Guy Family Reunion 2024
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Posted on the 2016-12-20 at 19:00
Ken E Kirk
Posted on the 2014-08-15 at 20:00
I knew the family of John Henry Guy II in the mid '70's; while He and my dad were both stationed at Camp Pendleton. We lived right across the street from them and his son, John Henry Guy III became my best friend while we lived there. Our families became so close, i felt like i was a member of their family. It was during this time, on my 11th birthday that Michael, their youngest, was born. Sometimes, since my dad was a single parent, still young and 'going out' on an occasional Friday or Saturday night, the mom, Rose, wouid bring over generous portions of dinner leftovers... and the food was delicious!

I'm so blessed to have crossed paths with that family and keep many fond memories of my experiences with each of them.

I miss you guys!

One of you email me if you get this <3

Love ya
Brian Guy
Posted on the 2013-12-29 at 19:00
I'm the descendant of William Henry Guy Sr. Born in Mississippi , moved to Iowa, mrried to Molli Guy. My father is William Henry Guy Jr., born in Waterloo, Iowa. Married to Vivian Guy, My dad had three siblings: Molli Guy, Bradis Guy, and Nora Guy. 
Michane Staples
Posted on the 2013-11-10 at 19:00
I am looking for pictures ofmy Grandftaher William Guy Born in Mississppi move to New Orleans. Meet my Grandmother Dortthy Dike had three children with her two boys and girl Rickey Guy, Glen Guy, Larrine Guy..
gwendolyn jones
Posted on the 2013-04-23 at 20:00
hello family
Shayla Guy-Brantley
Posted on the 2011-12-12 at 19:00
I am so happy to finally get to know more of my family. I pray that I an keep in touch with you all. Be blessed my family, and I love you all!
Pat Powell
Posted on the 2011-10-04 at 20:00

Dear friends:
I am a community college teacher in Dallas, Texas. I am having my students do family tree research for their research project this semester. My classes include about 100 students in 4 classes. I will show them your website as an inspiration of hard work, creativity, and dedication. It will be a great educational tool for me to use. The classes are racially mixed, but there are a large number of African American students. Your website is fabulous. God bless and keep up the good work!
From, PSG

marc waldron
Posted on the 2011-05-07 at 20:00
 I was surfing the internet and had known a guy so I stopped in. I realized after a bit that his first name was guy;)I found myself drawn in by the story that is presented. It\'s a long one and I\'m thankful that you\'ve documented it. One sees the history channel and all but doesn\'t really get any history concerning the lives of blacks in the world and in the US. There is a lot of information here and I haven\'t read it all. I\'m impressed by the amount of research, time and writing skills have gone into this project.Would it be too much to compare the western slave trade to the Jewish holocaust?Perhaps it hasn\'t achieved the outrage as colors are different. I don\'t know but suspect.What does one do then on an individual basis?Stand up and exclaim even when scared as a white suburban liberal eye opened child that what is said is bull shit. I have stories and learned a lot moving rom Seattle to New Orleans in the earl seventies. I was and still am aghast and knew what happened on the bridge after Katrina. I\'m surprised that thirty years later it\'s still the same. Ya, I read the statistics and see the results and have real idea what it\'s all about.I really want the children to learn what Jesus was all about. In that maybe the next generation will be even better than this one.Thank you for telling the story so well.I hope this doesn\'t come across as a liberal guilt trip thing. It isn\'t. The liberal guilt trip thing is where we get a glimpse of the atrocities and care. 
tammy ivory-kimble
Posted on the 2011-04-03 at 20:00
this site is so cool.i haven\'t been going to the family reunions but i will make 2011 the first. hope to see you guys there.
Charles Stewart
Posted on the 2011-03-09 at 19:00
then FTM1 Fraizer Guy and I was stationed aboard the USS Cochrane DDG-21, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii from around 1976-1978, I tranfered.  He could had been aboard after I left.

