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Jennie Rea Campbell married Robert Joseph Seiver in (we think) Noxubee Co. Jennie was born in 1867 in Hardin Co. TN. Robert Joseph was born in 1862 in Hardin Co. TN. They had 2 children born probably near Macon: Robert J. born abt 1896 and John Rea born about 1897. Jennie had a sister Knight(Kenghter) born about 1874 in Hardin Co. TN, she married a DILWORTH and had a dau. Jennie Rea Dilworth. This family was possibly living near Jennie and Robert. This is all I know of this family, and sure would like to find some descendants. Will share info. From: Pat Jones,16 Aug 1998

Seeking descendants of Robert Joseph and Jennie Rea CAMPBELL SEIVER. They were in Noxeebee Co near Macon around 1900. Robert Joseph was born in Hardin Co TN in 1862 and Jennie Rea (Rea was her mothers maiden name) was born in Hardin Co. TN in 1867. They had two children: Robert J. born in 1896 and John R. born in 1897. Both were born in MS. Jennie had a sister Knight born about 1874 in Hardin Co. TN., she married a DILWORTH and had a daughter Jennie Rea DILWORTH. They were possibly in this county. Any help will be appreciated and will exchange info. From: Pat Jones,16 Aug 1998

JOINER, Rev. William, b: April 3, 1759, d: June 17, 1840. Buried at Soule Methodist Church. Would like any information on Wm, esp: Parents, siblings and Wife's name. Thanks, From: Dwight Joiner, 14 Aug 1998

My g-grandfather was "Will"iam E Robinson. Will md. Martha Ann Fason Nov. 4th, 1890 in Webster Co. Mississippi. They had two sons, and a daughter, 1. "John" Benjamin My Grandfather, 2. G-Uncle "Dock" Vandon, and 3. G-Aunt Lou "Willie". In 1904, he left his family to find work, Supposedly joined the Merchant Marines. The family never heard from him again. Does your line have a W E Robinson in Mississippi during these times? Can you tell me who his Parents, and Siblings were, and where they came from, and where he went after service? Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thank You, From: Patsy R. Buckner, 185 Bob Jessup Rd., Mount Airy, NC 27030, 12 Aug 1998

I'm looking for family. Please reply. From: Jackson Paul Hamiter, 02 Aug 1998

ALEXANDER HANNAH came to Noxubee Co. in or around 1840 from Tenn. I think he and his family were there from 1840 to 1850. I think he was the father of my great-grandfather who was WILLIAM CULLEN HANNAH. From: Judy "Hannah" Glover, 01 Aug 1998

Elizabeth Jane Floyd Tubb, 1775-1851 Interested in any information on this person, this family. thanks, From: Anne Gray, 30 Jul 1998

HARVEY, Thomas C. m. to Ida TYNES. Noxubee Co. Ida TYNES HARVEY died in 1931. Would like to correspond with descendants of this marriage. Are any of the presently living persons with surname "HARVEY" in Macon descendants of this family. Genealogy and Family history interest. Check our homepage at Thanks From: Charles, 30 Jul 1998

Any reference to any Gorff in Noxubee County. Loking for family of Julius Gorff. He married Hortense Wedekind in Macon in 1874. Also looking for burials of GORFFs. Thanks, From: Pat McNamee, 02 Aug 1998

Seeking to correspond with any descendants of William M. NEVES who moved to Noxubee Co. from north Alabama between 1860 and 1870. He and many of his descendants are apparently buried in Deerbrook Cemetery. His wife was Elvira Elizabeth Cole. Among his children were: Mary A. Neves (Gavin), William M.(mar. Lula Swift), Martha, James, Fanny, Ida Neves (O'Byrne). He may have had a sister named Brancy living with him. Believe this William M. Neves to be my great-grandfather Milus Reese Neaves' brother. From: Teresa Neaves, 02 Aug 1998

Am looking for data on the Eckford Family in Noxubee and neighboring counties. From: Eckford DeKay, 1670 White Creek Lane, San Jose, CA 95125-4557, (408) 978-3470, 30 Jul 1998

I am looking for any information on James C. COOK or Nancy Ann ETHRIDGE, who were married in Noxubee County on 3 June 1838. James COOK was born in SC in 1817 and died in Autauga County, AL in 1903. From: Tom Richardson, 28 July 1998

