"I have them being married on May 3, 1826. There is a researcher by the name of Thomas Oatney who is related to this line. Timothy Birum Vining and Sina Jones had Harriet Sina Vining. Harriet married Britton J. Cook and they…"
"I am looking for the father of Bluford Hayes "Hayes" Jones born 1829 Alabama. His mother's name is Mary (unknown maiden name) b 1805. Both of his parents were born in S. Carolina. I have his Civil War records and followed him up…"
"That's right! I have noticed the same thing in the census with my grandparents. I know their information first hand and can compare that with the census. But I thought I would pass that along anyway! Happy Researching! Now only if I could find…"
"Martha, it sounds like you do have the family I am searching. According to my records, Timothy and Sina Vining had 13 children. I will search the 1810 census for New York and maybe I can find Sina's parents. Any help you can be will…"
"I am always interested in Jones research. I have a Jones brick wall and have worked and researched on this family member for a very long time so I hope I can be of some help to you! I just looked up the 1850 census…"
I am looking for any information on Sina Jones b. 1807, I know not where, m. Timothy Biram Vining 22 May 1826 Meiggs County, Ohio, d. 1891 Meiggs County, Ohio. Any information is appreciated.Thanks.See More
"I am looking for any inforamtion on Sina Jones b. 1807. I know not where, m. Timothy Biram Vining 22 May 1826, Meiggs County, Ohio and d. 1891 Meggs County Ohio. Any information will be greatly appreciated."
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Arkansas,Kentucky,Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Massachussetts, Virginia, New Jersey
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
When I was about thirteen years old, I had a dream about an elderly woman whom I did not recognize. I tried to describe the woman in my dream to my mother and from my description my mother was unable to identify her. Several years later as I was going through some old pictures that had been handed down to me by my grandmother, I found a picture of the woman I had seen in my dream. I showed the picture to my mother and she told me the woman is my great grandmother Susan Nancy Ray. I feel an incredible affinity toward this woman and have a driving desire to know more about her.
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Sorry I didn't get right back to you. I don't think my Williams line ties in with yours but I can't be sure since I don't have much info. My 2nd great-grandfather Wesley Williams lived in Clinton and Bond Counties in the mid-1800s but the last I have of him is in the 1870 census in Pope County. He was reportedly born in Tennessee but I have no parent or sibling names. As you know, hunting for Williams ancestors is a real challenge when you don't know first names! Thanks for responding though.