Honeycutt – Hunnicutt Family in North Carolina

January 16, 2014

Henrietta Gunter Walker (1915 – 2005) – Find A Grave Memorial

Henrietta Gunter Walker

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Birth: Nov. 10, 1915

St. Clair County

Alabama, USA

Death: Mar. 4, 2005

Cropwell

St. Clair County

Alabama, USA

Henrietta Gunter Walker was the 1st of 6 children born to Henry Banks and Leanna Hayes Gunter. She was born Nov. 10 , 1915 in Easonville , St. Clair Co., Alabama. She married on July 09 , 1935 to Cecil Brown Walker , son of William Fuller and Mary Emma Lee Walker in St. Clair Co., AL.

via Henrietta Gunter Walker (1915 – 2005) – Find A Grave Memorial.

Cecil Brown Walker (1904 – 1981) – Find A Grave Memorial

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Birth: Dec. 25, 1904

Pell City

St. Clair County

Alabama, USA

Death: Mar. 29, 1981

Alabama, USA

Cecil Brown and twin sister Lula Bell Walker were the Christmas gifts born to parents William Fuller ( 1859 – 1929 ) and Mary Emma Lee Walker ( 1870 – 1939 ) on December 25, 1904 at the old homeplace which was called Walkers Crossing at the time. Now it is part of Pell City, AL. The home was already filled with 3 older brothers , Leilus Law ( 1889 – 1967 ), William Howard ( 1898 – 1965 ) and Robert Bruce ( 1900 – 1997)and 4 older sisters , Mary Martha ( 1891 – 1941 ), Emma Bell (1893-1925 ), Jennie Kate ( 1895 – 1993 )and Kittie Lee ( 1902 – 1978 )..

Baby Lula passed away on July 07, 1905 and is buried in Walkers Family Cemetery. This Cemetery was began sometime after 1840 by her GrandFather William M. Walker ( 1812 – 1895 )and his brother Vince Walker who was most likely killed in Talledega during the Civil War.. It is unknown if Vince is buried with his unmarked row of siblings here at the Cemetery..

via Cecil Brown Walker (1904 – 1981) – Find A Grave Memorial.

Excerpt: “Churchman Family Descendants Chart – Robt. E. Berry”

Filed under: Ancestral Reports,Berry — weavercat @ 9:09 pm

8-Charles Russell BERRY, b. 4/28/1927 s-Lillie Jaunita CRADY, b. 12/12/1927 m. 6/2/1945 9-Charles Richard BERRY, b. 4/19/1948 s-Phyllis Joan ROSENBERG, b. 1/9/1948 m. 8/29/1970 10-Kevin Charles BERRY, b. 11/19/1974 10-Ryan Andrew BERRY, b. 8/11/1976 9-Robert Earl BERRY, b. 7/1/1952 s-Kathy Ann PIERCE, b. 5/24/1958 m. 9/13/1980 10-Brenden Robert BERRY, b. 5/9/1982 10-Chelsea Lynn BERRY, b. 10/31/1984 10-Tyler Pierce BERRY, b. 11/11/1987

via Churchman Family Descendants Chart.

Excedrpt: “Family Tree Maker’s Genealogy Site: Genealogy Report: Descendants of Thomas Methvin”

Filed under: Ancestral Reports,Madison County - Alabama — weavercat @ 8:59 pm

Information provided by Savannah Lamb Spray.

On November 3, 2001, I met with Earl Blackburn who is the caretaker of Cameron Cemetery. According to the plat of the cemetery, Robert\’s grave is the 2nd grave down from Josiah\’s grave. Nancy Smithey Lamb is buried between Josiah and Robert. Robert\’s grave is marked by a small fieldstone.

via Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Genealogy Report: Descendants of Thomas Methvin.

Excerpt: “RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Ruth (Toony)”

Filed under: Rutherford County - North Carolina - Leads — weavercat @ 6:28 pm

1. Esther Priscillsa HARRILL (Alfred W. (H.) HARRILL5, Housen HARRILL4, Samuel HARRILL3, Housen HARRILL2, Gilbert HARRILL1) was born Mar 1858 in N.C., and died in CC. She married Samuel Albert BRIDGES 30 Sep 1875 in Rutherford Co., N.C., son of John BRIDGES and Cynthia JONES. He was born 20 May 1854 in Cleveland Co., N.C., and died 14 Sep 1920 in Rutherford Co., N.C..

Children of Esther Priscillsa HARRILL and Samuel Albert BRIDGES are:

2 i. Essie BRIDGES was born 1878 in Rutherford Co., N.C., and died in CC.

+ 3 ii. Alice BRIDGES was born 5 Oct 1879 in Rutherford Co., N.C., and died 17 Feb 1972 in Rutherford Co., N.C..

4 iii. Minnie BRIDGES was born Nov 1880 in Rutherford Co., N.C., and died in CC.

5 iv. Doctor S. Boyce BRIDGES was born Nov 1882 in Rutherford Co., N.C., and died 1944 in Rutherford Co., N C.. He married Charity U. (Retter) DAVES 19 Nov 1902 in Rutherford Co., N C.. She was born 1880, and died 1952 in Rutherford Co., N C..

