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FOR ME TO BE ONLINE DUE TO MY HUSBAND'S
HEALTH. I DO APPRECIATE YOUR
LOVELY TOKENS YOU LEAVE FOR MY FAMILY.
PLEASE KEEP OUR FAMILY IN YOUR THOUGHTS
AND PRAYERS. MAY GOD BLESS
EACH OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
I want to thank each of you for your thoughts
and prayers. Your kindness means a great deal
to me and my family.
I'm retired, doing genealogy work & enjoy helping on the findagrave.com website. I'm a proud Okie., born & raised in Oklahoma. I am of Cherokee decent, as my Great Grandfather and Grandfather signed the Dawes Rolls. I have been doing my 'Long' family tree for years and have found so many cousins online.
It has certainly been interesting and most enjoyable meeting and hearing from new distant family members. I have learned so much about
my ancestors and their lives down through the generations, I hope to perserve their memories for future generations to come. This is why I like working on the findagrave site, hoping to help others looking for their loved ones. I have found others to be very helpful and kind to share information.
My husband and I are enjoying our church, family & early retirement.
Aren't the Grands Fun?!!!
We have two beautiful granddaughters.
If I have made any mistakes, or
you would like to have your family
info added to their page, please contact
me and I'll be happy to add it for you.
I want to also say thank you for taking the time to visit my loved ones memorial pages and leaving a note for them. God Bless You
A Special'Thank You'to 'God's Special Angel'
that sponsored my sweet parents memorial pages.
Linda's kindness will always be remembered,she is
truly God's Special Angel.
A Special 'Thank You' to Missing*U*Always~
Loving*U*Forever for sponosoring my baby brother's memorial page. God Bless You Colleen.
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Thanks Phyllis. Holler if you need anything from me.
Added by Shane on Oct 16, 2017 2:22 PM
|mmommyof5||Wondering How I Connect|
I have enjoyed reading your notes on your research of the Long family. I have recently had my DNA tested and it seems I connect with several people that connect to some Long family members that you have listed as children of Rev. George Washington Long. I have Samuel Long (b. abt 1798 in Virginia) as my 3rd great-grandfather who married Martha Shrode in Warrick County, Indiana in 1836. They moved to Todd County, Kentucky by 1850. Martha seems to have died sometime before 1860 and Samuel must have died before 1870. On the 1870 census several of their children are living together without their parents.
I just wondered if, in all your years of research, you have ever run across this couple or have any clues to how Samuel fits into your family of Longs as the DNA seems to suggest.
Thank you so much for your time.
|garden4rd||RE: Tombstone picture|
I would not change it after all. I went out and was able to locate the marker this time and it appears that your original info is correct. The cemetery does not mark the areas clearly so sometimes it is hard to tell where one section ends and one begins. Also, section 3G is split (shaped like an L) so that is why I was unable to locate the marker before--they had me look in the wrong side of the section. I would just leave it as is.
|garden4rd||RE: Tombstone picture|
I understand another member was able to locate Alpha Smith's headstone. I am sorry that I could not find it however, I looked in the location listed on the memorial. I emailed Bobdick (who took the picture) and he says the location was different than listed. So, it would be good to get the correct location from him and update it on the memorial. Seems very odd to me that the info was wrong as I had an employee help me look. Either way, I'm glad you now have a picture.
|Amy Cornog Hall||RE: Rhoda 'Long' Neff|
Sorry it's taken me so long to get back with you. I did check Rhoda's stone and the date appears to be Dec 3, 1868, as you have indicated. I have changed it in our records. Thank you for catching that.
As far as other Long research, we have no records at church of the pastors from 1888-1916. It is entirely possible that Robert Long was pastor at some point, possibly after the death of George Long III. George and Robert were two of nine charter members and their families.
I have some notes on the history of Rose Hill Baptist Church, Willard, MO, from Wendell Forshee, written in 2008, celebrating the 132nd year of Rose Hill. You may have this info but I thought I would share, just in case:
"George Long was ordained as a preacher in 1859 to pastor the Shady Grove Baptist Church in Boone Co., Arkansas. George was the grandson of a Baptist preacher, John Long, who served his country during the Revolutionary War and was supposed to be with George Washington at the crossing of the Delaware. George Long III opposed slavery and spoke against it. He was put in prison at Little Rock, Arkansas for his stand against slavery. After his release in 1862 he came to Missouri and joined the Union Army and was appointed Chaplin of the Missouri regiment. He was wounded in a battle at Marshfield and his future son-in-law, J. W. Forshee, was taken prisoner.
After the war he relocated to Cass Township, Greene County, Missouri. He served several churches: Union Hall, Brooklyn, Republic, Prospect, Hopewell, Pleasant Ridge, Turkey Creek and Union Grove, to name a few.
In the early years most people walked to church and some came by horse and wagon. I've been told stories by some who have gone to be with the Lord that it was a common practice for families to leave their small children in the wagons asleep and that it was also a common practice for some of the young men to switch the babies into different wagons. Orville Perryman said it caused quite a stir since some didn't realize it until they were on the way home."
|Lisa Dorsey Shepherd||RE: More links|
Phyllis, Sorry about the last entry, I got confuggled....sent it to the wrong person, however, if you would like feel free to look into the Dorsey/Darcey trees on that link, thanks, Lisa
|Lisa Dorsey Shepherd||RE: More links|
Phyllis, Sorry I have been so out of touch for so long. Between Mom and Dads health, my own issues and deaths or life changes, this site has really taken a back seat for way too long. We have however, gotten quite a bit done on Ancestry, and I thought of you when I came in here today. Maybe our family tree on Ancestry would help you find the details you were inquiring about before? In the event it could help, I decided to share that link with you. This is Sharon Dares family tree, she is the daughter of Paul and Clara Dorsey, My grandparents. (No, Paul did not take in the 5 children you referred to, I'm not sure who that was.) Hope this helps you out some tho.
Blessings and best wishes, Lisa
|Denise Long ||Billie's daughter|
I am so glad I happened upon this. Trying to do this from my cell but cousin Phyllis if you're able to get this message send me an e-mail. I was talking about my memories of Afton just a week or so ago.
Wishing youse the best in Stanford for Don's treatments. Maybe U won't be gone very long this time around.
As always Phyllis, my pleasure to flower UR loved ones, even though I'm also not online as much as I would like to be.
Best regards with smiles & blessings and 'Happy Mother's' day to you also.
|Pixie Owens♥Huntley||RE: Information please|
Phyllis, I wish I could help but I have no idea who to contact for information change...I haven't tried contacting anyone for year but hopefully someone will read your post on my page and can help you.
Phyllis, y'all are always in our prayers...keeping you both close to our hearts during the up coming treatments. I haven't been on here much, so busy trying to get all our steers worked and shipped to summer grass in the Flint Hills.
Please stay in touch, sweet friend.
Love & Hugs
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