Tracey gray yarger
My great grandmother was Isabelle Sasser
Vicki (Bruner) Brunswick
Came across this site on google. I am Bennie Bruner's daughter.
Ft. Loramie/ oh
My GGGGGG grandfather is George All Sizemore who married Agnus Shepherd. They had a son named Edward born in 1778(my GGGGG gf). Edward married Louanna Bolen and had a son named Ephraim Sizemore who is my GGGG grandfather. I am researching my family tree trying to find where exactly our indian hertiage started. I knew there was a Chief in the family but I could never figure out where in the line. I would love to share information. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com. There is a Sizemore family reunion this weekend in Okla City, OK. My grandmother is a living Sizemore.
Was looking at your chart and hoping to find the marriage date/location of my great-aunt Sarah Burton to John Broughton <1867>, but found this instead:
(8) John Broughton
b: 20 Jun 1841 Rockcastle Co, KY
d: 06 Dec 1917 Tinsley, KY
m: Sarah Bloomer<------------
WHO IS SARAH BLOOMER?
John Broughton m'd Sarah BURTON d/o Jesse & Margaret Brooks Burton of Rockcastle Co. KY.
Sarah BURTON born ca1846 Rockcastle Co. KY & John Broughton are in the 1880 Rockcastle Co. KY Census enumerated in HH 314-314, John Broughton, listed at 32 but should be age 38-39, born KY, coal miner.
Sarah listed at 29, Sarah Burton would be 33-34 in 1880.
The Broughton children listed below are John and Sarah Burton BROUGHTON'S CHILDREN!
(1) James Broughton
(2) Jesse Broughton
b: Jun 1868
(3) Robert Broughton
b: Feb 1870 Pulaski Co, KY
m: Martha Beddow
b: 14 Nov 1876 Knox Co, KY
d: 26 Jul 1906 Knox Co, KY
(4) Mollie Broughton
b: 16 Jun 1871
(5) William H. Broughton
b: 14 Sep 1873
(6) Eliza J. Broughton
b: Mar 1880
(7) Maggie Broughton
b: Feb 1882
(8) Sarah Broughton
b: Mar 1885
Please contact me and let me know what your source is for this Sarah Bloomer?
Thank you very much!
Janie Merida Watt
Very good. Always looking for my Knox/Clay County family of Merida. They married into lots of early day families. Gladly share information.
Jennifer Green Pardue
Really enjoyed the site. Frank Whitis is my great-grandfather through his daughter Iva who married David Green (my paternal grandparents) who had my father David Green Jr. Would love to share more info.....lots of great stories!
I was curious and found this site. My Grandfathers name was Alfred A. Attaway. I believe his family lived in texas until moving to Duncan AZ. My dad and I have wondered about the origination of the first Attaways. If anyone has any answers or know about my family please send me an E-mail.
San Diego CA
Nice listings; I am looking for Benjamin Napier who was a veteran of the Battle of Put-in-Bay in western Lake Erie and later "homesteaded" Cunningham's Island, making agreements with local indians who were seasonal visitors, but was evicted (1835) by Irad and Datus Kelley, who created in court the assertion that the island should have been part of the Western Reserve, although it had never been mapped, and the islands name was changed to Kelley's Island. I do not know if he is the same Benj. Napier who commanded several Lake Erie trading schooners in the 1840s, but it seems probable. Thanks again, Richard M
Larry Gene Cheek
Son of Henley Opal Cheek & Carrie (Callahan) Cheek, born 1951 in Franklin, Indiana. Henley was son of William Franklin Cheek born 1885 in Kentucky, died in 1968 in Franklin, Indiana. William Franklin Cheek was son of Floyd (DOC)Cheek of Kentucky, son of Robert Cheek and Margaret Cox.
Great site! I would love to find out where to get a copy of the information about Ellander Sasser's marriage to Ferna N.B. Oliver (or at least know where it came from). I believe that my g-g-grandfather was a brother of Fern, and I am looking for more information about the Oliver side of the family. Thanks.
gracie jordan epperson
barnwell south carolina
i would like to say "thank you" for the page and all the info i never knew existed. if i can help in any way with info let me know. i am the youngest child of tip jordan. thank you again
Does anybody know of any upcoming Sasser reunions?
