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Schoggins---henry Simpson Schoggins b. Jan1, 1889 in Ashlyn, AL m. Eva(Evie or Evelyn) S. Allen b. Oct 1890 in AL. Children: (1) (Willie) Lawson m. Cormae (2) Denver m. Louise (3) Eugene m. Frances (4) Etoil(e) m. Calvin Turner (5) Genell b.July 23, 1922 d. Jan 28, 1981 in Bryan, Brazos Co. TX m. Raymond Elliott Duckett (6) Ben C. b. May 4, 1925 in Snyder, Scurry Co. TX d. Mar 2, 1985 in Houston, Harris Co. TX m. Helen Braden. Known: 1920 in Ashland, Clay, Co. AL, 1922-23 in Hillsboro, Hill Co. TX, 1925 in Synder, Scurry Co. TX, 1928 in Grantts Quarry, Talladega Co. AL, 1929 in Hillsboro, Hill Co. TX. James Stabler b. near Monroe, AL was farmer & shoemaker, m. Ann Isabella Rogers b. May 15, 1835 in Ireland. Known: son Mallie Carl Stabler b. Sept 18, 1878 in Finchburg, AL m. Nove. 13, 1906 in Austin, Travis Co.TX to Mary Lee Shows b. Jan 25, 1887 in Bryan, Brazos Co. TX d. Jan 13, 1964. Contact: Karla Duckett Stabler Email: Address: 15688 Whites Creek Lane; College Station, TX 77845.

Scott/Willis---Is there any WILLIS'S out threr that remembers hearing older family members talk about their family rasing three SCOTT children, after their Mother (Mary A.?) left them. They were left with their Father Stephen V. Scott, who placed them in the home of the WILLIS family. My G-Grandfather was one of the children, his name was Bemjamin Franklin Scott. He was born 21 March 1857 in Dale Co Al. The other two were William I.b;1853 & Emeline b;1855. My Father spoke of"Grandma Willis" but didn't know enough about his ancestry to know how she became "Grandma". I would like to contact this Family, if possible.E-Mail me at Contact: Barbara Polk Email: Address: 20727 Ramer Rd.; Lacoochee Fl 33537.

SELLERS/DARDEN/GRANBERRY/LONG/GORDON---Henry Co AL. Trying to find info on Letter of Guardianship by C.E. Sellers. Granberry and Long are probably witnesses. Dan Gordon is Judge of Probate. This document concerns Estate of Annie C. Darden, a minor, dated 10 February 1882. Looks like C.E. (Calton Erasmus) Sellers was granted guardianship of Annie born 13 Aug 1862 GA? AL? died 20 July 1902 buried Cottonwood Cem, AL. In this document, it states that Annie in her own right, situated in the state of Georgia, which estate is estimated to be worth about ($800.00). Calton gave a bond of $1600. Annie is my great-aunt, my grandfather's (Bedford Henry Darden born 1858 Macon GA) sister. Annie married Willis Granger, Houston Co AL. I'd sure like to know where this land (estate) of Annie's was located in Georgia and how she came about inheriting it. I'm trying to find info on my Darden-line. Calton E. Sellers was stepfather to Annie and Bedford, married to my gr- grandmother, Malissa Smith Darden Sellers. I'm searching for info on Gr- gr grandfather Darden, whose first name we aren't sure of--died in Civil War--we don't know if he died representing GA or AL, was most likely AL. Contact: Leta Waddle Horine Email: Address: 1801 N. Beauregard St.; Alexandria, VA 22311.

SELLERS---I am researching Andrew Jackson Sellers. He lived in Dora, Alabama. I'd appreciate any information on him and/or his parents. Thank you. Contact: Donna Sellers Email: Address: ; .

Shepherd---SHEPHERD, Roseanne-- b1839; d1893, Walker Co., AL, looking for date of marriage to John S. Hayes. Contact: Linda Stephens Email: Address: 2545 Chesterville Rd; Tupelo, MS 38801.

