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Grant Family
Sunday, 18-Feb-01 18:01:20



Dozier family in Coffee County John Jackson Dozier
Sunday, 18-Feb-01 11:26:33

    Message:
    205.188.193.57 writes:

    I am trying to find the father of John Jackson Dozier listed in the 1860 Coffee co. census and in the 1880 Coffee county census. I have read quite a bit of information on the Doziers and this generation is missing. His son, Daniel , listed as being 3 months old in the 1860 census is my husbands grandfather. Any information as to his death, etc. would be appreciated.

    I also noticed a query about the old Dozier cemetery. It was mentioned as a newly found cemetery. Anyone have any information about this? I hear there is one on the Davis property , is this the same one?

    jjdozier@aol.com

    Johnnie



McCrummen's
Saturday, 17-Feb-01 15:00:38

    Message:
    12.23.106.70 writes:

    I am looking for the family of William M. McCrummen. His wife's name is Susie Ellen Wadkins and I believe they are from Coffee County. William was born about 1852 and died in Houston, TX in 1939. Any information on William's parents or children would be helpful. Thank you for your time.

    Andrea McCrummen Mull



PEARL AND/OR SIMMIE CHAPPELL
Friday, 16-Feb-01 11:38:15

    Message:
    63.38.64.32 writes:

    Hello, all:
    I would like to correspond with someone related to or anyone who knows any information about the Chappell family in Elba, AL. Pearl (Williams) Chappell is the sister of my paternal Grandmother, Georgia Gertrude Williams Gay. I do not know if they have relatives still living in the area or not, but they did have several children.

    Lottie Gay Parker



ZENO MINER RUDD
Wednesday, 14-Feb-01 22:44:39

    Message:
    206.96.98.235 writes:


    My gr-grandfather's twin brother, Zeno Miner Rudd died in Elba November 15-16, 1935 and according to his death certificate was buried in Evergreen Cemetery. Is there anyone who could possibly find an obit or who has a listing of Evergreen which might show which other members of the family are there? I'd appreciate it very much. I could reciprocate with a possible lookup in the DC area. Harry Rudd of Bowie, Md

    Harry Rudd

REPLY:
Re: ZENO MINER RUDD
Thursday, 15-Feb-01 21:20:44

    205.188.198.58 writes:

    The Coffee County Cemetery Records book shows only one entry for RUDD in the Evergreen Cemetery. William Nelson Rudd
    b. 13 Nov 1898
    d. 17 Feb 1924
    Son of Z. M & E. M. Rudd
    2 large graves 3 graves away.
    Hope this will be of help to you. Good luck.
    Bill Clark

    Bill Clark




Seeking My Father, CHARLES P. WILSON or Someone Who Served with Him in Germany 1965 at Ferris Barracks, Erlangen
Wednesday, 14-Feb-01 14:54:00

    Message:
    206.96.98.180 writes:

    I am trying to find my father (or someone who served with) who was with the U.S. Army stationed in Germany between 1963 and 1965.

    PFC CHARLES P. WILSON, was stationed in Germany, Bavaria, Erlangen at the Ferris Barracks as a cook.
    He came from Virginia the Transportation School, Fort Eustis.
    His age today must be 60 +/-1.
    His army service number is
    RA 14822220 Class-55-R-6154 or 6754.

    If you know the unit also, please contct me.

    My E-Mail: mail@ralf-distler.de

    Regards
    Ralf

    Ralf



William Dawson Roberts
Sunday, 11-Feb-01 15:46:47

    Message:
    199.183.75.22 writes:

    William Dawson was the son of Jesse Hancock Roberts and Margaret McCorkle Roberts of Pike County, the community of Milo. He became a doctor, I believe, in Coffee County. Any info would be appreciated. Ray Holt

    Melvin Ray Holt, Sr.



HENDRIX, King Z(almey),Larkin, Laban,Mack S(ylvester)
Saturday, 10-Feb-01 23:35:13

    Message:
    166.102.229.102 writes:

    Hi,all!! I'm looking for info on my gtgrandfather's ancestry. He was Thomas Mack Sylvester HENDRIX, b. June 5, 1964, and there was family in the Dothan area ca. 1950. Grandaddy Mack named his sons King and Sylvester and I've found records at the BLM for King Z., Mack S., Larkin and Laban HENDRIX, as well as some others. Any help GREATLY appreciated!!
    Thanks and God bless!!

