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Updated July 23, 2005

About Our Family Research

Starting my Family Tree in 1964 was something I wanted to do for my children, but grew to be over the years a way to honor both family members that I have known and shared life with, and my ancestors that I never met. Genealogy can be fun, confusing, time consuming, but worthwhile for each of us to leave our history along the way.

Family Photos
  • Rev. James Luther AKERS, My Grandfather (32 KB)
    James Luther Akers was a minister, section foreman for L&N Railroad, farmer and wonderful grandfather.
  • James H. and Sarah E. Ball Marcum (71 KB)
    This is a picture of my g.g.grandparents, James H. Marcum and Sarah E. Ball Marcum
  • Pleasant and Nancy Catherine "Nan" Thomas Moses (89 KB)
    Tombstone photo of my g.g.grandparents: Pleas and Nan Moses Wolf Creek Cemetery @ Baptist Church Whitley County, Kentucky
  • David Stewart and Rachel Emma MARCUM AKERS (39 KB)
    Taken about 1920, this picture shows David Stewart and Rachel Emma MARCUM AKERS and their two youngest children, Nellie Marion and Laura Mae.
  • George Washington COX (126 KB)
    George Washington COX, b. 29 Oct 1830, West Liberty, KY; d. 28 Sept 1891; married 7 Aug 1867 to Martha Jane HANKS, Wolfe Co., KY; buried at Cox's Mill Cemetery, Wolfe Co., KY.
  • Joshua MOSES I (Rev War Patriot, Pvt NC Troop) (106 KB)
    Joshua MOSES I was the beginning of my MOSES Family in Kentucky. Born 1748, in North Carolina, he came to Kentucky between 1793 and 1800, with his wife Jane Pleasant and young son, Joshua Moses II. This picture shows his gravemarker at Stanfill Cemetery, Pleasant View, Kentucky.
  • Joshua MOSES II and Anna HACKLER MOSES Gravemarker (128 KB)
    Joshua MOSES II, b. 1793, North Carolina; d. 9 May 1875, Whitley Co., KY; married Anna HACKLER on 23 April 1816. Anna was b. 3 February 1798, d. 26 October 1875. They are buried at MOSES Cemetery, Little Wolf Creek Road, Whitley Co., KY.
  • William Porter LACY (297 KB)
    This picture shows William Porter LACY in the early 1900's hauling freight with his oxen team from the train back to Campton, Wolfe Co., KY. Wiliam Porter was b. 29 Nov 1866, Lacy Creek, Wolfe Co., KY; d. 27 Oct 1937, Lexington, Fayette Co., KY; buried: Hillcrest Mem. Park, Lexington, KY. Wm. Porter was married to Mollie Elizabeth JOHNSON.
  • DEAN Family (43 KB)
    This picture shows Dudley Ewing DEAN, my G.Grandfather, with Sons, Millard and Floyd, and Grandsons, Oscar and Lonnie. Left to Right: Dudley, Oscar, Millard, Floyd and Lonnie.
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