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3151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P11526)
 
3152 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

Lt. William Calmes, Jr., enlisted as a volunteer in the Army of the Revolution at the age of sixteen. He was promoted to the rank of lieutenant and served under General Lafayette, being present when General Washington accepted the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. His great grandfather was Marquis de la Calmes, a French Huguenot nobleman, who fled from France after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, residing in England a while, when coming to Stafford County, Virginia in 1695. 
Calmes, William Jr. (P11949)
 
3153 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

Married twice. 
Davis, Menla (P11819)
 
3154 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

Mary E. McCormick was a niece to both Finitty and Sarah McCormick. 
McCormick, Mary E. (P11578)
 
3155 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

Moved from Orange Co., Va to Wilkes Co., Ga about 1803, after his children had grown and married.

Had a younger brother and perhaps one or two younger sisters. 
Davis, Jonathan (P11926)
 
3156 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

Originally from Orange Co., VA - moved to Crawfordsville, Taliaferro Co., GA. in about 1793. From there moved to Heard Co., GA in 1836 and then to Coweta Co., GA in Jan, 1847.

Baptist Minister (His father was Episcopalian} 
Davis, Rev. William Sr. (P11925)
 
3157 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

Percy Jr. was just fifteen when he died at the Mission School he was attending in San Antonio. He died of blood poison. He is buried at one of the Mission's cemeteries. His parents were devastated, since he was an only child, and was so loved! His mother painted a portrait of him as a child of about five, he looked like an angel then. JoAnn Swann has the portrait, as Aunt Jessie gave it to her before her death. It will be kept in the Swann family with one of her sons, to be passed down to future generations. 
Swann, Percival Reginald Jr. (P11852)
 
3158 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

Pete was a military retiree from the US Air Force, married to a German woman from Munich Germany. They had four children, Harold, Gary, Shirley, and Brenda.

Pete was a military retiree from the US Air Force, married to a German woman from Munich Germany. They had four children, Harold, Gary, Shirley, and Brenda. 
McBroom, Ira "Pete" (P11535)
 
3159 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P11603)
 
3160 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

Sarah McCormick, who married a William McBroom, was born Abt 1820 in Alabama, and was a sister to Finitty McCormick. There is another Sarah McCormick who lived with James H. and Finette McCormick-McBroom in 1860, who was at that time 71 years old according to 1860 census figures, leaving her born 1789. 
McCormick, Finette Frances (P11166)
 
3161 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

She was Quaker, then converted to Baptist. 
Easton, Nancy (P11928)
 
3162 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

The day Dale and Ruthell married, Dale got paid from his job, with mostly food. He took it home to his mother. He had $3;50 left, and he bought his sister,Helen, a pair of shoes to wear to his wedding, for she and his cousin Clyde stood up with them. Since he had no money, they went home to his parents to live until march,23rd, when they got a couple of rooms for 2 dollars a month. Then they had a place of their own to live. Justice of the Peach, J.D. Brewer preformed the wedding ceremony.
Dale joined the U.S. Navy in 1944- and left on 11/1945, and took his training at San Diego,Ca., then on to Pearl Harbor, and was stationed at Okinawa, Guada Canal, and the Philippines. During his time in the service, he was a Sea Bea!
Dale and Ruthelle were married 32 years when he died at the age of 51.
Dale died on the day his only daughter Linda, had her first child at Texarkana, Ar. His first grandchild.! 
Funderburk, Claude Dale (P11827)
 
3163 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

[45854.ftw]

Major John Swann, Rev. Soldier, Major of 1st Regiment Light Dragoons.[45854.fbk]

Major John Swann, Rev. Soldier, Major of 1st Regiment Light Dragoons. 
Swann, John (P11936)
 
3164 [McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

[Broderbund WFT Vol. 11, Ed. 1, Tree #0964, Date of Import: Mar 5, 2001]

Married three times!

Three children of first marriage died in childhood.
[McBroom51301.FBK. FTW.FTW]

Married three times
Three children of first marriage died in childhood. 
Davis, Jesse Mercer (P11929)
 

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