    Carolyn Walker



LOST IN COFFEE COUNTY
Tuesday, 06-Feb-01 18:39:09

    Message:
    206.96.98.180 writes:

    Hi,

    My name is Jeff Howard. I was searching for someone born in Coffee county
    and came across this site. The following information comes from my maternal
    grandmother, who is in her 80's now and sometimes gets facts a little mixed
    up. However, my mother and aunts, who have known much of this story over the
    years, feel pretty good about the accuracy of the information. Here is my
    story:

    My grandmother and grandfather were married in 1932 in Blount County. My
    grandmother's younger sister, Ruby Price, came to live with them shortly
    after they were married. Somewhere along the way, Ruby became pregnant by my
    grandfather in the mid-30's. Because of the potential for an embarrassing
    family scandal, my grandfather, grandmother, and Ruby soon moved to Elba, AL,
    to carry out Ruby's pregnancy, have the baby, and find someone to take the
    baby. Apparently, my grandfather found work in Elba, and that's why they
    went there. He sent for the other two to join him by train after he found
    work.

    While in Elba, they rented a house from someone named Pearl Mcgehee
    (spelling?). They told her the situation while they were there. After the
    baby was born, Pearl fell in love with the baby. It was a beautiful girl
    with a head full of black hair. Pearl said she knew a couple who could not
    have kids and who would love to have the baby. So, they left the baby with
    Pearl. My grandmother thinks that Pearl may have even kept the baby herself
    because she was so crazy about the baby. We don't know for sure.

    Pearl named the baby Montes or Montez (spelling?). There is a small chance
    it was named Margarett Ann, but we think Montes or Montez or something
    similar. We don't know if this name was retained or not.

    My grandmother says she was born on December 16th somewhere between 1934 and
    1938. We can't be sure of this date because of her memory, but she insists.

    My grandmother and grandfather went on to have six children and they were a
    great and loving family. My grandmother and Ruby are both still alive,
    although Ruby is in a nursing home with Alzheimers Disease.

    My mother and aunts would love to know what ever became of their half-sister.
    She shares their father, and her mother is their mother's sister.

    My grandfather's name was Ralph Henderson Richey. My grandmother said that a
    doctor delivered the baby, not a midwife.

    Any information we could learn about our missing relative would be GREATLY
    appreciated. She would be in her early to mid 60's now.

    Thanks,

    Jeff Howard

    Jeff Howard



MARTIN FAMILY IN COFFEE CO.
Monday, 05-Feb-01 16:32:46

    Message:
    24.8.44.119 writes:

    Researching LEE & CALLIE MARTIN in Coffee Co. The children were: OTHA, FRED, WILLIAM E., GEORGE, AUTREY, WYATT.
    Please contact me if you have any information on this family.
    Thanks,
    P.J. STRICKLAND
    mstric5514@angelfire.com

    P.J. STRICKLAND



MARTIN FAMILY IN COFFEE CO.
Monday, 05-Feb-01 16:28:49

    Message:
    24.8.44.119 writes:

    Researching LEE & CALLIE MARTIN in Coffee Co. The children were: OTHA, FRED, WILLIAM E., GEORGE, AUTREY, WYATT.
    Please contact me if you have any information on this family.
    Thanks,
    P.J. STRICKLAND

    P.J. STRICKLAND



George Smith of Coffee Co.
Saturday, 03-Feb-01 02:21:50

    Message:
    12.6.73.43 writes:

    I am looking for any information on the family of George Smith who married Henrietta Hudson. He was born early 1850's (1854). His mother was named Nancy and was from S.C. They had at least 4 possibly 5 children: Alice, Genia, Malone, and Ab. I have heard that he may have been German. Any info will be appreciated.

    John Parish



Smith
Friday, 02-Feb-01 08:37:14

    Message:
    63.25.147.238 writes:

    Researching family of Powell Smith, wife Nancy, son Samuel, daughter Mary. Found in 1850 census
    of Coffee co. Ala.

    KKYDEE2@JUNO.COM



John Bishop, Confederate Veteran
Wednesday, 31-Jan-01 16:42:49

    Message:
    204.252.57.78 writes:

    I only this week learned that my great grandfather, John Bishop, joined the 33rd Alabama Regimentfrom Coffee County in 1862 and served until the end of the war, being wounded in the siege of Atlanta. In 1869 he moved to Limestone County, Texas, married and had a family there. On his pension application in 1906, three men from Coffee County were his "witnesses": P.G. Ham, William Ham, and W.D. Bryan all of Elbu, AL. Any information on any of these people, especially the Bishop family, would be greatly appreciated.

    Faye Woods



Blount Families
Monday, 29-Jan-01 19:50:13

    Message:
    64.196.252.140 writes:

    Looking for any info on the several Blount families who resided in Coffee Co. Charley Milton Blount marr. Elizabeth/Lizzie Davidson, I need marr. date, etc. and anything else on this family. Thanks for any help.

