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I was raised in Coleman Co. Texas. I can't get out and tromp cemeteries for health reasons, but I like to link family members with their ancestors. It doesn't seem to matter whose family because history is just so interesting to me.|
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|Dickie C. Grubbs||RE: John Williamson Newton Co., MS.|
Thanks AKC. I will try him.
|Dickie C. Grubbs||John Williamson Newton Co., MS.|
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
John's daughter, Susanah, was married to Robert Moore from Simpson Co., MS. in Newton Co., MS. They moved to Nacogdoches, TX.. I am a descendent of Jesse & Charlotte Patterson Williamson from SC. in Simpson Co. MS.. Robert Moore was the son of William Moore (Married Man) and X 1st. wife of Jesse Williamson, Simeon (Simmie) Price Williamson.
In 1860 John Williamson and Simmie Price were living with Robert Moore in Nacogdoches, TX. Andrew Jackson Spradley s/o Patrick & Dicy Williamson Spradley was forced to go to Robert Moore's in Nacogdoches, TX. because he killed two Hays boys in Simpson Co., MS. I am trying to prove Dicy Williamson Spradley was a daughter of Jesse Williamson. By the way John Williamson was alive in 1860 and why he wasn't with Jerusha I don't know.
Dickie Connard Grubbs
Onalaska, WI. 54650
|Patricia Moore||RE: Hugh Kerns Adams|
I resent the link to Hugh's wife. Sorry about that. As for transferring that is up to you. Thank you for the offer. I lived in Abilene 1987-1992 as my spouse was in the Air Force.
|Susan Hensley||Judia - Clark in Giles Co. TN|
Hello, what great information you have on the Judia & Kemper family. Do you have any information further back on Nancy Elizabeth Clark who married Henry Clay Judia in Lincoln Co., TN in 1848? My ggg grandmother, Martha Ann Clark was a half sister to Nancy Elizabeth. Martha Ann was married to B Frank White. I have been looking for their graves in Giles County but have not been successful. I am hoping you may some information. Thank you, Susan Hensley, email@example.com.
|suesan||RE: brisbin family|
yes I noticed . I like getting cert. to see there real name on it we have email to each other before I am going to be doing this less I want to get what I have online. I am henry layfatte granddaughter you send me pucture of Wes Brisbin I will send you more on your email
Added by suesan on Oct 21, 2016 7:46 PM
would you like birth certs of brisbin family I have ?
Added by suesan on Oct 21, 2016 8:29 AM
|Steve Peacock||RE: Roy Kemper|
I found some records on ancestry.com. Roy Dorman Kemper was born on Sep. 5, 1914 in Yakima, Washington. There is another record which shows birth as Aug. 8, 1914. His father was Roy L. Kemper and mother Ida Manning. He is on 1920 census in Yakima, Washington and 1930 census in Portland, Oregon. He had the rank of TSGT the same as my father. My father was also in the 70th division, 276th Inf. Reg. I have been working on the military history for my father. This is why you saw the flower with the 70th division logo I left. I have left flowers for most who are at the Lorraine Cemetery. The 70th division has a website. trailblazersww2.org. They have lists of deaths which you can view and also print for cemeteries in France and Germany. There was not a list for the deaths of the 70th division soldiers at the Lorraine American Cemetery so I created my own. I also added all of the burial locations as well as not very many had them. I hope this helps. If you use ancestry.com there are a few family trees which have Roy D. Kemper in them. I have already submitted changes on his findagrave for his date of birth and middle name.
|terry thompson||Bob Thompson|
Thanks for adding the photos of my grandparents!
|Mark Utley||RE: Ernest & Carolyn|
The plot info was sent in the "automated edit" system - on your "home page" (above where this message appears), there is an "Edit" tab and it should have a number in parentheses - click on that tab and any edits sent to you will be visible, and you can accept or reject.
|Tommy Moore||RE: Cleo Moore|
Granddad's house on Cottonwood Street is there but appears to be abandoned. Weeds, no power, looks like it is about to fall down. I was there a few months age. Mine was one of the pictures in the living room. Only pictures in military uniform were in that bookshelf.
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