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Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams (#15286517)
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Bio Photo I am going on a man hunt for my DORTCH family in 2017. I have a lot of brick walls. If any one can help Please let me know. I know the lived In Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, and Texas. The oldest I have so far is;
Dortch, Walter 
b. Oct 24 1624
d. 1684
m. Whitfield, Joanne
Photos taken by me for Find A Grave may be considered public domain and you are most welcome to use them.
A Texan's family tree is like a beautiful rose with many fragrant petals, but with any rose, you have thorny branches that needs pruning on occasion....the same goes with families.
Beatitudes of the Family Genealogists:

Blessed are the great grandmothers, who hoarded newspaper clippings and old letters, For they tell the story of their time. Blessed are all the grandfathers who filed every legal document, For this provides proof. Blessed are the grandmothers who preserved family Bibles and diaries, For this our heritage. Blessed are fathers who elect officials that answer letters of inquiry, For some, this is their only link to the past. Blessed are mothers who relate family traditions and legends to the family, For one of her children will surely remember. Blessed are the relatives who fill in family sheets with extra data, For them who owe the family history. Blessed is any family whose members strive for the preservation of records, For theirs is a labour of love. Blessed are the children who will never say, "Grandma, you have told that old story twice today."written by Unknown;
MARTIN, HINE, POPPLEWELL, ARMSTRONG,Hamill, Hopper, Hooten,Raynalds,Kersey,Fomby,Formby,Culpepper, Shook, Baber

I also try very hard not to 'duplicate', but every now and again, one get's through. Please know that it wasn't intentional. If you'll let me know, I'll delete them.
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Lena Lakey Johnson
6014919 Doshie M. Noe
Scratch that Please Ma'am.
Two wives...
Added by Lena Lakey Johnson on Jun 23, 2017 10:32 AM
Lena Lakey Johnson
6014919 Doshie M. Noe
I hope this finds you well! I wanted to work on my Harris family and ran across this memorial for Doshie. I don't know how to fix this one.
All of the men listed as siblings with ** asterisks claiming to be half siblings are all her Uncles. I'm not sure how this could have been linked like this.
Thanks for your work and have a great day, Lena
Added by Lena Lakey Johnson on Jun 23, 2017 10:20 AM
Bill Clayton
Charles C. Clayton
A note posted on along with a close-up photograph of his tombstone says in part, "In a statement made under oath on September 18, 1863 Charles C. Clayton said that prior to the War he had been a farmer and had been born in Jefferson County, Alabama and was age 30."

Are you the author of this? If so, why was he making this statement under oath? Was this on an application for a pension? Any thing you can add would be very helpful.

Bill Clayton
Added by Bill Clayton on Jun 20, 2017 7:21 PM
Bill Clayton
Charles C. Clayton
A note posted on along with a close-up photograph of his tombstone says in part, "In a statement made under oath on September 18, 1863 Charles C. Clayton said that prior to the War he had been a farmer and had been born in Jefferson County, Alabama and was age 30." The date of birth on the tombstone is Feb. 4, 1844.

There were four young men living in Itawamba County, Mississippi; all first cousins and all born in Jefferson County, Alabama. The one who moved to Kaufman County, Texas was a son of Warren Clayton whose name is on the reverse of the tombstone in the Rose Hill Cemetery.
Bill Clayton
Added by Bill Clayton on Jun 18, 2017 11:45 AM
Charlene Kilgore
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Did this William R. Faulk not have a daughter named Mahala J. born in 1849?

Charlene Kilgore
Added by Charlene Kilgore on Jun 12, 2017 6:28 PM
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Martha Elizabeth Alvis Faulk
You're more than welcome. I came across all their obits while Linking someone else. There is several of members of her family there, in the Hew Hope Cemetery in Shelby Co. but there is no response from one of the contributors.
You may want to hook her descendant to her . I did
link her daugther to her . Her mother is even there, but can't link them.

I know about the computer problems. Hope You're not having as much trouble as I am.

Added by kaci cross on Jun 08, 2017 7:10 PM
kaci cross
Martha Elizabeth Alvis Faulk 34209782
Wanted to give you a heads up on her memorial. The death certificate states she will be buried in the New Hope Cemetery, but that is the New Hope Cemetery in Shelby County. The contributor doesn't seem to respond . Her mother, husband, and daughter are there,also. Am not aware if some of the other family members or there or not.

Hope this information has helped.
Regards, Kaci
Added by kaci cross on Jun 03, 2017 1:45 PM
Lisa Myers Nelson
Find A Grave Memorial# 20713908
Arthur Meador Reynolds

Is this the same Arthur Meador Reynolds that is listed in the Reynolds - Reynolds Family of England and Virginia 1530-1948? Little confused because the book has these dates: b. 01/29/1843, d. 07/16/1930. Have you ever come across descrepancies like this?

My mother is Nina Elizabeth Reynolds who is the chid of Robert Meador Reynolds and Nina Louise Barnwell buried at Ebenezer in Camp County TX.

Trying to also update some records.

If you have any questions about Barnwell or Reynolds, I will try and help.

Also Robert Reynolds later married Ruth Laney also at Ebenezer.

Lisa Myers Nelson

Added by Lisa Myers Nelson on Jun 01, 2017 12:08 PM
Larry Lagut
RE: Julie Cook Beck
I have no problem of you using my photo of Julie,please give Find A Grave credit ,take care
Added by Larry Lagut on May 31, 2017 8:29 PM
Sue K
Allie Spencer Harrison
Memorial # 16257012 Is there a marker of any kind??
Any idea where her father Hiram Spencer is buried. He died in 1926 and I thought he would be buried by his daughter Allie. Thank you,
Added by Sue K on May 27, 2017 12:28 AM
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