Querie 2005
January - December

 

Patricia Griggs Stricklin Sat Jan 1 14:36:29 2005
Searching for marriage record of a James WILLIAMS who married Emaline "Emily" who? I'm searching for info on a James Williams who ended up in Madison County, Al. in 1870. Census records show a James Williams in Benton County, Al. in 1850. I find James & Emly in St. Clair County, Al. in 1860 but could not find him there in 1870 so he moved on to Madison County, Al? He had 11 children in 1870. Several of the children's names seem to match closely with with Francis M. b: 1854-1856, Selina "Lina" b: 1847-1850, Ruth 1857-1859 & Eliza/Louisa b: 1852 to March 1850 Al. I believe them to be my ancestors and would like to hear from anyone related to our family. My ancestress was Eliza/Louisa Williams who married John G. WILLBANKS. My email address: spstricklin@earthlink.net   

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James TEAGUE Fri Jan 14 19:54:00 2005
Searching for parents of John Pearson TEAGUE, born about 1853 in Calhoun co., AL.; death about 1932, Johnson Co., Texas. His wife was Amanda V. Pilkinton, born 1855, Al.' death 1915, Johnson Co., TX.   

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Spirit Mon Jan 17 23:44:12 2005
Searching for burial record Calhoun County, SAPPINGTON, Selina Adeline Elizabeth Porter d. January 1880 SAPPINGTON, James A. Thadeus, M.D. d. 1878 SAPPINGTON, A. C., d. aft. 1885 SAPPINGTON, Christopher C. aft. 1880. Thank you so very much for your kindness, C. Forde   

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M Meaders Sat Jan 22 07:57:08 2005
Looking for any info on ELSTON and MATTISON families who were in Calhoun county. Ruth ELSTON married Thomas Glover MATTISON in Calhoun county in 1830 (?) They went to TX with other members of their families. Need the parents of Thomas Glover MATTISON. I have some info on Ruth ELSTON and her family (CLARK, SEVIER) which I will gladly exchange.m MEADERS   

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Sarah Johnson Thu Feb 10 20:40:05 2005
I am researching S. H. JACKSON and his wife, Eunicy P. A. CLEMENTS (Benton County); and Salathiel Clements and his wife, Ellender BARRY (Benton County). I am seeking any information on both the parents and siblings of Salathiel Clements, who was born in SC. I have his parents as William Clements/Clemons and Abigail Lippincott. Please note that I have a new email address since my previous 09/04 query. Thanks. Sarah Johnson 703 Gabriel Street Panama City, FL 32405 --------------------------------------------------   

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ruedell wilkes Sat Feb 19 08:58:26 2005
Please , I need to find a decendent of William N. Cunningham or someone who knows of one. He was born S.C. ( I think) in 1816 and lived in this co. Married a Mary Elizabeth Veazey. He died in Oxford,Al. . I would like to find out who his father was and who his siblings were . He had a son Charles Lawrence Cunningham who married a Sallie Frances Garrett in 1877 in Ga. they later moved to Tx. My ggreatfather. If this reaches someone who might know of this man Get in touch for more infro. I think he was a brother to a George L Cunningham who married a Martha Eichelberger in that place too. Thank you Ruedell   

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ruedell wilkes Sat Feb 19 09:17:32 2005
could you tell me when they started making death certificates in Al. My ancester died in 1894. Would there be one for him Thanks Ruedell   

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Millie Franssen Tue Feb 22 20:03:06 2005
MAYFIELD,ATKINS,DENDY.Thank you.   

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Mary Lynn Donohoe Wed Feb 23 19:01:01 2005
I am looking for information regarding James DONOHO,DONOHOE,DONEHOE,DUNAHOO. He was born in Ireland in 1814 and married Nancy RIDDLE(born 1826), daughter of Terry RIDDLE in Benton County, AL. They lived in Benton County in 1845. Later moved to Mississippi. The name was spelled various ways in Benton(Calhoun) County records. I am trying to find information regarding how and when James came to Alabama.   

