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210) Doris Buhr  Female
Location:
Texas
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Wednesday, 8 March 2017 11:15 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

[revwarapps.org]

Samuel Waites/Waits that married Susannah Tidmore was a Revolutionary War soldier. The above link will take you to information. Descendants of Samuel Waits/Waites are eligible for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) or Sons of the American Revolution (SAR).


J. Craig Canada Wednesday, 8 March 2017 14:01
What does this have to do with anyone in my data? Nothing that I can see.

But thanks anyway.
209) Greg Wall  Male
Location:
Charlottesville, Va
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Tuesday, 21 February 2017 15:01 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

(209) I love this page. Thank you for your great work! I am writing a book about Ellie Wood Keith, maiden name Page. Anyone having information, I would love to see it.

Thank you,
Greg
208) Ingrid Allen  Female
Location:
Idaho
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Saturday, 4 February 2017 13:45 Write a comment Permalink

Thank you for your work. It's definitely fun to read through and gives a good jumping off place to further document or verify from. I have used your materials and sources in the past. I descend through the Garretts and Owsleys. It is through the Owsley/Poyntz lines, I believe,I apparently trace back to Charlemagne.That was a shocking eyeopener when I discovered that a couple of years back! :)
207) Pamela Roberson Wells  Female
Location:
Blowing Rock, NC
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Thursday, 15 December 2016 19:46 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Just discovered I’m related to William HOGUE 1660-1749 child of Sir James and Marjorie HOGUE. He married Barbara Lambert HUME in 1695. William died in Frederick County, Virginia. William and Barbara are my 8X GG.


J. Craig Canada Saturday, 17 December 2016 08:00
Do you have a source for the "Lambert" part? I mean besides some wiki entry that cites a FamilySearch "contribution" for a source?

Marjorie Lambert was Barbara's husband's mother, wife of Sir James Hoge. So why on earth would she be called Lambert-Hume?

Barbara's mother, wife of Hume, was Marjorie Johnstone. If anything, Barbara would be Johnstone-Hume.

Or Hoge-Hume.
206) Fred E. Moyer  Male
Location:
Kansas City
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Tuesday, 29 November 2016 19:17 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

My opinion is that you get a "C" for presentation and a low "D" for technical. Sorry, but the internet is just getting up to speed [in 2016] where one can accomplish much that was not possible a mere five years ago.

I see a lot of 'hooey' [such as the references to the Australopithecine called Adam and Kin Priam of Troy.

Keep at it though, in another 10-20 years you might 'get' there.

Fred
205) nancy freeman 
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Tuesday, 11 October 2016 10:57 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Robert Allen Brannon and Sybil Elain Knight were my grandparents. Do you have any siblings for Robert?
204) Melda Fulmer Motz 
Location:
Alabama
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Wednesday, 28 September 2016 17:47 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Your body of work is quite impressive. I am a descendent of Michael Fulmer and Sally Fulmer of Coosa County/Fayette County Alabama.
203) Paul D Garrett  Male
Location:
Twin Falls, ID
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Saturday, 10 September 2016 17:31 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

I am in awe of the "extras" that you have built into your site. The content and the presentation are both superior.

I am a distant cousin, descending from John Ware GARRETT, III (1675-1728). I am in constant search of extended family data and am so glad I happened upon your site.

Heartiest congratulations!
202) Jim Dempsey 
Location:
Cincinnati OH
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Sunday, 7 August 2016 13:22 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Very imparessive. I really appreciate the Gregg research. I am a cousin, descendant of William Hanby and Mary Pedrick, parents of Mary Hanby who married George Gregg.
They were from Salem Co. NJ, moved to West Nottingham PA. Attended New Garden and Nottingham mm where they would have meet the Greggs.
201) Melissa Smith  Female
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Thursday, 14 July 2016 11:30 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

My great-grandmother is Myrtle Gertrude Privett, married to John Guy Hurst, Sr. If you would like to continue your line for this, please email me.
200) Bill Theriault  Male
Location:
Hagerstown, MD
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Friday, 3 June 2016 04:34 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Very impressive!!! I'm researching the guy who edited the San Francisco Examiner -- Benjamin Franklin Washington. I can't seem to locate a library that has microfilm or digital copies of the paper for the 1860's. Do you know where I can find it?
Thanks,
Bill


J. Craig Canada Tuesday, 7 June 2016 16:48
Chronicling America: [chroniclingamerica.loc.gov]
199) Annette Jones Graham  Female
Location:
San Antonio, TX
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Monday, 30 May 2016 06:44 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Just wanted to say how much I love your site and the information you've shared. I've worked on several other lines for many years, but I'm only starting to tackled the Farrar/Barnett ones. Thank you for your dedication to accuracy!
198) Janel Fidalgo 
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Thursday, 26 May 2016 03:00 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Was doing ancestry.com and Samuel Rust is in my family tree
197) Jeff Carter 
Location:
Georgia
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Wednesday, 4 May 2016 18:52 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Thomas Carter of “Barford” who married Catherine Dale died in 1700, so it is unlikely that he was the youngest son of Ancell Carter, born in 1591. Dollye McALister Elliot, associate editor of the Colonial Genealogist, researched the records in London and found Ancell Carter’s will. It listed his sons but none named Thomas. Sha also found Ancell’s son George’s will in which he lists all of his brothers with no mention of a Thomas. She then examined the original 1634 Visitation in London manuscript at the British Museum (which was the purported source of the list of family members that included Thomas) and found that, in fact, it did not list Thomas as a son of Anscell Carter.


