Queries 1999
January -  March

FIELDS, GRIFFIN, MEHARG, SANDERS posted by Carolyn Kimble on Sunday, January 3, 1999

GRIFFIN and MEHARG and FIELDS ancestry- -Any additional information on the following family members mentioned would be much appreciated. I would especially love to see any will records, land records, etc. for any of the family members. I am doing genealogical research for family of Richard GRIFFIN and Mary MEHARG GRIFFIN. They were married on April 13, 1837 in Calhoun (Benton) County. They remained in Calhoun County for at least 25 years and perhaps the remainder of their lives. Richard GRIFFIN originates from SC and his wife Mary MEHARG GRIFFIN originates from NC. According to census records, their household included Mary E. MEHARG, Darcus E. GRIFFIN, Richard S. GRIFFIN, Henry M. GRIFFIN, Sarah A. GRIFFIN, Andrew GRIFFIN, another Mary MEHARG GRIFFIN, and George GRIFFIN. My husband's family is descended from Richard S. (Samuel) GRIFFIN, their oldest son. He was born on June 9, 1840, in Calhoun County. Richard Samuel GRIFFIN's first marriage took place in Calhoun County on July 29, 1861, to Eliza F. N. SANDERS. He later married Parilee FIELDS in Pickens Co., AL (March 26, 1893) after which they moved to Lowndes County, Mississippi, where he resided until his death in 1918. I have some more information, but I have almost no information on Richard's father, Benjamin GRIFFIN and mother Mary MEHARG. I also know almost nothing about Parilee FIELDS family except that she was born in AL. I only know what I found on the census records. Can you help me. If so, I would much appreciate it.

ANDREWS, CAMERON, CAREY, CARY, MORGAN posted by Richard T. Carey on Tuesday, January 5, 1999

Looking for the gravesite of David Allen CAREY (CARY) a Civil War Veteran, member of Co. H, 10th AL infantry. I believe he lived to at least 1878 in Calhoun Co., but died before 1887. He married Rebecca ANDREWS MORGAN who remarried to Lee CAMERON after David's death and moved to Harrsison Co., Texas shortly thereafter. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

KING, REID posted by Jill Eustice on Tuesday, January 5, 1999

My grandmother was born April 5, 1914 in Calhoun Co., to Mary KING. Grandmother's birth name was Hattie May KING. On April 28, 1914 she was adopted by Henry REID and her name was changed to Dorothy Christine REID. She was raised by Henry and Emma REID and lived mostly in Chattanooga, TN. Henry and Emma raised no other children. Wondered if there might be information on Mary KING. My family has copies of adoption papers signed April 28, 1914, Probate Court, by Judge Rowan and witnessed by J.H. Hall and Charles S. Leyden.

CLINE, PRUETT, PRUITT, TOMPKINS posted by Connie Bishop on Thursday, January 7, 1999

Information wanted on CLINE or PRUETT/PRUITT families in Calhoun Co AL. John Jackson CLINE and wife Lennie Jane TOMPKINS were in the county in the 1880s. John was the son of John Jackson, Sr and Tibitha Olive PRUETT of Randolph, Clay and Talledega Cos. Some PRUETTs also lived in Calhoun Co. Connie Bishop 1105 N Glenwood Bloomfield, NM 87413

CAMPBELL, MALLORY posted by Karen Foster Montgomery on Thursday, January 7, 1999

Am seeking the parents and siblings of: CAMPBELL, John, born Sept 26, 1835, Mississippi, married Sept 24, 1861, in Calhoun County, Alabama, to Caroline 'Carrie' Myler MALLORY, born Feb 4, 1834, Calhoun Co., AL, died Feb 7, 1910, Ladonia, Fannin Co., TX. Children: William Strait, born 1862, died 1863; Clyde, born 1865, died 1868 (places unknown); Mary Eliza, born Dec 8, 1868, Arkansas; Laura Dolly, born Jan 14, 1870, probably Jackson Co., for sure Arkansas; Alice/Alace, born 1873, TX; and Beulah/Bula, born 1876, Ladonia, TX. Am also curious about CAMPBELL, Thomas & Archibald, found living near John in 1870, Jackson Co., ARK.

