Guy Embree married Elizabeth McHone Oct 1940, in Madison Co. Kentucky. Elizabeth was b. Nov. 12, 1915 d. Dec. 26, 1969.
Elizabeth was daughter of William Walker McHone and Lula Barrett McHone.
They are buried at PILOT KNOB CEMETERY, BEREA, KENTUCKY
My daddy always went by Guy Embree, but I would watch him practicing writing his name, he would put a W. in the middle. I never really knew if it belonged there, but suspected it had something to do with his mother, Velma Williams Embree's, maiden name. I found my younger brothers delayed birth certificate which my mother had given them the information. It gives our father as "Guy Williams Embree" so now I know. I love you, Daddy, hope you can see what I've done from up there!
FAMILY TREE CHART FOR GUY W. EMBREE
ELIZABETH EMBREE'S "McHONE AND BARRETT ROOTS"
JULIA ANN ELLEN JACKSON HEMBREE
JOHN EMRY AND LILLEY D.ROSE EMRY
SMALLPOX AND STUBBORNESS IN JACKSON COUNTY, KY?
JOHN T. ROSE AND MARTHA ANN PRIEST ROSE
SAMUEL ROSE AND SARAH JENNY WASSON ROSE
TOM EMBREE AND VELMA WILLIAMS EMBREE
TOM EMBREE AND LUCY SETTLE SMITH EMBREE
PILOT KNOB CEMETERY, BEREA, KENTUCKY
SETTLE BURIALS IN PILOT KNOB CEMETERY
GEORGE WILLIAMS AND SUSIE CATES WILLIAMS
STORIES AND STUFF
WILLIAM KATES AND LUCINDA KELLEY KATES
ALEXANDER CATES AND MALINDA PARKE CATES
CATES CEMETERY, MADISON CO. KENTUCKY
EMMANUEL KELLEY AND NANCY KINDRED KELLEY
SAMUEL KELLEY AND ELIZABETH KELLEY
MY KELLEY ANCESTORS IN IRELAND
This Website and all other genealogical and historical websites on the Internet are here because of alot of hard work. It's a big job, and takes much time and energy and years to gather information. I have tried so hard to give credit to all the ones who helped me, either with tons of info or just a helpful reply on a messageboard. They deserve full credit for helping me find my ancestors.
Please email me and let me know if we're related, share with me what you have, I'm willing to share with you. If you want to use something I have, email me and ask my consent, that's what I did with some of the things I have here, since this and other websites are copyrighted.
This website may not be used for commercial purposes.
If you are kin, feel free to copy information, it would be nice of you to send me a note telling me how we're related. People sometimes don't realize that finding something on the internet does not make it free to take, copyrights are legal on the internet, too, as well as anywhere else. I'm here for family, not glory, so any help you could give me are more twigs, branches and leaves for our Family Tree.
Thank you for taking time to read this, good luck to all in your search for your own family tree, Barb.
Sincere thanks to all who have helped me along the way, Doug Fletcher, Donny Perry, Ralph Barnes, Elsie Baker, Kit Cates, Gloria Ross, Yvonne Koller, Alice Parker, Don Kelley, Perry Brake, Wilma Abrams Hobson, Gloria Abrams, Joyce Collins, Sharon, my lovely Madalyn Embree, Keith Rose and so many, many others. Let me know if you see anything you feel is wrong, we'll talk it over.
I started my genealogy search to find out the real story behind my gr. grandfather, John Embree's murder, and my gr. grandmother, Lilley Embree's death within 2 weeks of his. I found my answer and so much more.
I want to thank Gloria Black, for posting her gr. grandfather's, William H. Clark's, information on the Jackson Co. Kentucky site. When she did that, my answers fell into place and I am so thankful to her for that.
Do I care if some of the men in my ancestry drank moonshine or got into fights? Do I care if some of the women in my lines might have had things happen to them that others would be judgemental over?
No, I don't care, I am proud of each and every one for surviving, for dealing with the good and the bad....the troubled times... with courage and "standing their ground", no matter what hit them in life. There was only one person who was ever perfect on this earth, and He still loves us ones who aren't.