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Mary L. Donohoe Wed Feb 23 20:33:27 2005
I am trying to find the date of marriage between James DONOHOE, DONOHO, DONAHO,or DUNNAHOO, born 1814 in Ireland and Nancy Ann RIDDLE, born 1826 in Tennessee or Alabama. I believe they married in Benton County, AL about 1845. Records show them living in Benton County in 1845. Nancy's father was Terry Riddle, 1800- 1844.   

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Paul Schonstrom Fri Feb 25 16:41:28 2005
Angeline Algerine Elizabeth BEAUCHAMP. Believed to have been born vicinity White Plains Benton/Calhous County probably prior to 1872. Other than the name and probable place of birth, I have no other family information. Family MAY have American Indian connections. Appreciate any leads, suggestions, etc.   

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Cindy Waller Sat Feb 26 08:32:06 2005
ALLEN, CAMP   

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Cindy Waller Sat Feb 26 08:37:55 2005
I am researching the family of Annie Bradbury and Charles W Allen; children Eleanor Gladys, Evelyn and Kathleen. Annie was the daughter of George W Bradbury and Lula Camp; Charles the son of James Allen and Eleanor G Williams. Annie born in 1881 in GA, died 3/29/1974 in Anniston; Charles was born in Lee Co, AL abt 1876, last we find him is the 1930 census in Calhoun Co, AL. Thanks in advance. Cindy   

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Cindy Waller Sat Feb 26 08:39:11 2005
I am researching the family of Annie BRADBURY and Charles W ALLEN; children Eleanor Gladys, Evelyn and Kathleen. Annie was the daughter of George W BRADBURY and Lula CAMP; Charles the son of James ALLEN and Eleanor G WILLIAMS. Annie born in 1881 in GA, died 3/29/1974 in Anniston; Charles was born in Lee Co, AL abt 1876, last we find him is the 1930 census in Calhoun Co, AL. Thanks in advance. Cindy   

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Faye Herbort Sun Feb 27 21:52:00 2005
researching the WILLIS, WEBSTER and SIMS families of Calhoun Co. ALabama. Elizabeth WEBSTER married John N WILLIS in 1840 in Calhoun Co. James Matthew WEBSTER married Lucy M SIMS in 1840 in CalhounCo. also looking for information about Americus "Mack" WEBSTER born in Alabama. Listed in the 1860 census of McLennan Co. Texas searching for Sally or Sara WEBSTER may have been born in Alabama searching for Leroy WEBSTER also may have been born in Alabama.. These WEBSTERS were siblings the children of Matthew Malito WEBSTER and Amelia WALLACE. Any help appreciated.   

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Joan Keith Bonnett Mon Mar 7 13:24:20 2005
Since Cleburne County was formed from part of Calhoun, I am posting this query on the Calhoun County site. Georgia Ann WHEELER, born 14 May, 1853 in Cleburne County, Alabama married Thomas J. WILLINGHAM there April 9, 1872. Her death certificate lists her name as George Ann WILLIAMHAM. She and Thomas WILLINGHAM are buried at the Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery near Odenville. Her death certificate does not list her parents. If you have any bit of info that might help me determine her parents, please let me know. Thanks for reading my message.   

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Thomas M. York Tue Mar 22 14:08:43 2005
Looking for the JOHN C. YORK family that lived in Benton County from about 1835 to 1855. His wife was Sarah Elizabeth Boman and they had two daughters and nine sons. Three sons died in the Civil War and the others migrated to Texas.   

