Dedicated to the
Memory ofJoseph L YanceyJoe's Genealogical Research Files
[Dennis J Yancey: ] During the Late 1990's I came to know Joseph L. Yancey (Joe).
and I worked together in learning how to create web pages and
apply that knowledge to post information about Yancey Family
which was a common interest. We worked together for a time and then I lost contact with him.
Eventually I found out he had passed away.
Joe's Findagrave.com memorial
This site is dedicated to his memory - and an attempt to preserve much of his research.
For more information contact Dennis J Yancey - email@example.com
Main Pages that Joe created and maintained.
AOL site ( originally) http://members.aol.com/josephy411
WBM snap shot 2001
The Yancey Family Information Center (originally www.geocities.com/heartland/plains/4644/)
WBM snap shots -
after arriving at he initial page - look for the days with blue spots
and click the spot.
WBM snap shots in 2000
WBM snap shots in 2001
WBM snap shots in 2002
WBM snap shots in 2003
WBM snap shots in 2009
OO Cities archive
http://jyancey.tripod.com/ (some times avalable some times not)
Rootsweb jyancey - http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jyancey/
Image Library of some of his photos
Brents Family Info
Collins Family Data
Haynes Family Tree
Voogd Family Tree
Gibbs Family Tree Gibbs Family History More Gibbs Records
Stone Family Data
Yancey Family Tree
GEDCOMS available for following surnames (contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
Yancey - File last updateed in 1997 - containing 235 individuals
Haynes - File last updated in 1997 - containing 269 individuals
Collins - File last updated in 1997 - containing 258 individuals
Gibbs - File last updated in - ??? - contained about 238 names
Voogd - File last updated in - ??? - contained
Information he posted on line on various web sites.
The story behind the spelling of Joe's last name.
"My fathers name
was Joseph Levi Yancy. I suspect that
the spelling of my last name is typical of what has happend to many of our
ancestors. When I entered the Army in 1950 I was 17 years old and had a very
I did not pay attention to some of the papers which I
signed and after about a year in the Army someone noticed that when I wrote or
signed my name I did not use the "e" and informed me that in all of
my military records it was spelled with the "e" [Yancey] . After checking with
legal advisors and the state of Alabama I decided that the simplest way was to
get a one time change of my birth records [To Yancey].
All of my known relatives spell the name Yancy, also most
of the deceased are burried in the same cemetary in Morgan County Alabama
(Johnsons Chapel) and all the markers use Yancy. Most of my information in the database came from my cousin Eulalia
Wellden and when she gave me the material about 10 years ago some of the names
in her documents used the "e" but I found that the grave markers all
were spelled Yancy.
Old Email files
Email File 1
Email File 2
Email File 3
Joe's contact info when he was alive
Joseph L. Yancey Jr. email@example.com
403 Henderson Drive
San Jose Ca, 95123-4417