Charity Goodwin 8/2/2003

I am looking for my biological grandfather. All my grandmother will tell me about him is that his name is Elbert KING, and he lived and or worked in the Decatur, Morgan Co., Ala area in about 1954/55. She met him while working in a Diner in Decatur, that he use to come in to about daily or so. Sometime in to the relationship she found out that he was married, so so she tells. a child was born from union Aug 1955. I have been searching for many years for info on him. I would really like to know if I have any Half Uncle and Aunts out there some where. This have been a missing part of my life for sometime.

Wayne Howard 9/9/2003

I have been trying to find information on the William C. Hardage and Malinda Howard-Hardage Family. Malinda descended thru her parents Thomas Howard and Elizabeth Byers-Hardage who lived in Forsyth Co., Ga. from 1846 to about 1860. Thomas Howard, Samuel M. Reese, and William Hardage all moved to Blount Co., AL by the time the 1860 census was taken in Blount Co., AL. The Howard and Hardage Families moved to Morgan Co., AL by the 1870 census but both Thomas Howard and his wife Elizabeth Byers are buried somewhere in Blount Co., AL. I, of course, am trying to find any descendants of this Howard Family and also the Reese and Hardage descendants.

Charles Woolley 9/17/2003

Looking for info on William Brownlow Sams who died in Morgan County sometime after 1880. Any info would be appreciated.

Jane Rankin 9/7/2003

I'm looking for information on David Thomas Rankin who was born in Decatur on August 11, 1893. He is the son of George Franklin Rankin and Dora Bero Rankin.

Willie 9/5/2003

I am researching a Merle Brown line==he married Elizabeth Taylor in Morgan Co. About 1852 I have him on the 1860 census but lost him after that time - I think he was a soldier in the confederate army do you have any records

Divorcedgma@ao.com 8/19/2003

I am looking for information on John Wesley Willams born*1822 married 1st to Martha Edens 1828.The 1850 census for Madison county shows children as Lucy J 1848,and James W 1850. Threir marriage took place in Morgan co Aug 4 1836. The 1870 census for Bedford County Tn has Wesley Williams 1822 wife Frances 1831 children as Catherine 1860,John H 1862 (mine),Jane 1865 and William 1868. James is living next door 1850 with wife Sarah 1850. The 1880 census shows onlyFrances 1831,John H 1862,William B 1868 and Patrick Wesley 1874 .Patrick owned a store in Hartselle at the turn of the century that was located on Main St. It was called Williams Mercantile and at one time it was Williams and Gilliland.Patrick had one son Fred and an adopted daughter Belle Williams Barclay.John H my great grandfather had a daughter named Sarah Frances (Tannie) my grandmother who married Simmie H Lamon, and several other children. I need to know who John Wesleys parents were.They came from Virginia.

Holly Denenny 8/18/2003

Patterson's early 1900 in Decatur. I used to live in a home that a Patterson family lived in in early 1900 (and possibly longer). Found some photos and post cards in a wall. Would love to find decendants of this family so they can have these items.

GayeHall@cs.com 8/1/2003

Need to find survey or online listing of Wise Cemetery. Trying to find proof Drury Stovall,b.1752 was the father of Thomas Stovall b.Jan.24,1794. Can ANYONE help?? It would be deeply appreciated.Would like to apply for DAR membnership on John Stovall Revolutionary War link. E-mail data or info to gayehall@cs.com. My grandmother was the daughter of James Thomas Stovall, the son of Warren Stovall, the son of Thomas Stovall who was the son of Drury Stovall.

Tom McCulloch 7/24/2003

I am looking for information on and any pictures of my G grandfather, WILLIAM BAZEL MCCULLOCH (1859-June 8, 1928, buried in Section 22, Decatur City Cemetery). In 1902 he was one of the three Morgan County Registrars, and in 1919 he was a Morgan County Commissioner. His son's obituary states that W.B. McCulloch of Decatur "contributed largely to the building of every church and school in and around his city."

Jean Clements 7/17/2003

I am looking for any information on Adam Maxteen Schnell; his wife Mary Henne Schnell; children, John Edward, Katherine, Leona, Lulu, Lydia, Phoebe, and Maud. I do have year of birth, would like:Where buried, dates of birth and death Mariages, etc just anything.

