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  • Alta Wallace
    Need info on Elizabeth, wife of Elias Wellborn/Wilbourn, Madison, Marshall, Jackson, co, 1850 she was b. 1800, could be a STARNES??? She named a son william
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      Need info on Elizabeth, wife of Elias Wellborn/Wilbourn, Madison, Marshall,
      Jackson, co, 1850 she was b. 1800, could be a STARNES??? She named a son
      william STARNES. Was she dau of John or Peter STARNES???
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      From: jacksongenealogy@egroups.com <jacksongenealogy@egroups.com>
      To: jacksongenealogy@egroups.com <jacksongenealogy@egroups.com>
      Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 5:27 AM
      Subject: [jacksongenealogy] Digest Number 163


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      >There are 9 messages in this issue.
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      >Topics in this digest:
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      > 1. RE: Looking for Family members of Adkins, Lusk, Blizzards, Bynum,
      and Smith families
      > From: Richard Matthews <prm@...>
      > 2. REMOVEEEEE!!!!!
      > From: "Monica Berndt" <monica@...>
      > 3. GARLAND and SUSAN HARDWICK
      > From: "Jackson Cty Historical Association"
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      > 4. Andrew T. Smith
      > From: PHa2221@...
      > 5. SAMPSON and JAMES M. REESE
      > From: "Jackson Cty Historical Association"
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      > 6. Graves Surname
      > From: "deeno" <deeno@...>
      > 7. Re: REMOVEEEEE!!!!!
      > From: "Tracy Lynn Wilson" <tlwilson@...>
      > 8. Adoption and Surnames queries.....
      > From: "Jean Brandau" <huntsville2@...>
      > 9. Bowers
      > From: Becky Stewart <becky1@...>
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      >Message: 1
      > Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 07:06:15 -0500
      > From: Richard Matthews <prm@...>
      >Subject: RE: Looking for Family members of Adkins, Lusk, Blizzards, Bynum,
      and Smith families
      >
      >At 07:16 AM 5/13/00 -0700, you wrote:
      >>REMOVE ME!!!!
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      >>I don't know how I got into this discussion group, but I don't want to be
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      >>it. whoever moderates this list, please take me off!!!!
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      >>monica@...
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      >Message: 2
      > Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 06:21:36 -0700
      > From: "Monica Berndt" <monica@...>
      >Subject: REMOVEEEEE!!!!!
      >
      >How do I get off this list????? I never signed up!
      >
      >
      >Monica Berndt
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      >From: George Johnson [mailto:ghjhere@...]
      >Sent: Monday, May 15, 2000 5:44 PM
      >To: jacksongenealogy@egroups.com
      >Subject: Re: [jacksongenealogy] Digest Number 161
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      >At 10:14 AM 5/15/2000 +0000, you wrote:
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      >> 1. Re: Barnes of Paint Rock Valley
      >> From: "J Casey" <jcasey@...>
      >>
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      >>Message: 1
      >> Date: Sun, 14 May 2000 18:38:31 -0500
      >> From: "J Casey" <jcasey@...>
      >>Subject: Re: Barnes of Paint Rock Valley
      >>
      >>George, what year of birth do you have for Joseph Barnes? Do you have
      >>something else we can go on to find more info on him for you? Are you
      >>saying he fought in the Civil War?
      >>----- Original Message -----
      >>From: "George Johnson" <ghjhere@...>
      >>To: <Jacksongenealogy@egroups.com>
      >>Sent: Saturday, May 13, 2000 2:16 PM
      >>Subject: [jacksongenealogy] Barnes of Paint Rock Valley
      >>
      >>
      >>> I am seeking information on one Joe (Joseph?) Barnes and wife Mattie
      >Adams
      >>> Barnes. They resided in Paint Rock Valley probably shortly after the
      War
      >>> Between the States. May have been there before the war. They probably
      >>> moved from there to Franklin County, Tennessee in the 1880s. Some of
      >their
      >>> descendents still live in Franklin County. Any information will be
      >>> appreciated. Thanks,
      >>>
      >>> George Johnson
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      >This is in response to J. Casey. Thanks for responding. The best
      >information I have on Joe (Joseph?) Barnes is that he had one child, a son
      >named Henry, b.June 1, 1884, mother was Mattie Adams. She died when Henry
      >was seven months old. My best guesstimate for Joe's DOB would be the
      >1840s. In reference to the question about Joe being in the Confederate
      >Military, I doubt it. It seems more likely that his father was in the War
      >Between the States. I am reasonably sure that Henry was born in Paint Rock
      >Valley and that his mother died there. I wish I had more dates to work
      >with. I don't know if Joe stayed in Paint Rock Valley or moved to
      >Tennessee. I do know that Henry married Berta Sons, b. March 2, 1884, on
      >December 20, 1905 in Cowan, Tennessee. I know this isn't much help but
      >it's all I have. Any other help or suggestions you may have will be
      >appreciated. Thanks,
      >George Johnson
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      >Message: 3
      > Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 09:42:59 -0500
      > From: "Jackson Cty Historical Association" <abc123@...>
      >Subject: GARLAND and SUSAN HARDWICK
      >
      >NatureGARLAND HARDWICK, born 1760-1770, married SUSAN VENABLE. On October
      1, 1830, Garland Hardwick purchased land in the area that became Stevenson,
      AL. Three of their sons also purchased land nearby: George F. Hardwick,
      Joseph Hardwick, and James G. Hardwick.
