Queries 1998
March - April

DOBBS, UPSHAW posted by Ted Brooke on Monday, March 2, 1998

Researching all UPSHAW persons. in 1838-1843, Benton Co, AL, researching Peter DOBBS & wife Amelia ("Milly") (UPSHAW) DOBBS; Amelia born ca 1795 in SC; they were in Cherokee Co, AL, in 1850 & Milly (UPSHAW) DOBBS was in Jefferson Co, AL, 1860-after 1870 ; especially need Amelia (UPSHAW) DOBBS' parents.

BURK, STANLEY posted by Mike Wilson on Monday, March 2, 1998

Searching for Jackson BURK who married Emeline STANLEY in 1873 Jackson Co., Alabama. Any Information on related Burks and Stanleys very much appreciated.

GARNER, ROGERS posted by Monica Garner Quiroz on Thursday, March 5, 1998

GARNER & ROGERS -- Looking for information on William Hall GARNER and Nancy ROGERS. They lived in Benton County Alabama before moving to Texas around 1854. Most of their children were born in Alabama. Their names were Margaret, Emma, James, Amanda Jane, Cornelia Evelyn, Henry Clay, Essie, Edwin Parrish, & Ida GARNER. William Hall GARNER was born 1804 in TN??? and Nancy was thought to have been born 1809 in TN.

CANADA, CANADY, KENNADY, WILSON posted by Mark Hill on Sunday, March 8, 1998

Seeking information on Mary Elizabeth KENNADY (1814-1865) who married Benjamin Moses WILSON (1812-1864) on January 7, 1836 in Calhoun Co, AL. My goal is to learn who Mary's parents were, and to confirm the spelling of her surname which has been listed as CANADA, CANADY, and other ways. Please respond to Hillmarke@aol.com

ALLEN, EMBREY posted by Vivian Maedgen on Sunday, March 8, 1998

Seeking ancestors of Thomas Jefferson EMBREY, born about 1821, Tennessee. Wife Sarah ALLEN, born about 1815, South Carolina. Child James Boley EMBREY born Aug, 1852 in Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama. Looking for parents and siblings. Thanks!

ANDREWS, REEVES posted by Vivian Maedgen on Sunday, March 8, 1998

Looking for information regarding Terrell ANDREWS born about 1814 South Carolina. Wife Celestic Annie REEVES born about 1838, Calhoun Co., Alabama. They were married 9 July 1837 in Calhoun Co., Alabama. Children: Rebecca, Elizabeth, James, Augusta, Mollie, Bart, Stella, Terrell G., Henry B, Martin. Any help would be appreciated.

EVANS posted by Paul Wood on Sunday, March 8, 1998

I need records showing the names and information about the parents and children of the W. P. EVANS family listed in the 1840 census living in Benton (now Calhoun) Cl., Alabama. The person I am interested in is a William EVANS, believed to have moved his family from North Carolina to Alabama before their son Zackary EVANS was born, in 1837. The W. P. EVANS is listed in the 1840 census is probably that William EVANS family. The family is listed in the 1850 and 1860 census records living in Mississippi. Willaim Peter EVANS, William and Elizabeth EVANS' grandson, Zachary EVANS Son, in his obituary is quoted as stating that his paternal grandfather was a "Scotch-born Schoolmaster". Perhaps he came immegrated to North Carolina after he was born in 1808.

DERRYBERRY, HARDIN, MEADOWS posted by Landon Meadows on Monday, March 16, 1998

MEADOWS; DERRYBERRY, HARDIN,

GLOVER, HAGANS, JONES, NOLEN, PITTS, POWELL, TANKERSLEY, VINSON, WADDELL posted by Joan H. Wiggins on Tuesday, March 17, 1998

Searching for information on the following: William Carter HAGANS, b 1846,and Hearty Ann HAGANS,b. 1845 in Coosa Co., AL. They were the children of Edward HAGANS and Gilly TANKERSLEY. Gilley died and the children were raised by Carter/Sarah TANKERSLEY in Calhoun Co. William Carter married Amanda POWELL (daughter of Warren POWELL and Rebecca GLOVER) 1866, Calhoun Co., they had the following children: Nancy Fannie married George PITTS; James Monroe married Ida WADDELL; Robert Albert married Della VINSON; Henry Augustus married Anna Averilla JONES. Heary Ann married Reubin NOLEN, 1867 Calhoun Co.They had these children; William, Minn, Pariele, Richard, Thomas J. Will gladly share information.