    Sue Airhart



Bessie Luizer McCall Russell - midwife
Monday, 29-Jan-01 19:39:30

    Message:
    209.168.99.99 writes:

    Bessie L. McCall Russell was a midwife in Coffee & possibly Geneva counties. I need to know if anyone has a name that states that she delivered an ancestor or relative. Bessie was born in Coffee about 1898. What was the criteria/registration, etc. for midwives in those days? I need the history of midwives in SE Alabama. Thanks a lot. Judy

    Judy



Subscribe me please
Saturday, 27-Jan-01 14:28:50

    Message:
    63.15.161.197 writes:

    Is this where I write to be subscribed to this list? My mother's family is from Coffee Co. Alto Malone Johnson and Mary Etta Sawyer were my maternal grandparents.

    sandra



George Carroll from GA to Coffee Co
Saturday, 27-Jan-01 09:39:39

    Message:
    32.101.50.57 writes:

    I am seeking the ancestors of George CARROLL. He and his family migrated from GA to Coffee Co., AL before 1840. The following is all I know about George and his immediate family:

    GEORGE CARROLL was born 1815 in GA, and died in Coffee Co, AL. He married BARBERRY ??.

    Children of GEORGE CARROLL and BARBERRY ?? are:
    i. JOHN CARROLL, b. 1844, Coffee Co, AL.
    ii. CYNTHIA CARROLL, b. 1847, Coffee Co, AL.
    iii. JAMES CARROLL, b. 1848, Coffee Co, AL.
    iv. NANCY CARROLL, b. 1848, Coffee Co, AL.
    v. JANE CARROLL, b. 1852, Coffee Co, AL.
    vi. LEONARD "LYNN" CARROLL, b. 1856, Coffee Co, AL; d. Coffee Co, AL.
    vii. ELISHA CARROLL, b. 1859, Coffee Co, AL.

    The web sites where I keep information about these families are:

    http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/j/o/r/Larry-E-Jordan/
    http://www.lumbee.homestead.com

    Larry Jordan

    Larry Jordan



WEEKS Family
Friday, 26-Jan-01 17:52:26

    Message:
    208.162.62.224 writes:

    I am researching the Andrew Jackson Weeks & Plseda(Plassedie) Pierce family. Jackson's parents were Washington Weeks & Mary Ellen Fleming. I am trying to find out who Washington's parents were. I believe they were Benjamin Weeks & Jemimah Harrison but I am not sure. I would also like any info on the Pierce or Fleming side. Can anyone give me any info on this family? jwsmith@alaweb.com

    Janie Weeks Smith



CREECH FAMILY GRAND REUNION
Friday, 26-Jan-01 01:54:25

    Message:
    66.26.141.33 writes:

    This is to remind everyone interested that
    A reunion is being held for
    ALL CREECH FAMILY & EXTENDED FAMILY.
    It is being held at THE TRAVELER'S REST CHURCH, in Samson, AL., June 16,2001.
    For more information, please contact me at my
    e-mail address. annieadler@carolina.rr.com
    And please. Let your family who are not on the Internet know about this reunion.
    Thanks
    annie

    annie adler



TILLIS Family
Wednesday, 24-Jan-01 13:32:01

    Message:
    206.47.244.61 writes:

    Looking for information on Cynthia TILLIS d/o Kent TILLIS.

    Cynthia TILLIS married William Jordan MOSELEY on February 1, 1886.

    Miles Krisman



Campbell family in Coffee County, Alabama Elba Area
Tuesday, 23-Jan-01 21:49:47

    Message:
    205.188.197.167 writes:

    I am looking for information about the Campbell family in Coffee County, Al. Murdock Campbell married Ella Henderson in 1887. Please help me with my search. Thanks!

    mikebcampbell@aol.com



Walter T. Mock / Alberta Donaldson Coffee County
Tuesday, 23-Jan-01 20:02:29

    Message:
    64.12.105.43 writes:

    I would like any information on this family line Thanks

    Sandra Davis


REPLY:
    Re: Walter T. Mock / Alberta Donaldson Coffee County
    Saturday, 10-Feb-01 23:01:38

      166.102.229.102 writes:

      There is a large MOCK contingent in the Gilchrist County area of Florida. My mother-in-law's mom was a MOCK. They came into Bradford/New River area first(I think!). I honestly haven't done a lot of research on this line. God bless!!

      Carolyn Walker



Walter T. Mock / Alberta Donaldson Coffee County
Tuesday, 23-Jan-01 20:01:06

    Message:
    64.12.105.43 writes:

    W
    ould Like any information on this family line

    Sandra Davis



Mock / Donaldson
Tuesday, 23-Jan-01 19:50:27

    Message:
    64.12.105.43 writes:

    Would like to know if anyone has information on the Walter T. Mock (wife Albert Donaldson) family line? Thanks

    Sandra Davis



JEFF E. BOUTWELL m. MAUDIE MAE BOLES
Monday, 22-Jan-01 13:25:46

    Message:
    172.158.156.55 writes:

    Would like to correspond with descendants of Maudie Mae Boles and Jeff E. Boutwell; Coffee County AL; Maudie Mae, born July 11, 1890 was a daughter of John W. Boles and Martha Ann .
    Thanks in advance.
    Pauline Stanhagen

    Pauline Stanhagen



Heritage Book?
Wednesday, 17-Jan-01 19:05:05

    Message:
    64.12.102.153 writes:

    When are we to get our Heritage Book published? It sure has been a long time.

