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BABIN--Marie Genevieve BABIN DE LA SOURCE married Jacques Julien Enoul Dugue de LIVAUDAIS of New Orleans in the mid 1700s. She is listed as being from an "old Mobile family." From the books, I've seen her parents are probably Pierre BABIN DE LA SOURCE and Marie F. JALLOT. Can someone help me verify this information? Contact russell@yesc.org

BAGWELL, Wiley, b. 1800 SC?, m. 1823 Jefferson Co., AL to Mary "Polly" York, d/o Emanuel and Elizabeth Adair York. Emanuel b. ca 1760-70, d. 1834 Jefferson Co., AL, went to AL about 1817, Elizabeth Adair York, b. ca 1780-90, 1/2 Cherokee Indian. Son, George L. Bagwell, son of Wiley and Mary, was b. c1834 Jefferson Co., AL, m. 1853 to Nancy Laster in Jefferson Co., AL. Looking for proof of parentage of Wiley Bagwell. His parents could be Frederick and Mary Hill Bagwell, but no proof. I also have a Bagwell surname e-mail discussion group, you are invited to join. Contact Pat at Icezena@texas.net

BAILEY -- BAILEY, Ethel maiden name of Smith. Born 29 Feb 1912 in Alabama (Northern AL). Mother's name of Ada BLACK SMITH. Married Joe Bailey between 1930-32--had 7 children. Trying to find out where her relatives came from. E-mail: NIKECAT@aol.com. Snail mail of: Diane Beesley 601 Grenada Way Niceville FL 32578.

BAILEY--Interested in information on ancestors/descendants of following settlers in Morgan County, Alabama: Wiley Harrison BAILEY born 1843 AL died 1905 Morgan Co, married Martha Jane MCELROY b. 1846 MS d. 1922 Morgan County, daughter of Anderson MCELROY of Oglethorpe County, GA and Cleburne County, AL, Monroe COMPTON, b. 1823 NC died 1910 Morgan County, married 1850 Elizabeth Johnson FLACK, b. 1829 NC d. 1901 Morgan County, Monroe and Elizabeth were first cousins, descended from Jesse WATSON of NC, COMPTONS, FLACKS, and WATSONS immigrated to Morgan County in 1852. Jesse BOWERS b. 1797 NC died 1857 Morgan County, WILLIAM WILLIAMS b ca 1778 VA, died 1850s Morgan County, his son John WILLIAMS b. 1813 VA died 1862 Morgan County married Narcissa WILLIAMS Madison County AL, any kinship unsure, Thomas OVERSTREET b. KY 1812 married Virginia THOMPSON Morgan or Madison County, AL, died 1890s David Cofield 225 Goshen Lane, Woodstock, GA 30188 jdcofield@worldnet.att.net

BAIN - Daniel S. BAIN (b. Feb. 1802 NC, d. 7 Jan 1870, Wilcox Co., AL) m. in Wilcox Co. on 24 Mar 1836 to Sarah Ann H. MASON (b. 9 Feb 1804 SC, d. 28 Apr 1861 Wilcox Co., AL). Both being in their 30's when they married one another, each may have been married before. Cannot find Daniel S.'s BAIN family in NC. Do not know Sarah's original surname. Their children were all born in Wilcox Co. near Snow Hill or Pineapple. Names of children are: Thomas Judson, William Dawson, Martha H., Alexander Travis, and Mary Jane. Would appreciate anything on Daniel's ancestry or descendants also anything on Sarah. Thanks. Karlen Bruner Bain <travkar@why.net>

BAKER--I am searching for information on Elijah Baker, b. c. 1820 in SC, married Mary WATSON (b.c. 1830 GA) in 1847 in Talladega Co. AL. 1850 census shows one child, Emaline age 2. I am trying to determine if this is the Emaline BAKER who married James Henry CLEVELAND in 1867 in Tallapoosa Co AL, with John BAKER as bondsman. I would appreciate any information on this couple. Laura C. Edwards, 816 Perry Howard Rd, Fuquay-Varina NC 27526, jledwards@mindspring.com

BAKER> Am looking for information on Susanah BAKER b. 1816 Ga. d. aft 1870 Coosa County,Al. married William EVANS. Children of this couple were (1) Martha (2)Frank (3)Sarah A (4)Robert E (5)Charles M (6)Daniel &(7)Sophia. Thanks. SuWe@aol.com

BAKER-Bartholemew Baker b. 1805 in SC, d. aft 1866 m.Elizabeth Harriet White in AL, daughter of Elizabeth Honger and John Marion White. He was son of Samuel Baker and Polly Right. Polly died in 1810, Samuel remarried, left Bartholemew and sister Sarah with an aunt--never heard from again. Bartholemew carried letters of Methodist church establishing churches. Last in Talledega Co., Winterboro community. Bartholemew and Elizabeth had 11 cildren born in AL between 1838-1861. Any help appreciated. Ruth Bennett Fstop2@aol.com

BAKER / GROVES-- Martha BAKER, of the Baker plantation, married Claud or Vaude Groves of NC? First son Thomas F. Groves was born on the plantation. The family went to Texas after the civil war. This is all verbal history. Any information, including the plantation location, would be appreciated. Thanks. jimf@redriverok.com

BAKER--I am looking for any information on a James BAKER who died in Barbour Co., AL about 1847. James BAKER m. Patience SMITH, moved to AL from New Bern, NC; was probably born cir. 1850. He had the following children: William, Robert, James, Emily, Mary, Nancy, Jane, Elizabeth, and Mathew. I would like to hear from any one who has any information on this family. DBaker3381@aol.com

BAKER- Looking for info. on my BAKER ancestor who was allegedly killed by 2 slaves whom he was overseeing. Died cir. 1864. The 2 slaves were supposedly burned. Left a widow, Mary Lucinda SHEPHERD BAKER and four sons: (1)Benjamin West BAKER (possibly Jr.); (2) William "Buck" BAKER; (3) John Franklin BAKER; and (4) Alexander Stephen BAKER. The mother and 4 boys supposedly left Pike Co., Ala. in 1868 and went to Miss. and then on to settle in Louisiana. Any info. would be most appreciated. Contact Greg Aymond P.O. Box 5503, Alexandria, La. 71307, or graay@popalex1.linknet.net.

BAKER, William Thomas (Feb 1827 Madison Co AL) son of Issac BAKER (1788 NC) and Margaret (1786 SC). William married Serralda Pinkney JETT (11/4/1827 Madison Co., AL), daughter of James JETT, on 11/30/1848. Need help locating families for both James JETT and Issac BAKER. L. D. McWilliams - lmcwilli@computron.net

BALDWIN, Nancy W. -Looking for birth place and parent information for Nancy W. BALDWIN. She was born someplace in Alabama 13 Feb 1861. Her parents were P.T. and Sarah BALDWIN. According to 1880 Travis County, Texas census they are from South Carolina. Nancy and her husband moved to Kerr County, Texas and she died there 24 Feb 1937. I would appreciate and help. Sally, sabelden@ix.netcom.com

BALL, SIMS-- SIMS, Mary Elizabeth (Cassie), b. Sept. 1834, m BALL, Daniel, b. 1830, NC, on Apr. 18, 1861, Tallapoosa Co. Ch. Daniel Benjamin m Ada Spencer Jinks, Clay Co. 1888 Lula never married Lirabell (Bell) m Walt Williams Jenny (Virginia). Daniel d 1904 buried Arat Graveyard, Bluff Springs, Clay Co. Last record of Cassie in 1906 when she registered for Confederate pension in Coosa Co. Told she was buried in Goodwater. Interested in info on any of these people. TLacavera@aol.com

BALLARD, CARTER, RUSSELL--I am seeking information on my BALLARD and RUSSELLlines. The families lived in the Belmont, MS and Red Bay, AL area. Any help would be appreciated. Charlie C. Ballard Abt. 1865 - 1941 m. Mahalia C. CARTER b. Abt. 1861 children:Hosea Edgar Ballard 1899 - 1967 m. Maggie Opel Gilbert 1903 - 1974 2nt.Mildred Sullivan 1906, Tom Ballard m. Dorey Sarton, William Charlie Ballard, Austin Ballard 1881 - 1901, Oscar Philips Ballard Abt. 1884 - 1915, Beadie Ballard 1889 - 1925 m. John Edmund Russell. russellballard@chicago.avenew.com

