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Name: Melissa Evans <email@example.com> Date: 2016-11-29 How I found this page ancestry messages with Kay a while back Comments:
I have spoken with you in messages via ancestry.com some time back. I just wanted to let you know that your work is very appreciated and I have cleared up so many questions from your work. My maternal grandfathers surname is Hayden, formerly Haden. I believe his aunt is the member that changed the spelling, but I don't know how to prove this. I have searched the courthouse and came up with nothing. Thanks again, for all of your hard work!
Name: Jaynie Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2016-08-08 How I found this page Through Ancestry DNA Match Comments:
When We did the DNA Match and found you to be a cousin, I was/am very excited! For one thing you- unlike a lot of people-research information to the best of your ability before just throwing it on your tree. Boy, that can get really confusing especially to someone like myself who isn't well trained in any field other than Law Enforcement, in which I retired a few years ago. Now, back then and even somewhat now, I could tell you about the laws and even help with Pro-se Court cases-(do it yourself) LOL! But, That was then and this is now and I find myself going in circles sometimes trying to figure it all out! So, from the bottom of my heart- my sincere thanks to you and those who have helped you along the journey to find and trace our ancestry. May God Bless you all-Always!
With Kindest Regards,
Jaynie Marie Roy- Daughter of Margaret Ann Hacker-Roy and John Robert Roy Sr.
Name: Jeannie Berger <email@example.com> Date: 2016-01-12 How I found this page "Surfing" and "Googling" Comments:
In researching my father's roots, I have wandered my way back through several generations and arrived at the Poindexters and Crawfords (via the Internet, ancestry.com, etc.). I, too, found much of the conflicting information about the Crawfords. Thanks for your clarifications! I am a seeker of facts and primary sources, and your research is very helpful as I continue to sort through all this information.
My trail back to the Crawfords:
Stover (my maiden name)-Goins-Shrewsbury-Poindexter(Thomas & Sarah Crawford)
Name: Mary Leoma Sawyer Findlay <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2016-01-03 How I found this page Searching for Ratcliff names on internet Comments:
Very much liked the format. Appreciated the sources and family notes.
Name: Herta smith <Hklaman@aol.com> Date: 2015-11-21 How I found this page Search engine Comments:
I am a novice at researching my ancestors and have lineage to several John Smiths of Rhode Island. I have run into roadblocks trying to differentiate between the numerous Smiths who settled in the Rhode Island colony, specifically John Smith the Miller and the Mason. Your blog is a wonderful resource which helped me tremendously! Thank you.
Name: Gwen Lockwood <email@example.com> Date: 2015-10-27 How I found this page genealogy forum Comments:
I may have written to you before but not sure. I believe I am a descendant of Edward Fuller of the Mayflower. My 4th great grandparents were David Green and Elizabeth (Betsey) Comstock. Sarah's parents were Samuel and Sarah Crippen Comstock. The Mayflower Society has proven Samuel ad Sarah Crippen Comstock. I am trying to connect Elizabeth Comstock Green to Samuel and Sarah. Sarah Crippen is directly descended from Edward Fuller.
I don't know if this is your line but any help you can provide as far as proof for Elizabeth and Sarah being daughter and mother is appreciated.
Name: Timothy W. Cser Srs <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2015-10-26 How I found this page Google search Comments:
Good day to you, I am Tim Cser. I am the 4x great grandson of Nelson E. Higginbotham Jr.& Lucretia Beard. I found your page to be very insightful and assisting in my research.
Here is my page, feel free to take a look.
Name: Amy McAndrews <email@example.com> Date: 2015-10-04 How I found this page Searching for Higginbothams Comments:
John Higginbotham and Rachel Banks are my 5th Great Grandparents. Ann Stanton Higginbotham, their daughter is my 4th Great Grandmother.
Name: Creed William Huff <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2015-09-27 How I found this page google search for Andrew Caldwell Comments:
Thank you for the Morton information!
We are this side of William I. Morton and Mary Love Bowden.
We are working on relatives from Logan County Kentucky from The Story of Logan County by Edward Coffman 1962 copy signed for Virginia Morton McClean
Name: Sandy Reed McAllister <email@example.com> Date: 2015-07-12 How I found this page searching Haden (Hayden) Comments:
My Great grandmother was Mary (Mollie)Haden in Madison County, Alabama. She married William Cooper and had my grandmother Eva Beatrice Cooper Reed. My Dad Robert Hayden Reed is buried in the same plot beside Mary Haden Cooper and William J Cooper in Gurley Cemetery.
