Re: [jacksongenealogy] Surnames: MORGAN, PADGETT, WEBB, SNODGRASS
I wish I could help you out more but I know every
little bit helps. There are a number of Snodgrass
Families in Jackson Country. To illistrate my point,
I have about five core Jackson County lines and the
Snodgrass family married ino those lines 8 or nine
times. I do have a J.D. Snodgrass m. an Elizabeth
Blakemore, she was born in 1892. Could be a son of
Some Webbs also married into part of the family that
migrated into Texas. Families follows strikingly
similar migration routes so these Webbs could have
come from Alabama as well.
I do know a female <Unknow> Webb married Albert H.
Cotton in Larkinsville, Jackson County, AL.
I wish I could tell you more, if I was blood kin to
the fmailies I probably would have already researched
them, but they married into obsure lines. The closest
to me is my uncle married a Mary Snodgrass in Jackson
I can tell you this, that a large part of the
Snodgrass family seems to be around Larkinville. They
married into those lines that lived in Larkinsville.
The Larkins, the Cottons, The McCutchens.
One place I would tell you to look is Blue Springs
Cemetery. Thats where a lot of these Larkinsville
families are buried.
It is online at the Jackson County Site. Good luck
and let me know how it pans out.
--- Anne Rohr <arohr@...> wrote:
> I am researching families of John Benton Morgan B:__________________________________________________
> 1801 Pickens County, SC;
> Died: 9 September, 1880 Langston, Jackson County,
> AL, married Mary Ann
> Nickonson, about 1818; William John Bryson Padgett,
> B: 2 October 1817,
> Rutherford County, NC, D: 31 October, 1898, Holly
> Tree, Jackson County, AL,
> married Mary Ann McCord, January, 1839; Charles
> August Webb, B: 14 July,
> 1867, D: 23 June, 1915, Langston, Jackson, AL,
> Married Florence Morgan, 19
> February 1890; James David Snodgrass, B: ??
> In Washington County, VA, married Abigail Dunlap.
> Of their children, we
> know that Alexander and Margaret moved to Jackson
> County, as did Abigail
> after James death. I don�t know much about the
> dates other than that
> Margaret was the youngest child, and she was born 6
> January 1840, Abingdon,
> Washington, VA, D: 18 April, 1908, Langston,
> Jackson, AL, married John Malon
> Morgan, 9 September 1858, Centre, DeKalb, AL.
> Anything relating to any of
> these people or their families would be greatly
> appreciated. I am willing
> to share any information that I have with others who
> are willing to share
> with me. I have a great deal of information, but am
> stuck on the earlier
> years and families, and on the siblings of my direct
> line. I hope to hear
> from some of you who have ties to these people. I
> know that a lot of kin
> are still in the Jackson County area. I am far away
> and it makes research
> very difficult. Hope some of you kind Southern
> souls will help me out!:-)
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