Notice: for now to go from page to page, you will have to manually change any capital letters in the URLs these pages produce. Change D0s to d0s and I000s to i000s and HTMs to htms. I'm trying to find a different web page generator for my UFT that won't produce capital letters (which Earthlink won't allow) but for now, you'll have to make the case changes manually.

 

Those Alsobrooks

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This site will be constantly changing for awhile. If you find any errors, either factual or typographical, PLEASE LET ME KNOW!! And if you happen to have proof whom William M. Alsobrook's father was PLEASE SHARE THAT INFORMATION. That little tidbit is driving me NUTS!!!

Some of the links are not working right and I apologize and will correct those during the next update if you will help me pinpoint them all.

To be safe, for now if the pages send you to my homepage by accident, just click the link at the top of that page to come back here, and if you want to find a specific person and it won't take you there, use the next page and previous page buttons until you find the person. When I upload the next version, I'll try to get more of the linking problems solved. I would rather spend my time right now researching and writing.
 

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compiled and designed by Rosalyn Alsobrook
Gilmer, TX 75644

Updated: February 6, 2000

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In loving memory of

Henry Edward Alsobrook

1928-1957

Henry Edward Alsobrook

In 1957, at age 28, Henry learned he had terminal cancer. Knowing this, he prayed he would live long enough to share one more Christmas with his small children--which he did do at home and with great joy.
Henry died in early hours of the morning, December 26, 1957.

 

Originally, I thought William M. Alsobrook b. 1831 was the son of Micajah T. "Alex" Alsobrook but upon further research, discovered Micajah could not possibly be William M. Alsobrook's father. Also, because of the 1860 Carroll Parish Louisiana Census gave William's middle initial as S, I accepted another researcher's claim that William's middle name was Simmons. Later, upon discovering his military records and his wife's widow pension records, I found out the middle initial was actually M and not S. I have yet to discover what the M. stands for. Also, different records give different birth state information, so I don't know if WILLIAM M. ALSOBROOK was born (1831) in Tennessee or South Carolina. I have found that in 1850 he and his newlywed bride, Ann Snow Alsobrook, were in Dyer County, Tennessee. He was 20 at the time, Ann was 19, and they lived in Alfred Pitt's house. That is as far back as I can carry William now that I know he is not Micajah's son as first thought. Therefore our Alsobrooks do not link into the majority of my information yet which can be found on the UFT site.

To go directly to WILLIAM M. ALSOBROOK

To go to my Alsobrook Family Page on UFT . (watch for this link soon)

 

 

Table of Contents

 

Notice: for now to go from page to page, you will have to manually change any capital letters in the URLs these pages produce. Change D0s to d0s and I000s to i000s and HTMs to htms. I'm trying to find a different web page generator for my UFT that won't produce capital letters (which Earthlink won't allow) but for now, you'll have to make the case changes manually.  

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?, Alsobrook, Barnett, Barrington, Bessel, Bloodworth, Brown, Buchanan, Clifton, Cockran, Cole, Crisman, Denson, Deus, Dittrich, Eason, Felix, Galloway, Garrett, Harris, Keeling, Kuhlman, Langley, Liverman, Melton, Miller, Morrow, Nassie?, Norton, Reed, Roberts, Rountree, Scott, Strain, Strange, Sullivan, Townes, Valenzuela, Whitney, Woosley

 

 Notice: for now to go from page to page, you will have to manually change any capital letters in the URLs these pages produce. Change D0s to d0s and I000s to i000s and HTMs to htms. I'm trying to find a different web page generator for my UFT that won't produce capital letters (which Earthlink won't allow) but for now, you'll have to make the case changes manually.
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Introduction

These, our Alsobrook ancestors, provided the roots from which we and our children have all grown strong and proud. Our families are all on the ever-growing end of those roots, and because Alsobrooks tend to be so fertile, the growing end of this family tree is very thick and full of branches. In our quest for our roots, we genealogists tend to come upon branches of this growing beast we didn't know existed, and we long to know more about that newly discovered branch in order to figure out just what kind of tree it is these sturdy roots have born."--Rosalyn Alsobrook. By the very nature of the computer software program used to compile this report, some bits of information will repeat itself under the different family members that same information effects. Also, occasionally it may say someone is head of the house in a census, when in fact they were a member of the household. I hope to correct that problem within my software soon. I am constantly updating this information and hope one day to carry the family name back to the first Alsobrook immigrant. If you have further information on any of the people in this report, please send it to: Rosalyn Alsobrook 1607 Woodway Lane Gilmer, Texas 75644

 

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