Charles Stewart Jr. (from Shaw, Mississippi)
US Navy(ret)
Lake Ridge, Virginia
Posted on the 2011-02-13 at 19:00
to my cousin fernando i love ur pics from bak in the day. love u.
Bill Garner
Posted on the 2011-02-02 at 19:00
Wonderful and informative site. Thank you very much for this. 
Ransom Scott, 50th regiment USCI Co. D served under my 3rd great uncle William B. Garner!

Lenore papa
Posted on the 2010-11-21 at 19:00
Pamela Guy Strayhorn
Posted on the 2010-11-02 at 20:00


Reunion fever, come on and catch it with me. The countdown is on to the Guy Family Reunion 2011. Spread the Word. Call and remind, text and remind, face book and remind, email and remind. Reserve your room today, don’t be left not having a place to stay. Get ready to embrace, to connect and to reconnect with family. Get us your updated information. And don’t wait to get your pictures in of your loving family, today is the time, just as you don’t want to not have a place to stay, you don’ want to not have your picture seen.


Pamela Guy-Strayhorn
Posted on the 2010-09-18 at 20:00
Let us take our hats off to Darin.  He gives so much of his time to the website, so much to the reunion, and now we are on facebook.  And he truly loves his family and his extended family.  Tell him thank you for all that he does.  I am telling him right now.  I thank him for the good good job, no let me change that to the excellent, excellent job that he does with such great joy.  I love you Darin and I am so honored that you are in my family. 
Pamela Guy Strayhorn
Posted on the 2010-09-12 at 20:00

My aunt Pearlie Guy-Russell was a jewel, she was worth more than the most perfect diamond, she was more than a precious than rubies, she was more beautiful in and out than the fairest ruby.  She was a virtuous woman.  She loved hard, she worked hard, she gave hard to each and everyone of her family.  She truly lived life with an open hand.  She fed all that needed to be fed, she clothed all that needed to be clothed, she sheltered all that needed shelter.  She was a rock, she was a refuge, she was a virtuous woman.  She loved her children with a motherly love that goes beyond what words can say.  She loved and honored her father and her mother.  She watched over each one of her sisters and each one of her brothers.  She was the bestest grandmother that there ever was to her grandchildren.  She was more than an aunt, she was a second mother.  She was and will always be the greatest example of a woman of strength  that there are not enough words to describe.  She loved the Lord and continually praised and worshipped Him with all that she had.  She was truly a humble woman of great strength.  She was a patient woman but she was always on time, never late when you needed her.  Our family has truly been blessed to have been touched by such love, such greatness and such faithfulness.  And she would always at all times and in all times thank You and she would always let each and every one of us know that no matter what, no matter what the problem, no matter how the day went, that one thing that we could surely stand steadfast on is that GOD IS STILL ON THE THRONE.

Dawn Guy
Posted on the 2010-09-12 at 20:00
My sincere sympathies 2 all those very close 2 Pearlie...I remember my mom telling me of their fond encounters during previous reunions. Now they both rest in the arms of the Most High GOD.
Norma Guy Chilton
Posted on the 2010-09-12 at 20:00
To the children, brothers and sisters of Perlie Guy-Russell. In this difficult time may the comfort of GOD\'s loving arms carry you through the quite moments and bring you peace. You are in my thoughts and prayers. And you have my deepest Sympathy.
Norma Jean  and family
Darin K. Leake Se.
Posted on the 2010-09-09 at 20:00
Our Sympathy to the Family of the late Pearlie Guy-Russell. May GOD continue to Bless her Family in this time of Sorrow. Darin & Sylvia Leake & Family.
Telayo Standfield
Posted on the 2010-08-11 at 20:00
This is an awesome site... this is a great template and I hope our family website will evolve to this level... as the 2007 coordinator for my family reunion, it looks as tho your webmaster read the notes I wrote down as goals for our site. if you get a chance and it is still in the early "Tagger Family Reunion"...