BANDY--I am looking for a lady named Arthaleen. Her married name was BANDY(husband Jessie), and she raised her kids in Mississippi, but I don't know if she was married in MS or AL. She was born in Alabama about 1831 (listed in 1870 census as 39 years old). Contact Megan, piglet@usroots.com

BANE, John, born June 4, 1825 in or around Franklin Co., AL. Please any info re: his birth place, parents names, their birth place and any other family info. John ran away from home at age 14 to Prentiss Co. Miss. Later he married Sarah Kinningham. Lee Bane, 5 Mota Lane, Hot Springs Village, AR 71909, e-mail lebane@ipa.net Phone 501 922-4371

BARBER: John B. BARBER was b. 1830-32 in NC. He married Eveline L. MATHEWS b. 1835-36 in AL. The family lived in Dale County, AL, in 1860 and 1870. Children: (1) Matthew C. BARBER, (2) Stephen Washington BARBER m. Emma Lee HARRIS, (3) Milberry/Milbra BARBER, and (4) General BARBER. Please contact Carolyn Penner at cpenner@mcls.rochester.lib.ny.us

BARCLAY--BARCLAY, John b 1829 Scotland m Mary Ann ESTES. In 1866 and 1870 they were living in Alabama, they moved between Tennessee and Alabama. Mary Ann died in 1873 in Tenn. Jmol26@aol.com

BARHAM-William A.BARHAM,who served Confederate Army 1862-1865, appears with family in 1866 AL census Barbour Co. Wife was Rebecca Jane KENNEDY, daughter of William and Sarah KENNEDY. Would appreciate any relevant info. Dr. Richard Barham, 4010 Firstview Dr., Austin, TX 78731. ribarha@austin360.com

BARKER, John Leonard--b. 1827, New London Co. CT d. 1895 Montgomery Co., AL. Raised in Laurens Co., SC. First appears in Montgomery Co., 1850. Married 1st: Kate Tyler 1855 2nd Mary Natalie Ellen WRIGHT 1857 in Huntsville, Madison Co., AL. Who were his parents and siblings? jhale@aug.com.

BARKER, Jesse Cleveland b. May 8, 1845 in Calhoun Co. Al. son of Jesse BARKER b. abt 1815. Jesse Cleveland BARKER served in Co.B 62nd Alabama Infantry (also known as 1st Alabama Reserves) from 12-5-1862 to 4-9-65 when he was captured at Blakely, Al. He married Alisha Elizabeth SPIKES b Jan 13,1845 also in Al. They raised (11) children but they were all born in Tx. So they must have left Alabama immediately after his release by the Yankees. We need to know more about Jesse Cleveland Barker's parents and siblings. We know of one brother known only as "Bud" BARKER. We have later information to share. W.L. Barker, 51998 McKenzie Hwy, Blue River, Or 97413, E-Mail: TopBranchW@aol.com

BARLOW--I am trying to make a connection of my Mississippi BARLOW'S to the BARLOW'S that were in Alabama early to mid 1800's. Contact me at sholmes@centuryinter.net or susanholmes@hotmail.com. If all else fails contact me at 509 Dogwood Redfield, AR 72132 Thank you.

BARLOW - William F., b. 1822 in Alabama. In 1851 married Nancy HICKS (b. 1836 to Francis and Elizabeth HICKS in Alabama). Both BARLOW and HICKS families moved to Arkansas, Magnolia Twp., Columbia Co. before 1851. E-mail any info. to Nando52@aol.com

BARNES-- Janie P. BARNES b. Nov 1899 in AL, m. unknown. Janie lived in Coweta/Troup Counties in GA shortly after her birth until her marriage. She was said to live in or near Fairfax, AL after her marriage. She died young, probably before 1928, but had at least one child. The child was raised by Janie's husband and the Barnes family lost contact with them. Contact hawkins@atlcom.net

BARNES--BARNES, Benjamin Franklin: Discrepancy in dob and m. Not sure which is correct. Contact efavre@linknet.net

BARNES - Looking for information on Joshua Frank BARNES 06/21/1848-05/29/1913 married to Pena Elizabeth BARNES 06/30/1845-02/24/1920. Suspected place of birth Fort Valley, GA. Other names associated with Pena BARNES are PENNEL & PELHAM. Had many children, died and were buried in Abbeville Alabama. Please send any reply to Michael B. Barnes of Birmingham, Alabama. mbbarnes@mindspring.com

BARNES-- G.O. (George Oby) BARNES b. c1875 in GA, m. Laura PIGG, b c1875, probably in AL. G.O. and Laura married in 1894 in Troup Co. GAand then moved to Fairfax, AL. Several children, but the only confirmed children are (1) Georgia Alline BARNES b c1905 in AL, m. Homer Arthur NORRED in 1928, (2) Sarah BARNES b c 1900 in AL, m _?_ Wood(s) and lived in Columbus, GA for some years. Possible names of other children (according to family information): James, Belle, Katie Mae, and Mac. Contact hawkins@atlcom.net

BARNES, PUGH, DAY--BARNES, Susie E. b. 1857 Al. d. 1906 Monroe Co. Ms.She was married to James Issac Pugh b. 1855 Chambers Co. Al. The parents of James Issac Pugh were: Issac (b. 1835 Va) and Mary Jane Day(b. 1822 NC) I would like to find information on the parents and siblings of Susie E. Barnes. The children of Susie E. Barnes Pugh and James Issac Pugh were: Carrie, Eula, Mattie, James Thomas, Walter Jay, Minnie Ollie and John Franklin. Any information on this family very much appreciated. margie mbcroney@bellsouth.net

BARNES-SMITH--Looking for information on Sara Jemima Barnes b. 3-1-1862 D. 12-26-1936 Jefferson Co. Al m. John Henry Allen Smith. Buried Friendship Meth. Church Ce. Morris Ala. Children Junius Ewins Smith b. 4-9-1882 b. 6-17-1957. John Smith b.8-3-1884 d. 5-28-1941, James Wesley (Jim) Smith b. 6-7-1886 d. 2-23-1966, Ada Smith (Doss) b. 3-19-1889 d. 8-25-1963. Sara was my ggrandmother I would like to find information abou her parents, grandparents and siblings. lrflurnet@webtv.net

BARNES--My information on my Grandad is sketchy. His name was Walter Coleman BARNES. At one time, he may have worked in the steel mills around Birmingham. He moved to Texas after a yellow-fever epidemic killed his wife and most of his family. He re-married (my grandmother) and my mother was born in 1921. At the time, my granddad was in his 60's. His two survivng sons from Alabama were named Wesley and George. Any help you can give me will be appreciated. Larry Sharp, radiopd@ballistic.com

BARNES, William Henry,b.27 Mar 1847,GA?,m.1869,d.5 May 1909 Floyd Co,GA, Civil War Confederate, POW, wounded Gettysburg, PA, enlisted at 15 yrs old m.Lucrecia Eveline BOGGS, b. 13 Oct 1847, Clarke Co, GA, d. 13 Oct 1946 on her 99th birthday in Palos,AL They lived in Alabama City, Etowah Co,AL 33 yrs. any help will be appreciated! Thanks, Judith anderson@intellex.com or 2020 Redbird, Tahlequah, OK 74464

BARNETT - I would appreciate any information about Lessie Irene Barnett b.abt 1915 possibly in Al. Thank you in advance. J. Wolff--dwolff3@AOL.com

