Lawrence County Researcher's Guest Book
August 16, 1997 ~ October 5, 1999
From: Frank Cotton
Date: Tue Oct 5 22:45:56 1999
A beautiful web site.
Excellent web site, very beautiful and well done all are to be commended on a fine job, I am looking for any info on the Cotton, Hurst, Fyffe, and Adkins line especially on the Cottons and a July Adkins, nicked named Gilly, she married my great Grandfather Lewis Cotton, the Cotton come into Lawrence County about 1810, thanks so much for any info anyone can give me. Very beautiful county you have as I have been there doing research.
From: Eugene J Stafford
Date: Tue Aug 17 13:49:49 1999
Stafford family goes way back in Lawrence and Johnson counties. I am having trouble sorting them out. Found your site by chance, I will keep in touch.
Date: Mon Aug 16 09:36:13 1999
Enjoyed the site even though I did not find what I need. I am searching for info on Mary Chandler b. 1885 in Lawrence Co. Father: James Mother: Rachel Maria Burton.
From: Buddy Hay
Date: Sun Aug 15 00:42:01 1999
Great resource, however I really get confused with all the hay/hays/hayes on the earlier census. My Hay family came to
Lawerence co early 1820's settled on the right fork of Blaine. They had a large family. Five of those sons married five Skaggs sisters. My gggrand father was James Hay. Are some of the Hayes, Hays, or Hay???? Thanks for any help.
From: Debbie Blakely
Date: Thu Aug 12 02:37:55 1999
Joanne, I just came back to see whats new! GREAT SITE!
I am researching --TRAVIS,TRAVER,TRAVERS,TRAVISS, TRAVISE, Butler, Wells,Snyder, Rains, Morris, Pierce,Roland & more especially in Eastern Tenn. PHILIP TRAVIS b. abt.1785 ( somewhere in VA. according to the 1860 TN. census) & married Polly RIANS in 1824 Jefferson CO., TN. Then married Sarah MORRIS,Sept. 01, 1836 in Jefferson Co, Tenn. There may have been a wife before both of these.
Children are as follows;
Marriages of most of these children were in Jefferson , Hamblen or Grainger Co., TN
1.) John Travis, b. 1828
2.) Elizabeth Travis, b. 1830, abt. 1853. Elizabeth had a child out of wed-lock. Bastardy bond was set against a Dr. Samuel N. TATE of Grainger Co., TN. Dr. Sam TATE was married to a different Elizabeth at the time. The trial was postponed three times. Before the case actually went to trial, Elizabeth Travis and the baby died. Philip Travis was later awarded $6.00 for the medical.
Date: Mon Aug 9 17:27:40 1999
Want to enter pictures
How would I go about sending pictures and info to you to post. and also is it ok it if post you on my website?
From: William Caudill
Date: Sun Aug 8 01:40:49 1999
One of the lost
Thank you for providing this site. I do not know much about my heritage, I never met my father, just know that he was from Kentucky.
From: Trish VanHoose
Date: Sat Aug 7 16:42:11 1999
I couldn't wait to get home to look at this site. What a great job you have done. I would also like everyone to know that I am looking for descendants of John Marion and Susan Francis (Rice) Travis. Marion was the son of Delilah Hayes and Greenville Travis. I believe he was there first born and Marion and Susan once stay with Dixon's on Travis Fork, of Brushy. Great to have met you. Trish
From: Josie Evans
Date: Sun Aug 1 00:02:02 1999
This is just great! I could listen at your music all night.
Thanks Josie Evans, Palestine, Tx
From: Juanita Hahn
Date: Thu Jul 29 23:34:35 1999
Pigg/ Hayes/ Salyer/ Salter/ Salyers/ Thompson info in Lawrence Co.
I love your site! As I look through the names, I think of all of the stories my parents told me about people they knew when they were growing up in Lawrence Co. My father was Virgil Ray Pigg, Jr., and my mother was Dimple Louise Hayes.
I've found quite a bit of info on my mom's side, through the Hayes family book and the 'Net, but can't find anything much on my mom's mother's side. My mom's parents were Charlie Hayes and Nancy Tennie Hayes (Thompson) of Busseyville. I know my grandmother had at least one brother, Bob Thompson, but I can't find anything else ANYWHERE.
Also...I can't find much on my dad's family. He was the son ofVirgil Ray Pigg, Sr. and Jennie Salyers (I've also seen it as Salter, Salyer and Salters). I have a paper copy of a 1900 census record showing Jennie. Her mother was Corilda Moore. I've heard so many stories about folks named Pack, Wellman, Dixon...and I see all of these names.
From: Joan Thompson Cook
Date: Thu Jul 22 17:19:12 1999
Gillmore/Ward/Carter also Thompson
Hi, my name is Joan Thompson Cook and I live in Tucson, Az and I'm just getting started looking up my Mother's (Celcia Bernice Ward Thompson Hetrick) and my Father's ( Chester Thompson) relatives whoare from Lawrence County Kentucky. My Mother's Moms was named Gertrude Gillmore and her Dad's name was Lavasco Ward. My Dad's Mom was named Hester Thompson and his Dad's name was Millard Thompson. If anyone has any information about my relatives please write me at my e-mail address. My Mother and Dad was living in Morrow County Ohio when they passed away. Mother just passed away in April, 1997 and Daddy passed away in Oct. 1969.
I came upon this Lawrence County Kentucky web site and I am really enjoying reading about all the information it gives. Keep up the Good Work.
