Queries 2000
April - June

MARTIN posted by Penny Abernathy on Friday, April 7, 2000

MARTIN * * I am looking for information on the family of Murdock MARTIN. Born in SC wife's name is Mary. Her grave is in the Mt. Zion Church Cemetery in Calhoun County, Alabama. The family came from SC to Dale County, Alabama then Calhoun County. Any information would be most helpful.

COBLER posted by Betty Haney on Sunday, April 9, 2000

COBLER...Looking for info on John/George W. COBLER in the 1850 Benton Co. census...Samuel COBLER b.1798 SC wife Lavinia b.1795 NC..maybe parents...

HIGHTOWER, JOHNSON, LEONARD, STEED, WINSTON posted by Cecil Leonard/Steed on Sunday, April 9, 2000

Harriet JOHNSON mother of Mattie JOHNSON-WINSTON, who was mother of Jay WINSTON, Robert WINSTON, Jessie WINSTON, and Irene WINSTON who was married to Charles LEONARD. Mattie LEONARD who married Charlie STEED. And Ida & Walter HIGHTOWER

CLACK, CLACKIE, CLACKY, CLARK posted by jerry walden on Tuesday, April 11, 2000

CLACKY, CLACKIE. CLACK name change to CLARK. Known fact that chill???? in Anniston Area 1922 raising family and cotton. Supposedly came ouy of Canada due to trouble with law. Thanks for any help

MARTIN, PATTERSON posted by G. Patterson on Wednesday, April 12, 2000

Milton PATTERSON b. 1826 in NC. d. Jan 05, 1894 in Calhoun County Alabama. Milton married Eliza MARTIN Dec 20 , 1860 . Their children are : John M. and Lucy Jane. Eliza died on April 04, 1870 and is buried in Crooks cemetery. Milton married Ann J. MARTIN , Dec. 13, 1876 in Calhoun County. Their children are: Robert E. , Samuel Houston, Anna Bell, Mary Emma, Henry Grady, and Charley Ross PATTERSON. We would very much like to connect with family that perhaps knows who Milton PATTERSON'S parents and siblings are. Thanks.

MCDOWELL posted by Becky Culpepper on Wednesday, April 12, 2000

MCDOWELL Looking for any and all information on a John W. MCDOWELL and family. Wife Eliz Lucinda, children: Elias, Henry, Lucinda, Hatta, Jane, Isaac MCDOWELL. I can not go any futher then this. Would appreciate any help. Becky

SMITH, SOUTHEREN, SOUTHERN posted by Linda Southern Crook on Wednesday, April 12, 2000

SOUTHERN,SMITH -- I am looking for information on a John SOUTHEREN (6 years old) (1874) and Samuel SOUTHEREN (3 years old) (1877) who are listed as step-sons to George W. SMITH on the 1880 Alabama Census in Calhoun County. The census states John was born in Illinois and his father in VA. and mother in Ohio. Samuel was born in KY. Their mother is listed as Mary (age 22). Any information on this SOUTHEREN family would be greatly appreciated. Trying to find a John SOUTHERN who lived in neighboring Etowah County in the 1890s and hope this John may be the same.

DEMPSEY posted by Darlene Dempsey on Thursday, April 13, 2000

Looking for info on Patrick C. DEMPSEY, he moved from Gordon County GA to Calhoun, County Alabama after the 1870 Gordon County Census. His wife's name was Martha A. his children were Marion, Mary A., William A., Elizabeth C., Patrick C., Nancy A., Thomas Nathan, and John Porter. Patrick C. DEMPSEY is the son of Porter and Charlotte DEMPSEY and the Grandson of Moses and Olley DEMPSEY of Orangeburge SC.

