Ancestors and Descendents of D&P Mendheim


Albert H Erwin [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born 4, 5, 6 in Nov 1889 in Georgia. He married Margaret E Eastin in 1910.

Margaret E Eastin [Parents] was born 1, 2, 3 in Apr 1893 in Kentucky. She married Albert H Erwin in 1910.

They had the following children:

  F i Emilie Erwin 1 was born 2, 3 about 1912 in Georgia.
  M ii Albert H Erwin Jr. 1 was born 2, 3 about 1914 in Georgia.
  F iii Margaret Erwin was born about 1917.
  M iv Harry Erwin 1 was born 2, 3 about 1922 in Georgia.

Thomas B Eastin was born on 22 Aug 1859 in Kentucky. He died on 21 Sep 1932 in Kentucky. He married Emma Hanley on 26 Dec 1889.

Emma Hanley was born 1 about 1871 in Kentucky. She married Thomas B Eastin on 26 Dec 1889.

Other marriages:
Bailey, H C

They had the following children:

  F i Margaret E Eastin was born in Apr 1893.

Mr. FNU Poole.Mr. married Margaret Erwin.

Margaret Erwin [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3, 4, 5 about 1917 in Georgia. She married Mr. FNU Poole.


H C Bailey was born about 1870 in Kentucky. He married Emma Hanley about 1899.

Emma Hanley was born 1 about 1871 in Kentucky. She married H C Bailey about 1899.

Other marriages:
Eastin, Thomas B


Fielding Price was born in 1818 in South Carolina. He died on 31 Jan 1865 in Arkansas. He married Mary Martha Guthrie.

Mary Martha Guthrie [Parents] was born on 14 Jun 1822 in Chester County, South Carolina. She died on 19 Apr 1893 in Arkansas. She married Fielding Price.


Joseph McKinney [Parents].Joseph married FNU Robbins.

FNU Robbins.FNU married Joseph McKinney.


Gustave Beauregard Owens [Parents] was born on 17 Jul 1859 in Henry County, Alabama. He died on 22 Mar 1937 in Henry County, Alabama. He married Mary Cole Skipper on 15 Jul 1879.

Mary Cole Skipper was born on 26 Sep 1861. She died on 6 Sep 1940. She married Gustave Beauregard Owens on 15 Jul 1879.

They had the following children:

  F i Annie Bess Owens was born on 2 Jun 1891. She died on 18 Jun 1967.

Mr. FNU Ward.Mr. married Susie V Hartley.

Susie V Hartley [Parents] was born 1 about 1921 in Henry County, Alabama. She married Mr. FNU Ward.


Malcolm Conner Hamby 1 was born on 2 Sep 1920 in Illinois. He died on 6 Jan 1967 in Norfolk City, Virginia. He married 2 Ramona Hartley in 1949 in Bay, Florida.

Ramona Hartley [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 18 Jan 1929 in Henry County, Alabama. She died 5 on 8 Jan 2011 in Virginia. She married 6 Malcolm Conner Hamby in 1949 in Bay, Florida.

