Does anyone know ANYTHING about the J. Monroe Hill
listed as deceased 1935?
My gggrandfather was Andrew Monroe Hill who married 1856 at Aberdeen, MS
left his wife and young son Cason Monroe Hill at Smithville, MS, before 1860
census and was last seen "riding toward AL" as the family story went and was
never heard from again.
Monroe is a middle name passed down in each generation of this family and
this caught my attention.
I believe Andrew's grandfather to be Hardy Chamness/Chambless of Marion Co.
who married a younger 2nd wife, Anne Williams, from the Aberdeen, MS, area.
I know David Williams m. Melinda ORear --dau. of Jessie ORear--in Aberdeen,
MS and they moved to Walker Co., AL, where she had grown up.
Could there have been a connection here that Andrew Monroe Hill came a
couple of counties over and started a new life?
His oldest grandson by Cason was named James Monroe Hill. Maybe means
nothing, but I'm interested in any clues as to the below Hill deaths that
include J. Monroe Hill.
I'm looking for any information (for Walker Co.) on the family of
Francis Marion England and Delia Fox (Jones) England, married 18 October
1866 in Jasper, AL. Delia and her son John F. died of measles in 1887 and
are buried together in a wooded cemetery ("Old Pocohontas") in Eldridge, AL.
Delia was born 1845, by her tombstone dates. I found their gravesite last
Francis Marion England was born February, 1847, died in 1933 in Cullman Co.
He was a Union veteran of the 1st Alabama Cavalry. His parents were John
England and Katherine "Katie" (Blevins) England of Cedar Plains, Morgan
Francis Marion and Delia had the following children in the Census of 1880:
Elizabeth England born 1867
Richard Elonzo England born 14 Oct. 1871, died 9 Nov. 1946, Cullman Co.
Emma England born 1872
Floyd England born 1875
Callie England born 1878, died of TB, Cullman Co.
William Monte "Willie" England born 1 August 1880, died 14 October 1959,
Fred England born 1885
John F. England born 1875/6, died of measles, 1887, Eldridge, AL.
Francis Marion England married for the second time to Ella McElroy (we
think) in Arley, AL in 1895 in a service conducted by Rev. Crumpton. Ella
died in 1907 and is supposed to be buried in Cordova, AL, but that needs to
be confirmed and the exact cemetery identified. No children resulted from
this union, hence no one living in our family is related to Ella, but is
know helps fill out what is known about Francis Marion England. He married
for the 3rd and final time to Carrie Bradford (1880 - 1963) in Cullman
Thank you for any help you can pass along on these folks.
Stephen Caudle [mailto:email@example.com]
Seeking information on the family of
ROBERT LEE MUSGROVE and wife, ANNIE PEARL PITTS.
He was born 24 Sep 1877, Blount Co., AL, and
died 26 Sep 1955, Walker Co., AL, a son of WILLIAM HENRY MUSGROVE and
RHODA W. CHAMBLEE, a grandson of the Rev. PHILLIP McCARTY MUSGROVE and
ULSEY M. WHITE; of Blount and Cullman Co., AL, and a great grandson of
JOHN TATE MUSGROVE and PENELOPE McCARTY; and, a great great grandson of
the WILLIAM T. MUSGROVE who was on the 1830 US Census in Walker Co., AL.
R.L. MUSGROVE and wife were buried in the
Oak Hill Cemetery in Jasper, Walker Co., AL.
He was a second cousin, once removed, to
LYCURGAS BRECKINRIDGE MUSGROVE, Walker Co., AL's wealthiest and most
famous citizen. L. B. or BRECK MUSGROVE's great grandfather was the
great great grandfather of ROBERT LEE MUSGROVE. Die ROBERT LEE MUSGROVE
and wife, ANNIE PEARL PITTS have children? Who were her parents?