COLEMAN, TERRALL posted by Debbie on Friday, April 14, 2000

I am looking for John COLEMAN, born 1857. He married Martha TERRALL about 1874. He was living in MS in 1900, I located him and Martha in census. He was born in Alabama. I am trying to find record of John and his parents in AL. I would appreciate any information. Thanks Debbie

CARMICHAEL, WALKER posted by Alan Roberts on Friday, April 14, 2000

I'm searching for marriage records of Mahala WALKER. Mahala was born about in 1817 in Tennessee. She married Hugh CARMICHAEL around 1833 or 1834 in Calhoun County. Hugh was born on 10/5/1809 in Tennessee but moved to Calhoun County around 1831 and became a schoolteacher. He later became a minister in Chambers County around 1851 and the couple relocated at that time. Thanks.

DOBBINS, JENKINS, SCOTT posted by Jackie Cleveland Allen on Saturday, April 15, 2000

DOBBINS family that was in Calhoun County, Alabama in 1913. John JENKINS and Mandy Ann SCOTT DOBBINS was in Calhoun Co. Al. 03Apr1913 This I am for sure of because that is where my Grandfather was born: John Cooper DOBBINS** other sibling were: Benjamin DOBBINS** Noah Lee DOBBINS** Zula Gray DOBBINS** Hubert Louis DOBBINS** Annie Elizabeth** this fammily later moved to Cross County, Arkansas. Thanks for any help. Jackie agallen@brightok.net

DOBBINS, MAXEL, PARKER, STARNES posted by Jackie Cleveland Allen on Saturday, April 15, 2000

PARKER ** DOBBINS ** STARNES ** MAXEL: Looking for anything on the family of Isaac Wilson PARKER 02 Dec 1881 Al. d. 16 Nov 1942 in Carmi, White County, Illinois. He married Nancy Cordelia STARNES b. 09 Jul 1877 Marshall Co. Al. d. 19 Feb 1979 Henderson County, Kentucky. They married in Al. There children were: Lemeul **Freeman** Arizonia called Arrie later Ira **Zillie** Wylie Leon b. 1915 Wynne, Cross Co. Ar. **Willie Ray b. 1919 Wynne, Cross Co. Ar. Thank for any help.

JAMES, KNOWLES, WHITTON posted by Ennest E. Donnel on Monday, April 17, 2000

Looking for infromation on Sallie KNOWLES. She married T. T. JAMES. They had 3 children all born in Calhoun County. #1 Margaret Jane JAMES born in 1862. #2 F.H. JAMES born in 1864. #3 P. J. JAMES born in 1866. Margaret married William Enmon WHITTON in Calhoun County in 1887. Thank you Ernest Donnel

LAMBERT, MCDOWELL posted by Becky Culpepper on Wednesday, April 19, 2000

Looking for any information on a John W. MCDOWELL who lived in Calhoun Co., Alabama. Found him with family on the 1860 Calhoun Co., census. Wife: Eliza. Lucinda, children: Hetta, Isaac, Jane, Elias, Lucinda, Sylvanus MCDOWELL. He died on 2 May 1881. Elias married Rebecca LAMBERT. They are buried at Ft. McClellan, Alabama. Would appreciate any help with this family. Becky

LANIER, LINER, LINOR, LYNER posted by Jorene on Friday, April 21, 2000

LINER (LINOR, LYNER, LANIER), P.A. (Philip Anderson) sp E. (Emaline) are listed in the 1850 Benton (now Calhoun) County Ala.. ages shown are P.A. was 21 E. 27 with child B.M. (Believed to be D.M. = Daniel Marion) 11/12 months. Seeking relatives - siblings as well as parents - of this couple. Any information will be appreciated. I believe they are shown in St. Clair County Ala in 1860 then moved to Hopkins County, Texas and were here in 1870... Not here in 1880...seeking their location at that time. I do have information on this family that I will be glad to share.

DAMERON posted by Michael Dameron on Sunday, April 23, 2000

I am looking for information on the DAMERON Family. My Great-Grandfather Jesse T. DAMERON lived in Calhoun County. I'm looking for his death records and location of a grave. I would also like to know the county or city of his birth in Ga. I am also interested in Marriage records, although I believe his first marriage was in Ga. and that there was a second to Nancy was in Al. Any info is appreciated. Mike Dameron

PINKERTON, WRIGHT posted by Charles Wright on Tuesday, April 25, 2000

Looking for the WRIGHT family. Joseph E. WRIGHT was born in Louisville, KY and moved to Jacksonville, Calhoun, Alabama. He had at least two sons, James William WRIGHT and R. B. WRIGHT. James William WRIGHT moved to Mississippi. R.B. WRIGHT lived in the Jacksonville/Anniston area and married Callie PINKERTON. R. B. died in Anniston about 1930. All information is appreciated.

