Re: Can anyone help this lady?
I checked my Jackson Co. Books and found 3 Whitfield marriages. Also some
other books that I have on Jackson Co., AL. Possibly this Whitfield
information will help to identify or eliminate Whitfield families for the
BK A 1859-1871
W.C. Whitfield to Mary E. Dicus (see p. 346-license 468)
License issued 7/2/1864 Solemnized no return
BK A, 1859-1871
W. C. Whitfield to Mary E. Dicus (see p. 235-License 139
License issued 7/2/1865 Solemnized 7/2/1865 by Wm. Bellomy, MG
BK B 1871-1876, p. 181
Wiley Whitfield to Talitha Snodgrass
License issued 1/15/1873 Soleminized 1/19/1873
At Scottsboro by Thos. J. Wood, MG
Bondsmen: Solomon Robinson
BK B 1871-1876, p. 560
Richard Warren to Dona Whitfield
License issued. 1/15/1876 Solemnized 1/15/1876
At Scottsboro by Wm. Moore, Minister
Bondsmen: W. B. Bridges
There is a Civil War Damage Claim filed with The Southern Claims Commission
for a John Whitfield #5845 from Jackson Co., AL.
A John Whitfield donated sizable land to the County. (To finance the
courthouse in Scottsboro, I believe.) Deed Bk 3, p. 563 and p. 566.
Co. K., Fourth Regiment
Pvt.G. Booker Whitfield Killed 7/2/1863, farmer
Wiley Whitfield was a prominent black businessman in Scottsboro and operated
a sawmill, was a carpenter and brick mason. He d. in 1931. Wiley once owned
property in downtown Scottsboro. Wiley Whitfield had a white father and a
black slave mother.
1866 Special AL Census
Township 4, Range 5 E.
John Whitfield - 1 male over 20, 1 female over 20 and 1 male under 10
Township 4, Range 6 E.
W. C. Whitfield 1 male over 20, 1 female over 20 and 1 female under 10, 1
> I checked my Jackson Co. Books and found 3 Whitfield marriages. Also some
> other books that I have on Jackson Co., AL. Possibly this Whitfield
> information will help to identify or eliminate Whitfield families for the
> Shirley Perry
Thanks Shirley, I will pass your information along