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Sarah Johnson Thu Mar 24 16:20:54 2005
On 09/06/2004, I submitted a query seeking information on Solomon H. JACKSON and his wife, Eunicy P. A. Clements (Benton County); and on Eunicy's parents, Salathiel CLEMENTS and Ellender BARRY (Benton County). I am seeking any information on the identity of Solomon H. Jackson's parents, as well as, any documentation that Salathiel Clements was the son of William Clements and Abigail Lippincott. Please note that I have a new email address: jobi0618@knology.net   

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barbara vann pommer Sun Mar 27 10:18:17 2005
I am looking for info on the following names from Anniston,Calhoun Co. FRED VANN,AUGUSTUS VANN,NANCY MARTIN VANN,JOHN DAVID and AMANDA WHITESIDE VANN, WILL AND FANNY GOWAN VANN, WILL AND SALLY GOOBY MARTIN. Other names connected FLOOD, MCDONALD, BURNETT. Any help would be appreciated.   

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VIRGINIA THOMPSON Sun Apr 10 15:23:46 2005
We are researching our family in Calhoun, Dallas, Clay and Randolph County areas (mostly Calhoun County). The surnames we have identified as being connected with so far include: SMALL, BAGBY, HAMMOND, WILLIAMSON and DOTHARD. It appears the family has been in the area at least since 1830-50's. The cities in Calhoun County that they inhabited were Iron City, Anniston,Township 16 of Calhoun Co,Wesobulga, Lexington, White Plains and Louina. Family members we are most interested in learning more about and connecting with other related family are decendants of: Frank & Minnie Williamson, Sam Williamson (Township 16 of Calhoun County), Jessie Williamson of White Plains, Joseph Small and Harriet Williamson Small of White Plains, William (Will) & Mattie Small of Calhoun County, Parilee Bagby Hammond and Whitt Hammond, Frank Bagby. Also noted that place of internment for some family members show as located in Choccolocco, but have not been able to identify any of the family names on the online cemetary listings. Does anyone know the names of other cemetaries that are not published online for Choccolocco? Thanks for any help.   

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Michelle Marshall- Sicheneder Fri Apr 22 09:51:49 2005
Looking for information on my Grandfather, Louis MARSHALL. Lived in the Piedmont area. Was married to Ella.   

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Joyce Dennis Fri Apr 22 13:23:10 2005
Looking for family of Lake GARNER, Ostell GARNER. Lake born ca 1899, Anniston, Calhoun County.   

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Tommy Graham Wed Apr 27 18:31:10 2005
I am looking for any information on my Great, Great Grandfather, James GRAHAM. He appears on the 1850 census for Benton (Calhoun) County, Alabama at age 45. He was born in South Carolina c.1805. His wife was Sarah, age 50 & born in Virginia c.1800. My Great Grandfather, Sanford Kelly GRAHAM, age 12 is listed as a child on the 1850 census, born c.1838. Sanford GRAHAM subsequently settled in Attala County, Mississippi.   

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Joan Keith Bonnett Thu Apr 28 04:48:54 2005
Sarah A. PUTMAN married Rufus WHEELER 6 October 1849. She is listed back home with her parents in the Hiram PUTMAN household as a widow on the 1850 Benton (Calhoun)County, Alabama census. My paternal ggrandmother, Sarah A. WHEELER, born in Cleburne County, Alabama, married Abselom KEITH January 13, 1856 in Carroll County, Georgia. Their son, William Clayton KEITH was born in Cleburne County, Alabama in 1866. In 1869 Abselom KEITH married Nancy BULLARD, so either Sarah died or they divorced. Abselom lived in Jefferson County, Alabama during the later years of his life. One family story is that Sarah A. WHEELER KEITH is buried on the banks of the Tennessee River. I have been searching for information on Sarah A. WHEELER for several years now and I wonder if Sarah A. PUTMAN who married Rufus WHEELER could have married Abselom KEITH after Rufus WHEELER'S death. Any bit of information will be so appreciated.   

