|Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo (#46969778)|
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Wife of Edward Dene Pattillo, 3rd Great Grandson of the George Alexander Pattillo I, the Immigrant from Scotland. Daughter of Mary Elizabeth McDermott and Percy Cullins Hobbs (Rex). Great granddaughter of James M. Laird and Elizabeth Finley; and Cicero Cyril Hobbs and Margaret Edna Wright (Maggie). Great Granddaughter of George Washington Wright, Jr. and Theodosia Caladonia Peed; and Sarah Ellen Laird and John McDermott. 2nd Great granddaughter of Bryan and Julia McDermott; and George Washington Wright and Eliza Gresham. I live in Arizona.|
I am researching surnames of: Hobbs, Wright, Peed, Cullins, Harrison, Trotman, Harrell, Docton; McDermott, Laird, Finley.
My husband's family surnames I am researching: Pattillo (All Spellings), Hall, Field, Dyer, Austin, Maloney, Bullion, Phenix, Buchanan, Todd.
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|Jack Schley||Pattillo Plantation Whitesville, Georgia|
Hello Mrs. Pattillo,
I have been researching the John and Polly Winfield Pattillo of Harris County, Georgia family line, because I live in their 1836 farmhouse near Whitesville. I know of their final resting place at New Hope Methodist and have found a lot of great information at the Columbus Public Library and through Ancestry.com. What I lack is actual family stories from the property, despite being in contact with a few direct descendants. I have also never seen a picture of John, his wife Mary "Polly" or any of their children. If you have any information on the Whitesville, Georgia Pattillo's I would greatly appreciate talking with you. email@example.com.
|Steve Wester||Lela Farrow Maloney|
Lela was my grandmother's aunt. A letter from my grandmother (Emma Lee Farrow Wester) states that Lela, her brother (John Adams Farrow), and her sister (Lucy Elizabeth Farrow Rush) were the children of Dr. Thomas Farrow of Camp Branch, MO. He and his wife died in 1858. His 3 children were brought up by his brother, Dr. William Farrow, also of Camp Branch, MO. Lela's memorial states that William & Lucy were her parents. Do you know where that information came from? I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for all the work you have done.
|seafarer2844||George Alexander Patillo|
I am a 5th Great Granddaughter of Martha Varner and George Alexander Patillo. I was distressed to find I had made a great big error with her parents, losing many generations I am loathe to erase but perhaps must, conceding that her parents are indeed Lettice Keys and John Varnor. So I am writing on the long shot that my Patillo cousin has come up with any additional information on her parentage other than the dead ends I find everywhere.
Do you happen to have a tree on Ancestry? I do have several generations farther back on the Patillos if you do not have them. I would be happy to share anything I might have.
Thank you for your consideration,
I'm Williams son Jeremiah.....John would be Jeremiah's brother.
Would appreciate info on the Fields. akfieldsATsbcglobal.net
Kim A Fields
Added by Fields on Dec 08, 2016 4:08 PM
|VICKIE WAGNER||Aaron Hobbs #64770240|
Hi Mary Jane,
I have a couple of questions for you about Aaron Hobbs if you don't mind. It is regards to his son David.
|Dorothy B Powell||RE: Herbert Alfred Pattillo|
Yes, that would be great. Thank you!
|Sonny McGee||Willie Wright|
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|Sonny McGee||Willie Wright|
I'm researching the Wright family of Troup Co. GA. I'm Looking for Willie Wright (b. 1891-92), he is the son of George and Nannie Wright. He had 2 brothers, Arthur and Hubert Wright. I would appreciate any info on them.
|Dorothy B Powell||Herbert Alfred Pattillo|
My grandmother was Adele Pattillo, the younger sister of Herbert Alfred Pattillo. He was killed in a train wreck when he was 25. Adele married William M. Clarke & lived in Draper, North Carolina. Their first child was Nellie Jean Clarke, my mother.
Dorothy Brewer Powell
|Karen Hanna||RE: Whitehead Photos|
It was kind of funny seeing all the workers, 5 or 6, of them, stop gardening, mowing and whipper snipping to come over to check and recheck the location. It was definitely a group effort.
your welcome, karen
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