FARR, MARABLE, MORRISON posted by Deanie Fincher on Thursday, March 19, 1998

I am looking for information about John Adolphus MARABLE and his wife Mary MORRISON. John's parents were Matthew and Mari MARABLE. Mary's parents were Archibald and Mary FARR MORRISON. They were living in the Talladega/ Jacksonville AL area in the 1840-1860.

CAT, HODGE, TIDWELL, WESTON posted by Joan on Saturday, March 21, 1998

I am searching for a gg grandfather they would have been in the Benton County area pre 1840. He was married to Elizabeth Julia Hodge WESTON. I have been unable to find his name. He had children Moses Riley WESTON born circa 1826 in Morgan county, AL and Jasper Newton WESTON circa 1828, and Nephanny WESTON circa 1833, these are only known children. Family stories had that Elizabeth Julia WESTON had a child before this marriage to a WESTON named Lydia HODGE who would have been born circa 1820's and later married Calvin (CAT) TIDWELL of Blount county, AL. Elizabeth Julia WESTON owned and operated mills in the Big Spring VAlley area of Marshall county, AL pre 1840. Court papers show her summoning all neighbors with land around her that she posed no known health hazard by building a dam on the spring at Big Spring Valley. She operated mills in Blount county, AL and rumors were she had operated one with her husband in the Benton county area pree 1830. Does anyone have any connections to the WESTON's in Benton county (Calhoun) in the early pioneer period?

DELL, GAINES, PESNELL posted by Doris Dell on Monday, March 23, 1998

GAINES, PESNELL -- Henry Franklin GAINES b Mar 1833 in AL was paroled in Talledega Co, AL. He married Mary Ann PESNELL Feb 1867 and migrated to the Claiborne Parish area of Louisiana. He died Lincoln Parish LA Oct 1904. May be related to Henry GAINES of Elbert Co GA, John GAINES of Talledega, or Matt GAINES b 1839 who served with him in the Confederate Army. Any information helpful. Doris DELL POB 4184 West Hills CA 91308

ADKINS, BAXLEY, FOXWORTH, HAGON, MATHEWS, SMITH, STEPHENS posted by Janie Dillon on Monday, March 23, 1998

1 William H. STEPHENS b: 1849 d: 1924 m.1 Mary ADKINS b: GA Children: Becky m. Tomas J. MATHEWS, Effie m. Ranson FOXWORTH, Grady, Henry, Allie b: Jan. 3, 1870 m. Barnabas B. BAXLEY, Jr. b: Jan. 27, 1864 Dale Co. Al., Nancy Jane b: 1880 Anniston Al. m. Ira SMITH b: 1877 Mobil AL., Frances b: July 9, 1886 Geneva Co. Al. m: 1902 William B. HAGON v: Sept. 21, 1878, Barry. William H STEPHENS was a Freewill Baptist Traveling Minister. They lived in Tx. for a while and some of the children were born there. William married again abt 1923 wife unkown. He died in the home of his dau. Nancy in Chipley Fl in 1924. If you know any information on this family please contact me thank you. Janie Dillon

LINDSAY posted by Thomas H. Lindsay on Saturday, March 28, 1998

LINDSAY -- Looking for info on Mary Cruze LINDSAY She was left with 9children, I think in Anniston, after 1854. I don't know if her husband, Anderson LINDSAY, left her or Died. Mary ran a boardinghouse. Some of her children 's names were Patsy, Cindy, Dycie, John, Thomas,and Jessee. Thomas and Jessee were railroad Engineers.

