|Joy Hess (#46803185)|
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I was born in 1926. I started working on my family tree in 2000. I was learning what little I know about computers at the same time.Had never touched one until my children talked me into it in 1999 (Nov) For Christmas that year my Daughter and Son-in-law gave me the Family Tree Maker.I had a few notes that I had writen down from my Mother. Luck would have it that I found her family in Kentucky with a lot of help from Doug Moore. At this time I am working on the families from around Allen, Adair, Barren, Metcalfe, Warren and Monroe County, Kentucky, Warren County, Tennessee, and Caswell County, North Carolina.Hagan, Crisp, Goodman, Garman and Rowe in KY. Crisp, Warren, Anderson, Snipes, Masey and Henegar in Tennessee. Crisp, Warren, Cooper and many more in North Carolina.I Live in California. Seems that I have left the impression that I live in places where I am searching. I don't travel around anymore since 2005.Thanks to all who have posted memorials.|
I may be a little slow in editing memorials. I'm not so young anymore and I have my husband to take care of. He is Legally Blind and is very confused at times. Also has fallen 3 times in this last year and can't remember falling. please have patience.Thanks
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|Linnea Denis||Joan Fitton Warren|
check out the "Genealogy of Warren" I found it on Ancestry.com but you might find it at the "Heritage" which is usually free at public libraries; it says Sir Edward Warren, Knight son of John Warren and Margaret Molineux married a daughter of Sir Edward Fitton, Knight of Gawsworth, she died without issue and he married as his second wife Ann Bavenport daughter of Sir William Davenport, Knight of Bramall; my confusion is this: records indicate Edward was born/baptized in 1563 and married in 1574; he died in 1609; there seems to be various dates of his birth but the 1563 doesn't work with his marriage date to Jane/Jone Fytton in the England select Bishops Transcripts data base also found on Ancestry; my only assumption is that he was 8 or 9 when baptized which I think was a little old for that period of time; I believe they are under the "Church of England" by that time and may be it was to join the church? Would love any info you may have accumulated at this time
|Marianne||RE: Crisp families|
Sure! My email will come through Jackie.
Added by Marianne on Feb 08, 2017 8:04 AM
|Debi☼||Pitcock and Tooley|
Mrs Hess, I am willing to manage any of the Pitcock and Tooley Memorials if you need me too. I am kin all of them out of Monroe County KY and most of them in the other part of U.S.
Added by Debi☼ on Jan 29, 2017 6:15 PM
|Bob & Nancy Cannon||nina flessner|
Have declined your edit as you deleted the spouse. Will add the parents.
|Debbie Gibbons||RE: Betty Bigby|
You are welcome!
|Debi☼||RE: Maurice Pitcock|
Please refer to his headstone picture. This also what my father has listed in his family books. My father is Glenn Pitcock
Added by Debi☼ on Nov 24, 2016 1:40 PM
|Sonja Krisell||RE: Uriah Hawkins|
They may have reset the stone. This picture is from the 1980 survey that was taken. I have permission from the Cemetery to post those pictures and I'm a bit behind in doing so.
I have put out another request for his photo. It doesn't look like anyone is taking them. I hope to make it to Lone Tree on my next visit to AR.
|Amanda Lutterman||I am looking for my husband's family|
My husband is Jimmy Douglas Lutterman, Jimmy Dale Gee was his father.
|arlene miles||The Warren Family|
My husband'[s 2nd great grandparents are Lavenia Warren and William G Miles.
I have bee trying to find the parents of Lavenia for quite some time.
Can you verify the names and dates of her siblings and children along with her parents?
It sure would help my research.
|N.J "Joanna" Patterson||Hiram Apel|
Joy, here is the memorial number for an Apel.
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