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Name: Sandra Thayer
HomePage: sdthayer1@yahoo.com
City: Springfield
State/Province: MO
Country: USA
Sent: 03/12/2012 05:34:17 pm

Re: Rebecca Zuzan and the marrriage to John Bond. According to the website, "Our Bond Family Heritage", Rebecca was married to Col. John Bond, Sr. (his 3rd wife). This web site has pictures of Col., John Bond and Rebecca's son, Dr. T. J. Bond, buried in Westview Cemetery in Atoka, OK. Col. John Bond, Sr.'s tombstone shows the name "Rebecca" at the bottom as his 3rd wife. I would like to know if this information is correct. I do know that John and Rebecca were married in Marengo Co, Al on Feb. 25,1825. Rebecca and John are both my ggg grandparents. So many websites are giving out wrong information. Is this information true?
Name: Eddie Brown
City: Tyler
State/Province: TX.
Country: U.S.
Sent: 03/10/2012 05:01:22 am

Ttying to find out if I'M a Native American.
Name: eddie brown
City: tyler
State/Province: tx
Country: U.S
Sent: 03/10/2012 04:50:39 am

Yes I was told my great grandmother was an indian princess,I'm not for sure but I think it was Crain,She married A C. Proctor.
I'm still trying to find out if what her will name if it was not crane.I was raised up with the Cranes,I stayed with them on occasions.My great grandmother passed away before I met her.
I'm 56yrs old and spent 20 yrs in the military,
I'm just trying to find out if I am a native american.Before it's to late.
Thank you for reading this.
Eddie Mack Brown
(USAF)RET>

Name: Gary Jackson
City: Woodbridge
State/Province: VA
Country: USA
Sent: 02/20/2012 02:41:56 am

This site is definitely one of the most well-designed county society pages I have ever seen. Thanks for the effort you put into providing these resources to the public.

I am interested in getting a copy of the Box family history from your archives but am not able to visit in person. Is it possible to received a scanned copy via email? If a printed copy is the normal means of sending information, I would gladly pay any fee required but I'm not sure of the protocol for requesting documentation. Can you please let me know what the protocol is for receiving information? My email is letsgeaux3atsign.gmail.com. Thanks!

Name: Barbara Calhoun
City: Flint
State/Province: Mi
Country: USA
Sent: 02/16/2012 05:58:36 pm

I am looking for the birth of Benjamin Franklin Wells. He was born in 1838 in Newton County, Ms. I am really looking for his parents as I have come to a dead end. Any help would be appreciated.
My email address is dcalh0un@comcast.net. The 0 in my e-mail is the numeral zero.

Sincerely & thanks
Barb Calhoun

Name: Stephanie Borop
City: Nashville
State/Province: TN
Country: USA
Sent: 02/16/2012 12:39:17 pm

would like to contact anyone doing research on Cleveland family, specifically Tabitha Cleveland, born 1835 in Elbert Co, GA and allegedly married to George Sanford Taylor and then to Alexander McCullough. I would like to verify the marriage to George Sanford Taylor. Based on the ages of their alleged children, Jesse and William, there should be a record of them in the 1860 census as a married couple. I cannot find a record of them in 1860 but can find a record of a George S Taylor whose age and birth location appear to match George Sanford Taylor and whose children's names and ages appear to match but his wife's name is recorded as Susan. Any ideas. please email me at nborop@att.net. Thank-you.
Name: Heather Moorw Kunysz
City: Kingsport
State/Province: TN
Country: USA
Sent: 02/15/2012 06:49:45 pm

Zilpha Mercer Davis is my ancestor through Benjamin Thomas Moore etal. I am doing genealogy.
Name: Ann Burkes
City: Decatur
State/Province: MS
Country: USA
Sent: 02/08/2012 06:14:43 pm

If Carol Redmond views this site, please contact me at ahburkes@gmail.com. I found a cemetery record for Zylphia Davis but no additional information on her father. Carol's comment had no additional contact information so maybe she will see this note.
Ann Burkes

Name: Carol Redmond
Sent: 02/01/2012 10:32:42 pm

I am helping locate information about the Davis family. A death certificate or cemetery record for Zilpha Mercer Davis (1809-1884) buried in New Springhill Cemetery. We are hoping to find information showing her fathers name (Thomas Mercer). She was born in Darlington, SC and lived in Newton, the wife of James Davis.
PMBHWGW

Thanks

Name: Oscar Norman
City: los Angeles
State/Province: CA.U.S.
Sent: 11/17/2011 04:23:06 am

My Great-grand father was Henry Norman

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