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|Lisa G||Ard Update|
You're welcome. I love doing research and as I come across informtion try to share with thers.
Added by Lisa G on Jan 20, 2017 5:44 PM
|Amy Lake||RE: James Anthony & Ella F. (Vaughn) Drew|
Yes you can use the information. If I can be of any further assistance, feel free to contact me and I will help any way I can.
Added by Amy Lake on Oct 21, 2015 3:39 PM
|Don Atwell||RE: Elizabeth (Draughon) Drew, Jellico Cemetery|
I do not know who the mother was but you are welcome to use any information I have.
|RobMinteer57||Arrie, Bailey and Halie D. Strickland|
Somebody else sent the information about the links--probably the person who added the pictures. Perhaps you should ask that person about giving credit for the information...
|Kaye Staccone||RE: Rachel Woodham-Daughtry|
Is this Edward Harley Woodham Sr?
Do you know if his father was Edward Woodham, Jr & Mary "Polly" Aries (if this is an accurate maiden name)?
I descended from Aris Woodham,Sr, who is a brother to Edward Harley Sr. but I didn't have his wife's name. So you may have very well given me some additional info that I didn't have!! (excited!)
|Kaye Staccone||Rachel Woodham-Daughtry|
Hi, I was wondering if you could tell me the parents' names of Rachel Woodham-Daughtry.
I would like to make the connection in my family tree.
|Mary Louise Reynolds||Martin Lee|
When I interviewed Aunt Lofie and Aunt Pes in the mid 1970s, they told me that there was a son Martin who died, but I've not found much evidence of him other than that. On the 1900 census Sallie stated that she had had nine children and had nine still living, but on the 1910 census she stated that she had had 10 children, nine of whom were living. If Martin was born 1900-1910, Sallie would have had to be 55+, not optimal age for getting pregnant. I think Martin (if that was indeed his name) was probably born before 1900, but died young, and for some reason Sallie didn't include him in the count of the 1900 census. Sorry I can't provide better proof.
|Mary Louise Reynolds||Tim and Sallie Lee|
Sorry it took me a while to get back to you. We were in England for three weeks. No, I haven't found any obituaries for Tim and Sallie. My husband subscribes to a couple of newspaper archives, and the Dothan papers included in it include the dates that Sallie died, but not Tim. They do not, however, include any mention of her death.
|Judy K. Brantley/Wilson||RE: Mamie Iola Sanders Hallford|
Hi, Absolutely !! This lady is one of my best friend's grandmother. She gave me the information on her.
You could just say you found the info on Find A Grave memorial # whatever...
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