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I am a member of Daughters of the American Revolution, the Jamestowne Society, Descendants of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, the National Huguenot Society, and the Colonial Dames of the 17th Century. I just love researching family histories. I taught Jr. High English in the public schools for fourteen years. I was an Elementary Counselor and a librarian for fifteen years. |
I would love your contributions to the pages I've added. I especially want pictures of the people I have listed here. I am taking pictures of all the tombstones in my area in order to preserve family histories for future generations, especially those who wish to join DAR and other societies. I want to honor these people and truly wish for them to be "Gone but Not Forgotten." I want to create a page for each person with pictures and biographical information. My DAR webpage is at www.mssdar.org/noahcole.
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|Ancestor Hunter||Mary Day Pugh|
I noticed that you uploaded a deed that proves that Day is Mary's maiden name on F-A-G memorial #108711772.
Are you by chance kin?
Added by RickC on Apr 23, 2017 7:11 PM
|Jan Miller||Beasleys in Ozark Cemetery|
Hope all is well with you and yours. Just wanted to say that I knew both Bill and Dessie Beasley and their family and would be pleased to take over their memorials so I can make links and add more information. Thanks!
Bill: # 161728032
Dessie: # 178401175
|Virginia Brown||Bessie & George Martin|
Thank you VERY much for their transfers. I look forward to adding information to their bios. I hope someone does something nice for you in return.
|A Poynter McDaniel||RE: Mellott|
You are quite welcome. My great, great grandmother was a Mellott. Esther/Hester Mellott.
|Patricia Tebow Williams||Robert Rockhold|
I am Pat Tebow Williams, I come from the Rockhold line, You have Robert born 1612 Virginia, I got to thinking the pilgrim's weren't here till 1620 so surely he had to be born somewhere else.
|The Irish Lady||Mount Pisgah Cemetery - Wesley Barnhart|
Many thanks for getting his headstone onto Find A Grave. I love to see Barnhart stones since I can't get there in person.
I wonder if you'd allow me to use the picture in the family research, with credit of course?
The Irish Lady - Gail - 46995691
|B Dearborn||Trent OR Trout|
Find A Grave Memorial# 152604846 has the maiden name for the wife of Charles Young as Trout instead of Trent. I have never found a marriage for someone of that name. Does someone have a copy of the original marriage bond to show the name is misspelled? Also her marriage is listed as happening 12 March 1812, which would make her only 12 years old! Some ancestry trees reverse the year to read 1821. I'm thinking someone must have seen the original to come up with this. Any help in straightening this out is appreciated. Billie
|Dolores J. Rush||Local History Index|
I just found this online. Thot you might be interested: http://www.slcl.org/content/local-history-indexes-fee-fee-baptist-church-st-louis
|Dolores J. Rush||Jane Sullins|
Is there a primary document source that names her as Jane (Gill) Sullins recorded in the DAR database?
Maude Hoffman's book says Virginia Childress was born c. 1735 in South Carolina. John married her in North Carolina c. 1760. Her family, a prominent and wealthy South Carolina family, was displeased by her marriage and disinherited her, but she was reconciled with her father before he died. Maude's co-researcher [Melva Sullens Taylor (65932999)]. Maude's source for this information was from the book called "As A Tree Planted: A Sketch Written for the Centennial for the Fee Fee Baptist Church of St. Louis, MO." Pamela Clark Musick (171365374), a grand-daughter of John & Jane's is the source for the information on the Sullins in the Fee Fee Baptist church book.
And it is Anna B. Sartori, "Among My Pioneer Ancestors."
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