I decend through Polly and Joseph Doan, son, Henry-b1822, son, John R. b-1856, my father, John D. b-1909 and me. Thank you for the website, Diana Doane
Connie (Serviere) Baccus
Just wanted you to know I found this site very intresting. Was looking up info on my family name Serviere and found info on my Aunt Genene and Uncle Jimmy Sasser. Your site has lead me to someone with more info on the Serviere name too. If anyone has more info on the Serviere name I would be most intrested. Thanks a bunch!
Carl Eugene Sasser
I have 2 sad updates for this great web site. My Mother, Mary Coburn Sasser passed away 4/23/2003 and is buried with my Father, Francis Eugene Sasser, in Lehigh Acres, Fla. My oldest Daughter, Michelle Renee Sasser McMillan, passed away 9/24/2004 and is buried in Greenville, NC. My Aunt, Wilma Maudine Sasser Snedeker passed away a few years ago, can't remember the date, I beleave she might be buried in Port, OK. I'm not too computer savy but if someone would drop me an E-Mail and tell me how to do it I could supply some updates and minor dates / spelling errors I see in my direct line.
Carl Eugene Sasser
The picture you have of Rufus Bruner is of Rufus, Jr. who is my father. The Rufus, Sr. you list married to Golden Casteel is my grandfather and grandmother. You have a great site keep it up. My father has compiled quite a bit of genelogical history on the Bruners.
elizabeth begley elsasser cook
the original begley family was chased out of england and then northern ireland by oliver cromwell. Since then, the Begleys have bred like rabbits all over the world. I can trace my roots from spain, england, germany (elsasser and saussers) and france and then ireland and england and of course, those wild begley in australia. Now they are all over europe, usa, canada, south american and even in india(doing charity work)....your website shows the american side is strong and vibrant...those forebearers of ours sure had will and determination and mostly they would not give up their religious faith and perserverance no matter what the financial cost. Keep up that same faith in the good and the Lord! Thanks, beth in fl
Tammy Jo Meier Massa
I was interest in seeing who shared my same name.
Mona Kinslow Hensley Kelley
My Grandfather was Hugh Hensley his Father John William Hensley his father Andrew J hensley his father Levi hensley the other side of my Family were the Kinslow's from Tennessee thanks Mona
David Allen Winkler
Im the eldest son of Clifton Winkler,my grandfather was Clayton Winkler married Delphia Stanley.Interested in meeting more family please e-mail me.
I am Leslie Jean Jackson/Omans.I am related to the "Reams,Reames & Allied Families",including two of the "Sassers" who married into our family.I have the "Reams,Reames,& Allied Families Book".Thank you for this site,which has helped me locate info on some family members whose info was missing.My mother's mom was Lucille Dorothy Reames,etc.& on down the line to John & Alice Reams.They originated from Germany to various parts of VA.,& TN.to KY.,MO.,Ore.,CA.,N.C.,S.C.,GA.,Ill. Ohio,etc.Check out my family web site.You may have to sign in as--owlloverbabe,then put in the password--loveiskind.I am just adding the Reams,& reames Families to my site.I have made many calls to up date my unknown info,etc.It is always wonderful,& happy news to connect w/more family members.Does anyone have any pictures of Nora(Reams)& Elmer Sasser together? Any of their children?Thomas J.Bales & Lucy Ann Catherine (Reams)?, & Is there any of their children? Sincerely, Leslie Jean Jackson/Omans 3375 Elm St.(Apt.B) San Diego,CA.,92102 (619)696-8182 firstname.lastname@example.org
I use to be married to Dana's ex husband. Just found this page by accident by looking up some history on my name. Litte Danny has grown to be such a handsome little boy. I am sure he makes his mother very proud.
Cedar Park, TX
In reading the guest book I have discovered that Michelle Sizemore (didn't giver her email) is looking for the sizemore history, our family is related to the sizemores and I have a website that will help her greatly. Michelle email me.
Cedar Park, Texas
I am researching our(Saylor) ancestors. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
James B Williams
My father's mother's maternal grandmother was Elanor Sasser born in Georgia 1828.
Eva Begley of Boone, KY was my ggrandmother, her line traces to George All Sizemore... great site!
Charles Lawrence McHarg
I would like to know more about the reason why we had to change our name from Graham and leave Scotland?
Multiple sets of documentation on your web page has identified Grace Benjey as the spouse of George ASHER. I would be most excited to view verification of this. My reason is simply that this same Grace Benjey (parents are Samuel Lusk Benjey and Elizabeth Dowis) is my grandmother because she was married to George ASHURST of Somerset. She moved from Somerset to Whitley County around 1914, without George. After her son Omer was born, she moved to Wallins Creek, KY in Harlan County. My father, John, and his older sister, Viola, were born in prior to her leaving Pulaski County. Again, I don't dispute the BENJEY-ASHER marriage but wonder if this was an error becasue of the similarity of ASHER and ASHURST. I would be open to any information supporting or rejecting this relationship.