FERGUSON, PERRY, PURGESON, REYNOLDS, ROBERTS posted by Lynda Graham on Saturday, January 9, 1999

My Gr Gr Grandmother Elizabeth Melinda REYNOLDS ROBERTS was married in Benton Co. 6 Jul 1846...seeking info on her father; Thomas/Tomas REYNOLDS, as to burial site and date of death..mother: Martha FERGUSON or PURGESON or PERRY (?) REYNOLDS...her date of death and burial site... My GrGR Grandmother married Rev. Michael Brown ROBERTS, they had 19 children (2 infant deaths,and a dau. Martha died age 11, 1859) scattered from Benton Co., Randolph Co. and Marion Co, AL....most of the ROBERTS family migrated to Johnson Co., Alvarado, TX by 1869...a lot of the REYNOLDS family stayed in AL....I also have a Cullen and Jane REYNOLDS, may be brother to Thomas REYNOLDS....and a Martha PERRY....Drop me a note if any of the above is familiar..

RICHARDSON posted by Shannon Terwedo on Friday, January 15, 1999

Looking for information on Thomas RICHARDSON, b. Sep 28, 1817 in S.C., married a cousin Louisa Susan RICHARDSON in Benton (now Calhoun) Co. Nov 4, 1848. They had 8 children, the oldest George W. Richardson. I am specifically looking to find out where they came from in S. Carolina, when they arrived in Benton/Calhoun Co. and when they left Calhoun Co. for Bell Co. Texas.

BOYD, HICKS, HUDSON, LOFTIS posted by Liz Hicks on Saturday, January 16, 1999

Liz HICKS would like to exchange info on the John and Matilda LOFTIS BOYD family of 1840 present day, Calhoun Co., Al, and seek descendants of same. Matilda LOFTIS married John BOYD in 1816 Blount co.,TN. Matilda and her sister, Perscilla LOFTIS HUDSON were in Cherokee Co., TX by 1860.

ALEXANDER posted by Cheryl Ehlers on Monday, January 18, 1999

Hello.. I am in need of assistance and seek a lookup in 1875 State Census for the following family. Alfred ALEXANDER and wife Christina. They were in Alexandria, Calhoun Cty in 1870 and I have lost them. does anyone have access to lookup index? for the following. I thank you and will pay for copies for postage and some of your time. Mithrus1@aol.com
Descendants of Alfred ALEXANDER
Alfred ALEXANDER 1811 - b in South Carolina
+Christina 1816 - b in South Carolina
.... 2 LauraJane Sewell 1862 - 1933
.... 2 Millie 1851 - b in Alabama
.... 2 Ella 1853 - b in Alabama
.... 2 Lasie 1855 - b in Alabama
.... 2 Amanda 1857 - b in Alabama
.... 2 Robert 1859 - b in Alabama

ALEXANDER, MORGAN, NARROWBACK, USSREY posted by Charlene Roberts on Monday, January 18, 1999

ALEXANDER, MORGAN, USSREY, NARROWBACK; I am seeking these families in Calhoun County, AL. I was told by a Mary W that these families had lived in this County. Around 1800, I am looking for Esther Mandy MORGAN that Married William USSREY, their son Philip USSREY that married Harriet ALEXANDER and also Nancy NARROWBACK. They later migrated to AR, With family members William USSREY and George and Morgan USSREY around 1835 or so. Would like to know the parents of each of the individuals. Please if you know of these family member contact me at ACharlieBE@aol.com

WALDEN posted by Karen Mouton on Monday, January 18, 1999

WALDEN: Looking for information on William G WALDEN Born c1838 in Warren County, Georgia. William and wife Annie moved to Anniston, Alabama shortly before 1880. William died by 1897. Children were: Leona Gray Walden, George E Walden living in Oklahoma in 1936, Walter P Walden living in Shrevport, La in 1936, Mercer Walden died before 1936, Moody C Walden living in Aniston, Alabama in 1936 and Bob L Walden living in Fernandale, Alabama in 1936. Would love to hear from any descendants or anyone who might have cemetery records for Anniston. Thanks. Karen

EDMONDSON, TYREE posted by Elizabeth Tyree on Wednesday, January 20, 1999

I'm looking for information about Joseph Daniel TYREE (born 1840, GA) who married Sallie EDMONDSON. They had two sons in Calhoun County: Asa & Osa. The family later migrated to TX. If you have any information about Joseph Daniel and Sally, please write me! Thanks.