    Evelyn Gassler


REPLY: Re: Heritage Book?
Monday, 22-Jan-01 19:34:04



Arnold Family
Wednesday, 17-Jan-01 14:51:51

    Message:
    216.76.249.116 writes:

    My Great Grandmother was born in Victory AL Coffee CO. September 6, 1875 Her name was Amanda Annabell Arnold she moved to Westville FL and married Charles Dana Hood (possibly was a Judge in Dale Co. or a School teacher)on January 6,1901. Charles Dana Hood was born April 26, 1875. He is one of the 11 sons of General John Bell Hood. Any information would be appreciated.

    Julia Jurjens



Giles Hudson - Peggy Wood married 1873
Saturday, 13-Jan-01 22:43:29

    Message:
    206.96.98.27 writes:

    I am researching family history of the Hudson family from northwest Coffee County. My gggrandfather Giles Hudson married Peggy Wood in 1873. There seems to be no record of the marriage that I can find. Peggy was part Indian, probably Cherokee. She may have had a sister name Mary who married a Taylor. These persons were shown in the 1870 census, Cov. County. Most of the family settled around Hudson Mill. If anyone has any information about the Wood family please let me know.

    Miriam McKnight



Ellis, Jones, Brabham, Sawyer
Saturday, 13-Jan-01 18:09:17

    Message:
    38.27.192.31 writes:

    Looking for info. on my great-grandparents from Coffee County: A.R. Ellis and Volie Jones married about 1900, and George Washington Brabham and Koka Sawyer lived in Coffee county in 1915. Any info. will be greatly appreciated!

    William Schultz



Rushing
Saturday, 13-Jan-01 11:45:42

    Message:
    206.96.98.81 writes:

    Looking for any info on Lou Ellen or Louella Rushing born 09-05-1886 married James Wesley Mathews 02-25-1904. Who were her parents?
    Also need info on Eliza Rushing who married then later divorced J.M. Mathews (Mathis)
    Any info would be greatly appreciated.

    Conrad Mathews



BYRD Family
Friday, 12-Jan-01 20:17:36

    Message:
    152.163.207.79 writes:

    I am searching for a line on my grandmother, Cordie Ann Byrd. Information that I have says she was born in Coffee Co., b 15 Feb 1895, d 13 Dec 1935, buried in Travelers' Rest Cemetery in Geneva Co., m Cheater Clemons Hornsby 21 Nov 1915 in Geneva Co., father was Isom Byrd. I am sure of the names and spellings because I have documentation of Isom Byrd signing as a witness on a deed. I am willing to share current information on this branch of the family.

    Beverly


REPLY: Re: BYRD Family
Tuesday, 13-Feb-01 22:03:36


Rhodes family of Coffee County Elba area
Thursday, 11-Jan-01 09:14:34

    Message:
    63.80.160.54 writes:

    Looking for info on Emma Rhodes Flowers family
    Her fathers names was Fate/Faete Rhodes mother unknown.they lived at one time near Danley's cross Roads and later close to New Home Church and Cemetary on highway 189 going to kinston.
    Emma Rhodes had the following brothers.
    John Rhodes, Coote Rhodes. Emma Rhodes was my Husbands granmother she married Calvin Flowers Elba,Al.Thanks in advance...rena

    Faete Rhodes


REPLY: Re: Rhodes family of Coffee County Elba area
Sunday, 14-Jan-01 10:26:56

Re: Rhodes family of Coffee County Elba area
Monday, 05-Feb-01 21:44:04


Daniel Powell Kelley Coffee County formerly Pike Co.
Wednesday, 10-Jan-01 18:35:35

    Message:
    38.28.76.121 writes:

    I am the granddaughter of Minnie and Daniel Powell Kelley who resided in the Bluff Springs Community of Coffee County. Both were previously from Pike County.

    I am interesting in hearing from any members of this very large family. I am especially interested in receiving any family history. I have scant information about Minnie. She said her maiden name was Faulk; however, I have learned that Faulk (possibly Paulk) was a foster familly name. Her birth name may have been Money. She was from Pike County but did not seem to be in contact with any family members.
    Any information will be appreciated.
    Faye Kelley Close
    "onviefaye@hotmail.com

    Faye Kelley Close



Daniel Powell Kelley of Coffee County formerly Pike Co.
Wednesday, 10-Jan-01 18:26:02

    Message:
    38.28.76.121 writes:



Hanks or Rhodes family - Coffee County
Tuesday, 09-Jan-01 09:59:55

    Message:
    139.76.64.4 writes:

    I'm looking for any info on my great-grandfather, Arthur W. Hanks, who came into Coffee County probably in the 1860's from Virginia along with a family of Rhodes. I'd be especially interested in knowing which cemetary he's buried in (somewhere in Enterprise). His wife was Harriet Cox. I'd also be interested in knowing why he left Virginia and the nature of his relationship with the Rhodes family. I know that at least one of his brothers (John Hanks) married an Ida Rhodes and that some of their relatives are likely still living in Enterprise.
    Thanks for any light you can shed!

