Experience's Children
You are currently anonymous Log In
 

Notes


Matches 201 to 250 of 5,595

      «Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 112» Next»

   Notes   Linked to 
201 A genealogical history of the Ficklin family.
by Walter Homan Ficklin
(Denver: The W.H. Kistler Press, 1912)
pg. 64
on GoogleBooks as of 23 Nov 2011

86. Daniel Ficklen (II), son of Daniel (I) and Delilah (Leonard) Ficklen, was born 13 April, 1810. Married Achsah Van Dyke Anderson, Thursday, 5 February, 1835. Achsah Anderson was born 24 August, 1815. They lived at Elizaville, Kentucky. He died in 1847, leaving four children:
*249. Lucy Pickett.
*250. Charles Leonard.
*251. AmeliaS.
*252. Elizabeth.
[Achsah Ficklen survived her husband, and afterwards married Arthur Berry. Two children were born: Austin Berry, born 15 June, 1852, who is living in Owensboro, Kentucky, and Mary Ellen Berry, born 14 January, 1859.]

Note pg. 48: Data concerning Daniel Ficklen and descendants has been taken from the old Bible and from a booklet entitled "Excerpta from the Genealogies of the Dorsey. Anderson, Ficklen, and Miller Families," compiled by Achsah Van Dyke Miller-Taylor, of Louisville, Ky., and Florence Griffith-Miller, of Asheville, N. C, and also from letters written by Mrs. Leila M. Ficklen, of Memphis, and Wm. T. Ficklen, of Paris, Ky. 
Anderson, Achsah Van Dyke (I10722)
 
202 A genealogical history of the Ficklin family.
by Walter Homan Ficklin
(Denver: The W.H. Kistler Press, 1912)
pg. 64
on GoogleBooks as of 23 Nov 2011

86. Daniel Ficklen (II), son of Daniel (I) and Delilah (Leonard) Ficklen, was born 13 April, 1810. Married Achsah Van Dyke Anderson, Thursday, 5 February, 1835. Achsah Anderson was born 24 August, 1815. They lived at Elizaville, Kentucky. He died in 1847, leaving four children:
*249. Lucy Pickett.
*250. Charles Leonard.
*251. AmeliaS.
*252. Elizabeth.
[Achsah Ficklen survived her husband, and afterwards married Arthur Berry. Two children were born: Austin Berry, born 15 June, 1852, who is living in Owensboro, Kentucky, and Mary Ellen Berry, born 14 January, 1859.]

Note pg. 48: Data concerning Daniel Ficklen and descendants has been taken from the old Bible and from a booklet entitled "Excerpta from the Genealogies of the Dorsey. Anderson, Ficklen, and Miller Families," compiled by Achsah Van Dyke Miller-Taylor, of Louisville, Ky., and Florence Griffith-Miller, of Asheville, N. C, and also from letters written by Mrs. Leila M. Ficklen, of Memphis, and Wm. T. Ficklen, of Paris, Ky. 
Ficklin, Daniel (I10824)
 
203 a GUESS based on birth of first known child Van Dyke, Achsah (I10704)
 
204 a GUESS based on birth of last child and wife’s remarriage Sivils, Abner "Ab" (I3937)
 
205 a guess based on date of first marriage Anderson, Frances Almira (I1874)
 
206 a GUESS based on date of marriage Brickey, Agnes (I4823)
 
207 a GUESS based on date of marriage Carnahan, Aaron (I8133)
 
208 a GUESS based on date of marriage Haines, Almeda (I8810)
 
209 a GUESS based on date of marriage Anklin, Ada Bell (I10385)
 
210 a GUESS based on husband remarrying Webb, Elva N. L. (I12952)
 