Looking for information on the family of
PEACH BUD STRICKLAND, born 2 Apr 1852, Cherokee Co., AL; died 7 Aug
1920, Carbon Hill, Walker Co., AL; married 10 Dec 1874, Calhoun Co., AL,
to Mary Elizabeth Carroll. She was born May 1858, SC; died 31 Dec
He was the son of SIMON STRICKLAND and
CAROLINE (maiden name unknown), who were on the 1850 US Census in
Cherokee Co., AL. It is uncertain whether his father died or deserted
his family. Simon was born 1825, Johnston Co., NC. In 1850, they were
living next door to his parents, JAMES STRICKLAND (born 29 Dec 1795
either in Nash or Johnston Co., NC - or born on the ship to America as
his youngest son would later write. James married CELAH HORN on 31 Jul
1815, Johnston Co., NC. She was ten years older, born 1785, NC,
probably a daughter of JOEL HORN, SR.
By the 1860 US Census in Walker Co., AL,
CAROLINE had remarried to JESSE W. DOBBINS, born abt 1832, St. Clair or
Cherokee Co., AL. Her Strickland children were erroneously identified
as Dobbins. Jesse was a son of JAMES B(ARTLY) DOBBINS and ELIZABETH
HUGHES. He was also the brother to LYDIA MYRA ELIZABETH DOBBINS, who
had married BARDEN STRICKLAND, a brother to SIMON STRICKLAND and a
brother to JAMES HUGHES DOBBINS, both families moving earlier to Fayette
and Walker Cos., AL, after the Civil War. Jesse W. Dobbins survived
the Civil War, and the family moved to Calhoun Co., AL. However, by the
1870 census, he was no longer with the family. It is believed the
couple had separated, and he might have remarried. Caroline was on
the 1870 US Census as head of household. Again, her Strickland children
were erroneously listed as Dobbins.
By the 1880 U.S. Census, Caroline
Dobbins had moved to St. Clair Co., AL with some of the children by both
marriages. Her oldest son, James Strickland, was married and living
Children by Simon Strickland:
1. Celia Strickland, "Sealy", born abt.
1848, GA or in Cherokee Co., AL. Last shown on the 1860 census in
Cherokee Co., AL, age 12. No further information.
2. James Strickland, born 1850, Cherokee
Co., AL. He married 21 Dec 1879, St. Clair Co., AL, to Elizabeth
Turner. They were living next to his mother in 1880; but were not
on the 1900 US Census in Alabama.
3. Peach Bud Strickland
4. Mary E. Strickland, born abt. 1854,
Cherokee Co., AL. She was last shown on the 1880 US Census with her
mother in St. Clair Co., AL. No marriage record or further information.
Children by Jesse W. Dobbins
5. Martha Melinda Dobbins, botn 1858,
Cherokee Co., AL. Last shown with her mother on 1880 census in St.
Clair Co., AL. No marriage record or further information.
6. Joannah Dobbins, born 30 Sep 1860,
Cherokee Co., AL; died 01 Jul 1939. She married 9 May 1880, St. Clair
Co., AL, to JAMES A. SMITH in St. Clair Co., AL. They were buried in
the Seddon Cemetery, Pell City, St. Clair Co., AL. Her death
certificate indicated the principal cause of her death was Pellagra (a
condition related to too much corn in the diet). that led to chronic
Myaconditis and Bassillary dysentry.
7. Josephine E. Dobbins, born 30 Aug 1861;
d. She is believed to be the same as the wife of JEFF D. WEST buried
in the Seddon Cemetery. No date of for her death was shown. (I was
unable to obtain a death certificate to verify her maiden name.
8. William "Willie" Dobbins, b. 1864, last
shown with his mother on the 1880 Census. No further
9. Minnie Dobbins, b. 1868, Calhoun Co.,
AL. No further information.
This is the message I wrote to Dorothy.........is there
anyone out there that can help.......thanks.......pj
Jessie Franklin THORNTON married Francis WHITLEY 1888 in Fayette Co, Al
Hi, found your post on genforum about the Richard and Agnes THORNTON family
of Walker Co, Ala..........
I am most interested in this family since they have a son Franklin!!!!!!!
(not the one above)This one was born 1839
I am hoping that he is the father of Jessie Franklin Thornton b 1868 and
Martha Thornton born 1866 .........to a woman named Mary ?could it be
KILGORE?.........I found them in the 1870 census of Walker Co, Al....Mary
and her 2 children were living in the HH of Joel BAKER and his mother Mabel
BAKER.......I can not find any relation to these two.............no daddy
found and have not found them at all on 1880. There were suppose to be from
the Carbon Hill Area.........
