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Troy Lee Conner (#46947665)
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Bio Photo I live in Hendersonville, NC. I was born in Waynesville, NC. My family lived in Balsam, NC & are buried there. If I have anyones family members and they are not my family. You are welcome to them. There a lot of contributors that only seem to see how many listing they can list and hold and that is not the real reason for this web site. You should never hold any family members that can be handed down to other generations. Any family member should have the first rights over anyone that is not relative to them. Common sense goes a long way.
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Patricia Olson
RE: Conner
Thank you. Are you related through Bushrod Conner or Massa Conner? I'd love to meet a cousin from either side. I'm trying to build an chart, so if you have anything I can add, please let me know!
Added by Patricia Olson on Mar 14, 2017 10:05 AM
Trails of History
Margaret Elizabeth "Bettie" Sawyer Jenkins
Troy, Thank you very much for the headstone photo for Margaret. Your kindness is a blessing.
Added by Trails of History on Nov 20, 2016 11:45 AM
Bob Glidden
RE: Van Goodwin
Which change do you refer to, and I will try to forward my proof? Van Buren Goodwin was one of my cousins and I have researched as carefully and thoroughly as I can using Ancestry and FamilySearch. I am always interested in accuracy and only offer changes in the hope that other relatives may benefit from my research. Thanks for your assistance, Bob Glidden
Added by Bob Glidden on Nov 10, 2016 9:50 AM
Charlotte Krauss
James, John Aaron, John Henry Conard
I have sent you an email. CAN you let me know if you have received it? Thank you in advance!

Charlotte Krauss
Added by Charlotte Krauss on Oct 30, 2016 11:55 AM
RE: Hoyle
Thanks Tony. yep, I contacted that person. Love Hendersonville daughter goes to Camp near there every summer.
Added by Burnsey on Oct 28, 2016 1:57 PM
RE: Hoyle
Yes, but on that website it states this: "Subsequent investigations have established that traditional sources (see following) for North Carolina pioneer Peter He˙l are incorrect. For example, North Carolina pioneer Peter He˙l was not the son of Adam Heyl, and Peter's wife was Susanna Catharina Müller, not Catherine Dales.

1. Mr. Proctor, “A Record of the Hoyle Family, 1837.” This is a family tree compilation on cardboard “made by a Mr. Proctor,” who married into an East Tennessee branch of the family. Mr. Proctor prepared the lineage “under the direction and supervision of Judge John B. Hoyle of Cleveland, Tennessee.” The Proctor Record mistakenly states Adam Hoyle was the father of North Carolina pioneer Peter Hoyle. Mr. Proctor's Record was distributed widely among Hoyle descendants. [1]

2. Dr. Jur Bernhardt Köerner, Genealoglsches Handbuch Bürgerlicher Familien [German Genealogical Directory, genealogical handbook for families of the commonwealth], Band XIII [vol. 13] (Görlitz, Germany: C. A. Starke, 1907). Dr. Köerner published a series of German family lineage books for different regions of the former German empire.[2] These publications do not meet present-day genealogy standards. Dr. Köerner's 1907 publication includes Peter Heyl born 14 May 1710 to Adam Heyl, who was the son of Jürgen (George) Heil III. The wife of that Peter Heyl was named Catherine Dales. This lineage, which was reprinted in Mr. Hoffman's 1915 publication and in Mrs. Elizabeth Hoyle Rucker's 1938 publication, is not relevant to North Carolina pioneer Peter He˙l. [3]
Added by Burnsey on Oct 28, 2016 1:20 PM
Michael Conard
Lawson Conard
Hello Troy I just went on this sight and you put Homer for my dad it's Harold Fuller just wanted to bring that to your attention. Thanks Michael Conard
Added by Michael Conard on Aug 27, 2016 6:50 PM
Lady Nan
RE: McElroy
Added by Lady Nan on Aug 16, 2016 8:50 AM
Tara Reece-Holland
Just came across this site and all the great info you've put together! My grandfather was Homer Reece, son of Elbert Reece. It's nice being able to see a family tree here in one place. Well done!
Added by Tara Reece-Holland on Aug 03, 2016 11:27 AM
Jeff Fisher
Enloe Family Cemetery
I was wondering if you could help me confirm the location for this cemetery? You have a few photos on its pages. Is it the one listed as being "across the street" from the Oconaluftee Visitor Center in Swain County?
These Enloe's are my family (Abraham Enloe is my 4th Great Grandfather). I'm going to be driving through the area in a couple weeks, and would love to see this site!
Thanks for sharing any information you have,

Jeff Fisher
Added by Jeff Fisher on Jul 25, 2016 12:27 PM
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