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I have been searching for my Ancestors for 16 years.My Ancestors on my mother side is Joseph Culwell and Rebecca Johnson and Jeremiah Nix and Frances Louisa Webb Nix.On my fathers side is Johnson,Swann and Graves ,Davis.I have these in my family tree,Armstrong,Holt,Love,Nix,Davis,and|
Hogeland with many more.The Culwell family lived in Hayden Blount Co Alabama as well as the Armstrong and Holt.The Stanwick Hays Sr is kin as well James Polk Culwell son of Joseph and Rebecca married Martha Hays daughter of Stanwick and Elizabeth Mullins all of Hayden Blount Co Ala.James Polk Culwell was my Great Grandfather Joseph S Culwell father who married Martha Cordelia Love.Martha had a couple of sisters that married as well into the Holt Family Thomas Jefferson Holt married Louhanie Love.Any history you may have i would be happily to share information on them.Happy Hunting.
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|Amanda Shook||Josephine Swann McCurry|
I recently have been trying to locate and research my family background. My Grandmother was Josie Geneva Franks the daughter of W.S. Franks and Nola McCurry. Nola is the daughter of Josephine Swann and Fate McCurry..if anyone could help me or has any information I would really appreciate it.
death certificate of Claud swann from Missouri archives:
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|Paula Bales||Ludie Bales Memorial|
Hi Harley, I am the granddaughter of Ludie and Larkin Bales. My dad is Douglas Bales. I see that the memorial has one of his sisters and one of his brothers listed. There were actually 6 kids in all. I can give you that info if you would like, The site won't let me update it since you created it, Just let me know if you need or want any info from me. Great job on the memorials by the way,. :)
|Sally Luna||Livingston/Johnson family|
Lonzo Livingston was my Gr Grandfather, via my mom. Family has been traced extensively on my mother's maternal side, but the Livingston side has been "lost" in history. I'd love to have any information that I can get about Anthony and Susanna (Johnson) Livingston who had to be my GR GR grandparents. Thank you...Sally
|Mary Stacks||RE: Swan|
There are quite a few holes in what I have on my Swann ancestors - lots of unanswered questions. I'm sure about my grandparents, William and Ida. But there are some questions about the possibility of William actually being a Taylor from his mother's first marriage to William Taylor. There are several years between when she divorced W Taylor and married William B Swann.
Edward Swann, SR (1770-1850) - E Swann
William B Swann (1802-1858) - Sarah Taylor (Wildman)
William Swann (1848-1890) - Sarah Kathleen Haley
Mary Jane Ida Arvilla Swann (1887-1947) - William Kennedy
I would love to know if we are connected.
Mary Kennedy Stacks
There are a number of NIXes in the Northern part of Alabama.
....I have been collecting them, as well.
My great grandmother was Welthy NIX born in Bibb County, Alabama where she married 1835 before settling in Walker County where she had 13 sons ....no daughters. 7 of those sons served during the War Betw States, 3 were killed, on came back BLIND from magots in his eyes while severely ill.
Thanks for sharing,
|J. Spaulding||RE: Hays & Burns|
Then, yes, we be distant kin.
Actually, thru Henry COUNTS, Sr., I obtained membership to Daughters of American Revolution (DAR)...but then ditched it once I learned their staff altered Henry's name to ....KOON.
...but of course, via Martha "Doll" Hays' line back thru Stephen D. Mullings (Soldier in Revolution) you would be eligible for DAR....
S.D. Mullings is well(!)documented.
Maybe you will consider sharing your Hayes husband's tidbits some time?
And even what you have on BURNS, too.
I'm also interested in the DAVIS line in Blount Co, AL as I can't connect David C. Hays's daughter-in-law Louisa "Eliza" Mary Jane DAVIS (wife of Henry Harrison HAYES, son of David C.).
Two of David's sons married BURNS:
1. John Peter HAYS, b. ca 1849 on October 07, 1868 married Mary BURNS (Memorial# 8857167), signed by David C. Hayes.
2. Thomas E. Hays (Memorial# 8857124), b. ca 1855 married Naomi BURNS
I hope you will stay in touch.