JENNINGS, MARTIN, MOODY, MOSES, REYNOLDS posted by Caren Jennings Tidwell on Saturday, March 28, 1998

JENNINGS-I am searching for information on the following surnames, MOSES, JENNINGS, MARTIN, MOODY, REYNOLDS. My grandfather was Carl Albert JENNINGS born in Ohatchee, Alabama in 1899. Carl Albert JENNINGS father was Major Forney JENNINGS (b. 1872) that married Mary Jane REYNOLDS (b. 1880). Major Forney JENNINGS' father was Philip P. JENNINGS (b. 1846) and his mother was Wiley Jackson MOSES (b. 1845) (It is believed that her father was Jesse and her mother was Epsey b. GA). Mary Jane REYNOLDS parents were James Daniel REYNOLDS and Nancy Jane MARTIN/MOODY? (she was married before and had one child before the marriage to REYNOLDS). Philip P. JENNINGS' father was Noah JENNINGS (b. 1812) in South Carolina. He married Priscilla (b. 1822) South Carolina. It is believed that Noah's father was James JENNINGS and James' father was Henry. If you have any information on these lines, please e-mail. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks, Caren

KREBS, LEFLORE, MASSEY posted by Evelyn (Massey) Vasconcelles on Sunday, March 29, 1998

Looking for parents of Henry C. D. MASSEY born 1811 Benton, AL, married to Louisa KREBS 1842 Winston Co., MS, moved to Ind. Terr. OK cir 1847. Son William Wilson MASSEY married Martha Isabelle LeFLORE.

HOOPER, WHITE posted by R. P. White on Sunday, March 29, 1998

Seeking info on Thomas WHITE, son of William WHITE and Mary HOOPER WHITE. Thomas, born about 1773 in Lunenburg CO VA., along with the family emmigrated to Pendleton Dist. SC, during the Revolution. The name of his wife is unknown but their sons names were Nathaniel H., William C., Peyton Henry, John G. and George W. and other sons and daughters whose names are unknown. Thomas was in Franklin Co., GA, with his family about 1800 and then emmigrated into AL sometimes in the 1820's and 30's. He lived in the Cleburne/Calhoun/Randolph and Clay county areas for several years and died in Calhoun Co. in the 1840's. Any info on Thomas or his family would be appreciated. rpwhite@flash.net

COOPER, HARRISON, HEATON, HEATONS, KING, SELF, TAYLOR, TURNER, WARE, WOMACH posted by Pat Cardwell on Monday, March 30, 1998

Searching for any HEATONS that were in Benton Co., AL. Also searching for any info on Casper TAYLOR b. ca 1797. Casper was son of Rev. George TAYLOR - I believe Casper's mother was Nancy COOPER - can't prove it. Three of Casper's brothers, William, Isaac & Harris TAYLOR were preachers. Isaac married Elizabeth KING 24 Aug 1830. Harris married Nancy SELF 28 Dec 1826. A sister, Catherine TAYLOR married Elijah SELF 22 Nov 1827. A sister, Rebecca Caroline TAYLOR married Pleasant B. WARE in 1832. A sister, Mary "Polly" TAYLOR married Darby TURNER 03 June 1824. Casper TAYLOR died before August 1838, at the time his father's estate was settled. Casper TAYLOR'S children were: Lucinda, who married James B. HEATON; Emberry TAYLOR: Lucretia TAYLOR who married William WOMACH; Samantha TAYLOR who married John Madison HARRISON. Sanford, William, David & James B. HEATON all lived in Benton Co., AL according to 1850 & 1860 Census.

EDWARDS, HOPE, WHALEN, WHALENS, WHITESDIES posted by Virginia Edwards on Monday, March 30, 1998

I need any information on Andrew Jackson EDWARDS (b. abt. 1842) who married Jane WHALEN in Benton (Calhoun Co) on Oct. 4, 1860. J.W. WHITESDIES performed the marriage. I also need info on Thomas EDWARDS who married Alletha WHALEN, same county by same man on July 7, 1861. I HOPE the two men are brothers and maybe a relative of Thomas EDWARDS knows something about their parentage. I am researching both EDWARDS and WHALENS. I believe A.J. EDWARDS' father was John. Thank you, Virginia Edwards, Auburn, AL
BOOZER, GRIFFITH, JOHNSTON, WALL posted by Jim Johnston on Friday, April 10, 1998

