Queries 2001
October - December

GLASS posted by Martha Glass on Thursday, October 4, 2001

Requesting info for Jim (could be James) GLASS and wife Jennie Elizabeth GLASS who lived in or around Anniston, AL in the early 1800's. There sons names were Jim, Jr., Millard, Albert, William and Ben Avery GLASS. Any info would be appreciated.

ROBBINS posted by Frederick E. Pitts on Sunday, October 7, 2001

Searching for any info about ROBBINS at Camp McClellan, a civilain carpenter in 1918, and any general information about the camp for that time period. If someone can direct me to another source, that would be helpful too. Thanks, Fred

BROWNING posted by Patrick Browning on Monday, October 8, 2001

Looking for information on William L. BROWNING and his family. He and his brothers moved to Benton, now Calhoun in 1800's. Would like to know if some of his decedents still reside in the area? Thanks Patrick

MULLINS, PETTY posted by Jimmie on Tuesday, October 9, 2001

John T. PETTY, b. 1827. Married Elizabeth MULLINS, January 28, 1849 in Benton County Alabama

EADS posted by Janice E. Hydock on Thursday, October 11, 2001

Can anyone tell me how to determine what date the Lynchburg Foundry Co. was constructed in Anniston, Calhoun Co? My great-grandfather, John William EADS, was foreman of the construction site, and am trying to determine dates he was in the area. Thanks Janice

HANEY posted by Susan Soi-haney on Monday, October 15, 2001

Looking for anyone who may be able to find an obit for John M. HANEY or John Marion HANEY... He died March 13, 1974 in Anniston, Alabama. He was buried in Ga but have been unable to find an obit here in GA. Thanks in advance to anyone who may be able to help. please e-mail me because i do not check the Message boards often. SoiHaney@aol.com

SELF posted by Daniel McCarthy on Wednesday, October 17, 2001

The 5th annual Gathering of SELF family researchers will be held on April 27, 2002 in Gadsden, AL. Meet with over 80 SELF researchers from all over the USA in this all day affair. This year the research group at the SELF Family Newsletter, in conjunction with the North East Alabama Genealogical Society will be having a "you can't miss it" event. See http://www.self-family.com/self2002.htm for more details. Hopefully many of our Calhoun Co. AL. SELF's will be present.    http://www.self- family.com

MCINVALE, WILKERSON posted by Karen Overton on Friday, October 19, 2001

I am searching for a James W. McINVALE. He was born June 18, 1851 in Alabama and married a Nancy M. WILKERSON of Calhoun co., Alabama on Oct. 22, 1879. Does anyone know where his line came from? Who his Father and Mother was? I have reached a dead end. Thanks so much for any information. Karen Overton

BOWLING, SIZEMORE posted by Jim Baumgardner on Monday, October 22, 2001

BOWLING - SIZEMORE Researching Dudley BOWLING, married Elizabeth Ann SIZEMORE. Lived in Calhoun county. Married there in 1847. Both were born in Georgia. Children: James Madison, Sinnia, Sarah, Margaret, Bud, Loucinda, Missey. thanks. Jim B.

STEPHENS posted by paul stephens on Sunday, October 28, 2001

I am interested in finding out if there is an old grist mill still in existence in Coldwater that John P. STEPHENS built over a hundred years ago and was still in existance in 1957. I have learned that he was my great, great grandfather and that after building the mill he ran it for 40 years.

GARMAN, SMITH posted by Eugenia Sanders on Monday, October 29, 2001

Looking for info on Rebecca GARMAN who married a SMITH. She may be buried at Coldwater Cemetary. I don't have but a little info on her. Just her children. Thanks Genia

SMITH posted by M. Fensterseifer on Wednesday, October 31, 2001

I am looking for a transcription of the following record of "Alabama Deaths, 1908-59": Herbert SMITH; Death Date 21 Mar 1919; Death County Calhoun; Volume 3; Role 2; Page# 382.
NAPPER posted by Frances Minton Latoza on Saturday, November 3, 2001

I am searching for Cora Ethel NAPPER who was born in 1878 in Craighead Co., AR and died in 1966 in Calhoun Co., AL. I believe NAPPER is her married name. Any information will be appreciated.

COLE, KENDALL, NORTON, PARKER posted by Ruth Kendall on Monday, November 5, 2001

KENDALL, NORTON, COLE. Researching above families who moved to the Calhoun/Etowah County area in mid to late 1880s. Wm. R. KENDALL and 2nd wife Fannie H. COLE Kendall had a son John R. KENDALL and a daughter Mary Elvira KENDALL who married W. M. NORTON. They had 10 children, Alma, Daisy, E. Weldsone, Nelle, Cara, Sula, Bessie, Leon Earl, W. A. and Geneva. John R. KENDALL died at 26 years of age - married to Maggie Suelena PARKER and I think they had 5 children - Arthur E., Oscar Stevens, John Lawson, Zettie and Nettie. Any leads appreciated.