MCCARLEY, MCCURDY, MCKERLEY, SHAW posted by Beverly Brigham on Sunday, January 24, 1999

Looking for a Victoria Rachel or Rachel Victoria MCCURDY, MCCARLEY or MCKERLEY , etc. who was born in Calhoun Co. in 1860 or 1861 --she married a James SHAW and they lived for awhile in Cherokee Co. where they had children before moving to Texas. Any help would be much appreciated!!

WAGNON posted by Barbara Till Prestridge on Monday, January 25, 1999

Someone sent me a message with the e-mail address of BSteph5659@aol.com. This address is invalid. It was regarding Allen WAGNON of Anniston. If you know the correct e-mail address or have knowledge of this WAGNON family, please contact me. The information they gave me was: Allen WAGNON b. 7/29/1887 in Anniston, Ala, Calhoun Co. d1/5/!969,he had a bro Geo Wm WAGNON b 9/17/1889 d 1/23/1976.Their father was Geo Matthew WAGNON b 1/16/1865 d 4/20/1964 & their father Wm Oliver WAGNON b 11/25/1836 d 1/12/1919. Thank you.

THOMAS posted by Sue Howard on Tuesday, January 26, 1999

I have a list of a few THOMAS marriages in Calhoun Co. between 1815-1868 if anybody is interested. Let me hear from you.

ALLEN, MUCKLEROY, WELLS posted by Betty Stokes on Wednesday, January 27, 1999

I would like to get in touch with everyone who is researching ALLEN in Benton/Calhoun Co., AL before 1870. I have been working on all of them in an attempt to find the previous residence of My Isaac ALLEN and wife Milly. They appear on the 1840 and 1850 census. I know the previous location for two of the ALLEN families, but not the location in South Carolina for Isaac ALLEN. One of Isaac's daughters married a MUCKLEROY, one married a McBEE, and another married a WELLS. They moved to Cherokee Co., TX in time for the 1860 census.

BENETT, FALLON, MORRIS posted by Carl Braswell on Thursday, January 28, 1999

Looking for information on Walter Lee FALLON who lived near Anniston during the 1880s. Married a girl named Caldonia who died in childbirth early October 1885. My grandmother Callie was born on October 2, 1885 resulting in her mother's death. Callie was raised by a MORRIS family in this area and later married William David BENETT in or near Carroll County, Ga.

DUKE, HIGHTOWER, HIX, WILSON posted by Gloria Ramsaur on Saturday, January 30, 1999

I am looking for two brothers James L. (Lumpkin) DUKE and John P. (Paulden) DUKE in the 1850s and 1860s in Alabama. I understand that they should be in Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, Coosa or Randolph counties. They could be listed with older married sisters whose husbands were named: HIGHTOWER, William J. HIX, or John T. WILSON. Can you help me? Thanks, Gloria Ramsaur
BOWLING posted by Linda Church on Monday, February 1, 1999

Any info on Davis BOWLING born Aug. 1861 wife Merry A. Is listed in the Calhoun Co. census in 1900.

CHITWOOD, HUMPHRIES, PINSON posted by Susan Gaddis on Thursday, February 4, 1999

I am looking for information about the family of Milton and Susan PINSON CHITWOOD. They had at least three children: Matilda Alice b. 1878, Nancy b. 1861 and Lutine. Nancy married James Henry HUMPHRIES. They lived in the Anniston area.

DRUMMOND, EDWARDS, ETHRIDGE, EWING, HIGGINS, KNIGHT, ROBERTSON posted by Jeanine Knight on Friday, February 5, 1999

I am researching the children of Silas and Elizabeth (ETHRIDGE) HIGGINS who were born in Gwinnett Co., Georgia and moved with their own families to Calhoun Co., GA ca 1885. The children that moved include Isaac Gilmore and Rebecca (EWING) HIGGINS; Samuel Berry and Willie (EWING) HIGGINS; Joshua and Lucinda (HIGGINS) KNIGHT; Marion H. and Charity Louisa (HIGGINS) ROBERTSON; James Silas and Ida Jane (EDWARDS) HIGGINS; Robert Lee HIGGINS; Moses and Melvina (HIGGINS) DRUMMOND. During the early 1900's the families lived in Eastaboga and Polkville, many descendants live in the area today.

