Queries 2002
January - March

KEEFE posted by Chip Jones on Thursday, January 3, 2002

My great-great-grandfather, Cornelius Thomas O'KEEFE, owned approximately 30 acres of land in Calhoun County which his estate sold in 1866 or 1867. Are there any books of deeds available that I could use to determine when he bought the land originally and perhaps why he had land there? Any help along these lines is appreciated.

MCCARTY, TURNER posted by Donna Turner Ayers on Friday, January 4, 2002

I am looking for any information on David C. TURNER who married Matilda MCCARTY. David was a Confederate soldier in AL. 5th Battalion "Calhoun's Sharpshooters". He later moved to Arkansas and Texas where he died. He was listed in the 1860 Calhoun County Census living in Jacksonville. Thanks for any info that I can get.

BLACK, JONES posted by Teresa Phillips on Sunday, January 13, 2002

JONES, BLACK Looking for information on the family of John Washington JONES, b. March 23, 1818 in Macon, Bibb Co., GA & d. Feb. 23, 1889 in Alto, Cherokee Co., TX. He married Sophia Smith BLACK, b. Nov. 12, 1819 in Macon, Bibb Co., GA & d. June 21, 1907 in Forest, Cherokee Co., TX. They had at least one child, Daniel Marcus JONES, b. April 10, 1858 in Anniston, Calhoun Co., AL. Any information is much appreciated.

GARMON, HOLDEN posted by Chester Garmon on Monday, January 14, 2002

HOLDEN-GARMON---Searching for information on the Rev. Joe HOLDEN and wife Eliza Jane GARMON. I have been told, by relatives, that he was a minister of the Gospel in the Calhoun County, Al. area, in the late 1890 to early 1900 time period. Thanks for your time and help.

EDWARDS, HORTON, HURT posted by Jeffrey L. Martin on Thursday, January 17, 2002

Please contact me if you recognize this family. Bertha was sister of my ancestor Homer Julius HURT: Lander W. HORTON was born February 17, 1875, and died May 1966 in Calhoun Co. AL (Anniston). He married Bertha J. HURT, daughter of James HURT and Mary EDWARDS. She was born June 21, 1890 in AL, and died January 1975 in Calhoun Co. AL (Anniston). jmartin@fairfield.com

CASTEEL, HINTON, REAVES, REEVES, TOLBERT posted by Rhonda S on Friday, January 18, 2002

REAVES,REEVES --- Seeking info on family possibly from the Anniston area. Children -
Margaret - married J.N. CASTEEL in AR
"Hut" female
Peter Mack - married Rebekah HINTON in AR
Elmina or "Mina" married Ed TOLBERT of AL
family story is that this family lived in ALA and after the Civil War dad and older males were hung by bushwhackers.... These children migrated and ended up in Franklin Co, AR. Census list AL and GA as birth places.

HELMICK, KIRKLAND posted by Marty Ramage on Saturday, January 19, 2002

I am searching for information on the family of Walter KIRKLAND (24 January 1886-July 1966). Water KIRKLAND married Almeda HELMICK (17 April 1890-Janaury 1968) and settled in Calhoun County, Alabama. I am related to this family through Almeda HELMICK.

HOLSEMBACK posted by James T. HOLSENBACK on Sunday, January 20, 2002

I am seeking information on James Thomas HOLSEMBACK, Who died in January, 1925 in Calhoun County. Specifically, I want to learn his date of birth and about any children or siblings in the Anniston area.

JONES, KING posted by Dora Savage Albrecht on Wednesday, January 23, 2002

Per the obit of Elijah T. JONES, 5/24/1932, his daughter, Zanobia Clair JONES, was married to E. P. KING. At that time they were shown to be living in Anniston, Calhoun Co., Alabama. I am hoping for contact with one of Zanobia's descendants, or with anyone who might have information about the family. Thank you for your assistance.

ARP, MCCURDY, MCCURSY posted by Carolyn Phillips Ponder on Sunday, February 3, 2002

I am seeking info on my Great-grandmother, Martha Caroline ARP MCCURDY. She married my grand-father, William Augustus MCCURSY in 1887-1888 in Cleburn Couty, Alabama. They lived near Piedmont, Alabam when William died on JUly 10, 1910. They are both buried in Goshen Cemetery. I need to know something about Martha Caroline (Mannie or Mattie) like who were her parents and did she have any brother or sisters, and she was from originally.

