CHAMBLEE Family - -

by Scott Owens Anrkee@aol.com

Descendants of Isaac Chamblee

Generation No. 1

1. ISAAC1 CHAMBLEE was born Abt. 1745, and died 1800 in Wake County, North Carolina. He married LUCRETIA JONES. She was born Abt. 1748, and died Unknown in Wake County, North Carolina.

Notes for ISAAC CHAMBLEE:

[Note: Information and records on all six Chamblee men and their descendants will be forthcoming]
John, William, Robert, Isaac, George, Jacob. Chamlee/Chamblee were thought to have been
brothers living approximately from 1735 to 1825 in North Carolina and South Carolina. These
individuals could also have been cousins or close relatives, but they definitely knew each other,
interacted with each other, migrated with each other's children, and spawned what today are the
Chamblee and Chamlee families of the United States. As of now, research has not discovered
Chamblee or Chamlee famillies or individuals not connected with either Isaac, Jacob, Robert,
William, John or George.

Because of oral tradition and written history (the earliest of written family history is 1899), it is widely
believed, but unproven, that there were either three or six brothers who came from Ireland or
England: Robert, Jacob, William, Isaac, John and George. Actually, in examining early records in
Virginia and paper trails of these six men, there probably WERE three or six brothers who crossed
the ocean into the New World, but it is doubtful it was these particular six men but more likely their
progenitors. "Brothers from England/Ireland" also exists among the Chumley descendants, and many
of their lines come directly from Virginia into Tennessee, etc.[A treatment on the subject of early
Chamblees into America is forthcoming].

Robert, Isaac, William, Jacob, George and John Chamblee/Chamlee lived and co-existed together in
the four-corner county areas of Wake, Nash, Franklin and Johnston Counties, North Carolina until
Jacob and George migrated to South Carolina. Effort has been made to find documents indicating
interaction between these men in North Carolina. There are a few transactions with Robert, Isaac and

George Chamblee where they were in attendance at the estate sale of Joseph Wright of Wake
County. No link has yet has been made between the Wright family and any Chamblees.

Jacob appears to be younger. He only appears in two records in North Carolina, one in Franklin
County, North Carolina in 1809 (this "might" also be Jacob's son, also named Jacob) and the other
when Jacob took out a land grant for East Tennessee (first known documented listing in Tennesse is
in 1775). John could be the oldest, as one John Chamblee left a will in 1806 in Wake County, North
Carolina. William Chamblee lived in the Neuse River area of Wake County and his name was
mispelled "Chambliss" in many records, earliest being 1778. Equally interesting is that all Chamblee
and Chamlee descendants report oral history that supports the "three or six" brothers-came-from
England/Ireland theory even though the descendants had no prior connection to one another in any way.

Robert (Robin) Chamblee, ca 1738 - 1819
Little River District, Bertie and Wake Counties, North Carolina
See Children of Robert
Robert was probably born ca. 1738 based upon the legal age of 21 years from his first land
transaction of June 15, 1759 in Bertie Co, NC where he purchased from John Barett a "tenement
tract of parcel of land" of 100 acres in Chinkopen Neck. It was proven in court July 1759. [Sidebar:
John Van Pelt of Bertie Co sold this same land to John Barrett in 1758, John sold it to Robert
Chamblee in 1759]. Chinkopen Creek is in present-day Hertford County. With many others, Robert
signed a petition for the formation of Hertford County December 18, 1759, probably due the length
of time it took to travel to the courthouse at Winton to take care of legal matters. It is believed his
land ended up on the Hertford County side. Hertford County had a great amount of record
destruction or many more details of the family would be known.

Robert most likely married Esther Warren, daughter of Benjamin Warren, Sr. of Bertie County, NC.
There is one single reference to Robert and Hester (Esther) Chamblee together in court records.
Esther Chamblee is listed as a member of the Poplar Springs Baptist Church in Franklin County, NC.
In 1744, Bertie County, Benjamin Warren proved his rights and listed his wife, Esther and others:
James, Benjamin, Margaret, Mary Patience, William and Esther Warren.

Robert's first child, Millie Chamblee [possibly her name was Emily, James Chamblee had a daughter
who was referred to as both Millie and Emily in census records, James thus named his daughter after
his oldest sister] was born April 21, 1761 per records seen, but now reputedly destroyed, with other
children. Sarah Chamblee born ca 1763 and Winney Chamblee born ca 1764 closely behind.

Robert found himself in a case against Matthew Hubbard in Bertie County in 1766. The plaintiff won
the case. (Book 3, p749). Robert again became a father with Elizabeth born February 22, 1766. In
1767 he was listed in miscellaneous court dockets in Bertie County in Robert Chamley v. Thomas
Whealley and Robert Chamley v. William Outlaw, verdict, "not guilty". Interestingly, Robert seemed
to hold land on Town Creek in Edgecombe County which he sold to Samuel Ruffin in 1767. This land
as originally a patent sold to Peleg Rogers in 1745. How Robert acquired this land is unclear. In 1768
in Bute County (now defunct), Robert began some interesting transactions with John Hunnicutt.
Hunnicutt sold Robert Chamlee "both of Bute County, 40 pounds proclamation money and payment
of annual quit rents for 200 acres on south side Flat Rock Creek where said Hunnicutt now lives." 
his was witnessed by a John Driver, and the Drivers would show up in many records thereafter with
the Chamblee family from North Carolina to South Carolina. Flat Rock Creek is located near the
Virginia/North Carolina border in Warren County, North Carolina.

In 1764 Augustin Hunnicutt of Johnston County, North Carolina, sold to William Massey of Johnston
County 244 acres on the north side Markson [Moccasin?] Creek by Hezekiah Massey, Samwell
Bannon, Richard Williams. This was witnessed by Pettipool Massey and John Massey, who would
be important characters and neighbors of the Chamblees in Wake County. The Hunnicutt interactions
continue as John Hunnicutt of Bute County sells 138 acres in Johnston County to Drury Cade, "it
being part of a deed granted to Thomas Child, Granville Agent to Augustin Hunnicutt and John
Hunnicutt, executor of said Augustin Hunnicut, deceased, as by said deed may appear..." The witness
was Robert Chamlee (no "b").

Early Virginia marriage record research that a John Hunnicutt married Elizabeth Warren in 1671 and
had Robert, Augustine, William and Katherine, all of Surry County, Virginia. Whether these Warrens
are relatives of the Warrens who proved their rights in Bertie County is not known. Elizabeth who
married John Hunnicutt was the daughter of Thomas Warren of Surry County, Virginia. It is unclear
what relationship Robert was to the Hunnicutts. It seems odd that Robert would live off in the far
corner of Bertie County one year at a young legal age and then have many land interactions with the

Hunnicutt family in far off Bute unless somehow there were family connections. Robert finds himself
once more in court in 1768. He brought charges against none other than Benjamin Warren Sr.,
Matthew Hubbard and Benjamin Warren Jr. regarding the public auction of Hubbard's land which
Benjamin Warren sold to Hubbard in 1757. In spite of his court battle with his alledged father-in-law
he eventually named a son after Benjamin Warren.

By 1773 he had fathered Rachel, Jarred, Benjamin W. and John. John was 77 on the 1850 mortality
schedule in Wake County. The first few Wake County deed books are missing, but Robert was well
entrenched on property in Wake while trying to unload the last vestiges of his property in Bute
County to John Amos in 1773, and some surviving Bute County records state "where Robert
Chamlee did live including manor home proclamation money..."

By 1778 Ruthy, Mary/Polly and the youngest son William had been born. This coincided with the
Revolutionary War. Robert is listed on the rolls, but in actuality we don't know how much time he
served. We do know that according to Secretary of State records he had Frederick Strickland, a
neighbor, substitute for him for one year. In 1792 powers of attorney were drawn up to transfer funds
to Frederick Strickland due him through this service.

We are grateful that somewhere between 1777 and 1784 Robert and wife (or possibly mother) were
brought to court by their neighbor, Agness Lee, and were mentioned in records as "Robert and
Hester Chambly". Lee stated she was afraid of them and wanted what would be today a restraining
order against them in payment of 100 pounds. In 1777 Robert was proven not guilty in a petit larcency
charge. Thereafter he continued to be involved in various land grants with sons-in-law and children.

Even though written Chamblee memoirs state there were slaves in the family for generations, no slave
was ever listed on a census, tax schedule or other records for Robert. By the first federal census in
1790 his household was listed with 2 males 16 and up, 3 males under 16, and 4 females. The 1810
and 1820 Wake County censuses are missing or we would have a much more information about this
family.

It is generally thought by many descendants that Benjamin W. Chamblee of Anderson County, South
Carolina, was the son of George Chamblee formerly of Wake County, later of Anderson County,
South Carolina. "Uncle" George Chamblee, because of financial difficulties and bankruptcy, left
Wake County with friends, neighbors, relatives and nephews and headed for present-day Anderson
County, South Carolina. A deed dated February 25, 1796, Johnston Co, North Carolina, states:

"Benjamin Chamlee of Pendelton County, South Carolina to Robert Chamlee, 250 acres both sides
of Snipes Creek.." (Feb Court 1808, Johnston Co Deed Bk E-2 p356 or SLC film #19,219). In
Robert Chamblee's will of 1819 he lists his children and names Benjamin W. Chamlee (probably
"Warren").

Robert left a will dated April 22, 1819 with no mention of a living wife. It was probated February 7,
1820. (Refer to Documents of Robert Chamblee for actual transcription). His inventory was January
19, 1820, carrying notes on "Abel Upchurch, Israel Privitt, Alsey Pace, Nehemiah Previtt, James
Edins, Ephraim Bolton, James Chamlee, Benjamon Bolton, Sr., Willie Bryant, Amos Sanders, and
Jerrod Chamlee" (no "b"). Payment was indicated for Josiah Crudup for preaching at Robert's
funeral. Crudup was the minister at Hepzibah Baptish Church 1828 to 1836, it is unknown where he
worked before then, perhaps Poplar Springs Baptist. Robert's possessions were few, no bible was
mentioned but a hymn book was listed. His affairs were handled by his son, John Chamblee.

He had a sale April 15, 1820. His son, John, purchased his old chest and his hymn book, today's
treasures.

References: Bertie County Deed Book I, p56; Millie Chamblee & Frederick Massey family recorded in a ledger
book and owned by a descendant. Per John Massey, the ledger was reportedly destroyed when the owner died.

Elizabeth's birth day from bible per William Baldwin McKnight. Misc. Bertie County, North Carolina, Dockets
010.310.5. Bute Co Deed Book 2 p180. Johnston Co Deed Book #-1 p353. Bertie Co Deed Book L-2 p132,
minutes of Bute Co, NC, Wake Co NC, Johnston Co, NC; 1790 census, 1850 Wake Co mortality schedule, tax
lists, Robert's will: Will RB-16, page 3.

ROBERT'S CHILDREN: (Order as listed in his will).
Millie, Winnie, Elizabeth, Sarah, Benjamin W., James B., Rachel, John, Jarred, Ruthy,
Mary/Polly, William [he was specified as "youngest son"]

1. Isaac Chamblee
2. Zadock Chamblee
3. Elisha Chamblee
4. George Lewis Chamblee
5. (Lester) Verdo Monroe Chamblee
6. Horace J. Chamblee (My husbands father)

See Children of Isaac

The earliest known appearance of Isaac Chamblee in any record is the Hertford County, North Carolina, district 4, tax list of 1779. Hertford was formed in 1759 from Chowan, Bertie and Northampton. Robert Chamblee, as a resident of Bertie County, signed a petition 1759 for the formation of Hertford County and the act to enforce this new edit became effective May 1, 1760. It is believed most of the old Chamblee lands were on the Hertford County side of that formation, but we do see transactions with Chamblees in Bertie County after the 1759 formation date of Hertford. There is much record loss in Hertford County or we would have a clearer perspective of where, why, and what was going on with the Chamblees.

Isaac also shows up in 1784 on the Johnston County, North Carolina tax list with 280 acres 1 free poll. It appears that after the death of Isaac Chamblee that "Cresy Chamlee", Thomas Driver and Elizabeth Driver sold land in Johnston County to John Reynolds. It is known that Robert Chamblee possessed much land in Snipes Creek area of Johnston County, and much of it was later owned by his sons. The land, which sat near the Johnston/Wake County line, was just next door to Little River District where Robert Chamblee resided.

Isaac purchased 300 acres of land for his home place March 15, 1788 from Lodwick Alford on Poley and Cedar Rock Branches which would north of Robert Chamblee's lands in Wake County. Isaac's neighbors were John Merritt, William Merritt and a Horton. It is this ONE document that also lists Robert Chamblee and George Chamblee as witnesses, all alledged legal-age brothers. The other witness was Daniel Ball or Bell. George's wife has been noted by some as Sarah Bell.

Isaac Chamblee is continually found thereafter on Wake County tax lists in 1792 (300 acres), 1793 (300 acres), 1794, and 1799.

In 1797 an interesting court proceeding began which would eventually indicate George Chamblee's insolvency and probable cause why he left North Carolina and headed to South Carolina to live near his alledged brother, Jacob Chamlee. "March Court 1797, Wake County: Anne Reynolds vs. George Shamblee, Wm. Merriot and Isaac Shamblee delivered George Shamblee as special bail in discharge of themselves; Jeremiah Rhodes and Charles Austin became bail for the defendant.

Isaac Chamblee purchased five chair frames at the estate sale of Joseph Wright. Also purchasing were a who's who of Chamblee kin and neighbors: Robert Chamblee, James Bolton, Moses Todd, George Chamlee, Israel Privitt, Miles Privitt, Hezekiah Massey, Samuel Strickland and Solomon Todd.

Isaac died before December 1800 in Wake County as evidenced by court records naming Jesse Horton (probable neighbor and son-in-law) as administrator. Jesse Horton, later migrated to Alabama and married Isaac's daughter, Sarah [photo survived of Sarah], was appointed to settled the estate.Thereafter a paper trail appeared in conjunction with the dispersal of this estate naming children, children-in-law and the widow.

Nov 1803: Land of Isaac Chamble [sic] on the waters of Little River divided pursuant to court order:

[Plat map indicates land is where Cedar Rock Branch and Poly Branch meet on Little River, bounded in 1803 by the Austin line on the west and and the Hinton line on the south]:

Tract A: Lucretia Chamble, relict: 103 acres and house

No. 1: Jesse Horton in right of his wife [Sally]: 26 acres No. 2: Nancy Chamble: 26 acres

No. 3: Elisha Chamble: 26 acres

No. 4: Zadock Chamble: 26 acres

No. 5: Hardy Chamble: 26 acres

No. 6: Lewis Chamble: 26 acres

No. 7: John Chamble: 26 acres

No. 8 James Reynolds in right of his wife [Rachell]: 26 acres

Lucretia Jones, wife of Isaac Chamblee, was also known as "Tressy/Cressy" in records. In December 1800 she petitioned as the widow of Isaac Chamble for a year's support, granted January 20, 1801. Land jointly owned by Thomas Driver, Elizabeth Driver and Cresy Chamlee was sold to John Reynolds in Johnston County. The Drivers and Reynolds are important players with both the Isaac Chamblee and George Chamblee families.

Court records indicate that at her old age Trecy/Tressy Jones Chamblee decided to have a new house and petitioned the court to build one as mentioned in Trecy's estate account May 16, 1818. She suffered 9 days before dying and her burial cost $15.

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References:

Wake Co Book H p 496; Wake Co Court Minutes Bk IV 381-214; Wake County Book E, p 198, Wake County Deed Book III R7; Wake Co Court Minutes Book V, 386; Wake Co Book IV, Sect 724; Wake Co Book XIV, p315.

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ISAAC'S CHILDREN: (Order as listed in land division]
Zadock, John, Hardy, Rachell, Lewis, Sarah Elizabeth, Elisha, Nancy,

Zadock Chamblee, b. aft 1775, of Pendelton Co. SC marr Lucy Sloan, b. SC.

Zadock's children:

William Moses Chamblee b. 29 Oct 1802, d. 12 June 1895, Anderson Co, SC, buried Belton Cemetery, Anderson Co, SC; marr Susan Hall, 5-19,1846, daughter of William B. and Nancy Hall

James Chamblee b. ca 1806, marr Nancy Skelton b. ca 1809

Elisha Chamblee b. ca 1811, d. 16 June 1890, buried Flowery Branch Cemetery, SC; marr Millie Long b. 30 Dec 1812

Susan Chamblee b. ca 1814

John Chamblee b. ca 1816

Elizabeth Chamblee b. 1820, marr Matthew Snipes 1/1/1804, of Anderson Co. SC

Lewis Chambleeb. ca 1818

John Chamblee,

Hardy Chamblee, b. aft 1774, d. 1805/1806 Wake Co NC; left will April 9, 1805. (Refer to Documents of Hardy Chamblee). Hardy marr Gracy Ellis, Wake Co, NC. Gracy remarried to Joel Walker.

Rachell Chamblee, b. ca 1775, marr John Reynolds 11-12-1795, Wake Co, NC.

Lewis Chamblee, b. ca 1776, marr Mary/Polly Burris, alledged daughter of Joshua & Sarah Mary Chamblee Burris. Relationship of Sarah Mary Chamblee to other Chamblee kin is not proven.

Children of Lewis Chamblee:

John David Chamblee b 23 June 1804, SC, d. 15 Feb 1877, Leake Co MS, marr Sarah Ferguson ca 1830.

Millie Chamblee b. ca 18008, SC marr______Brooks

Jacob "Jake" Chamblee b. ca 1815, SC; of Greene Co. AL, marr Charity Cockrell 1-21-1843, Greene Co, AL

Elizabeth/Bettie Chamblee b. 30 June 1818, SC d. before 1856, marr Williamson Fortune.

Sanford C. Chamblee b. ca 1820 of Anderson Co SC marr Susan Cain Masters

Rachel Chamblee b. ca 1822 marr ________Brooks

Sallie Chamblee b. ca 1824, marr James Langdon ca 1844, AL

Isom B. Chamblee b. ca 1825 of Greene Co AL, marr Elizabeth Cockrell 6-14-1847, Greene Co AL

Manley Chamblee b. ca 1827

Theresa Macarina (Rina) Chamblee b. 19 Nov 1832, Pickens Co, AL, d. 16 July 1923, Scott Co, MS, buried 17 July 1923, Searcy Cemetery, Pulaski/Scott Co. MS, marr Pleasant Fortune Morehead 11-14-1845.

Jim Chamblee b. ca 1834 marr Oka Lee [an Indian]

George Chamblee b. ca 1836

Sarah Elizabeth Chamblee, b. 1776, d. 17 March 1862, Pleasant Ridge, Greene Co, AL, buried Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Greene Co, AL [tombstone says she was a Quaker, Bill Horton reported this was inaccurate], marr Jesse Horton 3/15/1799 in Wake Co, NC, Jesse b. 7 Jan 1773, d. 2 August 1850, Greene Co. AL, son of Capt. Amos Horton & Virginia Sawrey.[Info on this large family to come]

Elisha Chamblee, b. ca 1777, unheard of after 1808 in Wake County. May have gone to South Carolina with his brother, Zadock, his alleged cousin Benjamin W. Chamblee, and alleged Uncle George Chamblee.

Nancy Chamblee, b. 1779, marr Miles Witherington of Hertford Co, NC.

Children of ISAAC CHAMBLEE and LUCRETIA JONES are:

i. ELISHA2 CHAMBLEE.

ii. HARDY CHAMBLEE, m. GRACE ELLIS, December 17, 1801, Wake County, North Carolina.

iii. RACHEL CHAMBLEE, m. JAMES REYNOLDS, November 12, 1795, Wake County, North Carolina.

2. iv. ZADOC CHAMBLEE, b. Abt. 1775, Pendleton County, South Carolina.

3. v. SARAH ELIZABETH CHAMBLEE, b. 1777, Wake County, North Carolina; d. March 17, 1862, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

4. vi. LOUIS CHAMBLEE, b. 1781, North Carolina; d. Pickens County, Alabama.

vii. NANCY CHAMBLEE, b. 1787.

5. viii. JOHN CHAMBLEE II, b. WFT Est. 1745-1771; d. WFT Est. 1795-1858.

Generation No. 2

2. ZADOC2 CHAMBLEE (ISAAC1) was born Abt. 1775 in Pendleton County, South Carolina. He married LUCY SLOAN. She was born in South Carolina.

Children of ZADOC CHAMBLEE and LUCY SLOAN are:

i. WILLIAM MOSES3 CHAMBLEE, b. October 28, 1802; d. June 12, 1895, Andersonville County, South Carolina; m. SUSAN HALL.

ii. JAMES CHAMBLEE, b. 1806.

iii. ELISHA CHAMBLEE, b. 1811.

iv. SUSAN CHAMBLEE, b. 1814.

v. JOHN CHAMBLEE, b. 1816.

vi. ELIZABETH CHAMBLEE, b. 1820; m. MATTHEW SNIPES; b. January 1, 1804, Anderson County, South Carolina.

3. SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE (ISAAC1) was born 1777 in Wake County, North Carolina, and died March 17, 1862 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama1. She married JESSE HORTON II March 15, 1799 in Wake County, North Carolina, son of AMOS HORTON and VIRGINIA PEEBLES. He was born January 7, 1773 in Hanging Rock, Lancaster District, South Carolina1, and died August 2, 1850 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama1.

Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH CHAMBLEE:

Estate of Sarah Horton, Widow of Jesse Horton

Administered 1862 by John D. Horton

Sarah Horton died on or about April 17, 1862, leaving following heirs:

John D. Horton

William Horton

Maria, wife of Henry Edwards

Molsey, widow of Berry King

(all of Greene County, Alabama)

Also:

Elizabeth, widow of John Slaughter, of Leake County, Mississippi

Therza, wife of John Bridges, of Hamburg, Ashley County, Arkansas

Eliza Miller, of age near Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas,

heirs of Jane Jones, deceased, living in Franklin County, ALabama, now in lines of Federal Army:

Sarah A., wife of James Massey

William L. Jones

Dianan, wife of A. Bonds

heirs of Emeline E.,deceased, wife of Benjamin Bolton

Jane, wife of __ Hester

Jesse A. Bolton, age abt 26

Drusilla Bolton, age abt 22

Eliza Ann Bolton, age abt 20

John Bolton, age abt 18, &

Mary Bolton, age abt 8

who reside in Franklin County, Alabama.

heirs of Candice, deceased, living in Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas:

Virginia Rives, wife of Rogers

Sarah Rives, age abt 16

Mary Rives, age abt 14

John L. Rives, age abt 7

other children, not named

heirs of Rebecca, deceased, wife of Raleigh Brewer, living in Pickens County, Alabama:

Jesse Brewer, age abt 20

Raleigh Brewer, Jr., age abt 14

Burrel Brewer, age abt 10

Alice Brewer, age abt 8 &

John Brewer, age abt 4,

living with their father Raleigh Brewer in Pickens County, Alabama.