Joan Thompson Cook
From: Mary Fisher
Date: Wed Jul 14 19:10:31 1999
I really enjoyed this website, it is great. I am the gg-granddaughter of ABRAHAM SMITH and AMY WILLIAMSON and I would like information on them, especially ABRAHAM. Their daughter EVE was born in Lawrence County in 1834.I am also researching the surnames of GREEN, EVANS,SMITH,THOMPSON, WILLIAMSON, WILEY,SELLARDS
From: Linda Cogar
Date: Sat Jul 3 19:55:28 1999
July 3, 1999
Hi all! This site is fantastic! Keep up good work, I am researching my JAMES/BOWEN line, and am enjoying your site. Thanks again.
Date: Sat Jul 3 15:36:45 1999
Lawrence Co Ky familes: The Casey's from Fallsburg Ky
Your site is beautiful. Super Job! Keep up the good work. Hope to see you add more families from the area! I love it!
From: David F Lawrence
Date: Fri Jun 25 01:18:49 1999
I am new to the wonderful world of genealogy
I am the great grandson of Clay & Maggie Lawrence from Nicholas County. My grandfather David was one of two sons and two daughters of Clay & Maggie. We believe the four children were born in Nicholas Cty. We found the record of the children in an 1895 school census on microfilm in Frankfort. My great uncle was Picket Bruce Lawrence who is buried in the Carlisle cemetary. My great aunts were Etna and Carlie. My grandfather is buried in the family plot in Winchester. My father was Charles Kenneth Lawrence who had two brothers David and Edward. All of my family with the exception of Aunt Pauline who is Uncle David's wife are buried together in the Winchester plot.
Aunt Pauline lives near her son David Lawrence in Winchester. Cousin David has a son David who resides in Winchester, also. From the family tradition of David Lawrences we feel that great grandfather's full name may be David Clay Lawrence or that my great great grandfather.
From: L. Max Travis, II
Date: Sun Jun 20 23:29:30 1999
I am a great-grandson of Greenville Travis & Delilah Hayes. Do you know if we are descended from the Champion Travis of Jamestown, VA? Also, how do I obtain a book on the early history of Lawrence Co?
Your site is great & Thanks!
From: Frances Pack
Date: Tue Jun 15 13:54:40 1999
Thanks for the wonderful info
I am the daughter of Edgel Pack. Son of Marideth Pack. Looking for any close relation. This web site is wonderful!
Thank you very much.
From: Sue Gordon
Date: Thu May 27 01:58:22 1999
Enjoyed this site. great info. keep up the good work.
From: Robert Moore
Date: Mon May 17 01:18:00 1999
Moore's and Cordles of Lawrence County
Wonderful page I have found a lot of information and some great photos.Keep up the good work.I have some photos I
would to summit how do I do it? I also have quite a bit of information on my home page: http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/m/o/o/Robert-Eugene-Moore/index.html
From: Phillip Whitt
Date: Sat May 15 14:03:25 1999
Just joined the Kentucky Konnections Web-Ring and was visiting other members sites. Lots of data here. Great!
From: Larry C. Jones
Date: Thu Apr 29 08:12:40 1999
My Great Grandfather Hiram Jones was born in Lawrence County on June 3, 1832, the son of Stephen Jones Jr. and ?. They may have stayed in Lawrence County until 1860 when they are found on the Carter County census. Prior to moving to Lawrence County Stephen and family are found in Knox and Harlan Counties.
This is a very nice site! Keep up the good work!
From: Brandi Cordle
Date: Tue Apr 27 22:12:14 1999
Thanks for the information!!!
Thanks for the information on the Cordle family history. Any one who has any extra information on my family please Email me. Thanks again!
From: Artell Brown
Date: Wed Apr 14 18:21:15 1999
Neal & O'Neal families
I'm looking for Jacob Louden Neal family. The wives were Mazie Jane O'Neal & Sarah Margaret O'Neal. My husbands grandmother Martha was born in Glenwood, Lawrence Co.
I'm adding this site to my list of favorites
From: Earl Greene
Date: Sat Apr 10 22:28:17 1999
Correction of E-Mail Address
The address shown in my original message was incorrect ! If you care to correspond please use this one ! Thanks !
From: : Earl Greene
Date: Sat Apr 10 22:24:37 1999
Greene, Hayes, Gussler,& Adams
Being a direct descendant of the Hayes's of Georges Creek and the Greenes of Rock House in Johnson County, I feel as if I"m related to everyone who has written ! I married into the Gussler & Adams families and am always looking for information on them ! This site is terrific and my sincere thanks and congratulations go to all those good people who put it together !
Date: Mon Apr 5 19:07:21 1999
great site: Looking for Lyons family
This is a really great site, but I'm having trouble gettting the new URL page. All I get it a blank page. Searching for James F. Lyons, born ca 1843. Married Pheba Cox. Thank You.
Date: Fri Apr 2 15:48:25 1999
Wish I had had something like this 45 years ago when I first got interested in genealogy. I know the hard work that someone put into this. Do you think that these pioneers would have ever dreamed that people today are still interested in them? Good Job
From: Steve Rigsby
Date: Tue Mar 9 19:21:20 1999
Nice site, good job, hope to visit often. Researching Rigsby/Riggsby,McDowell,Perry,Johnson,DeBoard, Skaggs,Seagraves/Sagraves,Ramey,Prince,& more
From: Charlotte Morrison
Date: Mon Mar 8 13:30:32 1999
I came to this site looking for Jordan ancestry. There are so many Jordans here and I haven't yet been able to attach mine to the ones here...but I hope I can! I have fallen in love with Lawrence Co. just from my visit to this site. I would be proud to call Lawrence Co. my "home".
