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I have been doing genealogy for over 10 years and am totally addicted. I am from Bloomington, IN, but live in Union County, NC now. My main areas of research are Walcott, Ragan, Huffaker, Shearer, and Lowe on my mother's side. May, Crum, Brookshire, Sullivan, Walker, and Wright on my father's side. I would be happy to help anyone with similar research interests.|
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|Beth||"Betsey" May Keplinger|
Find A Grave Memorial# 62425308
I'm wondering if there might be a mistake on this record. You list a husband 38 yrs younger than her: Bird Deaderick Bayless. Could that have been linked to the wrong record?
Also you list her name as Catherine Elizabeth "Betsey" May Keplinger. Where did you find evidence for Catherine? It seems odd. She has a sister named Catherine. I've not run across this before. Do you remember where you got the info. What is the name on the stone?
Added by Beth on Aug 21, 2016 6:14 PM
|Robert Myers||RE: Elizabeth May|
I updated her page with the marriage information you gave me. She is not a relative of mine. If you are related, I would be happy to transfer. Let me know.
yes I would love that (#48012443)
|Suezy OBrienHouse||Walker line|
Hello!!!! I am also related to the Walker branch.
Richard Walker/Martha Smith 4th Grt Grandparents.
Martha Hickman Walker/Pleasant O'Brien 3rd Grt.
John Washington-Grt Grt, John Granville- Grt, David John Sr. Grandfather, David John Jr father, me.
Nice to find another cousin!
|David Tate||RE: Bold-Strain Cemetery|
All of the photos that I took at the Bold-Strain Cemetery were taken on March 28, 2013. Yes, the Bold-Strain Cemetery is remote. I took notes and photos when I visited the cemetery and I have in my notes that the owner of the land told me that in the 20 years that he has lived in his house that I was only about the 10th person who had ever knocked on his front door. The owner of the land walked us to the cemetery and spent a couple of hours with us locating and documenting some of the tombstones.
I have two ggg-grandfathers and one ggg-grandmother buried in the Bold-Strain Cemetery.
My line: Charles Brookshire (1796-1880) who is buried in Bold Cemetery and his first wife Peggy Rutledge Brookshire (1801-1855) who is buried in Kentucky, Elizabeth Brookshire Tate (1827-1909) who married Jesse Tate (1828-1873), James B. Tate (1858-1889), Edgar Tate (1887-1955), Wendell Tate (1929-1992), and me (1952).
|EDM||RE: Ann Strain|
If first cousin 5 times removed is close enough for you, I will gladly take her :)
Added by EDM on Sep 25, 2013 5:44 AM
|RabbitTrack||RE: Harrodsburg History books|
The Monroe County Historical Society has copies of the "Days of Glory". I know they have one copy of the other book, but I don't know if they have it for sale.
Monroe County Historical Society: http://www.monroehistory.org/
|RabbitTrack||Harrodsburg History books|
"Years of Glory" and "Remember When" by Ruth Seeley
I didn't know whether you knew about these books. I loved the stories that she tells about Harrodsburg and its people.
|Debbie Reynolds||RE: William Madison May's parents|
Corrections are made. If you would like your family member transfered, just let me know.
|C & Y Zinn-Haines||John C. Walcott|
I am sorry but I don't know the wife of John. I think, if he had a wife, she married again after John died. Sorry.
|Bill Hayes||RE: Elmore Walker Family|
Yes,I am a descendant of Elmore Walker born abt 1750 through his son Richard born in 1770 through his son Joseph Smith Walker born 1795 through Richard George Walker born 1825 through Joseph B. Walker born 1854 then my Grandmother Mabel Alva Walker born 1890. You can see the Elmore Walker line on my site at:
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