Notes for JESSE HORTON II:

In 1800, the Jesse Horton household in Wake County, NC, consisted of Jesse, Sarah, Jane Emeline, and a young gentleman 16-26 years old, possibly one of Jesse's or Sarah's brothers. At this time Jesse owned no slaves. This same year Jesse served as the administrator of the estate of Isaac Chamblee his father-in-law, who died intestate that year. Jesse received 36 acres "in right of his wife."

In 1816 Jesse Horton was taxed for 259 3/4 acres (probably someone else's) plus 919 acres. In 1817 and 1818 he was taxed for only the 919 acres. In 1819 his taxable acreage was 1,161, as it was in 1820, plus 4 slaves.

In 1821 Jesse was taxed for 1,331 acres and 5 slaves. During this year Jesse served as executor of the estate of his deceased father Amos Horton (Jr.). According to the will of Amos Horton, written March 28, 1821 and was probated August 18 of that year. Jesse received "all my lands on the north side of the Road, by his paying Drury Horton $50, and also two negros Barn and Eady." This will, of which Jesse was executor, was probated in August 1822. In 1822 Jesse was not listed in the tax lists, having moved to Alabama, but in 1823-25 his brother Hartwell was taxed "for Jesse Horton" several hundred acres of land. Jesse had taken his slaves to Alabama. According to family sources, Jesse moved his family to Blount County, Alabama, in 1822. His youngest daughter, Eliza, was born in 1823 there in Blount County. Other Hortons settled in Blount County and Jesse may have simply stayed there until Sarah delivered and was able to travel to move on to Greene County.

In 1824 the Jesse Horton family, including 8 slaves, moved to Greene County, Alabama, settling in the vicinity of Pleasant Ridge in the northeastern corner of the county. Jesse appeared on the tax lists of Wake County, North Carolina, until 1822 when he possibly moved to Blount County, Alabama. In late 1825 Jesse travelled back to Wake County to sell the remainder of his land and settle his affairs in that state, concluding two land sales in January 1826.

The 1830 Census of Greene County, Alabama, lists Jesse Horton with three sons (Jesse Habbord, 11, William, 18, and John D., 16) and three daughters (Elizabeth M., Mariah, and MaryAnn Rebecca) with his wife Sarah. Jesse owned 19 slaves at this time.

On December 1, 1830, Jesse acquired 79.87 acres of land in Pleasant Ridge through the Tuscaloosa Land Office. Jesse purchased 320 acres from David Scott and Edward Sims on August 4, 1831 for $1600. On January 10, 1832, he acquired 158.67 more acres nearby. Jesse gained 40.03 acres through the Tuscaloosa Office on March 30, 1837. Later that year, on August 18, Jesse purchased 235 acres from Albert, Hamilton, Mary, and Sarah McGowen for $2000.

In 1840 the Jesse Horton household consisted of Jesse, Sarah, William and his wife Marcia, and a boy 5-10 years old, possibly George Washington Horton, son of Elizabeth and John Henry. Jesse owned 23 slaves this year. On March 2 of this year Jesse purchased land from his son-in-law George W. Rives, husband of daughter Candice.

On April 21, 1841 Jesse purchased 285 acres from the Achilles Edwards' estate for $1650. In June of 1847 Jesse conveyed through "natural love and affection" 240 acres along with three Negro slaves: Abe, 24, Harriet, 20, and Esther, 14 to his daughter Candice, wife of George W. Rives. These were put in a trust, with son John D. as trustee, for the life of Candice. The proceeds of these properties were to be conveyed to Candice or her heirs. Apparently about this time George and Candice moved to Morehouse Parish, Louisiana, and Jesse felt some need to provide for her.

By 1850, all the children were gone, and Jesse and Sarah lived on their plantation with 25 slaves, 13 of whom were of age to be field hands. In the 1850 U.S. Census Agricultural Returns, Jesse Horton is shown with the following, the yearly production for 1849:

Land: 300 acres improved, 360 ac. unumproved, total value $7,980.00. (tot.660a)

Equiptment: $315;

Livestock: 5 horses, 3 mules, 11 milk cows, 4 oxen, 26 other cattle, 35 sheep,

95 swine, total livestock value: $1.120.00

Produce: 2,000 bu corn, 511 bu oats, 18 bales cotton, 50 lb wool, 50 bu peas,

10 bu potatoes, 350 bu yams (sweet potatoes), 150 lb butter, 200 lb honey.

Estate of Jesse Horton, Greene County, Alabama: enumeration of heirs--

Jesse Horton departed this life in 1850, leaving:

his widow Sarah Horton, and the following children heirs, to wit:

Elizabeth Slaughter, widow of John Slaughter, deceased,

Therza, wife of John Bridges,

Rebecca, wife of Raleigh Brewer

who reside in the State of Alabama (?Mississippi)

Also,

Maria, wife of Henry Edwards,

Molsey, widow of Littleberry King,

John D., &

Wm Horton,

who reside in Greene County, Alabama

Emiline E., wife of Benj. Bolton,

Dianah Bonds, wife of A. Bonds,

Sarah A., wife of James Massey, &

Wm L. Jones,

of whom are the grandchildren, and heirs of

Jane Jones, a Deceased Daughter

who reside in Franklin County, Alabama

and

Eliza, wife of Wm Buntin &

Candice, wife of George W. Rives,

who reside in Moorehouse Parish, Louisiana, and all of whom are

lawful heirs.

The tombstone of Jesse Horton, in the Horton Cemetery in Pleasant Ridge, reads thus: "For the last 30 years of his life he was a faithful member of the Baptist Church."

Children of SARAH CHAMBLEE and JESSE HORTON are:

6. i. JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, b. 1800, Wake County, North Carolina; d. January 1830, Franklin County, Alabama.

7. ii. ELIZABETH MARCIA HORTON, b. January 17, 1802, Wake County, North Carolina; d. December 16, 1864, Leake County, Mississippi.

8. iii. THERZA HORTON, b. 1804, Wake County, North Carolina; d. Unknown, Hamburg, Ashley County, Arkansas.

9. iv. MARIA HORTON, b. 1806, Wake County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1865, Greene County, Alabama.

10. v. MOLSEY HORTON I, b. July 4, 1808, Wake County, North Carolina; d. June 21, 1881, Greene County, Alabama.

11. vi. ELIZA HORTON, b. 1809, Wake County, North Carolina; d. Unknown, Drew County, Arkansas.

12. vii. WILLIAM HORTON VI, b. October 5, 1812, Buffalow District, Wake County, North Carolina; d. September 5, 1881, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

13. viii. JOHN D. HORTON, b. May 9, 1814, Buffalow District, Wake County, North Carolina; d. October 17, 1882, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

14. ix. CANDACE HORTON, b. 1817, Wake County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1861, Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas.

x. JESSE HABBARD HORTON I, b. September 22, 1819, Buffalow District, Wake County, North Carolina1; d. July 25, 1843, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama1.

15. xi. MARYANN REBECCA HORTON, b. October 13, 1821, Buffalou District, Wake County, North Carolina; d. March 14, 1859, Noxubee County, Mississippi.

4. LOUIS2 CHAMBLEE (ISAAC1) was born 1781 in North Carolina, and died in Pickens County, Alabama. He married MARY BURRIS 1803 in Charleston, South Carolina. She was born 1785 in South Carolina.

Children of LOUIS CHAMBLEE and MARY BURRIS are:

i. ELIZABETH3 CHAMBLEE, b. Pendleton District, South Carolina; d. Blount County, Alabama; m. HENRY W. BROOKES; d. Blount County, Alabama.

ii. JANE CHAMBLEE, b. Pendleton District, South Carolina; m. A. GILMORE.

iii. MALINDA CHAMBLEE, b. Pendleton District, South Carolina; m. STRICKLAND.

iv. MARINA CHAMBLEE, b. Pendleton District, South Carolina; m. PLEASANT MOREHEAD.

v. RACHEL CHAMBLEE.

16. vi. JOHN DAVID CHAMBLEE, b. June 24, 1804, Pendleton District, South Carolina; d. February 15, 1870, Leake County, Mississippi.

17. vii. SARAH H. CHAMBLEE, b. August 21, 1816, Pendleton District, South Carolina; d. December 14, 1878, Greene County, Alabama.

viii. GEORGE CHAMBLEE II, b. 1820; d. 1826.

ix. JAMES CHAMBLEE, b. 1822; d. November 1826.

18. x. ISHOM BURRIS CHAMBLEE, b. 1825, Pendleton District, South Carolina; d. Abt. 1919, Freestone County, Texas.

xi. JACOB CHAMBLEE, b. 1825; m. CHARITY COCKRELL; b. 1828; d. 1859.

xii. RINEY CHAMBLEE, b. November 19, 1832, Greene County, Alabama; d. July 16, 1923, Scott County, Mississippi; m. FORTUNE PLEASANT MOREHEAD, November 14, 1845, Neshoba County, Mississippi.

5. JOHN2 CHAMBLEE II (ISAAC1)2 was born WFT Est. 1745-17712, and died WFT Est. 1795-18582. He married OLIVE RICHARDSON2 November 30, 1790 in JOHNSON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA2, daughter of JOHN RICHARDSON and HANNAH. She was born Abt. 1744 in Johnson county , North carolina2, and died Abt. 18342.

Children of JOHN CHAMBLEE and OLIVE RICHARDSON are:

i. NANCY3 CHAMBLEE, b. Abt. 1800; m. BRITTON PIERCE; b. Abt. 1800.

ii. PIETY CHAMBLEE, b. Abt. 1811; m. MATTHEW JOHNSON; b. Abt. 1810.

19. iii. RAYFORD M. CHAMBLEE, b. Abt. 1812.

iv. SALLY CHAMBLEE, b. Abt. 1816.

v. MARILDA O. CHAMBLEE, b. Abt. 1818; m. JOSIAH WILDER; b. Abt. 1815.

vi. WOODSON CHAMBLEE, b. 1821; m. ROENA BUNN; b. 1821.

20. vii. WILLIAM BRYANT CHAMBLEE, b. 1824.

Generation No. 3

6. JANE EMELINE3 HORTON (SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born 1800 in Wake County, North Carolina, and died January 1830 in Franklin County, Alabama. She married JESSE JONES December 25, 1818 in Wake County, North Carolina, son of WILLIAM JONES and DINAH VADEN. He was born May 20, 1796 in Wake County, North Carolina, and died May 17, 1856 in Franklin County, Alabama.

Notes for JESSE JONES:

For example, Jane

Emeline Horton's husband was Jesse Jones, not Thomas Jesse. I do not

know where this rumor started, but there is no proof I have ever seen

that his first name was Thomas. He did not serve in the Civil War, but

may have served in the Indian Wars in the 1830's. He would have been

close to 70 years old at the time of the Civil War and was not born in

time to serve in the Rev. War.

In addition, it is extremely unlikely that Jane Emeline died in Franklin

Co. or that their kids were born there as he did not purchase land there

until 1849 after Jane's death and after his second marriage to Rhoda

Bolton, the sister of his son-in-law Benjamin Littleberry Bolton. Rhoda

was living with her parents in Pickens (later Greene Co.) at the time of

their marriage; her parents never moved to Franklin Co. although most of

their children did starting around 1840. Jesse was the son of Wm. Jones

and Dinah (Vaden) Jones; their graves are marked today in the Greenhill-

Ezzell Cemetery where they were moved from the Jones Cemetery after the

TVA thought the Jones Cemetery would be flooded after Cedar Creek became

a reservoir.

There is some possibility that some of Jesse's and Jane's kids may have

been born in GA. This is something we need to research further. They

may have lived there a short while before moving to Pickens/Greene.

You also have the birth dates incomplete or inaccurate for Jesse and

Jane's kids: Emeline was born 12/15/1819, Dinah Maisy Jane was born

3/2/1824, Sarah Ann was born 2/9/1827, and Wm. Lewis (note spelling) was

born 1/24//1830. Since Jesse married Rhoda in Pickens/Greene @1832, it

is extremely unlikely that Wm. Lewis was born in Fayette Co. AL. These

dates came either from Benjamin Littleberry's Bible or from their

cemetery headstones. The middle names came from legal documents such as

the power of atty. they all signed for James Massey, Sarah's husband, to

get their inheritance from their grandfather's estate.

By they way, Jane Bolton married Wm. Carroll Hester; you have a blank in

her grandmother's will as to his first name.

I notice you have a more specific death date for Jane Horton Jones than

I do; could you tell me where you got yours? We merely had that it was

before 1832. She probably died in childbirth with Wm. Lewis.

By the way, Jesse Horton's "marriage" to Betsy Fowler, as far as I know,

is evidenced only by a N.C. marriage bond. Since he married Sarah

Chamblee a mere 3 months later, and no children are purported to be born

by Betsy Fowler, isn't it possible that this was merely a license to

marry that was never used and that his marriage to Sarah Chamblee was

his only marriage?

Dinah and Andrew Turner Bonds had 12 kids: I have them if you want them.

Sarah Ann and James Massey had 14 kids: I have them if you want them.

Wm. Lewis died May 5, 1853 and never married or had kids. Emeline and

Benjamin Littleberry had at least 7 kids; there was another one listed

on the census that was not in their Bible. If he is their child, that

would be 8 kids. I also have them if you want them.

Enough info for now except that we have the Bolton family reunion each

year on land owned by Jesse Jones and Rhoda Bolton Jones on Cedar Creek

in Franklin Co. It is wonderful.

Carla Tate

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Children of JANE HORTON and JESSE JONES are:

21. i. EMELINE ELIZABETH4 JONES, b. December 15, 1819, Pickens County, Alabama; d. July 20, 1852, Franklin Co., Al.

22. ii. DIANAH MAZY JANE JONES, b. March 2, 1824, Pickens County, Alabama; d. February 26, 1910, Pleasant Site, Franklin County, Alabama.

23. iii. SARAH ANN JONES, b. February 9, 1827, Pickens Co., Al; d. August 1, 1908, Franklin Co., Al.

iv. WILLIAM LOUIS JONES, b. January 24, 1830, Fayette County, Alabama; d. May 16, 1866, Alabama.

7. ELIZABETH MARCIA3 HORTON (SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born January 17, 1802 in Wake County, North Carolina, and died December 16, 1864 in Leake County, Mississippi. She married (1) JOHN MADISON HENRY July 4, 1840 in Greene County, Alabama, son of SAMUEL HENRY and REBECCA BRAEMER. He was born Abt. 1790, and died Abt. 1842 in Neshoba County, Mississippi. She married (2) JOHN WILLIAM SLAUGHTER Abt. 1844 in Leake County, Mississippi, son of OWEN SLAUGHTER and MARY MCDONALD. He was born 1795 in North Carolina, and died 1847 in Leake County, Mississippi.

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM SLAUGHTER:

te: 8/6/1999 8:25:50 PM Central Daylight Time

From: BandB4951

To: Anrkee

Hello,

I have just been viewing your SLAUGHTER family information on Ancestry.com and, while I am not sure that they are the same, there is a strong chance that your John William SLAUGHTER and first wife, Susan are the same as my great, great grandparents, John M. SLAUGHTER and wife, Susan CROUCH, or were, possibly related. My Susan was the daughter of Samuel and Sarah CROUCH from North Carolina and my John M. SLAUGHTER was the son of Owen SLAUGHTER and born in North Carolina. He and Susan had a daughter named Susan and John's brother had a son named William or John William. My great grandfather was Hutson/Hudson H./Harris? SLAUGHTER, born in March of 1844 in Greene Co., AL and Susan SLAUGHTER died 10 days later, probably due to complications of childbirth. I believe they were also in Pickens Co., AL. Hutson/Hudson SLAUGHTER joined the Confederate Army at age 16 years and married Claranda 'Clara' WILLIAMS, born: ??, parents: ?? They were the parents of my grandfather, Louis Hector SLAUGHTER who married three times, the third was my grandmother, Ethel Rosalee HATTEN (m. WOMACK.)

If you think that there is a connection with our SLAUGHTER families please contact me.

Sincerely,

Bellinda Myrick Barnett

<< Subj: George Webb SLAUGHTER Story

Date: 09/09/1999 4:41:27 PM Central Daylight Time

From: firegrl@sierratel.com (Candace Gregory)

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To: BBOB2121@aol.com

CC: Modenne@aol.com, BandB4951@aol.com, ROSELANE@aol.com, gaslaugh@ldl.net, mjeans@tsixroads.com, LSlaug2904@aol.com

This was forwarded to me by a researcher of an additional SLAUGHTER line I am

working and this is of our family, thought you would be interested if you hadn't

already seen it. I believe the preacher that is referred to is George Webb

SLAUGHTER.

THOMAS ACEY BROWN "I was born in Rusk County in 1860," says Mr. Thomas Acey

Brown. My father was a ful-blooded Englishman and mother was Scotch Irish. "I

was about 17 years old when I left Rusk County ,, looking for a ranch job. I

meandered over into the Palo Pinto and Ranger section, where I worked for the

old Slaughter outfit. Everybody knowed that Slaughter bunch all

over the states. The old man was a Baptist preacher, C. C. Slaughter was a

banker in Dallas and was worth over three million. Lum, another son, was the

black sheep, did a little gambling and everything else that came his way. Bill

and John were ranchmen, on a large scale. The whole outfit owned a great part of

Texas . They just kept right on, right on growing up with Texas . That's why

they were so famous. I worked with that outfit for several years during round

-up times. "Old preacher Slaughter and Ross captured an Indian boy when he was

just a little shaver; he had

growed to be about 25 years old when I worked for them. This Indian boy was a

mighty fine rider, did most all the breaking of Slaughter's horses. He never

wanted to go back to his tribe after he was grown. "When I was up in Palo Pinto

County , I heard about an Indian climbing over a high rail fence when a guard

shot him, and he died standin' straight up, leanin' against that fence; then the

settlers tied him to a horse's tall and dragged his into town. They all gathered

around, skinned him,

and made quirts out of his hide. "Yes and I heard about them Indians a-skinnin'

a white man alive and him a livin' over it too; don't know if it was so or not,

I just heard it. "I knowed Jessie and Frank James, Sam Bass's bunch, (Blackie)

Frank Jackson, and Warren Jackson, they were all train robbers of the Texas

Pacific. These robbers and Indians would get back in them Palo Pinto hills and

nobody could get 'em out without puttin' hounds in after 'em. "The killin' of

Sam Bass was all a plot,

they didn't get him fair. Old Murphy plotted a way to catch him, went into Round

Rock to get a shave and gave officers a signal when he passed by. The officers

surrounded the bunch and killed Sam. Then Jackson took a shot at Murphy when he

was in the barber chair, but didn't kill him. "There was lots of wild people in

this country when I came out here but they didn't get out much. These wasn't bad

fellers; anyway we didn't think so then. They'd come out and do a little robbin'

and give any poor person in need some money; they never killed unless they were

forced to. Every one of them boys was drove to doin' what they done; ain't like

the skunks now-a-days hold you up for two-bits, then killed you for not havin'

it. These here preachers! If I don't roast 'em when they come to my house

a-tellin' us to pray. 'Pray, pray, don't forget to pray, brother! Just go to it

boys but don't forget to pray when you got to the forks of the road.' Why, Clyde

and Bonnie prayed every day-can't tell by that. These here meetin's where they

get down and roll and then have to drag 'em out in the brush and fan 'em. Bah!

Ain't no more to them than these doctors hum-buggin' around. Why, here I am 78

years old, takin' medicine for my kidneys and it ain't a-doin' me no good. I

can't hold out to walk at all and I used to be as good as a horse. I've slept in

wet blankets too long I guess, 'til I'm just dead now, still a-walkin' but I'm

dead just the same. Sometimes I do take a tumble but just get up and keep

a-goin'. I don't mean to fool with them doctors though. Oh!

These doctors and preachers; it's a wonder to me anyone is a-livin' now-a-days.

One will tell you, you are goin' to hell and the other quack a-givin' somethin'

he doesn't know if it will kill or cure. Then they talk about the bad boys

robbin' trains long ago. I know which I'm for. "After I left the Palo Pinto

Country, I went on down around Fort McKavett and the Brady section a-workin' for

Dwight Benjamin. There were only two old boxed cabins at Fort McKavett at that

time. "A bunch

of Indians came through them parts and killed several white men and just cleaned

Brady of horses. "An old man was goin' down the road in a wagon when three

Indians a-walkin' and two on horseback went up and killed the old feller, cut

his horses loose and took one of them; the other one got away and ran home. The

family knew something had happened. The same horse ran home once before when

Indians attacked the old man and he was saved that time. The Indians went on and

made their next raid at Salt Gap, killing a Mexican and taking a bunch of horses

from there. The soldiers from Fort Concho and Fort McKavett followed but they

were led further and further away from water until they were starved out. The

old broken down horses were all they ever got back. "There was plenty of trouble

over that wire cuttin' business and nobody was ever supposed to know who done

the cuttin'. "They didn't have many ranches in them days, camps were scattered

over the range and they tried to stretch a little wire around some of the land

and make a ranch. It didn't do no good for a long time. This was the cause of

the cattlemen and sheepmen's little fussin'. It didn't amount to much where I

was, of course the cowmen would run the sheep off their range but they'd come

right back since there wasn't no fences. "Speakin' of stampedes, I never seen

one happen with the cattle on home grounds. When they were on strange ground the

least little noise would just scare the life out of 'em. "I've rode some mighty

bad horses in my days; never struck but a few I couldn't tame. I always tamed

them before I rode 'em. These rodeo horses are not so bad. Four or five men get

in the stall and go to throwin' saddle, ropes, and stuff all over them and get

'em scared to death before they bring 'em out. The boys used to say I could

conjure them. Why, l've led a-many a-one right out of a lot when he had never

had as much as a halter on before. I pet him up a little, get right on and they

never pitched a bit. These rodeo horses think they supposed to pitch and go

right ahead and do it. "I knowed Booger Red real well; I just lived across the

mountain from him, when he lived on a little ranch out from San Angelo. He was

makin' merry at Christmas time and bored a hole in a tree, filled it full of gun

powder, then struck a match to it, and it blowed him up. That's why he was so

ugly. He naturally was red headed and freckle faced, then when this powder black

specked him and blowed both eyes side-ways, he sure was a booger. He was a

mighty good rider when he was a boy and I guess he did get to be a real rider

after he had so much practice in his shows. They say he had a boy that was about

as good as he was. "I went back to East Texas and got married when I was 37

years old, and settled down. I came back out here about 25 years ago and have

stuck pretty close since." (From WPA Life Histories, interview with Mr. Thomas

Acey Brown, Tennyson, Texas, interviewed, February 1, 1938.)