I think I might have found Martha today married to a CLEMENTS........there
was a Martha Jane THORNTON who married Manuel Lafayette CLEMENTS in Walker
Co, Al 1890..........is this the correct Martha?
I have Jessie Franklin THORNTON b 1868 later in life........he moved to
Oklahoma.........I can give you info there.........I do hope we can
Maybe these 2 children belonged to another brother ..........thanks I look
so forward to hearing from you........pj
Does anyone have a marriage date for Franklin THORNTON and
........or for Franklin THORNTON and whoever??????
Should be about 1861 to 1866 .......Walker Co, Alabama.........thanks pj
Also how about this.......does anyone know about these
1870...Walker County, Alabama Census District 14 June 2, 1870 Family 26/25
Baker, Joel 35 M W Farmer 300
Mabel 77 F W HK
Thornton, Mary 25 F W HK
Martha 4 F W
Jessie 2 M W
There should be a marriage in Walker Co or surrounding for this Mary to a
THORNTON........1860 to 1866,,,,,,,, I sure need to find this........
Also why was she living in the Baker household? Did she later marry Joel
What happened to Mary?
Did Martha marry Manuel L. CLEMENTS?
A widow Martha CLEMENTS had a boarding house in Jasper in 1930? Was this
I have Jessie from 1900 on........he lived till 1960.......I don't have him
in 1880 but sure would like to.........
I also want to know his daddy's name!!!!
Thank you for your help.........pj
Hello it's me again!
Now I am looking for information of how to obtain Death Certificates from
Walker Co, Al..........
Need one for Martha Jane Thornton CLEMENTS .......died March 16, 1929
I also need a cemetery lookup for her and her husband........suppose to be
buried in a little cemetery on Carbon Hill......
Manuel L. Clements and Martha Jane Clements..........thanks pj
Is there a mortality schedule for Walker Co, Al for 1870?
If so where could I find it online or is there someone that would do a
lookup? Thanks pj
PJ Thompson [firstname.lastname@example.org]
I'm trying to find information on ancestors who
went to Walker County Training School in 1940. I would appreciate any
assistance. Sincerely, Jeff Snow (4- 2005) [email@example.com]
Lucinda RUSSEL wed "Dock"
Merrit King Moses WELCH in 1878, son of Earley
WELCH. They had at least one child, Dolly, born 1879. They moved in late
1889 from Walker Co, Alabama to Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory. Their
daughter Dolly WELCH first wed James William LEONARD and had a son "Bill"
William Ivan LEONARD who was raised as Bill KIMBLER after Dolly wed the
half-brother of James W. Leonard, Albert L. KIMBLER.
Seeking information on siblings of Lucinda Russel and "Dock" Welch.
Seeking to find information on additional children born to Dock and
-- early Walker Co, Alabama birth records available circa 1879 - 1890?
Leila Menzies (4-2005)
I am looking for a family with surname Minton who
lived in Cordova, Al. I do not know the name of the head of household
but possibly the wife's name was Bessie Mae with two children, Harvey and
Salley. I am led to believe they lived in Cordova or Benoit Camp 1920-1940s.
Joseph H. SHAW married Nancy M.
DAVISON, on 25 Jul 1848, Coosa Co., AL, and lived at Rockford.
Before 1870, they moved to Eldridge, Walker Co., AL. Issue: 1) William
M. SHAW, b. 1849 - need information; 2) Millie Ann SHAW, b. November
1852 - married Thomas Jackson HENDON, youngest son of William HENDON and
Sarah A. DICKSON; 3) D. E. SHAW, female, b. 1853 - need information; 4)
Lucy A. E. SHAW, b. 22 Jan 1854, married 3 Aug 1879, to the much older
widower, David STUDDARD (s/o of Samuel STUDDARD and Malta Martha GORDON;
5) John W. SHAW, b. 1858, married 11 Sep 1878, to Elizabeth A. STUDDARD, daughter
of James STUDDARD (also son of Samuel) and Elizabeth HENDON (sister to
Thomas Jackson HENDON); 6) Joseph H. SHAW, Jr., b. 1860, - need
information); 7) Margaret Melinda SHAW, b. 1862, married about 1879 to
James ROBERTS- need parents; 8) Mary A. R. SHAW, b. 1864; married 10 Jan
1882, to J. H. OTMON in Walker Co., AL - need full name and parents.
