Re: Scottsboro/Jackson County Heritage Center address please
The courthouse & library have copies of some of the pension apps. I'll see
what I can find out for you this week.
>From: "jewel casey" <jcasey@...>pension
> I will be glad to pay for this info: David Wesley Hambrick was in the
>Civil War and served about 2 years in the 4th Tennessee Cavalry
>(Starnes-McLemore) Co. K., under Capt. Francisco Rice. He received 1
>check sometime after 1900 and was cut off because he owned too muchto
>property. I've searched for years for a copy of HIS pension application and
>have been unsuccessful. I was told they should be stored in the probate
>records somewhere in Jackson County. If you can give me some idea on how
>go about finding these records, I would be most grateful. Wesley wasmarried
>3 times, (1) Ann Vaught (2) Elizabeth Golden(3) Demarius Vann. He wasborn
>1831 in New Market and his parents moved shortly afterward to JacksonCounty
>and he spent the rest of his life there except about 1 year before he diedRoad.
>in 1918 moved back to or around New Market. He is buried at Mt. Nebo
>Cemetery near Hollytree. His parents were Greenberry and Betsy (Dameron)
>Hambrick who settled on Dry Creek and in Hambrick's Sinks on Dry Creek
>Thanks in advance for anything you might be able to help me with
>Jewel (Hambrick) Casey
- Looking for the burial place of Elizabeth Pepper Boyd died 1861, John Boyd died 1865.Pat can you help me?
From: pat <topcatpat@...>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Sunday, October 24, 1999 4:32 PM
Subject: Re: [jacksongenealogy] Scottsboro/Jackson County Heritage Center address please
- You can call them at 256 259 2122 they are located at 208 S. Houston
Street, Scottsboro, Alabama 35768
At 06:55 AM 10/24/99 EDT, you wrote:
>Good morning Tracy Lynn,
>Would you happen to know the address, either snail-mail or electronic, for
>the Scottsboro/Jackson County Heritage Center? My husband's Wilson line
>two generations in Scottsboro before moving to Texas.
>Thanks in advance,