LASSETOR, MCCAREY, RICHEY, RICHIE posted by Angelia Richie Becton on Saturday, February 6, 1999

Appreciate any help on William Marion RICHEY (RICHIE) born in Alabama, March, 1827. He died near Clay, La. was married to Nancy MCCAREY born, 1829. She died near Clay, La in 1899. I think he is descendant of James RICHEY, Sr. married to Rachel? and James RICHEY, Jr, born 1808 married Mary A LASSETOR born 1809. 1860 Calhoun County Census listed part of family of James Richey, Sr.

HANVEY posted by Wayne Hanvey on Sunday, February 7, 1999

Any information on Jessie HANVEY.

TENNANT posted by Harold Tennant on Wednesday, February 10, 1999

TENNANT Andrew James. Andrew was killed in a wagon accident in Claybourn/Benton Co. about 1882. Help ! Any information or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Harold Tennant stenn150@cwix.com

CHANDLER, HOGAN posted by Sheryl Ellerman on Thursday, February 11, 1999

HOGAN, John C. b. abt. 1818 in Georgia m.1836-1866 to Susannah CHANDLER also b. in Georgia in 1820. Had a son by the name of Allen HOGAN born July 24, 1854 in Benton (Calhoun) County, Alabama.

SMITH posted by Gayla Klemett on Thursday, February 11, 1999

I am looking for information on a SMITH family of Calhoun County. George Washington SMITH born 1840, married a Ellen E ? He was a minister and had 9 children. Two that were born in Jacksonville, Alabama, Julius Mingo-1885 and George Washington Jr.-1888 This family migrated to Texas.    http://genweb.net/~gayla

HAYNES, HENDRICK, MCCARTNEY posted by C Bailey on Saturday, February 13, 1999

HAYNES, MCCARTNEY - I show Aaron HAYNES and wife Mariah McCARTNEY living in Benton Co, Al in the 1840 Census. He died 11-14-1848 and she went to live with Obediah HENDRICK. I would like to know the names of Aaron and Mariah's children. If you have any info please contact me. Thank you

ALLEN, VICKERS posted by David L Slack on Monday, February 15, 1999

Searching for information on GGrandfather Henry Edward ALLEN b:1855 Anniston, Calhoun Co. Al. GGgrandfather James Sexton ALLEN b;1832 Anniston, Calhoun CO. AL. mrd.Martha VICKERS, b;1835, place ukn any help appreciated. Thank You, David L Slack david-fredia@digitex.net

BOGGS posted by Stan McGaha on Monday, February 15, 1999

I have been told that my ggg grandfather, Henry Garner BOGGS, was buried at Monroe Cemetery in Oxford, Calhoun Co. Is there a Monroe Cemetery in Oxford and is there a tombstone for him. He died in 1863 and was from Pickens Co., SC. Thanks.

GLOVER, WHITED posted by Randy Whited on Tuesday, February 16, 1999

Searching for WHITED family in Benton area in 1830's and 1840's. Ancestor is James T. WHITED, with possible close relatives of Berry G. and John S. WHITED. Also in area around the same time was his father in law, George GLOVER. James WHITED later settled in Blount County, Alabama but no further information has been found on Berry and John.

HUBBARD, PARKS, SMITH posted by Anita Friddle Stubbs on Thursday, February 18, 1999

Naomi HUBBARD, b.1849,AL, d. 1890 Hopkins Co.,TX, married William Stoecome Nelson SMITH (born 1842 in Caswell Co.NC) in early 1870's in Calhoun Co. AL. He was the son of Joseph SMITH, b. 1803,Caswell Co.,NC, d. 1870, Hopkins Co. TX and Celia PARKS, b. 1808, Caswell Co. NC, d. 1878 in Hopkins Co.,TX, who came to Calhoun County in 1845 from Caswell Co., NC. Naomi HUBBARD and William S.N. SMITH had their first child, Francis Naomi SMITH, 1873, Calhoun Co., AL, before following the Joseph SMITH family to Hopkins Co., TX. Their only other child, Charlie Nelson SMITH, b. 1881, in Hopkins Co., TX. Anyone with HUBBARD information which might apply to my Naomi, please reply.

