|Danetta (Wheeler/Brown) Harper (#46576404)|
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I started searching my genealogy in 2000 after I lost my brother. It suddenly was important that I know where my parents, grandparents and g-grandparents came from.|
I knew very little about my father's background and wanted to know more. It has taken several years but I have found many new and interesting facts about my heritage.
It would have been impossible without records, gravestones and the internet. I feel that I may help someone in the future find their ancestors with the help of information found.
I will gladly work with any of you on Find a grave to transfer or change my information. Just ask.
I have very few graves on my site. I am mostly interested in information on my family. I hope that you that are doing this only for the numbers would be kind to those that have their grandmother or other family members in the site, even if they do break a rule. Pass it on to those closer. They know more about that person and can add information that will help others.
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|CHARLENE CASTLE GIBBONS||LOLA B FLATT|
Is Lola not the daughter of Jame Whitfield Flatt. That is the name on the grave stone along with her mother L L (aka Luna)? Just trying to get the correct info.
|Sherry McRight Gorman||Dalton Brown|
How is Dalton Brown (person who has Tommie Brown letter) related to Tommie Brown, Jackie Brown, etc. The letter is VERY interesting and Id like to know his relation to the people in the letter.
Sherry McRight Gorman
I'm Thomas, my grandfather was Charles Guynn (He was The last of the bloodline where the male used Guynn) . I've been doing some genealogy work for about a few months and been able to trace the tree up through the Guynn line and noticed my family tree meets with yours at Mary Wheeler and George H. Guinn (it was changed to Guynn when it came down to George's son John Guinn/Guynn and his son David Guynn, we have documents where they used both versions of the name and since David, my line of the tree stuck with the spelling of "Guynn". I would Love to get any information of the Wheeler side of the line, Anne Wheeler is my 5th Great Grandmother.
Thank you for your time,
|Sammie Pettitt||John William Wheeler Sr|
I have more information for John William Wheeler Sr. Please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
Please put his name in the subject line.
|Alecia Wheeler||Additional cihild for James M Wheeler|
Hello, I am the granddaughter of James Madison Wheeler born April 23, 1913, died January 13, 1987. My dad- James Madison Wheeler Jr. born Aug 27, 1945 is not listed . Mary Aline Wheeler is his mother as well as David Wayne Wheeler is his younger brother.. My Dad is still alive and well. we would greatly appreciate your help in updating this information. thank you in advance
|DeLories Robinson-Vaughn||Thomas D Young|
Thank you for your permission to use the pictures of the headstone. Like you, please feel free to use anything that I might have.
|DeLories Robinson-Vaughn||Headstone Photo|
Danetta may I please use the picture of the headstone for Thomas D Young and Elizabeth Wheeler on Find A Grave?
|Clayton Stidham||Tahlequah classmate|
Hi, Danetta! By some chance I ran across your name and recognized you as one of my 1st grade classmates at Bagley in Tahlequah. We lived on the same little pebble-strewn steet in the barracks/apartments next to the Northeastern campus. It was 1953. We hung out, along with your brother, Arthur, and my brother, Wayne. As I recall, your father had Bibles for sale (a noble occupation if there ever was one). Blessings!
|Patinky||RE: Your brother|
Thank you for the response. I am a part of the Brown family too (back to Thomas Brown and Nancy Lytton) and from Jubilee Wheeler who goes back to Rowland Wheeler of Bedford County, Virginia. Next time you plan on coming to Jackson County, please let me know. I'd love to meet you. My cousin Bob Brown might meet us and he knows every nook and cranny in Jackson County. Thanks for replying!
Added by Patinky on May 16, 2014 1:40 PM
I stumbled on your Findagrave listings and wonder if David Wheeler is the late brother you mention in your bio here.
I am a descendant of your Wheeler and Brown family and live very near Jackson County, Tennessee. My paternal great-grandmother, Tennessee Wheeler Carter is buried in Holdenville Cemetery.
What is remarkable to me is how much David Wheeler looks like my father the late Comer Spurlock. I am also a cousin to the late Pam Louder of Holdenville.
Just wanted to say hello and let you know that we have several familial connections and I would be happy to talk about them with you.
Added by Patinky on May 15, 2014 4:01 PM
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