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Archie and Iris Stone Mon May 9 00:19:12 2005
25 JUNE 2005 STONE GATHERING The gathering will be held at the Madisonville City Park, Madisonville, KY from 9:00 a.m until 4:00 p.m. The James Warren Stone family is the host for the first STONE GATHERING. The building is air-conditioned and there is a playground for the children with adult supervison. There will be a pot-luck meal served about noon and there will be fun for all ages. Everyone is invited to bring a short story about your ancestor and as many picutes as you would like to display. There will be a large bulletin board with protective sleeves available. A scanner will be available for those who would like to exchange copies of pictures. James Warren Stone was the son of Moses F. and Sarah Tollison Stone. His siblings are John Randolph, Martha Jane, Sarah Jarusha, Nancy Emily, and Moses F.,Jr. After the death of Sarah, Moses married Samantha Dison and they had: Bentley C., Barnett A., Mary E., Elizabeth, H. C., M. J. and T. E. Stone. The orgins of these Stones are from South Carolina, to Alabama, to Tennesee, to Kentucky and many other states, too numerous to list. If your family ties connect to a Stone listed above please try to attend and get to know your cousins and exchange your family history. There are several motels in the Madisonville area if an overnight stay is needed for you. For added information please contact Archie & Iris Stone: astone38@vci.net or Herb & Betty Cox: bcox@vci.net   

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Mark Finley Wed May 11 10:29:38 2005
Is there a cemetery in Calhoun County by the name of CROW CEMETERY? If there is, what is the location of it. Is it near Francis Mill in southwest Calhoun County?   

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alton D. McVeay Fri May 13 08:07:18 2005
I am looking for information on the CHATHAM, FERRILL, FERRELL, BANG, BANGLE, GRIMSLEY and MCVAY, MCVEY and MCVEAY families. I would appreciate any information that you may have that you feel free to share.   

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Doris Minor Sun May 15 16:22:44 2005
Looking for the burial place of Bazil CALVERT and his wife Mary. He died in 1879, she the early 1890s. They are the 1860 census in the Alexandia area. Thank you Doris   

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Toni M Anderson Tue May 17 20:12:21 2005
Looking for information on Georgia STARNES b April 1863 poss in GA or AL. She married Mr (Unknown) Sullivan and had at least 3 children by him, Annie 1889, Carrie 1892 & Charles Patrick b 1891. She then md Peter F "Jack" Wilklow in 1897. Does anyone have information on the Sullivan line or the parents of Georgia?   

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W.L. Barker Thu May 19 16:31:18 2005
Seeking any information of family of SWANCEY. My Grandmother was Susie Elizabeth SWANCEY born in Abeliene, TX December 13, 1877. Her father was Nathan SWANCEY Born in Alabama. Her mother's name was Malinda last name Unknown, born July 1836 in MS. I also show that Nathan's father was possibly William SWANCEY. My grandmother's siblings were: John A. SWANCEY, Mary M. SWANCEYand George SWANCEY> I would appreciate any information. Thank you.   

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Mimi Harshman Mon May 23 14:55:53 2005
Interested in any information available on Nancy HARDING, widow of Joseph HARDING. Joseph died c. 1831 and Nancy was appointed guardian of their two small daughters. Sometime before 1834 Nancy HARDING married Moses L. BARR. One of Nancy BARR's children, Joseph W. BARR was my grgrgrgrandfather. I would like to know more about Nancy HARDING BARR. Maiden name? Origin? She must have died in 1835 or so because Moses BARR remarried. Thanks for any help.   

