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Bert Taylor (#47262902)
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Frank Merriman
Stephen Robertson 1775-1837
I just noticed your note from 2014 on Stephen's memorial. I checked some things and I don't think that Alexander Mack (b. 1819) was his son. Most of Stephen's family was in Indiana by 1830. I'd say that Burrell Robertson (b. 1800 NC) has something to do with Alexander. Perhaps Burrell was his father, an uncle or something. He resided in Dyer Co., TN. Also, the 1880 Census shows that Alexander's father was born in NC. In lieu of that I'd say he doesn't belong to Stephen's family.
Added by Frank Merriman on Jan 08, 2017 9:07 PM
mac
RE: transfer of site
Transfer complete on memorial 58456765
Added by mac on Aug 25, 2014 3:12 PM
Delores Callahan Vega
Edward Callahan
You are very welcome. Sorry I could not provide the proof you need. Hopefully at some point in the future that proof will surface.

Best regards,
Delores
Added by Delores Callahan Vega on Jan 30, 2014 9:30 AM
Mary
Mr. Brown
I have transferred Mr. Brown into you loving care. Every time I enter a memorial, it is with hope that a family member comes across it and takes ownership so that they can add the special touches that should be there to document the life story of that person.
Added by Mary on Jan 29, 2014 11:12 AM
Delores Callahan Vega
RE: Callahan's
I searched my records on Edward Callahan and his son Joshua and I found no concrete source that proves the relationship. However, everything I have read indicates this to be the case. Although I can't prove Edward was Joshua's father I believe this is the case. Sorry I could not provide more help to you. I have not been able to find Joshua's grave in Yell, Arkansas either. Good luck on your research.

Delores
Added by Delores Callahan Vega on Jan 29, 2014 12:59 AM
Delores Callahan Vega
RE: Callahan Family Search
I would appreciate notification when you find the grave. Thank you very much.

Delores
Added by Delores Callahan Vega on Apr 21, 2010 8:42 PM
Delores Callahan Vega
RE: Callahan Family Search
Yes, Joshua John Callahan is the person you are searching for. He was born Feb 11, 1793, in Chatham, NC; died 1871 in Remlap, Blount, Alabama, where he is buried. He foucht in the war of 1812. Married Suzanna Ratliff. You can find information about him on Ancestry and Rootsweb. Good luck in your search.
Added by Delores Callahan Vega on Mar 30, 2010 11:01 AM
 

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