6 v. Bud BRIDGES was born Dec 1884 in Rutherford Co., N.C., and died in CC.

7 vi. Johnie E. BRIDGES was born 12 Aug 1889 in Rutherford Co., N.C., and died 30 Sep 1967 in Rutherford Co., N.C.. She married George S. BRIDGES. He was born 16 Dec 1879, and died 18 Sep 1954 in Rutherford Co., N.C..

+ 8 vii. Tilmon Crawford BRIDGES was born 3 Dec 1890 in Rutherford Co., N.C., and died 3 Jul 1953 in Rutherford Co., N.C..

9 viii. Annie BRIDGES was born Nov 1892 in Rutherford Co., N.C., and died in CC.

+ 10 ix. Addie BRIDGES was born 17 Feb 1896 in Rutherford Co., N.C., and died 31 Dec 1966 in Rutherford Co., N.C..

via RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Ruth (Toony).

December 29, 2013

NC Cherokee Reservation Genealogy–other NC Native American Tribes

Filed under: Clinton - NC,Coharie Indians,Sampson County - NC — weavercat @ 11:47 pm

Coharie Tribe, Sampson County, NC. Area: 10 acres. Tribal entrollment: 1345. W. Gene Faircloth, Tribal Chief. Elizabeth Maynor, Executive Director. Coharie Intra-Tribal Council, 7531 US Highway 421 North, Clinton, NC 20328, phone: (910) 564-6909, fax: (910) 564-6909. The Coharie descend from the Neusiok Indians. They moved to their present location sometime between 1729 and 1746, and have lived continuously as an Indian tribe since then. The Coharie community consists of four settlements: Holly Grove, New Bethel, Shiloh and Antioch. The state of North Carolina has recognized the tribe since 1971.

Sampson County, NC–US GenWeb

via NC Cherokee Reservation Genealogy–other NC Native American Tribes.

January 4, 2012

My Honeycutt Ancestors

My Honeycutt heritage, according to most recent research and additional information:

1st Generation) Gerald Lee Abernathy – Martha Anne Justice (my parents)
2nd Generation) Virgie Anne Honeycutt – Ivey Lee Abernathy
3rd Generation) Margaret Melvina Honeycutt (a single parent)
4th Generation) Joseph “Joe” Honeycutt – Frances “Frankie” Silvers
5th Generation) John Honeycutt – Alesey
6th Generation) John Honeycutt – Tabitha Hampton
7th Generation) Moses J. Honeycutt – Margaret Stout

I will add more details as time permits.

Do any HONEYCUTT cousins have photographs of any of these people? I would love to see them.

January 12, 2011

Snow Days and Family Trees?

Filed under: Uncategorized — weavercat @ 2:00 am

It has been a snow/ice day in Alabama today.
How does that related to family trees?
Well, since I am indoors from the weather, and have the flu-bug to boot, it means when I have had the brief burst(s) of energy — I have added a bit more to several ancestral branches.
No huge breakthroughs, but have made several connection I did not expect.
Last couple I stopped at was William N. Collins and Permelia Mary “Melia” Smith — don’t ask how I ended up with this couple.
They were somehow connect to the various families that I was tracing, from the Yancey County (Bald Mountain region) of North Carolina.
No family tree is SIMPLE…anyone who tells you that, has not done much research.
Somehow, the folks I have added to my main family tree file most likely are related to my Aunt Betty Jean Davis (Abernathy).
Her ancestral line is where I began today’s research project…
Okay, I am not getting much more done on this blog or the research…guess I need to get something to drink and get back to doing ‘something’ while the dryer is get the clothes done.
Another update will be in the works as soon as I find something news-worthy.
– CATHY

July 8, 2010

Hot Day

Filed under: Prose and Daily Ramble — weavercat @ 12:44 am

7 July 2010
One very hot day.
Dave and I delivered groceries to Mom; then headed back home.
Stopped at a few thrift/antique stores along the way.
Since getting in the AC, and starting to cool off, have been reading messages, and adding/correcting more items on my websites (somewhat set in havoc by my previous computer dying); as well as blogs, and misc. stuff.
Need to get things sorted out with this new laptop, get it behaving the way I want it; so I will be able to create a backup set of RECOVERY disks — then get Dave to set it for dual-boot (Windows 7 and Linux).
My head is pounding, so I won’t do much more for now.
How has your week been?
Would love to hear from my readers.
— Cathy

June 1, 2010

Death of a computer…a new beginning

Filed under: Uncategorized — weavercat @ 11:29 pm

(Take two…)
Attempted this post just but a few minutes ago — stepped away from the keyboard — came back the automatic Windows 7 update had re-started my computer. [growl!]
I lost all the text I had written (now have settings a bit different, to prevent this problem from occurring again) — I hate having to re-write things when software/OS updates cause me to lose them.
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Now, where was I?
Ahhh, heck — I think I’ll do something else and come back to this post. There are things needing to be added, set-up; and yet to be test-driven on this computer.
I promise to return – soon.
“And to continue…”
— Cathy

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