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Kala A. Goriup Tue May 24 04:51:16 2005
I am looking for information on the WATSON and LOCKRIDGE (LOCHRIDGE)families. I have traced my family to the Piedmont area through decendents of Steven Ballard Watson (1865- 1946)married to Henrietta Jane Cochran (1860-1934). I am decended from their son Robert Cornellius Watson (1883-1975) who was married to Anna Lockridge. The informaton on Anna Lockridge is very sketchy. The family stories tell that her birth name was Florida India (or Indiana)Lockridge and she changed her name officially when she married. I have a delayed birth certificate that was done late in her life and the date of birth is uncertian. The information was provided by my great-grandfather, as she was ill. Her parents and the location of her birth are unknown. It is known that the family came from South Carolina, to Georgia, then settled in Piedmont. From there their children spread to the Hokesbluff and Gadsden area. Any information on the Lockridge and Watson's would be greatly appreciated. As we are now a military family, I began this project to give my children a since of their family and history. Thank you! K. Goriup   

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Roy Hudson Fri May 27 23:11:03 2005
JOHN ABNER HUDSON-Born 1859. I am looking for information About John. He may have been born in JACKSONVILLE,Calhoun Co. AL. If so,I would like to get as much information as possible about his father/mother/sibling,etc.   

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Silas LINDLEY Mon May 30 09:14:09 2005
LINLEY or LINDLEY, Hall re 1870 Calhoun Ct census. This is my greatgrandfather. Thomas LINDLEY is my grandfather and was deaf/mute. Any information about my family will be appreciated. Thanks, Silas LINDLEY   

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James S Roberts Jr Tue Jun 7 09:25:21 2005
I am looking for info regarding the parents or other relatives of William Rush Roberts (b.1859 Ga)that may have lived in Calhoun Co. He was married to Mary Susan Holland (b. 1862 Ga)and married in Floyd Co. Ga. 1880. Wm and his family migrated to St Clair Co (Pell City) approx 1900-1910 and later moved to the West Anniston area an open a shoe repair shop near 12th street. Fathers name is James W (JW or Jim)Roberts b. SC or NC and mothers name Martha "Patsy" Roberts (? maiden name) b. SC. Wm and Mary Susans Children: James A Roberts Mattie Roberts Hattie Roberts Ruben Levi Roberts Herman Vandeveiner Roberts* my ggrandfather died 1918 St Clair Co. Al Arrie or Irrie Roberts   

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Lawrence Ribakoff Tue Jun 7 13:31:51 2005
Caldwell Sublett was sheriff of Benton County in the 1840's. Land Records list Caldwell Sublett with 80 acres of land November 10, 1840. Caldwell Sublett left Alabama in 1850's went to Carroll County, Arkansas. Question: The 80 acres of land was sold, presumably, to who ?   

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Michael Dreier Wed Jun 15 21:00:01 2005
About 4 years ago, there was a site that had photocopies that could be downloaded of wills deeds and other documents. I had been researching James WOOD (Woods) who lived in Benton County (Calhoun) in the late 1830s. I have tried to locate these photocopies of documents signed by James WOOD (WOODS). It is important to find these documents in which James Wood signed his name as James WOODS. I have established the connection pretty clearly to the WOODS of Franklin County Tennessee. But at the time of the death of James WOOD in 1839, it appears that his descendants dropped the S and the subsequent generations use the surname WOOD. Does anyone have knowledge of a site in which copies of the hand written documents of early Benton County can be viewed and downloaded?   

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deborah montgomery Thu Jun 23 22:01:02 2005
Carl Montgomery Andrew Montgomery   

 

Walter M. Graham Thu Jun 30 19:50:31 2005
Looking for inbformation of the family of JOHN R. GRAHAM, married to Sarah Calloway. He was born in South Carolia in March of 1819, and passed away in May of 1893, He lived in the Ladiga community some sixty years before passing, which was most of his adult life.   

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rebecca boyd Sat Jul 9 13:23:39 2005
Looking for family info on GEORGE WASHINGTON SONGER,SR. dIED 5-16-08. Lived in Oxford Alabama. Thanks   

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Keith E. Graham Wed Jul 13 05:32:49 2005
GRAHAM, KELLY, HEAD, DAVIS I am researching my Graham family. I am looking for information on James Graham who was married to Sarah Kelly, daughter of William Kelly, Sr., known children of this marriage are Jesse Graham and Sanford Kelly Graham with 3 or more children unidentified. These children would have been born in Al. James 2nd marriage was to Delaney Davis. Known children of this marriage were Richardson C. Graham (b. 1857) and Sarah E. Graham (b 1859). Any information on the family would be appreciated.   