Sharon Romine Ayers 7/15/2003

I am looking for information about Thomas J. Kenerly and Elizabeth Kenerly of Joppa, Alabama. Thomas was born July 12, 1845 and died August 18, 1913. Elizabeth was born February 16, 1848 and died December 4, 1910.

Betty 7/5/2003

Wonder if Howard family still living in Morgan County - Searching for Dayme Gerelds family.

Sandy 7/7/2003

On the 1850 census for Morgan Co., Al. there is a Gideon Good on 241. I know that this is my ancestor,Gideon Gooch, as I have a copy of his estate records from Calhoun Co., Al. Jurinda Josephine Gooch is mentioned as his granddaughter. My great great grandfather is also mentioned--- Rosco Hand Gooch. His name is actually Roscahoma Gooch who married Mary Smith in Morgan Co., Al. in 1859. Gideon Gooch died in Calhoun Co., Al. in 1855. Nancy is mentioned as his wife and also Maria is mentioned. In census of 1860 Nancy Gooch is age 60. Also researching my Hudson family.

V.E. 6/28/2003

looking for info on one, Susan Stephens, born 1812 NC and married Wm. Putman Morgan County, Alabama in January 1831. Trying to find the Stephens parent line. NC county of orgin unknown. Wm & Susan left Morgan before 1860 census & went to old Pontotoc Cty Miss...and disappeared after 1860 census.

Norma Smith 6/20/2003

My great grandmother lived at Valarmosa Springs, Morgan Co. Alabama during the time around the Civil War. Her name was Martha Smith. She married James Riley, originally from Pennsylvania. He had been a Union soldier in the Civil War. My grandmother was born February 1897. Her name was Nellie Elizabeth Riley. She married Hilary Grantland in February 1914. My great grandmother was Indian and French as far as I know. I wanted to find out more about her. My grandfather, Hilary Grantland's mother was Mattie Lyle married to Walter Grantland. All of the above was buried at Antioch in Valarmose Springs. Thanks for your help.

Fedupblondie@wmconnect.com 6/17/2003

Katie Pearl Sharp was my great grandmother. On Sept 2, 1907, she gave birth to my grandfather, Bernam Loyd Sharp. My grandfathers father is listed as unknown. This is the information I'm searching for. Anyone who may have any idea who it may have been, please let me know. Katie married William Henry Elliott on April 30, 1912 and they had 7 more children. Whe Katie died at the age of 40, the younger children seem to have been adopted to various families. I would also like to know any information on these children and their descendents. I am also searching for pictures of Katie Pearl Sharp. Thank you!

Andrew Wallace 6/9/2003

Looking for info. on Joel Wallace who came from Sullivan Co. Tn to Morgan Co Al. and was there in the 1850's also looking for info on Thomas, Ruth and Marcellus Wallace some may have moved on to Lauderdale Co and then to Wayne Co Tn.

d.l.bogard@worldnet.att.net 6/8/2003

I am looking for a connection between the Woodall family and the Churchill-Miles-Dunn families. My grandmother was Hattie Dunn, her mother was Elizabeth Belle Miles, and her mother was Martha Churchill. I know Martha Churchill died in New Decatur, AL, probably around 1900's and she had no immediate family in area. However, I have correspondence between Hattie Dunn and Woodalls. I also have a picture of a Callie Woodall as a young woman taken probably between 1910-1920, and on back my grandmother wrote cousin Callie Woodall. If you know of the connection between these families, please contact me.

henson65@mchsi.com 6/4/2003

I am still looking for information on Judge Henson and Nora Chamliss. I know Nora was married before to Thomas Milam in 1913, and had two sons, Cliff and Tennis Milam. Married Judge Henson date unknown and they had 13 children with 3 sets of twins. Nora died in 1954 in Morgan County, Alabama and Judge died in 1968 in the same county.