I had most of the names already, but loved having the information that you included and shared with my other family members, Thank you so much for sharing this!!
Sandy Reed McAllister
Name: Linda (Morton; Benedict) Krause <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2015-07-10 How I found this page googled Wm Haden Morton Comments:
Will get back to you with particulars. Linda
Name: Frank H. Roberts, III <email@example.com> Date: 2015-02-06 Comments:
Very nicely done.
Name: Gary Breeden <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2015-02-04 How I found this page rootsweb Comments:
I am a descendant of this line through the Sebourn and Gabbard line. Nancy Sebourn Murdick was my great-great grandmother. I wish there was more information on her but actually have very little.
Name: Gary Breeden <email@example.com> Date: 2015-02-04 How I found this page rootsweb Comments:
I am a descendant of this line through the Sebourn and Gabbard line. Nancy Sebourn Murdick was my great-great grandmother. I wish there was more information on her but actually have very little.
Name: Carol Cory <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2015-01-15 How I found this page Comments:
Thank you for answering a LOT of the questions I kept coming up with. How could there be two graves, two dates, tight fit for the Bollings, etc. May I copy a page and put it in my tree on Ancestry.com? I will not copy, post, or send anywhere unless I have your permission to do so. Would like others to see on Ancestry so they can stop putting in things that are not true or proven. I have started over twice due to questionable information and at this time I cannot finish with my two main families. Thank you so much for your research. Carol
Name: Gwen Lockwood <email@example.com> Date: 2014-11-30 How I found this page GenForum Comments:
I would like to write to you but I am unable to use the email provided. Please send me a message so I can have your address. I believe I am a descendant of Samuel Comstock (b.1749) & Sarah Crippen (b.1748).
Name: Stephen Pike <Spike2271@gmail.com> Date: 2014-08-18 Comments:
Trying to find more about my ancestor Emma Pike and her two children, Samuel and Africa Pike.
Name: Priscilla Doster <PDoster48@aol.com> Date: 2014-08-13 How I found this page google for John Vaughan + Sarah Poindexter Comments:
Your information is of great interest to me as I work on my Vaughn/Vaughan line. Thank you so much for including a source list! I hope to be in touch with you after I explore your information a little more. Thank you for being so thorough in your research.
Name: burt borders <burtand firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2014-07-22 How I found this page researching poindexters Comments:
looks like you,ve done a good job..don't understand my maternal great,G/mother-Amanda poin.(cartwright)children & G/children have to be private ???...I have met aunt Mary Ja ne as a child in her boarding house in Ada,Okla & mama was buddies w/her uncle Burt Poind... Mary Jane Murphy was eldest sibling of ben speer Poindexter & Amanda...uncle Burt- one of youngest & G/pa-Thomas Jefferson-mid/ways...mama was T.J.& Prince''eldest child-Rosia...I bought 2 of the Poindexter books when they 1st came out...there are corrections due w/ mama's siblings-the auther got their info from aunt arletta & the birth timing/configuring is off..I love this genealogy but can barely type & nearly cyber illiterate..hope we can converse & much obliged..respectfully,Burt...
Name: Frank Comstock <email@example.com> Date: 2014-07-14 Comments:
We've corresponded before, but I haven't seen this page before. I was doing a google search on anything to do with Comstock and ran across your Leaves of the Tree: Comstock Family Origins - Part two website and there was a link there for this page. Part two intrigued me to wonder where part one is.
Hope all is well. Have been involved with eldercare for four years, but that is over now and just trying to settle the estate. I've had no time to do anything with genealogy for years.
Regards, Frank Comstock
Name: Lester (Gene) Malone <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2014-04-15 How I found this page looking forward contacts Comments:
Trying to locate information about John Riley or John George Riley Malone that was married to Emerline Carter around 1850's. Had a brother named Gilbert and Gabriel.
If you have any information on this, please contact me on the above e-mail address. Thank you.
Name: Dick Henthorn <email@example.com> Date: 2014-03-01 URL of my Website henthornfamily.wikispaces.com How I found this page Via RootsMagic Comments:
Just to let you know that I'm taking more time to study the website you created with RootsMagic. It's impressive.
