When i look at the top of my page and see all of you looking back, Family ,Friend’s and Fan’s pic’s. I here these whisper Voices Saying Don’t give up Johnny’ You can do it we Have Faith in you. and the World want’s to here your Next song. so Just Keep Smiling Back at me. And Know i carry you in my Heart. Were Ever i may Go !!!! JD L
“ In1827 my Great, Great, Great, Grandfather was born. My Great, Great, Great Grandmother was born in 18 And 29. Both in Alabama. Great, Great Great Grandfather Obadiah B Stanford served in the Confederate Army in Company B of the Lewis Battalion. And was Honorably discharged at the end of the War. He was a farmer.
Please Stay Tuned Much more to Come. JD L
‘My Great, Great Grandparents Were Walter Daniel Stanford, Who was born in 18 and 45, and Sally Amanda Barnes Stanford. GrandFather was also a Confederate Soldier Serving in Captian Tobin’s Company, Tennessee Light Artillery, And was honorably discharged in 18 and 65, My Great Great Grandfather And Great Grandfather and his Brother all Joined the Confederate Army at the same time.
” It was at the close of the Civil War that my Great Great Grandparrents were Maried and came from Alabama to Florida in a covered Wagon. They made this long journey with another couple They found some property to homestead in a section of Florida that is now known as Brandon.
” My Great Grandfather James Albert Stanford was born in Florida on feb 9 , 18 and 81. on Nov. 28, 1909 he married my Great Grandmother, Macy Louise Thompson. she was born in Manatee County Florida in 18 and 94.