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40501 Three children who live in MO...Lynn Fults, William "Billy" (I18909)
 
40502 Three children, names unknown...Lynn Roberts, Irving (I17409)
 
40503 Three children... Cantrell, Lellon P. (I19292)
 
40504 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Clontz, Henry Everett Jr. (I11129)
 
40505 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Holtzclaw, Clarence (I18333)
 
40506 Three marriages & 19 children...Grace Ward Simmons, William "Bill" (I24788)
 
40507 Three miles south of Viola on Highway 108 in Coffee County, Tennessee... http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ladyejane/Wesley.html
 
Dodson, Carroll "Toby" (I16858)
 
40508 Three miles south of Viola on Highway 108 in Coffee County, Tennessee... http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ladyejane/Wesley.html Boyd, Elizabeth (I20054)
 
40509 Three miles south of Viola on Highway 108 in Coffee County, Tennessee... http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ladyejane/Wesley.html Dodson, Susan Elizabeth "Nannie" (I24725)
 
40510 Three miles south of Viola on Highway 108 in Coffee County, Tennessee... http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ladyejane/Wesley.html Wooten, Rufus Marion (I31532)
 
40511 Three more children died in infancy...

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Byars, Mary M. (I2099)
 
40512 Three of his children all died July 14, 1917 ... what kind of tragedy does this imply? Gleason, Pleasant A. (I44657)
 
40513 Three of six children living in 1910 DeKalb County Census...DAH. Fisher, John Pate (I12699)
 
40514 Three sons & two daughters - names unknown. Brown, Cecil (I18210)
 
40515 Three sons and four daughters;liked to clown around...Thomas G. Webb Gribble, Dallas Calhoun (I5787)
 
40516 Three sons and six daughters with "Buck"...Thomas G. Webb Hankins, Sarah Malissa "Malissa" (I16790)
 
40517 Three sons and three daughters...
Lived in Chattanooga...Lynn 
McGee, James Isham (I2557)
 
40518 Three sons and three daughters...Howard Jones. Merriman, Martha Josephine "Josie" (I4667)
 
40519 three times... Meade, Sir Thomas Knight (I33788)
 
40520 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Charlotte, Princess Princess of Cambridge (I43397)
 
40521 THROUGH MOUNTAIN MISTS
Early Settlers of Union County, Georgia
Their Descendants...Their Stories...Their Achievements
Lifting the Mists of History on Their Way of Life

By: Ethelene Dyer Jones

Fain brothers - early settlers in Union County

The John Samuel Fain and David Mercer Fain families were listed in the first Union County census taken in 1834, when the county was just two years old. This census, conducted under a special act of the Georgia Legislature passed in 1833, was taken in new counties that had been formed from Cherokee lands. The census was completed March 24, 1834, and listed a total of 903 people in the population of Union County at that time.

Who were these Fain brothers, and what led them to settle in the new Union County?

Both John and David Fain were sons of the famed Revolutionary War soldier, Ebenezer Fain (1762-1842). He served five enlistments as a patriot in the war to free America from British rule. The two Fain men who were residents of Union County in 1832 were sons of Ebenezer Fain, patriot.

David Mercer Fain (1782-1852) was the first-born child of patriot Ebenezer Fain and his wife, Mary Mercer Fain. He was born atJonesborough, Washington County, North Carolina (now Tennessee). The Fains migrated to 96 District in South Carolina, then back to Buncombe County, NC (now Transylvaina). There David Mercer Fain married Rebecca Moore. But the Fains were by no means through with their migrations.

About 1819 Patriot Ebenezer Fain, with his grown children, David Mercer and John Samuel Fain, and a grown daughter, Elizabeth Fain Trammell and her family, settled in a portion of Habersham County (now White) north of Cleveland in what became known as Captain Fain's Georgia Militia District 427 (now Nacoochee District). By 1821, more of the Fain children had migrated to Habersham County, including their daughter Margaret FainWitzel Thomas and her family.

Then came the move into the Choestoe District of what would become Union County, Georgia in 1832. John Samuel Fain and his family settled there first. Then John's older brother, David Mercer Fain and his family joined them. They settled near the Indian village of Choestoe (Militia District 834). It is interesting to note that close friends of the Fain brothers, Thompson Collins and his wife Celia Self Collins, migrated with theFains, also settling in Choestoe District. The Ebenezer Witzel listed in the 1834 Union Census was a grandson of Patriot Ebenezer Fain, and a son of Margaret Fain Witzel Thomas.

Bearing names of the people who lived there, Fain Creek and Fain Branch Road in Choestoe were named for David and John Fain. But by 1839, David Fain got the wanderlust again. His younger brother, John Samuel, had already secured land along Hot House Creek in Gilmer County (now Fannin). David followed, and the two Fain men, along with other settlers at Hot House, established the Hot House Methodist Episcopal Church. FirmMethodists, and associates of early pastors, the Rev. Francis Bird and the Rev. Jesse Richardson, the Fains had been instrumental in establishing a church at Duke's Creek in what became White County, and one at Hot House in what would become Fannin County.

What other landmarks remain in Union County of the Fain settlers? In the 1840 Union census was listed Ebenezer Fain, grandson of the Patriot Ebenezer Fain, and the first child of David Mercer Fain and Rebecca Moore Fain. He married his second wife, Elizabeth D. Roberts in Union County(evidently his first wife, Eleanor Dalton, had died in Habersham County). Elizabeth Robert's parents were neighbors of Ebenezer's parents at Choestoe. This Ebenezer Fain was a justice of the peace. But by 1848, Ebenezer Fain (the younger) bought land in Old Gilmer (now Fannin) along Sugar Creek, evidently wanting to be nearer his parents.

Meanwhile, back at Choestoe where the two Fain brothers settled about 1832, these events were taking place on the land they had sold. John W. Duckworth (b. 1821 in Buncombe County, NC) applied to the US Postal Service and was granted permission to open a post office. It was approved and opened July 14, 1884. The post office was set up at the intersection of the present Fain Branch Road and Town Creek School Road. He named it the Duck Post Office, using the first syllable of his last name. On June 14, 1892, Duckworth's son-in-law, John P. Collins, became postmaster. He applied for a name change, and the post office became known as the Fain Post Office to honor the early settler Fain brothers, John and David. The post office was discontinued on March 30, 1907, but that section of Town Creek in Choestoe District is still sometimes referred to as Fain, Georgia.

[Note: I give credit to H. Dean Thomas of Ringgold, GA, a descendant of Patriot Ebenezer Fain, for information relating to the Fain Family, published in his 2004 FTC Genealogy (Fain, Thomas, Curtis), and available at the dedication service for the Patriot Ebenezer Fain memorial marker on October 16, 2004 at Hot House, Fannin County, GA.]

c2007 by Ethelene Dyer Jones;
published April 12, 2007 in The Union Sentinel, Blairsville, GA.
Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

Ethelene Dyer Jones is a retired educator, freelance writer, poet, and historian. She may be reached at e-mail edj0513@alltel.net; phone 478-453-8751; or mail 1708 Cedarwood Road, Milledgeville, GA 31061-2411. 
Fain, David Mercer (I29849)
 
40522 Thrown from a horse and killed...William Hankins,Sr. Bright, William (I17473)
 
40523 Thu 1/12/2017 6:50 AM:

Comments (John Hale b. 0___ 1726 Bedford County, Virginia d. 0___ 1785 Orange County, North Carolina)


Comments (John Hale b. 0___ 1726 Bedford County, Virginia d. 0___ 1785 Orange County, North Carolina) [editor's note; go to: http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I31312&tree=hennessee]:

David, In my research I am coming to believe that Thomas Rowe Hale's father was Benjamin Hale and not John Hale married to Mary Underhill. This belief is based on DNA from several descendants of Thomas Rowe Hale. The Haplogroup is different for John Hale than the descendants of Thomas Rowe Hale and Benjamin Hale is showing up in the same Haplogroup. John Hale Descendants are in a different Haplogroup. I have been in communication with several of the DNA contributors on the Hale Project with FTDNA.Com and there is a growing concensus that Thomas Hale's father was Benjamin Hale who was Son of Thomas Hale out of York Pennsylvania in Warrington Township. Have you done any research on the Hale family out of York PA? There has to be a connection to the Hale's of Baltimore but I have not found it yet. What do you know here and what is your opinion.

Brenda Booze, brenda547825@gmail.com

PS. You and I spoke a while ago. I am from Boynton Beach Fla and you live in West Palm.