I'm a longtime fan of this program going back to the days of Family Origin. I'm still learning about the program and converting PAF files to RootsMagic. I have two more big conversions to work on.
Name: Amanda Jayne <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2014-02-13 How I found this page browsing the internet Comments:
Hi Kay, I find your website very interesting and was wondering if your Comstock family research includes that of the famous "Comstock Lode" that happened in the Western part of the country in the 19th century. My nana has told me that we're descendants of Henry Tompkins Paige Comstock and I'm wondering if I just stumbled onto a family member I didn't know that I had. Give me a message when you find the time I'd like to chat and find out if we are related. :)
Name: Chris Hill <email@example.com> Date: 2014-01-14 How I found this page by email Comments:
this is amazing
Name: Vee <Dooling> Date: 2013-12-25 How I found this page Comments:
Would love to make contact with. My 3rd great grandmother Catherine "Kitty: Turner's maiden name is Higginbotham, unfortunately I have yet to find any information on her. Thank you for posting your tree.
Name: Sandra Sheehan Munyon <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2013-11-20 Comments:
Cristy Sheehan my sister in law directed me to your website re: ADAMSON - KERN. Very interesting!!
Name: Laurence Houlgate <email@example.com> Date: 2013-09-03 URL of my Website none How I found this page Haden research Comments:
Thanks for the excellent work on Anthony Haden. I now have to go back and omit everything I have written on Ancestry.com and RootsWeb.
Name: Billie Beth Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2013-05-28 How I found this page By Accident Comments:
Was trying to find more information on Boley Conner WALTERS, Jr.- like who was his Mother and was his Father really a twin? If so, what is his name, etc?
Boley, Sr.'s Father, Moses Walters is my DRT ancestor! I come down through Robert S. Walters.
You have put together a beautiful book. Since it is after
midnight, really need to get to bed; but, hope maybe one day
will have time to print it all off - with your permission, of course.
Sincerely and God Bless.
Billie Beth Moore (I go by Billie Beth, please.)
Name: Terri Comstock McFarland <email@example.com> Date: 2013-03-28 How I found this page sent to me by a cousin Comments:
I am trying to find the linage of Elisabeth Stamps who married Irvin Comstock. She was born approx. 1836 in Tenn. while her family was on the Trail of Tears. She died in 1882 in Jerico Springs, Mo. If you have found any connection please feel free to email me. Thanks for all your work.
Name: Margaret Diane Smith Bowers <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2013-03-26 How I found this page Kay sent it to me Comments:
Something to consider doing myself!
Name: Pamela Arnold <email@example.com> Date: 2013-02-10 URL of my Website http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Arnold-2565 How I found this page Comments:
I am also trying to trace the Clopton family lineage. I believe we are related to the same Cloptons, as you have many of the same links as I do to the Clopton family websites. Please contact me.
Name: Vergie Littau <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2013-01-21 Comments:
You have a great website. My brother and are building a website on some of the names from your family, who is also my family. I was looking for OVERMAN, what a surprise when I found one of my dad's lines, CAPPS, in your history linking together. Thanks for the hard work you obviously put in with these names. Vergie
Name: Kay Haden <email@example.com> Date: 2013-01-04 Comments:
Checking to see if the Guestbook is working.
Name: Terri Tyree <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2012-06-25 How I found this page via a broad Google search - Comments:
for any connection between Ratcliffe and Craven. Your information may provide a missing piece indeed. At this point, I've resorted to constructing my tree from the trunk outward in an attempt to capture a bit of long-shared oral history. Also, I really admire the layout and organization of your work. To be sure, I am holding onto some of the information found on a Ratcliffe page where Craven County is discussed just as a frame of reference for my continued search. Thank you so much for sharing.
Name: Brenda Avery Blaise <email@example.com> Date: 2012-04-13 How I found this page Avery family search Comments:
This is a great site. I love the extra info you supplied.
Name: William Comstock <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2012-03-01 How I found this page curiosity Comments:
Had a great uncle who traced our family to the William Comstock that arrived directly from England in the late 16th century. My grandfather arrived in Canada from North Dakota in the early 20th century.
Name: Dawn Street <email@example.com> Date: 2012-02-11 How I found this page googling "Oglesby" Comments:
Elizabeth Ann Crowder White Hays is my great great grandmother. Her first husband died in War of Northern Aggression and she married a Methodist minister, George Hays. Since they were all from Tippah County, MS, I thought we might have a connection. She and Gpa Hays had a daughter, Georgia Belle Hays. I have been to Tippah in an attempt to do research. Fairly dry hole there. I did leave copies of my research there in hopes of helping someone else.