JOHNSTON,BOOZER, GRIFFITH -- I am looking for the burial location of my GGGGrandfather Collier JOHNSTON, born in South Carolina 1786 and died in Calhoun Co 1840. Children of Collier born in Calhoun Co. Sarah JOHNSTON Griffith b.1823 married Etherlder GRIFFITH 1843 and died in Calhoun Co abt 1852 They had two children Mary J. and Louisa, Thomas E. JOHNSTON b. 1825, Mary Johnston WALL b. 1825, Robert W. JOHNSTON b. 1832, Elizabeth Jane Johnston BOOZER b. 1834, Samuel JOHNSTON b. 1836. I will sincerely appreciate any information regarding my family in Calhoun County.

CHASTAIN, MARLER, PITTS posted by Cynthia D. Coyne on Saturday, April 11, 1998

I am seeking information on on Sarah Elizabeth Green CHASTAIN (d. 1950); married to John Lawrence CHASTAIN (d. 1910) in Calhoun Country, parents of John, Bessie, Jessie, Effie, Essie, Henry, Ben, Lewis, Era and Vera. Also looking for parents or siblings of Ida PITTS (d. abt 1909 in Anniston), married to Oscar L. MARLER. Oscar later married Cora Smith and raised Joseph, Vernon, Annie Mae, Inez, Helen and Roy.

LLOYD posted by Jean Duncan on Sunday, April 12, 1998

LLOYD -- Joseph and Elijah in Benton County in the 1830s, and Joseph died Calhoun County 1863. I am seeking confirmation of this and would appreciate any information on the family. Thank you.

ALEXANDER, CASTLEBERRY posted by John Alexander on Wednesday, April 15, 1998

John ALEXANDER b. abt 1812 in S. Car. He married Hanna CASTLEBERRY on August 16, 1849 in Calhoun County, Al. Children were Isabella (abt 1851) Ann (1852) William (1854) Nelson (1856) Elias (1857) Elsie (1860). Any help is appreciated.

COSTLER, TREAT posted by Marilyn Garrison on Thursday, April 16, 1998

Minerva COSTLER married Lemmon TREAT in Calhoun Co. AL on Nov. 5, 1844. Would appreciate hearing from anyone who has knowledge of this family. Thank you.

HILL, MARIBLE, MATHEWS posted by Lynn Kister on Monday, April 20, 1998

I am looking for information about my great great grandfather, MATHEWS, J.H. or MATHEWS, T.H. He would have been living during the Civil War. Also, looking for information about the HILL and MARIBLE families. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

MCMANUS posted by Barbara Roesch on Monday, April 20, 1998

Am searching the McMANUS family living in/near Jacksonville, AL (Calhoun Co) in 1888. Head of household may be one of several males: "B" (b1835) "U" b1837 "Richmond" b1849 "Hugh" b 1852 or "Doctor" b 1856. These men are brothers. In 1888 another brother, Robert Charles McMANUS, M.D., b1857 and wife, Hattie and daus Bessie were living there. Because this time frame is between censuses I have not been able to locate them. Will be most grateful for any assistance. Barbara Roesch

MARLER, PITTS, SMITH posted by Cynthia D. Coyne on Thursday, April 23, 1998

Seeking parent or sibling information on Oscar Lemon MARLER (b. ca. 1880 / d. ca. 1935 in Anniston); married to Ida PITTS Marler and father to Joseph and Vernon. Later married Cora SMITH and fathered Annie Mae, Inez, Helen and Roy.

LIPSEY posted by Matthew Lipsey on Saturday, April 25, 1998

LIPSEY -- I am in search of any information pertaining to Redding M. (b. 1801, NC), Elizabeth LIPSEY (b. 1810, NC), and their family. They lived in present day Calhoun Co., AL--then called Benton--circa 1840. At that time the family would have had these children: Francis, Priscilla, Redding, Jr., and Lemuel. By the 1840 Census there could be an older brother to Francis, as well. Could this have been Samuel Ricketson LIPSEY -- a Texas Ranger in the 1850 Census of Goliad Co., TX??? By 1850 Redding & Elizabeth had settled in Little River Co., AR. Any information on this lineage is very much appreciated. Thank you!

