Friday, November 20, 2009

Hembree Pedigree-11 Generations of

Decendents of James Hembree and Sara Bird (possible spelling=byrd)

1. James Hembree b. 1729 Lunenburg, Virgina d. 1790 Spartenburg co. Startenburg, SC
m. Sara Bird (unknow date/place) b. 1733 Spartenburg, SC d. 1799 SC

James and Sara had 3 children:
2A>William W.Hembree b. 1754 d. 04 Oct 1821
b. Joel Bird Hembree b.1755 d.1825
c. Robert Hembree b. 1759 d?

2A> William W. Hembree
m. Orinah (unknown name/dates) b. 1759 d.Dec 1834 Spartenburg, SC
William and Orinah had 9-possible 10 children:
a. Owens Hembree 1765-1837
b. Sara Hembree 1765-1837
c.William W. Hembree 1775-1839
d. Joseph Joel Hembree 1779-1825
3E>Isaiah Hembree b. 1781 Virgina d. 11 Sept. 1853 Carroll, GA. *NOTE: dies 156 years before 9/11 NY towers coming down.
f. Irah Hembree 1783-1810
g.Elizabeth Hembree 1783-1821
h. Johnson J. Hembree 1784-1840
i. James Hembree 1785-1845
j. (unknown first name) Hembree 1787-1800 *NOTE: lived only about 13 yrs.

3E> Isaiah Hembree
m. Mary Brooks (20 Dec. 1810 ) b. 1788 Virgina d. 1872 Fulton, GA.
Isaiah and Mary had 7-possible 8 children
a. Malinda Hembree 1811-?
b. Washington Hembree 1813-1862

c. Charlotty Hembree
d. Melissa Hembree
*NOTE: both born 1818 no known death date, could be twins, looking into later

e. Lucy Hembree 1820-1909
f. William James 1824-?
g. Nancy Hembree 1824-?
4H> Isaiah Hembree b. 29 January 1828 Spartenburg, South Carolina d. 08 May 1864 Fairplay, GA.

4H> Isaiah Hembree
m. Mary A. Long (dates unknown) b. 18 July 1833 SC d. 17 Feb 1881 Church Wetzel, W.V.
Isaiah and Mary had 8 children:
a. Angelina Hembree 1853-?
b. James Monroe Hembree 1855-?
c. Sarah Francis Hembree 1857-?
d. George Washington Hembree 1859-1948
e. Martha Caldonia Hembree 1861-1893
f. Peter Hembree 1862-?
5G> William Jasper Hembree b. 20 Dec 1863 GA d. 17 Sept. 1944 Douglasville, Douglas, GA
h. Fanny Hembree 1866-?

5G> William Jasper Hembree
m. Alma Beatrice Gable (15 Aug. 1918) b. 28 April 1883 d. 23 March 1953
*NOTE: William was at age 54, a late age to be getting married or may have been married before - Alma had been married before. With several children showing on census .

William and Alma had 4 Children
a. Moses Hembree ?-?
b. Flora Bell Hembree ?-?
6C> William Rubin Hembree b. Douglas GA d. 12 Jan. 1976 Stone Mt., DeKalb, GA
d. Thomas Isaiah Hembree 1924-?

6C> William Rubin Hembree
m. Susan E. Tackett (?unknown date/place) b.? d.?
William and Susan had two children:
a. Maxine Hembree (unknown info)
7B> Thomas Charley Hembree b. 06 April 1891 GA d. 06 November 1969 LaVonia GA
m. Bertha Viola Stovall (29 Nov. 1910 GA) b. 04 Feb. 1892 d. 28 March 1982 Stephens, GA
Thomas and Bertha had 7 children:

8A> John Basil Hembree b. 16 April 1913 Franklin co. GA d. 13 Nov. 1963 *NOTE: just days apart from President Kennedy's Death.
b. Ellie F. Hembree 1915-?
c. Henry P Hembree 1916-?
d. Woodrow W Hembree 1918-?
e. Melvin T. Hembree 1921-1977
f. Emma L. Hembree 1925-?
g. Leone Hembree 1927-?

8A> John Basil Hembree
m. Lucile Medlin (unknown date/place) b. 08 Oct. 1913 GA d. 03 June 1993 SC
John and Lucile had 4 children:
3 girls and 1 boy (all but one is still alive. Beth , the oldest died several years ago, no info on this)

The only son is my children's father , and he is the 9th generation. This makes our children, their cousins all in the 10th generation. With another generation coming along with our grandchildren being the 11th generation.....wonder if there are any in the 12th generation as being great grands !

Now any one from this extended family, do help out with any info , and/or corrections. This would be of great help, have been finding records are hard to come by with SC and GA,

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

5 part artical on Family History Centers and HOW 2 USE them

good artical for those just starting and for all others looking for help .

in reference to: About Genealogy Guide to the Family History Library System 

Monday, November 16, 2009

Sunday, November 15, 2009

HOW TO guide-genealogy

collecting, finding missing info, organizing,and refernce tools

in reference to: Genealogy "How-To" Guide 

101 (FREE) Ways 2 Research the Family Tree -

links to different helpful sites with a few word about it.Great for your genealogy bookmark file!

in reference to: 101 Ways to Research Your Family Tree for Free 

NO Money, NO Problem-still do genealgoy

It doesn't have to cost a lot of money to do your genealogy. Great tips to free ways of doing the ancestry tree.

in reference to: Trace Your Family Tree Without Breaking the Bank 

Tip to making ounline Genealogy Databases work for you

simple, to the point, makes sense to follow!

in reference to: 5 Tips for Making the Most of Online Genealogy Databases 

Help from Societies *Genealogy

This is about 7pages, worth the time to print out. Good reading, lots of ideas to get started on using this resourse.

in reference to: Internet Genealogy, Level 2 -- Lesson 1: Help from Societies 


This book seems to be of interest and will be sending away for . I am now just starting to organizing my family info and want to write my own book.

Check out the link for the Table of Content!

in reference to: How To Write And Publish Your Family Book (view on Google Sidewiki)

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Huge SURNAME search database

great place to explore, looking around to see where your name may or may not end up.

in reference to: CinnamonToast Genealogy (view on Google Sidewiki)

HEMBREE resours link

finding out more info about the name and where it comes from and also who is in the family.

in reference to: Hembree Newsletter & Mailing List (view on Google Sidewiki)

Extentive HEMBREE links

can find several of the lines of my Hembree tree among this site. Seems to be a very valuble resourse.

in reference to: Hembree/Bays/Smith Family Trees (view on Google Sidewiki)

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Family facts

history and origin on first and last name.
try it, change to your name and see what you come up with

in reference to: Family Facts on Facebook (view on Google Sidewiki)

DNA for Genealogy

interesting artical...seems this is for the male line of any family, tho they do have test for the females...

in reference to: Genealogical DNA test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (view on Google Sidewiki)