HENRY COUNTY ALABAMA

Query Postings June - July 1998

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MALLARD posted by Carol Mallard on Monday, June 1, 1998

MALLARD: Any information concerning E. C. Mallard or P. E. Mallard, and their connection to Henry County would be appreciated. Also, William W. Mallard, the son of E. C. Mallard. I believe William W. Mallard served in the 39th Ala. Inf. Reg. during the Civil War. Children of E. C. Mallard besides William W. Mallard were Harriet C. Mallard, Evaline Mallard, Joseph H. Mallard and Enibley (illegible) Mallard. Thank you for your help.

TATE posted by Addie P. Howell on Saturday, June 6, 1998

A gentleman connected me about his family TATE a while back of Henry Co, Al. I have found some he might be interested in, if he will connect me I will be glad to tell him about it.

BETHUNE, CALLAWAY posted by Cecile Hundley on Tuesday, June 9, 1998

Looking for ancesters of William Calvin BETHUNE b. 20 Sept. 1833 in Meriwether Co. GA m. to Mary Ellen CALLAWAY b. 6 Sept. 1848, possibly in Barbour Co al.

CASSADY, CASSIDY posted by Martha Lackey on Sunday, June 21, 1998

Seeking the family of William CASSIDY,b. c1796 unknown GA Co., but family resided in Henry Co., AL,d. c1874 Tallapoosa, AL; mar. Amias DAVIS 6 Dec 1828 in Harris Co., AL. Who were William's parents? Wm.'s dau. Georgia Ann CASSADY, b. 16 Apr 1832 pro in Henry Co.; mar. James Madison PATRIDGE, b. 11 Oct 1835 and migrated to MS. Will exchange

BANKS, SMITH, WHITEHURST, WOOD posted by Danee Miller Crouch on Thursday, June 25, 1998

Information needed about LEVI S. WHITEHURST who lived in Henry Co, AL in the 1830s and 1840s. Levi m. (2nd) MRS. MARY BANKS SMITH (b. GA) in 1849. They had 1 daughter: MARY ANN WHITEHURST who m. ALEXANDER JEFFERSON MILLER (Civil War capt.) in 1864. Levi d. in 1853 in Barbour Co, AL. Levi had 2 children from his lst marriage to Ann (?): ASA and CYNTHA WHITEHURST. Cyntha later married JAMES WOOD. Offspring from Mrs. Mary Banks (Smith) Whitehurst's first marriage included a son, WILLIAM S. SMITH. Asa Whitehurst d. in about 1855 leaving at least 1 daughter: George Ann Whitehurst

SHIRLEY, SMITH posted by Dan Franklin on Monday, July 6, 1998

Need information on William SHIRLEY b.May 1824, GA. His wife is Zelphy b.1822 d.6 Jun 1886. They are both buried in the Mount Zion Cem, Henry Co, AL. He is listed in the 1855 state census of Henry Co, AL and the 1860 and 1870 censuses. Their first child was named Needom and was born in GA. Where were they at in GA? Is her maiden name SMITH? There is an Elizabeth Smith with them in the 1870 census.

CRAWFORD, STARLING posted by David Crawford on Thursday, July 9, 1998

Are any of these Alabama Crawford's familiar to anyone? I am particularly looking for James Huey's mother and fathers name but don't know where to start. Thanks for any help, you might could get me going again. James Huey Crawford 9/8/1845 Girard, Al 3/15/1932 Married 1/13/1867 Siddie Almira Starling 9/2/1851 Henry Co, Al 6/27/1926 Children Name Birth Place Death Ella N. Crawford 10/17/1868 Henry Co, Al 9/22/1886 Willie E. Crawford 1/22/1872 Henry Co, Al 2/13/1953 James E. Crawford 3/27/1874 Henry Co, Al 11/12/1951 George W. Crawford 9/16/1875 Henry Co, Al 2/13/1880 Hattie A. Crawford 6/10/1876 Henry Co, Al 4/5/1914 Henry H. Crawford 1/7/1881 Henry Co, Al 12/31/1905 Benjamin A. Crawford 7/14/1882 Henry Co, Al 10/1/1947 Fludie A. Crawford 10/16/1884 Dale Co, Al 12/1/1970 Dora B. Crawford 7/2/1887 Dale Co, AL 11/18/1888 Lillie M. Crawford 1/18/1889 Dale Co, Al 6/25/1970 John M. Crawford 4/21/1891 Henry Co, Al 3/3/1974 Oates C. Crawford 4/30/1893 Henry Co, Al 5/14/1981

HARRIS, NEWMAN posted by Lawrence S Harris on Friday, July 10, 1998

Looking for Descendants of Arthur Harris born Feb 1860, ny son of Samuel and Rosetta Newman, his descendants moved to Alabama/ Henry County.