Melissa 5/28/2003

I am looking for any information on Wilson New He was born in Morgan county. He died Aaron Nov.1976. He was shot and burned in a house fire. I am his granddaughter. I'd like any information that anyone has. He has one living sister Vine, a daughter that is living Judy, 2 sons that died in car accidents Frankie New and Larry New. 2 stepchidren Doris and Edward.

npacks@mindspring.com 5/19/2003

I'm trying to find the grave of Edward McGlawn (maybe William Edward McGlawn) b. 8/4/1816--d.abt. 1909--supposedly lived his last few years with his son Rev. D.S.McGlawn who lived in Athens at that time. Any help appreciated.

pat 5/12/2003

Looking for records on hiriam jackson smith ' gr g' dad also imformation on nathanial green skidmore .civil war papers were passed down . my gr. grandmother was mary jane skidmore, married george blanton. they lived on sand mt. i would like to know how they were related

bmayo_1@msn.com 4/27/2003

I am trying to find anything about Elmira Rutledge who is shown on the 1870 Morgan County census with two sons; William age 10 and Robert age 8. In 1872 she married my great grandfather Cullen J. Mayo in Morgan County and the last record I have of either of the two is when they signed the estate probate records of Henry W. Rutledge in 1876 in Morgan county. That was in the Apple Grove community. Anyone with any information, please contact me

bittickmoh@mindspring.com 4/10/2003

I have just learned that the daughters of my grandfather's brother, William Riggs Newton who died in Tenn. from typhoid fever in 1915, were living with their guardian Ella Huddleston Walker whom I believe was a sister of their mother Mattie J. Huddleston Newton, and in 1916 she petitioned for their monies to be transferred to Morgan Co., AL where they were living. The daughters names were Mary Caroline Newton born Sept. 2, 1902 and Tommie Allen Newton born Sept. 8, 1906. I have no further information, but hoping I might find some cousins from this line.

joannvanboven@sbcglobal.net 4/10/2003

I am looking for information on Carmel or Campbell Wyatt and family they were in Morgan County in 1896. I believe that Carmel or Campbell died in 1901. He had a daughter named Esther and a son named Luke. Esther Wyatt married a man named Mercer. Carmel or Campbell Wyatt wife was named Delila. I believe her maiden name was croy.

Doris Webb Allen 3/26/2003

I am looking for the Smith and Stringer families of Morgan County, Alabama. Especially a Margaret or Catherine Smith and a Margaret or Margie Stringer. Any help would be appreciated. Time period 1800-1870

La Nere Cleveland Williams 3/23/2003

I am searching for the surname of Andrew Jackson Wiley's wife "Elizabeth". I believe they may be the parents of Colorado (Callie) Wiley who married D. Riley Woodall in Morgan County Alabama on 29 Nov 1888.D. Riley Woodall is the son of Robert T. Woodall and his second wife Susan C. Long. Robert T. Woodall is my 3rd grgrandfather. I am just trying to gather information on all of his children. I descend from Robert T. and his first wife Mary Ann Vest.

B. Taylor 3/19/2003

I am researching the FORD family, of Mogan Co. Alabama. and would like to work with anyone researching this family.

Tiffany Hamilton 3/16/2003

I am looking for any info for the following family listed in the 1860 census for Morgan Co. Valentine Hamilton age 28 , Mary age 24 , Mary J. age 4, and Susan age 2, all born in AL. Also two more known children are Lorenzo Dow and John Thomas b. 1871 or 1873. Thanks for you help.

Mike Miller 3/13/2003

Looking for information on James Orson Noble Sr. and Mary (Molly) Watson. They were married in Decatur, Morgan County AL on 1/20/1885. Mary was buried in Basham, Morgan County in April of 1897.

Frank C. Durant 3/9/2003

WHO PURCHASED the Marriage License on February 9, 1830, in Morgan County, AL, to marry James McCANLIS. They reared Seven Children in Meltonsville, Marshall County, Alabama; they were "My" GG-Grandparents, and We KNOW by Natl. Archives Records that "Magara A. Garrison" was "None-other" than "Margery HARDIN", Daughter of Augustine Blackburn Hardin Sr. and Mary Elizabeth Garner, of Columbia, Maury County, Tennessee. This data has been "Handed-down" for ages by Our Ancesters! BUT, We Do-NOT Know WHY my Grandmother married under the "Alias-name" of "Magara A. GARRISON"?? Any Information Apprecated.

Katherine Holley 3/8/2003

I am researching my GGGrandfather, Jacob Alexander, b. TN?, d. 16 Jan 1882, St. Francois Co., MO, m. Jane Harkins Crow, 12 Sep 1833, Morgan Co., AL. Ch: James & Alice Catherine, b Al., William, Mary Elizabeth (my GGrandmother) Francis Marion, John Dickerson, Joseph, Luther Thompson and Molenda Jane, all born in MO. I would like to find out the names of Jacob's parents, birthplace, etc.