Brenda Booze

brenda547825@gmail.com

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Hale, Thomas Rowe (I31310)
 
40524 Thu 1/12/2017 6:50 AM: SPAM LOW: Comments (John Hale b. 0___ 1726 Bedford County, Virginia d. 0___ 1785 Orange County, North Carolina)


Comments (John Hale b. 0___ 1726 Bedford County, Virginia d. 0___ 1785 Orange County, North Carolina) [editor's note; go to: http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I31312&tree=hennessee]:

David, In my research I am coming to believe that Thomas Rowe Hale's father was Benjamin Hale and not John Hale (who) married to Mary Underhill.

This belief is based on DNA from several descendants of Thomas Rowe Hale.

The Haplogroup is different for John Hale than the descendants of Thomas Rowe Hale and Benjamin Hale is showing up in the same Haplogroup.

John Hale Descendants are in a different Haplogroup.

I have been in communication with several of the DNA contributors on the Hale Project with FTDNA.Com and there is a growing concensus that Thomas Hale's father was Benjamin Hale who was Son of Thomas Hale out of York Pennsylvania in Warrington Township.

Have you done any research on the Hale family out of York PA? There has to be a connection to the Hale's of Baltimore but I have not found it yet.

What do you know here and what is your opinion.

Brenda Booze brenda54782!5@gmail.com .

PS. You and I spoke a while ago. I am from Boynton Beach Fla and you live in West Palm.

Brenda Booze

brenda547825@gmail.com

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Hale, Benjamin Sr. (I47226)
 
40525 Thu 1/12/2017 6:50 AM: SPAM LOW: Comments (John Hale b. 0___ 1726 Bedford County, Virginia d. 0___ 1785 Orange County, North Carolina)


Comments (John Hale b. 0___ 1726 Bedford County, Virginia d. 0___ 1785 Orange County, North Carolina) [editor's note; go to: http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I31312&tree=hennessee]:

David, In my research I am coming to believe that Thomas Rowe Hale's father was Benjamin Hale and not John Hale married to Mary Underhill. This belief is based on DNA from several descendants of Thomas Rowe Hale. The Haplogroup is different for John Hale than the descendants of Thomas Rowe Hale and Benjamin Hale is showing up in the same Haplogroup. John Hale Descendants are in a different Haplogroup. I have been in communication with several of the DNA contributors on the Hale Project with FTDNA.Com and there is a growing concensus that Thomas Hale's father was Benjamin Hale who was Son of Thomas Hale out of York Pennsylvania in Warrington Township. Have you done any research on the Hale family out of York PA? There has to be a connection to the Hale's of Baltimore but I have not found it yet. What do you know here and what is your opinion. Brenda Booze brenda54782!

PS. You and I spoke a while ago. I am from Boynton Beach Fla and you live in West Palm.

Brenda Booze
brenda547825@gmail.com 
Hale, John (I31312)
 
40526 Thu 5/12/2016 9:02 AM

Mimi's demise begins:

Mimi was diagnosed with “acute leukemia” Monday. We met with the specialist yesterday for blood & bone marrow tests. Friday he is to update us and recommend treatment(s).

Will keep you in the loop…

XXXOOO

David

Thu 5/12/2016 3:51 PM

Family & Friends,

Just checked her into Good Sam Hospital. The doctor is proceeding imme with chemotherapy and forecasts a 4-week stay. I pressed him on her chances and he evaded the question or reiterated how seriously ill she is…

XXXOOO D.

Wed 5/18/2016 10:34 AM

Hello Family & Friends.

Many thanks for your continued prayer & support…

Mimi had a good night, as a matter of fact, she said she had the best night's sleep since she been in hospital.

Her spirits are still high and she still has her hair! She's upbeat 'cause daughter Trudi arrives this morning.

Got to pick her up…

We love you all &

Please do not respond…

Thu 6/2/2016 4:39 PM

Hello All.

This is a direct quote from the doctor this morning;

“Bone marrow looks good so far. She is however very ill still - has developed severe pneumonia. Condition remains critical”

I am delighted about the bone marrow which is encouraging. I do fear the fact that her body creates a gene, “FLT-3”, which is not a good thing…

Poor thing suffers as her insides are burnt from chemo, her mouth is full of sores, she is constantly in and out of a fever condition, her stomach aches, the hyper-fluids require contact trips to the toilet, et. al., ad infinitum…

Every time I think of her there in the hospital, I fall to pieces…

Many, many thanks for your cards, letters, gifts, phone calls & prayers.

XOXOXO David

June 2, 2016:

Dearest Family & Friends.

I can't believe she's gone. It was all so sudden. Thursday morning we had hope because of an encouraging blood report - Thursday evening she is gone. It still doesn't seem real…


Fri 6/3/2016 7:07 AM

We lost our my darling, sweet Mimi June 2, 2016, 6:58 PM due to respiratory complications from the leukemia.

More details to follow…

David

Now the condolences begin...

Fri 6/3/2016 7:37 AM

I am so sorry, cuz. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the family during this difficult time. I am here any time you need to talk. I know I can't do much, but I can at least listen.

I love you,
Stef

Fri 6/3/2016 7:50 AM

I'm so very sorry to hear this news. I judge people by the happiness they bring to others. By this measure, Mimi seemed to be a great person indeed.

Stay strong and we'll talk soon.
Kevin Cully

Fri 6/3/2016 8:31 AM

Hi David,

This is the email I was fearful of receiving. I hoped for so much more and miracles for Mimi. My heart clenches in sorrow for your loss because I know she was your everything.

I will be in touch by mail outside of work.

I am with you in kindest thoughts, Janna

Fri 6/3/2016 9:02 AM

I am so sorry, cuz. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the family during this difficult time. I am here any time you need to talk. I know I can't do much, but I can at least listen.

I love you, Stef

Fri 6/3/2016 9:10 AM

David,
So sad. My heart goes out to you. I guess I didn't realize the state of her condition.
My thoughts will be with you and her until I see you which I assume will be soon.
I came anytime. Say when it will work for you. My bags are packed. Let's talk.
Steve

Fri 6/3/2016 10:17 AM

Very sorry for your loss. Beautiful lady. Beautiful soul.

So glad we got to visit with her this week.

Mark Montgomery

Fri 6/3/2016 12:09 PM

I'm so sorry. Have no idea what your going through. Glad Mimi is not suffering anymore.

Love,

Jr

Fri 6/3/2016 1:46 PM

Precious David,

I just loved Sheila, even though I didn't get to hang out with her much. She had the biggest heart and I was so thankful you had found each other. You know we ALL loved her because she was so good to you and ALL of us. I am glad you're going to Tennessee soon...that's exactly where you need to "fall."

I should only have about 2 more days at school, but call me any time, if needed.

Love to you,
dawn

Fri 6/3/2016 4:49 PM

David, my thoughts and prayers are being sent to you and to Mimi's kids. It is such sad news.
If there is anything I can do to help please let me know.

Your friend,
Jed

Sat 6/4/2016 7:48 AM

In my mind and heart Mimi's memory will never fade one bit. From the first time I was welcomed in my new job by a glass mug with flowers on it, to the many many times Sheila treated me to a handmade lunch or piece of amazing cornbread slathered in butter!! My picture of her will always be floating in the pool with a smile and a cocktail relaxing. I will always feel part of the family deeply and previously thanks to her joyful spark and open welcoming loving nature.

Dana

Sat 6/4/2016 8:29 AM

David, this is such a beautiful tribute to her and written so well! I am happy to see you included the mother to all part. That is all I have thought about the last two days... for some reason it has stood out in my mind since you said that to me that one time during a conversation we were having. My heart is breaking for you. Words can't express how sorry I am for your loss or your wife and best friend. I know it is hard, but please make sure you take care of yourself and if you need help, don't be afraid to ask someone.

Sending you lots of love, prayers, and hugs!
(Stefani Hennessee)

Sat 6/4/2016 9:05 AM


Oh, David, I am so sorry to hear this sad, sad news. I know how much you've lost. Your every word and demeanor in our brief conversations told me how happy you were - happier than any time in all the years I've known. She is irreplaceable and nothing I can say will make any difference to what you'll miss.

Grief, loss, the futility and injustice of losing someone you shouldn't. The pain is more and the price is higher because of the love you had.

Just celebrate a lovely life, a darling fellow traveler, and remember those of us who care.

Much love from me, Dave.

My heart is yours

Doug

Doug Ramsdale
847 323-3372

Sat 6/4/2016 9:16 AM

Thank you for sharing.

Elle and I share in your grief and in the smiles of the memories we have with her.

Thinking of you and the family.

