Re: Unknown STUBBLEFIELD [GIVEN NAME ?] 1800'S JACKSON CO. AL
- NANCY STUBBLEFIELD found in 1830-1840 Jackson Co AL HOH with right amount of children of the correct ages. We find Nancy Stubblefield's children's marriages 1840's Wilson Co TN. We find Nancy Stubblefield HOH with youngest two children [sons] 1850 Gibson co TN census.
Who was the STUBBLEFIELD father/husband in this family?
Many postings suggest that both Absolom & Nathaniel Stubblefield living in the Franklin Co TN & Jackson Co AL area in the 1830 & 1840 census were the brothers [or related] to our "Unknown Stubblefield"
Our brick wall it seems.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Margaret MesserQuick" <rmemazz@...> wrote:
> Just checking, great, I will proceed:
> I have an old search that I started a long time ago, but perhaps someone has new information.
> The basic query is:
> Does anyone have the Given name for this Unknown STUBBLEFIELD, that is the husband/father of this family unit. Perhaps died by 1840
> leaving wife pregnant with last child born in TN. who migrated north to Rutherford Co TN for the birth of that last child.
> 1830 & 1840 census Jackson County AL with Nancy Stubblefield as HOH and her children listed in the right amounts & ages: 1850 census
> Gibson Co, TN same & 1860 census in CA. [I have children's marriages & families.]
> UNKNOWN STUBBLEFIELD b: TN
> married: c. 1819 to NANCY ANN [CLORENCE?] born 23 May 1800 in SC/NC
> They had Eight children:
> > Polly Stubblefield 1819 AL m: Kincaid
> > William Riley Stubblefield 1822 AL 1st Jane Nelson / 2nd Mary Belch
> > Martha Ann Stubblefield 1823 AL m: 1st Williams / 2nd Foster
> > James Stubblefield 1825 AL m: Melton
> > John S.Stubblefield 1827 AL m: Bell
> > Molinda Stubblefield 1830 AL m: Grissom
> > Robert Coleman Stubblefield 1834 AL m: Hobbs
> > Absolom Stubblefield 1841 TN. m: Harris
> We Know about Absolem Stubblefield m: Nancy Mathews & Nathaniel Stubblefield m: Polly Armstrong living in the area. We have
> Trimble's information w/o given name. We have The Stevenson Story / no connection.
> Any ideas or suggestions are always welcome.
> Margaret [mema]
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "macatjax" <mjohns039@...>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Sunday, March 01, 2009 15:25
> Subject: [jacksongenealogy] Re: Any STUBBLEFIELD FAMILY researchers on this list?
> > Yes, but you didn't leave any message to let us know the location,
> > names, etc.
> > M. Johnson