MEHARG, MEHERG posted by Joann E. Holdbrooks on Monday, November 5, 2001

I am seeking information on Archibald MEHERG/MEHARG born in 1756 and died in Benton County in 1840. I need I need his burial place and any other information available. Thanks. Joann E. Holdbrooks

PRUITT, RAMSEY posted by Linda Miles on Saturday, November 24, 2001

I am seeking information on James PRUITT married to Victoria PRUITT. I found them on the 1880 Peaks Hill, Calhoun Co., Al Census. I am trying to find out who James' parents are and if he and Victoria had any children. My great grandfather was James Wm. "Jim" PRUITT born 1855 in Ga. However, my ggrandmother was Rachel Elizabeth "Lizzie" RAMSEY. They married in 1855-- I am wondering if this James PRUITT may be the same one and if Victoria may have been his first wife as well as who Jim's parents are. I appreciate any help. Thanks again. Linda Miles dlmiles@neto.com

HOWELL, KNIGHT posted by Mary Harris on Sunday, November 25, 2001

I'm looking for information on Will KNIGHT and a Haley HOWELL. That had a child John (Jack) W. KNIGHT on Feb 4, 1895 in Piemonth, Calhoun, CO, Al. Thanks, Mary

DAVIS posted by trinity stafford on Wednesday, November 28, 2001

I'm looking for info on my great grandmother Emma Virgie DAVIS born in eastaboga alabama jan 22 1884. died in hereford tx nov 27 1953. I would like to know who her parents were and of her siblings. thx trinity

BARTLETT, BROCH, BROCK, MCEACHERN, MONROE, WILLIAMS posted by Ed Easlick on Friday, November 30, 2001

Neil MCEACHERN was listed in Twp 16, Range 12, 1860 Federal Census, page 442. P J MCEACHERN, listed in the 1866 AL, Calhoun, State Census, indicated that a soldier of this family died from sickness. This may have been Neil as he did not appear in the 1870 Census for Calhoun County. Neil's wife may have been Permelia, and perhaps the PJ listed in the 1866 effort. Neil's brother was Duncan MCEACHERN, Range 16, 11 East in the 1866 Census. Duncan noted that one soldier in his household had died of sickness, while two were disabled soldiers. Duncan himself was a veteran of the AL Third Infantry, Calvary, and died in Calhoun, on 27 Jan 1921. Duncan was married to Marguarite Isabella BROCH, as whose mother was Tabitha A BROCK (WILLIAMS). Duncan and Neil's parents were Archibald and Mary (MONROE) MCEACHERN, who were living in Lost Creek, Cleburne Co., AL, per the 1880 Cenus. Another brother, Angus John (Mary Jane BARTLETT), lived next door to his parents in Lost Creek in 1880. Like to hear from anyone interested in this extended family. I have considerable data to share.

BAGWELL, HANEY posted by J.P. Hart on Friday, December 14, 2001

I am trying to confirm that Cora R. (BAGWELL) HANEY died and is buried in Ohatchee, Calhoun, AL. She may have died January 15, 1957 in Oak Bowery Baptist Community. She was married to Joseph P. HANEY.

CROSSLIN, EAST, HARRIS, MURRAY posted by Millie Harris- Whitney on Tuesday, December 18, 2001

Looking for HARRIS and EAST families of Rabbit Town and Jacksonville, Calhoun Co. Angus bd ca1847 and Susie EAST bd ca1850 HARRIS dd unk for both. Children are Simon HARRIS 1873, wife Mary Lou MURRAY, his sisters Montana ca1872, Frances Ellen bd unk. Sena (Sennie) 1879. Sena and Ellen married CROSSLIN brothers.Also need info on Andrew J. HARRIS and Betsy Ann EAST HARRIS and daughter Mary. Anything!!

COWAN, GREEN, PRATER posted by Elizabeth Lee on Thursday, December 20, 2001

I am looking for information on Mabel Lillian COWAN who was born around 1887, and who married Joseph Lawrence GREEN, son of Lydia PRATER and William Butler GREEN. Joseph is buried in the Green Family Cemetery outside of Jacksonville, but Mabel is not. They had two children, Margaret L. GREEN and William L. GREEN, who may have been twins. Specifically, I would like information on her parents, siblings, date and place of birth.

GREEN, HALLUM, PRATER, SHIPLEY posted by Elizabeth Lee on Thursday, December 20, 2001

I am the great granddaughter of Lydia Ann PRATER, daughter of John Basil PRATER and Eliza Ann HALLUM. She was born 1 Jan 1836 in South Carolina, and died 6 Jul 1908 in Merrellton, Calhoun, Alabama. Our family records show she married William Butler GREEN, and they are buried together in the Green Family Cemetery just north of Jacksonville. I also have a certified copy of her birth certificate, as Mrs. Lydia Ann GREEN. Recently I came in contact with Jonathan A. Mallard who has a web site entitled "A PRATER Family of Calhoun County, Alabama," that states that Lydia PRATER was born in 1810, married a Russell SHIPLEY in South Carolina, and died in the 1840's. He relies on the will of John PRATER published by the Northwest Alabama Genealogical Society from the courthouse in Anniston. I can't resolve this dilemma. I am wondering if anyone has anything to add to help me clear this up. Thank you in advance.

LEMASTER, PESNELL posted by Leighsa on Monday, December 24, 2001

Im looking for info on LEMASTER Family of Calhoun County: William S LEMASTER, James Monroe LEMASTER (married PESNELL)

BLACK, MIXON posted by Linda Mehaffey on Saturday, December 29, 2001

BLACK, MIXON----Looking for the burial place of family members, Dillon MIXON and her son General (or Major) BLACK. Any info on this family is greatly appreciated.


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