ALEXANDER, CLARK, GLOVER, PRATER, PRATHER, THOMAS posted by Teresa Porter on Wednesday, April 26, 2000

Looking for information on John PRATER/PRATHER who married Elizabeth CLARK in Benton/Calhoun Co. in 1839. They had 3 children: Rebecca who married Rufus ALEXANDER, A. J. who married Amanda GLOVER, and John S. who married Anne THOMAS. Any information would be appreciated.
ANDERSON posted by Estelle Anderson McAtee on Tuesday, May 2, 2000

Would like to find information on the Public Schools that were in the confines of what is now Fort McClellan Reservation, my father Raymond Hurst ANDERSON attended school in that area about 1904-08. ANDERSON's and other family members are buried in the Antioch Cemetery on that Fort. Any help will be greatly appreciated. leemac2@flash.net

GARVIN posted by Carol Cornwell on Tuesday, May 2, 2000

GARVIN--I am researching my GARVIN family line. My Grandfather was William Shelton GARVIN born May 1877, he and several siblings were born in Calhoun County Alabama. I am hoping someone could check to see if there is a William and Perlina GARVIN with at least 4 children on the 1880 census. Thanks

DAVIS, HOWARD posted by Bobby Howard on Thursday, May 11, 2000

William James HOWARD, b April 8, 1844 in Calhoun Co, AL, D Jan 14, 1918 in Wichita Falls, TX. Married Louisa Caroline DAVIS, Nov 15, 1865, Shelby Co,AL. I need info on his father, mother,brother,sister, etc.

BOOZER, JACKSON posted by Lorna Rosenstein on Monday, May 15, 2000

Looking for John JACKSON or Henry BOOZER and families in Calhoun Co 1850. Any JACKSON or BOOZER names would be helpful. Thanks

NUNNELLY, VEASEY posted by Jackie Presley on Tuesday, May 16, 2000

Looking for descendants of Ida N. VEASEY and James H. NUNNELLY who married in Calhoun Co. in 1885.

BLAIR, HAYES posted by Thomas Hayes Hunter on Wednesday, May 24, 2000

Looking for John Blair HAYES(b. 11/28/1816) of White Plains in Calhoun Co. Parents were Anderson Sharp HAYES and Martha Cynthia BLAIR of Marshall Co. Tn., where John HAYES was born. He was living in area at least into the late 1850's.

SMITH, SOUTHEREN, SOUTHERN, WARD posted by Linda Southern Crook on Wednesday, May 24, 2000

Looking for information of John SOUTHEREN (Southern) 1874 Ill. and Samuel SOUTHEREN 1877 Ky. who are listed as step-sons of George W. SMITH in the 1880 Calhoun Census. Their mother is listed as Mary 1858 Ohio. Other siblings listed are James J. (9) Viola (7) Daniel E (2) and Sarah A (0). Any info on this family would be greatly appreciated. I am looking for a John SOUTHERN who married Mary Ann WARD in 1892 in neighboring Etowah County and this may be the link I need. Thanks Linda Southern Crook

PARKER posted by M Thoeni on Thursday, May 25, 2000

PARKER, John W. Seeking data from 1860 Calhoun Co., AL census. Specifically in regard to names of spouse and children

BRIMER, CHAMPION, MOORE posted by peggy webb on Monday, May 29, 2000

starting family search. grandparents Riley MOORE and Nannie CHAMPION. also BRIMER

