Two Children Vermillion family photo

Two Children

My grandmother had this photo in her belongings. The back of the photo says: H.S. Vermillion's two children: Vancyil Verdine and Floyd Viva Vermillion. My great grandmother was a vermillion but I do ... show more

My grandmother had this photo in her belongings. The back of the photo says: H.S. Vermillion's two children: Vancyil Verdine and Floyd Viva Vermillion. My great grandmother was a vermillion but I do not know these names???

Earline Hensley Hi, I do not have a direct connection to vermillion but know that my great great grandmother, Sarah Foyil, had a sister by the name of Annie Flanagan who married a Vermillion, possibly Hugh S. Vermillion. I think Sarah was a second wife for my great,great grandfather Robert S. Foyil....e
Jan 02, 2005 · Reply
Lucia Perry My grandmother's uncle, Joseph E. Unsell (b. 1864), from Pike Co., Missouri married a May Vermillion. My grandma, who died at age 104 in 1998, gave me a brooch that was painted by May Vermillion.
Jan 03, 2005 · Reply
Caryn Vermillion I would very much like to contact ejhensly. My great grandfather was Hugh Vermillion, and we know he married a woman named Nancy Ann Flanagan. That is all the information we have been able to uncover. It sounds like ejhenslys great great aunt may very well be the woman he married. If any one can help me with any of this, please let me know.
Apr 09, 2007 · Reply
Caryn Vermillion I would very much like to contact ejhensly. My great grandfather was Hugh Vermillion, and we know he married a woman named Nancy Ann Flanagan. That is all the information we have been able to uncover. It sounds like ejhenslys great great aunt may very well be the woman he married. If any one can help me with any of this, please let me know.
Apr 09, 2007 · Reply
Caryn Vermillion I would very much like to contact ejhensly. My great grandfather was Hugh Vermillion, and we know he married a woman named Nancy Ann Flanagan. That is all the information we have been able to uncover. It sounds like ejhenslys great great aunt may very well be the woman he married. If any one can help me with any of this, please let me know.
Apr 09, 2007 · Reply
Saundra Hummer I have found information on the Vermillion family which states that every Vermillion in the United States are related, as the only person with that name to ever migrate to the United States came here during Colonial times and that was Giles Vermillion. My family says there were three brothers who came here, however there is no proof of this being the case, but there is a history with Giles. He was a Hugenot, and was only 13 when he came here as a bond servant, bonded to a fellow by the name of Green. This was in Maryland. Giles married a Hutchinson girl he had met when on a business trip with Mr. Green that was with her father, a wealthy land owner. Giles himself ended up well off himself. During the Revolution, Giles son voluntered his own services as well as his horses and wagons to Col. George Washington's war efforts against the British and then again when G. Washington became a general. Two separate inlistments. This part of their history is somewhat easy to research, it is Nancy Jane Smiths mother, father, and other relatives I'm having trouble finding a history on. The Smiths and the Jones familys; two of the most prolific families in the country, it's something else to try to do.
Nov 21, 2008 · Reply
Saundra Hummer I should have added that there were four Texas Rangers who were Vermillions, this was back in the time of the Alamo, the Indian Wars and the Civil War era. There were Vermillions in the Tennessee Civil War Troups, Ninth Calvary I believe, they were from Texas but volunteered there thinking it would be best. The Blounts in Texas are sons of my Aunt Cassie Vermillion Blount. There's was James Blount, David Blount and Robert Blount. There is a Jeanette Blount, I have her last name here somewhere. My cousin Alan is living in Bonham Texas, he's a Vermillion and his daughter is into doing geneaology as well. My computer crashed and I lost her information. Good luck.
Nov 21, 2008 · Reply
Saundra Hummer I know of a Joseph D. Vermillion who was with a handful of Texas Rangers out hunting for Santa Anna after the Alamo and Goliad, one of them stumbled across him, and took him back to their commanders. I belive he was my mothers great uncle. My grandfather a another Texas Ranger was James Harvey Vermillion. He married Nancy Jane Smith in Altoga (I believe that's where they were married). His brother Marvel was a farmer and mayor. One of the other brothers was a jeweler besides being a Texas Ranger. There is a huge extended family. My mother Eula Maude Vermillion was one of ten brothers and sisters. She married William McGrady Winkler of Bonham, Texas. All of my mothers immediate family lived there. Her mother was Minnie May Hinton from Chicago, another impossible person to try to search out information on. I don't even know if there were any brothers or sisters in her family, (the Hinton's).
Jan 29, 2010 · Reply
Barbara Piper Yes, my family goes back to Giles vermillion also,
Jul 20, 2011 · Reply
Write a comment
Added by
Comment · Contact ·