Cyndia Hopkins was born on 20 September 1902 and died on 26 September 2005, 3 days before her 103rd birthday.
Alfred Owens, born on 20 September 1803 in Wilkes County, North Carolina, was the eleventh of thirteen children born to David Owens and Winifred Mullins.
Stephen Henry Hopkins and his wife Malinda Ann Poff left the Cumberland Gap area in a wagon train heading west about 1869.
Robert Burke Taylor was born on 14 August 1870 in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and died there on 11 August 1948, three days before his 78th birthday.
Genealogy research uncovers many children who lived very short lives—some unknown to later generations. Herbert Hankins, son of Albert Elvie Hankins and Mary Ella Edmonds, and Roxie Hankins, daughter of Richard Thomas Hankins and Bettie Smith, were two of those children.
Hugh Cole, born on 29 June 1628 in Barnstaple, Devonshire, England, was five years old when he, his parents, and siblings immigrated from England to Plymouth Colony in 1633.
Kathleen White Neely appeared in a Life Magazine ad for Maytag washers in 1961.
Jefferson F. Lanier joined Company I of the 13th Regiment of the Alabama Confederate Infantry on 19 July 1861. He died less than a year later.
Melissa Caroline Lanier, the eighth of eleven children born to William Washington Lanier and Charlotte T. Jackson, was born on 21 Mary 1854 in Georgia.
John Lavender married Nancy Tudor on 28 April 1837 in Lincoln County, Kentucky. She was not the mother of his children who were grown by that time.