I was married to William Don Bush, Jr, the son of Martha Bush. I have more information on this. Martha had two sons named Walter Lamar Bush and William Don Bush, Jr. Mr. Hightower published a book which portrayed Martha and I know a lot about all of it.
Among the many photos I inherited from my great-grandmother, Cora Ellen Blount Bonner, there is an infant photo identified as "Little Hamel Cheshire." The only information I have been able to find about him is in your Hightower data. Both of his parents were born in the area where my great-grandmother grew up, but I cannot make a connection between either of them and my family.
Any additional information about the Cheshire family will be greatly appreciated.
I am trying to find out info about my grandfather William David Bayless who was born in Jonesboro Tenn ( not sure of spelling) , Johnson Ward 2, Washington DC . DOB 12/4/1881. He had 2 sisters. 1 sister's name was Lizzie. He had another sister, name unknown. 1 sister had 2 kids named Landon & Sarah. It's my understanding they are now deaceased & lived in MA. Their father's name was Dally. That's all I know so far. They moved from Tenn. Charleston WV & Columbus, OH where my grandfather died 12/13/ 52. I am looking for more info., perhaps we are related. Thanks
This is in regard to I107340 Joseph A. Fox.
Joseph A. Fox was my grandmother. She was named Joseph Ann Fox, and was called Annie by her family. She married Ira Cornelius Smith and moved to Tarkio Missouri about 1915. She had 10 living children at her death in about 1978. She is buried in Tarkio Missouri. My mother Doris Bettie Smith Hull is her youngest living child.
I contacted you several months back about updating my mother's information on your wonderful website (via your email address). I did not hear back from you. I am wondering if it is because my email is a business email, and you did not open it. This is the only one I use. Please contact me on how to update information. My mother, Betty Jane Hill, died. Also, I would like to share her husband's information (my dad) and her children and grandchildren. I would love to hear from you. Thank you for all of your hard work. Thanks.