Mark (Montgomery)

Sat 6/4/2016 10:05 AM

David that's absolutely beautiful. She will be missed so dearly.
We send you love and prayers from Illinois.
Megan, Doug, Connor and Makena (Mynatt)

Sat 6/4/2016 4:13 PM

Dear David, the words you wrote about Mimi were so very beautiful. I am glad she is not suffering but so very heartbroken for you. She was your heart.
What can we do? Can we send flowers for the service on Tuesday? Please let me know.
I love you dear cousin,
Karen (Mitchell)

Sat 6/4/2016 5:28 PM

Mimi was the kind of person that had a special heart, she would make you laugh when you down in the dumps, but she will change the way you feel. She had a love toward country music especially Luke Bryan. Mimi would be like the grandmother u never have, she would make you something or play with her little bird blue. Mimi had a sprit that could never be crush she would always be happy, and she was a fighter and dear friend to everyone Alexandra Cornell (Lexi)
George's daughter
Diva????????????=

Sat 6/4/2016 5:33 PM

My dear, dear friend...Please know that I'm hurting with you and for you and want you to know I'm here for you... ready to hug, to listen, to cry with you. What I do know is that Sheila completed you... I had never seen you so happy when she became a part of your life. This is what you need to remember. I love you! Colby

Sun 6/5/2016 12:47 PM

Precious David,
You have endured much loss. I believe God didn't want you to shoulder any more burdens alone so He called Sheila to be faithful and walk beside you. She made you better and renewed your spark and hope. You may believe God called her home too soon because you still need a companion. I can see, as in my own life, that our needed companion was personified in our mothers' lives and for you, brought more into focus through Sheila's life. Lay yourself down at the feet of Jesus, who is waiting.
I am specifically praying for you throughout the day for strength, clarity, and understanding.
I love you so very much. You know my mama would have loved Sheila because they are kindred souls. Neither saw a problem, especially strife, without rolling up their sleeves and vanquishing it because that's what Jesus would do. I remember the way my mama looked at you, with immeasurable love. You know the look :)
I stand with you, Cuz!
Everlasting love,
Dawn (Cline)
Sun 6/5/2016 2:59 PM
Very tragic David my friend, I cannot phone you, I will choke ( I am on prostate cancer treatment which makes me cry easily)

Mimi was your only true soulmate. Since I have met you more than twenty five years ago I have never seen you so happy after you married Mimi, she instilled in you a calmness and a passion for life.

Amanda and I are praying for you that God will help you fill this deep emptiness in your life

Mimi was truly a flower, beautiful and she lit up the life of everybody around her

She will rest in peace and her memory will live forever in our hearts

Our sympathy is with her family and her children

We wish you all the strength to face everyday with all those wonderful memories of Mimi

PS: David you will always be our good friend and if you ever get the urge to visit this part of the world our house is wide open any time
(Jan de Wit, Johannesburg, South Africa)
Sun 6/5/2016 10:40 PM
I too had the opportunity to benefit from the love and tenderness Aunt Mimi shared with all that had that fortune. I envy those of you that experienced it in abundance...if there's such a thing.

Two things Mimi did for my Uncle Dave during their 17 years of marriage::

1. She stole - She stole away all of his sorrows
2. She lied - She lied with him every night they were in their home
What she could not do was "Cheat" - Cheat death. Now we are challenged to continue our lives without this wonderful mother, grandmother, aunt, friend to all, and wife to my Uncle.
Let us find solace that she is in a better place and not suffering. And, remind ourselves daily to treat others as would Mimi.
Love,
Junior (Brett Craig)

Sun 6/5/2016 10:53 PM

My Dear Mr. David,

I cannot believe that it was happen to my beautiful Mimi, yesterday, I was in the Super Market and I saw a nice lady very alike than our Mimi, I was crying asking to the Universe Why? Suddenly every thing changed… Ii I would like to write this for my Mimi:

Mimi was a kind person with many virtues:
she was a loving wife, a caring mother, a kindhearted and beloved friend,
a person who loved her pets and who enjoyed working in her garden.

Her beautiful and gracious green eyes always expressed her feelings.
She was my American mother and will be deeply missed.
Mimi departed this world, but her loving memory will always live in my heart.
Rest in peace my Mimi. MY MOM!! I love you…

Please let me know how are you going? Very concern about your health, in this sad moments we must be together to face our loss L
With love,
Chiki

(Norma Gomez, Aukland, New Zealand)

Mon 6/6/2016 9:27 AM

Precious David,
You have endured much loss. I believe God didn't want you to shoulder any more burdens alone so He called Sheila to be faithful and walk beside you. She made you better and renewed your spark and hope. You may believe God called her home too soon because you still need a companion. I can see, as in my own life, that our needed companion was personified in our mothers' lives and for you, brought more into focus through Sheila's life. Lay yourself down at the feet of Jesus, who is waiting.
I am specifically praying for you throughout the day for strength, clarity, and understanding.
I love you so very much. You know my mama would have loved Sheila because they are kindred souls. Neither saw a problem, especially strife, without rolling up their sleeves and vanquishing it because that's what Jesus would do. I remember the way my mama looked at you, with immeasurable love. You know the look :)
I stand with you, Cuz!
Everlasting love,
Dawn

Mon 6/6/2016 9:30 AM
Dear David, the words you wrote about Mimi were so very beautiful. I am glad she is not suffering but so very heartbroken for you. She was your heart.
What can we do? Can we send flowers for the service on Tuesday? Please let me know.
I love you dear cousin,
Karen

Mon 6/6/2016 9:34 AM

Thank you for sharing.

Elle and I share in your grief and in the smiles of the memories we have with her.

Thinking of you and the family.

Mark

Mon 6/6/2016 11:34 AM


David,
What can I share with my friend that could possibly give him solace? From my own experience I can tell you that SHE IS NOT GONE, as you say. When Christine died I could not imagine my life without her. There was a huge empty space filled with pain.
And now after 27 years I can tell you that she has been with me all that time and will likely be the last thing I think of in my last moments.
Because we cannot see her doesn't mean she isn't there. Talk to her every chance you get and her presence will become more real and you will be the lucky guy who gets to be with her for ever. Can there ever be a time when I won't be with you in thought or memory? We move to a new venue. You simply can't imagine it but Einstien proved it so. A conversation a day keeps the blues away.
Steve (Levin)

Mon 6/6/2016 11:49 AM

"The Traveler"

She has put on invisibility.
Dear Lord, I cannot see---
But this I know although the road ascends
And passes from my sight,
That there will be no night;
That You will take her gently by the hand
And lead her on Along the road of life that never ends,
And he will find it is not death but dawn.
I do not doubt that You are there as here,
And you will hold her dear.
Our life did not begin with birth,
It is not of the earth;
And this that we call death, it is no more
Than the opening and closing of a door---
And in Your house how many rooms must be
Beyond this one where we rest momently.
Dear Lord, I thank you for the faith that frees,
The love that knows it cannot lose its own;
The love that, looking through the shadows, sees
That You and she and I are ever one


For Sheila and Christine

We will think of them with love in our hearts...everyday

(Steven Levin)


Mon 6/6/2016 1:23 PM

Wrote this Mimi, I hope you will read it for her.


When I first met Mimi, I loved her instantly. She was warm, quick witted, and had so much spunk. I thought for sure David would never be able to keep up with her. We clicked instantly, like she had known me my whole life and understood who I really was. I was able to visit Mimi and David several times and it was always a treat. Mimi grew amazing orchids and had 2 parakeets that she would let fly around the pool area while we lounged in paradise. Plus She always knew the best thrift stores to send me shopping. Mimi had a gentleness about her that made you instantly feel at home. She was an amazing women and it was easy to see how happy she made David and he made her. I am happy that she became a part our family, I will miss her smiling face. I love you Mimi.

(Briena Harmening)

Mon 6/6/2016 3:37 PM

David,

My times spent with Mimi were small sprints and interactions across several years. Dinners, visits to the house, short conversations - analogous to sound bites vs. a full length movie, or an after dinner drink vs. a bottle of wine.

Because I knew you long before, and sadly, will know you long after Mimi has left us, I want to share my view of her impact on you.

Mimi made you more of what you like to be
Mimi made you less of what you don't like to be
Mimi made you patient when it wasn't convenient
Mimi made you feel loved when others couldn't
Mimi made it easy for you to love where you once thought you may not
Mimi made you feel accepted for who you are
Mimi made you feel served, where others wanted to be served
Mimi made you want to serve her
Mimi made you a good husband
Mimi made you appreciate a good wife
Mimi made your time your time, and was happy with her time
Mimi made your time together special

She was your perfect compliment, and while we will miss her terribly, you will still be better every day because of her...for the rest of your years.

