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LaVonne Coke (#47344561)
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Gordon White
RE: John Shelton Palmer
Good morning,
Thank you for your inquiry. I know of John Palmer via his son, Harry Heppel Palmer, who was married to my great aunt, Anna Crenshaw.

I have copy of John's death certificate with information completed by Harry. It lists Daniel Palmer and Arzella Ligon as John's parents.

If you would like a copy of John's Missouri Death Certificate, I will send you the pdf copy I have.
Gordon White
Added by Gordon White on Oct 18, 2016 6:08 AM
Hopkins Family Tree
HI! Lilly Mae was my grandmother. I remember her well. I spent a lot of time a few summers ago with Aunt Rachel Warren (Adair). I love looking into our family. If there is anything you could share with me about your close line, I'd love to hear it.

I sent you an email in case it gets to you faster. I don't have access to like I used to, but I get email pretty regularly.
Added by MaryAnn on May 31, 2016 5:48 PM
macel williams
RE: Harry K. Poling
Thank you
Added by macel williams on May 06, 2016 2:59 PM
macel williams
RE: Harry K. Poling
Lavonne, i called my cousin in Florida, and he said he's not sure about Harry's marriage , but he's buried in Central Chapel cemetery in Barbour co, W.V. My cousin is 86 yrs old and i go to him for everything ! Sorry i can't be of more help, but if you would post again on this site if you find any information on him as i'm at a dead end.
Added by macel williams on May 06, 2016 7:56 AM
J. Faulkner
RE: Lorena Bain Hitt
Sorry, I'm unable to help you. I don't know where she was buried.
Added by J. Faulkner on May 05, 2016 1:20 PM
macel williams
RE: Harry K. Poling
Harry Poling in my tree is my dad's 1/2 brother date of birth was 1898 died 1924. My cousin has geneaology done back to 1515, and couldn't find any more info on him, would be glad to share all this if wanted.Can also go to Barbour co, W.V geneaology and copy under name of Linda Poling Samples. My email address is Harry and Linda were siblings
Added by macel williams on May 05, 2016 11:35 AM
Elvira (Vira) Lowe
Charles Elbert Jr. Vick (1900-1971) my grand uncle didn't marry until after his father died in 1940. His wife was Lora Jewel Harper Vick (1905-1976). This is proved by information from his Death Certificate. I have not found an actual date of marriage. Their headstone is located on FindAGrave.

I can't find any reference to a Elvira (Vira) Lowe married to a Vick in my Tree. If you would like to send her dates & any other info you have for her I will be happy to search further on ancestry if that would help you out.
Added by HAPPY TRAILS. . . on Apr 14, 2016 1:20 PM
Debbie Z*~
RE: Harvey Hulsey
Hi LaVonne,I'm not familiar with that Harvey but he is not the son of John Shipley Hulsey and Mary Elizabeth Skelton. Their children were Mattie, Lulu, Walter M, William Virgil, Denby and Earnest Elmer. John Shipley was the younger brother to my ancestor, Rev Thomas Russell Hulsey.
Added by Debbie Z*~ on Mar 06, 2016 6:13 AM
NL Nuttall
RE: Marion Austin Pinkstaff
Hi, I don't have the exact date of Marion Austin Pinkstaff and Fredna
George's divorce, only that it was after the 1930 census and before Jan.12,1936, his 2nd marriage. No children, unless they died when
infants or were given up at birth, for which there's no evidence that
any of Marion's family had knowledge. I checked both Marion and Fredna in the 1940 census to be sure, by that time she'd gone back to her maiden name.
Added by NL Nuttall on Feb 14, 2016 3:42 PM
Marcia Lang
Fredna George
Go to the person who maintains the page.
Added by Marcia Lang on Feb 06, 2016 4:12 PM
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