JOUSHA BARRETT,b.SC 1/26/1797, d. 4/6/1885 Butler County AL. Married Elizabeth HATCH in SC. 1818 in SC. Settled Cumberlad Dist., SC 1820 (US census, SC. Sumter County). Moved to Montgomery Cnty., AL 1822. Settled Montgomery Cnty. 1825. Moved to Eastern Butler Cnty. 1827. Children: 1.Andrew J. Barrett, b. Montgomery Cnty, AL 4/26/1826 2.Eliabeth Louisa Barrett, b. 1830, Butler Cnty, AL. Moved to Texas. 3.Anderson J. Barrett, b. 2/3/1833, Butler Cnty, AL, d. 9.20/1882Butler Cnty, AL. 4. Nathaniel W. Barrett, b. 1/15/1836 5. Teresa N. Barrett, b. 6/1840. 6. Ruitha L. Barrett, b. 1845 I have additional info. on the Barretts through the present. If you have any info. on this family please contact me at: Perry H. Barrett, Jr., 12525 Monterey Rd., San Martin, CA. 95046, (408)683-9555 fax(408)683-0161, E-MAIL pbarrett@ix.netcom.com

BARRETT, WALTERS, MARONEY, ELROD, RICHARDSON, HURLEY, CONAWAY, COHEALY-- Marion BARRETT b. 1829 in Greenville, SC, m. Nancy MARONEY b. abt 1850. Served in Al 19th Co E 1862-1863. Lost leg in battle of Chicamauga. Lived in Cherokee Co Al until death in 1909. Children: (1) Mary A. ³Molly² BARRETT b. 1870 m. Marion CONAWAY. (2) John Marion BARRETT b. 1872 m. Dather COHEALY b. 1875, Lela Mae WALTERS b. 1896. (3) Malissa BARRETT b. 1876 m. James B. ELROD. (4) Edith BARRETT b. 1878 m. William Newton RICHARDSON. (5) Joella BARRETT b. 1880 m. Miles Milton HURLEY. Seeking info on Marion¹s early life, parents, family etc. Contact: bsmith@emeraldis.com

BARTON --Jackson Woodrow or James William Barton cgbjdb@xit.net

BASSETT--Can anyone tell me if Thomas BASSETT, of Washington county, married one of the STRINGER daughters? Specifically, the Sarah BASSETT who died in 1841? bfwarn@ibm.net

BATCHELOR--Need information on the BATCHELOR/ BACHELOR/ BATCHELDER families. My gr grandfather was born in Alabama June 1841. His father NATHANIEL (NATHAN) BATCHELOR wife ELSEY (COX) lived in GA. They moved to ALA. then back to GA, then to TX. I would like any information about my family. Our names have been spelled in these ways. Thank you! Peggy Batchelor Hamlett email dadhaml@dallas.net

BATES EVANS WALKER--I know that I descend from __________Bates and Sarah Evans. What I do not know is which Bates. I will explain a bit late how I idenified Sarah Evans and I will attempt to clearly point out what I know and what I believe. I know that my William M. Walker (son of Churchwell) married Sarah Ann Bates on 29 December 1838 in Chambers Co., AL. Attached to the marriage license is a note, "Sir, Mr. Walker wishes license to marry Sary Ann Bates . I heard the old lady, her mother, say that Sary was of age and she was pefectly willing for her daughter to have him. Mr. Walker did not know if it was necessary to have my writing to show but I assure you it is all right. (signed) T. Shannon". The only logical conclusion I could draw from the note is that Sarah's mother was widowed and that it was she alone who made the decision regarding her daughter's wedding. I searched the 1840 census in Chambers County and the surrounding counties in both Alabama and Georgia and found no male Bates listed that would refute the above arguement. I did find, in adjacent Tallapoosa Co., Alabama and 1840 census liting for one Sarah Bates. The listing 1 male 10/15, 1 male 15/20, 2 males 20/30, 1 female 10/15 and 2 females 50/60. In the 1850 Census William and Sarah (Bates) Walker are living in Coosa Co., Alabama. Living nearby is her mother Sarah (Evans) Bates, with son Francis M. and daughter Mary Bates. Also nearby are daughter Hannah H. and her husband Cary Cotton, Daughter Evaline and her husband John Pate, son William E. and his wife Lucinda Dennis ,son David M. and his wife Elizabeth May and son William E. who married Selena Borough. The relationship of these brothers and sisters I have proved through the estate records in Coosa Co., Alabama of William E., Thomas J. and William E. Bates, all of whom died between 1861 and 1864. Now, as the the information that my Bates antecedent was married to Sarah Evans. Arden Evans died in Wilkes Co., Georgia sometime after 22 November 1861. in his Will of that date, he left his mother-in-law Mary Rouse five-hundred dollars, provided that his old negro man Ben be allowed to select his owner and that he be provided for for life and bequeathed " all the balance of my property both real and personal be equally devided amoung my neices and nephews that may be living at the time of my death"...provided that the "amount that may fall in the division to my nephew Evan Bates , son of my sister Hannah Bates, shall be surrendered by my executors to whoever my said nephew shall select...and be held in trust for the benefit of my nephew and his children...ect". and then directed the property be sold for division. The list of those named as neices and nephews is long and includes F. Marion Bates, Mary Bates, Thomas F. Bates, William E. Bates William and Sarah Walker and John and Evaline Pate. The only ones of my line not found in the returns of the estate are Cary and Hannah H. Cotton and David M. Bates. I suspect that only means that there are records I have not discovered or which have been lost. Also, back in Coosa Co., Alabama the estate records of William E. Bates notes money received from the "estate of A. Evans". There are a large number of other neices and nephews listed Caroline Bates, Matthew Bates, John W. Bates, D. F. C. Brooks, Arden Evans Jr., David Evans, John W. Bellamy, J. Walker Boswell, Caroline Boswell, David Brown, Nasa Jones, John Nowland, Hannah Shaddix, Thomas Williams, Nancy Williams, John M. Poss, Nelson Vaughn, Barbara Vaughn, F. M. Streibling, Lester Hopkins, William D. Hardy, David Lunceford, Daniel Lunceford, John J. Ruff and Sarah Stewart. That is the list as I have it now but I suspect there are returns yet undiscovered. Arden Evans was one of the administrators of his Father David Evans' Estate, also in Wilkes Cou., Georgia. David Evans died before 28 March 1808, when an inventory of his estate was entered into court records. There was an estate sale on 1 November 1808 and then, almost three years later, on 5 August 1811, Arden Evans asked the court to divide the estate. Samuel Jones, Weaver Cotton and C. W. Gresham were appointed to make the division. At that time, property "given in his lifetime by David Evans, to William, Jesse and Arden Evans and John Bates" was called in by Adren Evans, Administrator. I am about to get to the speculative part, and I believe the phrase "in his lifetime" is important to my arguement. Later distribution records provide for a share to John W. Bates, who married Rhoda Evans. But John W. Bates did not marry Rhoda Evans until 9 December 1817, at least nine years AFTER David Evans' death. There is I believe, no logical reason for David Evans to have given in his lifetime (before 1808) property to John W. Bates, who would not become his son-in-law until 1817 (almost ten years after his death). I believe David Evans had two sons-in-law named John Bates, one of who later used the middle initial "W" to distinquish himself from the other. In census records, all the children of _______ Bates and Sarah Evans say ther were born in Georgia. Mary, the youngest, says she was born in 1831. So the family should be listed the 1830 Census of Georgia. There is only one Bates family in Georgia that fits, that of John Bates in Campbell County. The record show 2 males under 5, 1 male 5/10, 2 males 10/15, 1 male 60/70, 2 females under 5, 1 female 15/20 and two females 40/50. (note the two females 40/50 in the 1830 Campbell Co., Georgia census and the two females 50/60 listed in the 1840 Tallapoosa Co., Alabama Census) I know this has been lengthy but I am hopeful that I may find other researchers who are interested or may find some of their lost family amoung the names included. I would very much appreciate his information anyone might have. Where did the John Bates of Campbell County, Georgia die? Where are his Estate records located? Anyone who has an interest in this line or any of my research can get more information at either of the two URL listed below. http://personal.cha.bellsouth.net/~dwalker1 or http://www.uftree.com/UFT/WebPages/dwalker1/DWALKER1/index.htm dwalker1@bellsouth.net