    Kenny Hanks



SPIGENER-SPIGNER REUNION
Tuesday, 09-Jan-01 02:49:31

    Message:
    206.96.98.94 writes:



    SPIGENER-SPIGNER REUNION

    Posted by Beiman Otis Prince on Thu, 04
    Jan 2001

    Surname: SPIGENER-SPIGNER--JACKSON-COOPER-

    The descendants of JOHN GEORGE SPAIGNER are having a REUNION, July 4,
    2001 on the original Grant of
    400 Acres he received March 23, 1753, (247 YEARS AGO)) in Lexington
    County, South Carolina. THESE
    DESCENDANTS INCLUDE ALL THE SPIGENERS-SPIGNERS IN ALABAMA, LOUISIANA, S.
    C.
    MISSISSIPPI, TEXAS, ARKANSAS, OKLAHOMA CALIFORNIA, AND SEVERAL OTHER
    STATES.
    FOR THE GREATEST TIME YOU'VE EVERY HAD. COME MEET YOUR COUSINS. CONTACT
    me at
    Beiman1921@mindspring.com-- wesearch@mindspring.com and please spread
    the word.
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    331 Three Oaks Drive
    Lexington, SC. 29073
    Phone 803-808-7923
    Fax: 803-808-7924

    Beiman O. Prince



wilson
Monday, 08-Jan-01 09:28:44

    Message:
    205.188.192.44 writes:

    looking for josiah wilson -wife mary jane sales -children james a. ,mallissa,sara jane,samuel,josiah-they lived in coffee c. then moved to baldwen co.james a. married lucresia seay in coffee co.

    dsa990@aol.com



FLOYD-KAISER-RUSSELL-MCCALL
Friday, 05-Jan-01 13:47:06

    Message:
    204.200.66.5 writes:

    Am taking a genealogy course at Univ of Wa (the school who won the Rose Bowl!) Would love to have someone/ones who could help me with my husband's Alabama roots. I have projects to complete this winter quarter that pertain to these people. Thanks for your help.

    Judy Floyd



Hemphill, Parrish
Monday, 01-Jan-01 14:57:37

    Message:
    64.20.16.118 writes:

    Searching: Hemphill, Parrish

    Anyone have information on Francis Hemphill b.1842? d.1925? She is in the 1860 census living with mother Mary and siblings (no adult male listed). Married Ellis Parrish in mid 1860s. Thanks

    Barry Parrish


REPLY: Re: Hemphill, Parrish
Monday, 01-Jan-01 19:24:32



Egroups/Cousins of CC
Saturday, 30-Dec-00 21:23:39

    Message:
    205.188.197.174 writes:

    Does anyone know what happened to the Coffee Egroups board? I can't get to it, or Covington, Dale, or Conecuh either....and Cousin's of CC has been removed too. :( Don't anybody else go anywhere please!

    Becky
    (Tindell, Tindol, Simmons, Fort, Helms, Dubose, Weatherford, Martin, Bennett, Cole)

    Becky Martin


REPLY: Re: Egroups/Cousins of CC
Wednesday, 14-Feb-01 22:14:51



Harvey Graham Bell
Saturday, 30-Dec-00 20:29:33

    Message:
    209.214.159.65 writes:

    I am searching for the parents of my gggrandfather Harvey Graham Bell,1814 in Al. died in Jones Co. Ms. 1899. i was told they have a land book old sparta and elba land office records-p128, book 506, warrant #26174 p. 128, may tell me who his father was. can anyone help.

    Doris Dyer



EDDINS, HUSSEY, STANTON, WILKS, BLACK FAMILIES OF COFFEE CO. AL
Friday, 29-Dec-00 14:40:57

    Message:
    152.163.207.202 writes:

    I am searching for any information on these family names above all of COFFEE and PIKE counties of AL. Anyone wishing to exchange info on the above family lines please contact me at Gowinathome@aol.com.
    Blessings
    Taryn

    TARYN


REPLY:
Re: EDDINS, HUSSEY, STANTON, WILKS, BLACK FAMILIES OF COFFEE CO. AL
Tuesday, 06-Feb-01 19:27:48



WHO IS THE FATHER OF THESE CHILDREN???
Friday, 29-Dec-00 09:15:49

    Message:
    216.51.101.142 writes:

    Our Grandfather was GEORGE WASHINGTON PRESCOTT. He was born in Coffee County Al. on Oct. 14, 1855. His mother was Hannah. They were living in the House hold of Isaac and Hannah (Leggett) Prescott in the 1850 census.There were three children in the household at that time. Rebecca, John and Millie. The young Hannah and Isaac died soon after George was born. Hannah Leggett Prescott kept the three older children and raised them. She placed Gerge in the home of Leroy Taylor where he lived until about the age of 15. What has been a brick wall for the family since George and the other three were born is , WHO IS THE FATHER OF THESE CHILDREN???
    Thanks for any help. Ruby

    Ruby Prescott



Roseberry family
Thursday, 28-Dec-00 12:28:14

    Message:
    198.214.109.73 writes:

    I am conducting a search for Roseberrys from Coffee County, AL. I understand that there were two branches; I dont care which one you are from or have information about, I would like to find out more about them. I believe they were farmers, and go back before the Civil War.