Name: D. Spencer Hines <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-12-28 How I found this page Kay Haden told me about it. Comments:
This is a SUPERB WEBSITE. Very genealogically professional and thorough. It's a joy to see one like this, given all the non-professional and shoddy ones out there.
D. Spencer Hines
Name: Natalie Garlock <email@example.com> Date: 2011-12-16 How I found this page rootswebs/James Alexander Comments:
looking up Alexanders for my friend
Name: Natalie Garlock <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-12-02 URL of my Website n/a How I found this page thru James Alexander family tree Comments:
Just looking thru the Alexander tree for any of my Scots kin!
Name: Dale Comstock <email@example.com> Date: 2011-11-20 URL of my Website http://www.fairpoint.net/~comstd/ How I found this page Your Email Comments:
I have gone through the 10 generations of Comstocks leading to myself, and find a few minor errors and will try to send you some information to add/correct some items in the next few weeks when I can find some time to do so. Your efforts are very helpful to me and I appreciate it.
Best wishes, Dale
Name: James Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-11-06 How I found this page searching for Pippins Comments:
Very well constructed site--easy to work around on.
It looks like our Pippin lines come together at your Henry Pippin and my GGG Grandfather Kinchen Pippin, sons of Joseph Howell Pippin.
Name: Christie Montgomery <email@example.com> Date: 2011-10-19 How I found this page Comments:
I was searching for information on my great grandfather Thomas Murphy Brown. He was said to have left his wife Sarah, and not much information was passed down. The Thomas Brown in your tree, is my great grandfather. Thank You so much! This has helped me tremendously. It is quite the coincendence too, that William Brown lived and died just miles from where I now live. My husband and I own land in Kentuckytown Texas, where he and his second wife Elizabeth lived. I plan to visit the Washburn Cemetery in Bells Tx, to find their graves.
Name: Kay Haden <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-09-30 Comments:
I want to post a response myself because the Haden family is not associated with the Rudder or Rutter families as suggested in the previous post.
I strongly believe that Margaret Douglas was likely the daughter of a William Douglass who appears on the Quit Rent Rolls in 1704 from King William Co as, does a John Hayden. Both had been previously located in King & Queen before King William formed. The family you speak of arriving in 1720 in Pennsylvania would seem to be in the wrong place, as well as quite possibly the wrong time - and there is no early connection to a Rudder/Rutter family. Anthony Haden & his wife Margaret, and the next two-three generations were very devoted to the English naming patterns when naming their children - there is NO Archibald or Conrad Haden. The name William Douglas Haden is used over and over for generations. There is no obvious connection between the Haden and Rudder or Rutter families on this side of the pond in colonial times, it's a single marriage much later in the 20th century between Edith Attkisson and a William H. Rudder ...and her book is faulty in various ways. The old "Heydon Hall" that she has adopted as a family home for the Hadens was simply wishful thinking ...it's not the home of Anthony Haden's ancestors. Y-DNA has proved a different lineage. Also the Rudder family of her husband is not discussed at all in her book - it is about her father's families, Douglas, Haden, Churchill, Blakey, George, Perkins, Oglesby, & Attkisson, but not Rudder/Rutter.
Name: Bryan Douglass <email@example.com> Date: 2011-09-26 How I found this page surfing Comments:
Hi Kay, May I suggest the Rudder family connected with your Margaret Douglas could be the Conrad Rutter family of Chester, Lancaster, and York Counties Pennsylvania. This Rutter family is associated with Lord Archibald Douglass and his sons, and a daughter Margaret Douglass who immigrated to the American Colonies in the early 1720's.
Name: Joanne nee Pickell Paterson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-08-02 URL of my Website http://trees.ancestry.ca/tree/4944194/family How I found this page blog link Comments:
How interesting and what a lot of great work you have done! I have recently begun to piece together my father's family (Pickell Pickel Pickle) in Canada, but have not yet been able to find how we got here. Some day, when I have more time. . .
Name: Gideon Hill <Ghill221b@yahoo.com> Date: 2011-07-12 How I found this page Comments:
Very impressive research and excellent presentation. Thank you for sharing it!