BATSON--Interested in hearing from anyone with BATSON's in Jefferson or surrounding counties, around 1850-1880. bfwarn@ibm.net

BATTLES: Looking for any info on Richard BATTLES and any relations. Richard was also known as Lewis (Louis) Lonzo. It is known that he had at least two wives. First wife was Milly (Millie) Lurena POLLARD (died c 1905). They had several children one of which was Mary Lurena BATTLES who married Joseph Louis JONES. Richard's second wife was Minnie KELLY. Richard and family lived in St.Clair and Cherokee counties of AL. It is possible that they lived in other counties as well. Will be willing to share any info that I have. Also, it is suspected that his parents were William BATTLES and Ann (Anna) JACOBS. Please contact me at haynesgang@anniston.net Margie Haynes

BAXLEY--Looking for information on the children of William and Catherine E (Carroll) BAXLEY. Lydia b- 1844, Elliott b- 1846, Harriett b- 1847, Patsy b- 1848, Aaron b- 1850, Hethy b- 1854, Catherine b- 1856, Nancy b- 1859, They lived in Barbour Co, Al . Would appreciate any help. aph@hom.net

BAXTER-Thomas G. Baxter b:@1850 in Jackson cty, Fla m: Martha Mercer in Henry cty,Ala. Later married Charlene La Watson in Suwannee cty, Fla. Any info on his ancestors or children with Charlene. Also intrested in his father Thomas Baxter b:@1820 in Fla ,m:Elizabeth. Both lived in Henry cty,Ala. Thanks, Shannon      wilsons@southconn.com

BAYGENTS-- Walter Wallace BAYGENTS b. 11 Mar 1886 m. Phoebe Almeda McMICHAEL, B. 28 oCT 1884 Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa Co. AL baygents@mediaone.net web page http://www.se.mediaone.net/~baygents/

BAYLESS-FRANKLIN....searching for the parents of William Bayless and his wife Rowena Franklin born c 1800 in Alabama. Married 1820. Contact edna@goodguy.goodnet.com

BAYLESS --Samuel BAYLESS (s/o Wm. and Rowena (FRANKLIN) BAYLESS), b.1820AL-d.1863KS m. Martha S LITTLE, (d/o Mathias and Narcissa (DOWNS) LITTLE), b.c.1823AL-d.?. Samuel and Martha LITTLE were married c. 1843 in AL. Does anyone know these families in Alabama? Have info to share re descendants. AHORNE@quix.net

BEASLEY : need information on Charles Allen MASON, Born 13 March 1831 in Richland, Stewart County, GA, Died 3 December 1912 in Red Level, Covington County, AL, Buried in Fairmont Baptist Cemetery in Red Level, AL, Married 1 March 1861 to Sarah Elizabeth BEASLEY, Born 31 May 1841 in Georgiana, Butler County, AL, Died 1 September 1917 in Red Level, Covington County, AL, Buried in Fairmont Baptist Cemetery in Red Level, AL. Need information on both sets of parents and siblings. David R. Heise, Heise@iolinc.net

BEASLEY-Charles W. BEASLEY b. 4/15/1818 d. 4/22/1888, m Thirza NORTHCUTT b. 3/28/1818 d. 9/13/1887 moved to Conecuh County, Al. about 1820. Children: (1) John B. b. 1838 d. 1864 (2) Wesley b. 1840 d. 1863 (3) Henry J. b. 4/26/1842 d. 2/7/1915, m. Nancy A. JAMES (4) Sarah b. 1844 d. 1952, m. Samuel PADGETT (5) Stephen "Bud" b. 8/24/1849 d. 1914, m. Mary E. HUGGINS (6) Reden J. b. 6/16/1852 d. 9/8/1911, m. Mollie PICKENS. (7) Asberry Colonel b. 10/26/1858 d. 5/30/1898, m. Lydia HANCOCK b. 2/25/1862 (8) Margaret Maggie E. b. 1857 d. 1936 m. Zatchary Joiner TAYLOR (9) Julius b. 1860 d. 1898, m. Annor Weekerson. Contact tigerb@auburn.campus.mci.net

MY PRATERNAL GRANDFATHER WAS ""WALTER BEAM ", HIS WIFE WAS LUCY BEAM- NEE- " HOLCOMB" FROM THE AREAS OF WALKER AND CULLMAN COUNTIES; CHILDREN WERE ORVILLE, WALTER, PAUL,RUTH ALL WITH SURNAME BEAM. Contact RBeam44473@aol.com

BEARD -- Thomas Jefferson BEARD (1835-1916) seeking his descendants interested in family history. He was the brother of my great-grandfather, Edward Derrel Beard. T.J.B. was Episcopal Bishop of Alabama his children were: Elizabeth Page (m. Nevins) James Wilmer (m. Shotwell) Edward Calhoun (m. Hooper) Harry Newton (m. Clark) Thomas Beverley and Mary. We have photos, histories, stories etc., if descendants of Uncle Thomas J would like to find us. Thanks! loosechips@aol.com

BEARD/BEAIRD--Looking for newspaper article supposedly that appeared about the death of on EDMUND BEARD/BEAIRD sometime around 1850/1852 time period. He lived in and around Bibb County Al from 1818 to 1850 and appearaed on the Autuaga 1850 census as EDWARD BEARD with daughter Sarah Connell and family. Any help appreciated. jsaxon@softdisk.com

BEARD -- Searching for info on Moses BEARD and wife Caroline NEWBERRY. They lived in Monroe co. at Burnt Corn area. He was a farmer and then they moved to Wayne Co., Ms. in the clear creek community. He was scalped by Indians and she then with the help of her 18 children continued farming. Need Moses parents James BEARD who lvd in Cummerland Co. N.C. when Moses was born. Any help will beard appreciated. lbbird@gulftel.com or 334-961-3166

BEARDEN ‹ I am researching all BEARDENS in the Jefferson County & Marshall County areas. Specifically interested in Mary Jane BEARDEN who married Robert William BEARDEN (b. 10/9/1861; d. 1/11/1937) and Robert's parents, William BEARDEN and Passey Ann GOODE (b. ca. 1842). I have plenty of info on Passey's mother, Nancy WATKINS and the Daniel WATKINS, Jr. line that I am willing to share. Please contact me at bearden1@gte.net. Thank you, Angela Markwalter

BEAVER- Francis M. BEAVER, b 1836 in ?, AL and married Mary E. BEAVER (maiden ?) She was b in c 1836 in TN. Any information about his parents or siblings would be appreciated. beavertd@brightok.net

BECK, Lue Veanie and her family. Born around 1870-75 in Macon county Ala. Married Adolf Mayne and moved to Texas in 1897. If you have any info please write me at choctaw@flash.net.

BEDGOOD -- Looking for information on the BEDGOOD and SEALE families in Butler County, Alabama. My ancestors include William Henry BEDGOOD (born 1860 or 1861) who married Daisy Mae SEALE (born 1881) in Reddock Springs, Alabama in 1898. William Henry's parents were John BEDGOOD (born 1822) and Mary ROACH (born 1830). Daisy Mae's parents were Henry Oliver SEALE (born 1830) and Mary Susan HENDERSON (born 1843). Mary HENDERSON's surname at the time of the marriage was CHEATHAM, as she was a widow with a child named Ida CHEATHAM. Henry Oliver SEALE, the son of Anderson SEALE, served in the Confederate Army in the 17th Alabama Infantry, Company C. John BEDGOOD served in the Confederate Army in the 17th Alabama Infantry, Company K. Contact Stacey L. Bedgood at bedgood@ctc.com

BEDINGFIELD--Andrew Jackson b. 1848 in Lauderdale Co., Al. m. Martha E. HOLBERT b. 1852 in Al. Children:(1)James (2) Stephen Hamilton m. Lillie HOOIE (3) Ira H. m. Ada GREER (4) Pearl (5) Maud m. Arthur MORRIS(6) Arthur Jackson m. Dora RICHARDSON\Mary Belle ADAMS (7) Dona C. m. Lillian RICHARDSON (8) Charles Herschel m. Ollie PETE Contact Pegtrav@aol.com