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Subj: George Webb SLAUGHTER Story

Date: 9/9/1999 4:41:27 PM Central Daylight Time

From: firegrl@sierratel.com (Candace Gregory)

Reply-to: firegrl@sierratel.com

To: BBOB2121@aol.com

CC: Modenne@aol.com, BandB4951@aol.com, ROSELANE@aol.com, gaslaugh@ldl.net, mjeans@tsixroads.com, LSlaug2904@aol.com

This was forwarded to me by a researcher of an additional SLAUGHTER line I am

working and this is of our family, thought you would be interested if you hadn't

already seen it. I believe the preacher that is referred to is George Webb

SLAUGHTER.

THOMAS ACEY BROWN "I was born in Rusk County in 1860," says Mr. Thomas Acey

Brown. My father was a ful-blooded Englishman and mother was Scotch Irish. "I

was about 17 years old when I left Rusk County ,, looking for a ranch job. I

meandered over into the Palo Pinto and Ranger section, where I worked for the

old Slaughter outfit. Everybody knowed that Slaughter bunch all

over the states. The old man was a Baptist preacher, C. C. Slaughter was a

banker in Dallas and was worth over three million. Lum, another son, was the

black sheep, did a little gambling and everything else that came his way. Bill

and John were ranchmen, on a large scale. The whole outfit owned a great part of

Texas . They just kept right on, right on growing up with Texas . That's why

they were so famous. I worked with that outfit for several years during round

-up times. "Old preacher Slaughter and Ross captured an Indian boy when he was

just a little shaver; he had growed to be about 25 years old when I worked for them.

This Indian boy was a mighty fine rider, did most all the breaking of Slaughter's horses.

He never wanted to go back to his tribe after he was grown. "When I was up in Palo

Pinto County , I heard about an Indian climbing over a high rail fence when a guard

shot him, and he died standin' straight up, leanin' against that fence; then the

settlers tied him to a horse's tall and dragged his into town. They all gathered

around, skinned him, and made quirts out of his hide. "Yes and I heard about them

Indians a-skinnin' a white man alive and him a livin' over it too; don't know if it was

so or not, I just heard it. "I knowed Jessie and Frank James, Sam Bass's bunch, (Blackie)

Frank Jackson, and Warren Jackson, they were all train robbers of the Texas

Pacific. These robbers and Indians would get back in them Palo Pinto hills and

nobody could get 'em out without puttin' hounds in after 'em. "The killin' of

Sam Bass was all a plot, they didn't get him fair. Old Murphy plotted a way to

catch him, went into Round Rock to get a shave and gave officers a signal when

he passed by. The officers surrounded the bunch and killed Sam. Then Jackson

took a shot at Murphy when he was in the barber chair, but didn't kill him.

"There was lots of wild people in this country when I came out here but they

didn't get out much. These wasn't bad fellers; anyway we didn't think so then.

They'd come out and do a little robbin' and give any poor person in need some

money; they never killed unless they were forced to. Every one of them boys

was drove to doin' what they done; ain't like the skunks now-a-days hold you

up for two-bits, then killed you for not havin' it. These here preachers! If I don't

roast 'em when they come to my house a-tellin' us to pray. 'Pray, pray, don't

forget to pray, brother! Just go to it boys but don't forget to pray when you got

to the forks of the road.' Why, Clyde and Bonnie prayed every day-can't tell by that.

These here meetin's where they get down and roll and then have to drag 'em out in

the brush and fan 'em. Bah! Ain't no more to them than these doctors hum-buggin'

around. Why, here I am 78 years old, takin' medicine for my kidneys and it ain't

a-doin' me no good. I can't hold out to walk at all and I used to be as good as a horse.

I've slept in wet blankets too long I guess, 'til I'm just dead now, still a-walkin' but I'm

dead just the same. Sometimes I do take a tumble but just get up and keep

a-goin'. I don't mean to fool with them doctors though. Oh!

These doctors and preachers; it's a wonder to me anyone is a-livin' now-a-days.

One will tell you, you are goin' to hell and the other quack a-givin' somethin'

he doesn't know if it will kill or cure. Then they talk about the bad boys

robbin' trains long ago. I know which I'm for. "After I left the Palo Pinto

Country, I went on down around Fort McKavett and the Brady section a-workin' for

Dwight Benjamin. There were only two old boxed cabins at Fort McKavett at that

time. "A bunch of Indians came through them parts and killed several white men

and just cleaned Brady of horses. "An old man was goin' down the road in a wagon

when three Indians a-walkin' and two on horseback went up and killed the old feller, cut

his horses loose and took one of them; the other one got away and ran home. The

family knew something had happened. The same horse ran home once before when

Indians attacked the old man and he was saved that time. The Indians went on and

made their next raid at Salt Gap, killing a Mexican and taking a bunch of horses

from there. The soldiers from Fort Concho and Fort McKavett followed but they

were led further and further away from water until they were starved out. The

old broken down horses were all they ever got back. "There was plenty of trouble

over that wire cuttin' business and nobody was ever supposed to know who done

the cuttin'. "They didn't have many ranches in them days, camps were scattered

over the range and they tried to stretch a little wire around some of the land

and make a ranch. It didn't do no good for a long time. This was the cause of

the cattlemen and sheepmen's little fussin'. It didn't amount to much where I

was, of course the cowmen would run the sheep off their range but they'd come

right back since there wasn't no fences. "Speakin' of stampedes, I never seen

one happen with the cattle on home grounds. When they were on strange ground the

least little noise would just scare the life out of 'em. "I've rode some mighty

bad horses in my days; never struck but a few I couldn't tame. I always tamed

them before I rode 'em. These rodeo horses are not so bad. Four or five men get

in the stall and go to throwin' saddle, ropes, and stuff all over them and get

'em scared to death before they bring 'em out. The boys used to say I could

conjure them. Why, l've led a-many a-one right out of a lot when he had never

had as much as a halter on before. I pet him up a little, get right on and they

never pitched a bit. These rodeo horses think they supposed to pitch and go

right ahead and do it. "I knowed Booger Red real well; I just lived across the

mountain from him, when he lived on a little ranch out from San Angelo. He was

makin' merry at Christmas time and bored a hole in a tree, filled it full of gun

powder, then struck a match to it, and it blowed him up. That's why he was so

ugly. He naturally was red headed and freckle faced, then when this powder black

specked him and blowed both eyes side-ways, he sure was a booger. He was a

mighty good rider when he was a boy and I guess he did get to be a real rider

after he had so much practice in his shows. They say he had a boy that was about

as good as he was. "I went back to East Texas and got married when I was 37

years old, and settled down. I came back out here about 25 years ago and have

stuck pretty close since." (From WPA Life Histories, interview with Mr. Thomas

Acey Brown, Tennyson, Texas, interviewed, February 1, 1938.)

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Researching the surnames of:

GREGORY, PRATER, COURTNEY, DECOURTNEY, SMITH, WILLIAMS, WICKER, SANDIFER,

SLAUGHTER, MASON, CAIN and many, many more. . .

I am still looking for any information regarding my great grandfather,

Hudson/Hutson H.(Harris?) SLAUGHTER. Information was shared with me a few

months ago that Hudson's stepmother was Elizabeth Marcia HORTON, (daughter

of Jesse HORTON and, I believe, Elizabeth CHAMBLEE,) and Elizabeth was the

widow and 2nd wife of Reverend John Madison HENRY and she married her 2nd

husband, my 2nd great grandfather, John M. SLAUGHTER, born: abt. 1795 in NC,

(son of Mary McDANIEL/McDONALD and husband: Owen SLAUGHTER, II,) after Susan

L. CROUCH, my 2nd great grandmother, died: 23 Mar 1844, at abt. age 29 years

old, died abt. 10 days after Hudson was born on 13 Mar 1844, apparently due

to complications during childbirth. Susan L. CROUCH, born: abt. 1815 in NC

was the daughter of Sarah ? and Samuel CROUCH, born: abt. 1785.

Hudson's father, John M. SLAUGHTER, born: abt. 1795, married Elizabeth Marcia

HORTON shortly after Susan's death and they had a daughter named

Marcia/Marsha SLAUGHTER that I am told died as a young girl after her father,

John M. SLAUGHTER, died in abt. 1846/47 and Marsha/Marcia SLAUGHTER, (born:

abt. 1845/46) would have died sometime after the 1850 census came out which

showed she and her brother, George Washington HORTON, and their mother,

Elizabeth Marcia HORTON HENRY SLAUGHTER, with Elizabeth as the head of the

household but the information that I received does not show that

Hudson/Hutson H. SLAUGHTER, who would have been abt. 6 years old at the time,

was in their household. Does anyone know where Hudson SLAUGHTER was then?

Does anyone know how Marsha SLAUGHTER died? And how her father, John M.

SLAUGHTER died?

I have wondered greatly about what happened to this little boy, Hudson/Hutson

H. SLAUGHTER, my great grandfather, after his father's death or, perhaps,

before. I have not yet been able to find out if he went to live with his

birth-mother's family after his mother's death or, indeed, did live with his

father and his stepmother and I am just assuming that after his father's

death he went to live somewhere else as he was not on the census of 1850.

But I would very much like to know what happened to Hudson. It was a such

lot for a little boy to have endured....the loss of his mother by death at

his birth, the loss of his father by death at abt. age 3 years, the possible

loss of his stepmother in his life who, possibly, was the only mother he had

ever known by the time he was 6 years old, the loss by death of his

half-sister, Marsha SLAUGHTER, sometime as a young boy and whatever else came

his way by the time he joined the Confederate Army at age 16 years old. Then

my mother tells me that there was, apparently, a son of Hudson SLAUGHTER and

wife, Clarissa "Clara" WILLIAMS named Henry SLAUGHTER was killed in a

horseback riding accident at age 16 years old. Their 2nd son, Louis Hector

SLAUGHTER, who married 2 times with children before he married my

grandmother, Ethel Rosalee HATTEN whose first husband was Joseph Marion

WOMACK and they lived in Winn Parish and West Carroll Parish, LA. As far as

I know Henry and Louis were the only two children of Clarissa "Clara"

WILLIAMS and Henry SLAUGHTER. Ethel Rosalee HATTEN and Louis Hector

SLAUGHTER had two children, Patrick LaMoyne SLAUGHTER, and my mother, Ethel

LaVerne SLAUGHTER. After Louis's death in 1937 my grandmother never

remarried and she died in 1950.

Also, just in case, does anyone know anything about the family of the above

mentioned Clarissa "Clara" WILLIAMS, born: abt. 1845, mother: Elizabeth ?

WILLIAMS, was she WILLIAMS by birth, born: abt. 1800 - 1810 in Ohio, and

father: William WILLIAMS, born: abt. 1795 in Maryland. There are brothers

of Clarissa and they lived in Franklin Parish, LA. There is another Clarissa

"Clara" WILLIAMS that married Christopher Columbus "C.C." SLAUGHTER in the

late 1800's. I think that Clarissa "Clara" WILLIAMS was descended from

Daniel Green WILLIAMS and I think that the C. C. SLAUGHTER, Jr. may have been

the son of Christopher Columbus "C.C." SLAUGHTER, Sr., son of Reverend George

Webb SLAUGHTER, who descend from the family that the above mentioned John M.

SLAUGHTER and father, Owen SLAUGHTER, II, descend from.

My grandfather, Louis Hector SLAUGHTER, who died in his late 60's when my

mother, his daughter, LaVerne (Ethel LaVerne) SLAUGHTER, was only 7 years

old, but she has always remembered him telling her that C.C. SLAUGHTER and

Texas Ranger "Texas" John SLAUGHTER were cousins.

This information led me to find the SLAUGHTER family that we descend from

after much searching but it seems quite possibly that there was an even

closer connection and that may be through this younger C.C. SLAUGHTER that

married Clarissa WILLIAMS in Bienville Parish, LA abt. 1897 and Clarissa

WILLIAMS' father died in Dallas, TX where the older C.C.'s family lived.

It is possible that this younger Mrs. C. C. SLAUGHTER/Clarissa WILLIAMS

SLAUGHTER might possibly be a neice or cousin to my great grandmother who was

Mrs. Hudson H. SLAUGHTER/Clarissa WILLIAMS SLAUGHTER.

Other distinguishing features about this information was that my grandfather,

Louis Hector SLAUGHTER, spoke of Indian and French heritage and my mother

remembers seeing a picture of what she remembers as one set of grandparents

that were very Indian in appearance......and her memory regarding this

information was as though it were rather close in time to her father......but

I have yet to find that in the SLAUGHTER lineage and I have greatly wondered

if the 'secret' might lie within the WILLIAMS lineage.

There are HARRIS, WILLIAMS, MADISON, BOLTON, WEBB and many other surnames

married into this SLAUGHTER lineage frequently and they apparently cross over

into these other lines as well.

Any information regarding any of this would be greatly appreciated.

In advance, I thank you.

Sincerely,

Bellinda Myrick - Barnett

Child of ELIZABETH HORTON and JOHN HENRY is:

24. i. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 HORTON IV, b. April 2, 1832, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 15, 1909, Leake County, Mississippi.

Child of ELIZABETH HORTON and JOHN SLAUGHTER is:

ii. MARCIA4 SLAUGHTER, b. 1845, Leake County, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1855, Leake County, Mississippi.

8. THERZA3 HORTON (SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born 1804 in Wake County, North Carolina3, and died Unknown in Hamburg, Ashley County, Arkansas. She married (1) WILLIAM CARPENTER January 26, 1825 in Greene County, Alabama4. He was born Abt. 1798, and died Abt. 1839 in Madison County, Mississippi. She married (2) JOHN BRIDGES Abt. 1840 in Madison County, Mississippi. He was born 1798 in South Carolina, and died Abt. 1865 in Hamburg, Ashley County, Arkansas.

Children of THERZA HORTON and WILLIAM CARPENTER are:

i. JAMES4 CARPENTER, b. 1826.

ii. WILLIAM C. CARPENTER, b. 1832.

iii. JOHN CARPENTER, b. 1834.

iv. SUSAN CARPENTER, b. 1834.

v. CANDACE CARPENTER, b. 1837.

vi. JESSE CARPENTER, b. 1839.

9. MARIA3 HORTON (SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born 1806 in Wake County, North Carolina5, and died Abt. 1865 in Greene County, Alabama. She married HENRY EDWARDS Abt. 1828 in Greene County, Alabama. He was born 1800 in South Carolina5, and died Abt. 1875 in Greene County, Alabama.

Children of MARIA HORTON and HENRY EDWARDS are:

i. WILLIAM JESSE4 EDWARDS, b. 1830, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. BERNICE MEADOR, December 28, 1854, Greene County, Alabama6.

ii. JESSE HORTON EDWARDS, b. 1832, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.

iii. CANDICE M. EDWARDS, b. 1834, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. GOIN COCKRELL, November 11, 1853, Greene County, Alabama6; b. Abt. 1832.

iv. JAMES EDWARDS, b. 1836, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. LETA F. HARRIS, November 16, 1858, Greene County, Alabama6; b. 1840, Alabama.

v. MELISSA D. EDWARDS, b. 1838, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. W. D. O'DANIEL.

25. vi. JOHN E. EDWARDS, b. 1840, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

vii. MARION EDWARDS, b. 1842, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. MARY; b. 1846, Alabama.

viii. ELIZA AMANDA EDWARDS, b. 1844, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. WILLIAM J. MAYO, May 2, 1865, Greene County, Alabama.

ix. HENRY A. EDWARDS, b. 1846, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

x. CHARLES N. EDWARDS, b. 1848, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

10. MOLSEY3 HORTON I (SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born July 4, 1808 in Wake County, North Carolina7, and died June 21, 1881 in Greene County, Alabama7. She married LITTLEBERRY KING II January 21, 1828 in Greene County, Alabama, son of RICHARD KING and REBECCAH MARTIN. He was born July 17, 1798 in Wake County, North Carolina7, and died November 12, 1851 in Greene County, Alabama7.

Notes for MOLSEY HORTON I:

KING Am seeking any information on ancestors/descendants of John

Littleberry King b. 1798 Wake Co, NC; d. 1851 Greene Co, AL. Married

Molsey Horton and had the following children: Nancy Jane b. 1828 m. John

W. Scarbrough Alexander b. 1830 Mary Ann b. 1836 m. John Chesley Hester

Sidney Randolph b. 1838 m. Nancy Lucretia Hester Berry Simpson b. 1840

m. Sarah Fannie Williams Maranda F. b. 1842 m. Janes A. Flanagan John F.

b. 1844 m. Rebecca J. ____ Sarah Elizabeth b. 1848 m. John Gandy William

Riley b. 1850 m. Della A. Ferguson Candice m. Needham Jones Would

appreciate any information and will gladly share.

Children of MOLSEY HORTON and LITTLEBERRY KING are:

26. i. NANCY JANE4 KING, b. November 1, 1828, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 20, 1911, Greene County, Alabama.

ii. ALEXANDER KING, b. July 24, 1830, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. January 7, 1852, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

Notes for ALEXANDER KING:

From Will Book C, Page 276; Greene County Wills

Alexander King. Non-supative will dated 6 January 1852; probated 9 February 1852.

John D. Horton and William T. Hinton stated that at the house of Molsey King in Greene county on Tuesday the 6th of January 1852, attending and waiting on Alexander King who was then very ill at the house of his mother, Molsey King, that at 12 o'clock on that evening, said Alexander King, being advised that he must shortly die, said in the presence of his mother and several others that he wanted his sister Mary Ann to have his pen knife; his brother Simpson his money purse adn money; his brother, Sidney his saddle; his sister Jane Scarbrough, his cloak adn John Scarbrough a casinet and pair of pantaloons, which he bought in Mobile last winter; his mother, Molsey King to have all the rest of his property.

iii. ELIZABETH JELINA KING, b. April 24, 1832, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. 1832, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

iv. MANDY ELLEN KING, b. April 16, 1834, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. 1834, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

27. v. MARY ANN KING, b. May 1, 1836, Greene County, Alabama; d. June 13, 1916, Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama.

28. vi. SIDNEY RANDOLPH KING, b. July 22, 1838, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. May 26, 1896, Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama.

29. vii. BERRY SIMPSON KING, b. February 14, 1840, Greene County, Alabama; d. August 27, 1909, Greene County, Alabama.

30. viii. MIRANDA F. KING, b. September 18, 1842, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. April 18, 1918, Hull, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

31. ix. JOHN F. KING, b. July 26, 1844, Greene County, Alabama; d. June 9, 1902, Greene County, Alabama.

32. x. SARAH ELIZABETH KING, b. July 17, 1846, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 14, 1922, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

33. xi. WILLIAM RILEY KING, b. May 12, 1850, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. June 8, 1904, Greene County, Alabama.

11. ELIZA3 HORTON (SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born 1809 in Wake County, North Carolina, and died Unknown in Drew County, Arkansas. She married (1) WILLIAM BUNTIN II February 27, 1845 in Greene County, Alabama, son of WILLIAM BUNTIN and PENELOPE BUNTIN. He was born October 21, 1801 in Nash County, North Carolina, and died March 2, 1853 in Drew County, Arkansas. She married (2) PETER S. MILLER Abt. 1857 in Drew County, Arkansas. He was born 1811 in North Carolina, and died in Drew County, Arkansas.

Notes for ELIZA HORTON:

Census listing for Eliza Horton

1850 Morehouse Parish, LA p398, #232

William Buntin 49 M Farmer 11,500 NC

Eliza Buntin 41 F NC

John L. Buntin 15 M Ala

Martha Ann Buntin 14 F Ala

Virginia J. Buntin 3 F Ala

Hollis H. Horton 35 M SC

 

1860 Drew County, ARK p164, #518

P.S. Miller 49 M Farmer 8000 6000 NC

Eliza Miller 46 F NC

C.F. Miller 15 M Tenn

C.B. Miller 13 M Tenn

Peyton Miller 10 M Tenn

Jessie Buntin 13 F Ala

Child of ELIZA HORTON and WILLIAM BUNTIN is:

i. VIRGINIA JESSIE4 BUNTIN, b. 1847, Pickens County, Alabama.

12. WILLIAM3 HORTON VI (SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born October 5, 1812 in Buffalow District, Wake County, North Carolina8, and died September 5, 1881 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama8. He married (1) MARCIA L. FORD January 12, 1838 in Greene County, Alabama, daughter of JOHN FORD and JENSIE KIRKPATRICK. She was born December 9, 1819 in Alabama, and died October 5, 1852 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. He married (2) MARY EMILY KIRKLAND December 24, 1853 in Greene County, Alabama, daughter of MOSES KIRKLAND and PAULINA TIMMS. She was born December 4, 1830 in Greene County, Alabama8, and died January 20, 1900 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama8.

Notes for WILLIAM HORTON VI:

William Horton was a very successful planter in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. He was born in Wake County, North Carolina in 1812.

When William was about 10 years old, the family moved to Alabama, settling eventually in Pleasant Ridge, GReene county, in 1824. In

The 1850 U.S. Census listed for William Horton the following, representing the land and production for 1849:

Land: 380 acres improved, 100 acres unimproved, total value: $3,600.00

Equiptment: $635.00

Livestock: 5 horses, 10 mules, 10 milk cows, 6 oxen, 10 other cattle, 23 sheep, 80 swine, total value of livestock: $1,966.00.

Production: 40 bu wheat, 2,000bu corn, 50 bales cotton, 20 lb wool, 300 bu peas, 15 bu potatoes, 900 bu yams (sweet potatoes), 150 lb butter,

45 lb honey.

The 1860 U.S. Census listed for William Horton the following, representing the land and production for 1859:

Land: 1,000 acres improved, 1,100 acres unimproved, total value: $41,000.00

Equiptment: $1,000.00.

