Puckett Family History & Genealogy

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  • James 3.5%
  • John 2.6%
  • William 2.4%
  • Robert 2.0%
  • Charles 1.5%
  • Mary 1.5%
  • George 1.1%
  • Thomas 1.0%
  • Joseph 0.7%
  • David 0.6%
  • Walter 0.6%
  • Richard 0.6%
  • Paul 0.6%
  • Raymond 0.6%
  • Henry 0.6%
  • Margaret 0.5%
  • Willie 0.5%
  • Roy 0.5%
  • Ruth 0.5%
  • Donald 0.5%

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Unknown User Hi I am researching my greatgrandma's Puckett Family but have not been having a lot of luck. My greatgrandma was Frances Puckett the daughter of Alamander Puckett and Nelius Joseph she was born in Bays, Breathitt Co., Ky. She also had a sister Rebecca by the same parents. Her father Alamander was born and died in Wolfe Co., Ky. He was the son of Greenville Puckett and Adaline Pratt. He had a twin brother Elander who died at a young age. Her mother Nelius Joseph was born Swampton, Breathitt Co.,Ky, where she died i am unsure at this point. She was the daughter of Solomon Joseph and Rebecca Joseph. If anyone is connected to this family or has any info please contact me [contact link] Thank You, Tanna
Apr 04, 2006 · Reply
CarmonConder McManigell My Christmas Story by Carmon Conder McManigell

In 1941 I was seven years old and living with my grandparents on their farm in Leesburg,Texas.My how I enjoyed being the only child there and being pampered by my loving grandparents.
It was the holiday season and being a curious child I was beginning to really wonder if there was truly a Santa Claus.I asked my grandparents and they reassured me that Santa truly did exist.I still wondered if it was true.
My grandfather and I always went down in the woods on the farm and chopped down a beautiful tree for my grandmother's parlor.It was trimmed with colored popcorn and home made ornaments.
The kitchen was full of cookies,fruitcake,fruit and all kinds of home goodies,made by my grandmother.
My stocking was one of my grandmother's old hose.It was filled with nuts ,candy,and fruit.
As Christmas time neared I still had my doubts about Santa.My grandmother and I went into town one day,upon return my grandfather said Santa had come while we were gone.To prove it he took me out to the sandy road and low and behold thiere was some rain deer hoof prints in the sand.
Well to this day I still do not know if it was Santa and his reindeer's or it was granddaddy who led a baby calf up and down the sandy road.I choose to believe it was Santa.
Lets all remember the true meaning of Christmas,remembering Jesus this holiday season.
Feb 15, 2009 · Reply