From: Charlene Cordle
Date: Thu Mar 4 16:59:28 1999
Cordle, Caudle, Caudill & ect.
This is really a great page! Thanks for the address. My dad was really impressed. He recognized many names and some people in pictures. Was so glad to find out we are connected. Thanks again!
From: Richard 'Bud' Caudle
Date: Wed Mar 3 13:55:04 1999
Your Web Site
One of the best I've ever seen, and to think I just stumbled into it!! And of course, to me it is of great interest and importance. I, too, am from William and Jane Wheeler Cordial, through their son James who married Eleanor Thompson. I was very excited to find a picture of James's brother John, and one of Amos's headstone, but very disappointed to not find anything about James or the cemetery where William and James are buried. I definitely plan to come to Kentucky Memorial week this year. I've found out how to get to the cemetery at the head of Racoon Creek and intend to take a lot of pictures. I'll be staying at Matthew in Morgan County for a Caudle/Caudill family reunion on Trace Fork where James's son Wesley Thompson Caudle moved after his first wife Lucinda Lemaster died. They had been living in Johnston County.
Again, keep up the good work. You have an excellent page that will help a lot of people in their quest for finding family.
From: James W. Caudill
Date: Sat Feb 27 18:58:09 1999
This is my first visit and I am really impressed . Hope to see you often for more information.
Date: Wed Feb 24 11:54:49 1999
I would like to know if any one has any information on Joshua Johnson who married Amanda Louise,They had 2 kids(John and Elizabeth)And Amanda's mom's name was Louise and her father's was John,he got shot in Ca during the gold rush(someone shot him for his claim) The most i know is that Josh got shot in KY.and died at age 51 and Amanda died at age 82 i need to know where they were born and what excat year and town they died in.The only thing i know is that they were born some time in the 1800's and traveled west.
Thank you for your time,
From: Robert Hewlett
Date: Tue Feb 23 19:48:02 1999
I really enjoyed visiting this site. It's good to know that others are searching for ancestors in Lawrence County . A lot of sites have a place for queries, people submit, but have no response. Lawrence County people seem a lot more eager to help each other.
From: Barbara Justice
Date: Sun Feb 21 10:59:52 1999
Love your site.
Can you contact me direct? We have a lot of mutual relatives.
From: Jane Justice Massey
Date: Fri Feb 19 11:28:54 1999
Site has been very helpful
This site is great! It has been very helpful in adding more branches to my family tree.
From: Barbara Elliott
Date: Thu Feb 11 16:51:33 1999
A great site. I certainly enjoyed my visit. Keep up the good work, and thanks for all you do.
From: Isaac Caudill
Date: Wed Feb 10 15:19:59 1999
A very nice site .The Caudill`s Have site At: Caudill@caudill.org
From: Emogene (Skaggs)
Date: Thu Feb 4 01:22:07 1999
Skaggs from Lawrence Co
looking for my relatives in ky i now live in ca my father was andrew skaggs gg was john l skaggs gg caroline wright skaggs hope to hear from anyone who has info
From: ROSETTA GODBY
Date: Sun Jan 24 07:38:53 1999
FOUND MY GREAT GRANDFATHER AND GREAT UNCLE IN THE PACK DECENDENTS..JOHN PACK
From: Carol Cassady
Date: Fri Jan 8 20:34:17 1999
What a great page for Lawrence Co. I enjoyed it all. Thanks a bunch for all your time and work hard!
From: Norman Pack
Date: Thu Jan 7 02:05:05 1999
Really enjoyed my visit. Saw a lot of familiar names and places. My great grandfather Pharoah was born in Lawrence county, my brother Bernie is buried there and it looks like it was a Pack haven at one time. Thanks to all the dedicated people who take the time work on this.
From: Doug Jones
Date: Sun Jan 3 18:11:28 1999
Still lookin' good
This is my first visit since march 9, 1998 -- you're doing great!!!!
I'm looking for ancestors of my GGGGrandfather, James Jones, and his wife, Jane (Mahan) Jones, m. 24 May 1828 in Lawrence Co. -- Only know of one son, John, m. 1st Elizabeth Talley, and 2nd, Lucinda Murphy -- John had a total of about 16 children. ANY help on ANY of these names appreciated.
Doug Jones, Ferrum, Va.
From: Emmor Evans
Date: Fri Jan 1 09:48:46 1999
Hey this is great, good work! A lot of my family came from Law., Jhn, Floyd, Morg., Elliot, Carter, Greenup. This will really be a benefit for the Eastern part of our Great State. Thanx again. And hope 1999 will bring a Bunch of Kin together.
From: peggie harless
Date: Sun Dec 6 22:55:36 1998
i'm looking for george washington brown found him in 1900 census lc,ky his wife was lydia jobe had three children belva my grandmother ,martin and lewis do not known his parents or where they were from also looking for names and dates for lydia's family her father was elisha jobe from lc,ky can anyone help PLEASE? peg
From: Bessie Hill
Date: Sat Nov 14 04:11:08 1998
Ward's and Boggs
If anyone has any info on "Celie or Celia Ward" or "Clyde Boggs" they were my grandparents and I know nothing of them as she died when my mother was very young in the mid 1930's.I do believe she had a sister named"Bessie" who married a man named"Garfield ?"Any information would be greatly appreciated .P.S. I loved this site, I really felt like Lawrence Co. is HOME.
