|S PRICE Nance (#46984618)|
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For the past 21 years I have been on the genealogy staff at the Mesa Arizona FamilySearch Library. We are a regional library of www.familysearch.org. Some of my specialties are internet genealogy research and U.S. military records. I also lecture and teach classes in the Phoenix area communities. I have 35 years of generalogy research experience.
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"Not to know what happened
before we were born is to
remain perpetually a child.
For what is the worth of a
human life unless it is woven
into the life of our ancestors
by the records of our history."
-Cicero (106-43 B.C.)
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|D Brown||Joseph B Waldrupe Find A Grave Memorial# 77496735|
Hi! I was needing to get some family info on Joseph Waldrupe. Do you know what his mother and fathers name were? Or his wifes maiden name? Thanks.
Added by D Brown on May 01, 2017 6:23 PM
Dear S Price Nance,
I have a question about the find a grave for Joseph Hunter. This is the memorial # 122677939 and information
Created by: S PRICE Nance
Record added: Jan 03, 2014
I noticed that his name in the index says Joseph Lucifer Hunter. On the grave stone and in records such as censuses, wills, etc I have only seen his name as Joseph Hunter. I am wondering why you have his name as Joseph Lucifer Hunter. Is that name written in the cemetery records?
Added by Beki on Apr 22, 2017 9:04 PM
You haven't moved him to the proper cemetery, so I will assume you are not active. I will contact edit to get this fixed. Thanks.
|G. Miller||Jonathan Frier Robertson Spouce of Cidy Robertson|
I noticed on Cidy Robertson's memorial you have her husband buried in Milam Co., TX, I see information that on his find a grave memoral that disputes that ..Thought you would care to compare and perhaps correct an error...whether it be yours or theirs. for future researchers.
Ciddy Davis Robertson
Birth: 1771 Pasquotank County North Carolina, USA
1. Ciddy (pronounced Kitty) Davis, was the eldest daughter of Frederick and Fanny Davis. She married Jonathan Friar Robertson in 1792 in Williamson County. They lived on the Cumberland River below his parents, James and Charolette Robertson. She died in Texas at the home of one of her sons. There were 8 children to this marriage.
Citty died in Nashville, Milam Co., TX. This town is not listed on the selected cities for Milam County. It is a ghost town. Her husband, Jonathan Friar Robertson is buried in the Nashville Cemetery, Milam County, TX.
NASHVILLE-ON-THE-BRAZOS, TEXAS. Nashville was on the southeast bank of the Brazos River two miles below the mouth of Little River and five miles northeast of Gause in what is now Milam County. Sterling C. Robertson founded the town in 1835 and named it in honor of his birthplace, Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville was headquarters for Robertson's colony in the early 1830s. Immediately after the Texas Revolution, Nashville was considered by the Texas Congress as a possible site for the capital of the Republic of Texas. The town served as county seat of Milam County from 1837 to 1846, but after the state legislature made Cameron the Milam county seat in 1846, Nashville began to decline.
Frederick B. Davis (1748 - 1831)
Francis Grieves Davis (1748 - 1822)
Spouse: Jonathan Friar Robertson (1769 - 1814)
Elizabeth Davis Robertson Cheatham (1796 - 1881)*
John Davis (1770 - 1853)*
Ciddy Davis Robertson (1771 - 1859)
James Davis (1775 - 1842)*
Nancy Davis Watkins (1787 - 1840)*
Created by: S PRICE Nance
Record added: Apr 23, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 109078480
Jonathan Friar Robertson
Birth: Jun. 13, 1769
Death: Oct. 14, 1814
James Robertson (1742 - 1814)
Charlotte Reeves Robertson (1751 - 1843)
Spouse: Ciddy Davis Robertson (1771 - 1859)*
Children: Elizabeth Davis Robertson Cheatham (1796 - 1881)*
Jonathan Friar Robertson (1769 - 1814)
James Randolph Robertson (1771 - 1794)*
Delilah Robertson Bosley (1773 - 1866)*
Peyton Robertson (1775 - 1787)*
Charlotte Reeves Robertson (1778 - 1780)*
Felix Randolph Robertson (1781 - 1865)*
Charlotte Reeves Robertson Napier (1783 - 1860)*
William Blount Robertson (1785 - 1837)*
Peyton Henderson Robertson (1787 - 1840)*
Lavinia Robertson Craighead (1790 - 1866)*
John McNairy Robertson (1792 - 1875)*
Burial: Nashville City Cemetery
Nashville Davidson County Tennessee, USA
Created by: Tim Hammer
Record added: Jul 17, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5618129
|lorena ||ray jones|
my name is Lorena I am oldest daughter of ray jones mky mother eva whitaker is buried in dixion cemetart in blacky but my father put up head stone but we never buried him there he is buried ib Kelly cemetary at do stop in grasyson co ky next to his father henry jones Ray jones died in nursing home in fordville in ohio co ky. his death date is December 17,2000 I have all the stuff to show I am telling the truth his children are Quinten jones born Jan 15,1940 died Feb. 27,2012----Lorena jones borb March 18,1941 still living---Thomas Ray Jones BornNov. 12,1942 still living---Ladon Jones born June 29,1945 still living----Barbara Ann jones bornJuly 30,1948 died Jult 21 ,2016---one Half brother Jerry micheal JonesJan 25 ,1956 died Nov.20,2012 The Grave stone in Dixion cemetary was never used
Added by lorena on Apr 10, 2017 5:13 PM
|Chikita ||Newsom Cemetery|
Hello I was wondering if the Newsom Cemetery your able to access the Cemetery. I'm looking for info on my Aunt Annett Newsom the youngest and latest buried in this plot. Her memorial numbers is 47922566. Any information will help.
Added by Chikita on Apr 04, 2017 7:07 PM
|Suzie Rabideau||anna elliott nance|
Anna Elliott is my g-grandmother. My father is the little boy sitting on her lap. I am wondering what information you may have regarding Anna and the Elliott and Houston Families. My Aunt told me that after Frank died she married Mr. Nance. Other than knowing that the Elliott's and extended families came to Missouri from Kentucky and that Frank was ill in El Dorado Spring we are pretty well stuck. Anna and family came to the Kansas City area prior to 1908 but no one really knows why. Also several other Elliott's came to this area. Any information or contacts you may be willing to share would be greatly appreciated.
Suzie Elliott Rabideau.
|Kelly Fitzgerald||John W Perdue 150271027|
I have added his parents, Thomas Perdue & Sarah Ann Rhinehart to his profile. He was one of the brothers of my great-grandmother, Clara Janet Perdue King. I have more information on this family if you wish to add it to your records.
Do you mean my little "poem?" If so, I am truly honored. As long as you give me credit, I would be honored if you would use it.
The memorial number is 144049621. I would love any information you can provide.
Added by Donna on Mar 12, 2017 10:51 PM
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