Livestock: 13 horses, 32 mules, 13 milk cows, 8 oxen, 13 other cattle, 38 sheep, 350 swine, total value of livestock: $7,100.00.

Production: 300 bu wheat, 50 bu rye, 10,000 bu corn, 255 bales cotton, 69 lb

wool, 1,000bu peas, 25 bu potatoes, 1,000 bu yams (sweet potatoes), 305 lb butter, 3 tons hay.

In 1859, according to unsubstantiated Pickens County newspaper, William Horton purchased "Sipsey Mills," located on the Sipsey River a few miles from Pleasant Ridge, from Colonel Lanier, later commander of the 42nd Alabama Infantry, and his associates. The selling price of $10,000 was paid in coin. This quanitity of hard cash could not be obtained in Greene or Pickens County, and William Horton travelled by streamboat to Mobile where, likely upon credit of sale of his cotton, he got this sum in coin and placed it in one or more nail keggs. On landing at Horton's landing at the Mouth of Sipsey after dark, William Horton, not wishing to travel after sunset, sat upon the keg(s) all night, by some accounts with his pistol drawn, until he could travel safely to the mill north of Pleasant Ridge and settle the agreement with Lanier and associates.

This mill was subsequently burned on the morning of April 6, 1865 by elements of the United States Army, under the command of Brig. Gen. Croxton, who had earlier burned the University of Alabama in Tusculoosa. In reports this mill is referred to as "Lanier's Mill" and "Sipsey Mills." There were apparently two mills on the Sipsey River about two miles apart. A quantity of bacon and flour were taken by Croxton's arsenists. Later that afternoon, while retreating back toward Northport, General Wert Adams' brigade of CSA cavalry engaged Croxton's brigade, driving the Lincolnites further toward Northport until they made a stand at Romulus. At least two ambulances and General Croxton's personal baggage wagon were captured by the Confederates. According to the "Military History of Mississippi 1803-1898" by Dunbar Rowland, the affair occurred thus:

"In the latter part of March, 1865, General Adams marched his brigade, including Wood's Regiment, from Jackson to Macon and West Point, to join General Forrest, and was ordered to meet Croxton's Brigade of the Federal expedition under General Wilson. Adams marched with his command from Columbus to Pickensville, April 5, and on the 6th attacked the rear of Croxton's column, causing it to turn from the Eutaw road toward Tusculoosa. Adams pursued through the day but could not force Croxton to turn and give battle until about dark, when the Federal cavalry halted in a very favorable position. They were soon driven by a gallant charge of Wood's Regiment, in which Captain Luckett fell, leading his squadron. Thence Croxton retreated on the gallop toward Tuscaloosa. The roads were almost impassable. Adams lost 9 killed and 25 wounded. The Federal loss he estimated at 75 killed and captured, and he took all the ambulances and personal baggage of General Croxton.

Colonel Moorman wrote from Canton (Mississippi) May 4: 'Should the war cease now you would have the honor of having won the last victory on Confederate soil and in the Confederate cause.' Thus was the battle near Pleasant Ridge which followed the destruction of the mill of William Horton which he had just purcased six years before.

Children of WILLIAM HORTON and MARCIA FORD are:

i. SARAH FRANCES4 HORTON, b. November 29, 1838, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama9; d. September 22, 1858, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County,Alabama9.

ii. JAMES WILLIAM HORTON I, b. December 5, 1841, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama9; d. September 21, 1861, Manassas, Virginia9.

34. iii. HENRY AMOS HORTON, b. March 5, 1843, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. January 5, 1926, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama.

iv. JESSE HABBARD HORTON III, b. November 18, 1845, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama9; d. October 11, 1846, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama9.

35. v. AMOS HORTON VI, b. September 16, 1847, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. August 29, 1918, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

36. vi. MARTHA JANE HORTON, b. February 13, 1850, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 29, 1915, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

Children of WILLIAM HORTON and MARY KIRKLAND are:

37. vii. RUFUS KENNETH4 HORTON, b. October 24, 1854, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 12, 1897, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

38. viii. ROBERT LIONEL HORTON, b. August 17, 1856, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 6, 1889, Texas.

39. ix. MOSES BETTUS HORTON, b. July 18, 1859, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. June 18, 1928, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

x. WILLIAM MANASSAS HORTON, b. July 21, 1861, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. May 29, 1919, Greenville, South Carolina?.

40. xi. JOHN RANDOLPH HORTON, b. July 5, 1863, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. July 6, 1927, Carrollton, Pickens County, Alabama.

41. xii. CLARENCE LESLIE HORTON, b. October 5, 1866, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. June 21, 1946, Bay St. Louis, Hancock County, Mississippi.

xiii. FREDRICK HORTON I, b. December 17, 1868, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama10; d. September 3, 1878, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama10.

xiv. MARY EMILY HORTON, b. September 3, 1871, Pleasant Ridge,Greene County, Alabama10; d. September 30, 1955, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama10; m. PAYNE DENSON; d. Cullman, Cullman County , Alabama.

13. JOHN D.3 HORTON (SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born May 9, 1814 in Buffalow District, Wake County, North Carolina11, and died October 17, 1882 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama11. He married (1) MARY COLEMAN February 21, 1835 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. She was born November 4, 1814 in Alabama11, and died November 29, 1843 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama11. He married (2) JULIA HOLLY June 18, 1845 in Greene County, Alabama. She was born February 20, 1817 in North Carolina11, and died July 17, 1858 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama11.

Notes for JOHN D. HORTON:

The U.S. Census of 1850 lists for John D. Horton the following in the Agricultural Returns, representing the land and production of 1849:

Land: 183 acres improved, 266 acres unimproved, total value: $3,333.00

Equiptment: $3.00

Livestock: 3 horses, 2 mules, 7 milk cow, 2 oxen, 16 other cattle, 14 sheep,

50 swine, total value of livestock: $800.00.

Production: 1,000 bu corn, 100 bu oats, 8 bales cotton, 30 lb wheat, 111 bu

peas, 4 bu potatoes, 100 bu yams (sweet potatoes), 150 lb butter,

20 lb honey.

The U.S. Census of 1860 lists for John D. Horton the following in the Agricultural Returns, representing the land and production of 1859:

Land:170 acres improved, 70 acres unimproved, total value: $3,600.00.

Equiptment: $550.00.

Livestock: 6 horses, 9 mules, 6 milk cows, 4 oxen, 8 other cattle, 80 sheep,

150 swine, total value of livestock: $3,600.00.

Production: 182 bu wheat, 3,000 bu corn, 75 bales cotton, 120 lb wool,

400 bu peas, 200 bu yams (sweet potatoes), 300 lb butter, and 15

tons hay, plus $100 homemade manufactures.

Leaving Tuscaloosa April 5, 1865, some of General Croxton's forces passed to the southwest through Pickens County. While at the Sipsey Mill Bridge previously mentioned, General Wirt Adams' command coming from the north overtook the rear guard and after some time consumed in "closing up" a sharp attack was made which developed into a running fight which lasted until 8 o'clock that night.General Croxton here repearted his retreating tactics which took him back to Tuscaloosa. He halted long enough, however, to form an ambuscade the springing of which resulted in the killling of the captain and two men of General Adams' leading company. His own loss was two officers and thirty men, two ambulances, one containing his personal effects including his dress univorm. During one of the melees occurring that afternoon, a Union major became unhorsed and unable to catch a remount, or keep pace with the retreating column, took to the woods afoot and alone. After comparative quiet was restored an old farmer of the neighborhood appeared and learning of the escape, or 'runaway' employing the vernacular of the country in the antebellum period, he determined at once to capture him upon his own initiative. Returning home he took down his hunting horn, one blast of which if not worth a thousand men, at least assembled his pack of hounds. Reaching the late field of action he struck a hot trail and soon had the major treed. Tradition has not preserved the exact language vociferated during the process of capitulation, but it is safe to imagine that it was not modish, or at all conciliatory in character. The major's strenuous protest was not so much against the necessity of unconditional surrender, but the humiliation of being barked at by "nigger-dogs." Love, 1895

(I take it that John D. Horton visited the site of the battle, just down the road from his plantation as can be seen from the map, learned from persons there that this had befallen the major commanding the 6th Kentucky, and returned to his home to assemble his hounds on his own initiative. He then came back to the battlefield site and the hounds found the trail. So the fugitives were captured near the battlefield, not on or near John D .Horton=s plantation. I wonder if the major was actually treed or just cornered at gunpoint. One would also wonder if he had retained any sidearms; sounds like he didn't. )

One of those lost men was Major William H. Fidler. Fidler was commanding the Sixth Kentucky Cavalry when it was attacked by Adams' brigade. It so happened that they wandered into the locality where lived John D. Horton, a well-to-do farmer. His sons were in the Confederate service, and he was an ardent Southern sympathizer. He had a fine pack of trained hounds and with these dogs he followed and captured Major Fidler and two privates. Mr. Horton carried the three prisoners to Eutaw and there placed them in jail. They remained in this jail until Eutaw was taken by the Federals, who liberated them on April 21st (on this same day Major Fidler was paroled at Vicksburg, so he must have taken the express train from Eutaw).

"Later, when Fidler was released he went to Vicksburg to get transportation back North. At Vicksburg he boarded the steamer Sultana. The Sultana was overloaded with men and the boiler exploded when steam pressure was increased past its limit. Miller, 1979

One of the men lost was Major W.H. Fielder (sic), an officer connected with the Kentucky troops, one of Croxton's principal officers. It so happened that they wandered into the locality where lived John D. Horton, a well-to-do farmer. His sons were in the Confederate service, and he was an ardent Southern sympathizer. He had a fine pack of trained hounds and with these dogs he followed and captured this Major Fielder (sic) and two privates. Mr. Horton carried the three prisoners to Eutaw and there placed them in jail. Clinton, 1904

Major Fidler and his men, meanwhile, were hiding in the woods trying to elude Confederate horsemen. They evidently took to the swamps around Shambley Creek. John D. Horton, William's brother, became aware of their presence and gathered up his "runaway dogs," trained to execute the provisions of the Fugitive Slave Act. He then returned to the skirmish site and the hounds found the trail. One source says that the three were literally treed by the hounds. At any rate John D. Horton apprehended one officer and two privates of the 6th Kentucky Cavalry, and, according to some sources, with the aid of the local home guard, delivered the three to the Sheriff to incarcerate them in the Greene County Jail. It is possible that these were the last Federal soldiers captured and confined as prisoners-of-war, at least east of the Mississippi. (There is more the rest of the story of Maj. Fidler, but he made it aboard the Sultana in Vicksburg, on which he was the ranking POW, and was lost with the boat north of Memphis)

Notes for MARY COLEMAN:

Mary Coleman Horton gave birth to an infant daughter which died or was still born. The date is unknown.

Mary Coleman Horton died November 29, 1843, one month and one week after delivering Jesse Habbard Horton, son who died 10 months and 13 days later on August 4, 1844. It is reasonable to speculate that Mary's death was due to complications of the delivery, possibly a pelvic infection, a common sequelae postpartum in those days. Jesse Habbard was evidently a frail child to die at 10 months of age.

Children of JOHN HORTON and MARY COLEMAN are:

i. INFANT DAUGHTER4 HORTON.

ii. ALONZA HORTON, b. 1838, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. Abt. 1863, Unknown.

42. iii. JANE ELIZABETH HORTON, b. October 17, 1839, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. May 15, 1919, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama.

43. iv. HOLLIS TRESVANT HORTON, b. December 1840, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 17, 1905, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

v. LEONIDAS A. HORTON, b. 1842, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. February 9, 1863, Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tennessee.

Notes for LEONIDAS A. HORTON:

Private L(eonidas) A. Horton enlisted in Company B, 4th Battalion Mississippi Cavalry, on November 14, 1861 in Columbus, Mississippi, by Captain Yancey, for the period of one year. That same day he was appointed Sergeant. He appears on a muster roll of Company D, 8th Reg't Confederate Cavalry on September 1, 1862. This roll covered the period from January 1 to September 1, 1862. He was last paid by Captain Hamilton on January 1, 1862. On August 8, 1862 he was reduced to the ranks, though there is no indication of the reason of this reduction in grade.

This company was formerly Company B, 4th Battalion Mississippi Cavalry, and Company B, 2nd (Brewer's) Battalion Mississippi and Alabama Cavalry.

The 8th (Wade's) Regiment Confederate Cavalry (also known as the 2nd Regiment Mississippi and Alabama Cavalry) was formed in May, 1862, by the addition of three companies, which had formerly served in the 1st (Beall's) Battalion Alabama Cavalry, to the 2nd (Brewer's) Battalion Mississippi and Alabama Cavalry.

According to his messmate, J.A.G., Leonidas A. Horton "died of typhoid pneumonia near Shelbyville, Tennessee, February 9, 1863, son of John D. Horton of Greene County, Alabama, in the 21st year of his age.

"He was suddenly and violently attacked (by the typhoid pneumonia) and survived but the short period of ten days (i.e., he contracted typhoid on January 31, 1863). The deceased was a member of the McCaa Rangers, Company D, 8th Confederate Regiment of Cavalry. He entered service on his country for the war in the fall of 1861, under the gallant Captain McCaa. He was a faithful slodier performing all the duties required of him with cheerfulness. He shirked no duty when able to perform it. He was in most of the skirmishes that his command was engaged in and acquitted himself with honor.( Wheeler's cavalry slept on the field of battle the night of the 31st. Next day it operated in the rear of the enemy, on the pikes leading toward Nashville, repeating the destruction of trains. These trains were loaded with officers and men wounded, and bound for the hospitals of

Nashville. Captain B. B. McCaa of Co. "D", 8th Confederate, was mortally

wounded Jany. 1st in one of these attacks on the trains. The officer was

lifted from his saddle by Sergeants Alfred Atwater and A. C. Oxford, and

taken to a farmhouse nearby where he died that night. The detail of four

men that had been sent to bear him to the house were employed the next

morning in making a box for the body and digging a grave. A company of

the enemy came up and arrested them. Sergeant Oxford gave the Royal Arch

Mason's society "obligation" to the Captain, whereupon the prisoners

were released. Pickens County, Ala. contributed no nobler man or more

gallant soldier to the Confederacy than Captain B. B. McCaa). He (L.A. Horton) was engaged in all the cavalry movements in the enemy's rear during the great fight at Murfreesboro and was near his beloved Captain when he fell, gallantly leading the charge against the Abolitionist legions near Levergne on the evening of January 1, 1863. In his company he was highly esteemed by his officers and fellow soldiers-- none knew him but respect him. As a soldier, he was gallant, patriotic, and generous; as a friend, he was true and obliging.

"Often has his sprightly wit caused the merry laugh to ring around the glowing camp-fire. Alas: we shall see his noble form and listen to his wit and merry laugh no more, for the brave soldier has left this land of war and trouble. Though far from parents and sisters yet he was affectionately cared for and I hope they will strive to meet their son and brother in the better world where war, death, and trouble will never enter."

vi. JESSE HABBARD HORTON II, b. September 22, 1843, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama11; d. August 4, 1844, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama11.

Children of JOHN HORTON and JULIA HOLLY are:

44. vii. LAURA AMELIA4 HORTON, b. October 22, 1846, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 13, 1924, Union, Greene County, Alabama.

45. viii. ADELINE OPHELIA HORTON, b. March 4, 1848, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. April 8, 1901, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama.

ix. LEWIS DUNKIN HORTON, b. April 12, 1850, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama11; d. June 17, 1858, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama11.

46. x. GEORGE ALGERNON HORTON, b. March 13, 1851, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. January 27, 1910, Carrollton, Pickens County, Alabama.

47. xi. JOHN A. HORTON, b. February 22, 1852, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. September 8, 1882, Pickens County, Alabama.

48. xii. ANNA C. HORTON, b. February 2, 1855, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. January 8, 1911, Greene County, Alabama.

xiii. MARY SUBER HORTON I, b. September 27, 1856, Pleasant Ridge,Greene County, Alabama; d. November 18, 1857, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

xiv. ROBERT L. HORTON, b. 1857, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. Mississippi.

xv. LILLIE HORTON, b. 1858, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. 1859, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

14. CANDACE3 HORTON (SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born 1817 in Wake County, North Carolina, and died Abt. 1861 in Monticello, Drew County, Arkansas. She married GEORGE W. RIVES November 27, 1837 in Greene County, Alabama. He was born 1810 in North Carolina, and died Abt. 1865 in Drew County, Arkansas.

Notes for GEORGE W. RIVES:

Drew County Arkansas

1860 Springhill Township Part Two

918 918 C. W. Rieves 49 M Farmer N. Carolina (could be G. W)

Candis Rieves 43 F N. Carolina

F. A. Rieves 19 M Alabama

Collina Rieves 17 F Alabama

W. J. Rieves 16 F Alabama

Sarah Rieves 13 F Alabama

Richard Rieves 11 M Alabama

Millie Rieves 9 F Alabama

J. L. Rieves 7 M Tennessee

L. C. Rieves 3 F Tennessee

Children of CANDACE HORTON and GEORGE RIVES are:

49. i. VIRGINIA4 RIVES, b. 1840, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

ii. FALCINER A. RIVES, b. 1842, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

iii. CAROLINA RIVES, b. 1843, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

iv. MARY J. RIVES, b. 1844, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

v. WILLIAM HORTON RIVES, b. 1845, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. Abt. 1855.

vi. SARAH P. RIVES, b. 1846, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

vii. RICHARD L. RIVES, b. 1848, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

viii. MILLIE RIVES, b. 1851.

ix. JOHN L. RIVES, b. 1855, Tennessee.

x. L. C. RIVES, b. 1857, Tennessee.

15. MARYANN REBECCA3 HORTON (SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born October 13, 1821 in Buffalou District, Wake County, North Carolina, and died March 14, 1859 in Noxubee County, Mississippi. She married RAWLEIGH BREWER I June 18, 1838 in Greene County, Alabama. He was born February 3, 1812 in Kershaw District, South Carolina, and died October 28, 1875 in Pickens County, Alabama.

Children of MARYANN HORTON and RAWLEIGH BREWER are:

i. WILLIAM4 BREWER, b. 1839, Noxubee County, Mississippi; d. Unknown.

ii. JESSE S. BREWER, b. August 6, 1841, Noxubee County, Mississippi; d. May 21, 1889, Noxubee County, Mississippi.

iii. MILDRED F. BREWER, b. April 3, 1843, Noxubee County, Mississippi; d. November 11, 1909, Noxubee County, Mississippi; m. CALDWELL.

iv. SARAH BREWER, b. 1846, Noxubee County, Mississippi; d. Unknown.

50. v. RAWLEIGH BREWER II, b. August 3, 1848, Noxubee County, Mississippi; d. June 16, 1922, Noxubee County, Mississippi.

vi. GEORGE BELTON BREWER, b. March 28, 1852, Noxubee County, Mississippi; d. December 16, 1878, Memphis, Pickens County, Alabama.

vii. ALICE BREWER, b. 1854, Noxubee County, Mississippi.

viii. JOHN T. BREWER, b. January 28, 1858, Noxubee County, Mississippi; d. January 25, 1901, Noxubee County, Mississippi.

ix. LANGDON BURRELL BREWER, b. 1850, Noxubee County, Mississippi; d. WFT Est. 1875-193712; m. EUGENIA ANN PARIS12, 187012; b. 184812; d. WFT Est. 1876-194212.

16. JOHN DAVID3 CHAMBLEE (LOUIS2, ISAAC1) was born June 24, 1804 in Pendleton District, South Carolina, and died February 15, 1870 in Leake County, Mississippi. He married SARAH FERGUSON 1832. She was born Abt. 1815, and died in Leake County, Mississippi.

Child of JOHN CHAMBLEE and SARAH FERGUSON is:

51. i. EMILY L.4 CHAMBLEE, b. September 22, 1834, Greene County, Alabama; d. January 1, 1906, Leake County, Mississippi.

17. SARAH H.3 CHAMBLEE (LOUIS2, ISAAC1) was born August 21, 1816 in Pendleton District, South Carolina, and died December 14, 1878 in Greene County, Alabama. She married REDDIN EATMAN Abt. 1834 in Greene County, Alabama, son of IRVIN EATMAN and JUDITH TAYLOR. He was born March 8, 1812 in North Carolina, and died April 19, 1853 in Greene County, Alabama.

Children of SARAH CHAMBLEE and REDDIN EATMAN are:

i. CLEMENT APPLEWHITE4 EATMAN, b. 1836, Greene County, Alabama; d. Arkansas; m. J. L. JORDAN, September 19, 1867.

ii. FRANCIS EATMAN, b. 1839, Greene County, Alabama; d. June 27, 1862, Gaines' Mill, Virginia.

iii. LENTILDA EATMAN, b. 1839.

iv. NEWTON J. EATMAN, b. 1841, Greene County, Alabama; d. 1898, Greene County, Alabama; m. MARY FLETCHER TURNIPSEED; b. July 23, 1854, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 23, 1932, Greene County, Alabama.

v. WILLIAM EATMAN, b. 1843.

52. vi. CURTIS IRVIN EATMAN, b. October 18, 1845, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 12, 1912, Mantua, Greene County, Alabama.

vii. SEDAN EATMAN, b. 1847.

viii. B. EATMAN, b. 1849.

18. ISHOM BURRIS3 CHAMBLEE (LOUIS2, ISAAC1) was born 1825 in Pendleton District, South Carolina, and died Abt. 1919 in Freestone County, Texas. He married (1) ELIZABETH ISABELLA COCKRELL January 9, 1847 in Greene County, Alabama, daughter of JOHN COCKRELL and TEMPERANCE BAKER. She was born 1830 in Greene County, Alabama, and died 1871 in Freestone County, Texas. He married (2) JULIA ANN ARRAND October 8, 1890 in Freestone County, Texas. She was born 1829, and died January 19, 1911 in Freestone County, Texas.

Children of ISHOM CHAMBLEE and ELIZABETH COCKRELL are:

i. LAURA ELIZABETH4 CHAMBLEE, b. 1850, Alabama; m. PINK BENNET.

ii. MARYETTA CHAMBLEE, b. 1852, Alabama; m. ADDISON G. COCKRELL; b. July 1850.

iii. ANN CHAMBLEE, b. 1856, Alabama; m. M. M. MOSTELLER.

iv. CLEMINTINE CHAMBLEE, b. 1858, Alabama.

v. JOSEPH CHAMBLEE, b. 1860, Alabama.

vi. TEMPE ANN CHAMBLEE, m. JOHN WILLIAM WEAVER.

vii. ALICE CHAMBLEE, m. THOMAS MONROE DRIVER.

viii. OPHELIA CHAMBLEE, m. JOSEPH BARNETT.

ix. WILLIAM HARDY CHAMBLEE13, b. 1848, Alabama13; d. WFT Est. 1890-195213; m. ELLA ETTA RICHARDSON13, September 29, 188513; b. May 13, 1863, JOHNSON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA13; d. October 23, 194213.