May she rest in peace, and may you find smiles in her memory.

Mark

Mon 6/6/2016 5:56 PM

Dear David, wish I could be there and give you "bushels" per Aunt Pearl, of hugs and kisses. Our prayers and thoughts will be with you and all of Mimi's family tomorrow. She was your sunshine. And brought alot of sunshine to all of us with her kindness, sense of humor and Ma-like sweetness.

Lisa, Kenny, Dawn and I sent a flower arrangement. Beautiful colors just like a beautiful Mimi.

We love you,
Karen and Emily

Mon 6/6/2016 7:26 PM

Sheila Hennessee personified the words on the needlework my Mother completed that hangs in my home. "The love in you heart wasn't put there to stay, love isn't love until it is given away." Sheila graciously gave the love in her heart away. Sheila loved and was loved by many. I only met her once, but had such a wonderful time with her. I was fortunate to enjoy email, phone and facebook conversations with Sheila. Always kind, sweet and caring, I could feel the smile through the phone lines when we talked. My cousin David adored her, she the light of his life. I am happy that they found each other, as their existence together was a testament to how rich life can really be. I thank God for bringing Sheila into our lives, will always cherish her and feel blessed by knowing her.

Cousin Karen Sue


Mon 6/6/2016 11:17 PM

My story of Mimi from Kenny

It was in the fall of 2015, one day I'll never forget. Mimi and I had the most wonderful day together. She and David had visited the farm one evening, stayed over night and the next day, Mimi and I had such a great day. She was so excited to ride the four wheeler around the farm and see all the cattle and babies that had been born and as fate would have it, we went down to the woods and there stood a little newborn calve, a little girl. We tagged the girl calve which her number was/is number 1 which I sent to Matt, her son a picture. She was so excited to watch it and get it's first milk. From that day on, I would always ask her, "how's my cowgirl?" And, by the way, if you knew Mimi at all, you know she would try anything once. She had to drive my new tractor that day as well which she called, Big Red, but to my amazement she did so, so, so good driving my new tractor, "Big Red." We moved hay rings that day from one field to another and she seemed to have the time of her life. We spent all day working around the farm but it wasn't work at all between us. We laughed, joked and just hung out together. I had such a great time and I sure hope she did as well. She made my day and I will forever remember and Love her. She was my friend and I will miss her. I will miss her kind, loving words, her jokes, her texts. She was a special lady and I am honored to have known her for the time I did. I'm thankful she was a kind, loving wife to my cousin David and I will never forget that day she and David came to visit with me at the farm. I will cherish those moments and I will always hold them close to my heart.

(Kenny Wright)

Tue 6/7/2016 7:25 AM

Sheila Hennessee personified the words on the needlework my Mother completed that hangs in my home. "The love in you heart wasn't put there to stay, love isn't love until it is given away." Sheila graciously gave the love in her heart away. Sheila loved and was loved by many. I only met her once, but had such a wonderful time with her. I was fortunate to enjoy email, phone and facebook conversations with Sheila. Always kind, sweet and caring, I could feel the smile through the phone lines when we talked. My cousin David adored her, she the light of his life. I am happy that they found each other, as their existence together was a testament to how rich life can really be. I thank God for bringing Sheila into our lives, will always cherish her and feel blessed by knowing her.

Cousin Karen Sue


Tue 6/7/2016 10:56 AM

David,

We've had you on our minds every day and wishing there was something we could do to ease what you're going through. There is no way we can know how you feel, only imagine how hard the loss of Sheila is. Wish we could be there with you today, but know that our hearts are with you, our arms are hugging you and we will hope that you will be given a measure of grace to be able to celebrate Sheila's beautiful life.

We love you so very much,

Kathy and David (Tugman)

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Mynatt, Sheila Ann "Mimi" (I27517)
 
40527 Thurman Dodson, obituary, "Southern Standard", March 30, 1994,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S17737)
 
40528 Thurman Jordan, obituary, "Southern Standard", February 21, 1979,
abstracted by Margie Tucker 
Source (S3660)
 
40529 Thursday, June 8th, 2017 10:30PM

Comments (Rosie Melissa Long b. 21 Jun 1925 d. 12 Nov 1990): I submitted the info for my "Aunt" Rosie. I am not her child.
Her only child, a son is Alvin Bargen.

Sheila Kintop
Kintop@comcast.net  
Bargen, Alvin (I48791)
 
40530 Thyra, also known as Thorvi or Thyre,[1] was a Danish queen, spouse of King Gorm the Old of Denmark, the first historically recognized King of Denmark, who reigned from c.? 936 to his death c.? 958.[2]

Historical facts and uncertainties

She is believed to have led an army against the Germans. Gorm and Thyra were the parents of King Harald Bluetooth.

While Gorm the Old had disparaging nicknames, his wife Thyra was referred to as a woman of great prudence. Saxo Grammaticus wrote that Thyra was mainly responsible for building the Danevirke on the southern border, but archeology has proven it to be much older, and Thyra's role was to extend it.[3]

Thyra died before Gorm, who raised a memorial stone to Thyra at Jelling, which refers to her as the "Pride of Denmark" or the "Ornament of Denmark" (Old Danish: tanmarka but, Modern Danish: Dannebod). Gorm and Thyra were buried under one of the two great mounds at Jelling, and later moved to the first Christian church there. This was confirmed when a tomb containing their remains was excavated in 1978 under the east end of the present church.
Runic stone for Thyra, back side

Accounts of Thyra's parentage are late, contradictory and chronologically dubious. Saxo names her father as Ethelred, King of England (usually identified with Ąthelred of Wessex), but his description of her brother as Ąthelstan suggests he intended Edward the Elder, though no such daughter appears in the detailed lists of Edward's children that survive. Jâomsvâikinga saga and Snorri's Heimskringla say her father was a king or jarl of Jutland or Holstein called Harald Klak.

Tradition also has it that before Thyra consented to marry Gorm, she insisted he build a new house and sleep in it for the first three nights of winter and give her an account of his dreams those nights. The dreams were told at the wedding banquet and as recorded, imitate the dreams Pharaoh had that were interpreted by Joseph in Genesis. In the first dream, three white boars came out of the sea, fed on the grass, and went back to the sea. In the second, three red boars came out of the sea, and did the same. In the third dream, three black boars with great tusks did the same, but when they returned to the sea, there was such a loud rush of the waves returning to the land that the noise could be heard throughout Denmark.
Runic stone for Thyra, front side

Thyra's interpretation was that the three white boars represented three very cold, snowy winters which would kill "all the fruits of the ground." The red boars meant there would next be three mild winters, while the black boars with tusks indicated there would be wars in the land. The fact that they all went back into the sea showed that their effect would not be long-lasting. The loud noise as the waves of the sea rolled back on the Danish shores meant that "mighty men would come on the land with great wars, and many of his relations would take part." She said that had he dreamed of the black boars and the rushing waves the first night, she would not have married him, but now, since she would be available to provide advice, there would be little injury from the wars.[4]

Asteroid 115 Thyra is named in her honour.

end of biography 
Thyra Queen of Denmark (I51080)
 
40531 Tiffany,Sue:Gedcom-Received 1 Aug 2002;suetiffany@aol.com Source (S21853)
 
40532 Tilden Hillis, obituary, "Southern Standard", abstracted by Margie Tucker. Source (S18341)
 
40533 Tilman Bethel's Bible, published 1845, owned by Mrs. Nettie Judkins Murphy,
Smithville,TN. Abstraction provided by Livy Simpson. 
Source (S6072)
 
