My Relationship : 5th Great Grandmother
Birth: 1789, Lincoln County, North Carolina
Death: 8 Nov 1873, Dry Pond, Lincoln County, North Carolina
Marriage with: Temple SHELTON
Marriage: 1805, Lincoln County, North Carolina
Child: Samuel Tunston SHELTON Birth: 2 Jun 1806, Lincoln County, North Carolina
via Lucy ABERNATHY.
WAR BETWEEN THE STATES REENACTMENT – MAY 2ND AND 3RD, 2015! RAIN OR SHINE!
Fiddler’s Green is the home of Chris and Heather Dempsey. This is the location of the annual Civil War Re-enactment “Skirmish at Fiddler’s Green”, which takes place the first full weekend of May every year. This year it is May 2nd and 3rd. The home is also available for private tours by appointment, weddings, photography sessions, both inside and out, as well as other venues throughout the year. Contact: 256-435-6055
via Fiddler’s Green – Jacksonville, AL.
Jules Pierre Gillette
Jules Pierre Gillette, 49, passed away Tuesday, August 19, 2014, at RMC in Anniston. He was born to Carl Gillette and Susanne Coolidge in Saginaw, Mich. He was a painter and made puppets. He was recently employed at Design World in Oxford. Survivors include his wife, Jennifer Clark Gillette, of Jacksonville; His mother, Susanne Coolidge Partain; children, Lorelei and Kassi Gillette and also his step-children, Mikey and Molly Trainer. Memorial Service will be held Saturday, August 23, 2014, at 10 a.m. in Cedar Springs School, 26 Cedar Springs Drive, Jacksonville Al. with the Rev. Lin Veasey officiating. Dansby Heritage Chapel is honored to serve the Gillette Family.
via Jules Pierre Gillette Obituary – Piedmont, AL | The Anniston Star.
Hattie Estelle Crowther
Found 10 Records, 9 Photos and 189,066 Family Trees
Born in Abbeville, South Carolina, USA on 24 Oct 1872 to James Ibzan Crowther and Jane Elizabeth Pruitt. Hattie Estelle married John Swilling McFall and had 5 children. She passed away on 2 Nov 1940 in Anderson, Anderson, South Carolina, USA.
via Hattie Estelle Crowther.
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