Henkel, Jonathan. b.May 9, 1785. Henkel, Albert Gilmore b. Dec. 6, 1816 11th Miss. Inf. Regt, mustered in Apr. 27, 1861. Gilmore,Mary b. Oct. 15,1788 Hinkle, John Allison b Jul. 18, 1851 wife Letitia Ledbetter b. Apr. 20,1849 John was the son of Albert & Elizabeth (brooks) Miller. Albert was the son of Jonathan Henkel.Somewhere along the line the name spelling changed. I am looking for any and all information that should lead me to anymore current family history. From: Judy Hinkle, 27 Jul 1998

My father passed away in Los Angeles in 1986. He was born in Noxubee County in November of 1904. He was African-American. His name was Will. His dad's name was Nick Wier (or Weir). My dad took the name of the persons that actually reared him, Long. Nick's wife, my grand mother was named Carrie. Her maiden name was Bell. She allowed some of her relatives, the Longs, to raise my dad. It seemed that Nick was somewhat of a "bad actor" and the two of them did not get along very well. So, her uncles (I believe) Rob and Bob Long took my dad in. Hester Long (Rob's wife) was for all intents and purposes, my father's "mother." Could you assist me in getting some more information on my dad's family? At least perhaps directing me in my search for clues? Thanks, From: Michael S. Williams, 23 Jul 1998

ELI DETHROW/DOTHERO was born in 1828 and was raised around Brooksville MS by a DOCTOR. He appears in the 1850 N. Yalobusha CO MS census records. Does anyone know who his parents were or who the Doctor was that raised him? Any help would be appreciated. FROM: Mark Dethrow, 22 JULY, 1998

I am researching Robert and Elvira HOLMES of Noxubee County. Robert died before 1871. They had four children Louis or Lewis, William, Andrew, and a daughter I think whose name was Jane. This information was taken from the "Registers of Signatures of Depositors in Branches of the Freeman's Saving & Trust Company 1865-1874". According to the record Louis Holmes completed the form in Mobile, AL. It states that he was born in Noxubee County and and brought up in Eutaw, AL, Greene County. The death certificate for Louis' son Frank states that Louis Frances HOLMES was born in Shuqualak, MS. Any information on the family will greatly be appreciated. From: Paul D. Holmes, 20 Jul 1998

Richard M. Pearson and Elizabeth Trotman Pearson. The above is believed to have lived in Noxubee County from 1843-1850. He may have been a soldier. She was probably the daughter of Thomas and Artimissia Trotman who also lived in Noxubee County. They had 3 children born while living there: S. M. Pearson about 1843, Samuel James Pearson July 21, 1846 and Caroline H. Pearson in 1847. Does anyone have any information? From: Mary Wilburn, 17 July 1998

We are Looking for information on Ira Arnold Russell and John Oliver Russell who Served with the Noxubee Rifles company F 11th Mississippi Volunteer during the Civil War. John Oliver Russell was born in noxubee co. on 10 november 1841. His parents are Perry Grant Russell and Martha Taylor. He stay in Noxubee county until 1868-1869. Our family legend has it that there were 11 sons 10 of which were old enough to fight in the civil war. all ten went to war and all ten returned home. It is also believed we came from ireland. Any help would be appreciated. thank you From: Jerry and Fran Russell, 17 July 1998

I am looking for info on VAUGHN William b.abt 1800 lived in Noxubee Co. during the war and up until the family lost track in 1870...His father was Vaughn Jerome and he had a brother named James both boys was probably born in TN. Any info would be appreciated. From: Barbara Banks, July 17, 1998

Looking for information on Thomas Trotman family whose daughter Elizabeth was married to Richard Marion Pearson. They were in Noxubee County in about 1848 and may have remained there through the 1850s. William Trotman may have been a brother or other member of the family. Thomas Trotman's wife was Artimissa Barba. From: Myra Wilburn, 12 Jul 1998

William H. Lee was married and had 2 sons. Believe his wife died and he married Harrette Suttle 1842 in Noxubee County. They had 2 sons. I believe lst wife was a Suttle but can not prove it. Am looking for death record of lsst wife. Does anyone have any info on this life. From: Norma Lee Mayben, 12 Jul 1998