REPLY:
Re: Roseberry family
Saturday, 30-Dec-00 10:09:49


Hughes
Tuesday, 26-Dec-00 11:35:41

    Message:
    216.79.172.146 writes:

    I am researching my family, Daniel Pinkson Hughes, born in Coffee Co., Al on July 11, 1846. He married Mattied Ann (Martha) Beck. She was born on October 13, 1851. If anyone has any information to share I would appreciate it very much.


REPLY:
Re: Hughes
Wednesday, 07-Feb-01 21:49:22


COBB
Thursday, 21-Dec-00 11:36:11

    Message:
    206.42.160.215 writes:

    Seeking information on Dawson S. Cobb, who is cited as appearing in the 1850 Coffee Co., AL Federal census, and the 1870 Pike Co., AL Federal census. He was previously in Houston Co., GA in 1830 and Stewart Co., GA in 1840. He patented land in Coffee Co. at the Sparta land office, Dec. 1, 1851. Was he the son of Dawson Cobb of Edgecombe Co., NC? The earlier Dawson Cobb was born 1780 Edgecombe Co, NC and died there about 1853. He had a wife Elizabeth, and known children Ervin, Micajah, Hines, Delphia, and Zella. Please e-mail any information to Joan Wallace, ees@net.bluemoon.net.

    Joan Wallace



Eva Mae Harrison/ Roscoe Lolley
Wednesday, 06-Dec-00 22:38:13

    Message:
    63.49.95.70 writes:

    Please help me!

    I am looking for information on my great-grandmother Eva Mae Harrison Lolley, she was born
    in 1905, married in 1922, and died Dec 22, 1923
    after giving birth to a daughter, Eva Juanita
    Harrison?) Lolley. Her parents were Walter Marion Harrison and Lou Anna Thames.
    I am looking for ANY old pictures of her, even if it is a old yearbook picture, I am desperate!
    i know she died in 1923 and is buried in Asbury.
    Could someone maybe scan an obituary, or any article on any of these people? PLEASE HELP ME,
    AS I SAID I AM DESPERATE!
    Thank you.
    sandy bales ( 850-983-9610) sandybales01@yahoo.com

    Sandy Bales


REPLY:
Re: Eva Mae Harrison/ Roscoe Lolley
Thursday, 07-Dec-00 22:36:07


William Enoch Jordan's mother
Wednesday, 06-Dec-00 12:44:12

    Message:
    32.101.108.249 writes:

    I am researching the ancestors of William Enoch Jordan. He migrated from NC to Heard County, GA and finally to Coffee County. He arrived in CC between 1843 and 1845. He appears on page 323, line 4 of the 1850 census for Coffee County. He is 47 yoa and his family is listed. In that census record, he also has an older Jordan woman living in the house. She is 70 yoa. Both she and William Enoch were born in NC. I believe the older woman is William Enoch's mother. I would like to be able to use her name as part of my research into possible Jordan ancestors in NC. My problem is that I cannot read the name of the Jordan woman on the scanned image I find in the S-K Publications web page referrenced from the CC web site. I have ordered a CD of the 1850 census, but I am not sure that it will help. If you know someone who could look at the original census record and try to decipher the name, I would love to hear from you.

    Larry Jordan
    ljordan316@aol.com

    Larry Jordan



Search for DAMON Families
Saturday, 02-Dec-00 00:53:07

    Message:
    24.4.252.246 writes:

    Searching for descendents of Stephen Lyman DAMON and Amanda M. BROWN. He died in 1887 and she lived until 1921. He was born Nov 16, 1816, probably at Hawley, Mass. He was listed on 1855 and 1860 COFFEE County census. Both are buried in the Newton Cemetery, Dale County, Alabama. Amanda was the youngest daughter of Aaron and Bashaba Brown.