BEDINGFIELD--Charles BEDINGFIELD b. in 1809 in SC/Tn. m. Frances HOLBERT b. in NC. Children born in Lauderdale Co., Al. (1) William S. m. Josphene STENETTE\ Mary D. ROBERTSON (2) Stephen Hamilton m. Nancy "Nan" STENETTE (3) James (4) John D. m. Fanny TRIBBLER (5) Andrew Jackson m. Martha HOLBERT (6) Mary Sara Frances m. Jim KEMAMORE Contact Pegtrav@aol.com

BEDINGFIELD--Charles Henry BEDINGHAM b. 1773 in N.C. d. abt. 1845 in Lauderdale, Co., Al. m. Jane ? Children: (1) James Ashley (2) Charles Contact Pegtrav@aol.com

BEDINGFIELD--Ira H. b. 1875 m. Ada GREER b. Al. Children born in Lauderdale Co., Al. (1) Jessie E."Jack" m. John C. PATTERSON b. 1895 in Al. (2) V. Earline m. Noel Clellon HOLLAND (3) Maud m. Jesse SHARP (4) Elsie m. F. Malcome FUQUA (5) Venessa H. m. George PARKER/ ? COSBY (6)Ira H., Jr. m. Edith COX Contact Pegtrav@aol.com

BEECH--BEECH, John b. 1803 SC m. Mary ? b.1807 SC and had 15 children: [1] Joseph b.1823 AL, [2] Rebecca b. 1823 AL, [3] Thomas Beech b. 1828 AL, [4] Mary b. 1830 MS, [5] John Jr. b. 1832 died in Civil War Co. A 32nd AL Vol. Inf., [6] Henry b. 1834 AL, [7] Israel b. 1853 AL, [8] Joel b. 1839 MS, [9] Martha b 1840 MS, [10] Elizabeth b. 1842 MS, [11] Nancy b. 1844 AL, [12] Harriett b. 1845 AL, [13] Amanda b. 1847 AL, [14] Anicha b. 1848 AL, [15] Salana b. 15 Apr 1850 AL d. 13 Apr 1930 MS (My g grandmother). Contact Ray Revette at rrevette@digital.net

BELCHER,Buford or A.B. born Bainbridge Ga 1828 married Elizabeth..Father of William Henry Belcher also born Bainbridge Ga..Believe they were in contruction business as they traved back and forth between Ga and Alabama..They ended up in Bibb County Alabama..There may be 2 A.B. Belchers or he was a very busy man...thanks for your help.. Herman@deepsouthbbs.com

BELL, Green B., b. 1835 GA, d. 1864 CSA Richmond, VA, m. Elizabeth BUTLER 22 Nov 1855 Henry Co, AL, father of Washington B. BELL, my grand-father. BUTLER, Edna Elizabeth, b. 1837 GA m. Green B. BELL above in Henry Co, AL. Contact S. M. McAllister" at smmc@hiwaay.net

BELL, James M., b. 10-16-1852 (AL?), d. 1-25-1929 Montague Co., TX, m. Nancy WEBB, father of Jess James BELL, Stella BELL, Frankie BELL, Samuel Edward BELL, Manda C. BELL, John BELL, Mable BELL. WEBB, Nancy, b. 1863, m. James M. BELL above. Died young (after 1891). James BELL was reported to be from Pescola, AL (?). Came to Texas by 1877, when received land grant from State. Sister Mary BELL reported to be living in Mobile City, AL, by great-nieces. Seeking any and all info. to connect Bell family to Alabama and prior roots. Contact M. Bell at skiptom@flash.net

BENEFIELD--I am looking for information on my great grandfather his name was David H. BENEFIELD. He lived in Ranburne Al. My grandfather was William D. BENEFIELD, A son of David's frist marriage.Please help me find out something about my family .I would like to know who this man was ,what did he do for a living,Who was his father and mother Please help. My e-mail address is redtruck94@hotmail.com , or my mailing address is Vickie Gunter, 107 Leah Dr., Talladega,Al 35160

BENNETT-Ismael BENNETT b. c1807 m. Phoebe listed in 1850 Hancock Co. Al census with children. Dau. Carolyn b. 1835 m. William PENN. Their dau. Phoebe Elizabeth b. 1865 m. 1882 to Frances Marion CHAPMAN. Looking for any info. jtyssen@ktc.com

BENNETT, FLOURNOY--GGGrandmother Nancy Catherine BENNETT b 1831 d 1865-1867 Coosa County Ala. Sp James Harvey FLOURNOY. Her parents were James BENNETT and Nancy HUMPHREY. I am seeking decendents of siblings of Nancy BENNETT. 1. Charles Floyd 2. Louisa E. 3. Rachael J. 4. James Alexander, 5 Eli F 6. Nevel 7.Thomas B. 8. Silas A. 9. Frances Ann. Two different researchers have different information on the siblings. Any and all information is appreciated. I would also like to know where she is buried. I understand she died "directly after Civil War" jororr@unicomp.net

BENSON--Seeking any info on the Benson Line i Walker County, Alabama. Would especially like to know if the Elizabeth ______ USSERY, family 375-375, 1850 Walker County Federal Census, was a BENSON prior to her Ussery marriage. Thanks, Bob Ussery, russery@tir.com

BENSON--Any help you could give me would be appreciated. I am looking for relatives that lived in the Riverton, Alabama region. This area was flooded with Pikwick lake in the early 1900's. I have two names, Rebecca M. BENSON and Mary M. MOOR. Please, let me know if you have anything on these individuals. Contact Pam Baker at PBaker5485@aol.com

BERRY --Looking for information on JIM (OR JAMES) BERRY born in Alabama around 1900. Doing this for a friend. Snail mail: Cathy Berry, 155 Duke Lane, Eros, Louisiana, 71238 SNOWBELL@WEBTV.NET

BERRY --I am researching BERRY's from Jackson Co., AL (Berry's Cove). I am looking for any information regarding William G. BERRY's b.1848 children (17 of them). I am also researching James W. BERRY b. 1884 d.1931 who I believe is William's son. There are a number of BERRY's in the area, but please send me any information on BERRY's in the area to help sort it out. Thank You, Michele EMail kenmayes@fia.net

BEST, John J. born in SC (county unknown), probably 1822, married Piotti Sylvania REED, born October 1848 in Cordova (Walker County), AL. Who were John's parents? Where and when were they born? Where in SC was John born? Can anyone confirm that he was born in 1822? Any information will be much appreciated. Contact John W. Best at rebelparson@juno.com or Sandy Whittington at reb1861@aol.com

BEST--I am looking for someone, anyone who is researching the BEST family. Who I am looking for is a Mort and/or a Pat(Patrick)BEST, born 1860 or after. They probably fought in the Civil War, for the South. Pat BEST, family history/or legend said that Pat B. killed bear with bare hands, and was left handicapped If you have any of this information, you have definately found a connection to what info you have. I can prove that Mort, was my gr.gr.grandfather's brother. We are not sure on Patrick(Pat), whether he was Mort's son, or a brother to Mort, and my gr.gr.grandfather James T. Best, originally of Jeffersonville, IN. Please e-mail me at nwayman@viaduct.custom.net or you may contact me by snailmail at M. Wayman RR2,Box 154, Washington,IN 47501

BETTERTON: I am researching all the various branches of the BETTERTON Family. Known branches of this family extend into the following Alabama Counties: Coffee, Lauderdale, Tuscaloosa, Covington and others. Contact Jerry Warren Betterton at Jbetterton@InfoAve.Net

BETTIS--Looking for information on Phillip Monroe BETTIS, b. Aug. 27, 1849, probably around Birmingham, AL, maybe Graysville. Married Martha Louise UNDERWOOD, b. Oct 16, 1850, maybe near Savannah, GA., but maybe in S.C. They moved to Mayfield, KY around 1870 and had 12 children, then went to East TX. Anything or a connection with them is appreciated. Thanks. Jack Bettis bettis@humboldt1.com