LITTLETON, TAPLEY, THOMAS posted by Rebecca Tapley on Tuesday, May 30, 2000

I am looking for anyone on information on Jordan TAPLEY. I am trying to find out his parents,and wanting to talk to anyone who are descendants of his. He had 27 children, one of them was Daniel TAPLEY, Who was born in Anniston, Alabama. Daniel and his wife and children moved to Arkansas. One of his sons being my Grandfather Jesse James TAPLEY Sr. Also I have names of all of the children of Jordan TAPLEY: By first wife Rebecca LITTLETON: Josiah TAPLEY:bn: 11-28-1830. New Wadkin: bn: 11-7-1831-d-12-18-1831. Southey TAPLEY: bn: 1-10-1833. Goldman TAPLEY: bn: 5-7-1834. Caroline: bn: 5-23-1835. George Washtington TAPLEY: bn-8-23-1836-Died-9-3-1864 in Civil War. Aven J. TAPLEY: bn-7-20- 1837-Died-5-11-1857. Matthew G.TAPLEY: bn-12-28-1838-Died-12-13-1846. Permealey: bn-1-16-1840. Joel TAPLEY: bn-4-30-1841. Beng. J. TAPLEY: bn-7-2- 1842- died-3-12-1860. Daughter born dead: bn-8-8-1843. Mason Rebecca: bn-1- 20-1845. Thomas Pinkney TAPLEY: bn-1-11-1846. Son born dead: bn-2-15-1847. Then Jordan's wife dies: 2-18-1847, Just three days after the death of last baby. Then Jordan marries Elizabeth ??. They have James Polk Jarret TAPLEY: bn-11-7-1848. Willy TAPLEY: bn-3-16-1851. John H. TAPLEY: bn-7-28- 1853. Elizabeth Loisar: bn-3-23-1856. Twins: William and Eli: bn-2-20-1860- William Died-3-13-1860- Eli Died: 5-27-1862. John Goldman TAPLEY: bn-9-29- 1861. Adam TAPLEY: bn-11-27-1862-Died-3-20-1863. Daughter born dead: bn-2- 25-1864. Daniel TAPLEY: (my Great-Grandfather) bn-3-19-1865. Moses TAPLEY: bn2-27-1868. Sughan Luisa: bn-9-5-1871. These records are from my Grandmother Cornelia Ann THOMAS-TAPLEY.

DANIEL posted by Nina on Tuesday, May 30, 2000

DANIEL, John probably born in Beaumont, TX. marrried Ellen ????, both died in Anniston, AL. Daniel died abt 1932-33 and Elen died abt 1927. Children: Elbert, Turner, Harvey, Ike, Mattie, Amzie, and the youngest born 1910. Nina HISTMOM@aol.com
CHAMBLEE, LOUDERMILCH, TAYLOR posted by John Herbert Taylor on Friday, June 2, 2000

Attempting to verify the connection between Eva lee LOUDERMILCH (b.abt 1902 d. 1987) married Carl Neely TAYLOR abt.1925. Family verbal history indicates Eva's Father's name was Worley TAYLOR and Her mothers name was Rosa Lee CHAMBLEE. Any information on the Loudermilch pedigree would be greatly appreciated.

ALVERSON, HARVEY, STONEALL posted by Robert Waldrop on Sunday, June 4, 2000

Seeking information on Thomas Linfield HARVEY, b. 3 Sep 1857, d. 1 Sep 1943 in Wellington, Calhoun Co., AL, burr. Sep 1943 in Union Methodist Church Cemetery, Calhoun Co., AL; married Sarah Catherine ALVERSON, b. 28 Sep 1866, d. 17 Oct 1938, burr Union Methodist Church Cemetery in Calhoun Co., AL. They had several children, I have Minnie Lou, Maudie Sue, Elizabeth Nora, marr Henry STONEALL, Benjaman "Ben" b. 24 Nov 1894 d. 8 Sep 1988 in Pensacola, FL, burr. Union Methodist Church Cemetery, Calhoun Co., AL, John Aldrich, William McLeroy, and Rolf Echols HARVEY. I think there are more. Most are probably burried in the Union Methodist Church Cemetery. Thomas Linfield HARVEY was supposed to be in the Alabama Legislature, but I cannot find any information on it. Any information on family would be appreciated.

