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Such fun to wander through the families of familiar old names from Brownsville area! A really nice website!
It gives me ideas about one of my own family!
D. Faye Naylor Geverdt
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I have found this site most useful in tracing my Marshall roots in Haywood County. Thank you.
Robert M. Pitcher
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This is an awesome website! I am married to Troy Campbell (Robert and Janette's son.)
His grandparents have told me lots of stories about Dancyville and it is an awesome feeling
to see some of the things that they talked about!
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Thank you for your Guest Book.
I am a descendant of Roger Dansey born 1850. He was a son of Richard Dansey.
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I am the son of Peter Hudgins he passed in 1945. I was 4 years old, born Aug. 17, 1941. My mother was Delia Byrd.
I have moved back here after living in Chicago for 50 years.
Jessie L. Hudgins
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My ancestor was William Price Kerr through his daughter Frances Caroline from second wife Rachel Oxley.
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Hello, I am from England. Chances are I'm related to your lot. Distantly, we came over with the Normans, in 1066.
From a place called Anicey, in France.
ps: I love bourbon whisky!
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I really enjoy this site. I am a Kerr descendant.
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Jim after making a connection to a Gearald Johnston out of New Mexico, I find that the inforamtion on Benjamin Towler's son-in-law a John Reese married to Martha Towler should be Isham Reese and their son John Reese is correct, he is just not a Jr. On Benjamin's will you can clearly see John Reese the son but on the father's name was smeared with ink. Gerald Johston and Francis Gill pointed out to me that an Isham Reese lived next to Benjamin Towler in Rutherford County, TN and also found in Dinwiddie County, VA. When I first saw a portion of the will in print in Gibson County someone had already listed John Reese Sr instead of Isham and I took it to be correct, my mistake.
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Jim, the pictures are great. Thanks for scanning them. TJB
Tyrrell J Bond
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Rita & Bill Jakes
Doing research for Dorothy Moore, Bill's Great Aunt.
I was just looking and trying to find some info on my Grandfather`s Seabee unit in WW II, and saw the 27th NBC.
He was in the the27th also. If maybe someone knew him? James A. Ashworth is his name. If any one knows him let me .
Your web site is FAB
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I am looking for information about my husband's family. All we know is that his great grandfather was a sheriff in a small town in Missouri.
His grandfather left home at thirteen when his father remarried. John's father was Irwin Orville Claxton, his brother was Oral Clarence.
They grew up around El Dorado Kansas. I'm wondering if there is a connection to this branch of Claxtons, would love to hear. John's
grandmother was Mabel Ward Claxton.
Mrs. John R. Claxton
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I like all you have done.
Robert Harrison Dancy
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Wonderful site !!! Mary Kay Smith - please contact me, as I am unable to locate your e-mail address.
Thanks so much for all of your work and dedication. Jackie Dancy Kelley, daughter of
Benjamin "Jack" Dancy & Pauline Swift Dancy.
Jackie Dancy Kelley
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Gary Kerr Milner
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Thanks to Mary Kay Dancy Smith for all she has done.
Judy Dancy McNabb
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Thank you so much for information found on Haywood County websites. My grandmother Marie Frances Barden Key Rogers
was from Dancyville as was my mother Mary Ella Key. I am having trouble with the Carneys and the Britts. Marie married
Charles B. Key. His father was William P. Key and his mother was Ella Carney. I have info on the Keys but nothing on Ella.
I also need information on Marie's mother Mary Jeanette Britt(Mollie) who married John Thomas Barden. Any help would be
greatly appreciated. I have a 1933 picture of the Dancyville PTA and my grandmother named each lady. I will be glad to share.
I also have pictures of the Bardens and their 11 children and a picture of William P. Key and Charles B. Key of Haywood County.
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I am the Granddaughter of James Frank Dancy. I was surprised to find so much information on the Dancyville site.
My parents are Luther Thomas Roberts and Lelia Elizabeth Dancy Roberts.
Ina Faye Roberts Gierhart
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Enjoyed your site. I am a descendant of Richard Dansey of 'Easton Court' Little Hereford and 'Brinsop Court' who died in 1813.
I have been researching the Dansey Family for over 30 years now and welcome any research contacts.
Kevin L. Tetley
New South Wales, Australia
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Joshua and Temperance Hughes on the 1860 Shelby County census are 4 houses down from James,
age 35, and Ruth, 24, with 4 sons, one of which I believe is my gr-gr-grandfather, Joshua Marcus Hughes.
Does anyone have any information to help identify these neighbors of Joshua and Temperance? Many thanks.
Silas Osgood Hughes, Jr.
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I had orginally sent in a request for assistance back in June of 2003, regarding my Grandfather Louis Dancy.
I have since found out some information that was written in my Grandmothers (Margaret Miller Dancy) Family Bible.
John Coleman Dancy married Ella Chaney on August 23, 1903. Two children: Louis Chaney Dancy (my Grandfather)
DOB, Sept 24, 1904. John Edward Claxton Dancy DOB, Nov 8, 1906. There is also a Memoranda for
Lillie Belle Chaney DOB, Oct 12, 1869; died Feb 2, 1923.
If any names are familiar to anyone please let me know. Thanks for the great Web site! Lisa Crane Chaudhry
Lisa Crane Chaudhry
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Francis Littlebury Dancy III
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Hi James, I just found that I am a descendant of Joshua Hughes, through William J. Hughes, and his daughter
Fannie (Mary Francis) Hughes McGaughey. And I found the Dancyville Site. I have not been able to find an
email address for Mary Kay Dancy Smith or Jimmie Dancy. I attempted to sign the guest book and that didn't
work either. Can you help me make contacts with my new cousins. Thanks.
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I enjoy living here.
Dorothy Morris Johnson
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Looking up background of John H. McCraney and came across your site. I appreciate all the hard work. Anyone should have information on John H. McCraney, born around 1844 I would appreciate the help. He fought in Civil War and was held prisoner by the Union but survived. I'm attempting to find where he is buried.
John Justin McCraney
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