    Children of Stephen Lyman DAMON and Elizabeth Winslow:
    Elenora Damon (b. Jan 12, 1852; d. Jan 16, 1863)
    Pocahontas Damon (b. May 14, 1854; d. Dec 28, 1863)
    Victoria Alice Damon (b. 25 Dec 1857, d. 10 Aug 1946) married Jorden Davis Brown
    Mary Ann (Molly) Damon (b. Feb 6, 1860; d. 1930's)
    Marion Francis Damon (b. July 6, 1865; d. 1953)
    Joseph Henry Damon (b. June 8, 1867 d. Mar 5, 1917)

    Children of Stephen Lyman DAMON and Amanda Brown:
    Walter L. Damon (b. Aug 28, 1871; d. Sept 2, 1871)
    William Henry Damon (b. May 6, 1876; d. ???)
    Nona P. Damon (b. Aug 29, 1878; d. Dec 1952)
    Alma L. Damon (b. Nov 21, 1880; d. Aug 1957)

    Jo Brown Nagel
    115 McEwen Drive, Niceville, FL 32578
    850-729-0468
    (OR Billie Brown Burnette/850-678-7367)
    burnette@gnt.net

    nageljnhs@yahoo.com



Liz Burdette Tue May 11 15:29:22 1999
Searching for information and other descendants of Charlie M BOSWELL and Lela M TIDWELL from Elba, Coffee CO.,AL. Have some information and glad to share with other decendants. Charlie had a brother, Johnny Boswell, also, from Coffee Co area we believe. Need any help we can get.   

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Beth Thu May 13 12:25:27 1999
I am looking for info on a Thomas H. DONALDSON born 1846 in Coffee Co. His father was Gosper DONALDSON. He married 6 times. To Sarah ?, Tempie WOOTEN, Frances FLOYD, Annie RICHBURG and two others I can't think of right now. Beth   

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Mackie Carpentier Fri May 14 16:05:27 1999
Looking for information on Mackey (or Mackie) CARPENTIER (sometimes misspelled as CARPENTER). He was born in 1907, had a brother two years older named Alton, and lived with his maternal grandparents (Samuel and Susan HOWE) in Victoria precinct during the 1910 census. Dicey and Mary Ann HOWE (14 and 18, respectively) also lived in the same home.   

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SALES Sat May 15 18:35:11 1999
James A. Sales Jame H .Sales Lucricia Sales Lucricia Seay   

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Carolyn Lamb steele Sun May 16 08:07:08 1999
Looking for any information about my great grandfather Thomas Bass SMITH b: 1849/50 d: 1921.I have heard stories that he was the first postmaster in Wicksburg,not able to confirm anything.I know that he got married in Coffee County to a Annie Liza KILLINGSWORTH. Looking for parents,sibs any help is greatly appreciated.Thanks Carolyn Lamb Steele   

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Scott Taylor Flowers Thu May 20 10:36:53 1999
Looking for info on the Flowers family have some info on my family of the Ignatious k FLOWERS branch but when i get to Daniel F FLOWERS 1882 and Allie Ida JOHNSON 1886 I hit a dead end. Family lore has it that Daniel was killed by Allie Ida in the early 1920'leaving my grandfather, Horace Flowers with no father. Daniel was a sheriff of Coffee County and she killed him for cheating. Any info would help   

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Norida Meredith Thu May 20 14:20:46 1999
I am searching for info about these people Andrew LAIRD living in Coffee County 1861 also M. Mc NAIR & amp; Z.J. DANIELS.   

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Pamela Hall Sat May 22 15:50:34 1999
I am looking for information on John Alexander HALL and Annie BROXSON (BROXTON) Hall. Married Dec. 1880? One known child to me. Alfred HALL, named after Alfred BROXSON.   

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Jack Phelps Wed May 26 09:51:23 1999
John Mason KIMMEY   

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Dorothy S. Crook Thu May 27 14:53:02 1999
JONES, William J. Searching for parents of William J. JONES b. 16 Sept. 1790 GA died 20 Feb, 1888 buried in Shiloh Cemetery, Elba, Alabama He married Mahala (maybe Whatley) and she died ca 1851. Would appreciate any help. Dorothy S. Crook dotsc@zebra.net   

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Kerry Raadt Thu May 27 19:27:42 1999
BATCHELOR, Archibald Vinan, b. 21 Jan 1870, d. 9 Jan 1949, father Andrew Batchelor, mother Francis ??, m. Mattie (Mary Martha ?) BAKER 19 Dec 1897. Appreciate any other information.   

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Kerry Raadt Thu May 27 19:33:16 1999
WARREN, William Paul, b. 8 Oct 1899, d. 21 Dec 1977, father Jesse Jerome, mother Arawilly DUNAWAY, m. Odie BATCHELOR 23 Dec 1920. Appreciate any further information.   