40534 Tim Byars | http://genforum.genealogy.com/blackwell/messages/1397.html Source (S37390)
 
40535 Tim Lewis | Pedigree | 5 Aug 1998 | a0715@multipro.com Source (S2839)
 
40536 Time Line

ca. 1558 - Thomas Smythe is born. He is the second surviving son of Thomas Smythe of Ostenhanger (later Westenhanger) in County Kent and his wife, Alice Judde Smythe.
1580 - Thomas Smythe is a member of the Haberdashers' and Skinners' companies.
1581 - Thomas Smythe is a founding member of the Merchants of Levant, or Turkey Company, which trades in Turkey and India.
1588 - Thomas Smythe possibly lends ą31,000 to Queen Elizabeth I to help meet the threat of the Spanish Armada.
March 7, 1589 - Sir Walter Raleigh disperses his interest in the Virginia colony, "saving only the fifth part of gold and silver ore," to a group of London merchants, gentlemen, and planters.
1596 - Thomas Smythe serves as a commissioner negotiating trade with the Dutch.
June 1596 - An English fleet under the command of Robert Devereux, second earl of Essex; Charles Howard, baron of Effingham and England's Lord High Admiral; and Sir Walter Raleigh sacks the Spanish port city of Câadiz.
1597 - Thomas Smythe is elected to represent Aylesbury in Parliament, a seat held before him by his father and his older brother, John Smythe.
1597–1598 - Thomas Smythe serves as an auditor in London.
1598 - Thomas Smythe serves as a commissioner negotiating trade with the Dutch.
1599–1600 - Thomas Smythe serves as master of the Haberdashers' Company.
1599–1601 - Thomas Smythe serves as an alderman in London.
October 1600 - The East India Company is formed with Thomas Smythe as its first governor.
November 6, 1600 - Thomas Smythe is appointed sheriff of London.
December 31, 1600 - Queen Elizabeth I issues a royal charter to the East India Company, formed to trade with the East Indies.
February 14, 1601 - Thomas Smythe, under suspicion for involvement in an uprising against Queen Elizabeth led by Robert Devereux, second earl of Essex, is remanded to the custody of the archbishop of Canterbury. He is removed from his position as sheriff of London.
March 2, 1601 - Thomas Smythe is transferred to the Tower of London, where he will be imprisoned for more than a year for his suspected involvement in an uprising against Queen Elizabeth led by Robert Devereux, second earl of Essex.
1603–July 1621 - Sir Thomas Smythe retains the position of governor of the East India Company, excepting the period from 1605 until 1607.
May 13, 1603 - Thomas Smythe is knighted by the new English king, James I.
1604 - Sir Thomas Smythe is elected to Parliament representing Dunwich.
March 19, 1604 - Sir Thomas Smythe is appointed to be special ambassador from King James I to the czar of Russia, then Boris I.
April 11, 1604 - Sir Thomas Smythe is appointed to be a receiver for the Duchy of Cornwall.
June 13, 1604 - Sir Thomas Smythe, the new royal ambassador to Russia, and his party sail from Gravesend bound for Russia.
July 22, 1604 - Sir Thomas Smythe, the new royal ambassador to Russia, and his party arrive at the city of Arkhangelsk in the northern part of European Russia. From there, they travel overland to the city of Yaroslavl, where he meets the czar, Boris I. He later travels to Moscow.
May 28, 1605 - Sir Thomas Smythe, having obtained a grant of new trading privileges for the Muscovy Company, begins his return journey to England.
April 10, 1606 - King James I grants the Virginia Company a royal charter dividing the North American coast between two companies, the Virginia Company of London and the Virginia Company of Plymouth, overseen by the "Counsell of Virginia," whose thirteen members are appointed by the king.
November 20, 1606 - King James I appoints Sir Thomas Smythe a member of His Majesty's Council for Virginia, the governing board of the Virginia Company of London.
May 23, 1609 - The Crown approves a second royal charter for the Virginia Company of London. It replaces the royal council with private corporate control, extends the colony's boundaries to the Pacific Ocean, and installs a governor, Sir Thomas West, twelfth baron De La Warr, to run operations in Virginia.
July 26, 1612 - King James I grants the North-West Passage Company a royal charter to facilitate finding a route to Japan and China and facilitating trade with them. He names Sir Thomas Smythe its governor.
1614 - Sir Thomas Smythe is elected to Parliament from Sandwich.
June 29, 1615 - King James I grants the Somers Islands Company a royal charter to facilitate colonization of and trade with Bermuda. He names Sir Thomas Smythe the company's governor.
1618 - Sir Thomas Smythe is appointed commissioner of the navy.
January 1619 - Sir Thomas Smythe is appointed to the treasury commission and assigned to negotiate differences with the Dutch, then in the midst of the Eighty Years' War (1568–1648).
April 28, 1619 - Sir Edwin Sandys takes over as treasurer (essentially chairman) of the Virginia Company of London.
1621 - Sir Thomas Smythe is elected to Parliament representing Saltash.
January 30, 1621 - Sir Thomas Smythe writes his will. He will add a codicil to it on the day of his death.
May 1623 - The Privy Council launches an inquiry into the administration of the Virginia Company.
May 24, 1624 - Following a yearlong investigation into mismanagement headed by Sir Richard Jones, justice of the Court of Common Pleas, the Crown revokes the Virginia Company of London's charter and assumes direct control of the Virginia colony.
September 4, 1625 - Sir Thomas Smythe dies at Sutton-at-Hone in Kent, England. He is buried at the church of Saint John the Baptist.

end of time line 
Smythe, Sir Thomas Knight (I33259)
 
40537 Timeline: Prehistory to 1000

8500 BC: The date of the oldest human settlement yet found in Scotland, at Cramond, near Edinburgh.

3000 BC: Maeshowe chambered tomb is built on Orkney.

3000 BC: Alleged date of origin of the Fortingall Yew, probably the world's oldest living thing.

3000 BC: Occupation of what may be the first Crannog or artificial islet residence, on the islet Eilean Domhnuill on Loch Olabhat in North Uist.

2500 BC to 2000 BC: Stone village of Skara Brae on Orkney in occupation.

1400 BC: The era of Scota, the daughter of an Egyptian Pharaoh, who features in the foundation myth of Ireland an Scotland, and who Scotland is named after.

500 BC: Crannogs, houses built on stilts or artificial islets, begin to appear widely on Scottish lochs.

200 BC: According to Irish legend, the "School for Heroes" is run by the warrior queen Scâathach, or Sgathach, at her fortress Dâun Scâaith, near Tarskavaig on Skye.

200 BC to AD 200: Building and occupation of Brochs, circular stone defensive towers.

20 BC: Pontius Pilate, later to become the Prefect of the Roman province of Judaea, is born at Fortingall.

AD 80: Julius Agricola Roman Governor of Britain, invades Scotland, reaching a line between the Rivers Clyde and Forth by AD 82.

AD 83: Julius Agricola invades northern Scotland.

AD 84: The Battle of Mons Graupius takes place at a location still uncertain. The Romans under Julius Agricola convincingly defeat the Caledonians under Calgacus. They fail to press home their advantage, however, and instead establish a defensive line of forts extending north east from Loch Lomond to Stonehaven to guard the exits from the main highland glens.

AD 105: The Romans withdraw from Scotland to a defensive line between the Rivers Solway and Tyne. This is fortified as Hadrian's Wall from AD 121.

AD 139: The Romans advance again, to a line between the Forth and Clyde and build the Antonine Wall.

AD 170: The Romans withdraw to Hadrian's Wall once more.

AD 208: Roman Emperor Septimius Severus launches the last campaign intended to conquer Scotland, establishing a major base at Cramond, on the site of a fort built in AD 142.

AD 211: Septimius Severus dies in York. His successor Caracalla abandons territory north of Hadrians Wall and in 212 the Romans withdraw from what will later become Scotland for the final time.

AD 250: The first raids take place in western Scotland by the strong Irish tribe, the Scots.

AD 367: The Picti, or the Picts, push the Romans back from Hadrian's Wall. "Picti" is the Romans' disparaging slang for their northern neighbours, meaning the painted (or tattooed) ones.

AD 397: Saint Ninian dedicates the first Christian church in Scotland, the Candida Casa at Whithorn, to St Martin.

AD 500: Increased migration of Scoti or Scots from Ireland to Scotland leads to the establishment of the kingdom of Dalriada in what is now Argyll, with its capital at Dunadd in Kilmartin Glen.

AD 500: King of the Scots of Dalriada, Fergus Mor fights both the Picts to the east and the Britons of Strathclyde to the south for land.

10 March 520: St Kessog, the original patron saint of Scotland, is killed at Bandry, on the western shore of Loch Lomond.

7 December 521: The birth in County Donegal in Ireland of the man who would go on to become Saint Columba.

AD 550: The Angles establish Bernicia, later called Northumbria, with boundaries extending south to Yorkshire.

AD 552: St Mungo or St Kentigern founds a church on part of the site that later became Glasgow Cathedral.

AD 562: St Moluag founds a settlement on the Isle of Lismore in the mouth of Loch Linnhe.