SHIELDS---My maternal grandfather,Thomas Shields, b. in B'ham,AL on 12/10/1864. Left there after war ended,went to TX. Died 11/17/1939 in Phoenix,AZ. Any information re his ancestry, any living relative would be greatly appreciated. Plz e-mail me at and THANK YOU very much! Contact: Kay Henderson Email: khtootsie Address: 3110 Stevens St.; La Crescenta, CA 91214.

Short family---Looking for info on family of Martha Leah "Mattie" Short born alabama 1861, her mother Martha was said to be from Scotland, may be a brother Enos or Irving. They moved to Texas, Mattie is shown in the 1880 census there and married a Rhoads that year. Any info leads greatly appreciated. Francie Thornton Contact: Francie Thornton Email: Address: 206 Magnolia St.; Waycross, GA 31501.

STAFFORD/PHILLIPS ALABAMA QUERY FORM---Moses Bryant Phillips (B: 07/31/1830 in Leon Co, FL) married Elizabeth Phillips (B:03/10/1841 in Henry Co, AL). They were married in Hilliardsville, Henry Co, AL on July 6, 1853. Looking for any information on his parents. Moses Stafford moved to Alabama with his parents some time before he married. Any information will be greatly appreciated. Contact: D G Stafford Email: DGS danmar Address: P O Box 1683; League City, TX 77574-1683.

Stallings, Chandler---I'm looking for any connection of Cader Stallings who married Sally Kennard/Rennard 1819 of Marengo Co. to Moses Stallings of Carroll Co. Ga. Also looking for the burial place of Lydia Stallings, last known place of resident, Randolph Co. Al about 1850. Her husband was also named Cader/Kader Stallings, died in NC. She could have been living with Asa & Lydia Chandler. Would like to hear from any Chandlers or Stallings that had connections with Ga, Sc. NC & Va lines. Contact: Patsy Ford Childs Email: Address: 12991 SE 77th Street; Morriston, Fl. 32668.

Stanton---Looking for the parents and siblings of BENJAMIN F. STANTON b. May 1879 in AL. and married SALLY ANN GOFF b. July 1884 in AL. They had one known son James Harris Stanton b. July 05, 1909 in Elba Coffee Co. Alabama and d. July 12, 1969 in Al. He married Johnnie Lee Hussey b. Arpil 6, 1916 of AL also. Have Husseys, Goff, Wilk(e)s, but nothing on the STANTON family. Any help on this family would be a blessing have been searching for years and had no luck at all. Will be glad to share above family lineages in exchange if you would like. Blessings Taryn Contact: Taryn Email: Address: ; Oklahoma.