BURGESS, EASTERLING posted by Jesse Parker on Friday, February 19, 1999

Hello I am looking for my great-g grandfather William EASTERLING as well as Francis Marion BURGESS and his wife Caroline (Williams sister). I have been told that both families were in Calhoun Co. in 1850 according to the Census and that Francis and Caroline were there in 1860 as well. Does anyone have any connections on these families or able to verify this. Any help would be appreciated. Jesse Parker

CHAMPION, DUNCAN posted by Cathy C. Seifert on Saturday, February 20, 1999

Am looking for information on the death/burrial of Willis and Abigail (DUNCAN) CHAMPION who died Oct and Sep 1840 (respectively). They had three other children who died around the same time frame; Willis B. in Sep, James Estil in Oct and William in Dec 1840. Trying to find out if there was an epidemic or something around that time in Benton (Calhoun) Co. to cause this many deaths in one family. Any help would be appreciated.

FORD, REIDINGER, TURNER posted by Linda Carr on Sunday, February 21, 1999

I am looking for Samuel REIDINGER Rev. War vet. died Benton Cty 1844 Among his children were Ana & Joseph. Anna m Benjamin TURNER Joseph's dau Mary married August FORD.

GRAVE, IRBY posted by Cleve Irby on Monday, February 22, 1999

IRBY, William Cannon, Jr., b. 14 Mar 1920 in Calhoun Co.AL. Probably in Anniston. He was an attorney, as was W.C. Irby, Sr. and wife Ellen. He d. 16 Mar 1994 in Tuscalossa, AL. He was married to Ellen GRAVE of Waverly, AL. They were married in the late 40's early 50's. I am searching for their siblings, which are my cousins who I have never met. Any and all info will be appreciated. Cleve

CAHELA, KAHELA, RIPLEY posted by Peggye Wallace Jinks on Monday, February 22, 1999

Looking for descendants of James C. RIPLEY found in 1850 in Benton/Calhoun Co and in 1860 census. Had daughter Mary Ann (called Polly) who married Andrew CAHELA/KAHELA. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Peggye

CHILDERS, HEATH, MORELAND posted by Kaye Wagnon Hancock on Monday, February 22, 1999

I am searching for the death date and place for Wood MORELAND and his wife Sarah HEATH MORELAND. They were listed in the 1850 Benton/Calhoun Co census but were not found in the 1860 census. In 1850 Wood MORELAND was 80 years old and his wife Sarah MORELAND was 70 years old. I would also like to know the names of their children. My ancestor is Rebecca MORELAND b.1801 who married Henry CHILDERS in Jasper Co GA but they also moved to Calhoun Co AL. They also had sons Bradford and Berry MORELAND among others. Is there a book of cemetery listings for Calhoun Co Al? Any information on this family would be appreciated.

HUMPHFREYS, HUMPHFUS, PARSON posted by JoAnn McDonald on Thursday, February 25, 1999

I am looking for any information on a Martin B. HUMPHFREYS OR HUMPHFUS he was born in Benton County Ala. on June 6 1848. He is listed on the Census thur 1860 as Humphreys (We Believe). This is my GG Grandfather We know he came from Ala. but the story is that he left Alabama and changed his name to HUMPHFUS He married a Rachael C. PARSON from Jefferson Co., Ala. They were married in Limestone Co., Texas and lived there the rest of their lives. Because of the name change I am having a hard time finding any trails that gives us any written evidence of him or his parents. Any information would be appreciated.
BLEDSOE posted by H. Paul Bledsoe on Monday, March 1, 1999

My great-great grandfather was John R. BLEDSOE, who lived in Benton/Calhoun County beginning between 1830-1840 and ending sometime between 1860-1870, when he and his wife Nancy moved to Talladega County. I have been told that John was a Justice of the Peace between 1856 and 1860 and have found him listed in marriage records as the JP who performed the ceremony. Would there be any records of John R. BLEDSOE concerning his duties as JP or maybe even a document with his signature? I live in Madison County, but work full time Monday - Friday, so I cannot go to the courthouse in Anniston any time soon. Any help would be appreciated. I am perfectly willing to pay any fees, etc. Sincerely, Paul Bledsoe 2701 Bronte Circle Owens Cross Roads, AL 35763