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Annette Fri Jul 15 00:37:22 2005
Looking for information on HUDGENS from Calhoun County. Christopher Hudgens (widowed, don't know wife's name) with 5 children, Willam/Henry? 1881, Ella 1884 (m. GHEE), Fannie 1892 (m. BOYD), Ethel 1894 (m. Roberts), and Arthur 1894 (m. Mabel ?). These birth years are approximate. My great-grandmother was Fannie, she was married to Albert Boyd.   

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Rhonda Hill Fri Aug 5 13:37:25 2005
DAVIS,DUNCAN: Looking for any info on Nancy J. Duncan born abt 1865 she was the d/o Thomas and Elizabeth Duncan, she had a brother Judge Walter who is my great grandfather. I heard she married a man named Park Davis. Please email me any info. Thanks Rhonda   

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velma Bucks Fri Aug 12 11:08:10 2005
Looking for Georgann (HUMPHRIES) CHEATWOOD Elizabeth (HUMPHRIES) PETERSON descendants in Calhoun Co Al. All living in Buckhorn 1880 thank you VB   

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Carthal R. Harvey Sat Aug 13 20:43:52 2005
Looking for descendants of Mary E. HARVEY b 24 Jan 1861 dau of James K.HARVEY and Nancy A. CROW.Married W.H. HACKNEY 1880 in Calhoun County. He was b.3 May 1860.He died 25 Jul 1898, she 25 Sep 1944.Both are buried in Hall's Chapel Cemetery, Calhoun County AL.Thank you. Carthal R. HARVEY harv@dswebnet.com   

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Dale I. Garrett Fri Aug 19 19:34:09 2005
John Benjamin Garrett, Looking for information on JBG born 1853 ran a store with Father in law on Noble street at time of his death in 1920. Any information appreciated.   

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Dale I. Garrett Fri Aug 19 19:36:02 2005
John Benjamin Garrett, Looking for information on JBG born,1853 His son Noah Benjamin Garrett ran a store with Father in law on Noble street at time of his death in 1920. Any information appreciated.   

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Dale I. Garrett Fri Aug 19 19:36:22 2005
John Benjamin Garrett, Looking for information on JBG born,1853 His son Noah Benjamin Garrett ran a store with Father in law on Noble street at time of his death in 1920. Any information appreciated.   

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Sydney Harrell Lolley Sat Aug 27 12:41:52 2005
I am seeking information on my grandmother Elsie Helton born Feb. 12,1885,in Waco, Haralson County, Georgia in Waco, Haralson County. Also I am searchng for her mother Sallie Meharg and her father John Anthony Helton.Sallie died whenElsie was just a chid.John Helton left Sallie Twith William Monroe Harrell and John went to Oklahoma where he struck it rich in the oil fields according to his will filed in 1922 in Bristow, Creek County, Olahoma. In the meantime William Harrell's wife Sallie died and he married Elsie who was then 16 years old on Oct. 21,1901 in Alexandria, Calhoun County,Ala.William died Nov. 13, 1925. William and Elsie had 8 children, one of whom was my father,Eusry Herschel Harrell,bornSept.8,1913. William was buried at Bethel Cemetery at Peaks Hill in Calhoun County. Because William had fought in the Confederacy, he was entitled to a Confedarate monument, but no one had ever bothered to get one for him even though they were free. In the late 190's my husband and I ordered one; my niece Terry Jennings and her friend Rex Gay put it at hs grave. This story gets more interesting. After John Helton went to Oklahoma, he married his secondwife,Roxie (maiden name unknown); they became the parents of three chidren. When John wrote his will in 1922, he made provision for Elsie as well as for Roxie and her children. He also made provision for a nephew.,H. Rabun.The assetsfom the land formed the following amount between 1922 and 1924.   