STEWART & HAND---This Stewart Family moved fromNC,SC, GA then to AL between 1856 & 1858; Then they moved from AL to AR betweem 1863 & 1873 as Ida M. was born AR 1873. Where is John P. and Sarah (HAND) STEWART in AL??? They had children in AL and I am not able to locate them. They should show up somewhere between 1856 and 1863 or even as late as 1873, before they took off to AR. Here is my information of leads... I hope someone can help me. thank you so much. <My leads start in AR and work back into AL. John P.STEWART was to have been a doctor and lived Lexington,AR and his brother's ; James and Church(Nickname?) lived in Lone Rock, AR and one was a preacher. Their parents were from NC & SC. according to Census Record. John P. STEWART and bros Poss: Church (a nickname?), and James. Probably many other sib's. Bible record of Fayle Folks-Cavner. Marriage License dated Oct. 9th,1851 in Upson Co.,GA Signed by Eustace Reeves (Eustace, was a Militia Capt and Justice of the Peace) C.C.O. was A. Cobb. In possession of Paula L. Hawkins Johnson Family Records.Bible records of Faye Folks-Cavenar. Marriage license dated Oct. 9th, 1851 Upson Co., GA. Signed by Eustace Reeves (Eustace, was a Miltia Capt. and Justice of the peace) C.C.O. was A. Cobb. STEWART/HAND family records of Paula L. Hawkins Johnson *Researcher - Compiler 20030 SE Seibert Lane, Sandy Oregon 97055 Civil War Military Records (copy given to me, from cousin Lu Smith of Columbia, MO. Now, in my family records.) Confederate States of America: Headquarters 16th Army Corps, Office Provost Marshal, Montgomery, AL, June 12, 1865: I the Undersigned: J. P. Stewart, Private G 34 Ala Infty. This paper of statement given upon release of his being taken captive: Do Solemnly Swear that I will not bear arms against the United States of America, or give any information, or do any military duty whatever, until regularly exchanged as a prisoner of war. Signed John P. Stewart Discription: 5 feet 6 and half inches tall, Hair: Dark, eyes: blue, complexion: dark. I certify that the above parole was given by me on the date above given, and the above named Private will not be disturbed by United States authorities so long as he observes the conditions of his parole, and the laws and regulations in force where he resides. By Order Of Major General A.J. Smith **Muster Roll:John P. Stewart, Company G 34th ALa. Regiment, of non- commissioned Officers and Privates of the organization named, made in accordance with Par. III,G.O. No.27, A.I.G., for apr. 1, 1864 Roll dated near Dalton, GA.. signed by Lt. Falland? **Confederate Register of Paroled Soldiers for the month of June, 1865, by Maj. Ross Wilkinson, A.D.C. and Provost Marshal, 16th A.C. J. P. Stewart Pvt.Co.G.34 Regt Ala Inf. Dated June 12.. roll not dated.... copyist H. King. **Confederate Jno. P. Stewart Pvt.Co.G 34 Regt Ala, appears on a Register of St. Mary's Hospital, West Point, Miss. dated Jan 10, 1865, Disease V.D., remarks: Admitted. Signed by O D Moses copyist. (Confed.Arch.,Chap.6, File No.274, Page 70. Flag: 34th Alabama Infantry Catalogue No. 86.1899.1 (PN10179-10180) This flag was probably issued to the regiment in the spring of 1864. It bears characteristics which are common to flags issued to artillery batteries in the Army of Tennessee under General Joseph E. Johnston. The flag of the 34th Alabama Infantry is the only known flag of this size to have been issued to an infantry regiment. After the war, the flag was preserved by Dr. John N. Slaughter of Coosa County who had served as a major in the regiment. It was donated to the Alabama Department of Archives and History by his son Dr. Jasper M. Slaughter on April 20, 1910. Sources: Curator's Object Files, Civil War Flags, Alabama Department of Archives and History. Madaus, Howard Michael. The Battle Flags of the Confederate Army of Tennessee. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1976. Return to Flag index To Civil War Military records To Willis Brewer's Brief Historical Sketches of Alabama Units To Civil War Unit History files June 24, 1999 34th Alabama Infantry Regiment , Histories of Alabama Infantry Regiments: The 34th Alabama Infantry was organized at Loachapoka on 15 April 1862, with companies recruited from Montgomery and the counties of Coosa, Russell, and Tallapoosa. It was sent to Tupelo, MS, and was placed with the 24th and 28th Alabama regiments, and two South Carolina regiments, in Gen'l Arthur M. Manigault's Brigade, Gen'l Jones M. Wither's Division. The regiment moved into Kentucky but was not in action during the campaign. It was with the main Army of Tennessee when it fought at Murfreesboro, and it sustained heavy casualties (11 k, 77 w). The remainder of the winter was spent near Tullahoma, and the regiment then withdrew with the army to the Chattanooga area. At Chickamauga, the 34th again lost heavily, and at Missionary Ridge, a large number were captured. The regiment, numbering 388 men and 281 arms, wintered and recruited for the campaigning of 1864 at Dalton and began the "Hundred Days' Battle" in the spring. From Dalton to Atlanta, the 34th shared fully in the operations of the Army of Tennessee. It lost heavily in the battles of 22 and 28 July, at Atlanta. At Jonesboro, casualties were light. At the Battle of Franklin, the 34th escaped the severest part of the fighting, but at Nashville, the remainder of the unit was nearly decimated. With the wreck of the Army, the regiment passed into the Carolinas where it skirmished at Kinston and again at Bentonville. Ultimately consolidated with the 24th and 28th regiments, about 100 of the original 1,000 members of the regiment were surrendered at High Point, North Carolina, 26 April 1865. Field officers: Col. Julius C. B. Mitchell (Montgomery, detached). Lt. Cols. James W. Echols (Macon, resigned); John C. Carter (Montgomery, wounded at Murfreesboro). Majors Henry R. McCoy (Tallapoosa, resigned); John N. Slaughter (Coosa, wounded at Atlanta). Bibliographies: Cadenhead, I. B., "Some Confederate letters of I. B. Cadenhead, Co. H, 34th Alabama infantry regiment," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, vol. XVIII (1956), pp. 564-71 Maxwell, James Robert. Autobiography of James Robert Maxwell of Tuscaloosa, Alabam[a] (New York, 1926) Arkansas Land Records, Page 67 Baxter Co. Stewart, John P. Vol. AR2560.287 Land ofc. Harrison. 06-Dec. 1890 l Doc#7311,Misc. doc#9497, Homestead. Original: Part #1: N NW Sec.36 Twp. 17 N, R 14 W. Part #2: /w NW Sec. 6 Twp. 17 N, R 13 W, 133.080 acre's. Contact: Paula Email: Address: ; .