      >The Hardwicks were neighbors of Robert and Joseph McFarlane.
      >Joseph T. Hardwick married Rebecca McFarlane and Thomas Hardwick married
      Ann McFarlane.
      >QUESTION: Who were the parents of Rebecca and Ann McFarlane who married
      the Hardwick brothers?
      >The Hardwicks moved West before the 1850 census and Garland Hardwick died
      about 1847. Robert and Joseph McFarlane also died before 1850, most
      likely in Jackson County, AL. Where are these two McFarlane men buried and
      who did they marry?
      >Ann B. Chambless
      >abc123@...
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      >Message: 4
      > Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 11:38:10 EDT
      > From: PHa2221@...
      >Subject: Andrew T. Smith
      >
      >Hi,
      >
      >I have tried this before with no luck. Thought I might try again. I have
      an
      >Andrew T. Smith b 1853 AL m to Rachel Elizabeth Bulman b 1860 AL Children
      of
      >this marriage are Rosy b 1875 AL married Garlan J. James
      > James Franklin b 1877 AL m Mary Ada Cooper in Fannin Co TX
      > Edwin T. b 1878 AL
      > David Edward b 1879 AL
      > Annie b 1882 AL
      > John Henry b 1889 AL
      > Darwin W. b 1886
      > Cannada b 1886
      > William A. b 1892
      >
      >I have obtain three different death certificate's and they all have a
      >different name for the father. I have found John, Jesse, and a Randy. The
      >father of these children supposedly died in AL But at this point I am not
      >sure.
      >
      >Rachel Elizabeth Bulman b 1860 AL then married Enoch Futch. I was told it
      >was in Jackson AL but this week I found him in Fannin Co TX with his first
      >wife.
      >
      >Any information will be greatly appreciated.
      >Pat
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      >Message: 5
      > Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 10:47:23 -0500
      > From: "Jackson Cty Historical Association" <abc123@...>
      >Subject: SAMPSON and JAMES M. REESE
      >
      >NatureSAMPSON REESE and his wife were born 1780 to 1790. In the 1830
      Jackson County census, there was a female, over 100 years of age, living
      with SAMPSON REESE. Who was she??
      >On Oct 2, 1830 and Oct 19, 1832, Sampson Reese purchased land on the
      Tennessee River near what became Bridgeport. His sons: David, James M.,
      William, and Sampson Reese, Jr. also purchased land in the Bridgeport area.
      One or more of them operated Reese's Ferry at the southern end of Long
      Island (site from Jan 1864 Civil War map.)
      >Who was wife of SAMPSON REESE? Where were they buried and when? Who did
      their children marry?
      >Ann B. Chambless
      >abc123@...
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      >Message: 6
      > Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 11:28:50 -0500
      > From: "deeno" <deeno@...>
      >Subject: Graves Surname
      >
      >Hello,
      >
      >I will also try my names, etc., again. I am searching for my husbands
      >family. Elijah Graves b 1813 in TN. He was in Jackson Co AL by at least
      >1837.
      >It appears this family lived in Stevenson, Jackson Co AL.
      >
      >I know there were Graves families in Blount, Madison and Marshall Co's AL
      at
      >the same time. I do not know if Elijah fits into any of those families.
