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Whaley (#47353934)
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Bio Photo Our Loved ones all had their hour of "Splendour in the Grass"

What though the radiance
which was once so bright
Be now for ever taken from my sight,
Though nothing can bring back the hour
Of splendour in the grass,
of glory in the flower,
We will grieve not, rather find
Strength in what remains behind

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Sandra Hicks Sites
RE: Whaley Family
My 3rd great grandparents are James William and Cordelia Whaley Filyaw.

My 2nd great grandmother was Telitha or Tabitha Elizabeth Filyaw who married John Thomas Haney.

Are we related?

Sandra (Hicks) Sites
Added by Sandra Hicks Sites on Apr 26, 2017 9:22 AM
flora whaley matthews and son, Grady
We are looking for info on Flora who married Phillip Branson Matthews,born abt 1867 in TN. She can be found in the 1920 and 1930 US census as his wife. In 1930 they had children: Agnes (18), Ozier (16), Ray (12), Grady (7), Frank (5) and Burbage (2). Some death records report her, the mother, as Flora Whaley. Can you help us?

Phillip B Matthews had been married to Nancy Parton (no record except 1900 census) and to Mary J ?? (no record in 1910 census); then Flora Whaley Matthews in 1920 and 1930. He died Jun 1930.

Any help would be appreciated.

Bob Ausbourne and Mary Wilkie

Added by clark295 on Apr 22, 2017 7:29 PM
RE: William H Whaley
You are very welcome. Glad that I could help. Have a great evening.
Added by Romi on Mar 09, 2017 6:44 PM
Joseph Townsley
Mary Ann Whaley 1793
Find A Grave Memorial# 11325929

The photo posted on the memorial looks to be a young lady 20 -perhaps mid 30s. The camera daguerreotype came in approx. 1839. Any chance this photo is of another family member? My family also includes Husky, Whaley, Ogle Owensby etc. So many names the same that it is driving me crazy. Thanks for all your hard work. Regards, Joe Townsley
Added by Joseph Townsley on Oct 26, 2016 1:32 PM
Jim Everhart
my 5th great grandparents
Thank you so much for the excellent memorials about my 5th great grand parents. I would like your permission to use a copy of pictures from your memorials. I grew up in the area near White Oak Flats. I am working on my family's history and telling the stories through a blog I just started. I hate to trouble you but along with your permission could you email me a copy of the items you have posted. My first known connection to the Whaley family is William and Martha's daughter Mary Ann Ogle that married William Whaley. I understand your privacy and am glad to give you credit for the pictures in my blog if you want. Thank you again for your time and efforts. my email is .
Added by Jim Everhart on Jun 15, 2016 7:57 AM
Beth Ferguson
Martha Jane Huskey Ogle 7791386
I descend from her through her son William...
Added by Beth Ferguson on May 05, 2016 9:33 AM
Beth Ferguson
Martha Jane Huskey Ogle 7791386
There has been discussion regarding the photo on this memorial. Do you have any information regarding the original source?
Added by Beth Ferguson on May 05, 2016 9:29 AM
Beth Ferguson
Martha Jane Huskey Ogle 7791386
There has been discussion regarding the photo on this memorial. Do you have any information regarding the original source?
Added by Beth Ferguson on May 05, 2016 9:29 AM
Adeline Terry
Alexander Whaley
My great grandmother's sister married William Whaley, son of Alexander Whaley Sr. & Ruth Jane McAnnally of Blount County, AL.I have been working on ancestry & came across the very interesting story about Alexander and Margaret Elizabeth Hayes. I have a question about Alexander's Find A Grave memorial. He has a stone in Guinn's Cove in Bangor, Blount County, AL. Am I right in thinking this is a memorial stone only? Did he die in Arkansas where he moved with Margaret Elizabeth Hayes?

It looks like you have really researched the Whaley family. Very interesting stuff.

Adeline Terry

Added by Adeline Terry on Apr 09, 2016 10:03 PM
Sissi Wedgwood
I'm sorry, I was a little freaked out by your message today.

My grandmother did have a son who just "disappeared" off the face of the earth. He was declared "deceased" after seven years.

His name may have been Ronald. It may have been Richard. It's been so long that I don't remember. My dad talked about him a lot before he died in Feb 2014. My grandmother used to talk about him, but she died a long time ago.

My sister probably has the paperwork somewhere. Can you get in touch with me at
Added by Sissi Wedgwood on Mar 30, 2016 5:25 PM
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