STRICKLAND, MCCRARY, OTWELl---My ggrandfather Allen McCrary married Emma Otwell in the l800's. They lived in N. Alabama. I think he moved here from Savannah. My grandfather, Thomas N. McCrary married Arelia Bertha Strickland. Any information on this family would be appreciated. Thomas and Arelia are buried at New Home Missionary Bapt. church near Cullman , Al. It's possible than Allen and Emma are too. Thanks, Patricia Hancock Contact: Patricia Strickland Hancock Email: Address: PO Box 405, Hwy 32; Irwinville, Georgia 3l760.

swaim---looking for information on stella m swaim born may 9, 1913married to melvin m. mccostlin date unknown . was known to reside in Sumiton AL. she was born in Winchester Tenn. Contact: susan mccostlin Email: Address: 89 pershing ave; south haven mi 49090.

Tate, Epps---We are researching the line of Thomas Leonard Tate b. in Illinois, in 1873.He was son of Francis M. Tate and Emily Jane Brandom(n?). He married Bertha B. Epps and had two sons, Virgil E Tate b, in AR. Apr. 1900 and Jesse F Tate b. in 1902 AR(?). They moved to Alabama where Thomas Leonard was killed in 1906, in a card game after accusing someone of cheating. Does anyone have any information on this or where Thomas was buried? Contact: Sharon P Tate Email: Address: 907 briarcliff Dr.; Valrico, Fl. 33594.

Taylor and Moore---Need parents for: Adalaide or Adaline Elizabeth Taylor b 1851 Alabama (Part Cherokee Indian) d abt 1896 Carden Bottom, Yell Co. Ark. F/M botn in NC married Elisha Moore b abt 1843 Tenn d abt 1901 Carden Bottom, Yell Co., Ark. F/M botn in Tenn. Daughter: Mary Adalaide Elizabeth Moore b Feb 1868 Alabama Contact: V. Philpot Email: Address: ; Surprise, Az.

Thomas, Swaford, Reid---Looking for any info on Margaret Angeline Thomas Reid that is buried in Thomas cemetery outside Jacksonville, Alabama. Possible daughter in law of George Franklin Reid. Thanks. Contact: Mildred Gabhart Email: Address: 5401 NW 58 Terrace; Kansa City, Missouri 64151.

Thomas, Wilkes, Williams, Davis & Bearfield---Cora Bearfield, bore Laura Davis who bore Ada D. Wilkes, any connections that can be found before these please send. Also, any known living children or decendants of the above. Contact: Eugene Thomas, Jr. Email: Address: ; Montgomery, AL 36108.

Threvathan, Ewing---I am interested in finding any information on Elizabeth Threvathan. She was married to William Ewing on or arount 9 July 1838. Elizabeth was from S.C. and William was from England. I would like any information on either one of them. Thank you for any help you can give. Beverly Contact: Beverly Callaway Email: Address: P.O.Box 85; Orange Beach, AL 36561.