BEVELS, Alfred and wife COMSTOCK,Mary. Children: Lucinda BEVEL(S)born 1890 in Alabama possibly Birmingham. Lucinda married SMITH (1st husband) then married NEEDHAM, James Edgar. The family(s) ended up in Wise County, Virginia. Any info on these lines would be tremendously helpful as I am lacking dates and places of occurrance. E-mail me at Selmokin@worldnet.att.net Thanks

BEVERLY--- C.(Calvin?) A. BEVERLY; married Maude RANDOLPH (elder daughter of Emma RANDOLPH) of Eufala AL, in Chattanooga TN (date unknown), after which they moved to Atlanta; at the time of the marriage C.A. was employed by the Western Electric Co. in Atlanta (all queries based on clippings tucked away in a family bible belonging to (6)Annie Laurie BEVERLY, daughter of W.M. BEVERLY). contact me at: Dave Beverly, slowdive@mindspring.com

BEVERLY--- Joseph E. BEVERLY; Sgt. in US Army WWII, wounded in action, recovered in Army Northington General Hospital, Tuscaloosa AL. contact me at: Dave Beverly, slowdive@mindspring.com

BEVERLY--- W. (William?) M. BEVERLY; born Louisville (KY?), died June 27, 1917, Randolph St., Eufala AL; served 39th AL Infantry CSA, moved to White Oak after the War, moved to Eufala c1897; was constable of Beat 5 in Eufala for 10 years (dates unknown); children: (1)W.A., (2)C.W., (3)Edwin, (4)Roy, (5)Mary, (6)Annie Laurie. contact me at: Dave Beverly, slowdive@mindspring.com

BIBB Philiman Anderson b. 1805 NC.(Who was his first wife and where were they married?) Philliman is a first cousin to William Wyatt the first Gov. of AL. He was living in Mecklinburg NC before moving to Morgan Co., AL in 1837. Children: Nancy b.1827 NC m Benaja BIBB her first cousin in Morgan Co. John N. b 1833 NC m Tabitha FREEMAN, Mary Cathrine b. 1837 AL m 1st Asberry FREEMAN 2nd William H. GIBSON and Sarah Elizabeth b. 1840 AL m Stark REYNOLDS. Who was P. A's first wife? She died in the 1840s and P. A. married widow Ann Crow 1852 Morgan Co. Contact hoot@earthlink.com

BIDDY--John N. BIDDY b. 1807 in SC, d. 1887 in Adairsville, Ga m. Sarah HERRON, b. 1811 in SC, d. 1860 in SC. They are ancestors of BIDDYs who lived in Alabama in the 1800s. My father, Tom H. was born in Anniston, AL on June 28, 1913. I appreciate any and all BIDDY data. Contact web3943@charweb.org My webpage is at http://www.charweb.org/gen/biddy/web-page.htm

BIRDSONG -- Looking for information about Robert Walker BIRDSONG. He was born in Birmingham, Jefferson County, AL on March 2, 1910. He was the son of Robert Benjamin BIRDSONG and Rosa Carmin HAROLD. Any info would be appreciated. You may contact me at my e-mail address which is 18feb00@gte.net. Thanks!

BISHOP--George BISHOP b.? m. 2x, Mary & Deliahla. 2 children. (1) John b.1854 (2) William Henry b. 12/1856 m. Lizzie Lawerence Hoover, 11/25/1877 in Madison Co. AL. Later mover to Wexford Co., MI. contact G1K2BLOSS@aol.com

BISHOP-George BISHOP: b:Ohio, m:(1) Mary Wooley, m(2). Nina Wood, 1883, m:(3) Ellen Perry, 1890. Children, (1) John Major, m.(1) Lilla B. Eason, (2) Wealthy L. Brockway. Children: George, Sarah, & LaRoy. (2) William Henry, b:1856 MI. d:1921 in MI. m: Lizzie Lawerence Hoover. children: George, James Grace William Jr. Mary L. Ellen, John, Henry, Florence. Lived Mason County Contact G1K2BLOSS@aol.com

BISHOP -- I'm searching for Harris Gammon BISHOP who may have served in the civil war. His family lived in Marshall, Alabama. J.U. Bishop, jubishop@airmail.net

BISHOP, MITCHELL -- Tallapoosa Co, AL, 1850-1860s. Mary Frances BISHOP (1835-89), m. Joshua James MITCHELL (1829-83), on Jan. 31, 1856, in Tallapoosa Co. Her sister, Jane BISHOP, married Joshua James's brother, Robert P. MITCHELL (b. 1826), on Dec. 4, 1855, in Tallapoosa Co. Their father was Benjamin F. BISHOP. Please contact David Salmon, at dsalmon@salmon.org, to share information.

BISHOP, Robert S. believed to have been born in SC in 1830. sons named John Jessie, Andrew Jackson, George. others? lived in dekalb/cherokee/etowah/marshall counties. looking for information on full name. birth, death, wife's name, etc. appreciate any help. mbishop@groupz.net

BLACKERBY-Searching for marriage of James B. BLACKERBY to Mary ? around 1845 in Talladega County, Alabama. The surname BLACKERBY is often misspelled and may be listed as BLACKARBY or BLACKERLY. peadatt@abilene.com

BLACKMON--Walter Jack b.1938 in AL, m. Alice Faye Rutledge b.1939 in AL. Children: (1) Jackie Faye b.1958 in AL, m. Jimmy Whitehed. Their children: 1a- Jane,1b- Jill (2) Anthony Kirk b.1967, m. Lori Elain Robinson b.1969. Their Children:2a- Victoria Elaine b. 1994. sports@brigadoon.com

BLACKMON--Sim I BLACKMON,1854 -1932-PINE HILL CEMETERY BLACKMON,SIM I. 1854-1932 Talladega AL.(1900 census)>Chilton co.AL.buried in Pine Hill cemetery Jemison AL. WF:WHITE,MARY ADDIE 1854-1938 buried in Pine Hill cemetery Jemison AL. Children: ISAR CALERA 1872-1962, JAMES MAJOR 1874-1876, MARTHA ROSANER 1878-1952, WILLIAM HENERY 1880-1920, BAMMA CREDA 1884-1984 (spouses:Tom Driver,Mr.Patterson), OCIE GIDDEON 1906-1947(spouse:Mattie Blankenship), KEANER 1886-(spouse:Maimi R.), EXER WASHINGTON 1888-1961(spouses:Janie Jones,Rosie Milstead), MARY ADDIE 1891-(spouseCharles Blankenship), TIMOTHEY EDDIE 1894-1991(spouse:Sular Collens), DOVEI 1898-1970 (spouse:Ocie Duke), PAUL TOSH 1900-1970 (spouse:Vera Cleckler), this family was in Coosa co.around Jemison,some are buried at Pine Hill cemetery. lcblack@bellsouth.net

BLACKSHEAR, Blacksher, Blackshire, Blackshare. Collecting all descendants of any persons with the above surnames for a book. Joe Melton, 715 W. Colorado Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80905-1543, e-mail: kbkf07a@prodigy.com

BLACKWELL--Searching for Caleb (Calem) BLACKWELL. He is my greatgrandfather. My grandmother was born in 1914 in Georgiana, Al (according to her) but IGI says Escambia county, Brewton, Al. She had a twin sister and two younger brothers. It is unclear if he is the father of the two younger boys or if he was even married to my g-grandmother Lula Myrtle KILCREASE b.8-18-1889 in Conecuh Co. She was the daughter of Frederick KILCREASE and Alice BLACKBURN. I'm not sure of the spelling of KILCREASE but my grandmother and her siblings were given the mothers maiden name. It is said that Caleb(Calem) went for a loaf of bread and never came home. But there is no telling what really happened. Please send info. to 8081 Old Hickory Hammock Rd., Milton, Fl. 32583 or E-mail to sam_i_am@bellsouth.net