12 May 563: Saint Columba and twelve companions land on the island of Iona to establish a monastery.

25 June 592: St Moluag dies in Rosemarkie.

9 June 597: St Columba dies in his monastery at Iona.

13 January 614: St Mungo or St Kentigern dies, and is buried at his church in Clas-gu which later becomes Glasgow.

17 April 617: Saint Donan and 52 of his followers are murdered during a raid on their monastery on the Island of Eigg.

AD 638: Edinburgh - Din Eidyn - is overrun by the Angles of the Kingdom of Northumbria.

3 January 642: The birth in Ireland of Saint Maelrubha, a monk who founded a monastery at what is now Applecross.

5 August 642: The death at the Battle of Maserfield (near modern Oswestry) of King Oswald of Northumbria, later known as St Oswald.

31 August 651: The death in what is now St Aidan's Church in Bamburgh of St Aidan of Lindisfarne, the Apostle of Northumbria.

AD 672: A Pictish uprising against the Kingdom of Northumbria is suppressed.

AD 678: St Nathalan dies on Deeside.


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8500 BC: The date of the oldest human settlement yet found in Scotland, at Cramond, near Edinburgh.

3000 BC: Maeshowe chambered tomb is built on Orkney.

3000 BC: Alleged date of origin of the Fortingall Yew, probably the world's oldest living thing.

3000 BC: Occupation of what may be the first Crannog or artificial islet residence, on the islet Eilean Domhnuill on Loch Olabhat in North Uist.

2500 BC to 2000 BC: Stone village of Skara Brae on Orkney in occupation.

1400 BC: The era of Scota, the daughter of an Egyptian Pharaoh, who features in the foundation myth of Ireland an Scotland, and who Scotland is named after.

500 BC: Crannogs, houses built on stilts or artificial islets, begin to appear widely on Scottish lochs.

200 BC: According to Irish legend, the "School for Heroes" is run by the warrior queen Scâathach, or Sgathach, at her fortress Dâun Scâaith, near Tarskavaig on Skye.

200 BC to AD 200: Building and occupation of Brochs, circular stone defensive towers.

20 BC: Pontius Pilate, later to become the Prefect of the Roman province of Judaea, is born at Fortingall.

AD 80: Julius Agricola Roman Governor of Britain, invades Scotland, reaching a line between the Rivers Clyde and Forth by AD 82.

AD 83: Julius Agricola invades northern Scotland.

AD 84: The Battle of Mons Graupius takes place at a location still uncertain. The Romans under Julius Agricola convincingly defeat the Caledonians under Calgacus. They fail to press home their advantage, however, and instead establish a defensive line of forts extending north east from Loch Lomond to Stonehaven to guard the exits from the main highland glens.

AD 105: The Romans withdraw from Scotland to a defensive line between the Rivers Solway and Tyne. This is fortified as Hadrian's Wall from AD 121.

AD 139: The Romans advance again, to a line between the Forth and Clyde and build the Antonine Wall.

AD 170: The Romans withdraw to Hadrian's Wall once more.

AD 208: Roman Emperor Septimius Severus launches the last campaign intended to conquer Scotland, establishing a major base at Cramond, on the site of a fort built in AD 142.

AD 211: Septimius Severus dies in York. His successor Caracalla abandons territory north of Hadrians Wall and in 212 the Romans withdraw from what will later become Scotland for the final time.

AD 250: The first raids take place in western Scotland by the strong Irish tribe, the Scots.

AD 367: The Picti, or the Picts, push the Romans back from Hadrian's Wall. "Picti" is the Romans' disparaging slang for their northern neighbours, meaning the painted (or tattooed) ones.

AD 397: Saint Ninian dedicates the first Christian church in Scotland, the Candida Casa at Whithorn, to St Martin.

AD 500: Increased migration of Scoti or Scots from Ireland to Scotland leads to the establishment of the kingdom of Dalriada in what is now Argyll, with its capital at Dunadd in Kilmartin Glen.

AD 500: King of the Scots of Dalriada, Fergus Mor fights both the Picts to the east and the Britons of Strathclyde to the south for land.

10 March 520: St Kessog, the original patron saint of Scotland, is killed at Bandry, on the western shore of Loch Lomond.

7 December 521: The birth in County Donegal in Ireland of the man who would go on to become Saint Columba.

AD 550: The Angles establish Bernicia, later called Northumbria, with boundaries extending south to Yorkshire.

AD 552: St Mungo or St Kentigern founds a church on part of the site that later became Glasgow Cathedral.

AD 562: St Moluag founds a settlement on the Isle of Lismore in the mouth of Loch Linnhe.

12 May 563: Saint Columba and twelve companions land on the island of Iona to establish a monastery.

25 June 592: St Moluag dies in Rosemarkie.

9 June 597: St Columba dies in his monastery at Iona.

13 January 614: St Mungo or St Kentigern dies, and is buried at his church in Clas-gu which later becomes Glasgow.

17 April 617: Saint Donan and 52 of his followers are murdered during a raid on their monastery on the Island of Eigg.

AD 638: Edinburgh - Din Eidyn - is overrun by the Angles of the Kingdom of Northumbria.

3 January 642: The birth in Ireland of Saint Maelrubha, a monk who founded a monastery at what is now Applecross.

5 August 642: The death at the Battle of Maserfield (near modern Oswestry) of King Oswald of Northumbria, later known as St Oswald.

31 August 651: The death in what is now St Aidan's Church in Bamburgh of St Aidan of Lindisfarne, the Apostle of Northumbria.

AD 672: A Pictish uprising against the Kingdom of Northumbria is suppressed.

AD 678: St Nathalan dies on Deeside.

20 May 685: The Battle of Dunnichen or Nechtansmere, near Forfar. King Ecgfrith of Northumbria is decisively defeated by the Picts, paving the way for the development of a separate Scottish nation. The battle is later depicted on a cross slab at Aberlemno Kirk.

20 March 687: The death on Inner Farne Island of St Cuthbert, the a monk, bishop and hermit regarded as the patron saint of northern England.

23 September 704: The death of Adomnâan of Iona, also known as Saint Adomnâan. He was Abbot of Iona, the author of the Life of Columba and the promoter of the hugely influential Law of Adomnâan.

6 March 757: The death on Bass Rock of Saint Baldred of Tyninghame.

8 June 793: The monastery at Lindisfarne suffers its first raid by Vikings. Others will follow, leading to the abandonment of the monastery in 875.

795: First recorded Viking raid (probably from Orkney), on Iona, which is raided twice more in the following decade.

839: The Picts, who have controlled all of Scotland north of the Forth and Clyde except for Argyll, suffer a heavy defeat at the hands of the Vikings. Most of the Pictish nobility is wiped out in the defeat, including King Bridei VI.

843: Kenneth Mac Alpin becomes King of the Scots of Dalriada; and later becomes King of the Picts of Pictland as well, unifying the main groups in Scotland north of the Forth-Clyde line for the first time within the Kingdom of Alba.

850: Viking pressure leads to the relocation of the capital of Alba from Argyll to Scone, near Perth. The religious centre, and the relics of St Columba, moves from Iona to Dunkeld.

850: Kenneth Mac Alpin, also known as Kenneth I, raids Northumbria six times in the 850s.

858: Kenneth Mac Alpin is succeeded by Donald I.

863: Donald I is succeeded by Constantine I.

870: Following a 15 week siege the Vikings capture the fortress at Dumbarton Rock guarding the entrance to the Clyde and the British Kingdom of Strathclyde.

872: Constantine I arranges the death of the King of Strathclyde in 872. He replaces him with his own brother in law, Rhun: effectively making Strathclyde a subordinate kingdom to Alba.

877: Constantine I is succeeded by King Aedh.

878: King Aedh is succeeded by the joint rule of Kings Eochaid and Giric.

889: Kings Eochaid and Giric are succeeded by Donald II.

890: The Vikings capture the Pictish fortress at Dunnottar, near Stonehaven.

900: Constantine II succeeds Donald II and helps incorporate Viking settlers into the emerging Kingdom of Scotland.

937: A joint army comprising Constantine II's Scots and Olaf III Guthfrithson's Vikings is defeated at the Battle of Brunanburh by King Athelstan of England in 937: largely securing the future of what is to become England.

943: Constantine II is succeeded by Malcolm I.

945: Edmund, a Danish King ruling Northumbria, gives Cumbria to Malcolm I of Scotland in return for military support.

954: Malcolm I is succeeded by King Indulf.

962: King Indulf is succeeded by King Duff.

967: King Duff is succeeded by King Culen.

971: King Culen is succeeded by Kenneth II.

995: Kenneth II is succeeded by Constantine III.