Towle, Bishop---Seeking information on Albert Towle m. Edna Bishop. They had 3 sons, Ralph (Red)Towle, my father, Lucian and Albert. They lived in Mobile, Al. Any information on this family would be greatly appreciated. Contact: Sylvia Towle Woods Email: Address: Rt. 4, Box 293; Jefferson, TX 75657.

TULL---Searching for TULL family, who moved from Dekalb Co., Georgia between 1827 and 1832 to ALABAMA. May be Stephen Tull with wife, Mary Martha NOBLE(b. 1795 MD)and also an Elizabeth TULL(b.1414 SC or NC)- husband's first name unknown. children of Elizabeth were William Morgan Tull born cir 1835 AL, Henry Jackson Tull born 1841 AL; Jasper Newton Tull, born cir 1842 AL; by 1845 They are living in MS where her daughter, Nancy is born. By 1847 they are in Hardeman Co., TN. Father of this family has apparently died by 1850. Where in AL did this family live? Any help appreciated. Contact: Margaret Email: Address: ; .

Vinson---Looking for Henry H. Vinson, born 1840 or 1841, county unknown. Thank you. Contact: Nancy Diggs Email:

Waddell, Waddill, Owens---Searching for info on A. A. (Alexander) Waddill, b. 10-31-1813, d. 10-11-1879 Lamar Co., AL, married to Sophfrona. At least 2 sons, James Alexander Waddell, b. 1-22-1857, d. 4- 3-1936 Millport, Lamar/Pickens Co., AL married to Sarah Jane Owens. 2nd son was Jack A. Waddell, b. 1859 d. 1938 Lamar/Pickens Co., AL married to Lovice Dora. All are buried in Mt. Carmel Primitive Bapt. Cemetery near Millport, Lamar Co., AL. Contact: Deborah P. Waddell Email: Address: 92 Long Meadow Road; Brandon, MS 39042.

WALKER, DAVENPORT---Looking for information on a Samuel Henry WALKER of Cullman AL. Born 1877, died 9 Oct 1963 Cullman. Md H. Bird DAVENPORT 26 June 1898. They had six children. Minnie b 1901, Roy E. b 1903, Odis A. b 1905, Samuel Ottis b 1907, Lessie Pirl b. 1912 d 1913 and james Oran b 1914. Sam and Bird are buried in New Hope Church Cem, Cullman Co. AL. They operated a small store near Antioch, AL.Census says he father was born in AL and his mother in Canada while both Bird's parents were born in GA. Contact: Pam Carroll Email: Address: p. o. box 746; Mary Esther FL 32569.

Walker, Gamble, Green, Berry, Wilson, Flanagan, Smith---Searching for gggg Grandfather John Walker b 1760 marr Martha Smith Wilkes Co GA 1800. Moved to Dallas Co AL 1819 due to Creek Cessation. Had son Cornelius M.C. Walker in 1800. He marr Mrs. Mary Green b SC. They all had land up to Dallas-Autauga line. Cornelius & Mary had John G. (Green) Walker b 1821; Mary (Patsy); C.G.; and James Alexander, b 1835. John G. my gr-gr, marr Phebe Naomi Gamble in 1851. Her Mother was Rachel Wilson orig. of SC, but these Samuel R. Gambles came to Wilcox Co AL early 1830. Her sister Mary J. marr Bennett Flanagan. John G. & Phebe's oldest daughter Nancy R. marr J.W.Berry. Old John died in 1852 Selma over 90 yrs. Lived w. Nancy & John B. Jones who bilked his will. Most others came to Central Texas in 1867. Contact: Carol Petrich Flores Email: Address: 11606 Sagelink Drive; Houston, TX 77089-4434.

Walker---I am looking for my gggrandfather & gggrandmother, Issac Walker & Henrietta Hutchinson Walker. Do not know when born, but lived in Russellville, AL in or around 1889. They had 2 boys, William E. Walker, dob: 1889, and Daniel Issac Walker, dob: 1891-92? William E. was my grandfather. Would like to find some info on this family before something happens to my father, William D. Walker. My father never knew anything on his father and would like to know. (so would I) Contact: Wanda Walker Irwin Email: irwin@netdoor Address: 154 Hardtimes Rd.; Madison, MS 39110.

