Monthly Archives: March 2009

Tombstone Tuesday ~ McGee Family

Since I have been researching my McGee/McGhee line this week, I thought I would continue with the McGee’s today on Tombstone Tuesday.  Those of you who have been to the old section of the Oak Hill Cemetery in Lawrence, Douglas … Continue reading

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Madness Monday ~ James Joseph McGhee/McGee

This past week I have been working on the last family to marry the children of William and Rebecca Oney Corel, the McGhee/McGee family.  The father of the three children who married three Corel siblings was James Joseph McGhee, born … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Nannie!

I want to wish a Happy Birthday to Nancy “Nannie” Maryland Corel LaHay Dobbins!  Today marks the 175 anniversary of her birth.  She was a very remarkable woman who lived through much in her life. In less than 10 years, … Continue reading

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Tombstone Tuesday ~ James Henry Corel

James Henry Corel was born on June 3, 1865 to Susannah Clay McGee and James Pickens Corel in Wakarusa Township, Douglas County, Kansas.  He was the fifth child, but the first born son. In April of 1892, James Henry, along … Continue reading

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Madness Monday ~ The Puckett Ancestors

A new meme has started for the GeneaBloggers (genealogy bloggers) that is called Madness Monday.  Madness  Monday is the brilliant idea of Amy Crooks of Untangled Family Roots to blog about our elusive brick walls. This would not necessarily be … Continue reading

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