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|Misti Eaves Pike (#48505014)|
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I have lived in Draketown, GA my entire life. I am interested in finding history connected to the Eaves, Kirk, Hulsey, Baker, Farr, Butler, and Thomas family lines. |
Any information or pictures of old Draketown (residents, businesses, schools, or homes) would also be appreciated!
You may use any picture that I share for your personal use in your family tree. Enjoy.
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints. - Ps 116:15.
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|Sandy Lyle||RE: James Franklin Forsyth Memorial|
Hi Misti, I removed two pictures and left one. Sandy
|Genealogy Detective||One more thing|
I forgot to mention that Almond Hulsey and Hester Ann (Tabor) Hulsey are my 4th great grandparents.
|Genealogy Detective||Hulsey Pike|
My name is Amanda and my great-grandmother was Annie Mae Sisk Freeman. Her mom, my great-great grandmother was Julie A Hulsey and according to Annie's death certificate, her father was William Pike. My father is as Freeman is no longer living, and his father Jack James Freeman of Stone Mountain, Georgia passed away a few years ago. It was only a few years prior that I had learned via Ancestry.com. Jack was alive. I would love to connect h you because I know nothing about the Hulsey's or Pikes, and I am one too. I live in the suburbs of Charlotte, North Carolina. Please go to my member profile so you can see the memorials I've added. I have photos of my great-grandmother, Annie Mae., My great-great grandmother, Julie is buried in Charlotte, along with William Pike. I look forward to hearing from you. I am so thankful I found you by chance!
Amanda Gayle (Freeman) Hunter
my e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please remember to visit my page, so you can see that we are descendants of the same family!
|Sandy Lyle||James Franklin Forsyth|
Hi Misti, I just saw your message and transferred your uncle's memorial to you. Glad I could be of help. A late Memorial Day greeting to you. Sandy Lyle Rakestraw
|Blanche Wallace||James Wallace, 142900959|
Hello, again - in regard to the parentage of James Wallace (1784) of Rutherford County, NC and husband of Martha "Patsy" Eaves -- I had two Wallace men tested for Y-dna. One is a direct line male descendant of Lt. William Wallace & Ruth Porter and the other a direct line male descendant of James & Patsy (Eaves) Wallace. The men are in two different haplogroups and so this shows James was not a son of William & Ruth (Porter) Wallace.
The results of the testing are presented in the book I mentioned in my first email. I forgot to give you the title: Descendants and Kin of Toliver Wallace (1809-1882) North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Texas.
Thought you might like to know. I can go over with you how the error originated, if you wish to contact me through my personal email address.
Best regards, Blanche Wallace
|Blanche Wallace||Martha "Patsy" Eaves Wallace, 142900805|
Hello, Misti - I am a descendant of Patsy Eaves & James Wallace. I believe Patsy may be buried next to her daughter, Elizabeth (Wallace) Bedford in Marietta City Cemetery, Marietta, Georgia. I created a memorial for her some years ago - 61402193.
James & his sons Toliver and H. B. traveled to Cobb County, Georgia, several times, beginning in the mid-1840s and H.B. moved there about 1846-47. Toliver and his family settled there in 1866-67.
I have written a 500+ page book on the descendants of their son Toliver Wallace and Nancy Dycus, including a section on James & Patsy and Toliver's siblings. There are copies in several Georgia libraries; Cobb County Public Library in Marietta and Washington Memorial Library in Macon are two of them.
|rhonda bruce||RE: Hulseys in Hulseytown|
I sent you an email regarding our Hulsey line and sent my landline number...I guess you did not get it..so I am sending you this note if you still want to get in touch with each other regarding our Hulsey line
|Sandy Whittington||Edith Farr|
William Farr's burial site consists of two graves, one with a Confederate marker -- the other an uninscribed fieldstone next to his grave -- both surrounded by brick coping. I'd be willing to bet the fieldstone grave is hers. We're cleaning the cemetery tomorrow (1/26/17).
Douglas County Cemetery Preservation Commission
|Sandy Lyle||James Esmer Davis|
I just saw your message about James' wife and the two choices you found. I will look at the two choices you sent ( 30693650 and 31444415 ) and let you know shortly what I think.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=158952021
|Old Southern Belle||re: Tula Blackmon Gentry|
Thanks for the obit. I added it and linked you as contributor.
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