Walker---James G. Walker b. abt. 1810 m. Frances Lewis in 1832 in Greene County; found in Kemper County Mississippi in 1840-1842; found in Sumter County in 1850; d. 1863 in Sumter County. I am lookin for the names of his parents and siblings or his birthplace. Contact: Susan Walker Email: Address: 3339 S. Hull St.; Montgomery, AL 36105.

Warren---I am interested in any information on the Gabrel Warren family of Perry County, Alabama. Gabrel is listed in the 1840 census in the household of an Osburn family. He later married Mary Jane Osburn. Contact: Katherine Warren Hammonds Email: Address: 5984 Mockingbird Lane; Pinson,AL 35126.

Watkins---James M. Watkins b--1818 Ala. m--Catharine M. b--1828 S. Carolina children--Mary V. b--1844 Ala., Martha Ann L. b--1846 Ala., James Walter. b--2-Sept-1848 Samantha, Tuscaloosa Co., Al. d--5-July-1891 bur--Old Mt. Zion Church, Tuscaloosa Co., Al.m--1-Jan-1870 Caroline Elizabeth Pogue b--31-Dec-1846 near Mt Zion Church, Tuscaloosa Co. Al. d- -2-May-1890 Eylton, Ala. bur--Cripple Creek Church, Tuscaloosa Co., Ala. Children--William Estell b--14-Aug--1870 Samantha, Tuscaloosa Co., Al. d- -28-Aug-1910 El Paso, Tx. m--Viola Logan 7-Dec-1890 Bankston, Al., John Deurelle--b--19-Aug--1873 Samantha, Tuscaloosa Co., Ala., d--8-Mar-1921 Muskogee, Ok. m--Viola Irving 8-Feb-1899, Annie Mavan b--21-Feb--1879 Samantha, Tuscaloosa Co., Ala., d--1-Mar-1948 Pensacola, Fl., m--Langdon C. Bottoms 28-Aug-1903, Sallie Louella b--1-July-1882 Samantha, Tuscaloosa Co., Ala. d--13-Jan-1961 Greensboro, Ala. m--Thomas Wilson Ethridge 23-June-1907. This family seems to not be related to any other Watkins. I have been unable to find any connections. This is my brick wall. Would to hear from any family members. Good hunting. Carole Watkins Ashbrook Contact: Carole Watkins Ashbrook Email: Address: 2670 N. 230 Road; Mounds, Ok. 74047.

WEEKS---Searching for information on my grandfather. All I know is his name and birth date. John B. WEEKS, Born around 1866 in Alabama. I found this information from the 1910 Census for Red River County, Texas. Would really like to know where WEEKS family name occurs in 1870 Alabama census. Contact: Troy Weeks Email: Address: 2409 Beaufort Avenue; Virginia Beach, VA 23455.

Welch, McKnight,---I believe that my great great grandparents John Welch and Larissa McKnight Welch were married in Chambers Co. Al. April 30, 1840. They lived in Chambers Co for several years. My great grandfather Benjamin Newton Welch was born in Chambers Co. Feb. 26, 1846. The family moved to Rusk Co. Texas in 1848. I am trying to find anyone who might know anything about John Welchs parents or any part of the family. Paul Contact: Paul M. Jauch Email: Address: 1625 Sunnyvale Saratoga Rd.; Sunnyvale, Ca. 94087.

Wells-Stinson or Simpson---Looking for Wells family of Abbeville. Father John and children Aaron, James Ray, Arthur, and Willa Mae Wells- Stinson or Simpson. Children all born about 1899 to 1905. Willa Mae I believe lived in Henry Co. all her life and may have children living there now. Contact: Elizabeth Wells-Estes Email: Address: 1235 Manor Rd.; Windsor PA 17366.