211 A GUESS that this is a son of Mary based on his living near her known son Allen Hatley, James H. (I14191)
 
212 A GUESS that this is the Shead White who was the father of Cora White Eldridge White, Shead (I13513)
 
213 A GUESS that this son is his son Thomas Scott, Thomas (I13589)
 
214 A light stroke; apoplexy Ketner, Julia A. (I11112)
 
215 A lot of McKnights getting married in Wilson Co. TN in 1820 McKnight, Isabella (I6250)
 
216 a possible for the missing Martha in 1900:
State Missouri
County Jasper
Joplin Township
s.d. 13, e.d. 46, Sheet No. 18B
13 June 1900 by Hardy P. Davis
line 86, [household numbers crossed out] TOTTEN, Belle Head[crossed out] wife WF Oct 1881 18 M 2 1/0 Missouri Missouri Missouri Owns House Free of mortgage
HARRYMAN, Martha Mother WF Nov 1854 45 W 4/4 Missouri Kentucky Kentucky
line 88, 361/361 TOTTEN, Charles Husband[crossed out] Head WM Jan 1876 24 M 2 Missouri Missouri Missouri Zinc miner
GILBREATH, Jennie Boarder WF Sept 1876 23 S Iowa Indiana Iowa Music Teacher 
McRae, Martha Harriett (I6532)
 
217 About 1990, we were all at Aunt Carolyn's for family Christmas. Carolyn's new step-granddaughter Trishina Anson was there. Her mother had been hollering her name all day, and it was clearly getting on Trish's nerves. After we were all sitting in the big present-opening circle, her mother kept yelling, "Trishina! Trishina!," trying to get her attention. Finally Trish burst out, "I hate my name! I wish it were just 'Trish'", and Grandma Hamby leaned over and said, "That's okay sweetie, everyone calls me Georga, but my name's Georgina." You could have heard a pin drop. That's the first time any of her children or grandchildren knew that her first name wasn't actually 'Georga'. That's when it also came to light that she'd given herself the middle name 'Carolyn' and named her first daughter that.

Aunt Dolly Gilbreath Hall says her middle name was "Ruth", she says she didnt have one...records found after her death indicate her given name was Georgina Isabel Jackson. 
Jackson, Georgina Isabel "Georga Carolyn" (I4383)
 
218 Abstract from Newton County, Missouri Abstract Comp., Neosho, MO
State of Missouri
Newton County

Now on this day comes James T. Boyd and being duly sworn upon his oath states that he is a son of John Boyd, deceased, who entered and patented the N 1/2, NE 1/4 Sec 5, Twp 25, Range 31, June 1, 1845, that the said John Boyd died intestate in the year 1846 leaving as his widow, Martha Boyd, who died about 1852 and as his children the following named persons: David F. Boyd, William M. Boyd, Ibbie Boyd, Rose Boyd, Joseph Alexander Boyd, John W. Boyd, Joel M. Boyd, Martha Boyd, James T. Boyd & Margaret S.E. Boyd. Ibbie Boyd married John Boyd, a cousin, and died about 1857 leaving 3 children, Elizabeth, William Y., & Ruann. John Boyd, her husband, afterwards married Martha Boyd, a sister of Ibbie Boyd. Rose Boyd married a cousin, James H. Boy and died about 1858, leaving three children, E.D., Arabella, and Mary S. Boyd. John W. Boyd died about 1857, leaving a widow Melvina, leaving 2 children, Henry & Mary Boyd. That the above is true to the best of Knowledge and belief.

Subscribed and sworn signed James T. Boyd



State of Missouri
County of Newton
Book D: 540-545

This indenture made and entered into this 14th day of October in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one by, and between David F. Boyd and Elizabeth Boyd, wife of said David F. Boyd, John Boyd and Martha J. Boyd, wife of said John, James H. Boyd, Joseph A. Boyd and Holly Ann Boyd, wife of said Joseph A., Melvina L. Boyd, widow and relict of John W. Boyd, deceased, Joel M. Boyd and Louisa Boyd, wife of said Joel M. and Margaret S.E. Boyd and James T. Boyd: parties of the first to this indenture and William M. Boyd, of the second part, all of the parties to this instrument residents of the County of Newton in the State of Missouri...

Signatures:
David F. Boyd (seal)
Elizabeth Boyd, her mark (seal)
James H. Boyd (seal)
James T. Boyd (seal)
John Boyd, his mark (seal)
Martha J. Boyd, her mark (seal)
Joseph A. Boyd (seal)
Holly A. Boyd (seal)
Joel M. Boyd, his mark (seal)
Louisa Boyd, her mark (seal)
Melvina Boyd, her mark (seal)
Margaret S.E. Boyd, her mark (seal)

"The other deed is almost identical with the exception that James T. Boyd buy the rest of the land and William M. Boyd and his wife, Derinda, join the others in the sale." -Linda Boyd Lawhon 
Boyd, John W. (I6146)
 
