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Welcome to Our Family Web Portal

This website is to preserve and share family history, oral and documented, genealogy, and biographies of family members as well as other relevant family information. It is being developed in memory of my mother, Helen Holloway Dyer, who passed away January 9, 2009. It is for “our family,” but in a sense we are all family, (if we did all the genealogy,) please feel free to post information about your family.

I haven't posted a lot of information yet; I have been busy building the site. Please help out by creating an account and posting relevant information about our family. I am particularly hopeful that we can persevere the "storys" that have been told by our ancestors. Do you remember a story your father or grandmother told? Write it down and post it.

Look around and see what you think about the site. We have just got started and there will be lots more soon. You can give us feedback on the site by clicking on, (you guessed it,) the Feedback link.

You can start helping out on the site by writing and posting your own bio. No need to post you pin number or bank account, but just who you are and how you are related to the family. If you don't know how or if you are related to our family, tell us some of your ancestors.
 
 


 
 
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  Biographies Holloway Family: Mama (Helen Taylor Dyer), 1991

A movie of Mama, (Helen Taylor Dyer) talking about worked for the dry cleaners in Tuscaloosa Al.

Click the read more link for the link to the movie.

 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Sunday, March 08 @ 14:29:17 GMT (116 reads)
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  Pictures Holloway Family: Holloway Pictures

Old Holloway Pictures.

 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Wednesday, February 04 @ 06:08:39 GMT (177 reads)
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  Events Taylor Family: Death of Ivon Taylor

It is with sadness and regret that we announce the death of Ivon Taylor. Ivon was the youngest brother of Hiram Doye Taylor Sr. At this time we are not sure of the time of death, it seems that it was most likely Sunday the 31st of January, 2009. (it was Feb. 1, 2009.) Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery in Adel, Cook County, Georgia, (what was once called the Old Town Cemetery; the same one where Levi Sapp is buried.)
Note: Ivon was married twice. Gale and Marjorie preceded him in death.
 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Wednesday, February 04 @ 04:50:07 GMT (187 reads)
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  Pictures Palmer Family: Old Palmer Photos

Some very old photos of the Palmer Family.

 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Tuesday, February 03 @ 16:05:43 GMT (131 reads)
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  Pedigree Charts - (Family Trees) Taylor Family: John R. Taylor Pedigree

Pedigree Chart in pdf formant of John R. Taylor, son of Hiram Doye Taylor and Frances Helen Holloway Taylor Dyer.

 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Monday, February 02 @ 08:33:01 GMT (147 reads)
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  People we are Searching for Taylor Family: Nancy Jo Shaw (Taylor)

We are searching for Nancy Jo Shaw. She was the wife of John R. Taylor (Sr.) and the mother of John R. Taylor Jr., (Johnny Ray Taylor.) We think she was from Michigan. John was born in Clearwater Florida in 1958.

Note: We do not know it Nancy is alive. We would like information on her and her family either way.
 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Sunday, February 01 @ 14:29:05 GMT (122 reads)
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  Events Taylor Family: Memorial Service for Hiram Doye Taylor

There will be a memorial service for Hiram Doye Taylor in Nashville Georgia in October 2009. Details will follow.


 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Thursday, January 29 @ 15:57:46 GMT (210 reads)
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  Biographies General Info: Need Authors to Write Bios.

testaccount writes "
We need help writing the biographies for our family members. Please post for the individuals we have listed or any other family member you would like to write about.


Helen Holloway Dyer
Hiram Doye Taylor Sr.
William David Holloway
write your own.

"
 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Thursday, January 29 @ 10:14:42 GMT (138 reads)
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  Pedigree Charts - (Family Trees) Holloway Family: Helen Holloway Pedigree

Pedigree Chart for Frances Helen Holloway Taylor Dyer.

Click Here - Helen Holloway Pedigree

 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Wednesday, January 28 @ 09:21:45 GMT (137 reads)
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  Biographies Taylor Family: Bio of Hiram Doye Taylor Sr.

Hiram Doye Taylor "Doye" was born on 30 Jan 1921 in Cecil Georgia. He died on 29 Oct 1975 at home with son John Taylor, in Adel, Cook Co. Georgia. The cause of death was heart attack. He was buried on 2 Nov 1975 in Fellowship Church, Cecil, Cook Co. Georgia. He married Frances Helen Holloway. The marriage ended in divorce.
 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Wednesday, January 28 @ 09:06:05 GMT (211 reads)
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  Biographies Holloway Family: Bio of Frances Helen Holloway Taylor Dyer

I will start Mama's bio soon. If anyone would like to contribute stories, ( and I hope many of you do,) you can just submit them by clicking the submit news link. Make the title something I will understand to mean it is about Mama, like: stories about Helen Holloway Dyer, etc.

In the meantime I will place some links about Mama's life.

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  Posted by bootadminon Wednesday, January 28 @ 09:05:11 GMT (258 reads)
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  Family Literature LDS Church: HISTORY OF THE LDS CHURCH IN TUSCALOOSA COUNTY ALABAMA

Written by Sister Helen Holloway Dyer in 1997
The church had not flourished much in Tuscaloosa county until 1941. It was not that the church had neglected Alabama. In a special conference in April 1843, with Brigham Young President, the following men were appointed to Alabama: Benjamin L. Clapp, John Blair, Wilkinson Hewitt and Lymon O. Littlefield. (History of the Church Vol. 5, pg. 347)

These men must have been very dedicated and found some valiant people. In April 1844 a conference was held at Cypry, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. At the conference seven branches were represented. There were 192 members present including twelve elders, five priests, four teachers and two deacons. At that conference Elder Benjamin L. Clapp was president and John Brown was clerk. Other elders appointed were W.G. Brandon, L.D. Butler and T.J. Brandon (History of the church Vol. 6, pgs. 331-338) But people were very hostile to the Mormons and the branches seemed to have dwindled away. Of course many faithful saints from that time migrated to the West. The influence of the Church from that time is still found in the area. North of Tuscaloosa we find a road called Mormon Road. Up near Jasper is found a town named Nauvoo.

In about January of 1941 Elder W. Merle Anglesey and Elder Clayton Larson were sent to open up Tuscaloosa ... again. When Helen Dyer began to write this account, she located Elder McArthur who had baptized her. He wrote to her and said that he went to his journal and found where he had written of her baptism. His journal said, "I baptized Helen in the afternoon in the Black Warrior River, about nine miles on highway eleven." That was on September 7, 1941. And he says, ''This appears to be the start of the church in that area." Other elders had come, but there were no baptisms.


 
 
  Posted by bootadminon Wednesday, January 28 @ 09:01:27 GMT (209 reads)
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