Mary Ann Strickland Grainger, "Ann", 3301
O'hara Road, Huntsville, AL 35801
"When was Mt Zion church founded?
Are you talking about Old Zion Church near Saragossa? Its off
Hway 5 north near the bp station. Alot of people from out of state and
area have referred to it as Mt Zion so I was just wondering if indeed it
is Old Zion that you are referring to.
The current Methodist Church across the street from the cemetery isn't
the original church. The original church actually sat in the edge of the
graveyard under the big oak trees pretty close to where the flag pole
and the plaque are now. It was Old Zion Primitive Baptist Church. In the
early 1980's it was finally disassembled by a cousin of mine and moved
to his backyard and used as storage. If my memory serves me right it was
built circa 1920. The church before that was a log structure that my grt
grandfather William Floyd Dunkin/Duncan told me had burned when he was a
small child and he said it was very old but no one I know remembers the
build year. So if going by the oldest graves in the cemetery I would
assume sometime around the period of 1845-1860. It was also a Primitive
Baptist and that seems logical considering the next church to replace it
and even in the exact location was indeed a Primitive Baptist. The only
church there now is Old Zion Methodist and a much newer!
Church of God across the street that actually used the old Primitive
Baptist Church building my cousin had before they built there new one.
I have many many family members buried at Old Zion. My grtgrandfather
some years ago donated a acre or so to the existing graveyard and then
they built the small road around it as you see now.
I hope this helps some I wish that I could be more specific. I grew up
about 100 yards from the cemetery/church
Help me find the following family of
Lee Tucker b.1878 d.1952 and wife Texanna Harper Tucker b.1892
d.1978 buried Hopewell near Glen Allen AL.They had the following
children:Beatrice Tucker b. about 1919, John (Johnnie) D. born about
1922, Laverne b. abt. 1924, and Martha or Margene????b. abt 1926 or
later. The census is hard to read on Martha or???.
They are possibly living in the Walker
County AL area or Jefferson County. Some of their families were coal
louise hanson [firstname.lastname@example.org]
(Note from CFK: The following are also
two of the exceptional examples of queries; informative, concise, including
dates, locations, circumstances, and all appropriate info to return a
reply....many thanks, Ann!)
Looking for information on B. P. "SLIM"
YOUNG, age unknown. He sold my father, CARTER BARTLY STRICKLAND
a Bugle said to have been used during the Civil War, for a nominal
free. My father had admired the horn for numerous years when SLIM used
it when they went fox hunting in Walker Co., AL. All I know is that he
was older that my father, who died age 90 in 2002. I am trying to find
out where SLIM acquired the bugle. SLIM had married a widow, who had
one daughter and SLIM adopted the daughter's child. Otherwise, he had
no other children as far as I know.
Where was SLIM buried? Who was his
parents, siblings, etc.
Mary Ann Strickland Grainger, "Ann"(2-2005)
3301 O'hara Road, Huntsville, AL 35801
Does anyone know any history on Coke
Oven Hill, between West Jasper and the Parrish Highway Alabama?
There were several large brick ovens built there. The ovens must have
been active at the time the railroad was built there as the railroad
makes a diverted loop to the ovens before straightening out again.
- When was the railroad built?
- Was the coke produced during
the Civil War?
- Where can I find information on
The ovens appear to be on land that was
first acquired on land that William Henry Musgrove purchase land
in Walker Co., AL in 1822 (who married Sarah Fowler in Blount Co., AL;
but never lived on the land in Walker County, remaining in Blount Co.,
William Henry Musgrove was the son of
William T. Musgrove and Nancy Tate, who apparently moved on his
son's land along with several of his children. Elizabeth S. Musgrove
(who married John Norris); Dr. Edward Gordon Musgrove (who was already
married to Rachael Hickland); Phillip Trapnell Musgrove (who married
Rosannah J. Patton and moved first to Mississippi, then to Arkansas);
and Margaret Musgrove (who married Lewis Watson Bradley).