Other marriages:
Mapp, Alf Johnson Jr

SUFFOLK - Dr. Ramona Hartley Mapp, formerly of Portsmouth, VA died onSaturday, January 8, 2011, in a Suffolk Hospital. A native ofHeadland, Alabama, she had lived in the Hampton Roads area since 1962,and lived in the Churchland area of Portsmouth from 1971 until shemoved to Lake Prince Woods retirement community in 2009. She was aretired educator, community leader, and homemaker. Dr. Mapp had adiverse education. She attended public schools in Alabama and Floridaand began her college education at the University of London, England.She also attended Huntingdon College in Montgomery, AL, and IndianaUniversity. She earned bachelors and masters degrees in English fromOld Dominion University, where she taught English for several yearsand helped found the Delta Sigma Lambda sorority. She earned adoctorate in education from Virginia Tech. She inspired students andfaculty at Tidewater Community Colleges Portsmouth campus from 1971 to1995, serving as professor of English, English Department chair, andchair of the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences. Dr. Mapp wasactive in numerous educational, civic, cultural, political, and churchorganizations. She was president of the South Atlantic Association ofDepartments of English, of the Tidewater Child Care Center, of youngAudiences of Virginia, and of the Friends of the Portsmouth PublicLibrary. She chaired the Portsmouth Library board, was regent of theFort Nelson chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, andfounded and headed the TLC (Tender Loving Care) Committee ofChurchland Baptist Church, where she also taught Sunday and was adeacon. She was a member of the American Association of UniversityWomen, the Poetry Society of Virginia, and the Jamestown Society. Shewas named an Outstanding Tidewater Professional Women, received aFriend of the Arts Award, and was listed in Whos Who Among AmericanWomen. She loved Portsmouth and the Hampton Roads area, where shemoved after living in various regions of the U.S. and in London,England. She co-authored Portsmouth: A Pictorial History with herhusband of 39 years, Dr. Alf Johnson Mapp, Jr, who survives her. Shewas a wonderful partner to him, as she was to her first husband,Colonel Malcolm C. Hamby USAF, who died in 1967. Dr. Mapp waspredeceased by her parents, Smith Culp Bud Hartely and Annie Bess KitHartley of Tumbleton, AL, and by siblings Erlene Dykes Culp, HerbertJake Dykes, and Colin Dykes. She is survived by her sister, SueHartley Ward, of Headland, AL. Dr. Mapp is also survived by her sons,Gregory Stuart Hamby (wife Linda Moon) of Kitty Hawk, NC, and GeoffreyAlan Hamby (wife Pamela Thurman) of Falls Church, VA, and herstepsons, Alf Johnson Mapp, III, of Portsmouth, VA. She is survived bygranddaughter Ramona Hamby Tyabut and husband Constantin Tyabut of St.Petersburg Russia and Kitty Hawk, N.C. and grandsons ChristopherMalcolm Hamby and Nicholas Conner Hamby of Falls Church. Survivorsalso include step-granddaughters Allison Adams Jones and Nicole AdamsGeddie of Kitty Hawk and step-granddaughters Katie Anne Ley and RachelLauren Ley of Falls Church. She is also survived by many nieces,nephews, cousins, and friends. Dr. Mapp was a wonderful hostess andcook who provided delightful hospitality for her extended family andfriends. She was an extremely articulate person with many interests,being an international traveler, a lover of Shakespearian drama andother theater, a concert goer, a museum and art lover, a donor to theVirginia Symphony and other arts organizations, and an avid reader ofthe poetry of Chaucer, Donne, and Milton, as well as contemporaryfiction and nonfiction. Dr. Mapp was a lovely lady who brought out thebest in people,she will be missed. The family would like to thank DrMapps aides and care givers: Helen Ratcliff, her long time assistant;Denise Fortune of Senior Corp; her chef Casey Hoxter; Katrina Britt,Melinda Eubanks, Stephanie Kazouris, Shantel Weathers, Lisa Scott, andCheri Lane, all of Home Instead of Suffolk, which is co-owned andmanaged by Nell and Larry Neal. We would like to thank the ReverendLawrence Coleman of Churchland Baptist Church, the Reverend Dr. SkipIrby of West End Baptist Church, and the Reverend Dr. Woodie Rea ofLake Prince Woods, as well as the Lake Prince Woods community. Peoplemay pay respects to Dr. Mapp by signing the Book of Remembrance atSturtevant Funeral Home, Portsmouth Blvd. Chapel on Tuesday afternoonand evening and all day Wednesday. Visitation with the family will beat 10 AM Thursday, January 13, at Churchland Baptist Church, 3031Churchland Blvd, Chesapeake, VA, followed by an 11 AM funeral servicein the church and burial at the church cemetery, conducted by theReverend Lawrence Coleman. Donations may be made in Dr. Mapps memoryto Churchland Baptist Church, Young Audiences of Virginia, theVirginia Symphony, or the Friends of the Portsmouth Public Library, aswell as to other nonprofit organizations.

They had the following children:

  M i Gregory Stuart Hamby.
  M ii Geoffrey Alan Hamby.

Alf Johnson Mapp Jr [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 17 Feb 1925 in Norfolk, Virginia. He died 5 on 23 Jan 2011. He was buried 6 in Chesapeake (Chesapeake City County), Chesapeake City, Virginia, USA. He married Ramona Hartley.

Other marriages:
Lockhart, Hartley

Ramona Hartley [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 18 Jan 1929 in Henry County, Alabama. She died 5 on 8 Jan 2011 in Virginia. She married Alf Johnson Mapp Jr.