219 abstracted By Rhonda Robertson, Russell Co., VA, Law OrderBook 1 (1786 - 1791), (noted 6 November 2003), P45 - Court, June 20,1787, Present: Alexander Barnett, Henry Smith, Andrew Cowen, SamuelRitchie & Thomas Carter
P45 - Motion of Elizabeth Alley by atty concerning a base born child,swore to John W. Crunk. She admitted to keep the child, she with JamesAlley, Sr. & James Alley, Jr entered into a bond to keep the child off ofthe Parish.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~varussel/court/ruscolobk2.html
RUSSELL COUNTY, VIRGINIA LAW ORDER BOOK 2 (1792 - 1799)
Abstracted By Rhonda Robertson
P244 - Court, October 27, 1795. Present: Samuel Ritchie, John Tate, JamesGibson, Samuel Ewing
P244 - John Watts Alley an infant of Elizabeth Osborne be bound to JamesAlley, Sr

1820 Fayette Co., IN Census
pg 24
[in margin:]
Fayette County
Harrison Township
[line 21] Patrick McARTY 210001 011110 111
[line 23] John W. ALLEY 200010 300100 101
[line 25] William McARTY 000010 501100 111


1840 Taney Co., MO Census
No. 19
[in margin] Washington Township Taney County
allotted to Jesse Jennings
[line 14] John ALLEY 00111001 00100001 [1M 50-59, 1F 50-59, 1M 20-29, 1M15-19, 1F 10-14, 1M 10-14]
[line 15] Thomas ALLEY 10001 00001 [1M 20-29 (b. 1811-1820), 1F 20-29 (b.1811-1820), 1M 0-4]
[line 17] John FINNEY 00001 10001 [1M 20-29 (b. 1811-1820), 1F 20-29 (b.1811-1820), 1F 0-4]



Possible widow of a son?

Page No. 9/557
Washington township, County of Stone, State of Missouri
21st 23 June 1860 by John D Shannon
P.O. Galena
line 33, 58/58 Philip TRAMMELL 42 MW Farmer 200/428 Tennessee
Paraee C? TRAMMELL 25 FW Missouri
Charles L TRAMMELL 16 MW Arkansas
Francis TRAMMELL 14 FW Arkansas
Charlotte TRAMELL 11 FW Missouri
Winneford TRAMMELL 9 FW Missouri
Elizabeth TRAMMELL 7 FW Missouri
Mansfield TRAMMELL 2 MW Arkansas
Page No. 10
line 1, William A. ALLEY 8 MW Missouri
Francis M ALLEY 4 MW Missouri
James C. ALLY 2 MW Missouri

Page No. 3/411A
Sheridan, County of Crawford, State of Kansas
15 July 1870 by Persy Daniels
P.O. Givens? Crawford ? Crawford Co Kansas
line 1, 17/17 SCOTT Ferdinand 50 MW Farmer 2,500/1,000 Indiana
Paralee 35 FW Keeping House Missouri
James 27 MW Farmer 2000/700 Indiana
Hannegan 21 MW Farm Laborer --[Indiana] cannot r/w
Wilsen 10 MW /135 --[Indiana] attended school
Lila J. 14 FW Iowa attended school
John 11 MW --[Iowa] attended school
Barbara E. 1 FW Kansas
ALLEY Franklin 15 MW Missouri attended school
James 11 MW --[Missouri] attended school
RHODES Nancy 6 FW --[Missouri] attended school 
Alley, John Watts (I1955)
 
220 Accidental fall in street. Multiple injuries. Kincaid, John Virgil (I10752)
 
221 Accidental Railway Trauma. Multiple injuries. Wilson, Mary Elizabeth (I10675)
 
222 According to descendant Janice Cary, this is his daughter:
Tennessee, State Marriage Index, 1780-2002
noted 29 Mar 2012
familysearch.org
name: Novella Brown
event: Marriage
event date: 14 Jan 1923
event place: Greene, Tennessee, United States
gender: Female
spouse: Henry Moore
page: 111

Claude Brown of Noel, Mo “remembers stories”
[undated, unsigned transcript]

