|Nancy Brown||RE: 105331059|
Pictures are different than information. Pictures have copyrights. That's why #1 of the Find A Grave guidelines for posting pictures is "Only post photos for which you hold the copyright (meaning photos you took)!"
All the pictures you have posted on John Crittendon Raulston were take from a family tree on Wikitree. Did you have permission to copy these pictures?
|Kari Olson||RE: Mary Ann Raulston Taylor|
thanks i will do so
Hi,Life has kept me jumping lately. Just started adding in Overbey to the Ware family in the Hamilton tree. Did I forget to do something for you? Let me know if I can be of an assist to you in your tree.
|John Ival Blair||Re: McWilliams link|
Hi Cuz! Well if you can't help with Ival, I am also very interested in the Allison family connections, about which I know very little. On the other side of my family my mother's sister Mary Percy married Lester Allison of Missouri. I've wondered if he was from the same general Allison clan that the McWilliams's married into (on my Dad's side of the family).
|John Ival Blair||McWilliams family|
I'm a great-great-great grandson of David M. McWilliams and am particularly interested in whether there is any information about why two of his granddaughters, Manerva McWilliams and Nancy McWilliams, named sons "Ival" -- a Scottish surname that is also sometimes used as a given name, as it was for my grandfather, my father, me, and my son, plus numerous cousins. Where did they get the name in the first place?
|Harriet W. Berry||RE: Morrison-Foster link|
I have never seen any documentation on the Donnell marriage, only speculation. However, there are records on the Morrison marriage. Even though you did give me her maiden name originally, I followed up on it and confirmed. The link was sent by yet another person, who also confirmed the Morrison marriage.
While I'm willing to unlink the memorials, I'll leave her maiden name as Morrison until documentation shows up. Thank you for your interest, and I look forward to hearing from you whenever the need be. Happy hunting!
|Harriet W. Berry||Morrison-Foster link|
I deleted the link at your request, but am curious as to why it was made. John Foster married Martha Morrison on 20 Mar 1768. Their daughter Martha married Samuel Donnell in Wilson County.
|TALKING STONES||my email|
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