LEWIS, PRICE posted by Wylma Skean on Tuesday, March 2, 1999

James Jefferson LEWIS m. Lourani PRICE 24 Dec 1843 in Benton (Calhoun) Co., AL. I am searching for information on James Jefferson's parents. Any information will be appreciated. Thanks, Wylma

GIDLEY posted by John Robert Gidley on Wednesday, March 3, 1999

My great grandfather, Nicholas GIDLEY, was in the Benton County census of 1850 at 18 years old and coming from South Carolina. He married a D.A. GIDLEY and came to Texas in 1881. Do you have a resource that would verify this marriage or show when he came to Alabama from South Carolina? Thanks.

DOWNING posted by Sam Dealey on Friday, March 5, 1999

Thomas Jefferson DOWNING & Archabald DOWNING These people were in Morrisville, Calhoun County, before the Civil War and the family subsequently moved to Van Zandt County, Texas.

PALMER posted by Jimmie Nell Williams on Friday, March 5, 1999

Searching for information about Elizabeth PALMER, Russell PALMER, or Joseph PALMER

COPELAND posted by Norman Davis on Monday, March 8, 1999

Looking for information on a Jesse COPELAND that applied for a land patent Aug. 5, 1837, Calhoun Co., Ala. Is he the Jesse COPELAND that shows up in Benton Co., Ark. prior to 1850? Acording to 1850/1860 census of Benton Co., Ark. Jesse Copeland was in TN in the 1820's, in Georgia by 1834, in Alabama by 1837 and Benton Co. Ark. by 1843.

KIRBY, TAYLOR posted by Hope Patton on Monday, March 8, 1999

Seeking information on parents of Nancy Malinda TAYLOR, who married Joseph Luther KIRBY in Calhoun County on January 5, 1851

BROOKS, HICKS posted by Marcella Blakely on Thursday, March 11, 1999

Looking for decendents of Bennett M. HICKS,b. Jan.1839 Ga. He married Elizabeth BROOKS, b. Dec.1940 Ga. The following are their children:
1.Timothy, b. 1868 AL.
2. Albert, b. 18769 or 70 AL.
3. Charlie, b. 1871 AL.
4. Winston, b. 1873 AL.,d. 1955 buried at United Methodist Church, Hoover. He married Tinie/Tine Massey,b.1879 d.1958
5. Carry, b.1875 AL.
6. Euler/Ella, b. 1877 AL.
7. Alice, b. 1876 AL.
8. Elizabeth, b.1878 AL.
9. Sallie, b. May 1879 AL.
10. Alvania,b.Oct. 1885 AL.died July 01,1941(have children)

EATMAN, LOTT posted by Ronald Eatman on Friday, March 12, 1999

Seeking information on Henry Richard LOTT and his parents. Henry LOTT was married to Cora Lee EATMAN around 1920. Henry died October 24, 1924 and the obituary said that he was from Anniston, AL. Henry is buried in La Grange, GA. Who are Henry LOTT's parents and where did they live.

ARWOOD posted by Hallie on Saturday, March 13, 1999

Bailey Bruce ARWOOD was a railroad man from Tennessee who came to Anniston, AL to work on the Railroad. He was still alive there in 1920. I cannot order a death certificate for him without knowing an approximate date of death. Does anyone know anything about his burial and date of death? Thanks.

YOUNGBLOOD posted by Hare on Sunday, March 14, 1999

YOUNGBLOOD: Seeking information on Simeon (Sim) L. YOUNGBLOOD or any YOUNGBLOOD information. Find he owned property in Benton County in 1800's. Any and all help appreciated.

