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Albert Alexander "Abe" Gentry (1842-1931)

Albert Alexander "Abe" Gentry (1842-1931)

Jonathan Gentry (View posts)
Posted: 24 Apr 2000 6:59PM GMT
I have already throughly traced Albert Alexander's line both up and down the tree. I was wondering if anyone had any old photos of him or his father James Overton Gentry also listed as James A. "Overton" Gentry.

Any information connecting him to the Civil War would be VERY helpful.

Albert Alexander "Abe" Gentry (1842-1931)

Jonathan Gentry (View posts)
Posted: 24 Apr 2000 7:03PM GMT
He lived and died in Powell's Station, Knox County, TN.

gentry

carolyn hargraves (View posts)
Posted: 26 Apr 2000 5:47PM GMT
HI! MY G-GMOTHER WAS A GENTRY. HER NAME WAS
SARAH ELIZABETH GENTRY-TROUP COUNTY, GA.
MARRIED JAMES WOOD. DO U HAPPEN TO HAVE HER
IN YOUR LINE?? I WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR HELP
AND WILL CHECK MY INFO FOR THE CIVIL WAR.
THANK YOU!

Berg

Shirley Berg (View posts)
Posted: 30 Apr 2000 5:45PM GMT
I don't but Berg might contact her at sberg1@mindspring.com

William S. Gentry

Don Gentry (View posts)
Posted: 12 Jun 2000 4:51PM GMT
Hi my name is Don Gentry and my greatgrandfather is William S. Gentry from bradley co. TN. could he be in your line if so could we trade info. It would really help Thanks

William S. Gentry

Beth (View posts)
Posted: 16 Jun 2000 3:24PM GMT
We have a William Shelby Gentry in our line,
but we understand that he is from Shelby
County Alabama, M. Fannie Elphine Holt
Same or not? Beth7903@aol.com

Albert Alexander Gentry

Posted: 10 Aug 2000 2:15PM GMT
Edited: 3 Jul 2001 5:43PM GMT
I have about 5000 names in my file and would love to add your family tree to my file. My E-Mail is truerhema@hotmail.com

Re: William S. Gentry

Posted: 21 Apr 2009 2:47AM GMT
Classification: Query
I show a William Henry Gentry married to a Sarah Nichols, from Shelby County Alabama. Son James Thomas Gentry- married Ada Beltz.

Re: gentry

Posted: 27 Apr 2009 4:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
Here are the 14 generations of your ‘Gentry’ lineage I have on file for you.I have not been able to go back any further than the year 1510.

The first five generations listed below were born in England. Nicholas Gentry (b. 22 Aug 1655) was the first to immigrate to America and all generations after him were born in America.

[01] John Gentry (b.1510)
[01] Agnes (b.1514)
[02] Simon Gentry (b.1549)
[02] Alice Finch (b.1533)
[03] Samuel Gentry (b.1585)
[03] Elizabeth Wade (b.1587)
[04] Samuel Gentry (b.16 Dec 1627)
[04] Margaret Draper (b.1635)
[05] Nicholas Gentry (b.22 Aug 1655)
[05] Lucy Cornelius (b.1661)
[06] Nicholas (Jr.) Gentry (b.30 May 1697)
[06] Mary Jane Brooks (b. 1699)
[07] Nicholas (III) Gentry (b.1726)
[07] Elizabeth Stringer (b.1726)
[08] Martin Gentry (b.20 Dec 1760)
[08] Margaret Ann Lowry (b.1759)
[09] Seaborn Gentry (b.1790)
[09] Margaret Lowery (b. ?)
[10] Martin Roland Gentry (b.15 May 1829)
[10] Louisa Jane Kittrell (b. Jul 1837)
[11] James F. Wood (b. ?)
[11] Sara Elizabeth (Lizzie) Gentry (b.12 Dec 1855)
[12] Your Grandfather (b. ?)
[12] Your Grandmother (b. ?)
[13] Your Father (b. ?)
[13] Your Mother (b.?)
[14] You (b. ?)
[14] Your Spouse (b. ?)

I need assistance from you in completing this branch of the 'Gentry' family tree as we are distant cousins. Help with generation 11-14 would be most apreciated.

Dave Gentry
4176 47th Ave NE
Salem, OR 97305
dragon4176@comcast.net

Re: William S. Gentry

Posted: 10 Nov 2009 10:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Beth, This is Cricket (Fanny), your Uncle Henry's daughter. I have lost your phone #s and address since Katrina. found you today on this site. Please contact me through the site, or call me at 985-882-6939 or work 985-641-0190 or e-mail me at fanny.g.pichon.hxk1@statefarm.com.

Hope to hear from you soon. Cricket
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