Name: Sherry McPherson Paskas <email@example.com> Date: 2011-07-03 How I found this page Comments:
Jacob Overman is my 7th Great Grandfather. I have just began seeking information on him. I am enjoying reading what you have on his tree. Thank you for the research you have done.
Name: Ann Bache Morgan <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-03-01 How I found this page Germanna home site Comments:
enjoyed your page, tips, and info
Ann Bache Morgan
Name: Nancy Dunham Helmer <NMHnurse@aol.com> Date: 2010-11-30 How I found this page luck Comments:
outstanding....so helpful....looking for my Indian Roll number, my gg grandfather was William Asbill cannot get anyone who had or has a roll number...
Name: Mary Stephens <email@example.com> Date: 2010-11-19 How I found this page Googlw search for Jones family Comments:
Kay, I must say that you have a great web site, I can't imagine all the hours you have invested in this project. Thanks for sharing. Mary Stephens
Name: J Rieckers <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-11-06 How I found this page Goggle Comments:
Hannah Cawthon, daughter of William Cawthon and Rhoda Walters is my gg grandmother.
Thank you for all this information you have posted.
Name: Keith James Walters <email@example.com> Date: 2010-10-12 How I found this page comments on "Ancestry.com" Comments:
Still looking through the mass Walters clan. Trying to link them up by reading outstanding blogs and research as yours. Thanks for making it a little better.
Name: Teddy Finch <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-08-24 URL of my Website I don't have one How I found this page Comments:
I have been so excited as I have extended my family back generations. My Grandmother was Effie Clara Brown dau of
James Burton Brown, son of John Reed Brown, son of Murphy Brown. So as you can see several of your lines are mine also. Thanks for all of your hard work.
Name: David A. Coburn <email@example.com> Date: 2010-06-24 How I found this page Google search Comments:
My wife's great grandmother was Lucetta Comstock, daughter of Samuel. In doing the research on her family I found your information. It is well done and nicely researched. I have done a lot of genealogical research and am always impressed when someone does a good job.
Thank you for your work.
David A. Coburn
139 Daggett Road
East Montpelier, VT 05651
Name: glenda pippin -cobb-quayle <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-06-18 How I found this page looking up andy pippin my grandpa Comments:
andy pippin was my grandpa married to sophia porter pippin.my dad was glen pippin married to avonelle bittner pippin.interesting reading back 4 generations.interesting how dates line up.my son wesley andrew cobb was born 3-20-1979.my second son brandon ray cobb was born 10-18-1984.
Name: Vera Jo Stutznegger Hoge <email@example.com> Date: 2010-05-05 Comments:
Found thru google. My line links with Issac
Samuel Snyder thru my mother's side of the family, Delpha May Johnstun and Peter Clarence Nielsen. Please feel free to contact me. I am a "rookie" consultant at the FaMILY History Center in Modesto, CA.
We are probably cousins.
Name: Sue McCaffrey <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-04-02 How I found this page Comments:
I am just learning how to do this and i have several Pruitt, Pruett etc that have different dates on them and trying to figure out which dates are right. Thank you for your beautiful site.
Name: louie griffith <email@example.com> Date: 2010-02-21 How I found this page by accident looking on rootsweb for ancestopre of james w wood and pheobe hardin. j Comments:
valentine wood and henreitta clinton wood were my great great grandparents on my mothers side
Name: Tom Bryant <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-02-05 How I found this page Ancestry.com. Comments:
Congratulation on a job well done.
You've done a tremendous amount of work on the Flinn/Flynn Family.
Name: Ruth Flynn shore <email@example.com> Date: 2009-11-15 How I found this page accidently Comments:
Great page, thank you for all your hard work. I am working on lots of Surry Co nc people. Just my families and my husbands families. Have a great day.
Name: MJ Grabulis <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-08-21 How I found this page looking around Comments:
Kay- do you have any conection between Barbara Fox Cockrill Collinsworth Kells?? Trying to link her with Henry and Anne West Fox. But the dates dont match. Wondering if she is a grand daughter. Cant understanfd why we cant connect her. Boy she was married 3 times. would think somewhere is the name of her parents. Thanks
Name: Reba Page <PAGERANN@HOTMAIL.COM> Date: 2009-07-29 How I found this page article on James Johnson Comments:
I found a reference to your research in an article by Bonnie Flythe re the James Johnson family.