I'm in California.
|J. Spaulding||RE: Stanwick Hays sr|
As best as I can determine, Miles is not a son to Standwick Winston Hays/Hayes. Miles is not listed among the children from any of the older researchers I've communicated with over the years.
But he might be related in some other capacity...??
I am sending you what I have collected on Miles over the years with HOPES of connecting him to his family. Feel free should you be able to use any of it.
Hays is spelled in various ways, including Hayes, Hayse, Haze, etc.
From Columbia, SC Archives I have the 1814 Will of Standwick, Sr's father-in-law Henry COUNTS (Sr) naming daughter Catherine and husband Standwick HAYES (as spelled)...along with a number of court records mentioning Standwick in the settlement of Henry's estate.
Specifically, Henry had a son Frederick COUNTS from a previous marriage whom was entirely OMITTED in Henry's WILL. There is talk about about rents being paid by Standwick and wife Catherine on a farm given to them, but later contested by Henry's current wife Catherine FELLERS COUNTS, saying that farm was part of her dowry---and essentially was NOT Henry's to be giving away! The mother Catherine insisted everything be given to her oldest son Henry COUNTS, Jr (and Jr. and the Mom both died 1817).
(In The Mother Catherine's WILL she mentions granddaughter Margaret, daughter of Standwick.)
The entire COUNTS estate went to the 3 yr old son of Henry, Jr. named Peter Westley COUNTS under guardianship of his other grandpa Matthias HAIR.
After that, the minor children of Henry, Sr and Catherine (John, Mary, Margaret, Elizabeth, and Jacob COUNTS) the courts awarded to Sheriff Thomas Taylor CURETON who moved outta SC and died soon afterwards in Newton Co, Georgia.
We can't determine WHERE Standwick, Sr. was prior to his marriage to Catherine COUNTS in Newberry, SC.
My grandmother Louie HAYES descends from Standwick, Sr. via son David C. HAYS/Hayes who died about age 52 (land records where his land is sold following his death he is listed as "Davis" HAYS).
Judy's Timeline Miles Gregory Hays
1827 Dec 3 Morgan County, Alabama married1 Mary Collinsworth by J. B. McCrosky, JP (same as Lucinda Hays)
1830 Morgan CO AL, listed w/ Charles Hays
1834 Sep 13 purchased land in Morgan County, AL
betw 1837-1851 mentioned in Blount CO AL Orhpans Court
1850 Blount, Al: Miles Hays, 43 (1807), b. Tennessee
1855 Blount CO AL, Miles Hays, 042
1855 Sept 20 Blount CO AL Married2 Elizabeth BRADFORD BURNS
1860 Blount CO AL, age 54
1827 book-Marriages of Morgan County Alabama 1818-1896 by Elbert J. Minter (1986)
Miles to Mary Collinsworth, 3 Dec 1827 by J. B. McCrosky, JP
1828 May 23 --book "Old Land Records of Morgan County, Alabama" by Margaret Matthews Cowart, 1981, page 183:
Sold or Granted: State, May 23, 1828. *R. I. (River Improvements). Miles Hayes 13 Sep 1834 40.24 acres, Jonathan Orr 12 Apr 1838 Vol 8, p 305-6 120.72 acres (W 1/2 of E1/2 of NE 1/4 & W 1/2 of NE 1/4). Memo (Memorandum). Section 14. Acres: 643.84 Part of Section: Northeast 1/4, acres: 160.96
1830 Morgan County, AL census
1837 -1851 Blount CO AL Orphans Court 1837-51
Hays, John B.
Hayse, John B.
