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Name: Boler desendant
E-mail: ihaveshampoo@gmail.com
State/Province: Mississippi
Country: U.S.A
Sent: 09/26/2017 02:33:09 pm

I am a desendant of this family- the Boler- I am very happy with this website and am glad to have found the pictures
Name: Katie Collins
E-mail: ktcolns@yahoo.com
City: West Monroe
State/Province: LA
Country: USA
Sent: 09/18/2017 04:06:27 am

Greetings from Louisiana!!! I am trying to help my friend Olene Hollingsworth Parker become a member of the DAR. I am needing help locating a few records. Her line is Addison Hollingsworth to Robert Steen Hollingsworth to Isaac Shewin Hollingsworth to Samuel III Hollingsworth.

If you could help me I would greatly appreciate it and I know Olene would be super excited!!!!

Name: Rene Weaver
E-mail: Cmctrk@yahoo.com
City: Slaughter
State/Province: Louisiana
Country: United States
Sent: 08/26/2017 08:53:21 pm

I'm trying to locate my mom's grandfather William A. Pennington. The only info I have is a doc dated back in 1955 from Newton County where his body was railed from Missouri to Chunky, MS for final burial.
I'm told he was born in 1879.
Thank you for your time and I look forward to your reply.
Sincerely,
Rene Weaver

Name: Larry Hefty
E-mail: foothillscowboy69@gmail.com
City: Pueblo
State/Province: Colorado, 81005
Country: USA
Sent: 06/03/2017 01:10:54 pm

Hello, I was on your site doing some geneology. Do you guys have records there. Im looking at The Vance Migration.
Thanks, look forward to your responce
Larry Hefty
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Name: Geraldine L. Haggy
E-mail: jerriehaggy@sbcglobal.net
City: Oklahoma City
State/Province: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Sent: 05/29/2017 07:11:36 pm

I was looking for my Great Grandmothers daughter, Her name was Barby Annie Rigdon, she went by Annie, She was born 1870,married 1886 and shows she died in 1887. I was inquiring if she was buried in Newton County, Miss.She married Wm. Lee Collins, and her father was James Howard Rigdon and mother was Sarah Josephine Scarbrough/Rigdon, her step-father was
James Robert Rigdon. She had 2 sister Nancy J. 1868 and Fannie 1875. Any help would be appreciated

Name: Steven J. Wright
E-mail: jolietgenealogy@gmail.com
City: Chicago
State/Province: IL
Country: United States
Sent: 05/23/2017 01:26:04 am

Hello,
I am seeking assistance locating information about Benjamin Morris and Priscilla "Silla" Norman. They were long-time residents of Hickory, Mississippi. I am also seeking information on Silla's parents, Robert and Jennie Norman. My question is what records are available for the county, and were the African-American records filed separately from the white records. Any insight, or assistance, would be greatly appreciated. I look forward to your reply.
Best regards,
Steven J. Wright.

Name: Clay Holliday
E-mail: clayhol@att.net
City: Shreveport
State/Province: Louisiana
Country: United States
Sent: 04/29/2017 11:50:50 pm

Your Archives section on Family Histories lists a book on the Emmons family. I am a descendent of Amanda P. Emmons, a daughter of Henry Clay Emmons by his first wife, Vashti Reeves. My questions are what is the complete name of the book, the author's name, and how many pages are in the book? If the book does address my line of the Emmons family, might you know of a way I could obtain a copy of it as my knowledge of the family is limited? Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide!
Name: Christy Moncrief-Floyd
E-mail: chrstee71@yahoo.com
City: Gulfport
State/Province: MS
Sent: 04/27/2017 03:03:29 pm

Seeking information on Lanie/landie/lanzie Evans children. My great grandmother was Adline McClure. but I believe she is listed in a census w/last name Evans. Her father was McClure. online marriage records show her as McClure, marrying my great grandfather Charlie Evans. -believe his father was Horace S Evans &mother lily chapman or johnson
Name: Paul McKay
E-mail: thepaulmckay@gmail.com
City: Littleton
State/Province: Colorado
Country: United States
Sent: 03/10/2017 11:29:41 pm

Hello,
I hope that you can help me solve a family mystery. According to the autobiography of my wife's ancestor, Williamson Glover Moore, son of Joseph Gregory Moore and Elizabeth Tillman Glover, the family acquired the Bermuda Hill plantation and an adjacent 10,000 acres around 1860. Joseph sold Bermuda Hill to his brother William (who died before he could move in), but lived in the Saffold place on Bermuda Hill while they were constructing another home, which he called Sand Hill. I have found the location of Bermuda Hill, but I can not find the location of Sand Hill. Do you have any history on that house? It was described as having two fronts, a Swiss chalet front and a Colonial front with large columns. The Sand Hill place was sold around 1862, much to the dismay of the lady of the house. I would appreciate any information you might be able to find and share.
Thank you,
Paul McKay

Name: Robbie Vance
E-mail: robbievance@yahoo.com
HomePage: www.robbie-vance.com
City: Brandon
State/Province: Mississippi (MS)
Country: United States
Sent: 03/10/2017 12:31:32 am

I'm attempting to research my great-great-grandfather's (Thomas Vance) service in the 46th Regiment, Company I of the Mississippi Infantry. I've found his parole paper issued after at the surrender of Vicksburg, but would like to know if he reported when the regiment was instructed to muster(?) later that year at Decatur Alabama. Are there any records or journals of soldiers in Company I which was raised in Newton County? I've found a journal of a soldier in Company C, but it makes no mention of Company I. robbievanceATSIGNyahoo.com

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