HENRY COUNTY ALABAMA

Query Postings December 1998

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COXWELL, STOKES posted by Diana Smithson on Tuesday, December 1, 1998

I am looking for any information on the following family members: William W. STOKES b. abt 1827 md 11 Jun 1854 Randolph Co. GA Lydia Jane COXWELL and their children: George Lafayette b. 27 Jun 1855 Henry Co., AL; Mary Jane b. 26 Jun 1857 Henry Co. AL; Nancy E. b. abt 1859 Henry Co., AL. I have found this family on the 1860 Henry Co. AL Census but by 1870 Lydia Jane was remarried and was living in Butler Co. AL. William W. served in the Civil War but have been unable to locate any service records for him. He was to have been killed while on his way home at the end of the war. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

HICKS, HIX, STEALEY posted by Jeanette Hicks Crane on Wednesday, December 2, 1998

Trying to determine if the Merritt Hicks/Hix that married Piety Stealey/Steeley on 28 May 1870 is my ggrandfather. I know that my ggrandfather married Sarah Jane Wright on 14 Jan 1873, also in Henry County. My gggrandfather was Samuel James Hix/Hicks. Thanks.

BEARD, DOUGLAS, DOUGLASS, HELMS, HOWARD, JOHNSON posted by Karon Bosze on Friday, December 4, 1998

Seeking further information on the family of Harmon(d) or Hammon(d) HOWARD and wife Charlotte (maiden name unknown). They were from GA originally and were in Sumter Co., GA in 1850. By 1860, they were living in Columbia, Henry Co., AL and are indexed as COWARD in the 1860 AL Census index by Vern Jackson. They had at least 3 children: 1. Elizabeth A. HOWARD, b. 21 Sep 1847, [Sumter Co.,] GA 2. W. H. HOWARD (son), b. ca. 1854, [Sumter Co.,] GA 3. Thomas J. HOWARD b. ca. Aug-Nov 1859, [Henry Co.,] AL Harmon/Hammon died 1860-1870. Charlotte remarried to Edward BEARD (possibly Edward Francis BEARD, a neighbor, who was enumerated in the 1860 census as "Francis". Charlotte's gravestone reads that she was the wife of E.F. BEARD and both she and Edward are buried at the Camp Springs Baptist Church cemetery, outside of Columbia, AL. Elizabeth was known as Lizzie and was married to Lewis LaFayette "Fette" DOUGLAS(S), s/o Lewis and Mary DOUGLAS(S). She is my 3rd GGM. Her granddaughter, Bertha Mae HELMS married William Winfred JOHNSON (s/o Henry Washington JOHNSON and Sarah Delilah ARNOLD). W.H. HOWARD is believed to be William H. HOWARD, b. 16 Dec 1853, d. 13 Nov 1820, buried at Camp Springs Baptist Church cemetery. Thomas J. "Tom" HOWARD was possibly married to a woman with the initials "S.L." and had daughters Alice (b. 18 Dec 1885, d. 5 Jan 1886) and Ollie, who married my great-uncle, Donnie Lee JOHNSON (s/o Henry Washington JOHNSON and Sarah Delilah ARNOLD). Ollie died at a young age. I'm seeking ancestors of Hammon/Harmon HOWARD and Charlotte and am also seeking their descendants. Any and all help gratefully accepted. Will reciprocate as much as possible.

HICKS, PEARCE posted by Jeanette Hicks Crane on Sunday, December 6, 1998

I have a John D. Pearce, b. abt. 1852 m. Tabethia Hix/Hicks around 1875. Children born were James, Lilla (Lela), Jennie Viola, Lona E., Larkin T., Pearl L. and Chester. Is there a connection between your Pearce and this family. Larkin appears to have married Sabie Noblin Apr 18, 1909.

HUDSPETH, OATES posted by Jacob L. Bateman III on Sunday, December 6, 1998

I am seeking all the information that I can on a Johnnie OATES who may have married a HUDSPETH. Or vise verse a Leanne OATES is also connected to them. They may be descendants of William OATES of Abbeville. He was Governor in 1894. If there is anyone doing research on this family please contact me. Am seeking info for someone else. Contact me at LBate18495@aol.com or write me Jacob L. Bateman III 3870 Strathmore Drive Montgomery Alabama 36116-4614.

GRIFFIN, SEARCY, TEW posted by Sherry Tew on Wednesday, December 9, 1998

Looking for any information on Isaac J. Tew (Born 27 Dec. 1868 and Died 24 April 1932) who resided in Henry County. Married to Mollie Pitts and her sister Matilda Pitts. Father was Hezekiah Tew and Sint Tilly Tew. I think his brother was L. F. Tew who married Amanda Winnie Pitts. Also information on Isaac Burley Tew who married Nellie Griffin (daughter of James Albert Griffin and Maddy Searcy.

TEW posted by Larry J. Tew on Thursday, December 10, 1998

I have information concerning Hezekiah Tew, who was born September 6, 1836, in Barbour County, Alabama. I would be glad to share any and all information that I have in return for any info that you may have.

