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My great-great grandfather was Jeremiah Haugh, b.1838, County Limerick, Ireland. He came to the states in 1850. In 1863 he m. Margaret Quinn. They had 5 children. My great-grandfather, Harry Haugh, was the youngest. Jeremiah was a Captain in the Company B, 86th Regiment. He established the Haugh Coal and Ice Company in Delphi, IN. He d. March 1908, and is buried in St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, Delphi. At some point there was a rift in the family, it would be interesting to me to know about it.
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I was Principal of the Dancyville School 1929-30. Kin to Lovick, Jones, Crawford. I am 95 and legally blind. Happy to find this.
Virgie Naylor Smith
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Former pastor - Dancyville Assembly Of God - 1956 - Beautiful People
V. H. Carter
My grandmother was Bessie Dancy Anderson Born 1899
Teresa Crowe Beck
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Wonderful information. I am descended from John Jackson Coppedge family and J. H. Armstrong family.
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Enjoyed the web site a lot. My branch of the family comes from central PA. and Ohio area.
Lost relatives in WV, TN, OH. Been working on genealogy for a lot of years. Lets hear from
you all. My favorite Aunt was from Tennessee, Wayne County.
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William and Susan C. Orendorff-Kerr are Uncle and Aunt, they originally were from Columbus, Ohio.
Then later made their home in Springfield Ohio, as agents for Nationwide Insurance. Now they are
retired living in Surprise, Arizona. I am doing genealogy on all the lines in the Orendorff Family and
noted the Kerr name as one of your Surnames. You have a nice site, very friendly.
Janet L. Orendorff
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Dancyville has a place in my heart.
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From one great Dancy to another, you guys are doing a fine job.
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I am looking for information on my Grandfather; Louis Dancy. He was born on September 24, 1905 and died in
September 1969 in Stanton, Haywood, Tn. I do not know his parents names at this time, although I am trying to
get this information from a family member. Any information anyone has will be greatly appreciated.
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My grandfather, Leman Clark Sammons was born in Dancyville and married a Mammie Langley
from Nutbush. I am still searchng to find if all seven of his brothers were born in the Dancyville area.
Thanks for the site and the memories.
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A very nice site. Its nice to see people are still interested in their past and how their name was part of history.
David A. Moore
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In our recent quests to find our roots, we have discovered Alexander Dancey is a very common thread.
My Grandfather was Thomas Alexander (but I recently heard from my aunt that he went by Alexander)
and my great grandfather Alexander, who came to Canada in the 1800's with his mother and brothers
after his father, a linen maker and horse trader in Armagh, Ireland died. I think the Dancey's (or whatever spelling)
were put on earth to pro-create. Great site. Hope to hear from you. From Ottawa, Canada.
My father was Douglas Dancey (b.1905 d.1988) his father
was Thomas Alexander (m. Annie Pegg)
and his father was Alexander (m. Maria Helem)
Marilyn Brown (nee Dancey)
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Just visited your web site for the first time. Very interesting. I still have very fond
memories of Dancyville and the good people there.
David A. Clark, Jr
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I am looking for Hannah W. Dancy b:1803-15 in N. C., m:Isham E. Trotter;
He was from Tn. d. in Ala. Had daughter b. in Marion Co. Ala.-my g.gran.M;Harley Clark.
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Mrs. Roy Cecil Dancy (Billie)
Enjoyed looking at the graves.
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You all have interesting pages on your site....Good Job!!!
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Hello, Moore family can't wait to see you again.
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The reading of the Dancyville Methodist Cemetery and finding the listing for Vera Stribling Sanlin
- finally gave us peace of mind knowing where my husband's grandmother was laid to rest. We plan a visit.
Mrs. J. W. Smith
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