Re: [genpcncfir] Elizabeth Tison/Tyson - Poor House records
- Dear Evelyn,
Thank you. That is a good point.
Evelyn Hendricks <rebh@...> wrote:
Unless I have not correctly interpreted this information, you will not find
a death certificate for this person since she must have died well before
death certificates were required. Even after they were required there is a
gap in some records for the first few years. Have you thought about church
PS My great-grandmother died in 1924 at age 93 and my grandmother died in
1950. I have not been able to find a death certificate for either of them,
although they were required at that time.
Do you Yahoo!?
Win a $20,000 Career Makeover at Yahoo! HotJobs
[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- --- Jack Devitt <devittdesign@...> wrote:
> Carol, Are you going to the Worthington reunion? MyDear Lori, Yes, I am going with my sister. We will be
> aunt Lucille Diener (from Diener's bakery) daughter
> of Lonnie McGowan and Eva Venetia Williams is going
> and maybe able to answer some of your McGowan
> questions. Lori
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
leaving Richmond around 5a.m. I would really love to
meet your aunt--the bakery was especially dear to me
because that was where Mama bought all my birthday
cakes. Every time I think of that bakery, I recall
Mama's incredible thoughtfulness and herlove for me.
Your aunt would be my first cousin--closer than that
if my grandfather William McGowan was from her
father's line instead of from that of W.K. (William
Kinsey)McGowan or William George McGowan (son of
Burton McGowan, my great grandfather and father of my
grandmother Sarah Frances McGowan and my uncle William
George McGowan--who if he is my grandfather William
makes me really close to this McGowan line. I am
Secretary of the Worthington Family Reunion and will
be reading the Minutes during the Business Meeting.
Do you Yahoo!?
New and Improved Yahoo! Mail - 100MB free storage!