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Tracy DeVault (#47057088)
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John T. Jackson Memorial 28089200
Tracy, why is the memorial for John T. connected to Samuel and Vashti Jackson? Both Glen Jackson kit 168075 and Nathan Jackson kit 154352 that are direct male descendants of John T. Jackson have proven to be in the I-M253 haplogroup while the descendants of Samuel Jackson are in the I-M223. This memorial needs to be changed.

John Jackson son of Samuel and Vashti Jackson has never been traced other than his name being mentioned on Samuel's pension papers as being alive in 1855.
Added by JackMc on Nov 10, 2016 6:47 PM
John Padermos
Children of Alpha Enos Kitzmiller
Creola Mashburn Kitzmiller and NOT Myrtle Parsons Kitzmiller was the mother of Alpha Kitzmiller's four children: Gladys, John, Ruby,and Jeraldine.

Myrtle did indeed raise them as her own upon the death of Creola.

Please correct this.

Thank you.

John Padermos
Added by John Padermos on Jul 07, 2016 2:54 AM
Please check your BIO page and fulfill my EDITS ?

Added by DUVCW on Jan 24, 2016 4:06 PM
Karen Walls
DeVault Family history
Hi Tracy, I am Karen Walls, granddaughter of Sheila Drew DeVault Qualls, great grand daughter of Robert Drew DeVault, great great grand daughter of Valentine DeVault II. I learned a lot about DeVault history from my grandmother, she left me a lot of artifacts from the family- lots of old family photos and some furniture pieces that had been in the old homeplace there in Johnson City. I remember visiting the house as a child when Elizabeth (my grandmother's cousin) lived there. I also have a copy of the book about the DeVaults telling all the family history and so many interesting stories, particularly about Valentine and my great great grandmother Edna Anne Hannah. I know the homeplace is still standing, but was wondering where the DeVault graveyard was. I visited the area several years ago but could not find anyone to contact about the location of the graveyard. I have lately gotten back into working on my family tree and hope to share some of the photos and stories I have on I would love to know if the graveyard could be visited. If you can help me please contact me at
Added by Karen Walls on Jan 19, 2016 9:36 PM
Allie Nelson
# 132278047 Valentine DeVault JR.
Hi Tracy!
Do you know who he belongs to? Parents, that is.I found him researching Civil War Detailed Conscripts and Nitre Contractors of Sullivan County. He was in Company B--boy he had some bucks back before the war as well.
I thought all of our DeVaults were covered--unless this is a duplicate memorial.


Allie #48649629
Added by Allie Nelson on May 21, 2015 12:30 PM
Kim Richardson
RE: Nathan and Mary Francis
Thanks for getting back to me, Tracy! Yes, I think I do remember exchanging emails with you, right after we bought this place.

I do know how to extract the pictures and I'm so glad to hear that I have permission to do so. We think it will look so awesome when you walk in the front door of the house to see pictures of the original owners.

I will send Janet Donner an email. Perhaps she has more information about the house, possibly a picture! That would be wonderful!

Thanks again for getting back to me so quickly! Take care!
Added by Kim Richardson on Apr 09, 2015 4:24 PM
Kim Richardson
Nathan and Mary Francis

Hello! You don't know me, but my husband and I live in the house that Nathan and Mary began building in 1892 at 220 Main Street in Moweaqua, IL. Last night, we were searching the internet for more information about the house, (and to see if we could find any pictures of Nathan and Mary and/or the house,) and we were so pleasantly surprised to come across this page about Nathan with his picture, as well as Mary's. It's so fascinating to finally be able to put faces with the names of the people who built our home. I'm aware that Mary's father, Mr. Duncan lived with the Francis' at the time of his death and from what I understand, his funeral services were held here in our home. (Kind of eerie, but nonetheless, interesting!) I would like to make a copy of Mary and Nathan's pictures and display them in our foyer. Also, if you have any more information about them or pictures of the house, or know of anyone else that I could talk to, can you please let me know? We are amazed at the hard work that went in to building this beautiful home and would like to know as much as we can to preserve its legacy!! Thanks in advance! I look forward to hearing from you!
Added by Kim Richardson on Apr 08, 2015 6:08 PM
Allie Nelson
Sweetie Pie Cousin!

Allie G. N.
Added by Allie Nelson on Apr 04, 2015 4:07 PM
Allie Nelson
Hi Tracy-
I was wondering if I could manage Samuel Latture, my 3rd g-grandfather. I'd like to enter a short bio and add his siblings.

Added by Allie Nelson on Apr 04, 2015 11:29 AM
Loretta (Willis) Rainey-Fones
Lydia Munson
I just looked in my Carroll County Cemetery books. Their date and yours match..1904. It's been changed. Thanks so much for catching this.
"Each Day Counts", Loretta
Added by Loretta (Willis) Rainey-F... on Mar 14, 2015 8:13 AM
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