HANNA, WALDEN posted by Peggy Walden Martin on Thursday, December 10, 1998

Moses Walden, b. 1804, m. Jane Hanna in Jefferson Co. GA 1829, was listed in 1850 Henry Co. AL census with wife and children.Searching for relatives of Moses or Jane.

BROWN, MARLEY, MCGILVRAY posted by James D. McGilvray on Thursday, December 10, 1998

I am searching for the father of my grandmother, Lydia Anne Brown. She married Christopher C. McGilvray in Union Springs about 1880. Christopher's mother Harriett Marley McGilvray filed for a confederate widows pension in Henry Co 22 April 1915. Lydia Anne had brothers named Johnathon and Jessie and the father's name may have been Johnathon. He died while serving the Confederate States during the Civil War.

FENN, HOLMES, PARKER posted by Helen Stanford on Saturday, December 12, 1998

SALLIE HOLMES married Stephen Pope Parker 1861 Henry Co Al I am looking for her parents. She was born in 1840. Parker married H. Fenn after Sallie died. I would like to correspond with any one who has any information about this family.

COOK, KING, NORRIS, ROBERSON posted by Charles Harris on Sunday, December 13, 1998

I am researching Mary Norris who resided in Henry County, AL as early as 1830. Her estate settlement was filed by her son Hardy K. Norris NOV 27 1847. The estate settlement listed the following children: James, Daniel, Hardy K., [ ]Norris wife of Daniel King, [ ]Norris wife of James King, [ ]Norris wife of Evander Cook, Mary Norris, and Nancy Norris. James, Hardy K. and possibly other children moved to Pike and Bullock County about 1850. James married Elizabeth Roberson 10/4/1831 in Henry County. Hardy K. was a Creek Indian War Veteran and enlisted at Eufaula May 17, 1836. He married Susan J. Gardner in Pike County 12/28/1863. He died in 1897 in Perote, Bullock County, AL. I would like to share additional information with anyone who is researching these ancestors.

PARRAMORE posted by Addie P. Howell on Monday, December 14, 1998

Looking for information on the family of James Parramore they lived in Henry Co, Al. Would like to know when he died and where he is buried.

DURHAM, MCLENDON, SANDERS posted by Russell Mclendon on Wednesday, December 16, 1998

LOOKING FOR THE PARENTS OF NANNIE SANDERS DURHAM MARRIED TO CHARLIE ANN MCLENDON 6 FEB 1877

DURHAM, SANDERS posted by Russell Mclendon on Wednesday, December 16, 1998

LOOKING FOR NANNIE SANDERS DURHAM PARENTS FOM HENRY COUNTY

HOLLAND, KING posted by Jim King on Thursday, December 17, 1998

I am looking for information on an Arthur King, who may have been J.A. King, James A. or John A. King. He had a wife named Nancy, last name unknown. family oral history says that he came from Abbeville, Al(Henry Co. Al.) or Sc. I can find no records at all in South Carolina. Arthur/ JA King was born 1789-1800. Married a Nancy and had a son by the name of George F. King born about 1818. Marrried Malissa Holland. Had a large family in Limestone county Al in 1850-1865

DELOACH, KING, STOKES posted by Anna Malley Lawson on Friday, December 18, 1998

I am still trying to get any info on Stokes,King and Deloach of Henry Co.Ala. I have been unable to get any info on them. Any and all info will be greatly appericated. I am the granddaugher of Allen Jackson Stokes and Martha Jane King who was born in Henry Co.Dothun Ala. I don't not have there parents.I only have Martha Jane sister name Maraget and the brothers and sister to Allen witch or William Stokes Married Nettie Lee and moved to Texas.Jim Stokes Jim married Ada(unkown) and moved close to Mobile Sister to Allen or Lizzie Stokes,Williemae Stokes Willie mae and William were twins there was another sister but I don't have her name.

ADAMS, ALLEN, ANGLIN, ASKEW, BLACKSHEAR, WALLER posted by Valerie Adams on Sunday, December 27, 1998

Searching for parents of Matthew Tolbert Allen (b. June 20, 1829 GA)of Henry County, AL. Married Frances Mourning Blackshear (b. 1832 Henry Co.,AL). Frances is daughter of Randolph (Randall) Blackshear & Kathryn Anglin. Children of Matthew Tolbert & Frances Mourning (Blackshear) Allen are: Sarah Catherine m. John William Jones; William Tolbert m. Eliza Jane Barber; Esther Melissa m. Jasper Newton Sasser; James David m. Mary S. "Molly" Hales; Martha Ella m. John Homer Adams. Other linking surnames to this family are Waller and Askew.

GRANBERRY, HODGES posted by Jennifer Williams on Monday, December 28, 1998

Jackson Hodges b circa 1850 married ? Granberry. Their son Robert Jackson Hodges b 1888 in Henry Co, Al married Mamie Hodges. I am looking for information on any of these ancestors. Help will certainly be appreciated.