Name: Victor B. Johnson, Jr. <email@example.com> Date: 2009-05-25 Comments:
Abraham Frye Sr (1722-1807) was my 4th great-grandfather.
I am trying to establish proof for membership in SAR and your site has been a big help. I especially enjoy the notes and comments.
Panama City, FL
Name: Kim Fairchild <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-05-02 How I found this page Google search for descendants of Laughlin Flynn and Elizabeth Wright Comments:
Kay...Super job!!! Found this site quite by accident and have been amazed at all of the Flynn information!! I am a descendant of George Flynn/Frances Johnson through their son, Josiah Flynn/Flinn and Mary Ann Miller who left Greene Co., Indiana, to Iowa and then settled in Mitchell County, Kansas in 1874.
Never thought that I would be able to connect George Flynn to Lauglin Flynn and Elizabeth Wright!!!
Name: Jo Ann Blunt <email@example.com> Date: 2009-03-31 How I found this page e-mail from Kay Haden Comments:
You have a great site, looking forward to seeing your updates.
Name: M. Zabette Elam <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-03-23 How I found this page searching for G.W. Fry Comments:
Love your work...really do. Learned that Henry Harrison Fry and his brother G. W. Fry were not listed in Fannin Co., TX as Confederate soldiers..even though they are on the roster of 34th Texas Cavalry CSA. So began the process of learning more about my Ggrandfather George Washington Lafayette Fry..my mother's grandfather. You have done great work!! thanks..Zabette
Name: Kathy (Palk) Bain <email@example.com> Date: 2009-03-01 URL of my Website http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~katy/index.html How I found this page Pippin search Comments:
My g-grandmother was a Pippin from the Jackson/Putnam Co. area. I have just started working on my family's history, and I browse through everything that looks like I might have a good "hit." I noticed the surname Pippin in you site. I have had an amazing time reading the wealth of info that is "out there" on the web, and much of what I have found DOES pertain to my family. Thanks from the "Newbie." Kathy
Name: Carolyn Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-02-21 How I found this page searching McBee surname Comments:
This is a most helpful and interesting site. Thank you for making it available to us. My gg grandparents are William Tackett and Catherine McBee.
Name: Sharon Comstock <email@example.com> Date: 2009-02-05 How I found this page just clicking Comments:
I'm the granddaughter of Donald F. Comstock (d. 1958, NE), daughter of Martin "Ed" (d. 2000, PA) and just killing time on the computer & landed here. Not much contact w/my late father's family over the years but I remember traveling to NE from PA for my grandfather's funeral at age 7. So, hi to all you distant relatives I don't know!
Name: Dreema Lotze <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-01-26 How I found this page genealogical research Comments:
I am related on the Philo Avery/Pickel lines. I would love to be in contact with you to do further research and compare notes and stories.
Name: Anne Pasieka <Anne1001@aol.com> Date: 2009-01-03 How I found this page Looking at Frey/Frye/Fry Comments:
I almost fell off my chair.....I am a Fry belonging to HFFA on my mother' side and I am an Adamson on my father's side.....I believe I may have info for you....are you going to the HFFA reunion in Texas. Were you at the Des Moines reunion?? Thanks, Anne
Name: Robert Hart Keggan <RKeggan@aol.com> Date: 2008-12-25 How I found this page Google search for "Pickel Mountain" Comments:
I have been looking for information on a Sophia Pickel (Pickle)and her family. Sophia married James Kiggin of Philadelphia on 2 Dec 1780. Just this morning, I received a short email that a Pickels Mountain was named after a man of that name--in Hunterdon Co NJ--where my earliest surname family members lived. My other NJ names are (Kiggin/Keggan/kagan/kagen/Kagon), Apgar, Zellers, Ammerman, Neibel, and Saxon. I live in Beavercreek, Ohio.
Name: Carolyn Hardin Nickens <email@example.com> Date: 2008-02-17 How I found this page Friend Comments:
My father was James C. Hardin (descended from Obidiah Hardin, Halifax Co. NC); my grandmother was Martha Mayberry (descendant of Frederick Mayberry, Peaks of Otter, VA) and my great-grandmother was Martha Clopton (descended from Wm. and Ann Booth Clopton). Sounds like "we're all kin." My sister lives in Jax and I recently moved to Howey in the Hills, Fl from Jax. We are both avid family researches.
