|William G. Latham Jr. (#46881253)|
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My name is William G. Latham Jr., and I have worked on Genealogy Research for over 28 year's. I enjoy doing research, and visiting old cemeteries. And enjoy helping other's with their own Ancestor's. Please use the edit button if you find any mistakes, or corrections! I'll be happy to help anyway I can. I'm sure you will also enjoy viewing this website, and want to start your own page! Add your ancestor's today. If you find any mistake's, just let me know, I'll be sure and fix any mistakes.
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|b9britain||RE: Thmas & Elizabeth Wilson Britton|
"Thomas died Sept. 1821 in Bedford County, Tenn.!"
Look at the census, which I posted on his page, just for you. You have two of the name Thomas mixed-up. One a Britain; the other a Brittain. None Britton. While I think I know how you made this mistake, that is not important. The Brittons and Britains were entirely different yDNA people. I also posted the auDNA for Thomas BRITAIN and Elizabeth WILSON. Descendants of this couple match our auDNA. Look for the bolded set of numbers on the auDNA image: That is how many people match us as Wilson cousins. Look at the number of Chromosomes that match.
This page has no sources, no references, no family research documents, no farm, no headstone, no cemetery...no,no,no. Please take the page down.
|Woody (Jack) Mcgehee||Elizbeth Grauer Westbrook Lawson|
I am working on the genealogy of Moses Monroe Stone. I believe his father was named John Stone and in the 1870 census he was living with J W Stone and Elizabeth. HE had been living with them I believe the prior census as well. Would you have any information on him?
|Linda Thomas||James Mussell White|
Your great x2 grandfather was the brother to my great x3 grandfather John M. White (Musslewhite). Their father was James M. White (Musslewhite) from NC. From what I have been able to find out we come down from the Thomas and Mary Musslewhite line. There is much written on it. My line moved on down to Dale Co and then to Mobile Co. My great grandpa, O. T. White settled in Biloxi, Ms in 1906 and was a successful builder and hardware store owner. If you are interested let me know. Linda Thomas
|Sue K||RE: William Monroe Latham|
Hello William. I really would like to know more about this Latham. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you, Sue K
Added by Sue K on Mar 17, 2017 9:49 PM
|Jimmie Primo||rueben pyles barmore|
this person is litsted 2 times
|BevR||Richard C Norwood|
Do you know is Richard Cauthron Norwood (#68915403) is the son of Benjamin G. Norwood and Sophrona Cauthron Norwood? Beverly
Added by BevR on Mar 02, 2017 1:25 PM
|Regina Davis||RE: Emanuel & Sarah|
Hey William have you gotten any further on the latham lineage?
|Shirley Lewis Hartley||RE: Family|
I'm doing OK. I lost a lot of my contacts when I moved California to Florida. I'm still on FB too.
You doing OK?
|cindi scott||Henry B Latham|
the information on his grave appears incorrect William
I think this is correct:
|mary lucas||Choctaw County MS. Families|
I saw you have a copy of Choctaw County, MS. Families. I am looking for information on the family of B.W. Robertson (could also be Roberson, Robinson, and many more). His death certificate states his parents as John Robertson & Elizabeth Jackson. Other names we are researching are Keeton, Ennis, McClelland. Thank you, Mary Lucas
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