Old Joe Hendry who was a brother of great grandma Sarah Hendry
Brown [actually a nephew, son of William and Nancy Carter Hendry],
was shot in Henry hollow (4) by his son-in-law then some
say the son-in-law then shot himself in the yard. the family waited
untill daylight and found him. Others say he was shot by the family
after he shot Joe Hendry. Joe Hendry had a son named Jim and he
and Joe fell out. Jim went to hunt his dad down to kill him and
when he fired the gun blew up and Jim Hendry lost his arm because
of it. Joe Hendry and Uncle Henry Brown ran around together during
the civil war and made moon shine whiskey untill Uncle Henry came
to Arkansas. I talked to one of Uncle Henrys nieces and she said her
dad Uncle Will Brown told her that he and Uncle Henry were scouting
during the civil war and heard some southern soldiers comming so
they hid in the brush and waited then Uncle Henry shot both of the
soldiers and cut their heads off and hung them on a sapling. Uncle
will was just a small boy and was almost scared to death. A year or
two later he past the place and the limbs had sprouted and grew
around the heads still hanging there. I visited Hendry hollow and
saw the Hendry place. Uncle henry later lived on Brown’s mountain
(6) untill he came to Arkansas.

Uncle Henry’s boy Will got in to some slight misunderstanding with
the law and hit out for Kentucky wher he lived for some time. While
there he had a disagreement with a fellow and when Will was talking
to a neighbor one day this fellow come along and being drunk he
had a notion he would just cut Will’s head off or his liver our
and feed it to the dogs. Will run around the house while the man
he was talking to keep telling him that the manwould kill him.
Finally the man threw Wll a gun and he killed the fellow. The man
talking to Will was afraid to testifie and will went to the penin
[blank] for life and died there. Either some one went and got him or
he was shiped back and burried on Brown’s mountain. I talked to his
son in Greenville about July 4, 1974 and he had just put a tumbstone
up for his dad. The Grave is at teh point of Brown’s mountain the
back toward Baileyton at the head of a hollow. This is where uncle
Henry lived along with Ramsey Harris when he came to Arkansas.

The old timers still tell how mean old Joe and Jim Hendry were.
One of the old timers told me he found one of the old pistols
where Joe and some of his folks were having a battle years after
but after he washed it and oiled it years later someone stold it.
I would like to have had it. It was the old musle loading type.

Grandma Mathilda Brown’s old home place has been bulldosed down
for the new interstate 81 which has been finished to Bullsgap.
We saw it before it was taken down but the old house was long
since gone with a few of the chimney bricks left. It was reported to
us by a niece, Uncle Matt Pierce’s granddaughter that Great grandpa
Jimmy Pierce was a law-in-forcement officer at that time. We were
unable to find his burial place but all the rest of the emediate
family were buried at Mt.Carmel where grandma Brown went to church.

The following is a list of Pierces buried at Mt. Carmel:

W.E (Willie) Pierce-1884-1965 -Nephew Grandma’s
Ova Jeffer Pierce-1893-1918-Willie’s wife- I had meet both of these.
Joel N. Pierce -1882-1918
H.M (Matt) Pierce -1854-1924-Grandma’s brother
Louise Hendry Pierce -1862-1913
[handwritten]
Guy Pierce 1902-1966 - Teddy Pierce 1941-1965
Willie Pierce 1907-1957 Chas Pierce 1883-1959 wife Ida -1884-1952
Chas B Pierce 1887-1942 
Brown, William A. (I5331)
 
223 According to Marie Jefferies Capps, he married 1. Ethel Bryant, 2. MarthaBruton and 3. Alta [Unknown]

1920 Stone Co., MO Census, Pierce Township
http://www.rootsweb.com/~mostone/1920census/pierce.htm
53 53 Cox Frank Head 24Arkansas 
Cox, Charlie Franklin "Frank" (I2927)
 