CLARK, MCKINNEY, SHEID posted by Carleton McNaron Wright on Monday, February 4, 2002

Seaching for info on Edward T. and Naomi SHEID CLARK and J.W. MCKINNEY and Jenny SHEID MCKINNEY who lived in the Alexandria, Calhoun, AL area.

RUTLEDGE, YOUNG posted by Patrick Pearsey on Wednesday, February 13, 2002

Seeking information on family of D L YOUNG d.September 1929 Oxford, Calhoun Co. Al. He married Sarah RUTLEDGE and had D L YOUNG, born 1924 in Oxford. Family is African-American. Any information on this family would be greatly appreciated.

MACKEY, WOODS posted by Linda Sislak on Thursday, February 14, 2002

My grandmother Amanda Jane WOODS was b. August 28, 1873 in Calhoun Co. Her parents were Ephraim WOODS and Alice MACKEY. I have no information on them. Any leads would be appreciated. Thanks Linda

BRASWELL, KINNEY posted by Joan Keith Bonnett on Friday, February 15, 2002

Searching for information on the marriage of Fannie Fay KINNEY and ??? BRASWELL sometime between 1900 and 1912. Fay Kinney was born and raised in Jacksonville, Alabama. Any information appreciated.

GARMON, GORMON, HEATON posted by Charles Wells on Tuesday, February 19, 2002

I know that my g-grandmother and g- grandfather were born in Calhoun Co., AL. I can not find any information on my g-mother Cynthia Ann GARMON [or GORMON] 12/10/1857 She married William B HEATON [8/30/1860] also of Calhoun Co. on 8/28/1881. I do not know if they were married in Calhoun Co. They were in Texas by the late 1880's. Can you tell me if there is a birth certificate for Cynthia Ann that would have the names of her parents and any information about them. Thanks for the help Charles Wells

MATHENY, WILSON posted by Mary Hill on Wednesday, February 20, 2002

Seeking info on W.A. (William Alexander) MATHENY and wife Matilda. Children: Josephine Maria, William E. (married Mary W. Unknown), Colonel E., Jefferson, Mary Jane, Mac/Mack (also known as Docie or Doctor married Mary Elizabeth WILSON), Horatio Seymore, and Charles S. (married Annie Unknown). William is listed on the 1860 Census, with wife and first three children. Would love to find out more on this family and children. Mac Matheny is my g-grandfather.

HONSAKER posted by Dan Page on Saturday, February 23, 2002

Leroy HONSAKER d 1985 at Anniston. I would like to contact anyone who can tell me about him, perhaps surviving relatives. I have been researching HONSAKER families who settled early in southwest PA, and I suspect Leroy might be one of the descendants based on his name, birth year, etc. I am not a subscriber to this maillist so you will have to email me directly. dpage@ipa.net

PRATER, SULLIVAN, THOMAS posted by James E Clark on Saturday, February 23, 2002

Looking for Sim THOMAS and wife Matilda SULLIVAN-----Is this the same Matilda THOMAS that married John PRATER in 1865 in Calhoun Co, Ala

MACKEY, WOODS posted by Linda Sislak on Monday, February 25, 2002

Seeking info on Ephraim WOODS and Alice MACKEY, my g/grandparents. They were in Calhoun Co in 1873 when daughter Amanda Jane was born. Any help will be appreciated. Linda.
 

Frena Hokans Tue Mar 5 13:24:26 2002
SURNAMES: WHITE, BROWN, CHAMBERS I'm searching for my grandfather's Alabama relatives and ancestors. My grandfather's name was Roy William White, b 26 Sep 1904, RabbitTown, Alabama, his siblings were: Minnie Molly White, Eula Mae White, William (Willie) Albert White, Pearl Irene White, Nellie Marie White, Floyd Alvin White, Eunice Kenebrow White. Their parents were William Robinson White b 17 Feb 1877 and Sarah Frances Elizabeth Brown b 8 Feb 1882, Edwardsville, GA. They were m. 19 Jan 1902, Rabbit Town, Alabama. William Robinson White's parents were Mark White and Margaret Chambers, m Calhoun County, Alabama. Family legend says that Grandpa tried tracing his family history once and discovered that his grandmother was a cannibal living in the swamps who ate 14 people. He loved to kid his grandchildren, so this is probably not true! Any help tracing our ancestry greatly appreciated! Thanks!    http://pag es.cthome.net/frenabee/spaldinghawkinsgum.htm