Janie (Brown)Dalrymple 3/5/2003

Robert R. Brown b.1836 d. 1901 & Betty J. Brown b. 1851 d. 1898. Looking for anybody in Morgan Co. that could be relatives. They were my great grandparents. I would like to find a relative that I might purchase a copy of photo of them.

Williams2052@msn.com 2/22/2003

Joseph CALVERT married Delila BARTLETT on October 27, 1863, in Morgan County, AL. They had five children, born in Morgan County: Joseph Wiley, Elizabeth, Eliza, Delila, and Henry. I would like to exchange information with others connected to this family.

BR Conolly@aol.com 2/20/2003

Green Berry Ray m. Catherine B. Collins 16 Feb. 1826 in Morgan County. She was daughter of John Collins and Mahalia Sehorn Collins. Green B. Ray b. 1802 Greenville, SC; Moved to Itawamba Co., Miss. before 1850 to join proven brothers, Solomon and John. Need names of parents of Green B. Ray.

Billy Mayo 2/6/2003

I am interested in the maiden name or name of the deceased husband of Elmira An Rutledge, age 30, shown in the 1870 census of Morgan County with two sons; William 10, and Robert 8. She was one of the administrators of the estate of Henry W. Rutledge who died in 1870 and estate was probated in 1876. Please contact me with any info.

Teresa Wilbanks 2/5/2003

I trying to sort through all of the Morrows that were in Morgan County. I believe they are all related and I'm having a difficult time matching them up. My ggrandfather was James Morrow. I have found three James Morrows in the area 1800 - 1900. I believe that my James Morrow was married to Elizabeth Elders (he also probably had at least two other wives). They were parents of Robert Wesley, Wilbert John, Lorena, Ida, and James. He also had a son Albert from a previous marriage. I have a Samuel M. Morrow and James Monroe Morrow sons of Samuel A. Morrow and Mary Jane McCutcheon. Charles A. Morrow married to Otelia West. Henry Morrow married to Lucinda Givens.

Dan Taylor 1/29/2003

I am looking for the grave site of a Civil War veteran, Union Soldier named Augustus Taylor from 2nd Tennessee Cavalry who died October 6, 1864 probably from wounds received in a skirmish in Athens, Alabama which occured on October 2, 1864. I have spoken to a few historians in Athens and they said that a soldier wounded in Athens would probably have been taken to a Union garrison in Decatur for medical treatment. I am trying to find out where this young man is buried. He is the only relative that fought in the Civil War from our family. Often civil war parks have graves in them and I thought you might know of some or know of some local historian that might help me locate this soldier.

Crickway@aol.com 1/27/2003

I'm seeking information on my grandfather Almus Winkles of Cole Spring Alabama. He was married to Nora Jennings, daughter of William and Martha Jennings.

Stan Hutson 1/23/2003

Looking for ANY information on James "Jugg" WILHITE born about 1860 and his wife Willie E. MORRIS, born 1870. Listed on 1900 Morgan County Census. Both died in 1901 leaving my g-grandfather and his brothers and sisters as orphans. Trying to establish who the parents of James WILHITE and Willie MORRIS might be. They are buried at Lebanon Cemetery in Falkville, Alabama. I believe James WILHITE might be the son of either Alfred McCoy WILHITE or Jackson Warren WILHITE (these two are brothers). Any help highly appreciated as I am stuck.

Karen Smith 1/22/2003

I am trying to determine the family of Elizabeth McGuire Wright. She was married to William Wright in GA. He was deceased by 1850 in Cobb County, GA, where Elizabeth and the children lived. There were several Wright and McGuire families in 1850 Cobb County, GA. However, I have not connected Elizabeth with the McGuire's. I feel these were her family, for she named children the same names. She moved to Morgan County, AL by the latter 1850s as her son George was on the Mortality Schedule for 1859, then the family was on the 1850 census. Some of the census records give NC as the birth state for Elizabeth.