19. RAYFORD M.3 CHAMBLEE (JOHN2, ISAAC1) was born Abt. 1812. He married (1) ELIZABETH WILDER. She was born Abt. 1815. He married (2) MARY RAY. She was born Abt. 1817.

Child of RAYFORD CHAMBLEE and ELIZABETH WILDER is:

53. i. ELVIRA WILDER4 CHAMBLEE, b. Abt. 1839, Johnson County, North Carolina; d. Abt. 1890.

20. WILLIAM BRYANT3 CHAMBLEE (JOHN2, ISAAC1) was born 1824. He married (1) MARTHA HARDY. She was born Abt. 1827. He married (2) NANCY JOYNER.

Child of WILLIAM CHAMBLEE and MARTHA HARDY is:

54. i. HARRIETT OLIVE4 CHAMBLEE, b. Abt. 1844, WAKE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA; d. WFT Est. 1871-1938.

Generation No. 4

21. EMELINE ELIZABETH4 JONES (JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born December 15, 1819 in Pickens County, Alabama, and died July 20, 1852 in Franklin Co., Al. She married BENJAMIN LITTLEBERRY BOLTON14 Abt. 183415, son of JAMES BOLTON and MARY CHAMBLEE. He was born February 6, 1804 in Wake Co., NC, and died April 13, 1864 in Franklin Co., Al.

Children of EMELINE JONES and BENJAMIN BOLTON are:

i. JANE5 BOLTON16, b. April 25, 1835, Alabama; d. September 19, 1925, Franklin Co., Al; m. WILLIAM CARROLL HESTER; b. October 14, 1829; d. November 21, 1908.

ii. JESSE AMOS BOLTON, b. February 28, 1837, Pickens Co., Al ??; d. October 7, 1924, Franklin Co., Al; m. (1) MARY EMALINE LINDSEY, October 20, 1859, Tishomingo Co., Ms; b. September 25, 1837, Mississippi; m. (2) MARGARET ANN MCKINNEY, Aft. 1860.

iii. SUSANNAH BOLTON, b. April 1, 1839, Alabama; d. October 3, 1843, Alabama.

iv. ?DAVID R. BOLTON, b. Abt. 1841.

v. DRUCILLA BOLTON16, b. May 27, 1842, Alabama17; d. 186717; m. M. A. HAMILTON, December 19, 1861.

vi. ?LEMUEL A. BOLTON, b. Abt. 1843.

vii. JOHN BOLTON18, b. 1844; d. WFT Est. 1845-1934.

viii. ELIZABETH ANN BOLTON, b. March 12, 1845; d. March 26, 1916, Franklin Co., Al; m. JAMES WESLEY HOOPER, December 29, 1864.

55. ix. JAMES HUGH BOLTON, b. September 3, 1847, Franklin Co., Al; d. August 22, 1909, Prentiss Co., Ms.

x. MARY EMALINE BOLTON, b. May 15, 1850; d. July 27, 1885, Franklin Co., Al; m. WILLIAM RILEY PETREE, 1868.

22. DIANAH MAZY JANE4 JONES (JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1)18 was born March 2, 1824 in Pickens County, Alabama, and died February 26, 1910 in Pleasant Site, Franklin County, Alabama. She married ANDREW TURNER BONDS18 December 22, 1839 in Franklin County, Alabama19, son of WILLIAM BONDS and NAOMI GRAY. He was born August 4, 1820 in South Carolina, and died November 5, 1883 in Pleasant Site, Franklin County, Alabama.

Children of DIANAH JONES and ANDREW BONDS are:

i. MARY E.5 BONDS20, b. November 22, 1843, Alabama21; d. July 22, 1895, Franklin Co., Al21; m. WARREN A. JERDON; b. August 11, 1836; d. September 14, 1895, Franklin Co., Al..

ii. VIRGINIA BONDS22, b. October 24, 1845, Alabama23; d. WFT Est. 1847-194023; m. (1) MANCEL BAKER; m. (2) DAVID JONES.

iii. WILLIAM JESSE BONDS, b. April 29, 1848, Alabama; d. March 17, 1871, Franklin Co., Al; m. NANCY JANE MORROW, April 1870; b. Abt. 1853; d. September 20, 1875, Franklin Co., Al..

iv. NANCY MARGARET BONDS, b. January 15, 1854, Alabama; d. September 20, 1875, Franklin Co., Al; m. JAMES PETREE.

v. SAMUEL TURNER BONDS, b. January 10, 1856, Alabama; d. April 19, 1942; m. RILDA MODENIA ELIZABETH MCMURRAY.

56. vi. SUSANNA BONDS, b. March 14, 1858, Alabama; d. November 11, 1888, Franklin Co., Al.

vii. TIP BONDS, b. June 2, 1860, Franklin Co., Al; d. December 7, 1860, Franklin Co., Al.

viii. INFANT BONDS, b. April 6, 1862, Franklin Co., Al; d. April 6, 1862, Franklin Co., Al.

ix. BRYCE BONDS, b. November 29, 1863; d. February 15, 1939, Franklin Co., Al; m. KITTY LEWIS, June 11, 1889.

57. x. LUELLA BONDS, b. July 7, 1867, Franklin Co., Al; d. April 12, 1903, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al.

23. SARAH ANN4 JONES (JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1)24 was born February 9, 1827 in Pickens Co., Al25, and died August 1, 1908 in Franklin Co., Al25. She married JAMES MASSEY Abt. 1842, son of ELIJAH MASSEY and THANIE BOLTON. He was born November 25, 1819 in North Carolina26, and died January 29, 1904 in Franklin Co., Al26.

Children of SARAH JONES and JAMES MASSEY are:

i. WILLIAM JESSE5 MASSEY27, b. Abt. 1843, Alabama28; d. WFT Est. 1847-193228.

ii. FRANCES MASSEY, b. 1844, Alabama29; d. WFT Est. 1845-193829; m. WILLIAM MILLS.

iii. ELIJAH MASSEY30, b. Abt. 1846, Alabama31; d. WFT Est. 1847-194031.

iv. ELIZA MASSEY, b. 1846; d. WFT Est. 1847-194032.

v. JOHN BARTON MASSEY33, b. January 7, 1849, Alabama34; d. February 15, 1931, Mississippi34; m. REBECCA DOBBS.

vi. RHODA ANN MASSEY, b. June 1851, Alabama; d. March 27, 1923; m. BENJAMIN GOODWIN, Abt. 1874.

vii. GEORGE MASSEY, b. Abt. 1853, Alabama.

viii. ALONZO MASSEY, b. Abt. 1855, Alabama.

ix. RILEY C. MASSEY, b. March 14, 1857, Alabama; d. November 7, 1941, Texas; m. MOLLIE I. NELSON, February 14, 1892.

x. JOHN WORTH H. MASSEY, b. August 9, 1859, Alabama; d. August 12, 1937, Texas; m. BETTY WEST.

xi. ELIZABETH JANE MASSEY, b. June 12, 1862, Alabama; d. March 7, 1884, Franklin Co., Al; m. WILLIAM LEANDER MASSEY, Abt. 1880.

xii. JOSIAH MASSEY, b. March 30, 1863, Alabama; d. November 14, 1935, Mississippi; m. DELLA KUYKENDALL, Abt. 1885.

xiii. SARAH FRANCES MASSEY, b. April 10, 1865, Alabama; d. July 29, 1932, Franklin Co., Al; m. WILLIAM LEANDER MASSEY, Aft. 1884.

xiv. AMOS WESLEY MASSEY, b. March 22, 1867, Alabama; d. November 17, 1954, Mississippi; m. JOHNANN BRUTON, November 29, 1888.

58. xv. MARY ELLEN MASSEY, b. February 2, 1870, Alabama; d. December 11, 1899, Franklin Co., Al.

24. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 HORTON IV (ELIZABETH MARCIA3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born April 2, 1832 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died October 15, 1909 in Leake County, Mississippi. He married EMILY L. CHAMBLEE August 26, 1851 in Leake County, Mississippi, daughter of JOHN CHAMBLEE and SARAH FERGUSON. She was born September 22, 1834 in Greene County, Alabama, and died January 1, 1906 in Leake County, Mississippi.

Children of GEORGE HORTON and EMILY CHAMBLEE are:

i. SARAH V.5 HORTON, b. 1852, Leake County, Mississippi; d. Texas; m. WILLIS PERRY SANDERS II, September 6, 1872, Leake County, Mississippi; b. Mississippi; d. Texas.

ii. MARY E. HORTON I, b. 1854.

iii. T. A. HORTON, b. 1855, Leake County, Mississippi; d. November 1, 1856, Leake County, Mississippi.

iv. ALICE MELISSA HORTON, b. 1857, Mississippi.

v. LAURA HORTON, b. 1862, Leake County, Mississippi; m. JOHN T. GOLMAN, January 22, 1883, Leake County, Mississippi.

vi. CORNELIA HORTON, b. 1866, Leake County, Mississippi; m. H. H. ODEN, December 8, 1885, Leake County, Mississippi.

vii. ELLA HORTON, b. 1868, Leake County, Mississippi; m. T. A. DAUGHERTY, December 19, 1892, Leake County, Mississippi.

viii. GEORGIA ANN HORTON, b. 1870, Leake County, Mississippi; m. E. BRANTLEY, June 27, 1897, Leake County, Mississippi.

ix. JOHN WILLIAM HORTON II, b. October 23, 1873, Leake County, Mississippi; d. July 19, 1911, Leake County, Mississippi; m. CARRIE HARDAGE, December 19, 1895, Leake County, Mississippi; b. September 1, 1877; d. September 8, 1968, Leake County, Mississippi..

x. ALMA HORTON, b. 1877; m. JAMES THOMAS, December 12, 1900, Leake County, Mississippi.

25. JOHN E.4 EDWARDS (MARIA3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born 1840 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. He married DRUCILLA HICKS September 3, 1965 in Greene County, Alabama35, daughter of TILMON HICKS and MARTHA DRIVER. She was born February 11, 1848 in Greene County, Alabama, and died August 27, 1866 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

Child of JOHN EDWARDS and DRUCILLA HICKS is:

59. i. KATHRYN DRUCILLA5 EDWARDS, b. August 22, 1866, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 7, 1932, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

26. NANCY JANE4 KING (MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born November 1, 1828 in Greene County, Alabama, and died October 20, 1911 in Greene County, Alabama. She married JOHN WESLEY SCARBROUGH II November 27, 1848 in Greene County, Alabama, son of WILLIAM SCARBROUGH and MARY SCARBROUGH. He was born July 26, 1828 in Greene County, Alabama, and died May 27, 1902 in Greene County, Alabama.

Children of NANCY KING and JOHN SCARBROUGH are:

i. WILLIAM R.5 SCARBROUGH, b. December 15, 1850, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County,Alabama; d. May 6, 1852, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

ii. JOSEPH RUFUS SCARBROUGH, b. December 19, 1855, Greene County, Alabama; d. September 24, 1936, Greene County, Alabama; m. ELIZABETH R.; b. May 7, 1868; d. September 9, 1909.

iii. ALEXANDER BATTLE SCARBROUGH, b. November 29, 1857, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. February 22, 1922, Greene County, Alabama; m. (1) HULDA A. ?; m. (2) MARY ELLEN HOOD.

iv. ?BETTI N. SCARBROUGH, b. November 11, 1866; d. June 8, 1950.

v. JENNIE SCARBROUGH, b. July 25, 1871, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 1, 1879, Greene County, Alabama.

27. MARY ANN4 KING (MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born May 1, 1836 in Greene County, Alabama, and died June 13, 1916 in Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama. She married JOHN CHESLEY HESTER February 28, 1855 in Greene County, Alabama, son of ROLING HESTER and LUCENDY RICHARDSON. He was born May 28, 1832 in Franklin County, Alabama, and died February 22, 1907 in Franklin County, Alabama.

Children of MARY KING and JOHN HESTER are:

i. SAMUEL BERRY5 HESTER, b. March 22, 1856, Franklin County, Alabama; d. December 31, 1941, Franklin County, Alabama; m. AMANDA MODENA SPARKS, December 19, 1878.

ii. WILLIAM HENRY HESTER, b. January 18, 1859, Franklin County, Alabama; d. January 9, 1948, Franklin County, Alabama; m. MARY JANE SPARKS, December 19, 1879.

iii. MARY MOLSIE ALICE HESTER, b. October 16, 1859, Franklin County, Alabama; d. April 11, 1921, Allsboro, Alabama; m. (1) LEWIS SANDY MALONE; m. (2) NATHAN ELIAS REID.

iv. JOHN WALTER HESTER, b. November 17, 1861, Franklin County, Alabama; d. March 26, 1941, Franklin County, Alabama; m. (1) BETTY JOSEPHINE SPARKS, December 30, 1882; m. (2) SUSAN CLAY, December 13, 1913.

v. ALBERT SIDNEY HESTER, b. December 25, 1864, Franklin County, Alabama; m. (1) ORMAN HAMLETT; m. (2) JEAN TAYLOR.

vi. AMOS BENTON HESTER, b. December 15, 1866, Franklin County, Alabama; d. September 8, 1955, Franklin County, Alabama; m. LUCY JANE HENDRIX.

vii. JESSE FRANKLIN HESTER, b. October 1, 1868, Franklin County, Alabama; d. September 19, 1936, Barton, Colbert County, Alabama; m. BIRDIE FRANCES WOODFIN, December 23, 1891.

viii. CHESLEY COLUMBUS HESTER, b. July 18, 1870, Franklin County, Alabama; d. September 19, 1936, Amory, Monroe County, Mississippi; m. EMMA JAMES WOODFIN, December 24, 1893.

ix. ROBERT WILEY HESTER, b. January 8, 1872, Franklin County, Alabama; d. December 30, 1956; m. (1) KATIE SEVIER SPARKS, December 20, 1893; m. (2) LELA LUCILLE GRISSOM, July 19, 1905.

x. MARY LULA HESTER, b. December 11, 1873, Franklin County, Alabama; d. July 13, 1958, Tuscumbia, Alabama; m. (1) CHARLES GASSAWAY, February 22, 1896; m. (2) CHARLES WESLEY FREEMAN, 1906.

xi. LUCINDA MIRANDA HESTER, b. November 1, 1875.

xii. SALLIE JANE HESTER, b. November 2, 1879, Franklin County, Alabama; d. 1916; m. L. FRANK GASSAWAY, November 2, 1898.

28. SIDNEY RANDOLPH4 KING (MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born July 22, 1838 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died May 26, 1896 in Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama. He married NANCY LUCRETIA HESTER December 12, 1867 in Frankfort, Franklin County, Alabama. She was born September 26, 1846 in Franklin County, Alabama, and died August 14, 1945 in Franklin County, Alabama.

Children of SIDNEY KING and NANCY HESTER are:

i. ROBERT BERRY5 KING, b. September 18, 1868, Greene County, Alabama; d. April 12, 1907, Franklin County, Alabama; m. ELIZA JOSEPHINE HUGHES, January 2, 1889.

ii. NANCY ELIZABETH KING, b. December 12, 1869, Greene County, Alabama; m. WILLIAM H. RIKARD.

iii. JOHN CHEASLEY ALEXANDER KING, b. September 19, 1878, Franklin County, Alabama; d. November 1897, Franklin County, Alabama.

iv. WILLIAM SIDNEY KING, b. June 11, 1883, Franklin County, Alabama; d. July 24, 1907, Franklin County, Alabama.

v. MOLSEY LUCRETIA KING, b. July 29, 1886, Franklin County, Alabama; d. December 30, 1966, Franklin County, Alabama; m. BOSE PULASKI STRICKLAND, December 18, 1907.

vi. JESSIE MIRANDA KING, b. November 11, 1888, Franklin County, Alabama; d. January 31, 1963, Franklin County, Alabama; m. WILLIAM KENNY DANIEL, January 18, 1911.

29. BERRY SIMPSON4 KING (MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born February 14, 1840 in Greene County, Alabama, and died August 27, 1909 in Greene County, Alabama. He married SARAH FRANCES WILLIAMS August 11, 1859 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, daughter of WHEATON WILLIAMS and AQUELLA COCKRELL. She was born September 22, 1839 in Greene County, Alabama, and died January 26, 1898 in Greene County, Alabama.

Notes for BERRY SIMPSON KING:

First entered CSA service January 1862 as private at Floyd, LA in Co A 1st Louisana/2nd Arkansas Regiment of Infantry, and continued until 1863 when was transferred to Co B, 36th Alabama Infantry. At the close of the War was discharged at Mobile, Ala April 1865.

Children of BERRY KING and SARAH WILLIAMS are:

i. MARY JANE5 KING, b. June 8, 1861, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 11, 1934, Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama.

60. ii. JOSEPH LEONIDAS KING, b. January 21, 1866, Greene County, Alabama; d. July 26, 1930, Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama.

30. MIRANDA F.4 KING (MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born September 18, 1842 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died April 18, 1918 in Hull, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. She married JAMES ALEXANDER FLANAGAN March 25, 1869 in Greene County, Alabama, son of PHILLIP FLANAGAN and ELIZABETH MEADOR. He was born December 21, 1842 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died January 31, 1924 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

Children of MIRANDA KING and JAMES FLANAGAN are:

i. ANNIE MARY5 FLANAGAN, b. October 6, 1869, Greene County, Alabama; d. June 9, 1879, Greene County, Alabama.

61. ii. MOLSEY ELIZABETH FLANAGAN, b. June 11, 1870, Greene County, Alabama; d. August 6, 1947, Franklin County, Alabama.

iii. MARY LULA FLANAGAN, b. September 9, 1872, Greene County, Alabama; m. THOMAS EDWARD NORRIS, December 28, 1904.

iv. JAMES ALEXANDER FLANAGAN II, b. October 2, 1874, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 2, 1874, Greene County, Alabama.

v. BERRY COLEMAN FLANAGAN, b. September 8, 1876, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 3, 1879, Greene County, Alabama.

vi. ALBERT VESTER FLANAGAN, b. October 11, 1881, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 13, 1881, Greene County, Alabama.

31. JOHN F.4 KING (MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born July 26, 1844 in Greene County, Alabama, and died June 9, 1902 in Greene County, Alabama. He married (1) REBECCA L. WILDER January 23, 1866 in Pickens County, Alabama. She was born August 23, 1839 in Greene County, Alabama, and died November 25, 1890 in Greene County, Alabama. He married (2) SALLEY WRENN November 22, 1898 in Pickens County, Alabama. She died Abt. 1904 in Sumter County, Alabama.

Children of JOHN KING and REBECCA WILDER are:

i. ELLA B.5 KING.

ii. JESSE G. KING.

iii. JOHN WALTER KING.

iv. CALLIE KING, b. 1868; d. Jefferson County, Alabama; m. ANTHONY L. MORROW.

v. WILLIAM H. KING, b. November 1869.

vi. NANNIE O. KING, b. September 13, 1871, Greene County, Alabama; d. July 31, 1895, Greene County, Alabama; m. WILLIAM R. JONES.

32. SARAH ELIZABETH4 KING (MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born July 17, 1846 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died December 14, 1922 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. She married JOHN HENDERSON GANDY II February 27, 1868 in Greene County, Alabama, son of JOHN HENDERSON GANDY I. He was born 1845 in Greene County, Alabama, and died 1932 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

Children of SARAH KING and JOHN GANDY are:

i. ELLA5 GANDY.

ii. KATE GANDY.

iii. ROSS GANDY.

iv. HATTIE GANDY, b. 1870.

v. JOHN SIMPSON GANDY, b. January 21, 1870.

33. WILLIAM RILEY4 KING (MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born May 12, 1850 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died June 8, 1904 in Greene County, Alabama. He married DELLA ANNE FERGASON December 21, 1873 in Greene County, Alabama. She was born January 18, 1856 in Greene County, Alabama, and died January 7, 1936 in Greene County, Alabama.

Children of WILLIAM KING and DELLA FERGASON are:

i. EDWARD FRANKLIN5 KING.

ii. CHARLES KING, b. 1876, Greene County, Alabama; d. 1951, Greene County, Alabama; m. MARY S. ?.

iii. LONNIE SIMPSON KING, b. September 11, 1879, Greene County, Alabama; d. August 26, 1952, Greene County, Alabama; m. LESLIE R. ?.

iv. ANNIE BELL KING, b. September 4, 1882, Greene County, Alabama; d. February 11, 1956, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

v. JOHN BERRY KING I, b. Abt. 1885, Greene County, Alabama; d. Abt. 1886, Greene County, Alabama.

34. HENRY AMOS4 HORTON (WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born March 5, 1843 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama36, and died January 5, 1926 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama36. He married (1) FANNIE S. NORRIS Abt. 1865. She was born February 16, 1842 in Mississippi, and died December 12, 1883 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama. He married (2) SALLIE BELLE PIPPEN Abt. 1886 in Greene County, Alabama, daughter of AUGUSTUS PIPPIN and MARTHA DUNLAP. She was born May 30, 1857 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama36, and died July 6, 1937 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama36.

Children of HENRY HORTON and FANNIE NORRIS are:

i. GEORGE5 HORTON, b. 1867, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama; d. September 7, 1896, Pleasanton, Texas.

ii. WILLIAM HENRY HORTON II, b. July 9, 1870, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 15, 1895, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama.

62. iii. EMILY HORTON, b. July 9, 1870, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama; d. 1948, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

63. iv. JESSE J. HORTON, b. October 25, 1872, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 8, 1937, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama.

v. MARCIA HORTON, b. November 15, 1874, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama; d. May 5, 1960, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama.

Children of HENRY HORTON and SALLIE PIPPEN are:

64. vi. HENRY BOYCE5 HORTON, b. December 27, 1887, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama; d. June 21, 1917.

vii. CHARLES LLOYD HORTON, b. August 20, 1891, Greene County, Alabama37; d. June 11, 191737.

viii. AUGUSTA MAY HORTON, b. July 16, 1894, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama37; d. October 1, 1904, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama37.

ix. EARL AMOS HORTON, b. November 1897, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama; d. February 20, 1963, Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama.

