[jacksongenealogy] Jackson County genealogy chat room
- Hi, I have searched for Alexander Brown, Jackson Co. for death or burial. He
was in 1860 and 70 census there. His second wife is buried at Liberty Hill
cemetery, Sand Mountain. She was a lot younger than he. Found his marriage to
her Louisa Lunsford Bullard in Jackson Co. marriages. Out side of that I
can't find him. Know he issued at least four children by first wife Nancy.
Mary, Robert, Alexander Jr. and Stephen or Steven Abe and probably George
Alex, 1832 born in Ga. Then he issued 3 by second wife. Which I do know and
have contact with. There must be some of these Brown's still in Jackson Co.
Al. Doe's anyone recognize any of these names? Thank you. K. M. Lingenfelter,
- OK Jim, sorry I missed you there but I was away from my computer when you
checked in. Hope the chat room can have some lively dicussions about
Jackson County's past generations.
Feel free to post to the mailing list to invite folks to join you in the
At 10:45 AM 8/8/00 EDT, you wrote:
>Richard and all,
> I accessed the chatroom and I am glad that it is "open for business."
I went to the web site but I couldn't really tell what to do. I guess if I
read the directions it would have helped. Now I can't get back on.
Looking for GOLD, WININGER, GRIDER, COOLEY, SMITH
- I just had a question sent to me by a nice lady asking if I knew of any
unusual barns in our area. She is interested in architecture, history, and
other significance relating to the barns. Even a Rock City barn would be of
interest to her. Anyone have any ideas about barns in Jackson County? She
will also need driving directions. She wants to photograph any significant
At 11:01 AM 8/8/00 EDT, you wrote:
>Thanks Richard, I shall see you again some time in the room.
- Congratulations group . . . we now have a membership of 130 intersted in
jackson County Alabama genealogy on this list
Good to have everyone of you as a member
- these brown's don't appear to be related to me, but thought you might be interested in my brown family: i am descended from james brown (b. circa 1780) from sand mountain area, dekalb cty al.