BLACKWELL--Searching for info on Stephen B. BLACKWELL b.10-02-1848 d. 09-17-1916. He is buried at Cameron Chapel in Crenshaw Co. Ala with his Wife Kizzie WALLACE or WHATLEY b.01-05-1854 d. 02-13-1916.They are the parents of (1)Aubrey B. (2) Lemmie (3)Laura A. (4)Eliza (5) Jesse Lee (6)Pillie (7)Ada or Ader (8)Josephine . Found them in the Aiken Precinct of Crenshaw Census in 1900 and in the 1910 Leon Precinct, Crenshaw Census. Please send info to 8081 Old Hickory Hammock Rd. Milton, Fl 32583 or E-mail to sam_i_am@bellsouth.net Thankyou

BLAIR'S OF ESCAMBIA CO AL. HOW ARE WE RELATED TO THE BLAIR'S OF SCOTLAND AND ARE WE RELATED TO MONTGOMERY BLAIR IN LINCON'S PRES. CABINET. jAMES BLAIR ARE THE BLAIR THAT FOUNDED PRINCETON. BECKY90TOM@AOL.COM

THOMAS IRA BLAKLEY B.27 APRIL ST. CLAIR CO. MAHALA BLAKELEY GENTRY B.SEPT 1872 ALABAMA ELIZABETH BLAKELEY B. OCT 1873 ALABAMA GREEN BERRY RICHARD BLAKELEY B. JANUARY 1876 HENRY BLAKELEY B. JANUARY 1881 ALABAMA PERRY BLAKELEY B. MAY 1887 ALABAMA BUSA BLAKELEY B. SEPT 1890 ALABAMA JOHN W. BLAKELEY - NO INFORMATION SALLY BLAKELEY-NO INFORMATION LOUISE BLAKELEY- NO INFORMATION LOOKING FOR ANYBODY SEARCHIN THE SAME SURNAME AND LOOKING FOR INFORMATION OF ALL OF THESE SIBLINGS. TRYING TO FIND WHO THE PARENTS OF THESE CHILDREN ARE. Contact GCarnefix@aol.com. FOUND ON THE 1900 CENSUS IN WALKER CO. ALABAMAHAVE NO OTHER INFORMATION

BLALOCK--Seeking any information on family of William Jesse BLALOCK/BLAYLOCK (1819 - 1906) and his wife, Mary Elizabeth BARRETT (1828 - 1919). They were married 1849 in Montgomery Co., AL, moved to Coosa Co., and later to Chilton Co. Children: Mary J. William Curtis Green Benjamin Alonzo B. (female) married John Henry DUKE George W. EHGCollins@aol.com

BLANKENSHIP--I'm looking for descendants of Rueben and Daniel BLANKENSHIP of Coosa Co., AL. Looking for descendants of James and Elizabeth PODY CAMPBELL, her first marriage, and James Larkin BAILEY, her second marriage. Looking for descendants of Andrew and Nancy DUDLEY PODY. Looking for descendants of Thomas WHITE, who's sons were 1)Robert Alexander Major WHITE, 2)Richard F. WHITE, 3) Russell WHITE, 4) Thomas WHITE Jr. clj15b50@sisna.com

BLANKENSHIP. Lavina BLANKENSHIP married William Anderson GLASSCOCK Nov. 12, 1847 in Coosa Co. AL I have not been able to find them on an 1850 Census. On the 1860 census of Talladega Co. they have an Edmund BLANKENSHIP age 55 living with them. Is this her father ? Does anyone know anything about the Edmund (son of Daniel or Reuben) who supposedly lived in Cossa Co ? Thanks !! TedKaufman@AOL.com

BLANTON - Alexander BLANTON b 1788 d 1880 in Marengo Co., AL while living with the James Robert GLENN family. Children: 1 Elizabeth America, 2 Frances Lavinia, 3 Luvenia, 4 Catherine. Jean Hayles Wright jhwright@frontier.gulf.net

BLANTON, John, Isaac, Allice. Alice is believed to have been born in WALKER COUNTY ca 1822, daughter of JOHN BLANTON, who is believed to have married (name unknown) in Alabama. JOHN BLANTON may have also been born in Alabama, Morgan County. Isaac is either his father, or an older brother, who moved in to Morgan County from North Carolina. The family migrated to Arkansas ca 1832, and then to Texas ca 1836. Contact Phil Eaton at PDEaton@aol.com

BLANTON--Searching for JOHN H. BLANTON's parents. The BLANTON's moved possibly to Henry County, Alabama, from Georgia prior to 1837. John H. Blanton's father's name could have been: JOHN, JOSEPH, HENRY, WILLIAM BLANTON. JOHN H. BLANTON was born 1816 in Georgia and may have had a brother named REDIN J. BLANTON (who also moved to Henry County around 1839-1840). JOHN H. BLANTON may have had a sister or his mother named MARTHA BLANTON who married Micajah Culpepper 17 April 1841 in Henry County. MARTHA BLANTON would have been Micajah Culpepper's second wife (he married for the third time in 1860 to Nicey Armstrong). JOHN H. BLANTON married Nancy Culpepper in Henry County January 1837 and they had following children: (1) Joseph W. b. 1839; (2) son: Francis M. b. 1841; (3) Susan b. 1843; (4) Son b. 1845; (5) John b. 1847; and (6) William b. 1848. I would appreciate hearing from any descendants of JOHN H. BLANTON, REDIN J. BLANTON, or MARTHA BLANTON CULPEPPER. Sara Harms, 2409 Mollimar, Plano, TX 75075 dharms@flash.net

BLOUNT - AUGUSTA BRANTLEY BLOUNT, b. 6-26-1883 in Alabama married MINTA CALHOUN on 10-17-1928 in Bulan, Ky. (They are my grandparents.) AUGUSTA BRANTLEY disappeared. He left for work on 11-7-1936 and the family never saw him again. Heard he was killed in a cave-in while building a tunnel through a mountain, possibably in Mississippi. He had a sister, JULIA B. BLOUNT who married THEO GRANADE, and was living in Mobile, Al. in 1940. JULIA AND THEO had a daughter named THEONA. He had a brother, LEE BLOUNT, who was living in Shannon, Al. in 1940. Lee had a daughter, JULIE LEE BLOUNT, who married WILLIAM MOORE. Anyone with any information on this family, please contact me. Maybe, with the help of this great internet, we can find out what happened to AUGUSTA BRANTLEY BLOUNT! Any lead will be appreciated! Contact bettyg@alpha.wcoil.com, or Betty G. (Blount) Schimpf, 1608 Chandler Drive, Lima, Ohio 45805

BLUE--John D.BLUE b.1908 Bullock,County Alabama d.1967 Sabine County Texas. Was the son of Clarence Melvin BLUE and Lelia Cornelius Cox. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Contact vblue@sat.net

BOATRIGHT---Josephine BOATRIGHT b. c.1857, Fayette County, AL, m. Mathew Willis, date unknown, but believed to be in MS. Father was Fain/Farro Boatright, b. 1828/29, GA. Mother was Isabella/Asabella Boatright, b. c.1837, GA. Eight siblings, including (1) Columbus (J.C.C.), born 1859/60 and (2) Roxana, born 1862, both in Fayette County. Josephine died in the early to mid 1930's in Montgomery of an extended illness(?).She was connected with an organization known as "Home of the Friendless" in Montgomery. Any additional information concerning her or her extended family, or the mysterious business, please contact: pstacy@tsixroads.com

BOLES: I am trying to find Isaac BOLES--born in Georgia--in Alabama about 1840. His son, Irvin BOLES, was born in Alabama 1838 and died in Tarrant County Texas 1915. I specifically want to know: when Isaac was born, who his wife was, and when he died. Of course, I would also like to find out who his parents were. Gary, e-mail "g.studdard@tcu.edu"

BOLLING(BOWLING)--Trying to find any information on Nathanial (Possiably Augustas Nathanial) BOLLING (BOWLING) and his wife (Hanna) Missouri BARRETT He was said to have been born in Tenn. c.1820s She was said to have been born in SC c. 1820s They married c.1847. They lived in Ga. and their children were born there. They moved to Ala. and were in Jefferson co. in the 1870 census. Help!! Thanks. Denise Trollspell@aol.com or Trollspell@juno.com