Thanks for sharing your vision...may your reunion continue to grow...
Posted on the 2010-06-06 at 20:00
great site really informative i learned a lot great stuff keep it up

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Pat Lloyd
Posted on the 2010-04-02 at 20:00
 I am so moved by your site.  I am working on my family tree and website and have been inspired to continue searching and documenting.  Thank you.
Dawn Guy
Posted on the 2010-02-22 at 19:00

There are not enough words to describe my memories Mother, but as each day passes, I will share them as much as possible. You were the greatest story-teller, history reciter, and history maker yourself. You shared so much of your life\'s history with me...thank you! Our spirits were truly kindred. As long as I have King Jesus, I know we will see each other again...what a great day that will be! Meantime, I miss and Love you much!!   Your loving daughter, Dawn
Louis ville
Posted on the 2010-01-27 at 19:00

Do your family also into paper writing? It is such a good bonding moment with your family. You'll get a chance to share your ideas with one another.

Constance Brown
Posted on the 2009-10-28 at 20:00
I'm trying to get in contact with someone who has information on Julius Guy. I think he may be the son of William Henry Guy Jr and Magnolia Brown Guy. I am desparately trying to locate my biological father. He lived in St Louis Mo. I don't have any other information. Please contact me if you are related or know of someone who can help me. Thanks!
kim dandridge
Posted on the 2009-10-23 at 20:00
hi, i'm kim. i am the grandchild of alice page and alfred dandridge sr. would like to know more people in my family. haven't seen my aunts and uncles in years. please contact me. 
charlene dandridge
Posted on the 2009-10-14 at 20:00
Hi, I am the niece of Alice Ruth, Alfred Jr, Dorothy and  Donald Dandridge. My mother name is Juanita. She is Alice oldest daughter. Would like to know if anyone is in contact with my aunt and uncles. I lost contact with them. Can anyone help me please.  This is a beautiful site.  Great job to its creator.
shonne guy
Posted on the 2009-08-12 at 20:00
my name is Shonne Guy
i reside in Birmingham , Alabama
i am the son of Noble C. Guy (deceased) and Minnie B. Guy (deceased)
i was born in Cleveland Ohio in 1960
i have been told that my father was from Little Rock, Arkansas.
i think his fathers name was Johnny Guy and his grandfather was a Methodist Minister in Little Rock.
i do know that he had 2 brothers named Johnny and others mamed Clyde and Herman.
he also had a younger step sister named Lena James who resides in Illinois.
can anyone here help me with any information regarding my family with this limited info.
i can be contacted at or @ (205)306-0638 (cell phone)
hope to be contacted soon.

Shonne Delrick Guy
Constance Brown
Posted on the 2009-08-03 at 20:00
Hi I am searching for my biological father whose name is Julius Guy. I don't have a lot of information on him, but he should be around 65 years of age or older. My mother Bobbie Windham lived in St. Louis Mo at the time of my conception. If you have any information please contact me or direct me to someone who has information. Thanks!
Stephanie Guy
Posted on the 2009-08-01 at 20:00
I have been researching my Guy family when I came across this website. My tree starts with William and Peggy Guy. Many of my ancestors lived in Sumpter County, Alabama. We also have relatives in Mississippi and Mobile, Alabama. I was wondering if our families were related.
Amelia Gibson-Harris
Posted on the 2009-07-08 at 20:00
Wonderful site. I sent the link to other so that they can enjoy it.

Michelle Chornes
Posted on the 2009-06-04 at 20:00
How cool Linda, I didn't know this was on the internet.  Great job!
Robert H King
Posted on the 2009-05-03 at 20:00
Something different to distribute at your family reunion.
Jasmine Armstrong
Posted on the 2009-04-21 at 20:00
Hello, Im realted to the Guys in some kind of way intresting i was finishing my family tree and the website popped up, no mean to writee, in your guest book but i just wanna meet my family
Goldie Jones
Posted on the 2009-04-08 at 20:00
I have a painting by a Millie Guy, dated 1981, It is a beautiful painting done by someone of that name. Could it have been done by one of your family?
Posted on the 2009-04-06 at 20:00
The memory of the righteous will be a blessing...Proverb 10:7. We will always cherish the times we shared with Willie,may her soul rest in peace. She has fought a great fight,she has stay the course and now she has a crown of righteosness lay up in heaven.
Gertrude Guy Lee
Posted on the 2009-04-02 at 20:00