Hello, I just recently discovered my ties to Noxubee County. I believe this couple to be my great great uncle and aunt. I would appreciate any information that anyone on the list could give. James Madison (Jim) Sudbury and Elizabeth Ann (Lizzie) Shields Sudbury moved to Texas in 1884 from Noxubee County. Jim was born in Macon, MS, on November 10, 1838, and Lizzie was born in Shuqualak, MS, on July 30, 1850. They were married in 1866. Jim Sudbury had been married previously and had a daughter, Willie Anna. His wife had died during the Civil War. Willie Anna married and did not come to Texas with the rest of the family. Does anyone know of a Willie Anna Sudbury and who she might have married? I have no other information on her. Lizzie and Jim had one child, Martha O'Ella (Ola) Sudbury born March 7, 1869 in Hattiesburg, MS. I don't know the conditions of how they got from Noxubee to Hattiesburg (a distance of about 80 miles), only that she was born there. The family first settled near Hearne, Texas. Before 1888 Jim and Lizzie "adopted" three children from a lady who was dying. They were Nathan Erwin Pierce Sweatt, b. December 9, 1878; Millard Sweatt, born October 13, 1880; and Sarah Virgie Lou Sweatt, born October 5, 1882. In 1888, the family moved from Hearne to Mason County where Jim's brother, Columbus Woodson Sudbury, lived. (I believe this Columbus Woodson Sudbury to be my ggrandfather, although because of date inconsistencies, he could be my gggrandfather). Ola was a teacher, she replaced her aunt when her aunt died. Family history also tells that Jim Sudbury served in the Confederate army. I would appreciate any help that list members can give me, at the present moment, this is virtually all I know of the Sudburys, except that a Columbus Woodson (whom perhaps is either Jim's brother or perhaps his nephew), was my ggrandfather who fathered Vadis Velma, Tyrus, Lizzie (perhaps she was named after her aunt?), and was married to a Mary Wilkins(?), whom we believe was born in Texas. My grandmother, Vadis Velma, was born in August, 1898, in Texas. She married Robert Newton Sanders sometime before 1918. Excuse the length I am just so excited to finally find another piece of my genealogy. From: Laura Sanders, 08 Jul 1998

Inquiring about C.L. TRANUM & Susanah TRANUM from 1845 state census. From: Jeanne Tranum Tutor, 7 Jul 1998

I'm researching the family of SAMUEL F. LOGAN, who immigated to Gonzales County, Texas, circa 1850. His father's first name is unknown. His mother's maiden name is unknown. She later married CHARLES SQUIRES, and had several children by him. She returned to Noxubee County and died there in October, 1855. I'm interested in learning Samuel's parents' name and origins. Thanks for any help. From: Deborah Smith, 5 Jul 1998

I am looking for information on the family of James COCKRELL who died May 1961 in Macon, Nouxbee Co., MS. wife: Martha Hayes. Known children are: William Harrison, Annie, Mary, Rachel. James COCKRELL is the son of Nathaniel COCKRELL and Rebecca HARRISON COCKRELL. Siblings include: Moses COCKRELL b. Feb. 28, 1799 and his twin Burr COCKRELL. From: Rosemary Kimble, 3 Jul 1998

I would like to know how to get copies of old Noxubee wills or wills probated in Noxubee. Am ordering the Abstact of Wills book through your historical society, however, would like to get copies of the actual wills. Hopefully you can help. From: Lynda Ruth Yates Spann, 2 Jul 1998

Would appreciate any assistance in researching history of Shuqualak, and my family's presence there. My father, Wendell H. Perry, was born there in 1896. His father, Joseph Augustus Perry, was the town physician until his death in the early 1900's. His mother was Molly Rush Perry, allegedly a descendant of one of the signers of the Constitution---Benjamin Rush. Will be most grateful to anyone who can refer me to the appropriate resources for researching this information. Thanks, From: Wendell H. Perry, Jr., 28 Jun 1998

