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sometimes these things just drop off. glad its fixed. thanks, holly
Added by holly k on Aug 16, 2016 9:38 PM
|Dorothy Beckworth D||RE: Henry Beckwith III|
Joyce, do you know Al Beckworth? he has worked on the Beckwith/Beckworth genealogy for years. He is in your line from Henry IV and Hansel. He has a "MyHeritage" website if you would like access to it, I can ask him to add you to it. Also, if you are on facebook, I have a Beckworth Family page where I or anyone can add info. I have created FAGs for our someof our ancestors who did not already have them, and need to add some more, mostly for our female ancestors
I found where Anna Mowbray Beckwith (mother of our Amos) - her father, William Mowbray arrived in Annapolis MD on 20 August 1716. I live about 20 miles from Annapolis, so planning to go to Annapolis on Aug. 20 this summer to raise a toast to William and celebrate his arrival 300 years ago this year. Two cousins on your line, one from Texas, and one from Atlanta are also planning on being in Annapolis that day. We have a lot of interesting ancestors we need to be grateful for. take care.
|Dorothy Beckworth D||Henry Beckwith III|
Hi Joyce, we must be cousins. Good to meet you. Can you tell me which of Henry's sons you are a descendant of? His son Amos is my 2X grandfather, and Amos' son, Willis is my great grandfather. His son, Daniel Noon Beckworth is my grandfather, born in Georgia. Willis left Nash County before the War of 1812, because he shows up in the Georgia War of 1812 militia. If you noticed, I have our Henry III linked to his parents as well as Amos in find a grave. Willis is listed in Amos' will. If you have abt information you could share, I would appreciate it. Thanks.
|garden8er||RE: Ann Ansley Carter|
You're more than welcome! It was an adventure finding it. LOL!
That was a terrible tornado. I have talked to others locally who heard the stories passed down from old kin who lived in that area of the county.
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Mary Hardin Taliaferro|
I noticed that you left a flower on the following:
Created by: ReLyRoTh
Record added: Jul 17, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 73475116
You may wish to leave one on the following:
Maintained by: Marcia Lynne vonGunden
Originally Created by: D. Fritz
Record added: Jan 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64930711
if i put it up you can have it. if it doesnt copy let me know and ill email you a copy.
Added by holly k on Oct 15, 2015 9:54 AM
that great. do you have the next page. its something ive never seen. thank you so much. it seems he and i are very much alike.
Added by holly k on Oct 13, 2015 8:49 PM
|Frankz||RE: Schley county|
Found it on google maps, thanks.
Added by Frankz on Jul 21, 2014 8:11 AM
|Frankz||RE: Schley county|
Carter Family Cemetery.
Is that cemetery sign you took a photo of, right on 153 very close to the road, easily visible as you drive by? Or is it very far off the road, but still seen from the road?
Added by Frankz on Jul 20, 2014 10:54 AM
Since you took some photos of it, can you tell me where the Carter Family cemetery is in Schley county? Only info I can find is that it's somewhere on Hwy 153, south of Ellaville, but that covers several miles.
Added by Frankz on Jul 19, 2014 11:33 AM
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