1820-1829 --Los Angeles Public Library book- Alabama 1820-29 Decennary Census Index, Ronald V. Jackson, p 34
Hayes, Hannibal Morgan CO AL 1828
Hays, Betsy Lauderdale CO AL 1822
Hays, Elizabeth Lauderdale CO AL 1825
Hays, Elizabeth Perry CO AL 1827
Hays, Epsey Miss Bibb Co AL 1828
Hays, George Mobile CO AL 1823
Hays, Grizzell Ann Perry CO AL 1829
Hays, Josiah Clarke CO AL 1820
Hays, Lucinda Morgan CO AL 1826
Hays, Miles Morgan Co AL 1827
Hays, Nancy Lauderdale CO AL 1820
Hays, Peninak Perry CO AL 1826
Hays, WWit S. Montgomery CO AL 1825
1850 Blount, Alabama, Subdivision 17, Family 510
Miles HAYS 43 (1807), Tennessee Male
Mary Hays 41
Margaret Hays 20
Wm D. Hays 14
John C. Hays 12
Mary Hays 8
Charity Hays 4
Frances Collinsworth 60
1855 --LA Public Lib bk, Alabama 1855 Census Index, Ronald V. Jackson, page 5:
Hayes, Alslam, Tallapoosa CO AL, 047
Hayes, Henry Jun., Tallapoosa CO AL, 047
Hayes, J. B., Tallapoosa CO AL, 047
Hayes, James A., Tallapoosa CO AL, 032
Hayes, Thomas, Macon CO AL, 001
Hayesese, John, Tallapoosa CO AL, 055
Hayls, William M., Tallapoosa CO AL, 072
Hays, Amos, Henry CO AL, 025
Hays, Andrew, Tuscaloosa CO AL, 009
Hays, Azor, Tuscaloosa CO AL, 009
Hays, C. L., Henry CO AL, 010
Hays, Charles, Mobile CO AL, 051
Hays, David, Blount CO AL, 013
Hays, E. T. Tuscaloosa CO AL, 007
Hays, G. W., Henry CO AL, 009
Hays, Harris, Henry CO AL, 1010
Hays, J. N., Lowdes CO AL, 004
Hays, J. W., Blount CO AL, 013
Hays, J. W., Blount CO AL, 012
Hays, James, Autauga CO AL, 038
Hays, James, Henry CO AL, 029
Hays, Jesse, Franklin CO AL, 025
Hays, John B., Blount CO AL, 005
Hays, John S., Tuscaloosa Co AL, 009
Hays, L. G., Autauga CO AL, 024
Hays, L. R., Baldwin CO AL, 008
Hays, L. R. , Baldwin CO AL, ___
Hays, Leander, Tuscaloosa CO AL, 012
Hays, Miles, Blount CO AL, 018
Hays, Rubin, Blount CO AL, 018
Hays, S. T., Blount Co AL, 013
Hays, S. W., Blount CO AL, 013
Hays, T. N., Tuscaloosa CO AL, 052
Hays, W. B., Henry CO AL, 010
Hays, W. J. Tuscaloosa CO AL, 020
Hays, Wiley, Henry CO AL, 010
Hays, William M., Tuscaloosa CO AL, 012
Haze, Farmer, Coffee CO AL, 026
Haze, Niven, Coffee CO AL, 026
1855 --Notes from Research of Janice Crook, recd May 2000 listed, Early Blount CO AL Marriages, 852-1866:
Miles Hayse mar Elizabeth Burnes Sept 20, 1855__ (I think it might be 6)
1860 Blount CO AL, M653-2, Western Division, p 969
Miles HAYS, 54 (1806) SC, $1000/250
Martha Bridmeyers (? sp), 64
Alfred Burns, 63
John L. ", 11
Thomas Hays, 3
Miles L., 2/12
|Elizabeth Verchio||Memorial# 37963764 Richard H. Thomas|
Thought you may want to revise your flower offering regarding Richard's daughter Margaret as she is linked to her parents and spouses on Richard Henry's memorial.
Elizabeth Crauswell Verchio
2nd great-great niece of Richard Henry Thomas
you left a note on Willim M Whaley's memorial 1788-1880, Sevier, Tn..about a book , can you please tell me the name of the book? Thank You so much
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