Geneablogger's theme "Wordless Wednesday" post: Family Crest from the "Lees of Virginia", published in 1967 by the Society of Lees of Virginia.
Admittedly, I have trouble doing truly "wordless" blog posts on Wordless Wednesday, or any other day! The Lee line of Virginia is in my direct ancestry on the paternal side of my tree. Other more "wordy" articles in this blog will explore that ancestry further.
- Harrison - Crider Tree (5 Generations-with Allen, Fore, Thurmond, Clark, Shepherd, Coppedge, Thornton, Hudgens, Stogsdill, Hudspeth, Gray)
- Coppedge-Helm-Thornton-Catlett-Calmes-Kitchen-Harrison-Grayson-Neville-Butler ancestry
- Stogsdill-Hargis-Freelove-Whiteside-Pyron ancestry...
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Copyright 2013, The Hopelessly Hooked Genealogist (B. Harrison)
Benjamin S. Fore is buried in Jackson Cemetery in Phelps County, Missouri near other kin. Benjamin came to Missouri from Kentucky in a covered wagon circa 1852, with his wife and their firstborn children. Four additional children were born in Missouri. Their first home in Missouri was a 2-room log cabin that later became known as the Ben Fore School.
There is a memorial page for Benjamin S. Fore on the Find A Grave website at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=30391985 . The above photo is from Find A Grave, and was submitted by Jan and Harold Willis in 2008.