Two other of William T. and Nancy Tate's
children also remained in Blount Co., AL, were: oldest son, John
Tate Musgove (who was married to Penelope McCarty); and Mary Musgrove
(who married in Blount Co., AL, to James McAnally)
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Mary Ann Strickland Grainger
3301 O'hara Road SW
Huntsville, AL 35801
I'm searching for the graves of my great grand dad & mom. His name was
Rufus J Cornelius, died abt 1915. Lived in Bartonville, Al. near Jasper.
Melcenia died 1948., in the Peoples hospital in Jasper. Help would be
Gene Johnson [email@example.com]
Reference Alabama Deaths 1908-1959 Melcinia Cornelius
You can get a $2.00 death certificate (copy) from the following which will
generally tell where one is buried. More than likely, Rufus will be buried
firstname.lastname@example.org She is located in Branchville,
AL. A wonderful service! Her website is:
This is an excellent source for references of who parents
were, where buried, died of???
Mary Hanson, Mississippi
Note from...Dennis Gurley
You can write this lady for any
assistance that may be available. The below is an explanation as to the
reason some death certificates are not available. Susette's e-mail address
In 1912 Alabama just was not very good at keeping death
records. The state did not become 98% compliant until the 1920s. It is
possible that there is one for him but I just don't see him listed. You
could try looking for a grave stone. If he owned property there may be a
will or probate records.
145 Sycamore Lane
My father (deceased 1984) lost his arm in January 1942 in
a grist mill accident in Carbon Hill. He was hospitalized and treated at the
hospital located in downtown Jasper. I don't know the name, but his brother
tells me that the hospital building is still there. Does anyone know
where old hospital records may have been taken when the hospitals closed?
Walker Baptist states that there records only go back to 1950s.
I would believe that it was indeed Community Hospital and not
Peoples considering the time frame but I could be wrong. What makes me
believe it was Community Hospital is because that building is still standing
whereas Peoples was demolished and a community center placed in its stead.
The old Community Hospital is located next to the Adam Bishop Center and if
I am not mistaken is a part of the Mental Health Center now. Call the Adam
Bishop Center maybe they can help you. To get to the old Community Hospital
building Turn at the traffic light at Captain Dees towards downtown Jasper.
Go through two four way stops and when you reach the curve after the second
take the right in the curve it should be about a block or so on your right.
The November 6, 1850 census report for District 12, Walker County, AL
shows the following family that I am researching. Would appreciate sharing
more data with members of this family line.
Robert Benson age 55 shoemaker born TN
Elizabeth, wife age 45 born TN
William, son age 19 born TN
Comfort, dau age 15 born AL
Robert A., son age 10 born AL
Sarah F., dau age 08 born AL
Elizabeth M. dau age 04 born AL **
In the 1860 census report for this family, Elizabeth M. is listed as
Malinda. By the July 14, 1860 census report, this family continues with
Robert, age 67, shoemaker; Elizabeth, wife, age 57; Robert A., age 19; Sarah
F., age 17; and Malinda R., age 13 (presumably her name must have been
Elizabeth Malinda Ruena Benson).
The son, William Benson, age 29 was living in the Eastern Division,
Arkadelphia P.O. with his wife, Hester A., age 23, Elizabeth, a daughter
aged 3, and William B., a son age 10 months.
I could not find Robert A. Benson (age 19 in 1860) or the daughters Comfort
and Sarah F. on any 1870 census report.. Where did they go? Did Robert A.
die during the Civil War??
Would like to share any information on this family line with others also
researching this same family. I have a son, William H. Benson's Homestead
Land Entry, as well as William H.'s son, Robert Franklin "Frank" Benson's
Homestead Land Entry as well as quite a bit more family data that I am
willing to share.
Jane Benson [email@example.com]
Jane, I am a descendant of Lue H Benson, a daughter of William H
Benson. I have placed queries on the many web sites and in the Eagle,
Jasper's newspaper. I have lots of information on Robert Benson's family and
especially my lineage of the Benson family. I am working on Robert "Bob"
Benson's parents. Do you know who they are?
I am happy to share what I have on my family tree maker software.
Ruby Nell Nicholson [firstname.lastname@example.org]
My great, great grandfather,
Oscar Cain, was born in Georgia in 1796 and died in Walker County in
1883. He served some time in the Alabama State Legislature. I have a
faxed picture of his grave site in Liberty Hill Cemetery, which I think
is a few miles south of Oakman. If you have information as to the exact
location of this cemetery, I would be most appreciative.
