|Barbara Henneman||Info about Thomas H. and Agnes C.|
Do you have any information or links to information regarding Thomas HARVEY and Agnes CLARK? I believe Thomas to be my 11G Grandfather and am looking for any more information that I can gather.
|Gene||RE: Isaac Tyler|
That is his footstone for sure. He was definitely buried there. Charles Hale recorded his stone back in the 1930's. The problem is that the cemetery has been vandalized quite a bit AND there is a huge oak tree that died and fell over, crushing a number of gravestones. His may have been one of them, as the footstone was located right near the tree.
Added by Gene on Aug 26, 2015 2:56 AM
Hi Terri --
I am in the process of adding much info on the Bonnemort family to both Find-A-Grave and to a GEDCOM I have at RootsWeb.com (databasename 'rlpierceded'). Let me know of any particular questions you may have; perhaps I can help pursue answers.
|Jacki G.||Thomas Dean and Rachel Phipps|
I noticed in a message your wrote to BG that you mentioned Thomas and Rachael Dean were your great grandparents. They are 2nd great grandparents to my husband and would very much like to compare data with you if you're willing. I don't have much on the Deans yet, but I do have data for their descendants.
Added by Jacki G. on May 29, 2014 11:52 AM
|Penny Schrotberger||William Curtiz/Agnes Howe|
I saw your memorial on William Curtis and Agnes Howe. and also Thomas Curtis and Mary Camp. they re my 12th and 11th great grandparents thru my mother. Would love to share or compare info. Penny at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Phyllis Adamson||James & Martha Collins Burnett|
There are two James Burnett families in Alabama. One lived in Montevallo in 1860 and the other lived in Lower Yellow Leaf in 1860. Carrie had to belong to the family in Montevallo. There is no girl child named Carrie in the James & Martha Burnett family in Lower Yellow Leaf in 1860, or any other Census I can find for that family. Both fathers, James Burnett, were born in 1820. One died in 1889 and the other in 1898. The James Burnett born 20 Jun 1820 in Georgia (not Alabama) is the son of Lewis Burnett and Catherine LIttlefield Burnett. Analyze data carefully. There are some repeat names like Joseph and Thomas and James, but watch dates and names of other siblings. I've had to delete records and research over again to be sure I was following the correct James Burnett family. Just a polite "heads up" from a descendant of Louis Oliver Burnett who had no sister named Carrie.
|Phyllis Adamson||Lewis & Catherine Littlefield Burnett|
They are my 4th g-grandparents. I am descended from their 4th child, James. Looking for information of Lewis Burnett's parents and beyond - or direction to which archives or repositories might have that info.
(convert it the way you know it should be - that is a protection against spammers)
|seekerJay||Henry Wisner token left|
Hello, I noticed the token you left on Henry Wisner's page. The site doesn't like genealogy info added to the tokens because with new added tokens, yours will drop from view. His bio is very short. You should consider writing "A Better Bio" and submitting it for Henry with your expanded information for him. If you don't know how, read the FAQs and inquire into the help forums. Good luck! http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=7255072
Just ignore my previous message, I was 1 generation off. My Carrie is the daughter of James G. and Martha Collins Burnett, grandaughter of Lewis and Catherine Burnett. Sorry to bother you :)
|Julia Dodson||Carsade " Carrie " Burnett|
I saw your comment on the memorial of Margaret Gore Burnett to Chaplain Burnett about his ancestor Lewis Burnett, with a daughter named Carrie. I am trying to figure out if your Carrie is my Carrie. Who did your Elizabeth Carrie Burnett marry?
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