From: Tammy Caudill
Date: Wed Nov 11 05:16:51 1998
Nice job w/ the web page. Always interested in more info on the Caudill line. Do the names Les, Kimble, or Kenneth ring a bell? If so, would love to hear more from you!
From: Lu Smith
Date: Tue Nov 10 18:10:53 1998
How I loved your site. I could sit here all night but dinner is waiting--or should be!! Your cemetery photo's and scenes of Lawrence Co., brought tears to my eyes. No, I have never been there but next spring---. My gfather was born on Dry Ridge. WOW! Feel like I KNOW you all. Lu Jordan Smith
From: JanieCORDLE Drake
Date: Thu Nov 5 02:56:38 1998
CORDLE'S FROM LAWRENCE COUNTY,BLAINE KY.
YOU HAVE DONE A REALLY GOOD JOB! IT HAS BEEN ALOT OF HELP TO ME ,AND EVEN CONVINCED ME TO TA\KE A TRIP TO KY. I CAN;T WAIT TILL WE GET THERE! I'M LOOKING FOR THE CORDLES FROM RACCOON AND BRUSHY CREEK IN BLAINE, ANYONE WHO CAN TELL ME ABOUT CORDLE CEMETERYTHAT IS IN BLAINE,THAT IS WHERE ALL OF MY FAMILY IS BURIED,I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT ALSO WHO MINIARD CORDLES FATHER IS, MINIARD HAS SONS NAMED JUNIOR, WALKER, CHARLESAND DAUGHTERS NAMED NORMA(NORMIE) MARGRET (MAGGIE) BERNICE. PLEASE ANYONE KNOWING ANY INFO, PLEASE LET ME KNOW!
From: Gloria from PA
Date: Wed Oct 28 22:42:24 1998
Really enjoyed your selection of music while browsing thru your page. Looking for Diamond family in LC.
From: Billie Gibson
Date: Mon Oct 12 20:27:56 1998
Thank you for the help. We are searching, Travis, Tolliver, Stanley.Mullins, Lucases from Ky. Billie
From: Nancy Sparks Morrison
Date: Thu Oct 8 13:35:41 1998
Sparks, Hager, & connecting families
Thanks for hosting this page! I am searching for the following lines: Sparks, Smith, Williamson, Wiley, Sellards, Ramey/Remy, Jayne, Hager, Porter, Walker, Rutherford, Alleine, Birchfield, Musick, Collins, Cunningham, Countiss, Wood, And others. Many of these families have Melungeon roots. If you have had a 'brick wall' in some of these lines, post me and I wll send information on the Melungeons, via e-mail and FREE. See my family's website at: http://www.awod.com/gallery/rwav/sparky
From: Kay Brown
Date: Fri Sep 25 02:17:22 1998
This is truly a wonderful place. I think I might have a connection. It would be great. Thanks.
John Pack(@1813) m Matilda Ann (DeLong)Pack (@1813)
Calvin Crockett Pack,Sr.(1 Jan 1840-?) m. 24 June 1858 to V. Hannah Bruster (9 April 1838-d.23 Oct.1917)
Tinsley William Pack (b.22 March 1859-d.? 1928) m. 6 March 1881 Mollie May (Bruster) Pack (b. @1860-d.?)
Ollie (Pack) Knight (b.10 May 1884-d.26 June 1969)m. 3 Feb. 1901 to John William Knight (b. 29 Dec. 1876-d.14 May 1912).
Mollie Catherine (Knight) Gray(b. 9 April 1912-d.20 Aug. 1997)m. 21 April 1934 Amos (James) Gray(b.3 Sept. 1911-d.1 May 1995)
Glenda Faye (Gray) Musick (b.5 Sept. 1940)m. 17 April 1960 Jerry Dean Musick (b. 31 July 1941)
Anna Katherine (Musick) Brown (b.18 April 1961)m. 29 Nov. 1992 Herbert Irving Brown (b.16 Nov. 1951)
Hope this helps someone!! Wish I could creat a place like this. But I'm learning :o}
From: Ala Mae Skaggs Stein
Date: Mon Sep 21 22:46:10 1998
I came across your site quite by accident and what a wonderful surprise. Your work is excellent and I commend you on your details. I am searching for information about my father, Dr. Elbert T. Skaggs who passed away November 22, 1964. If any of your readers has any information about him I would be forever grateful. Thanks for sharing!
From: Laurie Wilcox
Date: Sun Sep 20 23:12:43 1998
Leo Boyd, wife Alice M. Davis and Goldie Lillian Boyd
My Grandmother disappeared in the 1950's and my mother never saw her again. I decided to find her for my mom. I just found her in the California Death index. I just found out that her parents were Leo and Alice M. Boyd. Have not been able to locate them, but Goldie was born in Louisa or Ullysess or Georges Creek. ANy information would help me! Marriage records, cemetary records, or sibling names. Goldie was Troubled and at the age of 16 went to live with Evangelist Omar Jacobs in Ohio. She later moved to Ohio and married Frank ( Mose ) McDonnell.
From: D. Snyder
Date: Tue Aug 25 02:04:41 1998
EXCELLENT SITE! I REALLY ENJOYED IT!