ROLEY, STRICKLAND posted by Joel Lee Grantham on Monday, December 28, 1998

i am researching the bell roley family of henry county al. bell was shown as living in hery couty on the 1850 census. he had the following children elizabeth roley b. 1840>ga. sarah roley b. 1844.>1844>al jincy roley b.>1847> ga. dicy roley B.>1849> ga. bells wife was listed as martha (?) b.1825> ga. it is believed that jincy roley m. eli strickland abt. 1879. if this is the gincy that im looking for then she would be my g-gmother. if any one has any info please let me know. i have info i will share.

TEW posted by Mary Ann Nichols on Thursday, December 31, 1998

Allen Tew was born January 05, 1818 in Sampson Co., North Carolina, and died June 23, 1893 in Brundidge, Alabama. He married Sarah "Sally" Benton, daughter of Samuel Benton and Sarah. Notes for Allen Tew: Troy Democrat, July 1, 1893: "Mr. Allen Tew, an old and highly respected citizen of Pike County, died at his home near Banks last Friday Night, and was buried at Brundidge Saturday. He was long a member of the Primitive Baptist Church and his death is a loss to that demomination." Troy Messenger, June 22, 1893:-"We regret to chronicle the fact that Uncle Allen Tew, who lives 10 miles east of Troy, was stricken with paralysis on last Saturday the 10th inst. His family were very much alarmed that his symptoms indicate that he will rally soon. The old gentleman has just passed his 75th year of a well spent life." June 29, 1893:"Uncle Allen Tew, whose illness we mentioned last week, died at his home near Pronto Friday night. He was about 75 years of age, lived many years a highly respected citizen of Pike Co. and had a host of friends. He was a member of the Primitive Baptist church and lived up to its teachings. His funeral and interment took place at Brundidge last Saturday. Peace to his ashes." Article 1891 Troy Messenger "Some Old People" column: "The above named gentlemen was born in Sampson County, NC in 1818 and is therefore, seventy-four years old. He came with his parents to Barbour County when quite a small boy and remained there for many ears. He was then married and raised a family of ten children, all of whom are living near him. He came to Pike in 1872 and has resided here ever since. Mr. Tew fought desperately in the skirmishes with the Indians in 1836. Although he was forty-five years old, he shouldered his musket in 1863 and fought for the South. Mr. Tew has fifty-eight granadchildren. He is a member of the Primitive Baptist Church at Brundidge. He is a very old man though he says he can dhop an acre of cotton or walk twenty-five miles in a day. He is remarkable for his perseverance, industry, and honesty." Children of Allen Tew and Sarah Benton are: 2 i. Drucilla Tew, born November 1842. She married Willis Bass December 23, 1857 in barbour Co., AL. 3 ii. Cintilla Tew, born June 05, 1844 in Barbour Co., AL; died March 03, 1925 in Barbour Co., AL. She married Hezekiah Tew February 05, 1861 in Barbour Co., AL. 4 iii. Peter Francis Tew, born February 14, 1846 in Alabama; died September 19, 1910. He married Caroline Salona "Callie" Long February 11, 1868 in Blue Springs, Barbour Co., Alabama. Notes for Peter Francis Tew: CSA Co. B., 57th Alabama 1880 Pike Peter F. TEW 32 Caroline 28 Jane 11 Elizabeth 9 Mollie 5 William Henry 2 Mattie Lee 1 5 iv. James Allen Tew, born November 16, 1847 in Barbour Co., AL. He married P. Jane Lister January 12, 1871 in Barbour Co., AL. Notes for James Allen Tew: CSA Co G, Alabama 27th Infantry 6 v. Isaac J. Tew, born April 1850 in Barbour Co., AL. He married Hester Ann Lester November 24, 1870 in Barbour Co., AL. 7 vi. Levi H. Tew, born February 14, 1852 in ALabama; died April 21, 1932 in Pike Co, AL. He married Nancy A. Woodham. 8 vii. Leroy Tew, born November 21, 1853 in ALabama; died April 21, 1937 in Pike Co, AL. He married Hettie Jane Bryant December 12, 1878 in Pike Co, AL. 9 viii. Sarah Z. Tew, born April 22, 1858 in Alabama; died June 27, 1920. She married William M. Fralish February 01, 1880 in Pike Co, AL. 10 ix. Daniel M. Tew, born July 22, 1860 in Pike Co, AL; died December 14, 1927 in Pike Co., AL. He married Anna E. Mulkey Abt. 1883. 11 x. Hezekiah J. Tew, born February 26, 1862 in Pike Co, AL; died February 25, 1938 in Pike Co, AL. He married Nettie Mae Ferguson June 03, 1894 in Pike Co, AL.

TEW posted by Sherry Tew on Thursday, December 31, 1998

I would be interested in swapping information on the Tew's who settled in Henry County. My Aunt Caroline has been collecting information from tombstones and from other relatives, however many of the older relatives that knew the verbal history of the family and how everyone connected are now dead. There seemed to have been many common names within the family so that makes it a little hard when you are not close to the courthouse you need to visit.

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