 Madison Historic Cemeteries.
And if you have any suggestions at all, holler!
|Patsy Harris||Hi Joe!|
My goodness but you are famous here in Morgan County! Thanks for all you have done getting our headstones on findagrave. Do you know if it is possible to add a link on a memorial which would take the researcher to another website to see more about that person? Patsy Harris in the little Buckhead
|Renae Burgess Linn||RE: Lynette Caldwell|
Thank you for your reply. I hate to say I must have lost my mind the day I sent that correction. I can't even find her at this point. If I ever do, I will send you documentation. Thanks for all your work!!
|Joel Wagnon||West Cemetery|
My GGFather George Henry Wagnon lived on Wagnon Mill Rd in Morgan County. I live in Texas but assist cousins from all over in their genealogy searches. I am a cousin of Mary Hanson Parker of Newnan Georgia.
Thank you for any assistance you may be able to give. Joel Wagnon
Trying to locate West Cemetery in Morgan County. Samuel Skidmore and two of his wives are interred there. My question is "Where is it located?" If you know where West Cemetery is, would you Please! tell me.
|Chryse Wayman||RE: Minnie Tuggle|
Find a Grave is having some issues during their upgrade. My apologies you didnít receive this information before through the 6th editing option "Suggest any other correction or addition" although this is more than I sent before.
1st document I see showing Tuggle is her maiden name: On the 1900 Census, Minnie Tuggle is the 7 year old daughter of John Tyler and Emma Tuggle. Source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Decatur, De Kalb, Georgia; Roll: 192; Page: 20B; Enumeration District: 0013; FHL microfilm: 1240192.
2nd document I see showing Tuggle is her maiden name: On the 1910 Census, Minnie Tuggle is the 16 year old daughter of John Tyler and Emma Tuggle.
Year: 1910; Census Place: Decatur, Dekalb, Georgia; Roll: T624_184; Page: 25B; Enumeration District: 0019; FHL microfilm: 1374197.
3rd document I see showing Tuggle is her maiden name: In the Record of Marriages, Book U, 1914-1914, Georgia, Marriage Records From Select Counties, 1828-1978 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013 from original data: County Marriage Records, 1828Ė1978. The Georgia Archives, Morrow, Georgia, "Miss" Minnie Tuggle married Mr. E.F. Tuggle had a marriage license issued and were married in Fulton County, GA on October 15th, 1914.
On the 1920 Census, Minnie Tuggle is the 26 year old wife of Edwin F (He was called Frank) Tuggle. Year: 1920; Census Place: Decatur, De Kalb, Georgia; Roll: T625_249; Page: 43A; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 213.
This is more than you might need but in case you want this for your own research, I want you to have it easily. Thank you for being careful. I relate to your thinking of provable details.
|John Thrasher||RE: Josephine Thrasher Overby|
Not direct. Josephine's father Jackson M. Thrasher is my great grand father's (Early Wyatt Thrasher)brother. All linked on F A G. I am chairman of the Thrasher Family Association and it's main genealogist.See our web site: http://thrasherfamilyassociation.wordpress.com/
|John Thrasher||Josephine Thrasher Overby|
Didn't complete my message. The Barton/Frances Oates Thrasher Bible records, which I have mentioned before, say under Marriages: Jackson M. Thrasher and Susan Samsom was married on the 14th of November 1843. I accept this record.
|John Thrasher||Josephine Thrasher Overby|
Hi Joe, Josephine's mother was first identified in Dr. Marion Thrasher's "A History of the Thrasher Family, etc" 1895. and was based on letters he received. The letter he quoted was from a D. W. Scott, a Thrasher descendant & cousin. Marion Williams was given in the letter. There has been NO information found about Marion Williams. Recently the entire book was "up-dated" as it is full of errors.
|John Thrasher||RE: Josephine Overby|
Josephine's grandfather, Barton Thrasher reared his family in Clarke Co. although now the area is Oconee Co. He had a huge plantation as the Census and slave schedules show. The family graveyard where Jackson Thrasher (Josephine's father) grew up is near the graveyard. Jackson died just before the 1850 census, but all family records show that even though he married, he did not leave the area. See "Bishop, Georgia" by Celestea Gentry Sharp and Our Thrasher Heritage, by Dorothy S. Pruett. I don't any reason to believe that she was born elsewhere. THanks
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