Jeff Carter Send E-mail Monday, 13 June 2016 22:12
Fantastic site! The Thomas Carter (1610-1658) who tried to purchase 800 acres "Eastermost branch of Corotoman River" was Colonel John Carter’s brother who arrived with him on the ship “Safety” in 1635. Thomas never actually paid for the land, instead taking a mortgage from his brother. The entire transaction was voided by the Jamestown Court on 10 December 1656 when the court ruled that the rightful heir to the land was John Jackson, nephew of Captain Brocas, whose widow John Carter had married.

Jeff Carter Send E-mail Monday, 13 June 2016 22:27
The Thomas Carter who tried to buy 560 acres from George Marsh was also Col. John Carter’s brother and the probable father of Thomas Carter of “Barford” who married Katherine Dale. Thomas Carter did not pay George Marsh for the land because he died before the payment date. At probate, the land was clearly documented as the land Thomas Carter (Deceased) had bought from George Marsh but “Had refused to pay” (because he was dead). The court reverted the land back to George Marsh who then sold it to Col. John Carter (see Lancaster Deed Book # 2, p. 209).

Jeff Carter Send E-mail Monday, 13 June 2016 22:49
The Thomas Carter who patented 220 acres in 1661 was Capt. Thomas Carter, the son of William Carter of Surry. This 220 acres was the Vintner’s Company’s land, part of Epaphroditus Lawson’s holdings that John Carter and Bartholomew Hoskins put together back in the 1640s (Nugent, Vol. 1, pp. 135, 151, 387); and this was a re-patent set up by John Carter. After Capt. Thomas Carter of Surry temporarily moved to Lancaster to serve as Judge, John Carter had the land declared deserted and re-patented it again in 1665 to Edward Carter (Nugent, Vol. 1, p. 480). None of these lands could have been the original Barford plantation.
196) Cara Elizabeth Marshall Aylor  Female
Location:
Northern Virginia, USA
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Maria Minor DeJarnette Marshall was my great grandmother (father's side). Am looking for any images/photos of Maria Minor DeJarnette Marshall. Interesting website!
195) Nancy Marotto  Female
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Tuesday, 1 March 2016 13:50 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Thank you for your hard work!! I am doing a friends family tree and history. I've never hit more brick walls nor found so many errors in other trees!
194) Sheryl Moore  Female
Location:
Georgia, USA
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Wednesday, 17 February 2016 20:37 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

What a fantastic genealogy study and website. It is obvious you have done a lot of outstanding research and work on this and is very well done.

Good research and will see if our lines intersect anywhere.

I am back to the early 1500s coming from the Earls of Dalhousie in Scotland, the Earls of Drogheda in Ireland and may be into some of the English royalty. Still proving relationships.

Keep up the great work !
193) Jewel Griffin Decker  Female
Location:
Talladega County, Lincoln, AL
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Thursday, 11 February 2016 11:07 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

I was working on my family line for grandbaby (and let face it, my own curiosity)and I stumbled on to your site. I was pleasantly surprised to find my great great grandfather on there. (John Jefferson Gaither) I have new descendant information. But I am new at this and I am stuck. Any help would be appreciated.
192) Charlene Sparks  Female
Location:
Upland, CA
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I descend from Abner Farrar, b 1768, d 1841 & Elizabeth Howard > Elizaberth Hoard Farrar 1792 & Sanford Gorham b 1784 Franklin, GA d 26 Feb 1859, Calhoun, GA> Jane Williamson Gorham b 2 Aug 1815 d18 May 1864 prob AL & James Warren McDow b 15 Nov 1814 d 9 Aug 1861 place unknown > Elizabeth Howard McDow 9 Jan 1845 GA died 22 Feb 1891 Van Zandt Cc, TX & Rev Henry L Smith (Methodist) b @ 1833 GA & d 1876 LA (after his death she married Dr William Alexander Allen) > Rev Samuel Angel Smith (Church of God) b 15 Jan 1867 LA died 28 Apr 1918 Point, Raines Co, TX & Ida Belle Carroll b @1867 AL died 1899 TX > Winnie Lee aka Lela Smith b 22 Jul 1895 Van Zandt Co, TX d 26 Mar 1953 Amarillo, Potter Co, TX & James "Oscar" Aylor b 3 May 1893 AL d jul 1963 Amarillo, TX > Cynthia "Lorene" Aylor June 28, 1916 Emory, Conroe Co, TX d April 25, 1983 Bellflower, Los Angeles Co, CA & Guy "Leslie" Fowler b 21 Aug 1914 Delaware, Logan Co, AR d 18 Feb 1994, Bellflower, L A Co, CA > me

I wondered if the Farrar's were also Methodist Presbyterian as I noticed a few Ministers?

Thank you for such a well researched site & I thought you may want to add the husband & descendants of Elizabeth Howard Farrer

Thanks again
Charlene ccs1101@aol.com
191) Deborah Rumsley  Female
Location:
Bridgeville DE
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(191) This is my Grandmother Lillian Mae Griffith Rice B 9 Sept 1898 D 24 June 1977, she is a direct descendant of William Griffith and his wife Sarah McCubbin, so I guess we are related. The story was told in our family that William Griffith was hijacked while in London and brought to MD to work as a planter. My research has led me to he was from London, born in Wales, came to MD on a ship with 2 men who were paid to bring people to MD. After a number of years William was given land. Please see the website I have copied for you here: [www.bedinger.org] Anyway HI COUSINS!
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