BOND-Luke Gatlin BOND1900--Hattie BOND 6children raised named Rossi,Estelle,Coleman,Jesse,Betty, Barbera, Limestone or Athens Al. resident until death. in 1972?Contact me Tony Norris , 1703 Hwy 72 W, Athens Al 35611 or at islcrz@bellsouth.net In lower case

BOND/MAYO--I am trying to find further information about my great great grand parents. Hattie (short maybe for Harriet) MAYO & W.H.BOND married in Alabama 1880 in Etowah co Alabama. I wish I could find a record of their birth or other family informations. Thank you, Debbie Bond, comonbond@aol.com

BOOKER--I am searching for gggggrandmother's roots. Her name was Adeline and on the 1870 census for DeSoto Parish Louisiana she lists her birth state as Alabama. Her husband is Bob Booker who was born in Alabama, both around 1830. They list a 22 year old as being born in Louisiana around 1848. It is possible that Adeline's mother was Phoebe. I would appreciate any help on connections to Adeline or/and Bob that I can get, their owners, whether they were free people of color, which county they resided in or anything. Eloise Thompson <eloise@orca.physics.ucsb.edu>

BOONE/BOON,TARVIN,LINDSEY,GODWIN,POSTON,HAYLES--Am searching for information on JOHN JARVIS BOON who was b-NC/SC ca 1794. He married DERAMY IRENE TARVIN [b-Ga] in 1819. They were listed as being in Baldwin Co,Al by 1819. Children [1] John Jarvis Jr. [2] Origine [3] Nancy [4] Elisha [5] Elijah [6] George W. [7] Andrew J [8] Cyrus. Other family links are LINDSEY, GODWIN, POSTON, HAYLES of Escambia/Baldwin Co, Al. Sarah Mair <wmair@zebra.net>

BOOTH, Nathanial BOOTH b. about 1810-m. Hermine ? b. about 1810.Children-(1)William Thomas,(0)James, (3) Corrine.May have come to Ala. from Ga. or S.C. Family moved to Jasper Co. in the early to mid 1800s. Ther is some connection between this BOOTH family and the old Battle House hotel in Mobile. Gshaker@aol.com

BORDEN, Christopher b. ca.1760 Tn. d. 1840 Morgan or Lawrence Co. Al. Name of wife: Sarah Lucinda??? He had abt. 12 children who lived in Lawrence, Franklin and Morgan Counites of Al. Children: 1) Mary, 2)Nancy, 3)Sarah A., 4)Jacob, 5)James, 6)Thomas, 7)Caleb, 8)David, 9)Christina, 10)Cherry, 11)Jesse, 12)Zachariah. Any info on Borden family of Al...esspecially trying to find name of Christopher's wife. Thanks, Margie. mbcroney@bellsouth.net

BOWDEN--James M. b. 1856 in AL, m. Mary L. In 1880 census, Coosa Co., they had 2 girls, Mary S. age 3 and Sosa E. age 1. What is Mary's maiden name? I think Sosa may be Rosa instead. Rosa E. Bowden was my ggrandmother, born in 1879. Family came to Texas in covered wagon when she was 3. She had a sister called Susie. Could this be Mary S? Any info on this family or any James M. (Marion, I think) Bowden from Alabama would be appreciated. Contact Sinderson@compuserve.com. Snail mail: Vicki Sinderson, 5929 Bourke Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80919.

BOWDEN, Reading or Reddin born 1796 in NC found in 1820 in Craven Co, NC 1830 in Jones Co, Ga. 1840 in Benton Co, Ala and in 1850 and 1860 in Talladega Co, Ala. His wife name is Francis, sons James, Sam, Thomas, daughters, SE and J name I can't read from census. He is 64 in 1860. I am hoping for a will or any other information. Thanks Carolyn gibbyda@cyberstation.net

BOWDOIN--Searching for anyone that has information on the BOWDOIN surname, have info to share on Isaac Buther BOWDOIN, Isaac Braxton BOWDOIN, and lines from them plase contact me at elaine118@aol.com

BOWEN--Thomas C. BOWEN; born 2 Dec 1833 AL.Thomas went to TX. around 1855. Who were his parents and what county was he born. I have many AL. Surnames. I am researching on my side of the family, all around Madison Co. AL. Contact Donna Bowen at bowjay@foothill.net

BOWLING-Martin Bowling. Mohetha Bowling's parents? Martin b. 1794 Va., Loucinda b. 1799 S.C., Children Molinda M. b. 1838 S.C., William b. 1844 S.C., James b.1848 S.C., Elizabeth b.1848 S.C. (twins?) This family lived next to the Terry family along Kemp's Creek T15 of R12, 1860 Calhoun Co. Alabam census. Contact coach206@midwest.net

BOWMAN, Joseph--b.1855,Ohio. m.1.Lulla________? Child: Johnny b. about 1880 (1880 census of Shelby Co.,AL May have been spelled BOMAN). m.2.Martha Ann "Mattie" PICKETT,12apr1883 Copy of Marriage Certificate Children: Bruce b.? Tyra (Male)b.? Tyra listed in Letcher Co.,KY.1920 census. Bruce lived most of life around Leeds, AL. Would like more info on Lulla, Martha Ann PICKETT, BOWMAN,Joseph, Bruce, Tyra. yhammer42@mailexcite.com

BOYD: Looking for info on a G.C. Boyd b abt 1818 in GA. m to Ellen, had ten children(1) Samuel b 1840(GA) (2) Zipporah b 1842 m to W.A. Hightower, (3) W.(male) b 1844(GA(4) Richard b 1845(GA) (5) Virginia b 1848(GA) m to William Meadows (6) Elizabeth b 1850 (GA) (7) Mary b 1852 (GA) (8) Katherine b 1854(AL) (9) G. Solon b 1856(AL) m to Sallie Pittts in lee cnty in 1894 (10) Ellen(Emma) b 1860(AL). 1860 census shows family in Salem, AL. Contact: pski@bellsouth.net

BOYD, Robert Alexander Jr. b. 1835 d. 1904 he was the son of BOYD R.A. Sr. and Sarah Ann Hinton. I am seeking information on this family line. Robert Jr's son William Agustus BOYD (Gus) married Ona McMANUS Aug. 11, 1904 I would also like information on who Ona's parents were. Ona and Gus had 11 children one of whom was Robert A. who married Mary (Mae) REAVES. Mary's parents were Juker Reaves and Missouri HILL Reaves (no dates) I would appreciate any information on any of these family lines All of whom lived in Randolf Co. AL. Please contact me at general@internettport.net

BOYKIN, BURFIELD: I am looking for info on Lenis Eugene BOYKIN born in Mississippi in 1906 and Married Millard Andrew HUTCHESON. She died in 1936 in Franklin County, AL. Her parents were Thomas Edgar Boykin and Willie Walker Burfield. She had a sister Julia Lee Boykin (Kelly) and a brother James Robert Boykin. Please e-mail me @ gbennett@net-link.net.

BOYKIN, ROBERT H. b.3/11/1839, d. 1882, Russell County, AL, married Eliza Tabitha Howard (1)Carrie Boykin. I do not know his father or place of birth. Census records make me suspect he came from Washington County, AL or Choctaw. Contact Owen Forrester at bigo@mindspring.com

BOZEMAN--Looking for ancesters of Peter Edward BOZEMAN, Peter was b, 6/1/1832 and d. 4/8/1896. He m. Nancy Jane ANDERSON on 12/7/1859 in Ramer Ala. They had thirteen children, [1]Seabron E. [2] John T. [3] Peter J. [4] Corrintha R. [5] Robert H. [6] Martha J. [7] Alice L. [8] George W. [9] Meady G. [10]Willie F. [11] Nancy M. [12]Walter W. [13] Millard M. They were from Montgomery County in Alabama. Any help on these and their ancesters will be greatly apreciated. Thanks and may God bless. Jessie Hall, Alagen@aol.com, 280 Venable Ct, Wetumpka Ala. 36092