|J.D. Larimore (#47030633)|
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I began genealogy research in 1986. It's been a fun, exciting, stimulating, challenging experience with many strange and wonderful adventures, along with numerous twists and turns. I have met many wonderful people in the search for my ancestors. I have family who came West to Oregon Country on the Oregon Trail in 1843, 1852, and 1853. Some later migrated West by train. Some of the family lines I'm researching are: Bloyd, Brooks, Byron, Cox, Cullen, Darneille, DeCosta, Dixon, Graham, Gray, Hedick, Hempstead, Hilts, Janes, Johns, Larimore, McGee, Mee, Pleasants, Poteet, Rynbergen, Smith, Stafford, Willis & Young.|
NOTE: If you contact me by personal message on this page about any of my memorials, pls mention the person's name, memorial number, and cemetery. Otherwise, don't be surprised if I don't respond. Likewise, if you contact me via email (preferred), pls give me the same data. In all cases, editing suggestions should be transmitted via Findagrave's usual procedure. Thank you.
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|Judy Grubb||Horace Thomas|
Can you give me your Find A Grave site? Since burial is unknown I cannot pull it up on Find A Grave. Thank you
|Dot Hosking Huntley||Dorothy Wilson, Norway Cemetery, #52189056|
Thanks much for the obit. It allowed me to connect her to other members of her family and to fill in personal imformation for her. Would you like me to transfer her to you. I have no personal connection to her.
Dot Hosking Huntley, #46502633
|Nathaniel Glasgow||Lucy Taylor|
Yes, of course I will delete it. You did work hard on the memorial and the cemetery is coming along nicely. Thanks.
|sue walkemeyer||Lee Cosby|
Lee cosby obit was added. With credit given to you. Thank you for sharing.
|JodyM||Geraldine M. Hostetler Lee 114253569|
Hi, I have entered her obituary with her photo as you requested. Jody :)
Added by JodyM on Apr 11, 2017 5:34 PM
|HM||RE: RIGDON PATRICK|
You're very welcome! Best, Helen
Added by HM on Apr 08, 2017 4:31 PM
|KyColeman||RE: CHARLEY CURTIS HAY @ ELKHORN CITY CEM|
:-)...next time we come back to Kentucky I shall do my best to try to get those Hay pics.
That tax record is no later than 1792, as you flip pages to the right, you will see the date of a tax official signing off on the info in 1792. So, sometime between 1790 and 1792.
Added by Jonathan on Mar 31, 2017 11:57 AM
|Jonathan ||John Milby born @ 1760|
The John Milby bio you wrote:
Added by Jonathan on Mar 31, 2017 11:46 AM
|Jonathan ||John Milby born @ 1760|
I was researching someone else entirely and came across this interesting note in Sussex County, Delaware, and think it's possibly your John Milby that you wrote a bio for findagrave. The source is the personal property tax records for Sussex, and the subject are delinquent tax payers (sometime between 1790 and 1795) says this about a John Milby:
"John Milby has been in Carolina 4 or 5 years & nothing in the county to come at". Accomack county, VA where you say John was married is close to Sussex County, both on the 'eastern shore', and Accomack VA, Worcester and Somerset MD and Sussex DE all have fought in legality over the land that would become Sussex County DE, with Virginia, Maryland, and northern Delaware giving away land to settlers who were from their territories for the purpose to trying to lay claim to parts of that land. So, all these counties had families that were connected to Sussex. It's possible that your John Milby is descended from a family of Sussex, and should be given serious research.
Link to the tax record:
Added by Jonathan on Mar 31, 2017 11:45 AM
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