Hello Phyllis, I just came by this tidbit that I found interesting and thought you might also (if you didn't already know it). Upon reading the 1912 obituary for Francis Marion White, who married Elizabeth F. Marchman, it states that he was survived by a sister-in-law, Mrs. W. W. Roop. I checked some records and saw that Rev. Roop married Mrs. Malvin Mallory in 1912 in Carroll County. She is shown on the 1920 Census as his wife, Malven P., and is shown on his 1922 Death certificate as Mallie. This is your Great-Grandmother. Sometime after your Great-Grandfather Huff died in 1896, she married William H. Mallory. Then she married Rev. W. W. Roop in 1912. Rev. Roop's first wife passed away earlier that year. She was a third cousin of Mallie's. Her name was Martha Jane Moore. She was a daughter of H. W. and Sallie Barnes Moore and Sallie was a daughter of Enos Barnes. Enos was a son of Jethro Barnes. So both of Rev. W. W. Roop's wives were Great-Grandaughters of Jethro and Nancy Pender Barnes. Rev. W. W. Roop was pastor, at one time or another, of most of the Southern Baptist churches in Carroll County in the 1800's, including my home church, Bethesda, where Wiley G. Marchman was a Deacon (during Rev. Roop's tenure) and is buried. Sometimes it seems our family trees are more like family VINES!