997: Constantine III is succeeded by Kenneth III.

end of timeline
 
Scotland, Donald II of King of Alba (I51111)
 
40538 Times Daily - Sep 18, 1991 Source (S751)
 
40539 Timothy Deyarmie | 4 Mar 2013 | Telecon | dyartim@yahoo.com Source (S48407)
 
40540 Timothy Lee Goodson
Birth 21 Sep 1957
Death 30 Oct 2001 (aged 44)
Burial
Corinth Cemetery
White County, Tennessee, USA
Memorial ID 179069118 · View Source

Timothy Lee Goodson married Janine Leigh Isleman they had the following children Braxton Hillis Goodson , Janine had 2 daughters from a former marriage Amber Dion Pinegar Shasta Jade Pinegar

end of profile 
Goodson, Timothy Lee (I26586)
 
40541 Timperley is a suburban village near Altrincham in the borough of Trafford, Greater Manchester, England.[1] Historically in Cheshire, it is approximately seven miles (11 km) southwest of Manchester. The population at the 2011 census was 11,061.

Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timperley 
Massey, Alice (I45025)
 
40542 Timperley is a suburban village near Altrincham in the borough of Trafford, Greater Manchester, England.[1] Historically in Cheshire, it is approximately seven miles (11 km) southwest of Manchester. The population at the 2011 census was 11,061.

Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timperley 
de Massey, Sir Hamon Lord of Bacford and Tymperley (I45903)
 
40543 Tina Leann Hennessee,wedding announcemen,"Southern Standard",April 30,1995,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S27631)
 
40544 Tintern Abbey (Welsh: Abaty Tyndyrn, About this sound pronunciation in Welsh (help·info)) was founded by Walter de Clare, Lord of Chepstow, on 9 May 1131. It is situated adjacent to the village of Tintern in Monmouthshire, on the Welsh bank of the River Wye, which forms the border between Monmouthshire in Wales and Gloucestershire in England. It was only the second Cistercian foundation in Britain, and the first in Wales. Falling into ruin after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the 16th century, the remains were celebrated in poetry and often painted by visitors from the 18th century onwards. In 1984 Cadw took over responsibility for the site.

Photos, history & source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tintern_Abbey 
de Clare, Lady Isabel 4th Countess of Pembroke (I45547)
 
40545 Title: Re: Thorne Family Pedigrees, Post by: Sunday Petto on August 08, 2013, 04:19:49 PM, https://www.worldfamilies.net/forum/index.php?action=printpage;topic=314.0, revisited or retrieved, recorded & uploaded to the website, www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Saturday, March 3rd, 2018, by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com Source (S12400)
 
40546 TN or VA Molder, Susannah (I20537)
 
40547 TNGenWeb Project
Warren County Tennessee Queries
January and February 2000
Welcome!

GORDON

I am looking for information pertaining to Robert GORDON (1773-1854) and his parents.

From a copy of Robert's will, I know he was in Warren County as early as 1809 and that he purchased land from James and William Klam on the Barren Forks of the Collins River. Robert died in Warren County.

Robert's father was possibly named William.

Robert had a wife Sarah R. and 8 children:

William Gordon (1810-1896) Married Sarah WALLING in 1835 in Warren

Patsy -- married James WALLING, then moved to Texas

Isaac Gordon -- (1815 - 1859) Moved to near Girardeau County Missouri (Gordonsville, Missouri named in his honor)

Sally -- married a SMITH and moved to St. Louis, Missouri

James Madison Gordon -- (1828-1892) Married Jane BYARS in Warren

David Gordon (18? - 1910) Moved to Scotland County, Missouri

Jane -- Married a GUSHAM

Benjamin Franklin Gordon (1838 - ?)

T. A. Gordon, tagordon@hotmail.com, Tue Feb 1 22:59:59 MST 2000 
Gordon, Robert (I28579)
 
40548 to Jamestown, Virginia Colony, on the ship, "James" Calvert, Mary (I32289)
 
40549 to Jamestown, Virginia Colony, on the ship, "Starr" Chapline, Captain Isaac Royal Navy, The Immigrant (I32288)
 
40550 To Marvin and K.

I too am very much interested in both the Colson Heaths who were in Putnam Co GA. My line descends from the elder Colson thru his son Daniel born April 1810, Montgomery CO VA. (I strongly believe they are one and the same, but no proof,-- yet.)
I have researched records in both the GA state archives in Atlanta and in the C/H in Putnam County. The Sr. Colson has been very elusive, as well as his wife, Elizabeth Morris.

Here is the trail I have followed for Colson,Sr.

First of all, I got started on my search thru Georgia from a book, Southern Relatives, author Sadie Hammonds, 2 vols. I believe pub. in the 1960's. There are sections on Heaths of Virginia, in the Carolinas and in Georgia. The GA archives has this book. In tracking several of these families, I believe there are close relationships with our Colson, but missing are some of the links.

The earliest record so far of Colson, Sr. is in Hancock Co, GA Feb. 1801 and again Nov 1802. He was a purchaser at estate sales. The second sale, Thomas Heath was also a purchaser. He seems to be moving with this Thomas.

He buys land in Putnam Co GA 1810, first 40 acres which he sales back to the original owner, then in Dec 1810 he buys a 200 acre parcel in Putnam Co where he resides with his family until 1824 - 1826. At that time the widow, Elizabeth is paying the taxes. My GG grandfather Daniel first recorded in Campbell CO TN (later becomes Union Co TN) 1826, as witness to Conrad Sharp's will (the father-in-law of his older sister, Nancy). The family returned to TN around 1823 - 1825 as Nancy's eldest child is born abt 1824. The Sharp family had been in TN much earlier.

I, too, feel that there are strong relationships amongst the three families of Putnam Co, i.e. Colson, Thomas and William.

William's wife, Margaret, is agent for Colson's orphans in the GA 1832 Land Lottery.

Colson, Jr. and Jane Castleberry were both members of the Bent Creek Primitive Bapt. Church which is about three miles from the 200 acres that Colson, Sr. bought.

Rhoda Heath, a widow, was a charter member of the same church 1807 when the church was constituted. I have checked the small cemetery at the church but did not find any Heath burials there. There were several graves in a grown over area covered in poison ivy that we didn't get to inspect.

This church is located about 10 miles east of Eatonton, GA, the county seat of Putnam.

I have a little more info I am willing to share if you would like to contact me directly.

Shirley

Knoxville, TN 
Heath, Coulson Sr. (I36031)
 
40551 To my Pap-pa,You were one of the sweetest men ever to walk this earth. God bless you.
- Cookie
Added: Jul. 31, 2013 
Webb, Asa Alfred (I15961)
 
40552 to The American Colonies on the ship, "Supply" Haile, George The Immigrant (I31043)
 
40553 to the Jamestown Colony on the ship, "Plaine Joan" Newman, Thomas (I33680)
 
40554 to the Virginia Colony Earle, Gamaliel (I34043)
 
40555 to view a slate of Henry's wife and issue ...

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=byars&GSfn=henry&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=3&GScnty=62&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=46086061&df=all& 
Byars, Henry Kelly (I13529)
 
40556 To view a slate of her children, click here: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SGPX-HX3 Byars, Nancy E. (I39142)
 
40557 To view James' antecedents, go to: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SBDL-RSG and back-button Reaves, James Harden (I36710)
 
40558 To view Simon's antecedents, go to:

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/u/g/Jerry-Huggins/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0097.html or

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Cummins-176 
Cummins, Simon (I32738)
 
40559 To view the old "Hennesse Cemetery", go to http://www.tngennet.org/warren/cemeteries/Hen.html Hennessee, Andy Franklin (I57)
 
40560 To view the old "Hennesse Cemetery", go to http://www.tngennet.org/warren/cemeteries/Hen.html Hennessee, James Thomas Jr. (I66)
 
40561 To view the old "Hennesse Cemetery", go to http://www.tngennet.org/warren/cemeteries/Hen.html Dodson, Maxa "Maxie" (I190)
 
40562 to view Thomas' antecedents, go to: http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/ahnentafel.php?personID=I100980&tree=00&parentset=0&generations=12 de Astley, Thomas (I31946)
 
40563 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kirby, Martha Susan "Susan" (I25901)
 
40564 Tol was raised by his Uncle Tolbert Sanford Seay & Mary V. Cochran Seay. He & wife Annie Gray had 9 children:
Clarence
Emma Lucy
Jack
Harvey
Vincent
Lloyd
Harold Rusty
Guyman R.
Raymond 
Seay, Tolbert (I42252)
 
40565 Told his grandson, Carl Clontz, that he followed (on foot) an oxcart from
Tennessee to Rockcastle County, Kentucky, when he was small boy...Carl Clontz. 
Clontz, John Henry "Johnny" (I10226)
 
40566 Toledo is known as the "Imperial City" for having been the main venue of the court of Charles I, and as the "City of the Three Cultures", having been influenced by a historical co-existence of Christians, Muslims and Jews.