35. AMOS4 HORTON VI (WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born September 16, 1847 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died August 29, 1918 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama. He married (1) SALLIE ELIZABETH RICHARDSON January 19, 1871 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama, daughter of GRIEF RICHARDSON and DRUCILLA TAYLOR. She was born December 4, 1841 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama, and died May 19, 1902 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. He married (2) CARRIE ADELINE FOSTER November 7, 1903 in Milledgeville, Georgia, daughter of K. FOSTER and MELISSA MAYO. She was born 1869 in Chatooga County, Georgia, and died 1944 in Decator, Alabama.

Notes for AMOS HORTON VI:

From the Memorial Record of Alabama, 1893, Vol 1:

"Amos Horton, an extensive farmer and stock-breeder, living at Pleasant Ridge, was born in Greene County, Ala., September 16, 1847. He is the son of William and Marcia (Ford) Horton. The Horton family is a very ancient one, and its genealogy is as follows, with however, a missing link between the faimly of Amos Horton and the ancient family of Horton, which is is believed possible to supply. Robert De Horton manumitted a bondsman to his manor of Horton, long before the time of Henry Lacy, earl of Lincoln, wh died in 1310. It has also been ascertained that the Hortons had a manor house in Grant Horton, at a remote period. The word Horton, in Anglo-Saxon, means a vegetable garden. It is said to be derived from "ort" and "tan", "ort" meaning "plant" and "tun", "enclosed" or "an enclosure." It is known in England ever since the conquest by Julius Caesar. The Horton coat of arms in England is as follows: A stag's head, embossed in silver and gold. The motto, "Quod cult, caile cult" (What he wills, he wills cordially), expresses a sentiment which can be traced in the present generation of Hortons, as one of their chief characterists. William Horotn, of Frith House in Barksland, Halifax, sescended from the above-named Robert De Horton. Barnabus Horton, the ancestor of the Hortons in America, came to America, in the ship "Swallow," between the year 1633 and 1638, and landed at Hampton, Mass. William Horton, the father of Amos Horton, was born near Raleigh, Wake County, (NC) in 1812. He was a wealthy planter and large slave-holder owning 100 slaves. He emigrated to Alabama at an early age and settled in Blount County. Miss Marcia Ford, whom he married, was born in Alabama, and spent her life in Greene County. There maried about 1836,a nd became the parents of six children, three only of whom are ilving, viz: Henry A. Horton, a farmer in Greene County; Amos Horton, and Mattie Snedicor, widow of J. W. Snedicor, of Birmingham, Ala. His first wife having died, Mr. William Horton married Mrs. Mary Tillman, by whom he has had eight children--seven sons and one daughter--as follows: Rufus K. Horton, a wealthy and progressive planter, living near Pleasant Ridge; Robert L. Horton, a resident of Meridian, Miss.; Moses B. Horton, unmarried, and living near Pleasant Ridge, on a farm; William Manassas Horton, born on the day of the first battle of Manassas, hence his name; he is a dentist at Tuscaloosa, Ala.; John R. Horton, a farmer of Greene County; Clarence S. (?) Horton, physician in the hospital in New Orleans; Fred Horton, who died in 1878; and Mary E. Horton, unmarried, and living near Pleasant Ridge. with her mother. Amos Hroton is the grandson of Jesse Horton, a native of North Carolina(?), and a great-grandson of Amos Horton, a captain in the Revolutionary War, under Gen. Marion. Amos Horton was married to Miss Sallie Richardson, a native of Greene County, and a daughter of Grief Richardson and Drucilla (Taylor) Richardson; both were born in 1808, the former in Lunenberg, and the latter in Pendleton, S. C. She was a daughter of Samuel Taylor, who was among the first settlers of Greene County. He was a son of Samuel Taylor, who was a colonel in the Revolutionary army, and quite a distinguished soldier,having been the first to fight the British in South Carolina. He lost a leg during the war, and fought with a price offered for his head by the British governor,and consequently could not be properly considered a prisoner of war (assuming he was captured). He received a large Revolutionary bounty, which place his family in affluent circumstances. James Taylor, the father of Col. Samuel Taylor, came over from england as one of the king's officers, and settled upon a farm upon which the city of Philadelphia now stands. The place was known as the Stone House farm. Mrs Horton's parents were married in 1830, and to them were born seven children; four are living, as follows: John T. Richardson, a real estate dealer in Birmingham, Ala.; Leonnora Richardson, wife of C. McAdory, of Bessemer, Ala.; Ida Richardson, wife of J. R. Rockett, of Birmingham, Ala., Sallie Richardson, wife of Amos Horton, of Pleasant Ridge, Ala. Three are dead, as follows: Mary Virginia, wife of B.T. Higginbotham, died in 1853; Dr. William H. Richardson was killed at Spottsylvania Court House, Va., in 1864, while in command of a company on the Eleventh Alabama regiment Confederate States army; infant son, died at an early age. Mrs Horton's maternal great-grandfather was a well known and able minister of the Presbyterian church: Rev Dr. Thomas Reese, born in Pennsylvania in 1742, graduated from Princeton College with great honor, and the degree of D. D.; was licensed to preach in 1773, and was the first Carolinian to be so honored by Princeton. He was a thorough scholar, and was well versed in mental and moral philosophy as well as theology. He was the author of the work entitled "The Influence of Religion on Civil Society," which, if it had been written from the other side of the Atlantic, might have done credit to the pen of a Warburton or a Paley. He died near Pendleton, S.C., in 1799, and was buried near the old stone church. To Amos Horton and his wife have been born six children, of whom three sons are living, viz: William Taylor Horton, bonr December 12,1871, Hugh Clifford Horton, bonr NOvember 7, 1872, graduated from the University of Alabama, in June 1892, having taken a classical course; Charles Richardson Horton, born January 5, 1875. Amos Horton was a cadet furing the late War, subject to state orders,and served a short time in Mobile, Ala. He owns 1,800 acres of land in Greene County, which is in a high state of cultivation, and lies on the Sipsey River. He makes a speciality of raising Jersey cattle. Mrs. Horton is a member of the Presbyterian church, and both Mr. and Mrs. Horton are highly respected citizens."

Children of AMOS HORTON and SALLIE RICHARDSON are:

i. WILLIAM TAYLOR5 HORTON, b. December 12, 1871, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. April 20, 1949, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. ELIZA MARY POYNER, June 28, 1914, Greene County, Alabama; b. April 25, 1875; d. November 14, 1945, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County,Alabama..

ii. HUGH CLIFFORD HORTON I, b. November 7, 1872, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. May 19, 1897, Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama.

65. iii. CHARLES RICHARDSON HORTON I, b. January 5, 1875, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. April 16, 1938, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

iv. INFANT SON HORTON, b. July 3, 1878, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 7, 1879, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

v. INFANT TWIN SON I HORTON, b. July 12, 1883, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. July 21, 1883, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

vi. INFANT TWIN SON II HORTON, b. July 12, 1883, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. July 14, 1883, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

Child of AMOS HORTON and CARRIE FOSTER is:

vii. MARCIA FORD5 HORTON, b. 1904; d. Unknown; m. WILLIAM PAUL SPEIR, December 12, 1925; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

36. MARTHA JANE4 HORTON (WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born February 13, 1850 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died March 29, 1915 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. She married ISAAC NEWTON SNEDECOR March 21, 1870 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, son of JAMES SNEDECOR and SALLIE O'REAR. He was born Abt. 1845 in Greene County, Alabama, and died in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

Children of MARTHA HORTON and ISAAC SNEDECOR are:

i. FRANKLIN FORD5 SNEDECOR.

66. ii. OLA DAYTON SNEDECOR, d. December 1915, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

37. RUFUS KENNETH4 HORTON (WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1)38 was born October 24, 1854 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died March 12, 1897 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. He married CLARA P. SANDERS. She was born August 1858 in Alabama.

Child of RUFUS HORTON and CLARA SANDERS is:

i. GRACE5 HORTON, b. October 1889, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

38. ROBERT LIONEL4 HORTON (WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born August 17, 1856 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died October 6, 1889 in Texas. He married HAULDA AUGUSTA BOYD 1879 in Greene County, Alabama, daughter of LEWIS BOYD and SARAH SNEDECOR. She was born March 1858 in Greenville, Alabama, and died in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

Children of ROBERT HORTON and HAULDA BOYD are:

i. ELIZA A.5 HORTON, b. August 1880, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

ii. ROBERT BOYD HORTON, b. July 23, 1882, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. June 22, 1886, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

67. iii. FREDRICK HORTON II, b. November 1883, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

iv. ISAAC GAYLE HORTON, b. March 1885, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. JERUSHA MAXWELL.

v. HULDA MAY HORTON, b. February 1887, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. JAMES RICHARD RUTLAND.

39. MOSES BETTUS4 HORTON (WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1)38 was born July 18, 1859 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama38, and died June 18, 1928 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama38. He married CIVILLE SLOCOMB HARKNESS December 26, 1892 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama, daughter of ROBERT HARKNESS and CIVILLE GULLEY. She was born October 13, 1868 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama38, and died September 15, 1931 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida38.

Children of MOSES HORTON and CIVILLE HARKNESS are:

68. i. BESSIE HARKNESS5 HORTON, b. October 24, 1894, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 15, 1983, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

ii. MARY KIRKLAND HORTON, b. August 15, 1896, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. November 4, 1987, Alexandria, Virginia; m. THOMAS J. BURKE, November 2, 1922, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa Coounty,Alabama; b. November 22, 1899, Anesbury, Massechusetts; d. June 21, 1947, Washington, District of Columbia.

69. iii. ANNE BASKIN HORTON, b. September 11, 1898, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. June 14, 1994, St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida.

iv. SARA LEE HORTON, b. January 19, 1901, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 15, 1995, Orlando, Orange County, Florida.

Notes for SARA LEE HORTON:

The following tribute to Sara Lee Horton was written by her neice, Marian Burke Treakle in August 1995:

Sara Lee Horton was born on January 19, 1901 at Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. She was the fourth daughter born to Civille and Moses Horton. The birth of a son was to follow in a couple of years. Sara's father owned and operated a large cotton plantation, and until the boll weevil invaded and began to destroy the crops they must have enjoyed a comfortable and contented lifestyle. At that time and during the early years of the 20th Century, I have heard that Pleasant Ridge was quite a bustling community, with much of the life of the community centering around the activities of this historic Presbyterian Church where we now gather to celebrate the life of Sara Horton. Following the devastation of the cotton industry, Moses Horton decided to move his family to Tuscaloosa. Sara and her siblings attended school there where she later earned a Bachelor of ARts degree from the University of Alabama. In later years she also was granted a Master's Degree in Education from the University of Maryland.

For a number of years, Sara lived in Miami, Florida where she was a teacher of Home Economics at Miami Beach High School.

World War II was approaching and she decided to join a branch of the service, choosing to become a WAVE in the United States Navy. Sara served stateside at several Naval Air Stations and eventually attained the rank of Lieutenant.

Following her discharge from the Navy, Sara again returned to teaching for a brief period, deciding later to become a Home Demonstration Agent living in various places and traveling throughout the State of Florida before settling in West Palm Beach as her last post. There she built a home for herself where she enjoyed a full life with many friends for about twenty years. Active in church work, she remained a devout Presbyterian throughout her lifetime. She chose as her final home Westminster Towers Retirement community in Orlando, where she spent the final 18 years of her life.

Sara was a happy person and she did much to bring warmth and sheer to her side circle of friends and her family to whom she was extremely devoted. She was always there for all of us and she will be sorely missed, but we will hold fast to the memory of Sara and what she meant to each of us in our lives.

The following was written by Sara Lee Horton in October 1978:

"Most of the material related here was given me by Aunt Mary, my father's only sister; some was gleaned from conversations of my father. Most of the dates were copied by me from tombs in the Horton family cemetary and Pleasant Ridge cemetary, both in Greene County, Alabama.

"Amos Horton, our great, great grandfather was a captain in the Revolutionary War under General Marion. However, some family tradition said he had charge of the First Militia of South Carolina during the war. One note I have said his name have been Jesse or William. The Hortons are supposed to have settled in Virginia prior to residence in South Carolina. I have a number of references, documented by courthouse and parish records of Hortons in Virginia prior to South Carolina dates. It is interesting that the names William, Jesse, and Amos, frequently used in our family, occur in them.

Jesse Horton, our great grandfather was born in Hanging Rock, South Carolina. He moved to North Carolina where he married Sarah ("Sallie") Chamblee. They had three sons and nine daughters. Aunt Mary could recall only eight of their names. Two of them were married to Berry King (?), and after one of the weddings, he took his bride home on horseback in front of him! (?) Jesse moved to Alabama about 1820 or 1822, perhaps as early as 1816 or 1818, and settled near Blount Springs, Blount County, Alabama. Two of the sons, William (my grandfather) and "Jack" moved to Greene County, Alabama, when quite young. They were the first white settlers of the county and entered a section of land from the Government. At the time, there were many Indians in the County, William became a very wealthy planter, owning 100 slaves. During our childhood there were still a number of negroes named Horton living aound Pleasant Ridge.

William Horton, our grandfather, was born near Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina. He was married twice-first to Marcia Ford, then to Mary Emily Kirkland Tillman (our grandmother) who was a widow with one daughter, Ophelia. From his first marriage, there were six children and seven from the second. All the children received a good education at the Archibald Academy (Union Academy) at Pleasant Ridge, a well-known institution in that region with many boarding students coming from the surrounding country. Three pursued further study. William became a dentist, Mary graduated from the Tuscaloosa Female College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Clarence, after attending the University of Alabama, completed his study of medicine at Heidelberg University in Heidelberg, Germany. Our father, Moses, "read law" (the procedure for studying law then) in a judge's office in Eutaw, but never took the state bar to become a licensed practicing attourney.

Since many years have elapsed, perhaps I can relate with impunity a couple of "family skeletons" which I've heard from Papa and Aunt Mary. Their half-sister, Martha Jane, affectionately called "Sis Matt," was married to Dr. (Isaac Newton) Snedicor. When her father died, she inherited quite a bit of money, but as women in that day were not allowed to own anything in their own names, it was all in Dr. Snedicor's name. One day she asked him for a check for $50, as I recall the amount, which she proceeded to raise to $500 or $5000, thus retrieving some of her own money back. With this, she bought a dilapidated piece of property in Birmingham, improved and sold it for a profit. Repeating this idea several times made her a very wealthy woman. Somewhere along the line, she divorced Dr. Snedicor-an unheard-of act in those days! Aunt Mary and my father spoke with great admiration of "Sis Matt's" astuteness, but on other occasions Papa would say "Sis Matt is the devil." When I was a teenager, he remarked sometimes that I was like "Sis Matt" then to tease him I'd ask, "Smart or the devil?" I have a small daquerreotype of her given me by Aunt Mary because of my resemblance to her.

Money often creates controversy in families-ours is no exception. At the time of my grandfather's death, there being no banks then, money was kept on a big iron safe at home. Uncle Amos was executor of the estate ot which, at the time, he was heavily indebted. Finally, our grandmother (Amos' stepmother) had him hlegally removed as executor, but he meerged owing the estate nothing and a very wealthy man! He was a pompous individual, living the life of a Southern gentleman with fine saddle horses and a large pack of blooded fox hounds. Aunt Carrie (Amos' second wife) resented the money he paid for them. Once when he paid $75 for one, she was so angry she went out and paid $40 for a hat! When I was 8 or 9, he gave me my very first ready-made dress- a white organdie with tiny tucks, lace and a bertha. I must have been very proud of my "store-bought" dress for a group photograph of us cousins at this time shows me on the first row decked in the white organdie in the dead of winter.

In 1939, Aunt Mary and I visited Pleasant Ridge together. She took me to the old Horton family cemetary I'd never known existed before. Here in the middle of a cotton field, across the highway from where Grandpapa's home once stood (it was burned in 1938 by arson), was an oasis of trees. As we drew near, among the brambles and briars, could be seen many old tombs- some still standing, many tumbled and the inscriptions illegible. Hortons of several generations rest there including our great grandfather Jesse, and his wife, Sarah."

OBITUARY:

Sarah Horton

ORLANDO, Fla.- Sara Horton, 94, of Orlando, Fla., died March 15, 1995.

A memorial service (September 8, 1995) was held at the Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Ridge, Alabama, eith the Rev. Shelby Neese of Brandon, Miss., officiating and Stabler-Robbins Funeral Home of Aliceville directing.

Sara Horton was a graduate of the University of Alabama and earned a master's degree from the University of Maryland. She attained the rank of lieutenant in the United States Navy during World War II. She taught school in Miami, Florida for many years and spent the last 18 years of her life in Orlando, Forida.

Survivers include four nieces, a nephew, and other relatives and friends.

v. MALCOLM BETTUS HORTON, b. April 5, 1903, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 16, 1955, Tuscaloosa,Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; m. RUTH ALEXANDER, Aberdeen, Mississippi; b. Unknown, Columbus, Loundes County, Mississippi.

vi. ROBERT HARKNESS HORTON, b. June 3, 1909, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama; d. September 27, 1909, Pleasant Ridge,Greene County, Alabama.

40. JOHN RANDOLPH4 HORTON (WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born July 5, 1863 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died July 6, 1927 in Carrollton, Pickens County, Alabama. He married AMELIA BOYKIN MCCAA Abt. 1883 in Pickens County, Alabama, daughter of BURWELL MCCAA and ANN CURETON. She was born March 12, 1861 in Pickens County, Alabama, and died March 26, 1910 in Pickens County, Alabama.

Children of JOHN HORTON and AMELIA MCCAA are:

i. JOHN5 HORTON V, b. July 2, 1885, Pickens County, Alabama; d. July 2, 1885, Pickens County, Alabama.

ii. ELIZABETH L. HORTON, b. June 2, 1886, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

iii. WILLIAM L. HORTON, b. January 13, 1888, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 13, 1944.

iv. RANDOLPH HORTON, b. November 1892, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

41. CLARENCE LESLIE4 HORTON (WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born October 5, 1866 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died June 21, 1946 in Bay St. Louis, Hancock County, Mississippi. He married CORA SCHRIEVER June 24, 1896 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, daughter of JOHN SCHRIEVER and CORA YOST. She was born September 11, 1876 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, and died October 8, 1953 in Bay St. Louis, Hancock County, Mississippi.

Notes for CLARENCE LESLIE HORTON:

Clarence Leslie Horton was the sixth child of William Horton and his second wife Mary Emily Kirkland, born October 6, 1866 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. In 1891 he graduated from Tulane University, and on April 5, 1893 he received the Medical Doctor degree from Tulane Medical School. From 1896 to 1902 he practiced in New Orleans and was a visiting surgeon at Charity Hospital, a large hospital in New Orleans. From 1906 to 1909 he lived in Ashwood, Louisiana, and in 1911 he passed the examination of the Louisiana State Medical Examiners Board. He lived in Aliceville, Alabama from 1912 through 1914, then moved to Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. He was a physician for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad for the New Orleans and Mobile division, and was on the staff of King's Daughters and Sons Hospital in Bay St. Louis. He died in Bay St. Louis at the age of 79 as the result of a fall.

Children of CLARENCE HORTON and CORA SCHRIEVER are:

i. PHYLLIS5 HORTON, b. June 15, 1897, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana; d. February 6, 1914, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

ii. GEORGE SCHRIEVER HORTON, b. January 8, 1899, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana; d. March 6, 1955, Fort Myers, Florida; m. EUNICE HOLLIMAN, September 17, 1933.

iii. JEAN HORTON, b. August 3, 1900, New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana; m. ROLAND R. WEBB, June 20, 1928, Bay St. Lewis, Hancock County, Mississippi.

42. JANE ELIZABETH4 HORTON (JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born October 17, 1839 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama39, and died May 15, 1919 in Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama39. She married WILLIAM PEARSON BUNTIN October 18, 1859 in Greene County, Alabama, son of VINCENT BUNTIN and MARGARET MANNING. He was born December 22, 1832 in Pickens County, Alabama39, and died May 8, 1892 in Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama39.

Notes for WILLIAM PEARSON BUNTIN:

William P. also first enlisted with the 4th Batt. Miss. Cav., Co. B. He enlisted for 1 year on 3/4/1862.

By the fall of Vicksburg (7/4/1863), he was with the 42nd Ala. Inf. as he is found on the prisoner records for Vicksburg. At Resaca, in May 1864, he was shot in the left thigh. He was captured there, and held at Camp Douglas until 3/14/1865, when he was released to a Confederate hospital in Richmond.

BUNTIN, William Pearson (Resided south of Bridgeville [1 mile south of present day Aliceville]. Traveled to the war with a personal servant. Paroled at Vicksburg. Severely injured at Resaca, and reported to family as dead. Was captured and held in prison. Escaped from prison, and returned home to a very surprised family. Also served with the 8th Confederate Cavalry.)

Children of JANE HORTON and WILLIAM BUNTIN are:

i. JOHN B.5 BUNTIN, b. September 25, 1860, Pickens County, Alabama39; d. June 3, 1919, Pickens County, Alabama39.

ii. WILLIAM M. BUNTIN, b. 1864, pickens County, Alabama.

iii. MARGARET AMELIA BUNTIN, b. July 8, 1866, Pickens County, Alabama39; d. August 28, 1868, Pickens County, Alabama39.

iv. CHARLES LEONIDAS BUNTIN, b. September 6, 1867, Pickens County, Alabama39; d. January 30, 1888, Pickens County, Alabama39.

v. ALONZO VINCENT BUNTIN, b. January 25, 1868, Pickens County, Alabama39; d. April 30, 1907, Pickens County, Alabama39.

vi. THOMAS LEE BUNTIN, b. April 4, 1871, Pickens County, Alabama; d. February 4, 1872, Pickens County, Alabama.

vii. ANNIE BUNTIN, b. 1873; d. Pickens County, Alabama; m. WILLIAM EDGAR STRINGFELLOW.

