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Chris (#46852418)
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Bio Photo I started my genealogy searching when I retired and my sons gave me an OLD, pieced-together computer so I would have "something to do". Games soon got boring, but I got hooked on the real search. I have found cousins that I thought were lost and found many more I never knew existed.
One of my sons received a book about his paternal grandmother's family and we had such a huge tree, we had to make two separate trees on Tribal Pages. Have traced one of his lines back to his 6th great-grandfather, John HART, signer of the Declaration of Independence. Other ancestors back to France in the 1600's, the Hugenots. And others back to Holland about 1390.
I have now raised 4 sons and 3 grandchildren,the youngest, was 20 in May. He is in the Army & just came home from Afghanistan. Two sons were in the Navy, one in the Air Force. My granddaughter was in the Navy and is now raising my two beautiful great-granddaughters. My husband and I were both Marines.
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Linda Duke
RE: Bill Nicholas
You are so welcome. I really enjoy what I'm doing with Find A Grave but I do have a tendency to get sidetracked. I am looking for Oliver descendants and I sometimes follow the spouses of Oliver descendants. This must be what happened with the Nichols. It does open doors for me sometimes. Good luck with the Nichols.
Added by Linda Duke on Sep 24, 2017 10:08 AM
Roger H. Vartabedian
RE: Harold J Snowden #38416472
From where the date came from I do not know. I would assume that someone submitted an edit and I accepted it. I do not have any personal knowledge of this person - I just photographed the headstone and created the memorial.

Any information you have is more likely correct. If you would like me to transfer the management of this or any other memorial just submit the request through the find-a-grave site.
Added by Roger H. Vartabedian on May 08, 2017 9:16 PM
James Petersen
RE: Bessie May Miller (#98325160)
Thanks for the correction on the death date. Other changes made per your suggestion.
Added by James Petersen on Mar 02, 2017 6:12 AM
James McMahan
RE: MaMa K
Yes, I am Kay Noska's brother, the one born in 1952. I just happened upon mama K on the internet and was thinking I never knew of her husband and spent some time in Plain Dealing after grandpa Bixler died. not too long, maybe 2 years and then we moved to Shreveport. I was talking to one of mama k's grand daughter a year or two ago and she also said she never know of a husband. mama k's daughter was neda and neda husband Travis
Added by James McMahan on Jul 29, 2016 12:51 PM
James McMahan
MaMa K
I am James McMahan III
I remember Mama K taking care of my grandpa in Plain Dealing. I was maybe 7 years old.
I see a last name of Bryce ? whatever happened to him?

James McMahan
Added by James McMahan on Jul 29, 2016 7:29 AM
Diana Satterfield
RE: Cleo EDMON, Memorial# 17435641
I am sorry to say I am not related so I have no more info to share.

Cleo is listed as living with his mother Bertha Mae Edmon (widow of J.E. Edmon in 1951) in 1954 in Bakersfield. He is listed as being in the army at that time. Later directories lists Cleo as the only Edmon in Bakersfield. He works as a laundry man at Kern General Hospital.

In the 1940 census, Cles Edman is listed in the family of Jainina and Bertha Mae Edman. They are listed as negro.

I don't believe this information is the one you are looking for.

Good luck in your research.
Added by Diana Satterfield on Jul 26, 2016 1:57 PM
Stacy Ann Williams
RE: Chloe McConnell-Barnett
Unfortunately, Chris, I do not have any other information. I have family buried there & basically, I completed the cemetery as much as possible from a transcription. Good luck hunting!
Added by Stacy Ann Williams on May 19, 2016 11:29 AM
Teresa Orr
Lonzo Quig Orr, Sr
Thank you for the information you shared about L.Q. Sr. I am L.Q. Jr's granddaughter. You stated Sr married Josie in July 1911. L.Q. Jr and Erma Lou were not born until March 1912. Do you know any information surrounding these events. My grandfather never spoke of his family. I am trying to fill in the gaps as I gather family history. Thank you, Teresa Orr
Added by Teresa Orr on Mar 12, 2016 8:55 PM
RE: Elizabeth Bird Teets Mem # 24052732
not sure -- I found Lurena (Rena)Bird as a servant in the 1900 census. - You might get her SSDI application and see who is listed as parents, or her birth cert. from the NJ archives.

We are distantly related, as I am also related to the Teets family.

Let me know if you find anything. - thanks
Added by Donna on Jan 07, 2016 5:16 PM
Molly McLaughlin
Aris Cox
The source of this is "Early Records of Georgia Vol. I and II Wilkes County" by Grace Gillam Davidson - Vol. I and extracted by her from
"Wilkes Co., Georgia Minutes of the Inferior Court 1801-1812" and page 235 of these minutes and page 161 of her book source above.

Page 235 ==Jan 7, 1811. Aris Cox, dec'd. Matthis Huff and Robert Cox appointed Admrs. William Saffold and Robert Dearing, Security.

(William Saffold/Ann Gaundelock were parents of Winnifred Saffold who marries Thomas B. Malone in Morgan Co., Georgia 1812 or so). William Saffold also was witness to will of a William Bostick

This Aris Cox is in bible record of Reuben and Joicy Hampton as father of Reuben, his mother Ruth Cox. Reuben Cox md. Joice Hampton, d/o John Hampton and Joice Malone...(Joicy). Reuben and Joicy lived in Yolabusha Co., Ms. (I know I spelled it wrong)
Added by Molly McLaughlin on Nov 28, 2015 10:03 PM
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