DEFREESE, HALL posted by Gary W. Bryant on Sunday, March 14, 1999

Seeking information on John D. HALL or William DEFREESE

DEFREESE, HALL posted by Gary W. Bryant on Sunday, March 14, 1999

I'm looking for information on the following names in Calhoun co. Ala. John D. HALL b.7/28/1842 m.1864 d.7/7/1893 William DEFREESE b.1812 John D. HALL Co.G 10 Alabama Infantry (Confederate)

COLE, COSPER posted by James L. Cosper on Sunday, March 14, 1999

I am looking for a Sarah Angie COLE COSPER (no dates) m. Joseph Berry Marke COSPER b. 28 Feb 1848 d. Jan 1918 Could have been from Calhoun Co. He died in Mountain View, OK. Will share info. Thanks. Jim

HOGAN posted by Sheryl Ellerman on Thursday, March 18, 1999

HOGAN IN Benton/Calhoun Looking for any information on the family of John C. and Susannah Chandler HOGAN. Would like to now more about there children. If you can help me contact me SherylEllerman@yahoo.com. Thanks.

BURKS, JOHNSON, SULLIVAN posted by James E Clark on Friday, March 19, 1999

Looking for ancestors of Daniel SULLIVAN and Angeline BURKS. Daniel may have died in the War Between the States. It is though he did. Daniel was a brother to Dunklin SULLIVAN and Angeline was a sister to Lydia BURKS wife of Dunklin SULLIVAN. Brothers married sisters. Another brother Stephen SULLIVAN lived there. What happned to him and his family. These SULLIVAN brother were the children of Joel SULLIVAN and Deliah JOHNSON. They moved to Calhoun/Benton, Marshall, Blount Counties by 1830 and I know they were living there around 1880

HURST posted by G. D. Spradlin on Friday, March 19, 1999

Basil W. HURST is Patentee of land in Sec 4, 23 R9E, Calhoon Co, AL in 20 Sept 1839. Any info from 1830-40 censuses, Tax Digests will be very helpful and most gratefully received. by G. D. Spradlin

CAMPBELLS, JOHNSONS posted by Edward Kramer on Saturday, March 20, 1999

I am looking for any JOHNSONS or CAMPBELLS from Calhoun County, Alabama.

JAMES, LANCASTER, NANCE posted by Janis Watson on Saturday, March 20, 1999

I am searching for the parents of my 3rdgreatgrandfather, Thomas NANCE. He was born about 1800 in South Carolina. He came to Calhoun Co. with his family about 1856. His wife was Nanny LANCASTER and their son James NANCE married Sarah JAMES.This is my line. Would like to correspond with any descendants. Would be happy to exchange any information. Thanks, Janis

ALEXANDER, CROSS posted by Carolyn Miracle on Monday, March 22, 1999

I am researching Love ALEXANDER and his wife Leatha CROSS (b. 1835)ALEXANDER. They lived in Borden Springs, Alabama. He was born Aug. 4, 1831 and died May 26, 1864 in the Civil War. He was in the 30th Regiment, CSA. Their son, John James Alexander was my grandfather. In a census record, I found several of Leatha CROSS' brothers and sisters in the household of Love and Leatha. I need to know Love's parents names, where he buried, and anything else about this family. The date of his death may indicate that he died in the battle of New Hope Church near Dallas, GA. Your time is appreciated. - Thanks, Carolyn

CASTLEBERRY posted by Brenda C on Saturday, March 27, 1999

CASTLEBERRY - seeking any info on CASTLEBERRY's who lived in Calhoun County, AL during the Civil War. I have Civil War Service Records that suggest a Confederate, Jeremiah [M. or W.] CASTLEBERRY, is from this county [30th AL Regt. Infantry, Company B and/or C]. Birthdate estimated 1790-1849, maybe no descendants since his Service Records reveal he died as a POW in Camp Douglas, IL. Thanks.

SWORDS posted by Ray Sirmons on Monday, March 29, 1999

Looking for "SWORDS" family came to what was then Benton county in approx. 1838

SWORDS posted by Ray Sirmons on Monday, March 29, 1999

Looking for "SWORDS" family came to what was then Benton county in approx. 1838 (Isaac M. SWORDS in particular)

HOLLAND, JENKINS posted by Franklin Kroh on Monday, March 29, 1999

Eli HOLLAND was born in North Carolina in 1834, married Amanda JENKINS in 1857 in Calhoun county, and probably lived the rest of his life in Calhoun County. Does anybody know who his parents were? Thanks!

 

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