I also seek information about
Coal and Iron Company. My grandfather was employed there. The web
address I am including brings up a picture of employees of that company.
The J A Cain shown is my grandfather James Alexander Cain, grandson
of James Oscar. The R A Cain at the lower right is his first cousin. L B
Musgrove (Lycurgus Breckenridge) is also his first cousin. My uncle was
born in Corona in 1910. Sometime after that the family moved to
Blossburg, and J A's three children who survived to adulthood were born
Thanks for your help.
Steve Richie [email@example.com]
This is just a note to let you know that the 1860 Winston County census
has been transcribed in its entirety. Go to ...
and click on the "Census Records & Data" link, and then click on "1860
Winston County Complete Census."
Cullman County People: Don't forget that the west part of Cullman was part of
Winston until 1877. The majority of those living in this section would be on the
second division of the census.
Peter J. Gossett (2-2005)
Peter J. Gossett [firstname.lastname@example.org]
I am looking for any information or family of Samuel Miller Perry - He was
a doctor in Carbon Hill in the 1910 Census, He resided on Fifth Street. His
wife's first name was Addie last name unknown and she was teacher.
Thomas J. Perry was a salesman at a Drug Store.
Samuel had two children, Mary b. about 1902 and Thomas b about 1904
Thanks for any help at all
Irma Sohnchen (2-2005)
I have a very old picture of a group of people (students) in front of the
Empire School, Empire, AL. I found this picture in my mother-in-law's pictures.
I have no information about anyone in the picture. My mother'in'law's maiden
name was Reeves and I know she had some distant relatives that went to AL. In
particular Butler and Lowndes Co., AL and there was a Jane Reeves who married
Edward Harris that went to AL but I do not know the county. I found that Empire
is in Walker Co., AL and then found your name as a Researcher for the Harris
family in Walker Co., AL so I decided to contact you. Jane Reeves Harris was
born ca 1779 in Bladen Co., NC d/o Edward Reeves & Jane Melvin. I am trying to
find out which of Edward Reeves family would have had children that attended the
Empire School and then maybe I can find out more about this family.
Patricia M. Brashear
The Northeast Alabama Genealogical will be having their annual Ancestry
Swap Meet this year April 23, 2005. It will be in Gadsden, Etowah County,
If you would like to receive an application for it with all the details please
send me your name and address. We will be doing our mail-outs this week so I
need your name and address quickly.
Just email it to me.
President Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society
I'm trying to find information on ancestors who went to
Training School in 1940
. I would appreciate any assistance.
Sincerely, Jeff Snow (2-2005)
Jeffrey Snow [email@example.com]
Have your ancestors migrated through or settled in the Walker
County, Alabama area? Would you like to place queries in the local newspaper
query column "The Family Tree" published in each Friday's edition on the
Lifestyles page? This column can be viewed each Friday at...
placed on a first come basis according to the date and time of day sent.
Thanks to all of you fellow researchers who have sent queries in the past for
this column. With your name, e-mail and mailing address included, anyone reading
the queries can contact you with information they may have for you. This
newspaper is mailed all over the United States so your query will get exposure
in a lot of places as well as here in Walker County.
Send your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Joan Lane (Feb-2005)
Walker County Genealogical Society, Inc.
I am researching the ancestors and descendants of Lewis
Willcutt(1794-1825), Rev.J J Watts 1822-1876)and Will Beck (1870-1924).
I would love to share information with anyone researching those same
Sheila May (Feb-2005) email@example.com
Looking for information on
(or Steven) Minor, believed to have migrated to Walker Co from
Georgia in the first part of the 1800's. Father of Joel Enoch
Also, info on James Lockhart,
believed to have been from Beaverton in Lamar County.