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Richard Wright Thu Mar 7 04:43:14 2002
Searching for my WRIGHT ancestors. In the 1850 Benton County census, there was an Elizabeth WRIGHT(51f Born Ga.) as head of household. Living with her was C. WRIGHT(27m Born Ga.), W. WRIGHT(18m Born Ga.) and M. WRIGHT(14f Born Ga.) Unfortunately, the census-taker only used initials for the children, but I believe the W. WRIGHT to be Winfield WRIGHT, my GGgrandfather. This WRIGHT family could have been in Benton County prior to 1850 and may be on the 1840 Census with info that would correspond with the ages of the wife and kids. I have no idea where this family was in Georgia, and since there are about 10 million counties in Georgia, it is difficult(impossible) to trace without the name of the husband to Elizabeth. I would greatly appreciate any help that could be provided. You can contact me direct at my e-mail. Thanks, Richard Wright wright1@worldnet.att.net Suwanee, Georgia   

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velma bucks Thu Mar 7 14:35:48 2002
I am looking for information on both PHILLIP HUMPHRIES and his wife MARY JANE MORRIS who married and lived in calhoun co. Marys mother was CATHERINE MORRIS. her sister, CATHERINE MORRIS married TAYLOR DEARMAN Thank you velma bucks   

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CatBrown Mon Mar 11 11:57:53 2002
I am looking for the following families: ADERHOLD,BUSH,BARTLETT,JONES. These were "allied" families according to my g-grandmother. They arrived in Alabama about 1840's. According to my g-grandmother they settled in Jacksonville AL. Any information about this illusive bunch would be helpful...thanks. Cat   

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Barbara Nelson Wed Mar 13 19:16:44 2002
REUBEN DAWKINS b: 1838 - AL/ d: 1917 - SC. Had two daughters in Piedmont, AL: MARTHA SMITH and FRANCES GIBBS. Don't know if had son or not. Left AL about 1870 - 1880, went to SC and raised a second family with MARTHA HOLLIDAY; then, in last years married a third woman: EMMA L. Please contact me if you have information about this family. I don't know the name of his parents, 1st spouse, etc. He was my GGF. Barbara Nelson distler53@yahoo.com    n/a

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Tina Wilson Sat Mar 16 21:17:31 2002
SCOTT-HARP I am looking for any information on a SCOTT family that resided in Calhoun Co early 1900's. Anniston and Ohatchee area. One daughter Geneva married G.W. LEACH 1916 and then Jim HARP around 1930. She had at least 2 sisters Dollie and Mattie (m. Graham PIERCE) at least 4 brothers John wifes name may have been May, Joe, Lum, Tim. This is my husbands family and we are trying to make contact with any living family and find out about his ancestry.   

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J Gamache Sun Mar 17 15:57:52 2002
Seeking information on families, JARRELL and FANT in Calhoun County, AL - specifically of interest, information pertaining to my great-grandmother, Olla Lou Fant/Jarrell. Olla Lou's parents believed to be Dorcas Enos Fant and Anna Lou Martin. Olla Lou FANT was presumably married (briefly) to either Eugene Elonzo (E.E.) JARRELL, or to his brother Tom (Thomas?) JARRELL - probably at about 1905. They purportedly lived together until only shortly after their daughter (my grandmother) Vera Lou FANT JARRELL WATTS was born, and then divorced afterward. I have been able to locate no birth/marriage/death information on Olla Lou FANT/JARRELL, whom we believe lived and died in Calhoun or Talladega County, AL for her entire life span. Any assistance on where to look further would be most appreciated!!! Thank You. J Gamache - ldsgamache@prodigy.net   

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Joey Brackner Thu Mar 21 14:55:23 2002
I am looking for information on Dixie Tile & Pottery Company once located in Oxford, ca. 1900. It may have been associated with the EICHELBERGER family.   

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George Price Sat Mar 30 17:00:25 2002
Seeking information on JOSIAH DAVID PRICE, b. 02/05/1842 in Anderson County, SC; d. 10/05/1932 in Hackelburg, AL. Calhoun County, 1900 Census shows him with wife (Shandrille J. ?) and four (4) children: Charles R. , Foster(?) L., Jennie, and Robert L. He served with the 7th SC Cavalry with his father Penuel Ross Price, b. 10/30/1822, Anderson Co., SC.; d. 09/20/1864. Any additonal information on this family would be appreciated.   


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