      >
      >1840 Census
      >Elijah Graves 20/30
      >one male <5
      >one female 15/20
      >
      >On the 1850 census District #19:
      >Elijah age 38 TN farmer
      >Mary 23 TN
      >John 7 AL
      >Silas 5 AL
      >Standeford 13 AL
      >Frances(f) 9 AL
      >Robert 3 AL
      >Rebecca 0/12 AL
      >
      >1860 census Div #1 Stevenson P.O.
      >Elijah 47
      >Mary A. 33
      >John 16
      >Silas 14
      >Rebecca A. 10
      >Samuel M. 7 AL
      >Sarah 5 AL
      >Henry H. 1 AL
      >
      >1870 census Stevenson P. O.
      >No Elijah
      >Mary 43
      >Silas 22
      >Rebecca 19
      >Jos. L. Adkinson age 5 AL
      >
      >
      >1870 John R. Graves b 1844 was in AR and married to Martha Jane Hammon from
      >DeKalb Co AL
      >
      >1880 John R. Graves was in Palo Pinto Co TX. Also there were his siblings,
      >Silas, Samuel, Sarah and Henry.
      >
      >I also found in Vol 19 of the Alabama Records, Jackson Co:
      >
      >"JOSEPH DUDLEY deceased. Deed/GEORGE S. JOHNSON and wife, CYNTHIA JOHNSON,
      >of Titus County, Texas, power of attorney to ANDREW ROGERS to collect from
      >estate of said deceased. ELIJAH GRAVES, admr. JOSEPH DUDLEY died in
      >Jackson County, Alabama leaving a will naming three heirs, of whom CYNTHIA
      >BARRIER was one heir. 20 September 1847. WILLIAM B. TAYLOR and wife,
      SARAH
      >M. TAYLOR, also of Titus County, Texas make power of attorney to same. 15
      >Sept 1847."
      >
      >I do not know who the 5 yr old Jos Adkinson was or the Joseph Dudley that
      >Elijah was the admr. for his estate.
      >
      >I would love to find someone else searching for this Graves family or
      >anything that anybody would know abt them.
      >
      >Thank you,
      >
      >Rayedene
      >
      >
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      >Message: 7
      > Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 12:49:40 -0500
      > From: "Tracy Lynn Wilson" <tlwilson@...>
      >Subject: Re: REMOVEEEEE!!!!!
      >
      >Do you or have you ever had an account at onlist.com or egroups.com ? If
      >so, check yourlist of groups, then unsubscribe. If not, you should be able
      >to go to the home page of egroups & contact them to get removed.
      >
      >Tracy
      >
      >-----Original Message-----
      >From: Monica Berndt <monica@...>
      >To: jacksongenealogy@egroups.com <jacksongenealogy@egroups.com>
      >Date: Tuesday, May 16, 2000 8:24 AM
      >Subject: [jacksongenealogy] REMOVEEEEE!!!!!
      >
      >
      >>How do I get off this list????? I never signed up!
      >>
      >>
      >>Monica Berndt
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      >Message: 8
      > Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 18:09:13 -0500
      > From: "Jean Brandau" <huntsville2@...>
      >Subject: Adoption and Surnames queries.....
      >
      >Hi, fellow genealogists:
      >
      >The Alabama Senate voted today 26-2 in favor of HB-690 which opens adoption
      >records. The bill passed the House in April, and the Governor is expected
      to
      >sign it into law shortly. If it passes the records would be open August,
      >2000.
      >
      >I'd like you to stop by my forum and post your comments about adoption and
      >also your genealogy surname queries for ALABAMA:
      >http://www.delphi.com/ab-huntsville
      >
      >Jean Brandau
      >huntsville2@...
      >
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      >Message: 9
      > Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 19:31:34 -0500
      > From: Becky Stewart <becky1@...>
      >Subject: Bowers
      >
      >I think I will try again too. Been quite awhile since I posted this
      >line.
      >The following was found in the Jackson Cty., AL, census of 1840 & 1850
      >Adam Bowers b. abt 1803 in VA, wife Susannah b. abt 1805 in GA.
      >Children:
      >1. John Bowers born 1830 in TN
      >2. William James Bowers born 1847 in AL
      >3. Thomas P. Bowes born 1837 in AL
      >4. Isaac Newton Bowers born 1845 in AL
      >this is the know children. Living with Adam & Susannah was Mary, was
      >she a child? Living next door to them was Martha and James Bowers were
      >the also children. It is believed that Samuel is Adam's father. By the
      >1860 census they are living in McNairy Cty., TN.
      >
      >Love to hear from someone.
      >
      >Becky Stewart
      >becky1@...
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