Minerva LYON 1812-ca1865, widow of Robert S. LYON of Oktibbeha Co. was in Noxubee Co. 1860 census. Children of LYON were James A. b. 1833; Sarah Frances 1834-aft.1880; William C. b. 1833-bef.1866; Mary C. 1838-1864; and Martha R. 1840-aft.1886. Also by Thomas MIZZLE, Minerva had Minerva Lou 1848-1937; Thomas 1851-; Eliza 1853-aft.1937. I have information on Mary C. (my line) who married William T. WIGGINS, Martha R. who married Richard S. LOCKE and Minerva Lou who married William T. EASTON. Need any additional information on James and Sarah Frances. I do know Sarah Frances married Alfred GAVIN in Noxubee Co. and found on census till 1880, but what happened to them and their descendants? Richard S. Locke served CSA in TN, William T. WIGGINS served from Noxubee. Did James and William Lyon serve CSA and did Alfred GAVIN? From: Rose Parks, Rt.1 Box 119-B, Avery, Texas 75554-9722, 27 Jun 1998

I would like to correspond with anyone who has any information on Alexander, John, or Lemarcus Deal (Deale) I need information on Lemarcus Deal's parents and/or siblings. They were in Noxubee County around 1832 /33 until around 1845/46 when they moved to Monticello, AR. From: Gail Howell, 24 Jun 1998

I am searching for my gggrandfather JOHN GANDY who lived in Noxubee Co in 1860. We think he had the following children: John Foster Gandy b.1842, Martha J. Gandy b.1847, Thomas B. b.1850, Laura b.1856, CHARLES SAXTON GANDY b.7Dec1858, Willie b.1860. We think John Gandy was born in SC around 1803. We know he died 1876 in Pickens Co., AL just over the state line from Noxubee. Anyone know him? From: Kathy Drake, 10299 Waterford Road, Collierville, TN 38017, 23 Jun 1998

Seeking information on James Earl RIDGWAY who married Sarah Ann Deale on 11-14-1837 in Noxubee County, Mississippi. Any information on either party would be greatly appreciated. From: Randy Ridgway, 22 Jun 1998

JULIUS GORFF married HORTENSE WEDEKIND 1874 IN Macon, MS. They had three children before leaving Noxubee County. Hortense was a daughter of Fredrick Wedekind and Sophie Dechamps Wedekind. Who were the parents and siblings of Julius?? (Julius was a photographer.) Did he have a shop in Macon? From: Pat McNamee, 22 Jun 1998

I am doing Moorehead history and their is a family disagreement over how it is spelled. We were told that Our line of Moorhead/Mooreheads came to Texas in the early 1800's from the Brooksville Mississippi area. I have no luck as of yet finding them anywhere but in Texas in Grapeland area close to Crockett. I am new to this and no little about doing these things, sort of learning as I go. Thanks From: Martha Moorehead, 21 Jun 1998

I am seeking info on the STALLINGS/HOPKINS AND MOORE families who may have lived in Noxubee Co at one time. My gggrandfather Nathaniel (Nathan) was sold to a MS slave owner. Nathaniel married Betty Moore and their children included my ggrandfather, Lacy. Lacy married Lucy Moore and their children included my grandfather, William who was born in Crawford April 10, l893 or l897. William married Johnnie Hopkins. Johnnie was born in Crawford on Oct. 3, l891 and her parents were John and Ella Hopkins. I'm interested in learning about Lacy, Nathaniel, Nathaniel's owner and birth and death dates. The l890 Noxubee County slave schedules lists D. W. Stallings as owning 9 slaves. He may be the one who purchased Nathaniel at the age of 13-15. Would also like any info on the Hopkins and Moore families, the Moore women were supposedly part Indian, what tribe, I don't know. Thanks for any help you can give. From: Shirley Stallings, 20 Jun 1998

I am researching Francis Marion Shields (1836- ) and Sharah Thomas Jernigan Shields (1836-1901). Their children were: Sarah Eugenia (1856-1881) Married F.C. Jerningan, T. Belle Shields (1857- ) Married J.T. Wilson, Francis Marion Jr. (1861- ), Caroline Juliette (1866- ), Edwin Pace (1871- ), I would like to share information with anyone researching this family. From: Joelyn James, 20 Jun 1998