Name: Linda C Thomas <Lcthomasjake@aol.com> Date: 2008-02-14 How I found this page I'm looking for info onAndrew Ward Comments:
I'm a descendant of Andrew Ward - my mom was a Ward. I have borrowed the book " Descendants of Andrew Ward " it is now my uncles. My Grandfather Edward Ward had it! I'm trying to do the family tree too! " Ancestry .com- & One great family are the site I have been using!Feel free to write me if you would like any info that I have!
Name: Gene Groat <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2008-02-12 How I found this page google Graham Comments:
I am only new to geneaology having been involved only 6 months and find it fasinating, you are very inspiring and help me to know persistance pays off.
Name: Dennis Way <email@example.com> Date: 2008-01-18 Comments:
Just looking again.
Name: Gina D'Ottavio <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2007-12-18 How I found this page Ancestry.com Comments:
Thank you very much. Would you happen to have any information on Anna Thomas born 1912, daughter to Verb and Daisy Thomas? Verb is a son of Price and Isabella Thomas.
Name: sandie haden <email@example.com> Date: 2007-11-19 How I found this page forwarded from relative Comments:
Wonderful Haden site...very informative...learned much!
Name: Mary E. Wilson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2007-10-02 How I found this page Comments:
We corresponded via email several years ago regarding the information listed for Leonidas Wilson, who is my ancestor. We were searching for his father and had some interesting thoughts regarding Lycurgus/Acurtis. It looks like you have done way more research on the Wilson's and I've done none. I enjoyed reading about them. Thank you.
Name: Danny Hartney <email@example.com> Date: 2007-08-19 How I found this page Google Search Comments:
Good job listing your data sources. It's the hard work of people like you that have helped me in my genealogy research. I recently acquired the will of Robert Walters Sr. The will described the location of their GA plantation (along the Tugaloo R. and Shoal Creek). That led me to Shoal Creek Baptist Cemetery, where Robert Sr., his son Peter, Peter's son John C, and John's son Franklin M. (among other Walters, Cawthons and Marets) are buried. If you never make it to that area, you can see an aerial view by entering the cemetery address into Mapquest.
My Walters lineage:
Luther (moved to Floyd Co, GA)
Mary Jo (my Mom)
I also acquired the will of Moses Walters (above). When you view the handwritten name of Walters on the will, the 'cross' through the 't' also crosses the 'L'. With that view, it's easy to see how that could be interpreted as Watters (my Mom's maiden name).
Thanks again for the help!
Name: M Zabette Elam <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2007-08-10 How I found this page Search on Yahoo Comments:
I am descended from Abraham Kellar Fry through his son George Washington Lafayette Fry on down to John Kellar Fry, my mother Rachel Geneva Fry. My husband and I have spent the evening looking at your site. Then working on the McFalls. My husband has an Elam line in NW Missouri that married a McFall. My cousin Joy Kilgore (a niece of my mother) worked very hard on these families...she would of loved to read all your work. Thanks much and happy hunting.
M Zabette (Calhoun) Elam
Name: Mia Fleegel <email@example.com> Date: 2007-07-17 How I found this page Searching for the family of John Kellar and Elizabeth Frye Comments:
Thank you for your well-sourced information on the Fry family. I am a descendant of the couple listed above through their daughter Mary Kellar, wife of Thomas Haydon.
Name: Dori Hooper <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2007-07-16 Comments:
Thank you for the information on Robert Hays SR, and his four children. This is the line of my great grandmother, Indiana Isbel Hays Hooper, and her sister, Narcissi Hays Denman.
Name: Norman L Harmon <email@example.com> Date: 2007-07-15 How I found this page Searching the Web Comments:
I am the Great Grandson of Isaac Blackford Harmon, Jr. Your work has helped me to confirm many of the dates that were loose ends for me.
I am certain after going down many of the same roads you have traveled and sorting out many wrong turns that our ancestor was Jacob Hermann Harman B. 1705 in Germany.
Name: David Tharp <DTharpTX@aol.com> Date: 2007-07-08 URL of my Website Tharpgenealogy.com How I found this page In response to your e-mail Comments:
Your site looks terrific. I hope to spend more time here later today.
Thank you for contacting me.