In 1085, the city fell to Alfonso VI of Castile as the first major city in the Christian Reconquista. Toledo has a history in the production of bladed weapons, which are now popular souvenirs of the city. 
Sancha de Ayala, Lady Donna (I37527)
 
40567 Tom Barnes papers: "J. Kirby, November 10, 1815 October 23,1894, Buried Hickory Grove Cemetery" Kirby, John C. (I23938)
 
40568 Tom Bragg | Interview | 13 Sep 2013 | tbragg@scottsboro.org, revisited or retrieved, recorded & uploaded to the website, www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Friday, July 21st, 2017, by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com Source (S51400)
 
40569 Tom Corley, Jr., telecon interview, October 7, 1993. Source (S18352)
 
40570 Tom Hennesssee remembers that his father could "talk" the fire out of a burn...DAH Hennessee, Melvin Floyd "Shorty" (I1149)
 
40571 Tom Jennings, obituary, "The Southern Standard", date unknown,
abstracted by Margie Tucker.
WC Cemetery List - Book II, p. 165 
Source (S25001)
 
40572 Tom Jennings, obituary, "The Southern Standard", date unknown,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S4168)
 
40573 Tom Judkins, obituary, "Southern Standard", November 19, 1973,
abstracted by Margie Tucker
WC Cemetery List - Book II, p. 236 
Source (S22229)
 
40574 Tom Judkins, obituary, "Southern Standard", November 19, 1973,
abstracted by Margie Tucker 
Source (S22222)
 
40575 Tom Judkins, obituary, "Southern Standard", November 19, 1973,
abstracted by Margie Tucker,"Warren County,TN Cemetery Book II"p. 72 
Source (S22239)
 
40576 Tom Magness | Family Group Records & Personal Knowledge | 11 Nov 1994 | 3076 Old Rock Island Road, Rock Island, TN 38581 | 615/686-2726 Source (S25285)
 
40577 Tom was a local genealogist for Bledsoe, Sequatchie and other surronding counties. I met Tom in 1990 and he started me on my HARMON quest. At the time I did not realize what an important source he was. I was new at genealogy and failed to recognize how important his research was ... DAH Beavert, Thomas Alexander "Tom" (I6810)
 
40578 Tombstone Source (S11)
 
40579 Tombstone inscription reads, "His toils are over, his work is done, and he is fully Blest, He fought the fight to Victory, won and entered into Rest." Magness, Perry Green "Old Grandsir" (I765)
 
40580 Tombstone Inscription reads;

OKLAHOMA
CPL US ARMY World War II PH 
Hennessee, James Edward "Cotton" (I2824)
 
40581 Tombstone Inscription, "Rest Mother you have ceased from your labors and entered into your Rest She embraced religion early in Life and died triumphant." Cantrell, Mary "Polly" (I766)
 
40582 Tombstone names father as "W.T."... Hennessee, Mahaila J(ane) (I2943)
 
40583 tombstone on the property of Colonel John Sudderth Hennessa, Patrick (I915)
 
40584 Tombstone reads: In Memory of Mary Rae who departed this life 12 Feb 1814 age 71 years Bolling, Mary "Polly" (I24919)
 
40585 Tombstone Records, City Cemetery, Smithville, TN; "Sallie E. West, wife of
R. B. West, born in Amherst County, Virginia, Nov. 24, 1846, died Smithville,
Tennessee, Feb. 23, 1873."
Enumerated as 'Robert R. West' ind 1850 DeKalb census, p. 18 
West, Robert B. (I4271)
 
40586 Tombstone says: aged 14 years, 5 months, & 8 days.

Could be son of John G. & Martha Hennessee Ferree. Martha’s mother was Nancy Sudderth Hennessee. Joseph was born in 1853.

Nancy Sudderth was a sister of Col. John Sudderth who is buried in this cemetery. Likewise, Nancy's husband, Patrick Hennessee (Hennesa) is buried in the Sudderth Cemetery to the left of grandson, Joseph A. Ferree. Joseph A. Ferree's grandmother Nancy is buried in North Cove in McDowell County NC. She went there to live with a son after the death of her husband, Patrick Hennessee. 
Ferree, Joseph Alexander (I3538)
 
40587 Tombstone, erected many years later by my family, says Kanzada Bunton, however she signed her name Canzada Bunton. Her parents were John A. Wilsher and Elizabeth Canzada Carter.

Her maiden name was also spelled Welcher, and Wilcher.

After the death of her husband John Lonzo Bunton, she married David Thompson. 
Wilsher, Canzada (I40387)
 
40588 Tombstone, Mount View Cemetery, Warren Co.,TN Source (S50117)
 
40589 Tombstone, Mt. View Cemetery, Warren Co.,TN Source (S16813)
 
40590 Tommy Goodson b abt. 1900 died White Co. TN

Posted By:Darren Aspinall

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Subject:Tommy Goodson b abt. 1900 died White Co. TN

Post Date:November 09, 2002 at 08:41:11

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I am looking for info on a Tommy Goodson who was born about 1900, and died abt. 1926, he was married to an Edna Johnson ( could be Margaret Edna ) and had a son Clyde Goodson, i cant find any info on Tommy and all i know right now till i can get to TN is that he is buried in Springhill Cemetary nr. Sparta in White Co. TN...

does this name ring any bells with anyone as i am kinda stuck, Clyde is my wifes Grandfather and was born in 1926 shortly before his father died and died in 1998 and is also buried in Springhill Cemetary as is Edna..thanks Darren
 
Goodson, Thomas Cantrell "Tommie" (I8882)
 
40591 Tommy Webb notes that Nancy was the illegitimate child of Nancy Roberts and
Julius Webb.
Second marriage was to "Turner"...DAH 
Webb, Nancy (I4064)
 
40592 Tompkins cites a marriage to Miss Willoughby...DAH/p.12

end of note 
Neal, Pleasant L. (I15056)
 
40593 Tompkins,Katie Sarver;1211 Joseph Avenue,Nashville 7,TN, compiled 1954;
1860 DeKalb Census,p.153 
Source (S35702)
 
40594 Tompkins,Katie Sarver;1211 Joseph Avenue,Nashville 7,TN, compiled 1954;
1870 DeKalb Census,p.172 
Source (S35705)
 
40595 Tonbridge Castle is situated in the town of the same name, Kent, England.

The twin towered gatehouse was built by Richard de Clare, third Earl of Hertford or his son Gilbert. Construction of the gatehouse took 30 years, being completed in 1260.

Map, images, history & source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonbridge_Castle 
de Clare, Lady Margaret (I43461)
 
40596 Tonbridge Priory was a priory in Tonbridge , Kent , England that was established in 1124. It was destroyed by fire in 1337 and then rebuilt. The priory was disestablished in 1523.

The building stood in 1735, but was a ruin by 1780. The remains of the priory were demolished in 1842 when the South Eastern Railway built the railway through Tonbridge, the original Tonbridge station standing on its site. 
Stafford, Sir Ralph Knight, 1st Earl of Stafford (I43458)
 
40597 Tonbridge Priory was a priory in Tonbridge, Kent, England that was established in 1124. It was destroyed by fire in 1337 and then rebuilt. The priory was disestablished in 1523.

Tonbridge Priory was established in 1124 by Richard Fitz Gilbert de Clare, who held Tonbridge Castle. He was buried in the priory following his death in 1136.

Map, image & source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonbridge_Priory 
de Clare, Lady Margaret (I43461)
 
40598 Tonbridge Priory was a priory in Tonbridge, Kent, England that was established in 1124. It was destroyed by fire in 1337 and then rebuilt. The priory was disestablished in 1523. The building stood in 1735, but was a ruin by 1780. The remains of the priory were demolished in 1842 when the South Eastern Railway built the railway through Tonbridge, the original Tonbridge station standing on its site.

Map, image & history ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonbridge_Priory 
de Audley, Sir Hugh 1st Baron Audley (I43460)
 
40599 Tony Brazell | 19 Sep 2012 | cabrazell@hotmail.com Source (S52543)
 
40600 Tony Martini has put together an excellent biography with lots of location shots in Middle Tennessee ... http://graveyardgossip.blogspot.com/2010/03/martini-family-jesse-dodson-frontier.html Dodson, Elder Jesse Buford Sr. (I310)
 

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