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|Jennifer Taylor Nichols||Richard Norman (1797-1807*) et al|
Hi Jerry. Thank you for taking the time to email me concerning the research of Lettie Hay. Yes I am more than familiar with it and the records concerning Richard. As one with 40 years experience with Norman genealogy (I inherited my mother's research upon her death) I did my best to place all I could in an ancestry file which I keep public. My mother, in addition to Mrs. Hays, was also a progenitor of early NORMAN genealogy. In fact when I shared our research 15 years ago on ancestry mine was the only file. Since then and happily so the family research has grown. Huxford and Wiregrass publications, we have learned were not entirely accurate in their reporting. For an example my GGG grandfather ARTAXERXES NORMAN married CLEMENTINA BOYD (NOT Boyette) as it has been erroneously repeated. Not only did my family oral history support the name BOYD but my DNA testing conclusively proved my relation to the BOYD blood. It might interest you to know that perhaps 18-20 years ago a large collection of NORMAN genealogy/documents were uncovered in the basement of the Savannah library. Left to the dust and darkness there was no indication how long the documents languished. I shared this info with a distant cousin who made the pilgrimage to the library and based upon my understanding the original wills were in this collection, were subsequently transcribed and now have been widely circulated on the web.
Due to other personal endeavors I have not updated my files as I should have but since there are multiple researchers with multiple opinions - I leave it to the younger more enthusiastic researchers to continue adding to the base of known information. A review of the 1820+1830 census records does show there were unaccounted for females. Certainly Sarah would suggest to be a younger daughter, namesake of her grandmother. For anyone interested my file is located on ancestry at https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/16800993/person/422167522/facts - specifically to Samuel(patriarch). I will say his his namesake son had a very interesting life....be well Jennifer
|Michael Kernan||RE: Taos|
No I an not related to him. We served together in Vietnam with F/2/7 in the latter part of 1967.
|Bert Walker||sarah norman anthony|
you have Samuel G Norman listed as the father of Sarah Ann Norman Anthony. i have thought this to be true for years. do you have any proof that Samuel G. Norman and Keziah Minchew Norman were her parents or is this only speculation?
|Bert Walker||sarah norman anthony|
|Joanne Kearney||James Barnard|
I recently found that I am a dna match 4-6th cousins, with someone who had James Barnard in their tree. They did not list any parents, but did mention that he came from Mass. Like you I did find several trees with parents, One listed his mother as Sarah Holt from Andover Mass. Now I am a descendant of Nicholas Holt the original Holt from Andover. There is a book called A Genealogical history of the Holt family in America, by Durrie (you can see a copy if you google it and go to archive.org). Interestingly on page 31 They list Sarah Holt as having married James Barnard. I am sure that there are many errors in this book, but so far it has been a pretty good source. This Sarah is a descendant of Nicholas Holt. Now it is possible I am related to this ancestry person via another family member.. I will be looking for more possible links, but this looks promising. Thought I would pass this on.
|Gloria Johnson||Sarah Jane Nunez Wildes 1830 - 1909|
The Find A Grave Memorial for Capt Robert Flournoy Nunez indicates that Sarah Jane Nunez Wildes was his half-sister. However, they had the same parents, Hugh and Jane Wilson Nunez. Their mother died in 1841 when Sarah was 11 years old. Hugh married Sarah Campbell soon after Jane's death and their first child was George who was born in 1842. Please show this correction.
|Judy Dixon Carter||Memorial# 101720150|
This is a duplicate memorial.
|Geoffrey Boyd||RE: Twin Sisters Photo|
Sorry lol. Memorial 60666913. Katherine L. "Kate" Boyd Harff (or her twin sister). Thanks in advance.
|Geoffrey Boyd||Twin Sisters Photo|
Interested in where you got the picture. I have many photos from that same life event.
|Dottie Gilder||Emmaline Barnard 173286964|
Jerry, Is this memorial correct? Information was difficult to find. 1940 census shows she is age 3 therefore born in 1937. Marker shows dod 1941.
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