I have several distant connections to this site. Amanda Vanhoose- parents James Vanhoose & Elizabeth Hayes. Amanda married James Buchanan Preston- parents Greenville Preston & Exer Ward (Amanda & James Preston were my 2nd great-grandparents). Also William Henry Mills married Malissa Ward her parents were James A. Ward & Jane Wheeler (Henry & Malissa Mills were also my 2nd great-grandparents). Mattie Elmer Preston married Albert Mills and they had my grandmother Ruby Mills. I have alot of Van Hoose & Preston info. Not much on Ward. Some on Wheeler. Very little on Mills.
You've done a great job on this site!
From: Pat Shepard
Date: Thu Aug 20 00:18:54 1998
This is a great site with lots of answers . I want to stay up all night reading this. Thanks
From: Sandee Jones
Date: Mon Aug 17 00:51:05 1998
THANK YOU!! This is by far the best spot on the web. You have not only made the difficult task of locating relatives easy but fun. I am researching Joshua R. Wheeler's family. If anyone has information they would like to share it would be greatly appreciated.
Date: Wed Jul 29 14:22:11 1998
The people of Lawrence Co. have a really good site. I wish I had found it sooner. Keep up the good work.
From: Debbie (TRAVIS)
Date: Sun Jul 12 04:21:12 1998
TRAVIS FAMILY GENEALOGY
This is a very nice site. I also found it very interesting! I'm rather new to genealogy, so all you TRAVIS's out there need to take a look at my TRAVIS page and help me out alittle bit please! Keep up the good work!
Here's my URL: http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/l/a/Debbie-A-Blakley/
From: Michael Gollaher
Date: Tue Jun 16 20:36:54 1998
What a great job on this site! Only wish I found some Gollahers. Also interested in Gallaghers. Did find a Gallihue. Anyone so interested may visit our Clann OGallchobhair (Gallagher) site at: http://home.rmci.net/ogollaher/
From: Sharon DiLuvio
Date: Sun Jun 14 16:50:13 1998
Jordan, Lyons, Kitchen, Large, Chaffins lines
I just started using the internet for research and found this site. It is great. I have so many family lines here in Lawrence County that I may never move on! My ancestors must have liked Kentucky and stayed on and on and on. I have the photo of (Sarah ?) Jordan, the mother of Sarah Jordan who married Levi Lyons. From the photo, it is easy to see she is definitely Indian. I would like to find out more about her and this looks like a great place......
Sharon DiLuvio in Missouri firstname.lastname@example.org
From: Bill Jackson
Date: Thu Jun 11 20:14:55 1998
Good site, looking for people that may help me to find my father's kin. His name was Harlan Elwood Jackson, his father was Frank. Thanks, will visit more often. Son of Kentucky. Bill Jackson
From: Dave Hickman
Date: Tue Jun 9 22:09:02 1998
This is a really great site! I hope it helps find out information on the Hickman family. Looking for information on my gg-grandfather Francis "Frank" Hickman who was married to Matilda Salyers. I have lots of info on Matilda Salyers but none on Frank Hickman. He was in Lawrence Co. from 1845-1880. Any info on Frank Hickman would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Dave.
From: Lesa Hamilton
Date: Sun Jun 7 16:47:20 1998
MOORE, THOMPSON, SMITH
Great site!! I really enjoyed my visit to your site and also got a great deal of info. Thanks.
From: Nelson T. Smith
Date: Sat Jun 6 22:58:03 1998
I'm visiting because Joanne Elliott is here - proud to say that we are cousins.
Date: Fri Jun 5 00:12:22 1998
Terry, Blythe, Vanover, and Church
Hi Jonnie, You have a very important Page, I thank it is great.
From: V. Caldwell Burns
Date: Tue Jun 2 11:14:51 1998
Wow has this site ever grown since my last visit, Keep up the good work Joanne, you gotta be proud : )
From: Carrol Hurley Ullrich
Date: Mon May 25 18:10:40 1998
I was browsing for any info on my cousins O'Bryan/O'Brien ancestors in Lawrence and ran into the names of a Ken Holbrook who lives probably 20 miles from me in CA, and has probably Boggs in his Lawrence Co. lines which is my direct line (James Boggs) and a P.Boggs who is searching in Lawrence. What a great place to browse!
From: Sharon Marie Walters
Date: Sun May 17 00:48:59 1998
Researching Thompson and Travis
What a great job! Keep it up!
From: Mary Jane Harris Clark
Date: Sat May 16 20:40:06 1998
I am just at a loss of words... I clicked on your site and to my amazement I see a very familiar picture. Hesta Dixon is my great grandmother. My mother is Ruth Ann Salyer Harris. My Grandmother is Mary Maxine Davis Wilcox. I am very interested in learning as much as possible about my family. I am in the process of moving, but the Email address given is valid. I am so excited and would love to hear from you.
From: Randal Bowling
Date: Fri May 1 18:58:37 1998
My first here
Today I found your site and have already found two family members! Keep up the good work, and thank you very much.
From: BARBARA GREEN JUSTICE
Date: Tue Apr 28 18:49:12 1998
I LOVE WHAT YOU HAVE DONE WITH THE PLACE. MY HUSBANDS PEOPLE ALL COME FROM JOHNSON AND LAWRENCE COUNTIES.
From: Marilyn Cordle Baker
Date: Mon Apr 13 07:08:17 1998
I am new to this. I love your page. The music is so good. I love the pictures. I found pictures of my grandmothers sisters, Thursa Estelle Lester. Thank You and all who worked on this.
From: Mary Ann McClain-Bolak
Date: Sat Apr 11 23:37:41 1998
Lawrence County KY What a Great Page!
Thank you for such great work Joanne. I have lots of family that I'm not awhere of . I hope I can get the help I need. Sound like a great adventure in progress.