BOURDEN, BOWDEN, LIPSEY posted by Matthew Lipsey on Saturday, April 25, 1998

LIPSEY/BOWDEN ... I am in search of any information pertaining to Hiram LIPSEY (b. 1816, NC) and Caroline (BOWDEN/BOURDEN?) LIPSEY (b. 1821, NC) & family. Hiram and Caroline were married in Bibb Co., GA in 1837. In 1840 and 1850 they are living in the 28th Dist. of Benton Co., AL. Children were: G. A. (Female), Charles, Adaline, Anna, Julia, Lemuel, Lucy, & Oma. Hiram d. 21 Dec., 1859, and is buried at the Old Bethany Methodist Cemetery in Coosa County, AL. Any information on this lineage is appreciated. Thank you!

BOURDEN, BOWDON, LIPSEY, SHIRY posted by Matthew Lipsey on Saturday, April 25, 1998

BOURDEN/LIPSEY...I am in search of any information pertaining to Redding BOURDEN, Jr. (b. 1796, NC), & wife Frances R. (LIPSEY) BOURDEN (b. 1797, NC). They appear in the 1840 & 1850 Census records for the 28th Dist. of Benton Co., AL. They had previously lived in and around Jones Co., GA. Frances R. had a brother, Redding M. LIPSEY, who also lived in Benton Co. in 1840. As of the 1850 Census, children were: Sam, S. E., H., Thomas, & W. (

KINNEY, MAXWELL posted by Joan Keith Bonnett on Sunday, April 26, 1998

Searching for information on the parents of C. C. KINNEY. C. C. KINNEY was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church in Jacksonville and married Georgia Ann MAXWELL in 1872 in Calhoun County, Alabama. The only KINNEY on the Calhoun County Census in 1870 is a Nancy KINNEY listed as Head of Household. Does anyone know if this Nancy KINNEY could be the mother of C. C. KINNEY? Any information would be appreciated.

COPPETT, COPPOCK posted by Linda Kay Coppock Hopper on Monday, April 27, 1998

COPPETT/ COPPOCK

ASHLEY, BROOKS, CRISWELL, HARRISON, JONES, MOORE, OWENS, STOREY, STORY, TOWSON, VENABLE, WELCH posted by Linda Feagin Harwell on Wednesday, April 29, 1998

CRISWELL/MOORE/OWENS/STORY/WELCH/ VENABLE/JONES/HARRISON/ASHLEY/BROOKS.
Would like to find the father of Joseph McDuffy CRISWELL,born 1822,S.C.; married (1) Naomi TOWSON (2) Caroline Susan HARRISON (born 1832, S.C. father: B.Tyre HARRISON) Joseph's mother was Hannah ___. Hannah married second time to ____ BROOKS. Children by Hannah and Mr. BROOKS: Lucinda and William 'Bill' H. BROOKS (who settled in Kaufman Co.,Tx). Joseph McDuffy's sister Jane married Samuel Shaw ASHLEY and had: Moses Samule, Oma, Billie and Mary T. Moses Samuel married Sarah Adeline CRISWELL and had Mary T., Nancy Ann, Samuel Shaw, Sarah Frances and Hannah Elizabeth. Joseph McDuffy's children: Fannie Frances, married John Feltcher MOORE; Martha Lee, never married; Austin Newton, married Fannie OWENS, lived in Tennessee, Joseph Madiosn married Georgia STOREY; John Samuel married Lula Bell WELCH, Oscar McPherson married Rosa Bell Zora VENABLE, Charles Thomas married Mary Prudence JONES, Evie Young, married John Calvin OWENS, Judge, never married and Mary Effie Lee. Joseph McDuffy lived in Henry Co.,Ga. ca. 1840's, moved to Calhoun Co.,Alabama, then to Texas about 1902.

 

 

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