PINKERTON, RHODES, WRIGHT posted by Charles Wright on Tuesday, June 6, 2000

Looking for information on the family of Joseph E. WRIGHT, who was born in Louisville, KY. His two sons, James William WRIGHT, b. 1872, and R.B. WRIGHT, b. 1874, were born in Louisville,KY. The family moved to Jacksonville, Calhoun, County, Alabama. James William married Cornelia RHODES of Gadsden, AL, and moved to Mississippi. R.B. married Callie PINKERTON and lived in Anniston. He died in the 1930's. I am looking for information on Joseph E. WRIGHT, his wife, and R.B.WRIGHT, as well as any descendants. James William WRIGHT was my ggf.

ARRINGTON, BAGWELL, DAVIS, PARKER posted by Cathy Juujarvi on Tuesday, June 6, 2000

I am researching Andrew DAVIS born 1856 who married Rachel. He mentions a Wilson DAVIS (not a son) in his will and his son Andrew P. DAVIS born 1798 who married Elizabeth. Andrew Sr. is buried in Benton/Calhoun County, but I don't know where. He died in 1846. Andrew P. DAVIS'S children were as follows: Reese Price 1818 married Mahala ARRINGTON, Mary E. 1821 married Christopher Columbus ARRINGTON, Joshua 1827, Andrew P. (again) ca. 1830, Elizabeth ca 1830, William ca 1832, John ca 1834 and there were two more boys and 1 girl, but I don't know names. I also don't know the families of any of the above except for Reese Price. He lived in Benton/Calhoun in his adult years and had the following children: Samuel A. 1842, Columbus Wilson 1844 married Waitcel L. PARKER, and Joseph R 1846. Reese's second wife was Martha BAGWELL and they had the following children: Josephine 1853, Mary 1856, James A. 1859, Jefferson Barton 1861, and Catherine 1863. Does anyone have information?

COFFEY, DAVIS, WARREN, WATKINS, WISDOM posted by Sandra Otos on Thursday, June 8, 2000

WATKINS, DAVIS, COFFEY, WARREN, WISDOM I am looking for information on John G. WATKINS, and Charity DAVIS WATKINS who lived in Calhoun Co. 1830 -1860. John G. WATKINS was a Justice of the Peace for 30 years. They were my g g g grandparents. Email me with any ideas or info. Sandy Otos

PARKER posted by Darlene Parker Holmes on Thursday, June 8, 2000

Parker Family ---- Looking for the family of Arthur PARKER & Mary PARKER.It was in the Anniston Star Oct.31,1946. Police Arrest Several Here In Death Case. Arthur PARKER died at Anniston Memorial Hospital. Buried at Edgemont Cemetery. His wife and children resided with there grandmother in Eva,Al.

FERGUSON, MCCULLEY, REAVES posted by Evelyn Skelton Sell on Thursday, June 8, 2000

I would like to find descendants who are working on Eli REAVES line. He is my 3rd great grandfather who was living in Calhoun Co. Later he went to Marshall County Mississippi and his daughter Martha Elizabeth REAVES married William Thomas FERGUSON. It is not known if Eli went back to ALbama, but we think he did. I don't know for sure what his wife's name was. I would like to find out how many children they had. I know of another daughter whose name was Arminta and she married a MCCULLEY and lived in Clay Co. Arkansas. Who was Eli's parents, siblings. Any help will be most appreciated. Thanks &

ALLYN, HILL, SCHENCK, SMITH posted by Imogene Steele on Friday, June 9, 2000

Seeking information on my g-g- grandparents: Francis B. SMITH and wife, Eliza HILL SMITH. Also John SCHENCK and wife, Harriet Hannah ALLYN SCHENCK. The SCHENCK came to Calhoun (Benton) County ca 1832. They owned and operated the Schenck Sulphur Springs Resort. Their daughter, Catharine married the SMITH's son, William Merrill SMITH in Calhoun County in 1867 and moved to north Alabama to Franklin County. Francis, Eliza, John, & Harriet lived and died in Calhoun County somewhere between Anniston and Jacksonville. I would greatly appreciate any information on these two families and where they may be buried. Harriet died in 1845 and John SCHENCK died in 1899. Francis B. SMITH died ca 1854. Eliza remarried after Francis's death to a Jacob Autry and I don't know when she died. The SCHENCK's oldest son, Francis "Frank" Rhinehart SCHENCK also lived near his parents and married there. Later he moved his family to Texas. Would love to exchange any information that I have with other descendants or anyone who knows anything about this family. Thanks

