PICKENS COUNTY, ALABAMA
Thomas Green Bush

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T. G. Bush, merchant, manufacturer and publicist was born in Pickensville, Pickens County, Alabama on August 19, 1847, the son of Albert P. Bush and Sarah A. Williams, who came from Georgia to Alabama about 1835, settling in Pickens County, where he was in the mercantile business until he moved to Mobile, Alabama in 1852. Sarah A. Williams was daughter of Curtis Williams (member of Alabama Legislature) and his wife, Nancy King. They came from Georgia to near Oxford, Alabama in 1830. Curtis Williams, Sr. also served in the State Legislature.

This page created 21 May 2001. Last Updated 9 April 2008

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