Jean Mccluskey

AncientFaces Member since Jul 31, 2015

About: I'm doing genealogical research in South Carolina, North Carolina and Texas. I'm working the hardest on the Sherfesee, Molloy, Boyd, Lanier, Bolleter, Perkins, McCluskey, Hinton Haughton/Horton families.

Researching: Boyd, Molloy, Lanier, Perkins, Hinton, Mccluskey, Sherfesee, Bolleter, Haughton

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This is from aunt Lola's TCU (Tx Christian University - ft worth tx} yearbook
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This is a picture of the surviving children of David John, Sr and Alice Myrtle (nee Bowie) McCluskey
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I believe this may have been taken at Easter time.
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I think this may be the Bowie family of Chicago Illinois. This might be a Bowie family photo?
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Alice Myrtle Bowie McCluskey, wife of David John McCluskey Sr.
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Cady Williams McCluskey, wife of David Herman McCluskey. Her father was one of the last stage coach drivers in Texas.
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This is Theodore John Bolleter, husband of Amanda L. Turner Bolleter. He worked for many years for Western Union in Laredo Texas.
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David McCluskey grave. Cemetery located on Ave J (Broadway) in Galveston Texas. Husband of Frederiicia Margaratha McCluskey who is buried next to him.
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Jean Mccluskey Samantha, I'm so sorry to be late replying to you. I would love to know if you are still writing the book or not. Caron Withers Snyder was/is a great soursce for me in the past about Charles. My Grandmother had the Turner/Adams family bible, but it was stolen by a family member and the family says they have no knowledge of its where-a-bouts (so sad to loose that history to greed).
Apr 14 · posted to the photo Turner Oak @ Greenvwood Cemetery
Jean Mccluskey Have you searched on Ancestry.com? There are family tree's posted there. I've never heard of AL perkins in this line. There was a Talvin which was short for Montalvin Perkins.
Sep 26, 2012 · posted to the photo Mr & Mrs Lloyd Perkins
Jean Mccluskey Mealie was the 2nd wife of James Abner Perkins who was a traveling minister in Louisiana.
Dec 11, 2004 · posted to the photo Granny Perkins
Jean Mccluskey I agree it looks like Civil War Area (1860's,) but don't know if its in the US. Almost has as German / Russian feel to it for some reason. Maybe this was a hunt club or society somewhat like our "boy scouts"? Just a suggetsion.
Jun 16, 2003 · posted to the photo Unknown War Boys