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Re: Holland Family - Orphaned Children?

Mon, 12/08/2014 - 08:30
I am interested in Matthew Holland

Born in 1834 in Alabama - Passed away June 21, 1862 Shortly after joining the 39th Alabama Infantry Regiment Military Unit/Company on May 15, 1862.

He married Angeline July 8, 1856 and had three children:
Daniel R. Holland
William J. Holland
Fanny (Holland) Whatley.

I am looking for any information on his parents or siblings.

Re: WARD descendents

Mon, 11/10/2014 - 07:22
Well I am one of those family members from Texas. Im a direct descendant of Henry Carlton Ward who settled in Hill County Texas. In fact we have family all through out Texas. My family didnt even leave Hill County until my Grandfather was about 5 or so. Would love to hear from you all.

Re: Money Family of Abbeville, Henry, Alabama

Tue, 11/04/2014 - 17:35
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Hello,Wasnt able to find A Death Record For Bryant R. Money That Would Show His parents Names Even Thou I did Find Death Records For Some Of His siblings That Show Jane jackson And Stewart Money As Their Parents And i Also copied All the Census That Bryant is In with his Parents....Im %99.9 Sure That Stewart And Jane are His Parents And That He is The Bryant Money in The Census With them Even Thou Circumstantial Evidence Shows he is Also By His having A Daughter Named Jain/Jane and The Bryant in The Census Having A Mother And Sister Named Jane Also...It Would Make Sence For Him To also Name His daughter Jane Also.His Father And Mothers full Names Are Stewart Alexander Money And Melissa Jane Jackson

1850 United States Federal Census
Name:Stewart Money
Age:20
Birth Year:abt 1830
Birthplace:Alabama
Home in 1850:Southern District, Henry, Alabama
Gender:Male
Family Number:1034
Household Members:Name-Age
Stewart Money 20

1850 United States Federal Census
Name:Jane Jackson
Age:16
Birth Year:abt 1834
Birthplace:Alabama
Home in 1850:Southern District, Henry, Alabama
Gender:Female
Family Number:827
Household Members:Name-Age
Henry Jackson 47
Cealy Jackson 49
Wm Jackson 18
Jane Jackson 16
Benjamin Jackson 15
Amanda Jackson 13
Henry Jackson 10
Joice Jackson 7
Cealy Jackson 4

Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
Name:Stewart A Money
Spouse:Jane Jackson
Marriage Date:27 Jan 1853
County:Henry
State:Alabama
Source information:Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

1860 United States Federal Census
Name:Bryant Money
Age in 1860:3/12
Birth Year:abt 1860
Birthplace:Alabama
Home in 1860:Franklin, Henry, Alabama
Gender:Male
Post Office:Abbeville
Household Members:Name-Age
Stewart Money 30
Jane Money 27
James Money 4
Amanda Money 2
Bryant Money 3/12



1880 United States Federal Census
Name:Bryant Money
Age:20
Birth Year:abt 1860
Birthplace:Alabama
Home in 1880:Hardwicks, Henry, Alabama
Race:White
Gender:Male
Relation to Head of House:Son
Marital Status:Single
Father's Name:S. A. Money
Father's Birthplace:Alabama
Mother's name:Jain Money
Mother's Birthplace:Alabama
Occupation:Farming
Household Members:Name-Age
S. A. Money 54
Jain Money 46
Amanda Money 23
Bryant Money 20
Henry Money 17
John Money 14
Jain Money 12
William Money 10
Camilla Money 7
Robert Money 2

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Georgia Deaths, 1919-98
Name:Bryant R Money
Death Date:2 Mar 1960
County of Death:Muscogee
Gender:M (Male)
Race:White
Age:99 Years
County of Residence:Muscogee
Certificate:08205

James Cephus Money
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=mo...;

Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974
Name:Amanda Rebbeca Starling
[Amanda Rebbeca Money]
Birth Date:abt 1858
Death Date:23 Jan 1955
Death Place:Henry, Alabama
Death Age:97
Marital Status:Married
Gender:Female
Father Name:Stewart Money
Mother Name:Jane Jackson
Spouse Name:Starling
FHL Film Number:1908896

Amanda E Money Starling
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=ST...;

Texas, Death Certificates, 1903–1982
Name:Henry A Money
Birth Date:23 Oct 1861
Birth Place:Dothan, Alabama
Gender:Male
Race:White
Residence:Houston, Harris, Texas
Father:Stewart Money
Age at Death:91
Death Date:1 Oct 1953
Death Place:Houston, Harris, Texas, USA

Henry A. Money
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=65...

Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974
Name:Robert Jefferson Money
Birth Date:abt 1878
Birth Place:Castlebury
Death Date:4 Jun 1949
Death Place:Castlebury, Conecuh, Alabama
Burial Date:5 Jun 1949
Burial Place:Castlebury
Cemetery Name:Cedar Creek
Death Age:71
Occupation:Farmer
Race:White
Marital Status:Married
Gender:Male
Street address:R.1
Residence:Castlebury, Conecuh, Alabama
Father Name:Stewart Money
Mother Name:Jane Jackson
FHL Film Number:1908839

R. J. Money
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=MO...;


Re: clifford merritt/henry county alabam

Tue, 11/04/2014 - 00:15
I believe we are related.

Re: McCoy/Chapman of Henry County

Thu, 10/16/2014 - 01:01
Hi, I am the great grand daughter of J.W. (James William) McCoy via his daughter Virginia Janie. You are correct Aunt Lina is Mary Emmaline (1879-1958). My grandmother additionally listed Lula Francis (1875 -1940), Docia Camille (1883 - 1972), Mittie Alice (1887 - 1904), William John (Uncle Bill) 1881 - 1955) and Evie Estelle (1885 -1890), I have J. W.'s Sacred Harp book the fifth revision of the Cooper book if you study Sacred Harp. W.R. McCoy (my great great grandfather 1856 -1928) was married to Virginia Antoinette Chapman (1856 - 1928) and was on the Cooper Revision Committee endorsing the book. All of the McCoys I name above along with my great grandmother and her children (to include my grandmother) were "strong voiced" sacred harp singers...my first attendance was at the McCoy Annual Singing which was once held at a place called Little Vine near Dothan. I could rattle on with stories, I saw and spoke with Aunt Docia at this singing in 1963...tiny little frail woman. I was surprised to find there is Indian heritage but I'm not sure if it is McCoy or Chapman in origin. Alabama has it's wills online and W.R. McCoy's will was probated. One of the public ancestry trees has pictures of W.R.'s children, I could not tell beyond that where the Indian Heritage came from but since they are all within the old Creek, Muscogee, and Seminole areas...I've been looking along those lines. They are a fascinating family and I was inspired to revisit my shape note heritage. Most any McCoy you see in a Sacred Harp book, will be related. Sorry if all of this is old news....I've only been doing this hit and miss until recently.

Regards,

Money Family of Abbeville, Henry, Alabama

Wed, 10/15/2014 - 23:38
My great grandmother was Janie Cynthia Money, father Bryant and Stewart A his father. I am looking to get confirmed citations to go with my findings. Can anyone be of assistance to me?

Re: Camp Springs

Fri, 10/03/2014 - 19:17
Roberta

I think I can answer your questions on who Inez Carter, who married Costie K. Carter is - although by this time you may already know. She was the daughter of Isaac "Matt" Griffin who was married to Eldis Watford Griffin. I would love to obtain a copy of the newspaper article on Inez' automobile accident as not living in Alabama but Illinois I don"t have access to copies of local newspapers except that I do have an account with Newspapers.com but their files only are filmed up until the 1940's.

Matt Griffin is the son of Charles W. and Missouri (mnu) Griffin who married in Barbour county ca 1869. Charles W. Griffin was the son of Charles S. and Evaline Smith who came from GA in the 1855-1859 period to Russell co. Al. I have a niece-in-law who loves genealogy as much as I do and we have been working on the Griffin family for several years now.

I am trying to help her locate her 3rd great grandparents the Griffins who also came to Al from GA ca the 1855-1859 period. I have lots of info on them and if you are interested or related to them somehow would be glad to share what we found on this particular line of Griffins. They have certainly been our brick wall but we have discovered lots about them along the way.

Please feel free to contact me anytime.

Bonnie

Alabama Genealogical Society Seminar Saturday, Oct. 11, Montgomery

Tue, 09/23/2014 - 21:55
The Alabama Genealogical Society Fall Seminar will be held on Saturday, October 11, 2014, at the Alabama Department of Archives and History in Montgomery. C. Ann Staley will present the program on "Searching, Solving and Sharing".
Lecture titles are “Overlooked Research Sources”; “Organizing, Analyzing, and Sharing: Using Technology to Your Advantage”; “Scratching for the Elusive Ancestor” and “Online Sources – for Free”. For more information and the registration form go to http://algensoc.org/main/seminarFlyer.pdf . We look forward to seeing you in Montgomery.

Re: James Lock

Sat, 08/30/2014 - 06:17
The W.A. Lock you are referring to was William Albert Lock the son of Joseph Idion "Hidion" Lock and Sarah Kirkland.

Re: James Lock

Sat, 08/30/2014 - 06:14
Yes, its the James who married Martha Ann Creamer. A note on the Whitehead and Lock connection, Matthew Whitehead married Polly Lock 28 Sep 1836 in Henry Alabama.