GIBBONS posted by Trixie Luverne Gibbons on Sunday, July 12, 1998

I am trying to find something out about James T Gibbons born in Aug. 1879 and his family. I have a death certificate for James but it said mother and father unknown . His birth place is listed as Coffee County Al. He married a Mattie Davis. This Info. came from his son's death certificate. I am looking for info. on his father James Thomas Gibbons he married a women some of the family say was Martha Green or maybe a woman named Miller Who was a widower from a man named Jeffrey so I am told he came to America from England no idea when. He settled in South Carolina for a while some where on the P. D. River. He was a big Turpentine Dealer it is told. They say he had 500 blacks working for him when he sold out and moved to Al. by river barge. He was to have had two other wives one in England she died there and the others no one knows if he married her in England or the States. There was a first cousin named Peter Gibbons who moved to Texas before the end of world war one. The rest of the Gibbons family followed but returned to Henry Co. Al.In the 1910 census James T. died in Nov. 1953. There were at least 5 children 2 girls and 3 boys that I can account for. If anyone can help me with any of this info. I will be glad to share anything that I have with you.

ARNOLD, KIRKLAND posted by Debbie on Thursday, July 16, 1998

I am trying to research my husband's g-g-grandfather. We believe it to be John S. KIRKLAND b. 1/2/1841 Henry Co, AL d. 3/1/1906 Holmes Co, FL. married Telefair/Ellafair ARNOLD on 7/27/1862 in Henry Co. Are they the parents of Abner Kirkland (my husbands g-grandfather?)

GILPIN, TINGLE posted by Karen Tucker on Sunday, July 19, 1998

Need documentation connecting father to daughter. Benjamin GILPIN Rev.War #S13155 m. Rebecca Potts 29April1789. Landowner Henry Co, AL and Putnam Co.,GA. Daughter Martha Gilpin

TILLER posted by Mary Hatcher on Tuesday, July 21, 1998

Am seeking any information on Benjamin S.L.Tiller. He married 3 times: first to Susan Ward, then to Martha Ridley and last to Mollie ? My grandmother, Lucy E. Tiller, was the last child born to his marriage to Martha. Martha died in 1890.

DELOACH, KING, STOKES posted by Anna Malley Lawson on Saturday, July 25, 1998

Anna Malley Lawson,Route 2,Box 704-Shelbyville, Texas 75973-9658, I am seeking info on my greatgrandfather, John Stokes, married Molly Deloach in Dothan, Alabama. I do not know the date of their marriage, but they had six children who were: Jim, Allen Jackson(my grandfather)B:21-September-1889, William, Lizzy, Nancy Willie Mae Stokes. Allen married Martha Jane King B:31-December-1895.I have no marriage date for them. Jim Stokes moved to Mobile Ala. William moved to Texas. Martha parents were John King And Nancy last name unknown. I was told that she was full blooded indian, and that she still had and indian name when they got married. I need any help I can get on my relation.

MAYBIN posted by cteare on Saturday, July 25, 1998

Searching for family in Henry County @1890s. Issac Maybin married a woman by the name of Minnie Menheim. She is believed to have been a Creek Indian. Issac built houses. They had three children: Ossie or Aussie; Wallace and Issac. Issac the son was known as Mac. Any information is appreciated

MATHIS posted by James Mathis on Saturday, July 25, 1998

MATHIS, Edmond b. in GA in 1816, died in 1895 in Henry Co.AL, buried at Ramah Primitive Baptist Cemetery near Cottonwood, now in Houston Co.AL. His wife was Nancy Mathilda Wilkerson. Seeking info re his parents.

HARDEN posted by Sara Beeland on Wednesday, July 29, 1998

Looking for information on Russell Harden who was found on the 1860 census in Henry Co. AL. He was married to Elizabeth Lanier Harden. They were from SC. I believe he may have died Henry Co. between 1861 -- 1865. She went back to SC before the 1880 census and died there. Will be glad to share information on this family.

COCHRAN, COHRON posted by Ron Hall on Friday, July 31, 1998

My gg-g/father, Nicholas COHRON, of Henry County died in the Civil War. His father, I'm fairly sure, was William Leonidas Cohron, who last appears in census records as a resident of Troup County, GA in 1840. In 1850, his family appears without him in the 1850 census of Chambers Co, AL. I think he had died by that time. However, in 1848, a William L. COCHRAN (the names Cohron and Cochran are interchanged frequently through the years) filed a land claim as a resident of Henry County. If there's any further information available concerning this William L. Cochran, I'd really appreciate hearing about it.

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