|William G. Latham Jr. (#46881253)|
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My name is William G. Latham Jr., and I have worked on Genealogy Research for over 28 year's. I enjoy doing research, and visiting old cemeteries. And enjoy helping other's with their own Ancestor's. Please use the edit button if you find any mistakes, or corrections! I'll be happy to help anyway I can. I'm sure you will also enjoy viewing this website, and want to start your own page! Add your ancestor's today. If you find any mistake's, just let me know, I'll be sure and fix any mistakes.
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|Tamatha Castle||William Hugh Carson 1819-1878|
William and Elmire rose Carroll Carson markers were placed in the Double springs cemetary by my husbands uncle, Pete Russell. He stated in a book that Elmire rose Carroll Carson was buried in the popular springs (colored) cemetary near pleasant grove because she as indian (dark skinned). We do not know why he picked double springs as her resting place. I see that you posted something on William Hugh Carson,so I was hoping you may have more information on William or Elmire rose Carson. Thanks
|Tamatha Castle||William Hugh Carson|
|Thomas Kriefall||Family History|
I meant James Mann
|Thomas Kriefall||Family History|
I see you have an extensive knowledge of the Charles Mann family from Mississippi. Are you related to this family?
|Beth Austin||Memorial #68938669|
Just checking on you! I have sent you information a couple times to add for Sybil Carty and wondering if you are receiving my notes. I hope you are doing ok.
|oleta davis||Mark sanders womack's children.|
Mark Sanders and Elzabeth H. Avent had another son, George Womack born in 1833 and died during the Civil War in 1862. His papers stating his death are on line and his grave is at Mount Pleasant in Webster County. He was married to a Hunter and had a daughter. He is on the 1850, Choctaw, Co. MS Census, living with his brother Thomas Womack. Mary was listed with her sister Caroline England, but birth date is off, since she was born in 1834. I don't see how Elizabeth can be buried at Hohenlinden, when Mark was lviing in Georgia in the year of 1839, when his daughter was born. He has a son born in MS in 1841. I have read that he moved to MS in 1839. A Territorial census has him in MS in 1840 or 1841. If you find this correct, you might want to add to your memorials.
|Tom Lamb||Richard Hooper/55226097|
I was just doing some research on another name in Hooper Cemetery in Fruithurst, AL and I notice that this Hooper is the same as #14241866 which was added in 2006.
Added by Tom Lamb on Jun 11, 2017 9:28 PM
|Louise Skinner||RE: Shaffer & Skinner Families|
Good to hear from you. Will e-mail.
|b9britain||RE: Thmas & Elizabeth Wilson Britton|
"Thomas died Sept. 1821 in Bedford County, Tenn.!"
Look at the census, which I posted on his page, just for you. You have two of the name Thomas mixed-up. One a Britain; the other a Brittain. None Britton. While I think I know how you made this mistake, that is not important. The Brittons and Britains were entirely different yDNA people. I also posted the auDNA for Thomas BRITAIN and Elizabeth WILSON. Descendants of this couple match our auDNA. Look for the bolded set of numbers on the auDNA image: That is how many people match us as Wilson cousins. Look at the number of Chromosomes that match.
This page has no sources, no references, no family research documents, no farm, no headstone, no cemetery...no,no,no. Please take the page down.
|Woody (Jack) Mcgehee||Elizbeth Grauer Westbrook Lawson|
I am working on the genealogy of Moses Monroe Stone. I believe his father was named John Stone and in the 1870 census he was living with J W Stone and Elizabeth. HE had been living with them I believe the prior census as well. Would you have any information on him?
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