Bob Lockhart (Feb-2005)
Drucilla Busby b. Nov. 1886
If anyone is researching McClendons/McLendons
in Walker Co., AL, I need help on my Grandfather Benjamin J. Busby's
sister Drucilla Busby born Nov. 1886. Drucilla Busby married Sam
McLendon on July 21, 1901 in Walker Co., AL. I have searched the census
records and cannot find Drucilla McClendon or Sam McClendon. If anyone
researching the McClendon name can help me in any way, I would
appreciate it. You can email me at
Glenda Busby Mayo Jan-2005
I am looking for the parents of Jackson Murphy. He was born
around 1871 and
died around 1905. He was married to Letha Catherine Thomas. Jackson had
children, Glen (my great grandfather), Samuel, Robert (Bob), Bell, Eula,
He also had 2 brothers, Henry M and William and a sister Sallie Jane.
was married to Della Johnson and Sallie Jane married Riley Monroe
If you have any information it would be greatly appreciated.
Letha Clark Jan- 2005
146 Salt Lick Creek Rd.
Pleasant Shade, Tn 37145
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I am looking for my GGGrandparents William D. Parker and Minerva
Ann Parker(maiden name Crocker). I am not sure when they died or if
they are buried there.They might have died in Walker or Jefferson
County,Alabama.I do know that William and Minerva's granddaughter Alma
White(maiden name Parker) is buried in Shanghi Cemetery.
Michael A. Parker
Michael Parker [email@example.com]
I am trying to find out any information
about the Bessie Coal Mine Cemetery. I believe it is either in
Walker or Winston County. The cemetery was constructed for the 30 men
that lost their lives in the Bessie Coal Mine explosion in 1916.
My great grand father was one of the men killed.
I would greatly appreciate any assistance.
Jan-2005 Lee Rhodes [firstname.lastname@example.org]
I am trying to find my family from around Walker Co., AL.
know of a Crane Hill Cemetery in Mt. Hope? I was told by
relatives that is where my GGGF was buried.
Susan Besta Jan-2005
I'm searching for
the grave of Rufus
Cornelius. He died abt 1915. He lived near Jasper.
Thanks Gene Johnson
Jan - 2005
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I found this commencement
program (see here) for Walker
County High in my grandmothers scrapbook. It is post marked
1912 and Jasper High School is hand written on the outside
of the envelope. I have a post card much like the one you
have. It looks to be watercolored and has the inscription
"Public School Building, Jasper, Ala." and is post marked
1914. Also, here is a copy of a card that belonged to
my Grandmother's father. I can not find any information
about this hotel. I know that he died January of 1899 in
North Carolina. He moved there sometime after my
grandmother's birth in Birmingham in December of 1897.
Perhaps someone knows where information on this hotel might
be found. My Great-grandmother died in Walker County in
1923. Her death certificate has her address at time of
death as "Beat 31". A "Registration District No. 640031"
and a "Registered No. 73" is also on there. Where can I
find out where she died, using this information? Thanks and
I hope someone else will enjoy the commencement program,
I am looking for a Youngblood family that lived in Walker
county from around 1900 to 1930 . I found the father, Melvin Y. on
a census and it has his kids listed , I didn't know it was mine till
I happened to be given a picture of 4 children with one of
their names on the back . Lela which is Melvin's daughter and
then when I looked at the census the kids in the picture were
named and the ages seem to correct for the picture . I am hoping
to find a death for Melvin and possible a grave site . I am also
looking for one of his sons John Wesley Youngblood and a Jewel D.
Youngblood ... sister they are listed in the 1930 census with
their mother Alice Youngblood , hoping to find marriage info.
Please any help would be greatly appreciated
Kathy Youngblood Carter - Jan. 2005 LuckyCharm81166@aol.com
p.s. Melvin is my great-grandfathers Brother
I am looking for information on Rufus Marshall who died 25 October
1938 Carbon Hill, Walker Co., Alabama, his wife Sallie (Sarah)
Sartor Marshall who died 20 January 1953 and is buried at Pisba
Cemetery, Carbon Hill, Walker Co., Alabama, and Daisy Burgess, who was
the informant on Sallie's death certificate.
Valerie- Jan 2005
Valerie Lisk [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Could anyone help find the following
family who lived in Walker County?:
Thomas Wade Harper b.1864 d.1940
wife, Georgianne Tucker b.1865 d.
before 1940 date unknown
children: Augustaus "Gus" Harper b.1886
Texanna Harper b.1872 d. ?
married John Lee Tucker , daughter
Beatrice Tucker married a Glover, Johnny Tucker married a Wright,
III. Josiah "Joe" Harper b.1895
Rosa Elsie Harper b.1897 married a
Crocker in Walker Co.