(4)Thank you for the information on ML Images at familysearch.com, That hopefully, will save me a lot of time. Helen Thank you for the information on ML Images
(8)To see locations in Alabama associated with Civil War activity, look at this National Park Service site: Alabama Civil War Battles - The Civil War (U.S.
(24)That's a good point, Jewel. Her family might have moved away after the war and then moved back twenty years later.She might not have lived here until shortly
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(3)I have only been able to narrow it down to Feb 1858 as the date of birth and Alabama. I know her mother and father were from Tennessee (US Census). Marriage
(3)I just got the answer that I was looking for. There was, apparently, an earlier spouse that I was not aware of. Thanks to all for the quick replies and offers
(4)I've found both the findagrave listing for William Smith, and also his Revolutionary War pension application. Yes, he was definitely married to Mary Ann
(14)Yes I have a copy of that book. If I run across Rachel Phillips name I will post it on this site. On Thursday, March 12, 2015 10:22 PM, "'Regina Pipes'
(6)I am sorry I was so confusing in my original post. It was late and my thoughts were scattered. Here is what I know about the family Angenna/Augerona Smalley
(8)Thanks for the info. T
(12)Hello Brenda, Thank you for letting me know! I don't know about any Native Am. ancestry with Thersey/Thersa Williams Blackwell (Mann), I can't find anything
(3)Thank you so very much. Just a little more on my Campbell ancestors. I am still trying to find cemetery for William and Frances also. This is an awesome
(4)Thanks Clay. Sorry I just got a little excited when I found the group. Get some sleep! Thanks! Todd B 251-366-8641 On Tuesday, February 24, 2015 11:54 PM,
(9)Hi, that would be great. I bought a Jackson Co. Book years ago that did name a lot of the Isbells, including my Hannah Isbell. Take care roger From:
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