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ALETHEIA JOHNSON Thu May 27 19:54:20 1999
ONYX LECOMPTE LOMAX WALTERS   

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Patty O'Neil Tue Jun 1 10:45:01 1999
I am trying to find the family of DANIEL RUTH McGILVARY. My Grand mother ALICE MAE McGILLVERY was born to DANIEL McGILLVERY and IDA MARSH MCGULLVERY on June 12,1894 in Enterprise.Her sisters were MATTIE McGILLVERY and BELL McGILLVERY.Her brother was IVAN McGILLVERY.I am not sure where DANIEL was born but his date of birth was 2/7/1863 and his date of death was 12/18/1913.I am assuming that he died in Coffee County or Covington county .My Grandmother Alice was married 4/3/1914 to GEORGE W ALLMAN. So that is why I am assuming that Daniel died in one of those places.IDA MARSH McGILLVERY was born 6/30/1873 and died 9/22/1904.That is all of the information that I have.Any help would be greatly appreciated. Best Regards, Patty    membersaol.com

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Marion Nichols Thu Jun 3 06:58:42 1999
I'm looking for any info. on Michael Artemas POWELL b. 30 Jun 1824 GA. He was living in Coffee County, AL in 1850. He mrd. Mahala ? there. His mother, Rebecca, was living with him in Coffee County. He had the following children: Seaborn Watson b. 1851 Coffee Co. James Jacob b. ? Michael Simeon b. 1857 Coffee Co. Elizabeth Miranda b. 1858 Coffee Co. Caroline b. 1860 Coffee Co. Desoto Daniel Cater b. 1864 Coffee Co. I especially need name of his father, any info welcome. Marion   

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William J. Cope Thu Jun 3 18:03:56 1999
I am looking for any imfo. concerning my grandfather. He was born in Coffee County! His name is Robert E. COPE!   

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Joe Garrett Fri Jun 4 13:27:04 1999
Looking for information or would like to exchange information on any GARRETTs living in Coffee County.   

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John Mallory Land Sat Jun 5 22:04:32 1999
Seeking information regarding the family of Burrell H. & Gerina (SIZEMORE MOORE) ROBINSON. They appear with children on the 1860 census of Coffee Co., AL, and apparently resided in the portion that became part of Crenshaw Co. in 1866, as they appear in this county on the 1870 census. Burrell (1822-1904) m1. 1844 in Talbot Co, GA to Ferlinia SIZEMORE (b. 1828). Known children: John G. ROBINSON, b. ca. 1846; Thomas Richard ROBINSON, b. 1848; and Mary Ann ROBINSON (b. 1849?). Ferlinia's sister Gerina (sometimes Jurina) SIZEMORE (b. 1823) m. 1844 in Talbot Co, GA to Asa C. "Acee" MOORE (b. ca. 1817). Known children: William M. MOORE, b. 1845; Rhoda Emily MOORE, b. ca. 1847, m. Noah McHENRY; James R. MOORE, b. ca. 1849; and Caroline G. MOORE, b. 1852. Ferlinia d. 1850-52, and Acee d. 1852. Burrell m. 1852 in Talbot Co. to his former sister-in-law Gerina. Acee MOORE's siblings went to court to gain control of his estate so that Acee's money would not go to support Burrell ROBINSON's children by his first wife or from his "intermarriage" with Gerina, so Burrell and Gerina moved before 1860 to AL. That year, Gerina's father, George Washington SIZEMORE, appeared in their household. Children of Burrell and Gerina: Clarah A. ROBINSON, b. ca. 1854; and Burrell S. ROBINSON, b. ca. 1857. Interested in any information regarding this family. Will be glad to furnnish background (SIZEMORE), as well as descendants of both Thomas R. and Mary Ann ROBINSON to those interested. John Mallory Land, Dallas, TX(retrofit@flash.net).   

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Denise Sun Jun 6 08:53:01 1999
Seeking to make connection to my greatgrandfather,Tommie(y) J JOHNSON who married Cor (?) WILLIAMS . He was born about 1896 as was she . They had four children , Billy b. about 1919 Gladys ( my grandmother ) b. 1921 , James b. abt. 1923 and Jeannie b. abt. 1926 . They lived in the Elba area . I have tracked them to Orlando , Fl. where Tommie died in the 1970's . Need info on either one . any help appreciated ! Happy hunting to all .   

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Carolyn Blair Dooley Sun Jun 6 16:57:31 1999
BLAIR, James (Jim) and Martha Ann HARPER were married in Coffee County, Ala. 1871. My ggrandfather was Luther Johnson Blair of Opp, Ala.; he was married to Minnie Lee PARRISH and they had five children; Maude Lee their only daughter, Hubert, Louie (my grandfather), Hubert. Minnie died as a result of a fire on what was called the Byrd place around Feb., 1916, her place of burial is unkown. Later, Luther married again to Black and they also had several more children; Walter, Robert, Thelma and Elma, Myrtle, and Edward Charles. If anyone has any information on the Blair's, Parrish's, or Harper's of Coffee Co., Al.. Please email me at cbd954@aol.com. It would greatly be appreciated, as for I can find nothing else on my family.   

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Debra Johnson Mon Jun 7 08:23:54 1999
I am looking for information on Randolph HOLT 1790-1840. He migrated to Florida in the 1830's.   



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