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kathy mceachern Wed Aug 31 14:39:23 2005
Looking for Neil MCEACHERN lived in Calhoun, Al with his wife Permelia Jane REYNOLDS around 1860. Father was Archibald McEachern and mother was Mary Monroe.   

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Rhonda Hill Wed Sep 7 23:26:54 2005
COCHRAN/FORTENBERRY/FORD/STONE/BIVENS/HARRELSON Looking for info on Charles Cochran married Josie Bivens in 1890 there cheldren were Hoyt JD married Bertie Mae Duncan; Claude married Whit Fortenberry; Sadie Mae married WA (Duck) Ford; John married Lula Harrleson and Maggie married Waldo Ford. I have some info but would be thankful for any I recieve, who were Josie's parents and also Charles parents. JD and Bertie were my grandparents. Thanks   

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Joyce Samples Thu Sep 8 11:56:56 2005
need info on BARTLETT RENFROE that lived in Benton Co. Al in the late 1840's and 1850's.I need to know if there were two living there one married to Winney stephens and one to Chloe Parker. any info that will clear this up will be greatly appreciated. joycesamples@tds.net   

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velma Bucks Mon Sep 19 12:11:15 2005
On the 1850 census for Benton / Calhoun County, there was a James Morris listed. h/h was Catherine Morris, can anyone help me with his death date and where he is buried.. velmabucks@yahoo.com thank you   

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Rhonda Hill Mon Sep 19 12:28:09 2005
FORTENBERRY: mistake in earlier Query, Charles Cochran and Josie Bivens daughter married Waldo Fortenberry not Waldo Ford. Sorry for the error.   

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Diane Blossom Thu Sep 22 13:32:14 2005
I found on familysearch.org, that there was a David Pendergrass family in the 1880 U.S. Census in Sulphur Springs, Calhoun, Alabama. There is a 16 year old daughter listed that may very well be my great-grandmother. I would like for someone to give me information about this family if anyone has anything. Thanks, Diane B.   

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velma Bucks Mon Sep 26 13:03:15 2005
Cathrine MORRIS married TAYLOR DEARMAN in Calhoun Co. ca 1859, looking for their children Annie DEARMAN /m ROBERT PENDERGRASS. Effie DEARMAN /m LEWIS DUNSTON. Thank you velmabucks@yahoo.com   

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Billie Garrison Sun Oct 2 10:35:20 2005
KENNEDY Looking for family memebers of Bartley Berry KENNEDY, son of Thomas Alva and Elizabeth Swinford KENNEDY, and brother of William Foster KENNEDY. Bartley moved to Texas and is buried in Lometa, Texas. Would like any information from any families connected.   

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Billie Garrison Tue Oct 4 14:24:25 2005
KENNEDY Looking for relatives of Bartley Berry Kennedy, son of Thomas Alva and Elizabeth Swinford Kennedy, brother of William Foster Kennedy. Bartley went to Texas in the 1850's. Bartley was the greatgrand father of Billie Garrison and Helen Kennedy Tunnell who live in Texas.   

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Deborah Mobley Sat Oct 8 21:56:00 2005
SMITH Jame Thornton Smith married Rosa Anna JOHNSON. James is the son of Tom Smith and Evelyn HINSON and the brother of Jesse and William A Smith. James was born 1878 in Calhoun Co Alabama. Tom Smith also married Etta NELSON in 1893.   

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Betty SHAW Fri Nov 11 09:28:04 2005
Emberry CANNON married 14th April 1844 in Benton/Calhoun Co., AL to Minerva J. PATILLA. Children: Julia A., Sarah Addie, Mary L., California "Callie", William A., Thomas B., Willson Stewart, (twin) of Wylie B., Emma, Fannie Lee and John P. Need parents of Emberry and Minerva and any info on the children. Thanks.   

