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sorry according to 1940 census she was living in arguta,dale,alabama with her siblings 1)joseph Fredrick overstreet 2)evelyn frances 3)Eloise 4)james Vernon 5)Shirley and her parents were joseph Vernon overstreet and Frankie pearl walker
It would very helpful if you could share little more information on your grandmother. Like date of birth, her parents, siblings. Do you know if she married in Henry co? More information you can post makes a starting point on research.
K. Newton, I would love to know more about Andrew J. Armstrong. How can I contact you?
Meloni Hicks was my great grandmother
I am looking for info on my grand ma Estelle overstreet .she married my grand father joseph marek then later a alan Louis.any info would be great.
This is my family. I am the daughter of Wade Lord & Martha DENNY not Benning. Eunice Mae and James Collins Lord are my grandparents, and William Ivey and Delaney are my gggrands. Please correct my mothers maiden name.
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Thanks for replying to my email of 2004. I did purchase the 3 Early Co, historical books in 2005 and read the Anglin basic information.
I also read your J.W Anglin Jr, family tree pages. I am curious about the Photo of John Sr you posted on FAG, Did you get that from the Zion Church, or perhaps it was in your immediate family from JW jr..If you have that original, could you email a copy of it to me direct? It truly is a wonderful picture.
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What are some names and dates on the Peebles family? I'm not aware of a separate Peeples family in Henry County. That spelling has been used for some of the Peebles in Henry County in some trees posted on the Internet, but descendants use the spelling Peebles. William Peebles (abt 1784 - after 1870) had four sons. The youngest son, William Wesley (1856 - 1940), remained in Alabama and is buried in the Clopton Cemetery in Dale County. Sons Isham (abt 1803 - after 1880), Riley (1806-1867) and Wiley (1806 - 1870) and most of their descendants moved to Polk County Texas between 1855 and 1860. William Riley Peebles (1825 - Unk.), a son of Isham, may have remained in Alabama.
Nothing to do with the Peebles family but while reading it I went back to some of your previous postings. In one you mentioned an uncle Henry Buford Galloway. Is he the one born 2 Sep 1920 and died 26 Feb 2011 in Westville, Fla.?
Also you mentioned that Jesse Washington Galloway was married to a Norma Price daughter of Whitmore. I have that he married Lucinda who was Whitmore's daughter. Are these two women the same? If so, where does the name Norma show up?
Have you cleared up the conflict regarding William Galloway's wife, Polly?
Looking for the family of Reason Sullivan.He had a sister named Clarissa.His parents were Curtis Caleb Sullivan and Nancy Louisa Grimes they moved to Al from N.C.He had another 3 more siblings Ehsey ,Buy and Babe.He is my great grand dad.He left a wife named Nancy a son named George and possibly a daughter named Martha.He left as aConfederate soldier and never went back to Al.He married Mary Burkhart in Harlan Ky and had 15 kids.
Thank you Lois Kelly
The information I have on James Vincent King came from a descendant
of William Elvin King his brother. I show he died Aug 1913. There was
a J V King died July 26, 1913 in Tarrant County, Texas. His Texas Death
Certificate was online at ancestry and it leaves parents name blank. The
informant was Mrs. King. I do not have any information on his wife.
I am researching the Galloway family and have come across information connecting them to Polk County, Texas where they also connect with the PEEBLES family. Also noted on many of the listings for the Riley PEEBLES family and descendants, they are noted as being in Henry County, Al with both births and deaths. Also note there are PEEPLES families in Henry County and wondering if these two family (PEEPLES and PEEBLES) may be connected somehow especially since both seem to be in the vicinity of each other.
I'd be wiling to bet your Kings are related to mine. Mine were in Mississippi, Arkansas and Georgia at one. Happy to share / compare if you are still looking.
Did James marry Laura Cook (1869-1946) in Ft Worth...?
Michael Madden came to America at the age of 23 on the ship Amanda on 23 May 1827 from Galway, Ireland.
Looking for any information on Reuben Mills and descendants. He was born abt. 1790 and last seen in the 1850 Abbeville, Henry Co. census. I also located a land purchase for "Reuben Mills of Henry County" and it contained 41.34 acres in Sparta. The land record is dated 1 Dec 1851. Any help appreciated.
Thanks for clearing up the name of Elizabeth Armstrongs' father's first name. I do not know if you are still responding to questions, but if you are Francis Posey Kirkland is in my direct line. and I would like to know if any one has photos of any and these people, Or more personal stories so I could know the Kirkland family line better.
I hope that you have found the information you are looking for. I am not able to help with Virginia Annette Chapman, but wondered if you might recognize the name "Lina McCoy". Lina McCoy wrote the alto for a song in The Sacred Harp book (p. 444b). Since her father, brother, and sister Docia were involved, I have been thinking that Lina McCoy might be Mary Emmuline. Do you know?
Thanks so much.