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|Eileen Illum (#46814543)|
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|Molly McLaughlin||Rachel Ann Dotson Dotson|
This is wife of James B. Dotson, son of Glasco R. and Susan Elizabeth Whorton Dotson (10 June 1851-5 Jul 1917 buried Lower Wharton Creek Cemetery, Madison Co., Arkansas.
Susan's parents were John Bartlett Whorton b. 1828 Georgia, d. Palo Pinto,Co., Tx. and buried Dobbs Valley Cemetery, New Salem, Palo Pinto, Texas. Born in Walton/Newton Co., Georgia to Jeptha Whorton and wife, Dorothy (Dolly) Adeline Malone Whorton. His father was likely Bartlett Whorton who resided near his wife's grandparents, Micajah Sansom and wife, Dolly in 1820 census of Georgia. Probably brother William md. 1803 Dolly Sansom, and her sister married a Daniel Malone. Daniel is the father of Dolly Adaline Malone md. Jeptha Whorton before 1825 or so in Georgia- heir of Daniel Malone d. before 1820, Jackson/Jasper Co., Georgia area. Mother is Elizabeth Sansom Malone, d. by 1820. Jeptha and Dolly 1840 as Horton, Benton (now Calhoun Co.) Alabama but to Arkansas by 1844/6. Both died there. Joint land with brother in law, Alexander Wallace-lands in Benton Co., Alabama. Jeptha, John's father and Susan's grandfather, had brother-in-law Miranda Clinton Malone d. 1860 in Clarke Co., Arkansas and source of John B's brother's name.
|Tony Godwin||RE: Mary|
By the way. Benjamin Bolling is my 5th gr-grandfather. Jesse Bolling Sr. is my 4th gr-grandfather. My great grandmother Theodosha was also a Bolling (related to Benjamin and Jesse) who married my great grandfather Samuel Barger Jr. My mother was born and raised in Hazard, Perry County. Abraham Barger was my 5th great grandfather and married Jesse Bolling's daughter Mary "Polly" Bolling. The area and town was named in error. No records shoe there was any Bowling as part of the original 50 settlers and co-founders of Bowlington. Even Bowling Green Kentucky was named in error. They got the name from a statue in a New York park, Bolin. But somehow it was twisted to Bowling. It's all a mystery, but it's also incorrect. Perpetuating erroneous spellings of surnames only serves to continue the confusion. I won't put someone in my tree until I gather the truth as best I can. So this line for my tree is BOLLING all the way.
|Tony Godwin||RE: Mary|
Sorry, meant to write precedent, not precedents.
|Tony Godwin||RE: Mary|
It's really not that simple, but I know what you mean.
I took this anomaly on and pursued it to the only conclusion in this case. The Bolling/Boling/Bowling) lineage is extensively documented.
It was originally spelled Bollyng and later changed to the Middle English form: Bolling in the 1500's.
No matter how anyone spelled their own name, assuming they could read and write, the origin of the name supersedes the "X" marks the spot or misspellings by census takers and other clerks. But Bolling is absolutely the proper spelling for this line, if anyone is interested in facts.
Even your confusion is due to misinformation. What else could you do under the circumstances? Can't blame you. I just reach out when I see the traditional and actual surname spelled incorrectly, even if it WAS done by one of the family. Like I said, The origin of the name takes precedents over all the variants and deviations.
Hi Eileen, I'm in Eastland County Texas. I had stumbled upon the Casey Family Association (cfainusa.org) a few years ago while researching the family tree. They try to map descendants of Abner Brooks Casey and his brother Peter. Here's how mine goes... me < Thomas W. Casey < Uriah "Frank" Casey < Wesley Byron Casey < Uriah "Buck" Casey < Thomas Jefferson Casey < Uriah Casey < Aaron (and Polly) Casey < Jesse Casey < Abner Brooks Casey < John Casey. Abner and his brother came to America about 1720 and all of his sons and grandsons (who were old enough) fought in the Revolutionary War. Abner was too old by then.
Since you're a Casey descendant, you're also a distant cousin to Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens). He was also descended from Abner.
|Cheryl Casey||Mary Polly Wayne Casey|
What a thrill to find Polly's headstone here! She was my great(x5)grandmother. Thank you for posting her memorial, Eileen.
|M. Law||Elizabeth Wallbern Tucker|
Elizabeth Wallbern Tucker is the second wife of John Tucker. Is there a grave for his first wife, Margaret Stansell Tucker?
I could not request a photo of Elizabeth's grave because there was already such a request. Is it possible to get a photo?
Added by M. Law on Apr 23, 2013 12:05 AM
|Susan Hoch||One more thing !|
One more question Eileen. On Susan Russell Langford , do you have on your family tree , her parents as Ethelbert Russell and Cynthia (Sinthy) Jones ? If so, Our 4th Great Grand Father is Arthur Middleton , one of the signer's of the Declaration of Independence , he has a Memorial Page # 2810 I wasn't sure if you knew. Pretty Interesting , Susan
|Susan Hoch||Bryant Langford|
I just saw the other Bryant. Now I remember, The reason why I made one because it is not active. I tried to write them , but nothing. It said to write find a grave but I wasn't sure how. Susan
|Susan Hoch||George M Langford|
Eileen , Should I get George M. Langford transfered to me. That way we could just add what info we have? Thanks for your help . Oh and is the other Bryant Memorial better ? should we delete mine or keep it the way it is? , Susan
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