"Who are their People? My grandmother used to ask me this whenever we discussed anyone. She wanted to know family connections. Like her I want to know "My People". This blog is about that discovery.

Sunday, June 9, 2013

This Week On My Family History Calendar:

June 9-15



  •  Tues,. June 11
Jubal Ransom Early and Emma Ruth Baker were married in 91 years ago in South Carolina.
Martha Victoria Bradford Baker would be 151 years old. She was born in Sumter County, SC. in 1862.

  • Wed., June 12
Manning David Daughrity, Jr. died in 1931, 82 years ago, in Sumter, SC.
William T. Roberts died in 1959, 54 years ago, in Camden, SC.

  • Thurs., June 13
Azile Junita Daughrity Roberts Sullivan died 4 years ago, 2009, in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Martha Mathis Daughrity was born in 1820 in Sumter County, SC. She would be 193 years old.



© Cheri Hudson Passey

5 comments:

  1. Two names caught my attention, Cheri: Jubal (June 11) and Azile (June 13). Did they have French ancestry?

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    1. Azile's family was from Ireland and I am not sure about Jubal. Family lore is England but I have not been able to "cross the pond" on this family yet.
      Are Azile and Jubal names in your French Ancestry?
      Thanks Yvonne!

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    2. Neither name figures in my family tree, Cheri, but they certainly are French-sounding to me.

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  2. There's a Baker in my family tree, way way back. Elizabeth Grant Baker, b 1636. She married Theophilus Patey, b. 1632. I don't know how my families managed not to marry anyone in your family -- I guess they kept to a few favorite families: Wilson, Boone, Fraser, Goodson, Chandler . . . . I'm still looking, though, in the middle of a big tree-construction for my third cousin and the archive. It's kind of driving me nuts. Too many people!

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    1. I know right? We will find a connection! Good luck with your project!

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