I am researching the Thomas L. Jernigan (1796-1878) and Sarah Hardin Jernigan (1802-1867) family in Noxubee county. Their children were: Henry W. (1824- ), Francis C. (1825- ) Married M.E. Dooley, Elizabeth A. (1828- ), Cynthia C. (1830- ) Married Thomas C. Hinson, Mary P. (1832- ), James A. (1835- ), Sarah Thomas (1836-1855) Married Francis Marion Shields, Martha H. (1839- ), In the 1860 and 1870 census "Jernigan" was spelled " Jamagen" I would love to share information with other researchers of this family. From: Joelyn James, 20 Jun 1998

Looking for inf. on James Trosper listed on the 1900 Noxuba census, or any Trospers known to have lived in MS prior to 1900. Advise of costs or membership etc. From: Correll Trosper-Hartman, 19 Jun 1998

Seeking information on parents of John ADAMS, who married Pernetta ANDLETON in Noxubee Co 30 December 1846. It is believed Pernetta, daughter of Austin ANDLETON and Cynthia SPARKMAN, married Edgecombe Co., NC 12 Oct 1822. Cynthia was sister of Lewis SPARKMAN, Noxubee Co., MS in 1840 federal census and later. Gladly share information. Any and all information, leads and suggestions welcomed. From: Bill Adams, 2 September 1996

My great grandfather was John Howard Aikens, b. ca. 1850, and married Martha Chandler Haynes in Winston County in 1880 and farmed there. John Howard's father supposedly left to go to TX and left the family in MS. John and Martha had a large family (Henry Milton Aikens, Everette Aikens, John Floyd Aikens, George Plummer Aikens--MY GRANDFATHER--, James Isom Aikens, Jeff Day Aikens, his Twin Sister Effie, and others...any info? From: Gary Aikens, 05 May 1997

Looking for silas grandison alexander in 1835-1839. he was married there.also looking for other alexanders and for morgans and masons in that county and in desoto and lafayette co. miss. From: Gerald Morgan, 11 May 1997

Wishing to hear from anyone researching or related otherwise the following family: Rev Thomas Burt Altom, born 1798 in Lincoln Co,NC, died 1872 in Winston Co,MS. He lived in Greenville Co,SC from abt 1820 to 1834. He mar 1st: Eliz G Wood(1788-1842, and 2nd: Zela(or G.G.) Bradley in Shelby Co,TN 25May1843. Known children(1st wife) James, William, Frances, (2nd Wife) John B., Howell E., Eliz F., Hugh L., G.(G.G.?), L.A., O.B. Thomas Altom and family was enumerated in Yalobusha Co 1850 census, Noxubee Co 1860 and Winston Co 1870. He was a Baptist Minister and died in apparently Winston Co,MS 1872. Thomas Burt Altom and 1st wife Eliz were my 3rd great grandparents. Any information, regardless of how slight it may be, will be most highly appreciated. I will gladly share my Altom family lineage. Thank you. From: Robert Quinn, 19 December 1996

William Henry KING m. Henrietta Clearman in 1860-65. The 1850 Census lists him as living with Frances KING BALLARD. Information needed: Parents of William Henry KING; his relationship to Frances KING BALLARD. Any help will be GREATLY appreciated. From: Mary King Easterling, 22 December 1996

BELL, Tyrus: died in Noxubee Co., MS in the ca 1850; I am interested in contact with anyone researching this or other BELL families in the county; happy to trade data. From: Elaine Randall English, 1 September 1996

BINION, Job Hyram b. 1807, Columbia County, GA, d. before Sept. 1865. m. Tuscaloosa, AL 20 Jan, 1834 to Mary Ann HUDSON; b. 1816/7 in SC, d. May 1860 in Noxubee of an ulcerated womb. Job moved from GA to Tuscaloosa as young man. Job was elected Judge in Pickens Co., AL in 1831. Job BINION listed in oldest Noxubee Co. tax roll (1840) known today: He owned land in Twp 13N-R19 and T-14N-R19 near AL border. The nearest town was Cooksville(?). By 1860 he owned nearly 2 sections. Ltrs Adm filed 22 Sept. 1865 by sons John and H.J., who were aptd Admr's. Property sold at Commissioners sale in 1873 to Balus E. DEALE. Dau. Annie Emma had child by Benjamin Franklin BENNETT (d.s.p.l. 1875), removed to TX; dau. Gertrude m. Titus CARR, removed to TX; dau. Mary Ann m. D.B. KING, remained Noxubee. Questions: When - how did Job die? Any family in area today? Anyone have photo Job or plantation? From: John F. O'Hanlon, 17 May 1997