Date: Wed Apr 8 16:38:38 1998
BOTH SR. & JR WERE BORN IN LAWRENCE COUNTY IN 1836 AND 1860 AND I'M SEARCHING FOR DATE & PLACE OF DEATH OF SR. ALSO WISH TO LOCATE ANYONE RELATED TO ELISHA HOLBROOK OR HIS FATHER WINFREY BORN 1801 IN BEAUTIFUL LAWRENCE COUNTY KEN HOLBROOK P.O. BOX 484 27068 LAPAZ RD. ALISO VIEJO, CALIF. 92656
From: Diane Riner Berry
Date: Fri Mar 27 05:38:55 1998
Looking for any information about the RINER family from Shelby Co./Jackson Co KY.... please help
From: Brenda Parry
Date: Fri Mar 20 19:07:21 1998
I have relation in KY, stopped by your site. Its very nice. Didn't find my kin but enjoyed your lovely photos etc. Thanks
From: Vicky Caldwell Burns
Date: Wed Mar 18 14:32:06 1998
CALDWELL, KITCHEN, MOSLEY, HENSLEY, STANLEY, TOLLIVER, FANNIN families
Thank you for referring me to your wonderful site. I have deep Lawrence county roots and think I will find this site to be a great blessing to me with my research. Headed for KY first of April for a tromp through the old family cemeteries and some courthouse digging. I'm excited. I am also looking forward to corresponding with the many folks listed here that are also working on the same surnames that I am. I think there are many connections for me on this site.
Keep up the great work and I will pass this site along to others and be back often!!
From: David Church
Date: Tue Mar 17 08:57:34 1998
Very nice job. I really enjoy looking around this site. I am new to genealogy and any help on these two familys of Lawrence Co greatly appreciated.
From: Paul S. Boggs
Date: Fri Mar 13 20:25:53 1998
looking for BOGGS MELTONS COMBS
Very nice site. THANKS
From: Dolores Hibbert
Date: Thu Mar 12 12:22:24 1998
Endicotts were in Floyd c1810 or before and then in Lawrence,Pike,Martin and across the river in WVA in Cabell & Wayne. There are still collateral relatives there and would love to make contact.
From: Carol Howell McGlothen
Date: Wed Mar 11 20:47:43 1998
I am researching the above names and I will be back to look around more. Outstanding Job
From: DOUG JONES
Date: Mon Mar 9 19:32:38 1998
LOOKIN' GOOD HERE
PASSIN' THRU -- LAWRENCE CO. IS SPECIAL GRANDFATHER JIMMERSON JONES BURIED IN PATRICK -- AT GNATS CREEK. My father LONIE JONES from here.
Keep it goin'.
From: Jennifer Perdue
Date: Wed Mar 4 23:03:34 1998
I really enjoyed my visit here. Thanks so much!
From: Aubrey C. Dooley
Date: Tue Mar 3 16:41:36 1998
DOOLEYS OF KENTUCKY
Any relatives of William Harrison Dooley and his wife Martha Ann McKinster.
From: Berit Muncy
Date: Thu Feb 26 13:49:50 1998
Muncy, Cyrus, Meek
I love this page! What a wonderful collection of information about Lawrence County families! I thoroughly enjoyed looking around. I will definitely be back.
From: Lois Hardy
Date: Mon Feb 16 23:57:38 1998
Would like to have picture of my grandfather, William A. Carter: born 1852 in Lawrence Co., died Portsmouth, Ohio Jan. 1929. Also seeking info. on other ancestors: Miles K. Sisson and Sidney (Lucy) Burgess Sisson...parents of my grandmother, Emily Frances Sisson. (1853-1932) Info. on any others in these family lines is appreciated. Currently researching 1860 and 1870 censuses; willing to share what info. I have. Have found 5 spellings of Sisson name...confusing!
From: TIM WILLIAMSON
Date: Fri Feb 13 14:16:07 1998
THIS IS FANTASTIC! NOW IF WE CAN GET THE SURROUNDING COUNTIES OF EASTERN KY AND WV TO DO THE SAME AND FOLLOW YOUR EXCELLENT EXAMPLE. I DO BIOGRAPHICAL AND GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH ON THE DESCENDANTS AND ANCESTRY OF ALDEN WILLIAMSON. I ALSO HAVE A VERY BASIC AND GROWING WEBPAGE AT www.angelfire.com/tn/thewilliamsons. Angelfire can set you one up free. Here's my Williamson line: HUGH WILLIAMSON, ALDEN & MARY ELIZABETH (JACKSON) WILLIAMSON, ELIAS 'ALEY' AND MALENDA (MARCUM) WILLIAMSON, JAMES A. (OR H.) 'MONKEY' AND CASSIE (WILLIAMSON - THEY WERE 1ST COUSINS) WILLIAMSON, GIDEON AND REBECCA (PORTER) WILLIAMSON, GIDEON DEE AND EVA ETTA (BLEVINS) WILLIAMSON, WILLIE LEE AND OMA LOU (SCALF) WILLIAMSON, TO ME.
THANKS, TIM WILLIAMSON
From: Audrey Murphy
Date: Wed Feb 11 11:26:51 1998
I enjoy your page very much. I recently made a trip to Lawrence County library. I'm looking for information on my grandfather, William(Bill)Hayes born between 1900-1901 in Lawrence County. His parents names are Bazeal Hayes and Nancy Moore. I did find him in the 1920 census. He was not in the book of the Hayes family. Do you know why? Do you have any information on him? I would really appreciate your help.
