Anna Parker

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My husband came home from his aun'ts home one day he handed me an 1886 family album presented to a woman named Emma,in the album were many pictures and a few obituaries, in the front of her album in the index page were names of all her family members,Emma had no names on any of her pictures i was curious about the family so i went on a seach to find them, the first place i searched was online where i was lead to find a grave search,this is why i joined,i found Emma's family cemetery here online, i visited my husbands aun't to ask for the directions to the Haynes family cemetery, I took a visit to the cemetery located on the land the haynes once lived,my husbands aun't age of 93yrs never mentioned that they were family from her first husband,my husband had been helping his aunt throw away alot of old things out her attic which lightning had struck,everything was to go to the dump,hubby was told he could pick out anything he wanted,among the things he brought home the album.I'm searching also SUR NAMES-LOVING-SEAL-Barlow-SouthWorth-Vaughan-Chenault(Chinault),TAYLOR-PARKER-Bruce-Tignor-Spindle-Pitts-Brooks-Allport(Alport)-Shuman-Haynes-Collins-Thomas-Motley-Allen-Carter-Whitefield-Wighton-Wilson-Livingstone-Marshall-McNutt(McNitt)-Moore-Thomson-Davidson-Hudnall(Hudnull)-Hart-Buckley-Bailey-Heiney-Midcap-Stanley-Pyles(Piles)Huntington-Lemaster(Lamasters)-Blake,Provo-Mingus.I have most the family nailed down as far back as the 1800's between the PARKERS & LOVINGS & SEALS,they pretty much stayed in one area,still i not find where they immagrated originally from.I know the Whitefield originally Immagrated from Scotland on my side of the family the McNutts Immagrated from Ireland.

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