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Markham, Benjamin: I am searching for information about my
grandmother, Elvira Carruth and my grandfather, Benjamin Markham. I believe
Elvira was born in Beaverton, Al on or around 3/17/1884. I believe she died in
Detroit, AL 9/15/1967. My grandfather died around 1936 in or around Detroit,
AL. I have been unable
Mason, Edmond/Edward: I'm looking for any
info. on Edward/Edmond Mason he spent from 1830 to 1860 census in Ala. He was
born in Virginia in 1790, might have been in Knoxville TN. area in 1810 census
but was in Rutherford Co. TN. on 1820 census, then into Ala. from 1830 on
census. I'm looking for anything on his early life and parents. He joined the
army for the War of 1812 in Knoxville TN.
MAY, Nora: Searching for information on Nora May. info known: dob: June 2, 1878 - oldest child of J.F. May and Fannie Marchbanks; married Darling Hollis Jackson Feb. 5, 1898 in Sulligent AL. Contact: Pat Mills firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennings, Cobb, Cunningham, McAdams, Yandell, Pollard - researching these family lines in Lamar County 1840-1900 (in Fayette County prior to 1867). Please contact Alan Jennings @ email@example.com if you have any information on these family lines. Thank you! Alan Jennings Long Beach, CA 3/22/03
McAfee, Dan R.: Dan R. McAfee is buried at New Home in Tilden, MS. I would like to find a marriage license or some document on him. Dan R. McAfee 12/7/1869 to 1/31/1959 Dan was married to Mary Stephens. Mary is buried in Tippah County MS. Elaine McAfee firstname.lastname@example.org
McClain, Mary Catherine Hewlett: I am researching Mary Catherine Hewlett McClain that was in Lamar Co. in 1880. I am looking for her gravesite. She was the wife of Allen Boston McClain. Margaret Murphy email@example.com 10/18/02
MCDONALD, Allan: In the Lamar County, AL, area, my direct lines are from Jefferson C. LEE, Allan McDONALD, and Green Jackson NICHOLS. Associated lines are McCLESKEY, CODY, YOUNG, RITTER, PENNINGTON, EVANS, PHILLILPS, BULLARD, CANTRELL, TURNER, and others. I would especially be interested in corresponding with anyone researching or related to my direct LEE and NICHOLS lines as I have little on these families before their arrival in Alabama. Contact Sharon Shumate at firstname.lastname@example.org
Minor, Coleman: abt 1790 -1850, need wife's name and his parents, where from and any other info. He had the following children: Mathew Martin 1825-unk, Chandler 1805- unk, Oswell 1805-unk, Alford 1821-unk James l, unk-unk, Nicholass 1812-unk,John 1820-unk , William, 1814-unk,Mary a. abt 1830- unk. My line goes from Coleman to Mathew Minor to Julian Creed, to Easton Creed to Edith Mae Minor Otts. Any and all new info appreciated. Mackey Wayne Otts E-mail email@example.com
MOORE, John Thomas: b. ca. 1848 SC d. 3 Sep
1918 Lamar County, AL m. Sarah Tucker SANDERS (dau. of Isaac Henry SANDERS and
Mary C. WRIGHT) - found 1860 Fayette Co., AL census, 1870 Sanford Co. census,
1880, 1900 & 1910 Lamar Co. census records. Earliest record found is from
Fayette Co., AL - In Sept. 1858, Benjamin P. Wheeler was appointed master of
John T. Moore, a minor aged 11.
Moore, Nannie: Thomas CHRISTIAN and Nannie
MOORE also were in the Larmar Co and Lee Co area. Thomas Christians mother was
Rachel and he had many older half sisters. Rachel was married at least three
times. Any information on these lines would be appreciated.
MORTON, James M.: I'm writing this, hoping to correct some misinformation. James M. Morton is my ancestor.
He is the son of Dr. James B. Morton and Mary Malloy (not Mary Brown as commonly thought).
The Death Certificate of James M. Morton's younger brother, Dr. Thomas Clark Morton, states his mother's name as Mary Malloy.
There is a genealogy in the Vernon library done by Ellie Cumi Morton that lists Dr. James B. Morton's wife as Mary Brown. This information is incorrect and has spread far and wide. I hope we can correct some of it.
James A. Hankins Estate Inventory
James A. Hankins Estate sale inventory
A List of the sale of James A. Hankins Disease [Deceased?] October 31st 1855 as follows
1 Cow and yearling D.H. Miller for 10.25 D. H. Miller
1 Brindle Cow $9.25 D. H. Miller
1 Heifer 7.75 Isaih Stanford
1 Blk Heifer 6.25 Thos. Hankins
1 Grey Mule 71.00 Wm. W. Hawkins
1 " Mule 55.00 Wm. B. Taylor
1 Saddle $9.00 Stephen Hankins
1 Clock 3.00 Lavisa Hankins
1 Grind Stone 75" Lavisa Hankins
James M. Morton
Original in possession of Gale and Virginia Sanders, transcription by Paul Hays, April 2004
[James A. Hankins: James Alexander M. Hankins, 12/27/1832 1855, (the Deceased) son of Martha Morton & John Miller Hankins, husband of Lavisa A. Clearman, daughter of Margaret P. Rush & John Van Clearman;
D. H. Miller relationship to the Deceased, if any, unknown;
Isaih Stanford: Isaiah Stanford - relationship to the Deceased, if any, unknown;
Thos. Hankins: Thomas George Anderson Hankins, 11/10/1829 - c. 4/13/1864, brother of the Deceased;
Wm. B. Taylor: William Burton Taylor, 4/9/1818 2/27/1863, brother-in-law of the Deceased;
Stephen Hankins, c. 1805 c. 1870, uncle of the Deceased;
Lavisa Hankins: Lavisa A. Clearman, c. 1831 - ?, widow of the Deceased;
James M. Morton, the Court Clerk, was James Mackison Morton, son of Mary A. Brown & Dr. James B. Morton, and probably a first cousin of the Deceased] Doris Jones firstname.lastname@example.org
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