From: Sandra Gray
Date: Tue Feb 3 16:33:21 1998
A very nice and informative home page, recommended to me. I am currently trying to find any information on Buford or Lucinda Evaline Pack, their son John H. Pack and his wife Otta Nelson (m. KY), or any of the other ancestors of my grandfather Walter William Pack, John's oldest son, but, not child. My grandfather was born around 1904, so, the others listed would be probably within the previous 50-60 year period. I only know that John and Otta were supposed to have married in KY. and that was where she was supposed to be from, but, can not find birth or death places on any of the ggreat's and not a birth place on my grandfather, Walter, although he married in AR and died in CA. Any infor would be appreciated.
From: Mary Ann Kearns
Date: Mon Jan 26 23:00:18 1998
This is great site. Looking for info on the Berry family of Lawrence County migrated from Mongomery Co., Va. in late 1700 or early 1800s. I am a direct descendant of Issac Berry. Also looking for a possible Melungeon connection. The areas of Va. and Ky. and names seem to fit.
From: Jean Simon
Date: Sat Jan 24 20:50:55 1998
Love your music! I'm trying to track down info on SALTER, SALMON, DEBORD, THORNSBURG families. I stumbled on your site by accident -- the highlight of my evening!
Date: Fri Jan 9 09:14:43 1998
Lawrence County Website
Very informative site Joanne. Keep up the good work! Thanks for using my graphics.
From: Nancy Hale Lee
Date: Fri Dec 19 19:43:36 1997
O'Donnell and Canterbury families
This is such a nice web site. I try to help contribute to the rootsweb site for Montgomery County MO. Joanna, the site host, is super. She has become a great friend via the net. I recently located Thomas O'Donnell/O'Daniel marrying into the Canterbury family. I believe the Nimrod Canterbury lived in Greenup County as early as 1800. I find references to his family in Lawrence County as early as 1823. I am wondering if the county just changed around them and they may have never moved. In particular I am interested in their daughter Martha who was the first wife of Thomas O'Donnell. There are several researchers working on this line any help would be appreciated and shared. Perhaps we can help someone too.
Thank you and Merry Christmas,
From: Richard W. Whitt
Date: Thu Dec 18 18:41:33 1997
In the book "History of Lawrence County Kentucky" 1991, there is a family history of Abner Cordell. It stated that in the early 1800's the name was spelled "Caudle", in the mid 1800's "Caudill", and in the later 1800's changed to "Cordell." Abner's father was Thomas Caudle and his mother was Jane "Jenny" Caudle, first cousins. From census information it gave children of Abner Caudill and Mary Ellen "Polly" Justice as follows: Mary A. b. 1851, Sarah A. b. 1853, Tesetha-Dancary b. 1855, Reese b. 1857, Louisa b. 1858, Margaret (Mary Ann E.) (Elizabeth) b. 19 June 1859, Benjamen b. 1862, Milton b. 1866, William G. b. 1867.
Then, from information given by grandchildren of Abner Caudill, the following: Thomas Milton Cordell, Melinda Cordell Barker, Sarah Cordell Edwards, Louise Cordell McDowell, Nan Cordell Skaggs, and Liz Cordell Barker.
From other sources, I know that my g-grandmother Derecia Nancy Caudill Whitt Skaggs had a sister.
From: Audrey Murphy
Date: Tue Dec 9 19:20:55 1997
I enjoy your site very much. I'm doing research on Hayes. You had a lot of information.
From: Chuck Wallace
Date: Tue Nov 25 22:52:34 1997
You continue to amaze me with all of your computer skill and artistic abilities. The latest changes to this page are just wonderful. Glad to be able to call you cousin.
Date: Sat Nov 22 04:01:25 1997
Just got a chance to seek my first look. This is terrific. wish I knew how to do all this. You are to be commended.
From: JESSE PARKER
Date: Mon Nov 17 01:15:40 1997
HEY GREAT PAGE. I WAS JUST PASSING THROUGH THE COUNTY LOOKING FOR POSSIBLE LINKS TO THE PAST WITH MY ANCESTORIES THE PARKERS. LOOKS GREAT. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
From: Elizabeth Travis Holt
Date: Mon Nov 17 01:14:38 1997
I am interested in all Travis cousins(so to speak)I am of the Va line down from Champion Travis of Jamestown, Va. Joanne your page is great! Thanks for sharing. Liz
From: Denise Miller
Date: Sat Nov 8 00:51:33 1997
Hey Joanne this is very cool..........I wish I had found this sooner!so thank's for telling me about it!..................Denise Miller
From: Dallas HILL
Date: Fri Oct 31 07:15:15 1997
I liked the pictures,my g grandmother syndesta lived in Louisa from the late 1860;s to around 71, Dallas
From: Betty Hall
Date: Thu Oct 16 02:07:17 1997
I haven't visited the page in a while. WOW!! It was great before, now it exceeds great. Glad there are people like you---- I truly appreciate your hard work.
From: Jim Ovendorf
Date: Wed Oct 8 11:12:51 1997
Lawrence Co KY Homepage
When I saw the address for this homepage on Prodigy BB I was so excited. I have done extensive research there and of course need to do more and this puts researchers together I am so thankful for your efforts and hope to share info with many from down there.
You have done a most beautiful page it is layed out so well with so many topics I love the picture topics too. I have a picture of Jerimiah Cordial the baptist preacher and oldest son of William Cordle the first Caudill in Lawrence and one of Daniel Sparks son of Thomas Sparks also a pioneer of Lawrence and have a picture of
Daniels tombstone that he carved himself that I am going to get scanned to add to your collection.