WOOD posted by Doris Peirce on Saturday, June 10, 2000

Searching for contact with anyone researching WOOD family of Calhoun [formerly Benton] Co AL. I have Merit/Merrit WOOD b.1794, Buckingham Co VA, married twice in Clarke Co GA, fathered many children. Please contact me if you have a WOOD line you think might connect. Glad to share data. Doris Peirce ginlu@home.com

PARKS posted by Virginia Anders Kugler on Sunday, June 11, 2000

I am looking for Lucinda PARKS, who was listed in the 1860 census, and had the following children: Martha 8, Sarah 6, Amanda 5, Thomas D. 4. Amanda was my gr-grandmother. Lucinda may have married a Thomas Beam(s), and I have been unable to locate Lucinda after this census. Thanks.

LAMBERT posted by Loretta McKenzie on Wednesday, June 14, 2000

Searching for Isaac LAMBERT that got land in Calhoun Co Al.10 Oct.1839. I need help on the person. Thank you Loretta McKenzie

KELLER, KILGORE, ODEN, YOUNGBLOOD posted by April Allen on Wednesday, June 14, 2000

My Great-Grandfather is General Forney ODEN.(General is his name not a title.) I am decended through his daughter Nancy Mae ODEN. Here is the only information that I have on this family line and I would appreciate any help you may give me. General Forney ODEN b: 14 Oct 1890, Oxford, Calhoun, Alabama d:24 Jul 1944 in Suprise, Maricopa, Arizona; b:Jul 1944, Glendale, Maricopa, Arizona MD: 1st: 1912 Agnes KELLER b: 13 Feb 1888, Oxford, Calhoun, Alabama d: 1924, Copewall, Alabama (Her parents were Rubin KELLER and Brandon KILGORE?) Nancy Mae ODEN b:13 Jul 1917, Oxford, Calhoun, Alabama d: 2 Mar 1963, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona b: 4 Mar 1963, El Mirage, Maricopa, Arizona Nancy had two other siblings but I don't have any othe info on them. General Forney ODEN was md a 2nd time to: Mary YOUNGBLOOD on 24 Jul 1932, Hardee, Florida

GAINES, MEANS posted by Phyllis L. King on Thursday, June 15, 2000

I'm looking for information on the siblings of my ggg-grandfather James T. GAINES s/o William F. GAINES and Elizabeth MEANS GAINES .They moved to Calhoun Co. when it was still Benton Co..The siblings I'm researching are : Mary Ann b.1827; Adaline L. b. 1830 ; Rutha E. b. 1835 ; Edie Louisa ( twin ) b. 1838 ; Lucinda (twin) b. 1838 ; Henry Franklin ( twin )b. Aug. 16,1848 ; Robert Francis ( twin ) Aug. 16,1848 ; and possibly Martha Jane/I./L. b. 1849. Martha shows up on the 1860 census under this household but not on the 1850. I would like to find out for sure who this Martha is and about the rest of the siblings of James T. GAINES. Any help with this would be very appreciated.