70. viii. JAMES ALBERT BUNTIN, b. March 7, 1875, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama; d. November 16, 1967, Pickens County, Alabama.

ix. ROBERT MORRISON BUNTIN, b. July 7, 1877, Pickens County, Alabama; d. August 7, 1879, Pickens County, Alabama.

x. DAVID S. BUNTIN, b. March 20, 1879, Buntin Place, Pickens County, Alabama; d. August 9, 1953, Buntin Place, Pickens County, Alabama; m. BIRDIE MAUD SHAW, 1906, Pickens County, Alabama; b. October 7, 1885, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama; d. April 18, 1975, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

xi. SARAH OPHELIA BUNTIN, b. April 18, 1881, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama39; d. April 14, 1889, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama39.

xii. CAROLINE JANE BUNTIN, m. HUGH SUMMERVILLE.

xiii. MATTIE FLORENCE BUNTIN, m. EDGAR SANDERS.

43. HOLLIS TRESVANT4 HORTON (JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born December 1840 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama40, and died March 17, 1905 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. He married MARY ANN GIBSON September 5, 1865 in Pickens County, Alabama. She was born October 1844 in Pickens County, Alabama40.

Notes for HOLLIS TRESVANT HORTON:

According to the Department of the Army, Office of the Adjutant General, in a letter of June 30, 1948:

The records show that H.T. Horton, a private and sergeant of Captain John S. Richards' Company, which subsequently became Company H, 3rd Louisana Infantry, Confederate States Army, enlisted May 17, 1861, at New Orleans, Louisiana. The company muster roll for September and October 1862, shows him absent, "wounded at Iuka, Mississippi, & sent to hospital."

Union prisoner of war records show that he was captured July 4, 1863, at Vicksburg, Mississippi, and paroled at that place July 8, 1863.

By Special Order dated February 15, 1864, he was transferred to Company B, 42nd Regiment Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army.

His name appears on a Receipt Roll for Clothing of the last named company and regiment, which shows the date of issue as 30 June 1864 and on a Register of Ross Hospital, Mobile, Alabama, which shows he was admitted October 19, 1864, for Febris Remittens and sent to General Hospital, December 5, 1864.

He was paroled at General Hospital, Thomasville, North Carolina, May 1, 1865, in accordance the terms of a Military Convention entered into on the 26th day of April, 1865. His rank at that time was private.

Children of HOLLIS HORTON and MARY GIBSON are:

i. FLORENCE ELOISE5 HORTON, b. 1867, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. EUGENE MCCARTY.

ii. JAMES C. HORTON, b. 1869, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama.

iii. MARY ELIZABETH HORTON, b. 1870; m. HEAD ?.

iv. IRENE E. HORTON, b. 1874; m. R. E. BOONE, December 24, 1896, Pickens County, Alabama; b. Olney, Pickens County, Alabama.

v. HOLLIS BROWN HORTON, b. November 1881.

vi. ROSA BELLE HORTON, b. April 1884; m. EUGENE C. BEATTY.

44. LAURA AMELIA4 HORTON (JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born October 22, 1846 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died December 13, 1924 in Union, Greene County, Alabama. She married WILLIAM HENDERSON EATMAN February 23, 1870 in Greene County, Alabama, son of THOMAS EATMAN and MARY HARRISON. He was born January 29, 1846 in Greene County, Alabama, and died January 3, 1887 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama.

Notes for WILLIAM HENDERSON EATMAN:

From " A University of Alabama Cadet" by Unknown

IN the spring of 1865, General James H. Wilson gave orders to General John Croxton to go to Tuscaloosa and tear down all the factories and iron works. He also told Croxton to burn the University of Alabama. The University had been giving military training to the students. This is why Northern soldiers felt they should burn the school. When the news came to Tuscaloosa that the Northern soldiers were coming, many of the cadets in training at the University joined the Tuscaloosa Home Guard. Two of these students were William Henderson Eatman and Baxter Bragg Comer (Comer later became Governor of Alabama). Most of the boys were in their teens. As william Eatman was born May 16, 1846, this would have made him about 19- just about the age one would inagine Henry to have been (?).

Croxton's brigade numbered 1,500 men. They moved on Tuscaloosa from the north, crossing the Warrior River over the Northport Bridge, and captured the town on April 2, 1865 and burning the University on April 3, 1865. The Home Guard and Cadets resistance was short-lived as they were soon ordered to retreat when their officers saw the battle was lost.

Croxton's men burned a hat factory, destroyed the public stairs (?), etc. They interrupted a wedding and arrested the male guests, and siexed the artillery of the University of Alabama Cadets. Croxton Burned all the University of Alabama buildings except three. Ironically, one of the buildings not burned was the Roundhouse. This building was built to store ammunition for the military training during the war. After Croxton burned the University, Dr. L. C. Garland, president of the University, which had continued the training of the cadets during the war, then let them out of town. One source says they marched to Marion, Perry County. Can you imagine what took place during this march. I'm sure these young men had not prepared for the 60-odd miles they had to go. They probably had to sleep out in the open without tents. I'm sure when they got to Marion, they were hot, thirsty, dirty, and all 3-400 cadets had sore feet. (Moore's History of Alabama tells us that there were between 300 and 400 enrolled at the time)

Since the University was burned and the students could not return to school and earn their diplomas, in 1914 the University confered honorary diplomas to the students that applied for them. Years later the sons of William H. Eatman and Baxter Bragg Comer, Thomas N. Eatman and Donald Comer would get together and swap stories about what their fathers told them about the burning of the University of Alabama and the part they played during the ordeal.

In 1983, when she was attending the University, Lynn Allison Gray was officially presented the diploma of her great-great-grandfather William Henderson Eatman on the front lawn of the President's Mansion by Dr. Joab Thomas president of the University.

The following article appeared in the Tuscaloosa News:

UA students gets diploma 116 years late.

William Henderson Eatman left the University of Alabama in 1865 to join the Confederat Army- and he never received a diploma. But some 116 years later, his great-great-granddaughter has accepted the diploma for him.

The oversight was discovered when Eatman's granddaugher, Lara Kate Gray of Pell City, was gathering up some of Eatman's photographs of pre-Civil War University days to donate to the school.

Among the photographs was an envelope, postmarked April 1914, which contained a letter awarding William Henderson Eatman an honorary degree where the University held special ceremonies to recognize students who served in the Confederat Army.

Laura Kate Gray sent a copy of the letter to the University along with the photographs. The letter found its was to Joyce Lamont, curator of the library's special collections, who recognized the letter's significance.

School officials took a blank diploma from the school's vault on which was pre-printed the signature of George Denny, then-president, and Emmet O'Neal, then Govornor of Alabama. After lettering in Eatman's name, the diploma was presented to Lynne Allison Gray, Eatman's great-great-granddaughter, who currently is majoring in business at the University.

Children of LAURA HORTON and WILLIAM EATMAN are:

71. i. THOMAS NEWTON5 EATMAN, b. May 4, 1871, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 4, 1952, Pell City, St. Clair County, Alabama.

ii. MARY JULIA EATMAN, b. November 1873, Greene County, Alabama.

iii. KATE LAURA EATMAN, b. May 1874, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 10, 1961, Greene County, Alabama.

iv. ANNIE LAURA EATMAN, b. April 1879, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 5, 1950, Greene County, Alabama; m. THOMAS B. NUNNELLEY, November 1937, Greene County, Alabama.

v. JACK EATMAN, b. August 25, 1885, Union, Greene County, Alabama; d. September 3, 1889, Union, Greene County, Alabama.

45. ADELINE OPHELIA4 HORTON (JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born March 4, 1848 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died April 8, 1901 in Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama. She married THOMAS C. BUNTIN Abt. 1870 in Pickens County, Alabama, son of VINCENT BUNTIN and MARGARET MANNING. He was born July 27, 1840 in Pickens County, Alabama, and died March 31, 1900 in Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama.

Notes for THOMAS C. BUNTIN:

T.C. was also captured at Corinth and soon paroled (10/31/1862). He is found at the end of the war as a Corpl. in the 37th, Co. G.

Children of ADELINE HORTON and THOMAS BUNTIN are:

i. RUBY5 BUNTIN, b. 1873.

ii. LEONIDAS P. BUNTIN, b. 1876, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama; d. 1951.

iii. JACK HORTON BUNTIN, b. January 22, 1880, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama; d. December 23, 1933, Pickens County, Alabama.

46. GEORGE ALGERNON4 HORTON (JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born March 13, 1851 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died January 27, 1910 in Carrollton, Pickens County, Alabama. He married ANNA STUART April 29, 1889 in Pickens County, Alabama. She was born June 6, 1868 in Pickens County, Alabama, and died September 17, 1918 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

Children of GEORGE HORTON and ANNA STUART are:

i. STUART5 HORTON, b. January 1890, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. Unknown; m. NELL; b. Unknown, North Carolina; d. Unknown.

72. ii. BESSIE MAE HORTON, b. February 6, 1893, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. April 20, 1971, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

iii. MARY SUBER HORTON II, b. December 6, 1895, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama41; d. December 23, 1960, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama41; m. MARTIN LUTHER GRANTHAM; b. August 14, 1898, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama41; d. January 10, 1932, Texas41.

iv. INFANT HORTON, b. February 11, 1901, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. February 11, 1901, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

47. JOHN A.4 HORTON (JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born February 22, 1852 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died September 8, 1882 in Pickens County, Alabama. He married MINNIE MCCAFFERTY PUCKETT December 8, 1875 in Pickens County, Alabama, daughter of WILLIAM PUCKETT and FRANCES MCCAFFERTY. She was born November 18, 1855 in Pickens County, Alabama, and died February 1908 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County,Alabama.

Notes for JOHN A. HORTON:

From the Memorial Record of Alabama, 1893

John A. Horton, a planter residing near Carrollton, Pickens County, Ala., was bron February 22, 1852. He is a son of John D. and Julia (Holly) Horton,a nd a grandson of Jesse Horton, a native of North Carolina, who was a planter. John D. Horton was a native of North Carolina, born in Wake County, in 1814, and when he was five years old his parents brought him to Alabama and settled in Blount County. This was in 1819. In 1822 they removed to Greene County and settled near Pleasant Ridge, where they both died. John D. Horton was reared on a farm and educated at the common schools of the day. He was twice married, John A. Horton being the son of the second wife. By his first wife he had five children, viz: Hollis , a farmer residing near Pickensville, Pickens County, Ala.; Alonzo, Coleman, and Leonard, deceased; Eliza, widow of W. R. Bunting, who died May, 1892, and resided near Pickensville. By his second wife Mr. Horton had eight Children, six of whom are living, viz: Laura, widow of W. H. Eatman, residing at Clinton, Ala.; Ophelia, wife of T. C. Bunting, a farmer of Pickens County; Anna, wife of W. F. Eatman, farmer of Pickens County; George, a farmer residing near Clinton; Robert L., a resident of Mississippi, and John A. Those deceased were named Mary and Lillie. The father of this family died near Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Ala., October 8, 1882, the mother having died in June, 1857. He was a practical and prominent farmer, never aspiring to political honors, retiring in his dispositions. and, like all the Horton, principally devoted to and largely engaged in agriculture. John A. Horton was reared on a farm and received his education at the academy at Pleasant Ridge. He was married to Miss Minnie M. Puckett, a native of Pickens County, Ala., who was born November 18, 1855. She is the daughter of William W. and Frances (McCafferty) Puckett, the former of whom was a native of Alabama, born in Greene County, October 20, 1827, and the latter a native of South Carolina, born in Union District, November 17, 1833. They came with their parents to Pickens County in 1834. Mr. and Mrs. Puckett have had born to them six children, three of whom are living, viz: Minnie M., wife of J. A. Horton; ellen, wife of William Kilpatrick, resident of Columbus, Miss.; and Joel, single and living at home; those deceased were William D., Donna, wife of William Dunlap, and Mattie. Mr. and Mrs Puckett were married in 1852, and they now live on the farm settled upon by Mr. Puckett's father in 1836, the house then erected by him being one of the first frame houses built in Pickens County. The timbers of this house were cut by hand, and the lumber sawed by a sawmill water-powered mill, some five miles from Carrollton, the only mill then in Pickens county. THe house is still in a good stage of preservation. Mr. Puckett's father was a native of Pennsylvania, but removed to Virginia, remaining there a short time and then going on to South Carolina, and located at Abbeville District, whence he removed, in 1812, to Greene County, Ala. He was one of the first settlers in that County. Here he remained until 1836. He then moved to Pickens county, where died in 1845. his widow surviving him until 1864. Mrs. Horton's maternal grandfather was William McCafferty, and his wife was Ann Gregory. They were both natives of South Carolina, and came to PIckens County, Ala., in 1834. He died in 1867, and she in 1879. John A. Horton and wife are the parents of two children, one of whom is living, Mattie O., born November 4, 1882. THe other chld died in infancy. Mr. Horton is a prominent and successful planter, owning about 350 acres of land in Pickens County. He is one of a family, the ancestry of which is presented in detail in connection with Amos Horton, elsewhere in this work.

Children of JOHN HORTON and MINNIE PUCKETT are:

i. INFANT5 HORTON, b. September 30, 1879, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. September 30, 1879, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

ii. MATTIE OLIVIA HORTON, b. November 4, 1882, Pickensville, Pickens County, Alabama.

48. ANNA C.4 HORTON (JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born February 2, 1855 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died January 8, 1911 in Greene County, Alabama. She married WALTER F. EATMAN 1884 in Greene County, Alabama, son of THOMAS EATMAN and MARY HARRISON. He was born November 13, 1850 in Greene County, Alabama, and died April 2, 1901 in Greene County, Alabama.

Children of ANNA HORTON and WALTER EATMAN are:

i. INFANT5 EATMAN, b. January 24, 1886.

ii. LINA RAY EATMAN, b. January 28, 1893, Greene County, Alabama; d. July 19, 1898, Greene County, Alabama.

49. VIRGINIA4 RIVES (CANDACE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born 1840 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. She married WILLIAM D. ROGERS May 17, 1860 in Drew County, Arkansas, son of JAMES ROGERS and MILTILDA THORNTON.

Children of VIRGINIA RIVES and WILLIAM ROGERS are:

i. MINNIE O.5 ROGERS, b. 1861, Drew County, Arkansas.

ii. JOSEPH B. ROGERS, b. 1863, Drew County, Arkansas.

iii. VIRGINIA P. ROGERS, b. April 1867, Drew County, Arkansas.

iv. GEORGE H. ROGERS, b. 1868, Drew County, Arkansas.

50. RAWLEIGH4 BREWER II (MARYANN REBECCA3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born August 3, 1848 in Noxubee County, Mississippi, and died June 16, 1922 in Noxubee County, Mississippi. He married ROSA CARR. She was born December 29, 1859, and died December 19, 1922 in Noxubee County, Mississippi.

Child of RAWLEIGH BREWER and ROSA CARR is:

i. RAWLIEGH5 BREWER III, b. December 7, 1886, Noxubee County, Mississippi; d. March 30, 1924, Noxubee County, Mississippi.

51. EMILY L.4 CHAMBLEE (JOHN DAVID3, LOUIS2, ISAAC1) was born September 22, 1834 in Greene County, Alabama, and died January 1, 1906 in Leake County, Mississippi. She married GEORGE WASHINGTON HORTON IV August 26, 1851 in Leake County, Mississippi, son of JOHN HENRY and ELIZABETH HORTON. He was born April 2, 1832 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died October 15, 1909 in Leake County, Mississippi.

Children are listed above under (24) George Washington Horton IV.

52. CURTIS IRVIN4 EATMAN (SARAH H.3 CHAMBLEE, LOUIS2, ISAAC1) was born October 18, 1845 in Greene County, Alabama, and died March 12, 1912 in Mantua, Greene County, Alabama. He married MARY ANN SNODDY October 1, 1874 in Greene County, Alabama.

Child of CURTIS EATMAN and MARY SNODDY is:

73. i. FRANK IRVIN5 EATMAN, b. October 21, 1885, Mantua, Greene County, Alabama; d. Mantua, Greene County, Alabama.

53. ELVIRA WILDER4 CHAMBLEE (RAYFORD M.3, JOHN2, ISAAC1)42 was born Abt. 1839 in Johnson County, North Carolina42, and died Abt. 189042. She married AUGUSTUS J. RICHARDSON42 March 4, 1860 in Wake County, North Carolina42, son of APPLEWHITE RICHARDSON and WILLY HOULDER. He was born 1839 in Johnson County, North Carolina42, and died December 15, 1890 in Wake County, North Carolina42.

Children of ELVIRA CHAMBLEE and AUGUSTUS RICHARDSON are:

i. MARY AUGUSTA5 RICHARDSON42, b. 1863; d. WFT Est. 1864-195742.

ii. MATTIE H. RICHARDSON42, b. 1866; d. WFT Est. 1867-196042.

iii. MAJOR R. RICHARDSON42, b. 186742; d. WFT Est. 1868-195742.

iv. R. W. RICHARDSON42, b. 1868; d. WFT Est. 1869-195842.

v. WILLIAM J. T. RICHARDSON42, b. Abt. 1870; d. WFT Est. 1871-196042.

vi. FURNEY W. RICHARDSON42, b. 1880; d. WFT Est. 1881-197042.

vii. SARA ADA RICHARDSON42, b. 1874, NORTH CAROLINA42; d. WFT Est. 1875-196842.

54. HARRIETT OLIVE4 CHAMBLEE (WILLIAM BRYANT3, JOHN2, ISAAC1)42 was born Abt. 1844 in WAKE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA42, and died WFT Est. 1871-193842. She married APPLEWHITE RICHARDSON IV42 December 24, 1865 in JOHNSON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA42, son of APPLEWHITE RICHARDSON and CELIA WHITLEY. He was born 1844 in JOHNSON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA42, and died WFT Est. 1871-193542.

Child of HARRIETT CHAMBLEE and APPLEWHITE RICHARDSON is:

i. CLYDE5 RICHARDSON42, b. 186742; d. WFT Est. 1868-195742.

Generation No. 5

55. JAMES HUGH5 BOLTON (EMELINE ELIZABETH4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born September 3, 1847 in Franklin Co., Al, and died August 22, 1909 in Prentiss Co., Ms. He married (1) MARY C. JORDAN. She was born April 19, 1851, and died September 5, 1875. He married (2) ANNE ELIZABETH ? 1876. She was born March 11, 1851, and died July 10, 1931.

Children of JAMES BOLTON and MARY JORDAN are:

74. i. WILLIAM BERRY6 BOLTON, b. June 21, 1871; d. June 24, 1941.

ii. EMALINE BOLTON, b. June 21, 1871; d. August 24, 1871, Franklin Co., Al.

iii. ROBERT LEE BOLTON, b. November 20, 1872; d. July 25, 1932; m. WILLIE MAY SUTHERLAND.

iv. AMOS ANDREW BOLTON, b. January 19, 1874; d. August 23, 1930; m. (1) JIMMIE WROTEN; m. (2) MARY DENSON.

v. CHARLES HENDERSON BOLTON, b. September 5, 1875; d. March 13, 1879.

Children of JAMES BOLTON and ANNE ? are:

vi. WALTER JEHU6 BOLTON, b. September 12, 1876; d. September 26, 1937; m. (1) MARGARET MELINDA GURLEY; m. (2) BERTHA BARNETT ROBINSON; m. (3) ANNA WHITTEN BRATTON.

vii. DEWITT LAMAR BOLTON, b. August 29, 1879; d. April 6, 1955; m. EMMA I. ZORA?.

viii. JESSIE LEONA BOLTON, b. December 30, 1881; d. March 5, 1947; m. WILLIAM RYAN CAVENESS.

ix. SARAH ALICE BOLTON, b. May 29, 1884; d. March 13, 1948; m. WILEY GEORGE HESTER.

x. ANNIE HESTER BOLTON, b. January 17, 1887; d. December 1955; m. ELBERT K. BENNETT.

xi. LUCY BELLE BOLTON, b. June 12, 1889; d. 1959; m. AUDIE EDWIN ANDERSON.

xii. JAMES ALVIN BOLTON, b. December 2, 1891; d. October 31, 1959; m. ANNA JAMISON.

56. SUSANNA5 BONDS (DIANAH MAZY JANE4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born March 14, 1858 in Alabama, and died November 11, 1888 in Franklin Co., Al. She married AGUSTUS T. PETREE.

Children of SUSANNA BONDS and AGUSTUS PETREE are:

i. WILLIAM O.6 PETREE, b. October 27, 1877, Franklin Co., Al; d. November 9, 1877, Franklin Co., Al.

ii. LILLIE A. PETREE, b. December 5, 1878, Franklin Co., Al; d. August 4, 1881, Franklin Co., Al.

iii. MATTIE A. PETREE, b. July 3, 1883, Franklin Co., Al; d. August 28, 1883, Franklin Co., Al.

57. LUELLA5 BONDS (DIANAH MAZY JANE4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born July 7, 1867 in Franklin Co., Al, and died April 12, 1903 in Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al. She married HENDERSON JEFFERSON BOLTON Abt. 1881. He was born July 24, 1861 in Franklin Co., Al, and died January 27, 1929 in Tishomingo Co., Ms.

Children of LUELLA BONDS and HENDERSON BOLTON are:

75. i. WILLIAM ANDREW CLARENCE6 BOLTON, b. September 4, 1883, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al; d. January 2, 1985, Oenaville, Bell Co., Tx.

ii. DIANA CORA BOLTON, b. February 28, 1886, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al; d. December 28, 1910, Franklin Co., Al; m. O. (OAF) D. COATS.

76. iii. MARY SUSIE BELL BOLTON, b. February 7, 1887, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al; d. November 13, 1946, Tishomingo Co., Ms.

77. iv. AMOS TURNER LEE BOLTON, b. September 27, 1891, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al; d. September 1972, Red Bay, Franklin Co., Al.

78. v. HENDERSON LESLEY BOLTON, b. June 29, 1894, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al; d. October 1985, Bed Bay, Franklin Co., Al.

79. vi. NORA VIRGINIA BOLTON, b. February 2, 1898, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al; d. September 3, 1987, Red Bay, Franklin Co., Al.

80. vii. ROSIE EVEADELL BOLTON, b. October 2, 1900, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al.

viii. ROBERT LOU BOLTON, b. April 12, 1903, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al; d. May 28, 1961, Baldwyn, Prentiss Co., Ms.

58. MARY ELLEN5 MASSEY (SARAH ANN4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born February 2, 1870 in Alabama, and died December 11, 1899 in Franklin Co., Al. She married JOHN LEE TAYLOR December 24, 1891.

Child of MARY MASSEY and JOHN TAYLOR is:

i. BABY6 TAYLOR, b. December 11, 1899, Franklin Co., Al; d. December 11, 1899, Franklin Co., Al.

