King Zan King Jr. MAY 10, 2015 Relation: Farrel paternal, 4th cousin 1x removed
RELATION: 1st cousin 2x removed (Farrel, maternal)
Lucile Mattox, age 89, of Athens died January 30, 2015. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, February 8, 2015 at the Pope Center, Washington, GA with interment in Clifford Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Rayle, GA. Viewing, Saturday 10 a.m. -7 p.m. at the funeral home. Survivors include: son, Rev. Jim R. Mattox; daughter, Betty Jean Hill; sisters, Mary Goolsby, Willie Bell Bolton; 13 grandchildren; a host of great-grandchildren. Jackson-McWhorter Funeral Home, Athens, is in charge of arrangements. -
John Amos Jr. , and family and all of our other fantastic family!
Susie Bryant is Farrel's 1st cousin, 3x removed, Susie married Daniel West, John Amos's great uncle maternally. Carter Hopkins Temple, and family and all of our other fantastic family!
Relation: Wilkes Orlando DJ Jerry “Disco JR” Smithand family and all of our other fantastic family! Well because anyone can claim anything and others may be interested here is how we are linked. Jerry Smith Jr.'s great grandfather was Charlie Smith of Maxeys, Oglethorpe, Georgia & he was our great grandfather too!
Howard Hewett, and family and all of our other fantastic family!
Well because anyone can claim anything and others may be interested here is how we are linked. Our 5th great grand uncle Nelso…
Story copied from: Philadelphia Stories by Bob Mcnulty Note: I have found no evidence to Mrs. McDonald or Mr. Gibson.
Mary McDonald was born on November 14, 1770 in Frogtown (near Norristown). When Mary was 4 years old, her mother died. She was then sent to live with the family of Rees Howell as a bound servant. Howell had a farm situated on the road betwe...en Gulph Mills and Valley Forge. In mid December, 1777, (about a month after her 7th birthday) Mary watched as Washington's ragged Continental Army passed in front of the Howell's house on their way to nearby Valley Forge where they would make camp for the next several months.
It was snowing fiercely on January 1, 1778. The Howell family was about to sit down to a New Years Day feast when their neighbor, Isaac Walker arrived outside their door on a huge sleigh. Walker told them that the soldiers at Valley Forge were starving and he had been out collecting food for them all day. The Howells were Quakers and could not p…