224 Acute Coronary Occlusion due to arteriosclerosis Boyd, John Wesley (I7199)
 
225 Acute dilitation Rt. ventricle. Ruptured blood vessel Painter, Elmira Jane "Jennie" (I1255)
 
226 Acute dysentery Painter, Martha Anna "Annie" (I1219)
 
227 Acute left ventricular failure Queen, James Edgar (I6028)
 
228 Acute Miliary Tuberculosis Weber, Edward W. (I13257)
 
229 Acute peritonitis; contributory acute appendicitis Gilbreath, William Franklin "Frank" (I6640)
 
230 Acute uremia Cox, Lexie Lee (I2925)
 
231 Ada L. Coffman Jackson; same stone as Charles T. Jackson Coffman, Ada Louella (I2524)
 
232 After having found Simeon/Semyen Perry "Perry" Smith and Margaret Elizabeth Baker’s marriage record online at Sevier County, Tennessee Genealogy and History:
Smith, Simeon P.-Baker, Margaret E.-1869 Sep 25-1869 Sep 29-Maples, P. W. - MG
I decided to try to track her down again.  I’d been hamstrung by not having a definitive 1870 census for her and Perry.  This was my best guess:
Page No. 16
The 3rd District, County of Sevier, State of Tennessee
15th August 1870 by N.M. Baker
P.O. Fair Garden
[near Andrew and Jane Dickey Smith - could this be Simeon P. Smith mis-enumerated?]
line 39, 110/110 SMITH James P 21 MW Farm laborer /350 Tennessee
Margaret E 16 FW Keeping house Tennessee
But as Perry’s family was from Jefferson County, TN I hadn’t really been convinced.  I did all my looking for Margaret there.  This marriage record in Sevier Co., TN really opened things up.  I found two possibles in 1860 for her and very quickly one became my favorite:

1860 Sevier Co., TN Census, pg. 120
S034-26
BAKER -Dist 3, PO Fair Garden, Sevier Co., Tenn., June 28, 1860- 217/ 217
N. M. 40 MW Farmer 300   Tn
Dicey 34 FW Tn
Martha 11 FW Tn S
Nancy 10 FW Tn S
Margaret 9 FW Tn S
William 4 MW Tn
Melville 2 MW Tn

S034-33
MAPLES -Dist 3, PO Fair Garden, Sevier Co., Tenn., June 28, 1860- 218/ 218
Preston 40 MW Farmer 3000/1300 Tn
Cirena 25 FW Tn I
William 20 MW Farm Laborer Tn S
James 16 MW Tn S
Gilbert 14 MW Tn S
Martin 7 MW Tn S
Rachel 5 FW Tn
Preston BUCKHANNON 3 MW Tn
Albert G. W.BUCKHANNON 1M W Tn
As you can see this Margaret Baker is enumerated next door to the man who performed my Margaret’s marriage.

So I began doing research on this Baker family and finally found this:
Bruce Baker, James Baker VA d bef 1742, desc TN, OH
“Nathaniel kept a family Bible where he recorded his
marriage and the birth of his children and the deaths of those
who preceeded him in death. Bobby Kirk Hamonson of Oddessa,
Texas had the Bible in November 1992 when I made photo copies
of the information from the Bible.”
170 iii. Margaret Elizabeth Baker was born in Sevier Co.,,
TN 6 APR 1851. Margaret died 1 JAN 1873 at 21
years of age. She married Smith.
Found her.  And proof that my guess about which children were hers and which children belonged to Perry’s second wife was correct.  This was crucial for me as my ancestor ended up being the first child of the second marriage.  And I am now confident that the 1870 enumeration for James P. and Margaret Smith are actually Simeon Perry and Margaret Baker Smith: notice that they, like Margaret’s family, are enumerated in “Fair Garden”.  But one really weird problem.  Do my eyes deceive me?  Or was it Margaret's dad who enumerated the 1870 census?! 
Baker, Margaret Elizabeth (I11019)
 
233 age 13yr 4 m son of W.J. & C. Hall, John (I10910)
 
234 age 3 yr Keeney, Ernest Elzie (I10187)
 
235 Age 39y11m17d, Wife of W C Florer Hadley, Nancy (I13993)
 
236 age 3yr 2m 20da daughter of W.J. & C. Hall, Jessie May (I11162)
 
237 Age 76 years 6 Months 6 Days Jeffers, Benjamin W. (I6011)
 
238 Age 8wks, Daughter of W C & N Florer, Amanda J. (I14020)
 
239 age at death: 58 years 3 months 13 days Anderson, Lou Ann (I10184)
 
240 Age [at death]: 2 years 6 months 5 days Hall, Jessie May (I11162)
 
241 aged 3 yrs 3 mos 2 days [must be 13 years?]. Notation says death year no longer readable Keeney, Adah P. (I10316)
 
242 aged 30y,3m,4d Carnahan, Furgus M. (I8132)
 
243 aged 32 years [Sanderson], Sarah (I13130)
 
244 aged 41y,9m,16d Sanderson, John G. (I8126)
 
