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WILLIAM & MARY E. FLEMING

WILLIAM & MARY E. FLEMING

Posted: 14 Nov 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 Jul 2001 5:12PM GMT
Surnames: FLEMING, ALLS, AULS, MEYER, MEYERS, STEWART, STUART, ASHER
I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON WILLIAM FLEMING AND HIS FAMILY WHO WERE ON THE 1900 CENSUS OF CLAY CO., TX. THESE PEOPLE ARE BURIED IN THE CHARLIE CEMETERY IN CHARLIE TEXAS.
I AM HOPING TO PROVE THAT THIS WILLIAM IS THE ONE WHO WAS SON OF SAMUEL FLEMMING OF BLEDSOE CO., TENN. ON THE 1840 &
1850 CENSUS FOR HIS SON WAS JOHN D. FLEMING FROM TENN. AND HAS CURRENT FAMILY IN THE THORNBERRY, AREA. FOR IF THIS IS THE SON OF SAMUEL FLEMMINGS OF BLEDSOE HE IS KIN TO RACHEAL L. ALLS MEYERS WIFE OF JOHN WHO ALSO BURIED IN CHARLIE CEMETERY THROUGH HER MOTHER SYTHIA FLEMING ALLS OF SHANNON CO., MO. WHO WAS WILLIAM'S SISTER.
THANK YOU,
TERRY STEWART twstew1@swbell.net

Re: WILLIAM & MARY E. FLEMING

Posted: 4 Sep 2005 1:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Mar 2006 6:28AM GMT
Surnames: Meyer, Stewart, Alls, Fleming, Flemming, Myer, Myers
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twstew1@verizon.net

Thanks,
Terry Stewart

Re: WILLIAM & MARY E. FLEMING

Posted: 18 Oct 2005 3:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Fleming, Kyle, Hamlin or Hamblin
Is Mary Fleming's middle name by any chance Emma? If her maiden name is Hamlin or Hamblin, then she could be my great grandmother.

Re: WILLIAM & MARY E. FLEMING

Posted: 18 Oct 2005 4:45AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Mar 2006 6:28AM GMT
Surnames: Fleming, Flemings, Alls, Meyer
Unfortunately I have not a clue as to her middle name . But it could be. But I can tell you this much if your William is the son of a Samuel Fleming and a Mary. We have a connect All I know is that buried in Charlie Cemetery is a William and a Mary E. Fleming. If his birth date if I rember correctly is about 1834 and born in TN. Then my suspiction will be correct that the Flemings in that Cemetery in Charlie and the Rachel Louise Alls Meyer buried in same was his Niece. But the Flemings there in the area are still living there say no connection. But i have had my suspicions for a while. As my cousin Tom White and his best friend one of the same Fleming's living there still are actually third to fourth Cousins as I would also. But he he ask them and they say no but i am doing the research. For some reason the Alls moved from MO. to Clay Co., Tx. and have yet to figure out why. Unless they knew some there which would link up to there Uncle William Fleming. The Alls which there were more than one Mother had a brother by the Name William Fleming who did move from TN. to MO. in the 1850's and 1860's with the rest of the Family he went some where and I am thinking he went to Texas from Tn. I actually never could find him on Census records after 1850 in Tn. with the rest od his family.
Let me Know what you think by the way Rachel named one of her daughters EMMA by the way.
Thanks ,
Terry Stewart
twstew1@verizon.net

Re: WILLIAM & MARY E. FLEMING

Carolyn Ellertson (View posts)
Posted: 19 Oct 2005 6:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Mar 2006 2:55AM GMT
Surnames: Fleming, Flemming, Hamlin, Hamblin, Kyle, Combs, Poole
I believe William's father was named Samuel, but I do not know the name of his mother. My William was born in Ray County (later Clay County, MO?). His obituary states that he went back to Texas to enlist (CSA) under his old friend Captain Harrison. He probably married Mary Emma, or Emma Mary (my mother's sister was named after her) in Texas, as both my grandfather (Claude Moore Fleming whose 2nd marriage was to my grandmother Frances Kyle of Missouri) and his brother Stephen Vincent Fleming were born in Texas to the best of my knowledge. Claude was born in Thorpe Springs (Hood County)Texas in 1878, died in Douglas County, Oregon, in 1943 where he removed to in late life, and where I was born. They also lived in Missouri and Oklahoma for a time. My three siblings were born there (OK). If you check land records through the Bureau of Land Management or GIS, you will see early land patents by Thomas Fleming in Missouri, and he was from Pennsylvania at the time. My branch of the Flemings were definitely from PA early on, because mother used to tell me a story about her grandfather William going to visit family in PA, and coming through right after the Johnstown flood. He bought a picture for my step grandmother LaDora Combs (his second wife by whom he had about three children. She also had two of her own from previous marriage to Combs).
When William's first wife Emma Mary or Mary Emma Hamlin/Hamblin died (Texas), he was devastated, and packed up his two little boys, packed everything in a wagon, and driving the cream of the crop of his cattle before him, removed back to Missouri. He later owned one of the first resorts in the Ozarks called Riverside Farm Inn (it evolved from his own home), or Riverside Inn near Noel, Missouri in McDonald County, MO. My mother went there as a child. ago.Both he and LaDora are buried at the Neosho, Newton County, Missouri IOOF Cemetery. I have been there about three years ago. William was born 1845, died 1924, but both he and his second wife, LaDora, died at the home of their daughter Carol Poole (Mrs. Clyde Poole) in Collinsville. Oddly enough, the cemetery in Neosho has her listed as buried in the family plot, although I found no headstone; but I did find William Henry Fleming and their daughter Hallie, who died in early 20's probably from typhoid. Have both obituaries, although the State of Oklahoma can't find a death certificate for him. Did get one for LaDora. Believe she was from Kentucky. So, the William in your cemetery is not my William, but still could be connected in my estimation. People from SW Missouri are very familiar with "Uncle Jim" Fleming. He removed to Oklahoma and farmed for years, but is buried in McDonald County Missouri (Anderson?).

Lets pursue this, as I have chased these people for several years now, and they are driving me crazy. If we can look together, maybe we can have better luck. I don't find much on the internet about them, although I do have William H Flemming/Fleming's Civil War information. Keep in touch.

Re: WILLIAM & MARY E. FLEMING

Posted: 9 Oct 2009 9:40PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Fleming, Flemming, DNA Project,
If there is a Fleming male from this line please encourage them to join our Fleming DNA Project at the following
link. We have over 150 participants and kin are finding kin due to dna matching and also clues to their origins prior to arriving in USA or Canada.

Some have even matched with other Fleming/Flemming families in Australia and NZ.

www.dna.ancestry.com search for surname FLEMING
(ours is the largest Fleming project happening at the moment)

Fleming Y project for males
Fleming Y and MT project for females and males

Janet of oz aka Flandrensis
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