|Stephen McDonald UE||Lyon|
I just looked at your files on the Lyons in Scotland. I too am descended from them via my mother Alice Lyon.
Your info is excellent and accurate as far as I can tell.
I have the Lyon lineage going back to Ingleram De Leonne (1028-1087) from Normandy who fought with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings 1066.
After 1066 the Lyons came to Norfolk England, Northamptonshire England, and later to Scotland.
|Karenyt||Wiilliam Andrew Young|
William Andrew Young was my ggrandfather through his son Allen Thomas Young, Orville Andrew Young to Karen Young Thompson. It is fun to make connections with distant relatives and the Young family should have lots of them as there were lots of boys in the William Andrew Young family, one girl too but she died young is the story we heard.
If you'd like to communicate feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for any Young family information back and forth.
Added by Karenyt on Mar 26, 2016 1:30 PM
|Joseph Terrell||Isaac Ambrose Little|
In a previous message from "WD" he correctly places Isaac Ambrose Little's grave in GA. Isaac's wife's grave is in NC.
I do not know if the following affects any of your entries, but WD incorrectly identified Martha Little as Pernay's wife. Martha Kicklighter Little is my grandmother. She died in 1930 due to toxemia arising from pregnancy with my mother. Martha Kicklighter Little's husband was Glenn Ambrose Little (my grandfather) who later moved to WV and died in 1988. He remarried.
|WD||Isaac Hampton Little 1873-1918|
Robert , your # 65302265 at CROOKED CREEK, Union County, NC does not have a photo. This might be
because he is not buried at Crooked Creek.
I am Wiley DeWitt, with my partner Dottie Gilder
we are trying to up date Findagrave records for
ANTIOCH Church Cemetery in Evans County, GA.
Yesterday I photographed three LITTLE graves at
ANTIOCH: Isaac Hampton Little 1873-1918, his
son Pernay 1900-1922 and Pernay's wife Martha.
Isaac is in Findagrave at ANTIOCH (#124789098).
Added by WD on Jun 16, 2015 7:19 AM
|Rock Talker||Robert & Sarah Ford|
Could you please delete the photograph's that you entered & reenter them after they have been turned. I would love to have them on their memorials, but correct.
Thanks so much
|Tamara||RE: Robert and Anna McFarland Memorials|
Thank you Robert! I hope this helps you - I am touched by the volunteers such as people like you. I am trying to work on this stretch of family history so that it is not lost as I can trace back from my father to my uncles and great uncles from memory. Then I can go with great records linking them. Thanks again! Tamara
Added by Tamara on Feb 24, 2015 11:33 AM
|Tamara||Memorial # 50415499 & 50595171|
Robert - I would love to add family details to my great times 4 grandparents. I wonder if I could maintain the following two records, I have listed below? I have many updates as they actually had 13 children. If there is some reason you want to continue to maintain it - could I send all the corrections to you?
Anna M McFarland
Created by: Robert Camp
Find A Grave Memorial# 50415499
Memorial # 50595171
Tamara Weaver Member # 48040871
Added by Tamara on Feb 18, 2015 5:50 PM
|Jessica Reynolds||William Andrew Young|
William A Young was the 2nd husband of my husband's gg-grandma, Barbara Ellen Slater Bonnell, so I would love to know what other info you have about them. He is also related through the Mains/Guthrie line somehow as well (still working on verifying that line).
Also, are you sure he was buried in Payne County? I found a list of records for a cemetery in Lincoln County and there is a record for him and some other family members:
I look forward to hearing from you!
|Mike Ransom||RE: Thomas Wayne Jump|
Thanks, Robert (and Donna)! changes made to the careless editing on my part (or maybe I got it transferred that way? the links didn't even match the bio). Anyway, it's fixed!
|wvy||John Waltman, Turlock|
thank you so much for adding info I sent. And, so promptly! wvy
Added by wvy on Feb 24, 2013 8:27 AM
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