I wish I could have made the trip.  I will keep all the family in my prayers.  Keep your hands in God's hand and you heads to the sky for he will see you through.  May God Bless all of you.   This loss is difficult for all of us but God knows best.  With my deepest sympathy in the loss of my aunt.  Gertrude Guy Lee

Pamela Strayhorn
Posted on the 2009-04-02 at 20:00

I have been blessed to know my cousin Willie C. Guy-HInton.  A beautiful and gracious lady who loved life.  A woman of integrity and love for her family.  She taught me to reach for the stars and to live life to the fullest.  To be all that I could be, and to love our family with all I had.  Willie C. you will be missed.  And I am so glad that God blessed me to get close to you.  In the times that I had the chance to talk to her, I know that she ran this race with endurance and I know that her faith in the Lord was strong and that she was truly a child of God. 

Dawn Guy
Posted on the 2009-04-01 at 20:00
Would lke to honor and pay tribute to my aunt Annie J. Jones.  I do not see her personal tribute.  Curious as to what happend.  It has almost been a year. If her personal guest book and details can be reposted, I would and many more would be greatly appreciated.  

Thank you and rest in peace auntie...still love you!
Juanita Taylor
Posted on the 2009-04-01 at 20:00
Have hope in tomorrow, have faith in the everlasting, and take comfort in the love of friends and family.      
Norma Guy Chilton
Posted on the 2009-03-31 at 20:00
    May the Lord's hands of compassion and love and his guiding light from above, shine down upon you and give you strength during this time of sorrow. May you find comfort  in knowing that  Family and friends share in your loss. Just know you are not alone Jesus is with you and so are we.

Norma Jean
Dwayne Wolfe
Posted on the 2009-03-17 at 20:00
First I would like to say that looking at the Guy family history and organization brought tears to my eyes and I'm not even related to this great family!  I just wanted to make an unrelated comment to commend your whole family for pulling together like you have to create such a great Memorial to the GUY family legacy!!  Your family has inspired me to do the same for my Wolfe relatives.  God Bless you all!!! 

Dwayne Wolfe
Tony B. Guy Sims
Posted on the 2009-03-08 at 20:00
Awesome site!! I've learned so much. Makes me even more proud of being a Guy. Thanks for putting this together.

Tony B. Sims, Sr. (Grandson of William Henry Guy Jr.)
Clara Davis 574-808-8678
Posted on the 2009-03-01 at 19:00
I am wiriting to see if I can locate my grandmother's relatives. My
grandmother was named Della Guy. She was born in Holly Springs Mississippi, her
father name was Jerry Guy and her mother Ann. Could you write me and tell me if you
have any information. My grandmother died in St. Louis. This would men a lot to
me connecting with some of my relatives I have never met. My father name was
John Humphrey, and his sister name was Susie

Dori Wallerstedt
Posted on the 2009-02-09 at 19:00
What a wonderful and good looking web site and family tree . I wish my family would share and help 
This is a lot of work and your efforts show for it .Be pround of what you have producted
It is exceptally wonderful.
We do not connect , But my prayers and love extend to you GUY family .
May God Bless you All.
Lee Gay
Posted on the 2009-02-06 at 19:00
I came across your web site while researching my Gay family (who often spelled the name as Guy). It's a great web site and you should be very proud of it! Wonderful family photos and it is so great to see African-America families claiming their piece of American history which they richly deserve!
Lorenzo Cathran
Posted on the 2009-01-25 at 19:00
Happy Family Reunion!
Lonzell Cross
Posted on the 2009-01-24 at 19:00
Every looks great, keep up the good job.
Cory Cifax
Posted on the 2008-12-05 at 19:00
I love this
Charles Stewart Jr. U.S. Navy Retired
Posted on the 2008-09-11 at 20:00
The Guy family Reunion webpage is AWESOME!!!!! :) It is the most Beautiful and
Outstanding warm and loving arrangement of any African American information
displayed anywhere in the World for the whole to read and learn. Respectfully,
Job well done!!! You lifted my spirit and made me feel like I am a part of you.

Your family - Frazier Guy III