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- HESTER posted by Vince on Sunday, June 8, 2003
- The following is posted on the Social Security Death index. HESTER, LEONARD D. died 26 Oct 2001 last address Franklin, GA. I would like to contact anyone who knew this man or may be related to him. I have called all three Hesters in the franklin phone book and no one knew this Leonard. Thanks for any assistance Vince
- CURRY,JENNINGS posted by Jan Jennings on Monday, June 9, 2003
- Still searching for the parents of JOHN B. JENNINGS (1837-1875) and his wife, FANNIE LUCINDA CURRY (1840-1912). They married in 1865 in Franklin County. Fannie was born in Franklin County; John born Virginia. After John's murder in Franklin County (1875), Fannie took her four children to Honey Grove TX where one of her brothers lived. I do not know his name. I have information about three of John Jennings and Fannie Curry Jennings' children: Veto Curry Jennings, Richard Otto Jennings, and my grandfather, Worth Alston Jennings. Also seek information about their only living daughter, Daisie Z. Jennings (1867-1895) who married Wilbern Hargett in 1885. Jan Jennings
- VINSON posted by Roy Juch on Monday, June 9, 2003
- JAMES SHEROD VINSON, SR. born about 1802 in NC (later Giles, TN) Died 20 Sep 1874 at Cedar Creek (West Russellville and buried in "The Old Vinson Graveyard". Any information about this Vinson family will be very much appreciated.
- MALONE posted by James Cecil Malone on Monday, June 9, 2003
- Related to Buck Hester thru JAMES CLINTON MALONE. Would like any information on Malones or Stones. I have some research made by Duane Malone on the Malone Clan.
- BERRYHILL posted by Stormi Berryhill Alldredge on Monday, June 9, 2003
- Searching information on Thomas Pricie Berryhill and wife Cynithia Minar Todd Berryhill. Would like to locate where they are buried in Franklin County. Thanks Stormi
- MCCRARY,RICHARDSON posted by Mary Ellen Ahlstrom on Monday, June 9, 2003
- Does anyone have a copy of the RICHARDSON / MCCRARY bible that was once in the pocession of the RICHARDSON family?
- HUNNICUTT posted by Mary Ellen Ahlstrom on Monday, June 9, 2003
- Does anyone have a picture of John HUNNICUTT or Mary Jolly HUNNICUTT they are willing to share?
- EZELL,EZZELL posted by Mary Ellen Ahlstrom on Monday, June 9, 2003
- I know a bible exists for the family of William and Catherine EZELL/EZZELL (cicra late 1700's) and have been unable to get a copy.Can anyone help with this?
- BUTLER posted by Jerry L. BUTLER on Wednesday, June 11, 2003
- I am researching the BUTLER family who spent some time in Franklin County. Virgie Americus BUTLER was born in Tuscumbia in 1862. James M. BUTLER and Thomas BUTLER received land grants around 1860.
- GODBEE,GODBEY,GODBY posted by Glenda Godbey on Wednesday, June 11, 2003
- GODBY/GODBEE Searching for Calvin and Martha Godbee 1828 - 1880. Land records show they were living in the Russellville area at this time. Appreciate any help. Thanks, Glenda
- ELLIOTT,HATTEN,MAYS,STANLEY posted by Wes Mays on Wednesday, June 11, 2003
- I am searching for information on the Joseph B. Mays and Stephen Elliott families that moved to the Franklin County area about 1830-1840 from Amherst County Virginia.