Other marriages:
Hamby, Malcolm Conner

SUFFOLK - Dr. Ramona Hartley Mapp, formerly of Portsmouth, VA died onSaturday, January 8, 2011, in a Suffolk Hospital. A native ofHeadland, Alabama, she had lived in the Hampton Roads area since 1962,and lived in the Churchland area of Portsmouth from 1971 until shemoved to Lake Prince Woods retirement community in 2009. She was aretired educator, community leader, and homemaker. Dr. Mapp had adiverse education. She attended public schools in Alabama and Floridaand began her college education at the University of London, England.She also attended Huntingdon College in Montgomery, AL, and IndianaUniversity. She earned bachelors and masters degrees in English fromOld Dominion University, where she taught English for several yearsand helped found the Delta Sigma Lambda sorority. She earned adoctorate in education from Virginia Tech. She inspired students andfaculty at Tidewater Community Colleges Portsmouth campus from 1971 to1995, serving as professor of English, English Department chair, andchair of the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences. Dr. Mapp wasactive in numerous educational, civic, cultural, political, and churchorganizations. She was president of the South Atlantic Association ofDepartments of English, of the Tidewater Child Care Center, of youngAudiences of Virginia, and of the Friends of the Portsmouth PublicLibrary. She chaired the Portsmouth Library board, was regent of theFort Nelson chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, andfounded and headed the TLC (Tender Loving Care) Committee ofChurchland Baptist Church, where she also taught Sunday and was adeacon. She was a member of the American Association of UniversityWomen, the Poetry Society of Virginia, and the Jamestown Society. Shewas named an Outstanding Tidewater Professional Women, received aFriend of the Arts Award, and was listed in Whos Who Among AmericanWomen. She loved Portsmouth and the Hampton Roads area, where shemoved after living in various regions of the U.S. and in London,England. She co-authored Portsmouth: A Pictorial History with herhusband of 39 years, Dr. Alf Johnson Mapp, Jr, who survives her. Shewas a wonderful partner to him, as she was to her first husband,Colonel Malcolm C. Hamby USAF, who died in 1967. Dr. Mapp waspredeceased by her parents, Smith Culp Bud Hartely and Annie Bess KitHartley of Tumbleton, AL, and by siblings Erlene Dykes Culp, HerbertJake Dykes, and Colin Dykes. She is survived by her sister, SueHartley Ward, of Headland, AL. Dr. Mapp is also survived by her sons,Gregory Stuart Hamby (wife Linda Moon) of Kitty Hawk, NC, and GeoffreyAlan Hamby (wife Pamela Thurman) of Falls Church, VA, and herstepsons, Alf Johnson Mapp, III, of Portsmouth, VA. She is survived bygranddaughter Ramona Hamby Tyabut and husband Constantin Tyabut of St.Petersburg Russia and Kitty Hawk, N.C. and grandsons ChristopherMalcolm Hamby and Nicholas Conner Hamby of Falls Church. Survivorsalso include step-granddaughters Allison Adams Jones and Nicole AdamsGeddie of Kitty Hawk and step-granddaughters Katie Anne Ley and RachelLauren Ley of Falls Church. She is also survived by many nieces,nephews, cousins, and friends. Dr. Mapp was a wonderful hostess andcook who provided delightful hospitality for her extended family andfriends. She was an extremely articulate person with many interests,being an international traveler, a lover of Shakespearian drama andother theater, a concert goer, a museum and art lover, a donor to theVirginia Symphony and other arts organizations, and an avid reader ofthe poetry of Chaucer, Donne, and Milton, as well as contemporaryfiction and nonfiction. Dr. Mapp was a lovely lady who brought out thebest in people,she will be missed. The family would like to thank DrMapps aides and care givers: Helen Ratcliff, her long time assistant;Denise Fortune of Senior Corp; her chef Casey Hoxter; Katrina Britt,Melinda Eubanks, Stephanie Kazouris, Shantel Weathers, Lisa Scott, andCheri Lane, all of Home Instead of Suffolk, which is co-owned andmanaged by Nell and Larry Neal. We would like to thank the ReverendLawrence Coleman of Churchland Baptist Church, the Reverend Dr. SkipIrby of West End Baptist Church, and the Reverend Dr. Woodie Rea ofLake Prince Woods, as well as the Lake Prince Woods community. Peoplemay pay respects to Dr. Mapp by signing the Book of Remembrance atSturtevant Funeral Home, Portsmouth Blvd. Chapel on Tuesday afternoonand evening and all day Wednesday. Visitation with the family will beat 10 AM Thursday, January 13, at Churchland Baptist Church, 3031Churchland Blvd, Chesapeake, VA, followed by an 11 AM funeral servicein the church and burial at the church cemetery, conducted by theReverend Lawrence Coleman. Donations may be made in Dr. Mapps memoryto Churchland Baptist Church, Young Audiences of Virginia, theVirginia Symphony, or the Friends of the Portsmouth Public Library, aswell as to other nonprofit organizations.

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