HAMES, WADE posted by Eldon Wade on Friday, June 16, 2000

Looking for any info on the family of Elijah WADE and his wife Rebecca HAMES that lived in Benton Co in the late 1830s and appear on the 1840 Benton Co census. At that time they had one son age 5 to 9 (my gg-grandfather William), three sons ages 10 to 14 (I don't konw their names), and a dau. age 5 to 9 named Martha Ann. Any help would be very, very appreciated. Eldon ewade@cfl.rr.com

FOMBY, MORRIS posted by Phillip Morris on Saturday, June 17, 2000

MORRIS, FOMBY. Does anyone have info on the MORRIS or FOMBY'S in Calhoun Co. or the Piedmont area in particular. My grandfather was a doctor in Piedmont , John David MORRIS, he married into the FOMBY'S, Eugenia FOMBY, I would like to make contact with anyone that is doing research on these surnames in this area

HARVEY posted by Susan Ince Simmons on Monday, June 19, 2000

Looking for any information on James A. HARVEY who married Lucinda ? in 1859. I know that Lucinda ? was born in Calhoun Co AL 12/29/1840. This was on her obit. but I have no further info on her. They had the following children : Mary Francis, Jeff, Jim, Arch, Sidney, Abb, Emma, Addie and Lizzie. Any information would really be appreciated as I can't find anything on any of these people.

KING, TYSON posted by Ken King on Wednesday, June 21, 2000

Who was Mansel KING, 1850 census of Benton County? Was in Spartenburg SC in 1830. Interested in William KING, Mary E. KING, Sarah A. KING, John Wesley KING, William J. TYSON. e-mail: kirbyville@my-deja.com

REID, THOMAS posted by Mildred Gabhart on Wednesday, June 21, 2000

I am searching for any info on George Franklin REID and John Wyatt REID and Margaret A. (THOMAS) REID in the Calhoun county area. They are buried in Thomas cemetery in Jacksonville, Ala.

BENTLEY posted by Rick Mingus on Thursday, June 22, 2000

I am trying to locate the gravestone of my gggrandfather Turner R. BENTLEY. He was born @ 1810 in Union, SC and died in 1855 in De Armandville, Calhoun, AL. Any help or pointers would be greatly appreciated.    http://pages.prodigy.net/ramingu s

POTTS, THORNTON posted by Dorothy Perrault on Saturday, June 24, 2000

POTTS THORNTON -- I am looking for James Tanner POTTS born 1820 in North Carolina and his wife Louisa M. THORNTON they lived in Calhoun,co ala 1850-1900. Looking for James siblings and parents and the same with Louisa's family. Looking for their burial place around Estaboga. If anyone knows this family please e-mail. James is my Great Great Grandfather I can't do anymore research until I find his parents. I am at a dead end. Thanks Dorothy

CALDWELL posted by Judy Womack on Sunday, June 25, 2000

Looking for info on the old Davistown Cemetery in Calhoun County. Is there any listing of people who are buried there? Interested particularly in any CALDWELL family members.

GILCHRIST posted by Fred A. Gilchrist on Wednesday, June 28, 2000

Hi i am looking for information on Walter Garland GILCHRIST, John R. GILCHRIST, Ferdinand GILCHRIST and the rest of the GILCHRIST Family. Thank you for your help. you can email me direct at azgaf@aol.com thanks Fred

BUSBY, OWENS, WHITE posted by Lucy Walker-Butler on Thursday, June 29, 2000

I'm looking for information on a Henry Harrison WHITE, b. 6 February, 1850; d. November 26, 1929. Married to (1) Roxie Anna (MNU). She died 8 November, 1875. He died, I assume, in Calhoun County. They had a few children, one of which is my grandfather, William Joshua WHITE, b. May 21, 1872; d. September 1, 1941, in Calhoun County, AL. He married (1) Permilia Alice (MNU). She was b. in 1879, and d. on 16 February, 1899, in Calhoun County, AL. (2) Mary Elizabeth (OWENS) BUSBY, b.23 February, 1878; d. 15 January, 1953, in Calhoun County, AL. I am trying to find out where they all came from and any other information I can get on any of these folks. (Would really love to have the wives' maiden names.) Thanks for any and all help. Lucy (Email me please.)

FOSTER, LATHEM, ROUSE posted by Jo Boyd on Friday, June 30, 2000

I am searching for information on Nathan ROUSE (b. 1850) and his wife Lou (?Louisa b. 1852) FOSTER or possibly LATHEM. They resided in Calhoun County in 1880 according to census records.

 

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