Name: Al Frye <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2007-06-21 How I found this page Searching the internet Comments:
Trying to trace my roots. My Great Great Grandmother was "Maggie Fry". It gets cold there. She had a son "Walter Atlas Frye" that was born in North carolina in 1871. No Father is listed. I'm trying to go beyond "Maggie". I am African American. However when tracing ancestors, it does not matter the race.
Name: Tom Haden <email@example.com> Date: 2007-05-10 How I found this page Surfing for Haden family Comments:
Very comprehensive. That must have required a lot of time and effort.
Name: Virginia Pitts <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2007-04-29 URL of my Website http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~katy How I found this page Google Search for Stephen Murrell in Goochland County Comments:
Nice pages. I am looking for parents of Elizabeth Jones Murrell Taft b. 1804 in Dinwiddie Co. Va. She may be a sister of Zachariah Haden Murrell, son of Stephen Murrell mentioned on your site. One of her children, Charlotte Taft Thompson, is buried on the Murrell cemetery on Murrell Creek in Franklin County, TN.
Name: delores wiggins gulley <email@example.com> Date: 2007-03-03 Comments:
your website has been very helpful to me. i did not know delitha's maiden name before. hope to share more as we go back into this family history. thank you delores
Name: Dennis Way <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2006-10-16 Comments:
I'm related to Giles--Elizabeth and my gx4gfather sibs
Name: William C.McBee <email@example.com> Date: 2006-10-05 Comments:
I know very little about my family.I do know that my GG.grandfathers name was Jesse McBee and he married Lucinda Poole.They were married in Alabama about 1840.Hopeing to find more Information in the future.
Name: Rosalie Poindexter Wertz <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2006-09-19 How I found this page surfing Comments:
I am a Poindexter descendant in Mo. My great grandfather was Edward Carter Poindexter, a son of Willis. He migrated to Montgomery Co. Mo. in the early 1870's. I enjoyed visiting your website. Can tell you put a lot of work into it.
Name: Nancy Jones <email@example.com> Date: 2006-06-02 How I found this page Ancestry.com Comments:
This homepage is wonderful and your work is an example of good research. And, I believe we are "cousins" through the Garners.
Name: Betty WAddell Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2006-01-05 How I found this page On a Rootsweb page. Comments:
I have enjoyed reading through your information on Walters/Mcbee. I believe I am the ggggranddaughter of Noel Waddell who was married to Selety Walters. But I have not been able to prove it. I believe Noel and Selety were living in Caldwell Co. Ky. in 1850. My gggrandfather Marshall Waddell was living in Crittenden Co. at that time. Those counties abut one another. Any information that I have that might be of interest to you, I would gladly share.
Name: Bonnie Flythe <email@example.com> Date: 2005-12-03 Comments:
I'm writing up an article about the family of Nancy Price's husband! James & Sarah Tenham Johnson.
Hope all is going well with you.
Name: Diana Newton-Grayson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2005-11-21 How I found this page hunting for Haden families Comments:
I am related to the Haden family & found your website to be spectacular! My ancestor is Anthony & Margaret's son, William (son-"Dugless", grandson-"Billy D."). You've given me some great new resources to check & confirmed other info. Additionally, I have more info on this branch of the family. If you would like to include it, just let me know & I'll send it. Thanks again!
Name: Neil <email@example.com> Date: 2005-09-05 Comments:
Thank you for your help in my research of my family. I appreciate your time and energy.
Name: Carolyn Tusing Surine <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2005-06-19 How I found this page Referred by Kay Comments:
Excellent website, great resource, superbly documented. Finding the link to my family is still like finding a needle in a haystack, but I appreciate Kay's most knowledgeable help and guidance. I will be back again and again!
Name: Nadine Carey Nowlin <email@example.com> Date: 2005-03-10 How I found this page Comments:
Hi, I never knew my ancestors until 1993. I am a decendant of Susanah Adamson Wilson 1804. Your site was very interesting and informative. I always get excited when I find a new ancestor or new information. Thanks Nadine
Name: Mark Hayden <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2005-02-21 How I found this page an old visitor Comments:
Hi Kay, looks like you've been busy since the last time I checked in a few years ago. Am just getting back into the Gene swing of things. Mark Hayden < Rodney E. Hayden < Earl R. Hayden < Eugene S. Haden < Robert H. Haden < Samuel H. Haden
Name: Mary Jane Armengol <APowers481@charter.net> Date: 2005-01-13 Comments:
Found my Jones connection. Thanks