WESTBROOK---I am searching for information on Gene W. Westbrook husband of Rebecca aka Becky Hite of Piedmont Alabama. I believe his parents are J. Washington Westbrook and Margaret aka Minnie Reeves . Gene and Becky had two children, Oscar Thomas dob 1893 and Lorena Westbrook-Mollock dob 1896. Gene is believed to remarried and resided near Birmingham Ala. Also believe Becky died shortly after Lorena's birth. Contact: Merry Ann Simmons Email: Address: 4235 East Hopi Circle; Mesa AZ 85206.

Wester Cook---Benjamin Wester(1796-1885) m Elizabeth "Betsy" Cook 10 Feb 1816 Morgan Co GA.Son John Thomas Wester b 4 July 1821 d @1860-62 in Chambers Co AL. He married Sarah Eleanor UNK. She may have been Ellender.Would like her maiden name.Possible she was a Kilgore.Daughter Rebecca A.E.Wester m in 1873 Daniel Thomas Greene in Chambers Co AL.Rebecca had sisters: Eleanor A.C. and Matilda P.Any info appreciated. Contact: Eleanor Greene Hemmes Email: Address: 9918 Kirkhaven; Dallas TX 75238-2221.

WHITE, HARRISON---Seaborn Jones WHITE and Lousinda (Sindy) HARRISON. Seaborn born abt 1840, died 1913 in Excel, Monroe County, AL. Sindy born 1849, died 1923 in Excel, AL. Need info on both their parents and siblings, as well as place of birth and time of migration to Monroe County, AL (probably prior to 1870) Family stories mention Seaborn's service in CSA and walking back to Butler Co at the end of the war, so some possibly he resided and may have been born and married there. Children: Henry Robert (b 1870 in Excel), James Alexander (b 1874), Caldonia (b 1875), Marion Francis (b 1889), Mattie Mae (b 1896), Lucy (b 1906 in Excel), Bobbie Lee (b 1909 in Excel). Contact: Marsha King Grady Email: Address: 1605 Teg Dr; Iowa City IA 52246.

White/Gilliand/Waddle---WHITE, William Clovis b:8/18/1856 d:10 or 11/4/1922, m:Sara Jane Gilliand 12/3/1876, m:Mary Ann Waddle 6/14/1900. Lived in Red Bay, AL (Golden, Miss.). He may have come from Georgia. Any information appreciated. Contact: John White Email: Address: 13015 North Central Ave; Phoenix, AZ 85022.

WHITED---"JamesT.WHITED,born around 1800,is listed in court minutes in Benton Co.,around 1830-40.Listed besides his name is a Berry G. WHITED, William T. WHITED, and a John WHITED. i am trying to find out if there is any relationship involved.I cannot find much on any of these individuals.James WHITED is my g-g-g-grandfather.I am seeking information on where he was born and who his parents were". Contact: Curtis Whited Email: Address: 3206 Jenkins Circle North; Southside,AL 35907.

White---looking for information on a Lucius Cicero White, born approx 1847. Contact: roxanne reynolds Email: Address: ; .

Whittington---Researching the surname Whittington. John G. was born in 1823-4 in Monroe County and lived in Choctaw County from 1850 until his death in 1904. His father or relative could have been Francis or Wilson of Wilcox County. Anything would be appreciated! Contact: Brenda Taylor Email: Address: 3037 south cove dr.; B'ham., Al..

Wiley, Alexander, and Livingston---Jeremiah and Susan Alexander and John Earl and Easter Livingston Wiley Were my Great-Grandparents. I want to know who their parents were they were from Blount and Winston counties.George Alexander Jr.- Contact: George Alexander Jr. Email: GAJR@Prodigy Address: 1313 East Reppto; Brownfield, Texas z 79316.

Wiley---Looking for any info on Thomas Peters Wiley, born 1813 in Chambers County Alabama. Also any info on his father Thomas Peters(?) Wiley Sr. I have no date on his birth or death. Any info would help, Thanks... Contact: Dale Wiley Email: Address: 2081 Alcovy Station Rd.; Covington, Ga. 30014.