My address: email@example.com
Donald C. Sasser
Born and raised in Opp, Alabama. ggs of John Byrd Sasser of Crenshaw county Alabama
vivian d cobb
What a great find! I have not seen the rest of my family tree before. My great grandfather was Robert Newton Root. fyi...my sisters middle name is spelled Renee ;)
Chicago area, Illinois
I don't believe I'm related to your Sassers, but the information you had included on the site about the origions of the name was quite interesting. If anyone comes to you looking for John Sasser born in Salzberg, Austria in 1856 send them my way! Thank you and good luck on your continuing research!
I was just looking for relitives that might be related to Mary C. Bledsoe and Susan Bledsoe. There father and mother were John Henry Bledsoe and Hepzibah Elizabeth Gilbert. Mary C. Bledsoe is My g grandmother, Susan Is My g aunt. The sisters were married to Yarbrough men. Mary was married to Brock the 1st time. Thank you Kathy
Rosa Brock & Speed Taylor Durham were my great grandparents. I remember my grandfather's brothers talking about our Native American heritage. So very glad to have found your web site.
Kimberly Hubbard Gilkison
Interesting, noticed a mistake "right Church, wrong pew". My Grandmother is Nora Sasser Hubbard. You have switched her photograph with sister, Dessie.
Thank you, this is wondwerful.
wanting too know where "estep" came from thx jarrett estep
City/State: Newburgh Indiana
I really liked your site, but thought I should let you know about a discrepancy on the lineage. Earlier in the lineage of Jonathon's children you have Jesse Fugate born 1822 as an elder son of Jonathan. Later you have him as a son of Polly his sister. He was not a Clemmons. He was a Fugit and Clemmons was not his middle name. He was my GGG Grandfather. FYI, under Harlan Wilson Pomroy Fugate's (my grandfather)children you are missing his last four sons (all deceased now) William Keaton Fugate, James Goodlow Fugate, Carl Eugene Fugate and my father, Harlan Hagins Fugate(named after his father and mother's side). I can share more with you if you would like. My name is Hagins Fugate and my son is Justin Hagins Fugate.
Joe and Chris Panico
Greetings: Back in 1977, my family and I visited a small establishment in Mountain Home, Arkansas that sold Junior Cobb's carvings. During our stay in Mountain Home, I purchased several preachermen carvings and gave them to family and friends. I still have my carving with the origianl purchase receipt. I understand that Junior Cobb was featured in a National Geographic magazine in 1976, 1977, or sometime around then. Can you provide me with information on the volume, etc. Junior Cobb was featured in? I would really apprecaite any help you can provide. Thank you kindly and keep on carving!
california/live in Yuba city
I believe this is bobbie sue's site and if it is, hope youre okay, haven't heard from you in awhile. anyway, i have a question for you...i may have overlooked it. Do you know anything about a Albert Taylor born and raised in Cherokee, North Carolina? He was married to a Cecilia Maney(still living) and he passed away about 7yrs. ago. He was in his 80's when he died. I'm thinking he was born around 1910 to 1913, but not sure. I was just wondering if this taylor was part of our family line. hope to hear from you soon.
This is one of cody's old friends. I miss him alot. I haven't talked to him in forever because he moved away. I would really like to talk to him again if someone could help me out with that. He knows who I am if you could just tell him I miss him an wanna talk to him. Or you could email me and give me his number if you have it. I would really appriciate it if you would. Thanks!
This is a great site for Moore genealogy. One comment, James G.(S) Moore and Mary Jane Becknell had a third child, Emma, b.Nov 12, 1880, d.Jul 2, 1969. Emma married Wm.Preston Brandenburg, son of Samuel Dooley Brandenburg and Lucy Hoover. Emma and William are my grandparents. They are buried in the Brandenburg Cemetery at Cressmont, KY. James Moore's middle initial is listed as "S" on both Martin's birth registration and Emma's soc. sec. application; however, it is listed as "G" in census reports. I don't know which is correct, most people show it as "G" but I'm inclined to believe it is "S".
James A. McHargue
Grand Rapids, MI
I am the grandaughter of Rachel Garrett Stacy.She was the grandaughter of George and Rachel Combs Allen.