- ARMSTRONG,WALLACE,WALLIS posted by Billie Millsap on Thursday, June 12, 2003
- Trying to locate Wanda Armstrong reguarding information submitted about the marriage of T.J. Wallace and Marian Cheek in 1841. I would like to know what the T.J. stood for. I am researching the name Tira/Tyree or some other spelling for my 3rd greatgrandfather Wallis. I am finding the name spelled in several ways and have found Wallis spelled Wallace and Wallice. I found a "Tiney" Wallis in Franklin County in 1860. I'm wondering if this might be him. They are in the Rock Creek, Colbert County, Alabama census in 1880. Twenty years makes a lot of difference in the names of children. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Billie Molder Millsap email@example.com
- SMITH posted by Alison Smith Riley on Thursday, June 12, 2003
- I am the great-grandaughter of Henry Arthur Smith,b.1838. Henry and his wife Carrie lived in Russelville.Their son Ollie, was my grandfather,his son Jimmy is my father.We have info that Henry's father was James,but are'nt sure of his middle name and where he was from,and who his parent's were. If anyone has anything to add to what we have please e-mail us!We would love to know more!!I am Alison Smith Riley. firstname.lastname@example.org
- FRANKS posted by Karen Martin on Saturday, June 14, 2003
- Looking for family of Alvin J. FRANKS b. 1836. A possible son Harley/Harvey Mack Franks b. 1859-1862 and d.1936 was my g grandfather. He married Mary Ida COAN. They lived in Phil Campbell and are buried at St. Paul Cemetery. Any information would be appreciated.
- COAN posted by Karen Martin on Saturday, June 14, 2003
- Looking for information on James E. COAN and family. HIs daughter Mary Ida Coan b. 1857 d. 1929 married Harley/Harvey Mack FRANKS b. 1859-1862. They lived in Phil Campbell and are buried at St. Paul Cemetery. Any information would be appreciated.
- WOODARD posted by gwen woodard on Monday, June 16, 2003
- We need info on Oscar Jack Woodard and his parents. He was married to Louise Mae French, who is my husband's mother. He abandoned the family shortly after my husband was born and we know nothing about his parents except his father's name was Jesse.
- RIKARD posted by Sandra Clark on Monday, June 16, 2003
- Rikard- I am researching Jahue Rikard of Franklin/Colbert Co. I have lots of info on his family. But I have no specific info on him, my ggrandfather. I am looking for the names of his children and wife (wives). I know only that my grandmother was Burtha Marie Rickard married to Felix Edward Shelton and resided mostly in Florence. Thanks in advance.
- MAXWELL posted by d maxwell on Monday, June 16, 2003
- Looking for the Maxwell family. George H. Maxwell says he was born in Franklin, Ala. in 1834. I believe his father is John P. Maxwell and Mother Eliza Maxwell. Had a brother, John P. Maxwell, Jr. two sisters, Catherine & Margaret. Would love to hear from someone who knows anything about this famiy.
- WALLACE,WALLICE,WALLIS posted by Billie Millsap on Wednesday, June 18, 2003
- I am looking for Tyrie/Tyree (Terry?) Wallis in Franklin and Colbert Counties. Due to the various spellings, and the inability to find more than one or two of the same spelling, I am inclind to believe that I am searching for Terry Wallis. I find Tira Wallis in the 1880 census in Colbert County with wife Mary and children, Ora, Florence, Josephine, Oscar, Samuel and Luther. In the 1860 census I believe I found him again but it is transcribed as "Tiney" Wallice. With him are wife Mary, son George and another son, believed to be Rob (but again,.............) I have Tira born in 1834 and different sources show that he was born in Georgia or South Carolina. The 1860 census also shows next door, a John Wallice who was 58 and born in South Carolina. Maybe this is the father of "Tiney" Wallice. This census also shows wife Jemmima and children: J.A. John W. Samuel Susannah Phillip B. I am interested in corresponding with anybody researching the names Wallis/Wallace or Wallice in this area during this time. Please reply to Billie Molder Millsap email@example.com
- posted by Billie Millsap on Saturday, June 21, 2003
- Does anybody know Wanda Armstrong? She posted a message about Josephine Wallace who married James Monroe Brewer Jr. She was the daughter of Mary Elizabeth Chiles/Childs. I would like to contact her for exchange of info. Her old email address no longer works. Billie Millsap firstname.lastname@example.org
- JACKSON posted by Jim on Saturday, June 28, 2003
- Searching for Walter L. Jackson. He was listed in the 1930 Franklin Co., AL census with wife Beatrice and mother Cornelia. I have not found him in the 1900, 1910, or 1920 census records. He was born about 1871 in Tate Co. MS, married about 1900 probably in Louisville, KY. Searching for wife's maiden name and names of children if any. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Jim
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