WILKERSON---Looking for john wilkerson born in scotland in the 1820's. came to n.c.Married margaret t. and came to alabama, around the union springs area(pike, now bullock co.] he served in the civil war with dawsons calvary, is buried at Bethel Presb. Church cemetary, but there are no dates on the marker. He had at least one son, thomas c. wilkerson bn. 1859 in Ala. I have found the son ,Thomas and the wife, Margaret on a 1880 census in ashley co. , arkansas. Thomas was 21 years old at that time. i need a birth record for Thomas and Death record for John to tie this all together. thanks!!!! Contact: RAYE WILKERSON-JONES Email: RJONES@HOPPER.NET Address: 3021 DEE HICKS RD; ALTOONA AL. 35952.

Williams---Eli W. Williams, wife of Pearl lived at 905 Appalachee St.(East Birmingham) in 1941/42. He died in Birmingham. Contact: Jim McCarter Email: Address: 15357 W. Hwy 31 ; Purdon, Tx. 76679.

Williams---Searching for information on Thomas Williams b.1802, Henry County Alabama. He was son of David Williams, b. 1759. Mother was Sally (?), b. 1759. any information greatly appreciated. Contact: James Williams Email: Address: 35553 Billie Ann Road; Wildomar, Ca., 92595.

WIMBERLY, b. 1838, Russell Co. AL---Looking for information, he may have moved across the state to Choctaw Co. His father was John W., mother, Narcissa Garrett. Contact: Carol Burke Email: Address: ; .

Winstead---I am looking for imformation on Green Madison Winstead b:Nov15,1850 Al d:Sept30,1936Birmingham. Would like to find out who his parents were. Any help would be deeply appreciated. Contact: Sue Winstead Email: Address: 201 Highland Drive; Hueytown,Al,35023.

Worthy/McCowan---Searching for parents of Tom/Thomas Worthy who moved from somewhere in Alabama to Mississippi about 1866. He took with him his young family which included wife, possibly named Madie/Matttie (McCowan) Worthy, and their young son James Thomas Worthy, born in 1863. They might have left from Birmingham--but not sure about that. Any info. re: McCowan family is also welcome. Thanks, Carol H. Contact: Carol Hanson Email: Address: ; Cedar Hill, Texas.

Wright, Moody---Looking for information on Charlie J Wright, Farther of Bert Wright. Bert wright born in Randolph County Alabama October 3 1888. Died in Baldwin county GA. Mother of Bert was Tollie Wright. Tollie Moody and Charlie Wright both Born in Randolph county Alabama. Contact: Jerrold Wright Email: Address: 375 South Third St #301; Burbank Ca 91502.

WRIGHT/ MCINTYRE---Need information on John Wright who appears on 1850 Henry Co. Census, age 30 with wife Elizabeth McIntyre, age 40 and the following children: James, age 18, Duncan, age 15, and Malinda age 12. If ages were recorded correctly this is most likely a second marriage for Elizabeth. Contact: JoAnn Smalling Email: Address: ; .

Wright/Glover---I looking for information on Homer Martin Wright born March 10th 1903 and his wife Mary Adeline Glover (born July 18 1902- 1903). Believed to have been married in Franklin County between 1923 to 1926. If you have any information please email me at Contact: Robbie Email: Address: 724 South Pine Drive; Jasper, Alabama 35504.

Young , Adams, Baker, Gibson and Lyle---Researching John Young who married Mary Adam in Alabama. Their children were name:Mell or Melvin, Ida,Velma, Grealla and Lillie Young. They lived in Trinity, Alabama(Morgan County). Mell Young married Novella Lyle; Lillie Young married Field Percy,Henry Pride,Joe Davis and Exum Lyle. Velma Young married Willie Baker. Ida Young married a gentleman with the last name Gibson. Grealla never married. But she helped raised one of Velma children in Cleveland, Ohio.John Young was born in Virginia; Mary was born in Alabama.Any help would be helpful to me. God Bless to all!!!!!! Contact: casandra sykes Email: Address: 322 w.80th street; Los Angeles,California 90003.