|Dan Woodruff (#46888449)|
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|I have been actively working on my genealogy since 1983. All of my lines start in Alabama or Missouri and go back to South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Ohio, or Pennsylvania. Most of them traveled through Kentucky, Tennessee or Georgia.|
I am researching the surnames Anthony, Ashlock, Bower, Callahan, Golightly, Gordan, Haddock, Hemphill, Henderson, Houston, Johnson, Long, McConnel, McCoy, McMillan, Means, Newcomb, Polk, Ray, Rutledge, Simpson, Schoonover, Stockton, Taylor, Woodruff, Worthington and several others.
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|Dianna ||William Taylor - Eldon Cemetery, Eldon, Mo|
Taylor, William (Civil War – Veteran)
3 Sept. 1875 – 3 Jan. 1961
Co. F, Enrolled MO Militia
Added by Dianna on Jul 07, 2017 11:36 AM
|Nadyne Faulkenberry Lynn||Spelling of Matilda Shepard Randle's maiden name|
Find A Grave Memorial# 47097452
I believe Matilda Shepard Randle spelled her maiden name SHEPARD. Thanks, Nadyne Lynn
|Linda||RE: Houston Research|
Added by Linda on Jan 24, 2017 12:37 PM
I understand you have done a lot of research on the Houston name. I am trying to document the parents of Jane/Jean Houston who married Daniel Booth. It has been suggested that she was the daughter of James Houston and Hannah (maiden name unknown, maybe Linn) based on a land grant issued to Daniel Booth deceased and his children. See Find A Grave Memorial# 75987662. Would you have any info on this family?
Added by Linda on Jan 24, 2017 9:57 AM
|Linda||RE: John Robinson #32188892|
I think Goodspeed's books were basically done from interviews with the people that he did the bio's on at the time.
Added by Linda on Jan 04, 2017 4:33 PM
|Linda||John Robinson #32188892|
Please add to his bio:
John Robinson, the maternal grandfather of subject, was a native of
Ireland, and came to the United States when young. He settled in
St. Francois County, Mo., at quite an early date, followed farming,
and finally died in Washington County, where he had moved. Source: Goodspeed's 1889 History of Dent Co., MO.
Added by Linda on Jan 03, 2017 8:50 PM
|Frank and Heather James||Transfers|
We really weren't looking to change anything. I have just been trying to manage all of our family's to keep them together. Thank you!
|Frank and Heather James||RE: Transfer requests|
I totally understand! If you ever decide to quit managing them, please keep us in mind! We are just glad that someone who cares about them are managing them!
|T Jeffs||John Patrick Kelley, Sr.|
Hi, Dan. As you created this memorial back in 2008, I'm hoping you can help me. John Kelley is my 4th Great Grandfather. I'm wondering if you have any sources for "Patrick" as his middle name? None of the records of marriage, census, etc. show "Patrick". Many people are saying that Patrick Hendrix Kelley is his father's name, but I have no definite proof. Anything you can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Added by T Jeffs on Dec 21, 2016 10:56 AM
|Lynne||RE: Sarah Houston tombstone|
Thank you. I can't make out anything but 18_6, even when I zoom in. My inquiry stems from the Historical Records Survey, Tombstone Transcription Project, State Archives of North Carolina, Iredell County Cemetery Survey Records, Fourth Creek Cemetery (WPA, 1937) that transcribes her death date as Jan. 27, 1836, consort of Samuel Houston, age 61st yr., as well as a Bible record transcription in the DAR Library that includes her date of death as Jan. 27, 1936, age 60 yrs., 3 mo., 7 days.
Thanks for photographing tombstones in this cemetery!
Added by Lynne on Oct 27, 2016 8:55 AM
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