Cyndia Hopkins was born on 20 September 1902 and died on 26 September 2005, 3 days before her 103rd birthday.
Sarah S. Howard thought she was over 100 years old, but she was “only” 98 when she died. She was born in 1861, not 1855.
Stephen Henry Hopkins and his wife Malinda Ann Poff left the Cumberland Gap area in a wagon train heading west about 1869.
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.
Louise Anna Lanier died on 10 April 1947 in Duval County, Florida after being treated for over a month for cognitive heart disease, hypertension, and chronic nephritis.
Janie Lydia Ramsey, an avid genealogist, was born on 8 April 1889 and died four days after her 99th birthday on 12 April 1998.
Delinda Younger Weeks married Elisha Shaw on 13 March 1831 in Pope County, Illinois. Delinda’s first husband and father of her first six children, James Weeks, died around 1827 in Livingston County, Kentucky.
John Malone and Gracie Eaves John Malone was born on 14 Sep 1778 in Virginia. His parents have not been proven but his father may have been either Robert or John Malone who were in Rutherford County, North Carolina as early as 1779. Gracie Eaves was born on 10 Nov 1780 in North Carolina, probably […]
Samuel W. Jackson and Lavinia Malone Samuel W. Jackson was born about 1797 in North Carolina. His parents were Coleby R. Jackson and Charity (maiden name unknown). Samuel almost certainly had siblings but I don’t know any of their names. Lavinia Malone was born about 1801 in Rutherford County, North Carolina. She was the daughter […]
Today’s surname is Malone, the name of one of my 3rd great-grandmothers. 4. John William McCauley (my paternal grandfather) 8. Joseph Smith Lanier 17. Charlotte Jackson 35. Lavinia Malone Born abt. 1801, Rutherford County, North Carolina Married Samuel W. Jackson Died abt 1863, probably in Heard County, Georgia 70. John Malone Born 14 Sep 1778, […]