Joe Lamons 1/17/2003

I was surprised none of the Lamons/Lemons in Huntsville had made the updates for the website.Mordecai Lamons arrived in Morgan County (from Robeson County NC) prior to 1809. I believe they came with a James Black (Father in Law). Most of the family remains in Alabama ever since. I used to disscuss the family tree with a Dan Lemon who said he had seen documents from when Mordecai Lamons ran a Ferry across the Tennesee River (with lodging) and also documents where Mordecai contracted to build roads for Huntsville. While much of the original land was donated to the state to build a school and church, I heard the original homestead site exist on a someones land (a doctors), and that the cemetary was in poor shape as the grave stones were sinking into the ground. The USGS site Lamons Cemetary (on the Newsome Sink) is suppose to be at the original homestead.

hidalgo36@onemain.com 1/3/2003

We are trying to find out who were the people in Thomas Peyton or Payton family and if he had another family earlier in his life.(I notice he was at least 60 in the 1830 densus.) We were told that Elijah Peyton from Giles Co TN might have been one of his sons. Thomas was married to Nancy Griffin.

mbaker1@se.rr.com 1/3/2003

I am searching for my Woodall line in Morgan co. I know that my ggrandfather was Walter Douglas Woodall. His father was Robert L. Woodall married to Sallie Sparkman on August 6, 1887.. Then I found Robert L. Woodall under his parents and siblings on a 1880 census record for morgan co. They are: Robert T. Woodall (father)/bd:1821 Susan C. (Long) Woodall (mother) /bd:1828 America A. & Martha A. Woodall (daughters)/bd:1854 & 1866(in order)John Z., Robert L., Doctor R., & James D. Woodall (sons)/(in order) bd: 1859, 1861, 1863, & 1869.

Jerry & Lanell Turney-Sims 1/2/2003

I am looking for any information concerning the Vest-Turney Family. I have old photos I am willing to share.Sarah Vest and Daniel Turney were married in Morgan County. They had a son Jonathan Henry Turney; who had a son Marion Clyde Turney; who had a son, Gerald Turney. I am Gerald's daughter. I have some photos that family members may want and I will gladly send them.I am really looking for any information on Daniel Turney.

Ann Johnson-Murphree 12/18/2002

My grandfather was P.M. Vest of Hartselle and Decatur Alabama. He married Ira Mae White. I am in search of information on either grandparent and their families. I am also searching for information on W.T. Murphree who was married to Lillian (Lemay or Lamay) Murphree.

Jay Carter 12/16/2002

I am looking for Census Information on Charles W. Price. The information that I have has him listed on the 1860 census on Image 320, Roll M653_19, Page 317, Township Somerville. I would like to know what information is listed for this person and if he has relatives listed with him. The Charles Price that I am looking for would have a wife by the name of Hannah G. Price and a daughter by the name of Anna M. Price. He would be approximately 50 years old. Hopefully, this is the Charles Price that I am searching for. He is my Great Great Great grandfather.

LuAnn 12/6/2002

I am trying to find more info on a Jane Harkins Crow b. Nov 11, 1814 in Decatur, Morgan County AL. Any help greatly appreciated.

Karin 11/27/2002

I am searching for James A. Jennings. He was born in 1862 tn and died in 1937 morgan co, ala. Married Sarah Dishman. I am trying to find his parents etc. I am at lost with line. I know he was in the Marshall co, Tn in 1900 and the Morgan co, Ala in 1910. Can anyone help me with my search. Thank you for your time and effort.

ddavis@txi.com 11/18/2002

I am trying to find information on my Great Grandfather Jessie Augustus Lane (JAL) Davis. In 1908, he was interviewed at a Civil War Reunion in Texas, where he had moved to from Alabama in 1856). He told of having been a school teacher in Decatur, Alabama from 1848 (he was 17) to 1856. I am trying to find out what schools were in existence in Decatur at that time and where to look for records.

Peter Gold 11/3/2002

Would like to work with those searching the BULLOCK family. Flossie Mae Bullock, born May 02 1903, Morgan Co, daughter of Felix Oscar Bullock, married Conrad McDaniel of Etowah Co Ala. Flossie died Huntsville, Nov 1981. Some say she is buried in Pensacola, Fla. Can you help please? 4865 Rainbow Drive Rainbow City Ala 35906.256 442 3119

Annie Wagoner Spalding 11/6/2002

GULLIONLooking for information on John William Gullion, born in 1879 In Morgan county .I can find no informationon him


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