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Jack Brannon (#47567420)
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Bio Photo As a Mason I feel it is an obligation to my family to record as much history as I possibly can, in my lifetime. Hopefully, what i have accomplished will be a foundation to build on for those that follow. So much, has already been lost or forgotten. "If we forget those that have passed, we shall be forgotten, also."
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Jan Andrews
Riley Lovvorn

I was looking at information on Riley's memorial and I think that he had a son named Jewell, not Janell. Jewell is a name that runs in the family of Lovvorn and Evett. I checked the census records of 1910 for Etowah county AL and that was what I came up with. Thank-you for all that you do. My grandmother was Evie Lovvorn Evett and she also named a son Jewell, I am not sure if it is a middle name or first name, I would have to look at her memorial. Jan Evett Andrews
Added by Jan Andrews on Jun 21, 2017 11:24 AM
Linda Moore Mora
RE: Vivian McDaniel Ashworth Allen
Sorry I have no information about Vivian. Try looking for an OB in the newspaper where she died.
Added by Linda Moore Mora on Jun 17, 2017 8:00 PM
Asa Yeamans Memorial Comment
Regarding your comment on my 2nd great grandfather's memorial. Asa Yeomans's spouse, Jerusha Wightman Yeomans (Yeamans) descended from a long line of Baptists. One of her uncles was the last person burned at the stake in England by King James after being found guilty of heresy by a Church of England court. Among the charges was the Wightman ancestor's preaching against infant baptism. Shortly thereafter the Wightman boys moved to the New World, where they joined the Rhode Island colony of Roger Williams. Many of the Wightman men served as early Baptist ministers. One of the boys, Rev. Valentine Wightman, married Roger Williams granddaughter, Susannah Holmes hence Roger Williams is also an ancestor of the Yeamans clan in Matagorda County Texas. If interested the following link accesses Valentine's bio.
Added by LinnR on May 02, 2017 3:35 PM
RE: Addictive......
Bill Gates 10 times great grandfather was Walter Woodworth who is the ancestor of 96% of all Woodworths in the US. Walter is my 8 times great grandfather, so Bill Gates and I are very distant cousins. His "Louisa Woodworth" is not the same "Louisa Woodworth" as mine.
Added by Kate on Apr 20, 2017 11:30 AM
RE: Wood siblings
I wish I had something to offer but I don't have much on that line. I have an ancestry tree but didn't have her siblings listed on it. Would love to see your work.
Added by Sunset on Mar 19, 2017 1:24 PM
Fran Matchett
RE: Hovey and Associated Families
You sent me a lot of information back in late 2016. If you are working on a book, I would be most interested in helping by providing information on my line. I live on the north side of Houston.
Added by Fran Matchett on Feb 28, 2017 8:22 PM
Fran Matchett
RE: Hovey and Associated Families
Yes, I am a descendant of Joseph Lord and Mary Hovey. In fact, I almost have enough documentation to prove that I am a descendant of Samuel Hovey for another DAR patriot.
Added by Fran Matchett on Feb 28, 2017 8:15 PM
Fran Matchett
RE: Hovey/Lord Families
Albert Lord's father, William Harvey Lord, and my great-grandmother, Emma Frances LORD Burcham, were brother and sister. Their parents were William Nelson Lord and Sara Jane Neer.
Added by Fran Matchett on Feb 28, 2017 8:09 PM
Paige Sparks Fontaine
William Alvin Rice photo
Thank you so much for posting the photo of William Alvin Rice. He was my great-grandmother's second husband. I descend from Bertha Blanche Lee Farthing (Rice) and William Henry Farthing. Do you happen to have any other photos of these folks? Thanks so much!
Added by Paige Sparks Fontaine on Feb 16, 2017 10:30 AM
Kathy Ogle
Margaret Hurst at Hurst Chapel
I recently photographed all the gravestones at Hurst Chapel and I did not find a stone for Margaret Hurst. However, several of the stones are almost impossible to read or don't have anything on them at all. I did not have time to try and enhance any of the hard to read stones. I will try to work in photoshop on a few of them but, I'm not too hopeful. So, I did not want to remove your request, in case someone else is able to produce a photo.

I grew up in that church but now live in Dallas TX. If I get a chance to go back, I'll look again.
Added by Kathy Ogle on Jan 19, 2017 11:31 PM
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