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Anita Quarles (#46892176)
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Bio Photo I am a 75 years widow, mother, grandmother and ggrandmother. my hobbies are genealogy, sewing, visiting cemeteries. The loves in my life are My God, My family, My Church. I do family research on the Smith, Quarles, Seay, Gilstrap, Hensley, Hagins,....
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Betty Felton
Susan Burgess
Do you know wgich cemetery Susan Burges is buried in?
Added by Betty Felton on Mar 12, 2016 2:11 PM
Ray Free Williams
RE: how
Doshie wooden williams was married to my father William Henry Williams after her death he married my mother Fthel free
Added by Ray Free Williams on Nov 21, 2015 6:23 AM
David Quinn
Hugh Lee Quinn III
Sorry, Hugh Lee Quinn III Find A Grave # is 41717757.


David Quinn
Added by David Quinn on Mar 28, 2015 11:38 AM
David Quinn
Hugh Quinn III
My name is David Lee Quinn and I am the Great-Great-Great Grandson of Hugh Quinn III. Hugh had two other sons names Uriah Quinn (Find A Grave # 44615555) and James Quinn (my Great-Great Grandfather..B. 1837 D. unknown). Both Uriah and James migrated to Texas in the late 1850's and fought in the Civil War for the Confederates. James was married to Rebecca Henson (or Hinson) and had 3 children..Moses (my Great Grandfather), Josephine and Amanda. James most likely died between 1872 and 1880. If you can please link Uriah to Hugh Quinn III..thank you!

David Quinn
Added by David Quinn on Mar 28, 2015 11:33 AM
Drewry Robert Smith
Hope you are doing well. I am interested in knowing if you are related to Drewry Robert Smith. If so, we would be cousins.
Added by Mary on Nov 05, 2014 9:13 AM
Jesse Carter
Henry Head

Henry Head is my 5th great grandfather on my mother's side. In your research have you come across any information on Henry's daughter Jane Catherine and her husband Martin Workman (they are 4th great grand parents)? Thanks for your posts contributions to this site.

Jesse Carter
Added by Jesse Carter on Sep 07, 2013 3:23 AM
R Walters
RE: add
Thanks for the links on Benard Quarles, always glad to connect the little children to their parents.
Added by R Walters on Jun 22, 2013 6:32 AM
John Evans
RE: ancestry
William is my Mother-in-laws Father and she does not remember much about here Fathers Father her mother was married 7 times so I can see where it was hard to keep track

I do know William was married three times and his two other wives were Lottie b 1906 and Laura b 1876

Children of William & Lottie are Dwight b1924
and Inez b1926

I know it not much but I hope it helps

John Evans
Added by John Evans on Jun 07, 2013 1:01 PM
Richard Finch
Flat Creek Baptist Church Cemetery

Hey I was just wonder if the next time your out at this cemetery, if you could look on the back of Elisha Gragg tombstone and see if his wife information is on the back... Thanks
Added by Richard Finch on Dec 17, 2011 8:29 AM
Randy Taylor
RE: Huskey
George Melvin Huskey is my 2nd GGF with Annie Stinnett being his wife. From there, Isaac Benjamin married to Nora Mae Kyle is my GGF.
My research shows that Roxie and George had three children; Mammie L Huskey (b1917), Cora Ruth Huskey (b1919-d2001) and Samuel Edward Huskey (b1923-d1984). Perhaps Cora, not Nora, is who you are looking for with regard to Roxie's daughter. I don't show a date of death for Mammie so if she's still alive and you could find her, she'd be a spectacular source of information.
In addition, I show that Isaac and Nora were married in 1911 in Tenn. I got the spelling of "Kyle" as well as the marriage date from either my Grandmother's Bible (Bessie Huskey married to Lawrence Huskey) or some family research she had done back in the 1970's.
You would think that with all of these events not being that long ago, that it wouldn't be so difficult to research them. But I guess that's what makes it fun. Hope that helps.
Added by Randy Taylor on Aug 31, 2011 1:09 PM
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