245 aged 44 ys & 14 ds. Price, Rebecca (I1729)
 
246 aged 74 Y. 2M. 29D. Pilkenton, Wiley (I2637)
 
247 Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957
familysearch.org
noted 5 Nov 2011
groom's name: Johnson Allbright
bride's name: Piety E. Smithwick
marriage date: 30 Apr 1871
marriage place: Madison,Alabama
indexing project (batch) number: M52602-5
system origin: Alabama-ODM
source film number: 1305699 
Family F1318
 
248 Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957
noted 17 Feb 2012
familysearch.org
groom's name: John Craft
bride's name: Milley Hamby
marriage date: 13 Mar 1862
marriage place: Tallapoosa,Alabama
indexing project (batch) number: M52601-2
system origin: Alabama-ODM
source film number: 1302445 
Family F7087
 
249 Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957
noted 17 Feb 2012
familysearch.org
groom's name: Levy David Hamby
bride's name: Ann Maneyhan
marriage date: 27 Feb 1862
marriage place: Tallapoosa,Alabama
indexing project (batch) number: M52601-2
system origin: Alabama-ODM
source film number: 1302445


http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/tallapoosa/cemetery/lebanon.txt
Hamby Albert M. Aug 06, 1917 May 03, 1971
Hamby Alfred Charley Feb 23, 1886 Apr 12, 1970
Hamby Alice M. Jul 04, 1947 Dec 25, 1949
Hamby Ann NOv 14, 1844 Apr 03, 1912
Hamby Betty Lou Jan 14, 1937 Oct 27, 1987
Hamby Brownell 1911 2001
Hamby Carlton 1908 1952
Hamby David L 1842 1986
Hamby David C. Mar 29, 1917 Oct 12, 1973
Hamby Esau E. 1891 1939
Hamby H. Cecil Dec 10, 1908 Oct 12, 1913
Hamby Hollon Patterson Jul 30, 1893 May 24, 1986
Hamby Infant 1897 1898
Hamby Jacob O. Jul, 1891 Oct, 1907
Hamby Jesse B. Jul 10, 1880 Nov 28, 1967
Hamby Jessie Lee 1900 1901
Hamby Joe G. Jan 26, 1919 Sep 28, 1997
Hamby John 1858 1879
Hamby Laura A. Sep 08, 1878 Apr 24, 1953
Hamby Laura Monroe Mar 17, 1878 Feb 08, 1950
Hamby Margaret 1912 1912
Hamby Martha Hester Mar 16, 1882 May 19, 1962
Hamby Martha A. Jun 12, 1954 May 23, 1935
Hamby Mary Ethel 1900 1909
Hamby Mary L. Sep 05, 1917 Apr 19, 1990
Hamby Mattie F.
Hamby Mattis Apr 25, 1917 Apr 25, 1917
Hamby Rose E. 1888 1947
Hamby Rufus Sep 20, 1876 Aug 06, 1953
Hamby Sallie McKinnon Jan 25, 1888 Jan 24, 1960
Hamby Shirley Ann Apr 14, 1935 Dec 23, 1935
Hamby Weston Nov 19, 1882 Dec 13, 1918
Hamby William W. Jun 02, 1852 Jan 09, 1930
Hamby William Reuben Apr 16, 1883 Feb 01, 1968
Hamby Willie Franklin Sep 25, 1979 Dec 12, 1945
Hamby F. M. (CSA 34th Al)
Hamby Jennie L. 1878 1933
Hamby John T. 1876 1958
Hamby (?) Jack Creighton Nov 19, 1927 Jan 20, 1928
Hamby (?) Ollie Huston Jan 12, 1909 Jul 14, 1941
Hamby (?) Ray Edward Dec 11, 1928 Jun 28, 1938
Patillo Hester Hamby 1900 1930 
Hamby, Levi David (I4778)
 
250 Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957
noted 17 Feb 2012
familysearch.org
groom's name: Micajah Hamby
bride's name: Mary J. Powell
marriage date: 21 Jan 1844
marriage place: Tallapoosa,Alabama
indexing project (batch) number: M52601-1
system origin: Alabama-ODM
source film number: 1302444 
Family F2033
 

      «Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 112» Next»

 
  Copyright © 2001-2014 T. Anderson Painter. All Rights Reserved.
  This site powered by The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding ©, written by Darrin Lythgoe 2001-2008.