Frederick Hudson, b. 1828, Ga., married 1851, Nox. Co. Ms., Lousianna Elliot. His siblings: William W. Bird, John W. Bird, Mary Lee Bird, and Elizabeth P. Bird. All are children of William Byrd/Bird and Mary Hudson, dau. of Frederick Hudson and his wife, Lucy Greer.  The mother was dead by 1848 when the father, William Bird, went to court for guardianship of his own children. They are listed in the 1850 Nox. Co. census, but not the 1860??? Where did this/these families go? William W. Bird married in 1851, Martha Means, who was listed in the same household in 1850, under Billy Bird.  Mary Hudson Bird was the daughter of Frederick Hudson and Lucty Greer, she was sister to my g-g-grandfather, John Hudson, who died in Noxu. Co. 1843. I need to find the Bird family. From: Annette Rose, 20 January 1997

DATE: 20 April 1997
NAME: Bill Furr
Looking for the Civil War papers of Emmet Duvergne CAVETT of Macon, MIssissippi. He served with the 19th Mississippi Infrantry. Send information to or write Bill Furr, 75 Oldfield Circle, Montgomery, AL 36117.

DATE: 06 May 1997
NAME:  Ray Weathers
When we were in Nuxobee Co. a few years ago, we discovered an area of the county called HORSE HUNTER PRAIRIE and a creek called HORSE HUNTER CREEK. HARDY "HORSE" HUNTER was my gggrandfather. We know that he owned 80 acres prior to 1830 and that by 1831 he was in Arkansas. He married a daughter of Benjamin Clark, Sr. and one of his daughters married my ggrandfather JAMES REASON WEATHERS. Is there anybody (perhaps a descendant) who could help us put some meat and blood on the bones of statistics? The stats were not too hard to locate, but finding something to tell us what kind of a person he was, etc. has slammed us against a stone wall.

DATE: 10 December 1996
NAME: Jean Williams
I am researching the surname,Hyde. I need information a John G Hyde and his wife, Martha Hyde. They had six children and lived in Winston Co. I also, need info on a Millie Hyde, who was a slave of of John G. Hyde.The family came to MS around 1840.John died in 1858. Also, researching the surname, Bryant. I need information on a George Bryant and his wife, Mary. I know they were living MS in1 1870. Their daughter, Mary married Jack Hyde( Millie's son). Please help. .

DATE: 17 May 1997
1838-1840 - Joseph Koger - Direct Index to Deeds, Book B, pages 138 & 139, Conveyance, from Massachusetts & Alabama Land Company. Would like to know connection of Joseph Koger, land agent, to Joel Pinson, attorney in Pontotoc County, who was administrator for estates of John Stephens, Jr., d 1844, and John Richard Senior, d 1849. Records show that Joel Pinson sent John Smith to see Mary Brown (granddaughter of John, Sr., daughter of David Brown, a surveyor in Texas), and Koger in Noxubee. This was one day prior to John Smith's going on into Texas to pay taxes on 3 leagues of Stephens land. This was in March 1849. Did the Massachusetts & Alabama Land Company also have offices in Benton County, Ala and in Laurens, S.CIndications are that it did! With whom did they deal in those states, and also in Texas?  Reference to this family story can be found in the March 1997 Issue of The Northeast Mississippi Historical and Genealogical Society QUARTERLY. It's a fascinating story!


DATE: 4 September 1996
NAME: Monroe Black
Joseph Koger moved to MS from SC in 1838. He was later elected to the MS Senate. He had a number of children and I am trying to find out what became of them, along with the story of Joe's 28 years in MS.


James Longstreet and his wife Mary Anne Dent, had eleven children. After James' death in 1833, Mary Anne and the children moved to Macon, MS and lived there the rest of their lives. Would anybody with information about them or their descendants like to swap? From: John Longstreet Rhymes, 17 October 1996

DATE: 12 February 1997
NAME: Sharon Hare
Madison, Strother: father of Leroy Madison buried at Sharon Cemetery. Cannot find information on Strother's death and burial. Am aware of Hudson & Deupree connections at Brookville, Ms. Thanks.

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