When we turn our hearts to our ancestors, something changes inside of us. We feel part of something greater than ourselves~Russell M. Nelson

Sunday, July 19, 2020

This Week On My Family History Calendar



July 19~
 Margaret Frances "Fanny" (Gibson) Thames (1854-1929), my paternal great great grandmother, died 91 years ago in Clarendon County, South Carolina. Fannie died from stomach cancer and was buried in Home Branch Cemetery in Paxville.

Margaret Frances (Gibson) Thames
Headstone
Home Branch Cemetery
Paxville, Clarendon, South Carolina
©Cheri Hudson Passey

July 22~
 Margaret Ann (Thames) Hudson (1875-1960), my paternal great aunt and step great grandmother, died 60 years ago on her 84th birthday. Annie died in Manning, Clarendon, South Carolina, and was buried in the Home Branch Cemetery in Paxville.  Annie was born in Clarendon County, South Carolina, and was the daughter of Benjamin Thomas Thames (1854-1931) and Margaret Frances "Fannie" (Gibson) Thames (1854-1929).



Margaret Ann (Thames) Hudson
Headstone
Home Branch Cemetery
Paxville, South Carolina
©Cheri Hudson Passey





July 23~
   My maternal 3rd Great Grandfather, Thomas Phillip Roberts (1830-1893),  would have been 190 years old on this day.  He was born in Richland County, SC to Phillip Roberts (1798-1852) and Mary Ann Evans (1800-).


Thomas Phillip Roberts Headstone
Brown's Chapel Cemetery
Richland County, South Carolina






July 25~

 Alice (Cook) Vaughn (1774-1859)my paternal 5th Great Grandmother, was born 246 years ago to Samuel Cook and Alice Dargan, possibly in the Sumter, SC area.




Alice (Cook) Vaughn Headstone
Dargan Cemetery, Sumter, South Carolina




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