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Linda M. Smith Wed Nov 16 08:43:59 2005
I would appreciate any information on a CHAPPELL family who lived in Calhoun County, Alabama, in 1860. ISAAC CHAPPELL (sp. Chapell on census), was 68 yrs old - not found in any census in 1870. He was b. abt 1791 in SC. Since the 1850 census (Newton Co, GA), two maiden ladies lived with him - Mary and Frances CHAPPELL. Their ages vary widely but guessing b. anywhere from 1815-1820. In the 1850 census of Newton Co, GA, 17-yr-old Alcy/Alsy Chappell lived in this household. She was my 2nd great-grandmother. Also living in Newton Co, GA, in 1850 was my 2nd great grandfather, Samuel Hutchison "Hutch" FOSTER, b. 1823 in Abbeville, SC. He and Alcy Chappell married in Carroll Co, GA, in 1853. Both the Isaac CHAPPELL family, and the Samuel FOSTER (under HUTCHISON FOSTER) were living in Calhoun County, AL, in 1860. Samuel Foster later lived and died in Etowah County, AL, but Alcy died sometime after the birth of my great-grandmother, probably before 1870. I'm wondering what happened to the Isaac CHAPPELL family, and since the last place they are found is in Calhoun County, they may be buried there. However, since the Civil War happened during this decade, and many families were dispossessed, there is no telling where they died. There was only one Chappell family in Calhoun County in 1870, and the head of household was Benjamin CHAPPELL. No connection that I have been able to find. Are there any CHAPPELL families in Calhoun County who might know something of Isaac or Mary or Frances?   

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RODRICK ECHOLS Mon Nov 21 12:09:50 2005
BENNY ECHOLS, BENNY ECHOLES   

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Dee Lightner Wed Nov 23 19:40:09 2005
Searching for ANY info on Marion Hilton HURST, or Otis Hurst. Particularly would like to hear from whoever posted a query on these people back in 2004. I have REPEATEDLY tried to access the web site 'cousinconnection.com' where the query appears when I search, but the site is unavailable. Marion Hilton Hurst, from Anniston AL, was married to my aunt, Sandy (Hilda Cecelia) and they had children, Philip Randall, Michael Brandon and Kevin Lee. These are my cousins. I have been searching for them for years. I HAVE found Kevin. But no word on Randy and Michael, except that whoever posted the query in 2004 looking for info on Marion Hilton Hurst MUST be either Randy or Michael. So, guys, where are you? Also, anyone who ever knew Hilton HURST in Anniston, pelase contact me. thanks   

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Sydney H Lolley Tue Nov 29 17:01:40 2005
Seekingdata onSALLIE MEHARG b 1865inHARALSON cO gA 1893 MARRIED JOHN ANTHONY HELTON; oe hild Elsie   

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Andrew Burns Sat Dec 3 15:42:30 2005
I am trying to find the name of a cave that is located on the Anniston Army Depot. I work for MWR at the depot and I am whating to name a pavillion that is located just down the ridge from the cave after it. I can not find anyone that has a name for it. How can i find the correct name for it?   

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Teri Bell Hooper Mon Dec 5 09:20:06 2005
Searching for information regarding the following; Reason BELL and Louisa DONOVAN BELL. Lived in Calhoun County (Iron City area) between 1860 and 1900. Children of Reason and Louisa are James David BELL who married Sarah PEARSON BELL. James BELL born 1853 and died 1917, buried in the Old Davistown Cemetery. Sarah, b, 1854, d, 1919 also buried in Old Davistown Cemetery. Children of James BELL and Sarah are Henry Walter BELL, b, 1876, d, 1935 who married Sherley Ward. Henry Walter BELL bought a large portion of the Old Davistown Cemetery and also owned over 100 acres of land in the area. Email me direct at the lesliewhooper@cox.net if you have any information on this family.   

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ALGenWeb Asst. State Coordinator: Jeff Kemp
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