Thank you so much for all your work on this it is so wonderful...
Jim Ovendorf email@example.com
11298 Tritts St NW Canal Fulton OH 44614
From: Linda COOK
Date: Wed Oct 1 09:15:15 1997
I appreciate this site very much. I am very thankful for tombstone pictures that was shared that i would have never got to enjoy.
I have Anderson Louis & Mary J. (MOORE) JORDAN that I would like to share with everyone when I get back from Vacation. I love your knowledge that you have & williness to share. You are the greatest. You've made this site the BEST!!!!
From: Tony Socci
Date: Mon Sep 29 23:04:54 1997
Your Web Page
I'm impressed! The beauty of your work is surpasssed only by your personality. Your family is very lucky to claim you as a relative.
Best wishes for continued success with this site. I had fun in the photo galleries.
From: Bob Thompson
Date: Mon Sep 29 08:18:49 1997
This is outstanding! Thanks to Chuck and Joanne for their creative ideas and hard work!! Let me know if there's anything I can do to help out.
From: Shelby Travis
Date: Sun Sep 28 21:19:28 1997
Hi I am Rick Travis sister.
This is my son's E-mail address. You have a nice home page. Enjoyed looking while visiting with Dad and Rick. Please add my new granddaughter born July 2, 1997. Ashley Morgan Batey. Parents are Peggy & Jim Batey.
From: Mike Ellis
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:38:27 1997
September 12, 1997
Great page, great forum for new and "OLD" ideas & info. Thanks.
From: Pamela Dawson
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:36:59 1997
September 12, 1997
What a marvelous job you have done! There is a home on the web for the Lawrence County Researchers. Many thanks for your work.
From: Brenda Burton
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:34:50 1997
September 9, 1997
I have really enjoyed visiting this site. It has been of great help to me, not to mention, fun.
From: Beverly Whitney
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:32:13 1997
September 3, 1997
I think this is a wonderful page. The best I have seen. I am a Jordan searching for Jordan, Moore, and Caudill families. There are so many people that I can see who are also tracing these lines.
Thank you so much.
From: Terry Collins
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:25:38 1997
September 2, 1997
I know this Project is a major step in consolidating information for any Lawrence County Researcher. Your Page is impressive and does not have the appearence of being done by a "novice". I find this WebSite to be a Blessing to all Family Historians. I wish you all the Best fo the Future. I am sure your counter will continue to climb. (ha)
Take Care, Joanne.
Take it easy on those trampolines. %)
From: Debra Mowery
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:21:23 1997
September 1, 1997
You are doing a wonderful service for Ky reseachers. Thank you!!!!!
From: Ken Thompson
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:19:38 1997
September 1, 1997
Congratulations. Our ancestors here in Lawrence Co. would be proud of your work. Great job, Keep it up.
From: Naaman Nickell
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:16:52 1997
August 24, 1997
You've done a fabulous job, Joanne! I posted a notice on Prodigy's genealogy board, so maybe we'll have a few more with Lawrence Co. ties show up.
From: Rita Orgel
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:14:55 1997
August 23, 1997
I found this site to be very informative, Thanks for making a place we can all meet and help each other.
From: Linda L. Cook
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:12:01 1997
August 22, 1997
Good Job, Chuck, Thanks fo much for thinking of the idea & getting it started & Thanks to Joanne for her part. I think this will help all who participate.
From: Dorothy Adams Marine
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:10:15 1997
August 22, 1997
Very nice page! Congratulations to all who made it possible.
From: Betty Hall
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:06:52 1997
August 21, 1997
Joanne. . . . .
Fantastic job!!!! Looking forward to working with the LCR's.
From: Rick Travis
Date: Mon Sep 22 14:01:02 1997
August 20, 1997
This is a great page and I know everyone will be able to use it because I made it here with no problems. Thanks this will be a great help. It's great. Rick
From: Marlin H Large
Date: Mon Sep 22 13:58:40 1997
August 20, 1997
Thanks so much for your effort in our behalf.
From: Jim (WRIGHT)
Date: Mon Sep 22 13:56:48 1997
August 20, 1997
Joanne, what a pleasant and enjoyable surprise! You've done an outstanding job on this page and it reflects the hard work and effort you put into it! I'll visit often and assist you in any way I can.
Thanks to all that provided you assistance in making this page a reality! Jim WRIGHT
From: Beverly L. Pack (6CATPACK@Prodigy.net)
Date: Mon Sep 22 13:53:58 1997
August 20, 1997
This page is fantastic--just like you! Now when are you going to help me put up my own web page??
From: Bill & Treva Burton
Date: Mon Sep 22 13:50:40 1997
August 20, 1997
Great job. Congrats to Joann, Chuck and all who made it possible!!!
From: Dionne Henderson
Date: Mon Sep 22 13:49:04 1997
August 18, 1997
You've done a GREAT job so far! I can't wait to see it after you've learned more about HTML.
From: Linda Reed Smith
Date: Mon Sep 22 13:46:45 1997
August 17, 1997
You are doing a great job. Four Chins is going to be so impressed. :)
From: Chuck Wallace
Date: Mon Sep 22 13:45:14 1997
August 17, 1997
I love it. Beyond my wildest dreams.
From: John Dunn
Date: Mon Sep 22 13:43:55 1997
August 16, 1997
Great source page!