|Ida Durden (#47241362)|
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Daughter of Raymond O. Mock and Ruth 'Rosebud' Gregory Mock. I am connected to Mock/Bazemore/Allman;Gregory/Moye/Strickland. I was raised in Belle Glade, Florida. |
My mother was born in Wauchula, FL -
My dad was born in Sylvania, GA
My husband's family - Durden/Buie/Love/Johnson/Cannington/Maddox/Maxey
/Ware. Florida, Mississippi, South Carolina, Georgia, Texas and Alabama. He was born and raised in Houston County Alabama.
Port Mayaca Florida
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|Cherry Stewart||Alice Stanton|
Can you send the memorial number for the mother and/or father. Then I can connect them.
this is in regard to:
His father was Otis O Watson - not sure about Henry name listed. His death record can be located on familysearch.org
Someone sent me that info to add to the memorial. I will note your findings.
Added by CCC on Mar 07, 2017 1:36 AM
|Judith Nan Lewis||RE: 91575172|
I have added her death and marriage records to her memorial, and additional information.
Hope this will help.
Sorry, this is not my memorial. You should get in touch with the person who created the memorial for Naomi Lasseter Burnette. Please note I only added a tombstone photo. NGL
Added by NGL on Sep 11, 2016 12:04 PM
|william maxey||RE: Family Connection|
Best availible book is on CD and is titled the Maxeys of virginia by edithe Maxey clark. EMail me and I will try to lend you a hand this week. My first born Maxey family member was Silvanus and Mary Worley Maxey. Do you know from what branch you are born from. Bill
|Mark & Jeannie (Mock) Irwin, # 48402560||RE: Joseph A. Mock/George H. Mock|
Thank you. After receiving your message, I looked up Henry Tucker Mock in your Ancestry Tree. I see another connection through the Bazemore's. On my Maternal Mock side, my great-great grandfather George Madison Mock married Temperance Permelia Bazemore who is your great grandmother Caroline's sister. It's a small world. I haven't completed my DNA in Ancestry, but have been thinking about doing it. Would love to know how your results read from the DNA test. Whenever you get a chance, please email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org. I already sent you one email you can read when you get a chance. Would love to stay in touch, thanks again.
|Mark & Jeannie (Mock) Irwin, # 48402560||Joseph A. Mock/George H. Mock|
Ida, I sent you an email to answer your question on John Perry Mock, son of Asa Tanner Mock. So, just following up to make sure you received the email.
Also, I have since found record in Ancestry in the 1850 Census of your Great,Great Grandfather, Joseph Andrew Mock, the Father of George H. Mock. Joseph Andrew Mock is in F.A.G., Mem# 67128168. Joseph's Father/Mother was George Mock and Selah Boykin Mock. If I have calculated correctly, we would be 4th cousins equal generations. Joseph Andrew Mock and Lodowick Edward Mock were brothers, which would make George and Selah Boykin Mock our Great,Great,Great Grandparents.
Thanks, Jeannie Mock Irwin - 48402560
|Wanda Morrison Tillotson||D/C|
Dear Ida, How might I ask did you go about finding that precious d/c? I've been looking high and low for a number of years with no luck just an 1866 State of Al census that lists James Morrison (b. 1825, Ga d. 1865 Ashville, St Clair, Al) as a Deceased Confederate Soldier~my great grandfather is James my grandfather was child number 6 on the 1866 census and 1870 census of St Clair, Al.
|Homer King||RE: Gregory Family|
Hello Ida, Samuel was my 5th Great Grandfather through his son Richard Grancy Gregory and his son John Gregory. I'll get in touch real soon.
|Joseph R. Klett||RE: Springer Family|
P.S. I meant to give you Mark Springer's memorial #. It's 112318828. -Joe
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