Everybody, meet everybody else who is searching for their roots in Alabama, NY! I have found that
some of your family lines are crossing over. The surname of Ingalsbe being a good example. So I decided
to give you all some common ground to walk on.
First, e-mail me with your query. If it turns out that you are correct, and your ancestor was from
Alabama, your information will be added to this page. I decided not to have a do-it-yourself submission
page. There are already several good sites out there for general submissions. I wanted to make sure that
this list was limited to the town of Alabama and the Tonawanda Indian Reservation.
Since alphabetical order would be impossible, I used a very scientific method for the way in which
they are listed. It's the order in which your families were arranged in my file drawer. Pretty high tech
huh? If the name is in bold, they were in Alabama, but I have included your extended tree names as
well.
If you have Alabama conections and would like to be added e-mail me:
(Must have Alabama connections to be added)
PRATT-WARREN - contact Tina L.

MORSE - FENNER - INGALSBE, Eno - MARBLE - TUTTLE
- ACKERSON
- GRIMES - JENKS - contact Delynn
M.F.

ALLEN - FILKINS, Philander - NORTON - DEUEL -
BICKFORD - RICH WHITTLETON - DRAKE - GRINHAM -
GARNHAM - KETCHUM - KITCHEM - WILLIS - CASE -
contact Dave A.

LAWTON - ALDRICH - PETRIE - SCHNEIDER - KINNE(?)-
WILSON - contact Lynne S.

STONE, Ely (Rev.) - contact John C.


WHITNEY, Isaac, Lorain, Ester - INGALSBE, Huldah
- INGALSBE, Levi - TUTTLE - STRONG - PEPHINGER -
JENNINGS - ALDRICH - contact Denis A.

HOLMES, Peter, Henry, Samuel,James,Joseph -
PALMER - BARBER - contact Sharon S.

NEWTON - FORD (FORDTENBACHER, FORTENBACHER)
- INGALSBE, Elijah - FARMAN-contact Roger R.

MARBLE - Levi & Catherine 1840s - Contact
Bill M.
FROLICH - (alternate spellings FROHLICH,
FROELICH, FRELISH, FRELING, FREELING,
FRAILEY, FRALEY, FROEHLICH, FRAELI, FRELICK,
FROHLICK, FREYLING (Boy! Those census takers
could butcher a name couldn't they! But
that's what happened when they tried to spell
it by the way it sounded to them.) SCHAAL -
STEFFEN - SOFLIN (SACHTLEBEN) - WARD -
contact James O.

ORCUTT - INGALSBE,Phoebe - ESTABROOK - HIMER
- BELCHER - INGRAM - JOHNSON - DURGEE -
contact Rosealee P.

STORY (STOREY) - FAIRBANKS - STEPHENS -
HOWLAND, Giedeon - contact Toni C.

HALL - FRANKLIN - WELLS - HUBBARD - KIMBALL
- KIMBLE - ARNOLD - ROGERS - McDOWELL -
HORTON - ORMSBY - BARNES - SHERMAN - WHITMAN
- contact Terry O.

GILBERT, David - DILZWORTH - BOYCE - contact
Arlene G.

NEEDHAM - GRINNELL - WHITNEY - GILDER -
NEILANDS - contact Dan C.

WIGHT - (Incorrectly spelled Wright on some of
the census records, however ther was a Wright
family in Alabama as well, but a different family
line. Darn those census takers!)- HITCHCOCK -
MALLORY - BARNES - contact Dave M.

WICKS - WEEKS - contact Betty T.

WARREN - Rev. Augustus 184s - contact Leea
TUTTLE - WOLCOTT - WRIGHT - BOYNTON - NETHAWAY
contact Paul L.
STODDARD - HENDERSON - BEAN - BURDICK - TILLMAN
- VAN WERT - GILLINGS - contact Susan M.

WOLCOTT - Samuel H. , Wyatt, John Saxton, Horatio, Mercy Boynton -
NETHAWAY Katrine - contact Paul R.
WICKWIRE , Daniel, John Dean - ENNIS, Alberta (Family possibly of Native
American descent from the Tonawanda Reservation)
contact Trent W.
HALL , Lewis, Phebe, Charles - FORD, Mary - NEWTON - INGALSBE -
MAGNUS, Albert - contact Joan
STEWARD , Albert, Helen - STREATOR - contact Kathy
WARREN, Rev. Augustus, Ruben - SPAFFORD - HARDWICK - DENNIS
- WOODRUFF - contact Lee
STEWARD - Albert, and wife STREATOR, Helen. 1840s - contact Kathy M.
BROWN, Alfred, John - MAC DURMAND / MC DERMOTT/MC DERMID,
Margaret - contact Judy
DYBALL, Robert, Charlotte, Mary, John - BARDWELL, Elizabeth -
(I have seen alternate spellings for Bardwell as Bardswell and Bargewell) -
contact Judy K.
FRISCH - HOAG, Henry - FRANKLIN, Schubel - COON,
Eliza - This is mine for a book Ellen Bachorski
and myself are colaborating on. Polly (Franklin)
married Henry Hoag, then she murdered him and two
of their children (1850's) by means of arsenic
poison. She then remarried to Otto Frisch. Yes it
all happened here in the quiet town of Alabama. I
can't find Polly after she is released from prison
in 1892.-
contact Cindy Amrhein, Alabama Historian