59. KATHRYN DRUCILLA5 EDWARDS (JOHN E.4, MARIA3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born August 22, 1866 in Greene County, Alabama, and died October 7, 1932 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. She married SAMUEL AARON MASSINGILL Abt. 1885 in Greene County, Alabama, son of DAVID MASSINGILL and SARAH FARMER. He was born September 15, 1859 in Chicot County, Arkansas, and died May 26, 1914 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

Children of KATHRYN EDWARDS and SAMUEL MASSINGILL are:

81. i. NANNIE BARNES6 MASSINGILL, b. November 18, 1887, Fairfield, Jefferson County, Alabama; d. August 24, 1950, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

82. ii. SAMUEL JONES MASSINGILL, b. February 7, 1889, Fairfield, Jefferson County, Alabama; d. March 14, 1914, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama.

83. iii. SARAH DRUCILLA MASSINGILL, b. July 18, 1890, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. August 1974, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

84. iv. JAMES HORACE MASSINGILL I, b. May 4, 1892, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. November 10, 1969, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

85. v. DAVID ALEXANDER MASSINGILL, b. January 12, 1896, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 22, 1961, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

vi. DEWY KIRK MASSINGILL, b. May 21, 1898.

86. vii. ELBERT CLAYTON MASSINGILL I, b. August 13, 1900, Pleasant Ridge, Alabama; d. July 14, 1964, St. Petersburg, Florida.

87. viii. RALEIGH TILLMAN MASSINGILL, b. July 7, 1902, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. 1963, York, Sumter County, Alabama.

60. JOSEPH LEONIDAS5 KING (BERRY SIMPSON4, MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born January 21, 1866 in Greene County, Alabama, and died July 26, 1930 in Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama. He married FANNY ESTELLE GOODSON July 13, 1886 in Binnsville, Kemper County, Mississippi. She was born September 19, 1867 in Pickens County, Alabama, and died September 14, 1932 in Charlotte, Mechlenburn County, North Carolina.

Children of JOSEPH KING and FANNY GOODSON are:

88. i. WILLIAM WHEATON6 KING, b. April 13, 1887, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 19, 1937, Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama.

89. ii. CLARENCE EARL KING I, b. July 31, 1888, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. July 29, 1952, Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama.

90. iii. JOHN BERRY KING II, b. April 20, 1893, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 22, 1934, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

iv. FANNY ESTELLE KING, b. August 4, 1894, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. September 7, 1897, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

v. JOSEPH HALE KING, b. December 12, 1898, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 5, 1934, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama; m. ETHYL MAY KEY, January 5, 1922, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

vi. ONIE ADA KING, b. August 31, 1901, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. November 18, 1989, Gadsden, Etowah County, Alabama; m. (1) EARL MCLEAN AMBROSE; m. (2) EARNEST LESTER MARTIN; m. (3) ROBERT ALEXANDER LEATH.

61. MOLSEY ELIZABETH5 FLANAGAN (MIRANDA F.4 KING, MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born June 11, 1870 in Greene County, Alabama, and died August 6, 1947 in Franklin County, Alabama. She married ROLAND ARTHUR HESTER November 8, 1891 in Belgreen, Franklin County, Alabama. He was born May 16, 1869 in Belgreen, Franklin County, Alabama, and died November 12, 1951 in Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama.

Children of MOLSEY FLANAGAN and ROLAND HESTER are:

i. GROVER CLEVELAND6 HESTER, b. November 19, 1892, Franklin County, Alabama; d. March 7, 1958, Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama; m. MAUDE COUNTS, March 4, 1914.

ii. JAMES FLANAGAN HESTER, b. November 14, 1894, Belgreen, Franklin County, Alabama; d. December 13, 1956, Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama; m. AVA CHILDS RICHESON, June 4, 1922.

iii. CARROLL ROY HESTER, b. October 15, 1896, Belgreen, Franklin County, Alabama; d. March 27, 1968, Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama; m. SUSAN NAOMI COBURN, December 26, 1920.

iv. VESTER BORDEN HESTER, b. February 3, 1899, Belgreen, Franklin County, Alabama; d. May 17, 1976, Franklin County, Alabama; m. ICIE BLACKLIDGE, March 20, 1930.

v. ROLAND ARTHUR HESTER II, b. August 9, 1901, Belgreen, Franklin County, Alabama; d. December 27, 1988, Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama; m. JOSEPHINE LEE ALMON, August 4, 1927.

vi. ANNIE MARY HESTER, b. April 2, 1904, Franklin County, Alabama; d. February 22, 1909, Franklin County, Alabama.

vii. GLENN HESTER, b. August 10, 1906, Fayette, Fayette County, Alabama; d. August 7, 1991, Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama; m. MATTIE ALMIRA BLACKLIDGE, April 6, 1935.

91. viii. EDWARD NORRIS HESTER, b. July 29, 1909, Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama; d. February 1, 1981, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

62. EMILY5 HORTON (HENRY AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born July 9, 1870 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama, and died 1948 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. She married (1) PUGH E. FREEMAN. He was born 1859, and died 1931. She married (2) MR. EVERETT.

Children of EMILY HORTON and PUGH FREEMAN are:

92. i. VELMA MAE6 FREEMAN, b. June 4, 1897, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. August 4, 1964, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

ii. JESSIE BLANCHE FREEMAN, b. September 10, 1903, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. Unknown.

iii. WARREN HORTON FREEMAN, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

iv. HUGH HORTON FREEMAN, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

63. JESSE J.5 HORTON (HENRY AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born October 25, 1872 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama, and died October 8, 1937 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama. He married MAMIE L. HAMPTON. She was born February 10, 1873, and died January 19, 1957 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama.

Children of JESSE HORTON and MAMIE HAMPTON are:

i. INFANT6 HORTON, b. June 21, 1905; d. August 12, 1905.

ii. KATHERINE HORTON, b. September 23, 1912; d. May 8, 1995.

iii. JAMES ALLEN HORTON, b. June 26, 1915; d. February 20, 1965.

64. HENRY BOYCE5 HORTON (HENRY AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born December 27, 1887 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama43, and died June 21, 191743. He married MABEL GREENE December 23, 1912 in Greene County, Alabama.

Child of HENRY HORTON and MABEL GREENE is:

i. DOROTHY C.6 HORTON.

65. CHARLES RICHARDSON5 HORTON I (AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born January 5, 1875 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died April 16, 1938 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama. He married FLORENCE BELLE JONES44 August 20, 1902 in Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama, daughter of MADISON JONES and ALICE MCLEAN. She was born October 29, 1879 in Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama44, and died December 6, 1940 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama44.

Children of CHARLES HORTON and FLORENCE JONES are:

93. i. SALLIE ELIZABETH6 HORTON, b. May 6, 1904, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; d. Unknown.

ii. MADISON JONES HORTON, b. March 7, 1906, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. October 10, 1906, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

94. iii. ALICE MCLEAN HORTON, b. October 25, 1907, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; d. June 5, 1955, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee.

iv. CHARLES RICHARDSON HORTON II, b. April 7, 1909, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 7, 1977, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

95. v. WILLIAM AMOS HORTON I, b. June 5, 1911, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; d. February 28, 1947, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

vi. FLORENCE ISABELLE HORTON, b. February 16, 1913, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; d. December 24, 1952, Black Mountain, North Carolina; m. BENJAMIN HARDWICK; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

96. vii. KATHERINE HORTON, b. April 11, 1915, Greene County, Alabama; d. April 14, 1993, Daphne, Baldwin County, Alabama.

97. viii. HUGH CLIFFORD HORTON II, b. November 24, 1917, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; d. March 14, 1978, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

98. ix. THOMAS HAMILTON HORTON I, b. April 17, 1923, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

66. OLA DAYTON5 SNEDECOR (MARTHA JANE4 HORTON, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) died December 1915 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. She married PERCY BRADFORD MERRY Abt. 1900.

Notes for OLA DAYTON SNEDECOR:

NbBowen

To: Anrkee

Dear Mr. Owens,

Thank you for posting the wonderfully complete Horton Family History online! I am working with a descedent of Martha Jane "Sis Mattie" Horton Snedecor (dau of William H. Horton and Marcia L. Ford of Greene Co. AL) and was thrilled to find so much information about her family.

You have already noted that Martha "Mattie" Horton married Isaac Newton Snedecor. This is correct; the marriage date I have is 1870, Greene Co. AL. Isaac Newton Snedecor was son of Col. James Snedecor and his wife Sarah "Sallie" O'Rear. The Snedecors arrived in Greene Co. AL c1820-1830 and also owned many acres of land in Pleasant Ridge.

Their daughter Ola "Ophelia" Dayton Snedecor married Percy Bradford Merry of Augusta GA c1899-1900. She died, age 36, in December 1915 and is buried in a Snedecor family plot at Oak Hill Cemetery in Birmingham. Ola and Percy B. Merry had two sons: Bradford Percy (b 1906) and Horace (1908). I am working with the granddaughter of Bradford P. Merry, Augusta GA.--they possess a set of monogrammed (MHS) sterling flatware, tradition says was owned by Mattie Snedecor Merry.

I noted (somewhere? I think in your notes) that Mattie Horton and Isaac N. Snedecor were divorced. Where can I find this information? It is a very interesting fact, especially in light of Mr. Snedecor's active participation of the founding of Stillman Institute in Tuscaloosa, apparently a Presbyterian-funded school to educate young black men to go into the Presbyterian ministry.

Thank you again for this goldmine of Horton family information. I will be happy to share whatever information I have and would love to know details of the Mattie Horton-Isaac Snedecor marriage.

Hope to hear from you,

Nancy B. Bowen and Rachel P. Merry

Athens GA

Children of OLA SNEDECOR and PERCY MERRY are:

i. BRADFORD PERCY6 MERRY, b. 1906.

ii. HORACE MERRY, b. 1908.

67. FREDRICK5 HORTON II (ROBERT LIONEL4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born November 1883 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. He married LETA RYAN.

Child of FREDRICK HORTON and LETA RYAN is:

99. i. EDWARD BOYD6 HORTON, b. April 25, 1918, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

68. BESSIE HARKNESS5 HORTON (MOSES BETTUS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1)45 was born October 24, 1894 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama46, and died December 15, 1983 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama46. She married EVERETT CLARENCE OWENS I47 August 8, 1911 in Meridian, Lauderdale County, Mississippi, son of HUGH OWENS and MARGARET GRANTHAM. He was born July 5, 1888 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama48, and died February 22, 1948 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama48.

Children of BESSIE HORTON and EVERETT OWENS are:

100. i. CAROL ELIZABETH6 OWENS, b. May 31, 1912, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County,Alabama; d. September 4, 1993, Tillman's Corner, Mobile County, Alabama.

101. ii. EVERETT CLARENCE OWENS II, b. October 17, 1914, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County,Alabama; d. April 15, 1977, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

iii. ROBERT BETTUS OWENS49, b. October 14, 1916, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 18, 1966, Paul's Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma; m. HAZEL WEDDLE; b. March 26, 1925; d. Paul's Valley, Oklahoma.

102. iv. CIVILLE HARKNESS OWENS I, b. January 3, 1919, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. March 14, 2002, Gordo, Pickens County, Alabama.

103. v. KENNETH HORTON OWENS I, b. June 17, 1921, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. April 30, 1986, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

104. vi. BETTY JANE OWENS, b. November 5, 1929, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

69. ANNE BASKIN5 HORTON (MOSES BETTUS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born September 11, 1898 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died June 14, 1994 in St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, Florida. She married WILSON M. BARNES I October 9 in Miami, Dade County, Florida. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown in Florida.

Children of ANNE HORTON and WILSON BARNES are:

i. WILSON M.6 BARNES II.

ii. ALEXANDRA BARNES.

70. JAMES ALBERT5 BUNTIN (JANE ELIZABETH4 HORTON, JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born March 7, 1875 in Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama, and died November 16, 1967 in Pickens County, Alabama. He married A. S..

Child of JAMES BUNTIN and A. S. is:

i. INFANT SON6 BUNTIN, b. September 29, 1910, Pickens County, Alabama; d. September 29, 1910, Pickens County, Alabama.

71. THOMAS NEWTON5 EATMAN (LAURA AMELIA4 HORTON, JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born May 4, 1871 in Clinton, Greene County, Alabama, and died October 4, 1952 in Pell City, St. Clair County, Alabama. He married KATIE HUDSON MILLER June 27, 1910 in Greene County, Alabama, daughter of WILLIAM MILLER and KATIE GORDON. She was born November 12, 1890 in Union, Greene County, Alabama, and died February 8, 1970 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

Children of THOMAS EATMAN and KATIE MILLER are:

i. BETTY COCKRELL6 EATMAN, b. May 15, 1911, Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama; m. (1) WASSON STONE WILLINGHAM; m. (2) CONWAY AUSTIN COBB, November 20, 1936, Greene County, Alabama.

ii. LAURA KATE EATMAN, b. March 27, 1913, Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama; d. 1985, Pell City, St. Clair County, Alabama; m. JAMES VESTER GRAY, January 27, 1935, Pell City, St. Clair County, Alabama.

72. BESSIE MAE5 HORTON (GEORGE ALGERNON4, JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born February 6, 1893 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama50, and died April 20, 1971 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama50. She married ELMO LAFAYETTE OWENS July 29, 1913 in Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama, son of HUGH OWENS and MARGARET GRANTHAM. He was born July 6, 1890 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County,Alabama50, and died June 7, 1949 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama50.

Notes for ELMO LAFAYETTE OWENS:

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Children of BESSIE HORTON and ELMO OWENS are:

i. ANNA KATHERINE6 OWENS, b. September 20, 1914, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. April 25, 1984, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

105. ii. MARY ELIZABETH OWENS IV, b. August 22, 1918, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. January 20, 1988, Tusculoosa,Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

106. iii. GEORGE LAFAYETTE OWENS, b. November 8, 1921, Greene County, Alabama; d. September 18, 1965, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

73. FRANK IRVIN5 EATMAN (CURTIS IRVIN4, SARAH H.3 CHAMBLEE, LOUIS2, ISAAC1) was born October 21, 1885 in Mantua, Greene County, Alabama, and died in Mantua, Greene County, Alabama. He married EOLA JANE PATTON51 June 18, 1913 in Greene County, Alabama, daughter of ABNER PATTON and DRURA WILSON. She was born December 25, 1887 in Knoxville, Greene County, Alabama51, and died May 19, 1978 in Mantua, Greene County, Alabama51.

Children of FRANK EATMAN and EOLA PATTON are:

i. DRURA LOIS6 EATMAN, b. October 15, 1915, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 2, 1916, Greene County, Alabama.

107. ii. CURTIS IRVIN EATMAN II, b. November 18, 1920, Greene County, Alabama; d. November 9, 1996, Mantua, Greene County, Alabama.

108. iii. MARY PATTON EATMAN, b. January 18, 1925, Greene County, Alabama.

Generation No. 6

74. WILLIAM BERRY6 BOLTON (JAMES HUGH5, EMELINE ELIZABETH4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born June 21, 1871, and died June 24, 1941. He married LAUNA OPHELIA NICHOLSON December 6, 1891. She was born January 1, 1869, and died October 29, 1951.

Children of WILLIAM BOLTON and LAUNA NICHOLSON are:

i. THOMAS JEHU7 BOLTON, b. October 4, 1892; d. July 14, 1893.

ii. ANNIE ETHEL BOLTON, b. March 2, 1894; m. ACKLEE GRAY.

iii. MARY LILLIE BOLTON, b. February 26, 1896; d. January 20, 1979; m. CURTIS LAMAR FLOYD, October 15, 1916; b. October 8, 1898; d. December 19, 1955.

iv. WILLIE CARL BOLTON, b. January 15, 1898; d. 1955; m. BLANCHE HOLLIDAY.

v. MARTIN LUTHER BOLTON, b. April 25, 1900; d. April 17, 1956; m. LORRAINE M. MCGLAUN.

vi. INFANT BOLTON, b. December 29, 1903.

vii. ADDIE LORENE BOLTON, b. October 2, 1904; m. LEONARD MILFORD.

viii. CHARLIE LAMAR BOLTON, b. February 23, 1908; m. LOIS BULLARD.

75. WILLIAM ANDREW CLARENCE6 BOLTON (LUELLA5 BONDS, DIANAH MAZY JANE4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born September 4, 1883 in Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al, and died January 2, 1985 in Oenaville, Bell Co., Tx. He married FLORA ANN COOPER Abt. 1903. She was born December 15, 1883, and died July 1977 in Oenaville, Bell Co., Tx.

Children of WILLIAM BOLTON and FLORA COOPER are:

i. CLELLA LOU7 BOLTON, b. June 12, 1904, Belgreen, Franklin Co., Al; m. JAMES H. RITCHIE, Abt. 1957; b. December 19, 1904; d. March 1972, Oenaville, Bell Co., Tx..

ii. ARRA LILLIAN BOLTON, b. November 16, 1905, Belgreen, Franklin Co., Al; d. July 1986, Phil Cambell, Franklin Co., Al.

iii. ANNIE GERTRUDE BOLTON, b. July 31, 1907, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al; m. CLIFFORN JACKSON.

iv. AARON MANCEL BOLTON, b. December 20, 1911, Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al; d. March 15, 1988, Belton, Bell Co., Tx; m. JIMMIE BONY; b. May 30, 1925; d. November 7, 1994, Belton, Bell Co., Tx..

v. VERSIA INEZ BOLTON, b. June 10, 1914, Tishomingo Co., Ms; m. RAYMOND PHILLIPS; b. January 16, 1913; d. May 1985, China Springs, Mc Lennan Co., Tx..

vi. TROY TRILBY BOLTON, b. August 3, 1916, Tishomingo Co., Ms; d. Abt. 1921, Bell Co., Tx.

vii. ORVY PURSHING BOLTON, b. August 11, 1919, Salado, Bell Co., Tx; m. ELLEN AGNAS HANDLON.

viii. UDEAN SETH BOLTON, b. April 16, 1924, Oenaville, Bell Co., Tx; m. ANTOINETT MORALIS.

76. MARY SUSIE BELL6 BOLTON (LUELLA5 BONDS, DIANAH MAZY JANE4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born February 7, 1887 in Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al, and died November 13, 1946 in Tishomingo Co., Ms. She married WALTER A. THORNE. He was born June 19, 1889, and died February 15, 1918 in Tishomingo Co., Ms.

Children of MARY BOLTON and WALTER THORNE are:

i. OLLIE DELL7 THORNE, b. October 9, 1909; d. August 6, 1911.

ii. E. REYNOLDS THORNE, b. Abt. 1915; m. EVA LEE MCANALLY.

iii. EDWARD THORNE, b. Abt. 1919; m. JEWEL STRICKLIN, July 2, 1938.

77. AMOS TURNER LEE6 BOLTON (LUELLA5 BONDS, DIANAH MAZY JANE4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born September 27, 1891 in Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al, and died September 1972 in Red Bay, Franklin Co., Al. He married (1) IVY STRICKLAND. He married (2) MARY BELL STRICKLAND.

Children of AMOS BOLTON and IVY STRICKLAND are:

i. GEALDENE7 BOLTON.

ii. OSSIE BOLTON.

iii. MACK B. BOLTON.

78. HENDERSON LESLEY6 BOLTON (LUELLA5 BONDS, DIANAH MAZY JANE4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born June 29, 1894 in Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al, and died October 1985 in Bed Bay, Franklin Co., Al. He married GRACE STRICKLIN. She was born September 5, 1896, and died November 1984 in Golden, Tishomingo Co., Ms.

Children of HENDERSON BOLTON and GRACE STRICKLIN are:

i. FAY7 BOLTON.

ii. ROY BOLTON, m. GLENDA HILL.

iii. LOUISE BOLTON, m. NOONAN PATTERSON.

iv. TROY BOLTON, m. ?.

v. LESTER BOLTON, JR., b. July 21, 1913; d. April 9, 1993, Russellville, Franklin Co., Al.

vi. DAYTON BOLTON, b. June 5, 1919; d. August 6, 1989, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Co., Ms; m. LOIS ?.

79. NORA VIRGINIA6 BOLTON (LUELLA5 BONDS, DIANAH MAZY JANE4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born February 2, 1898 in Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al, and died September 3, 1987 in Red Bay, Franklin Co., Al. She married JAMES ROSS SOLOMON December 14, 1919. He was born February 4, 1900 in Blackground, Lawrence Co., Al, and died March 18, 1987 in Bed Bay, Franklin Co., Al.

Children of NORA BOLTON and JAMES SOLOMON are:

i. CARLENE7 SOLOMON, b. November 19, 1920, Tishomingo Co., Ms; m. ELIZABETH BARHAM, December 22, 1947; b. December 23, 1918, Columbus, Lowndes Co., Ms.

ii. GEARLDENE SOLOMON, b. December 29, 1923, Tishomingo Co., Ms; m. RALPH LEROY KELLY, May 6, 1945, Gulfport Airforce Base, Harrison Co., Ms; b. September 15, 1919, Ripley, Payne Co., Ok; d. August 11, 1987, Midwest City, Oklahoma Co., Ok.

iii. TRACENE SOLOMON, b. January 10, 1928, Tishomingo Co., Ms; m. WILLIE ROBBINS HORTON, March 26, 1948, Tishomingo Co., Ms; b. January 11, 1921, Newton Co., Ms.

iv. JAMES ROBERT SOLOMON, b. January 7, 1933, Tishomingo Co., Ms; m. LOUISE PAYNE, June 17, 1955, Fulton, Itawamba Co., Ms; b. September 3, 1935, Belmont, Tishomingo Co., Ms.

80. ROSIE EVEADELL6 BOLTON (LUELLA5 BONDS, DIANAH MAZY JANE4 JONES, JANE EMELINE3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born October 2, 1900 in Pleasantsite, Franklin Co., Al. She married THOMAS PAGE Abt. 1920.

Children of ROSIE BOLTON and THOMAS PAGE are:

i. WILLIS C.7 PAGE, m. PEGGY BICKERSTAFF.

ii. JUNIOR PAGE, b. April 22, 1921, Tishomingo Co., Ms; d. January 12, 1988, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Co., Ms.

iii. BOBBY RAY PAGE, b. February 22, 1936, Tishomingo Co., Ms; d. August 14, 1995, Tishomingo, Tishomingo Co., Ms; m. IMOGENE YARBROUGH.

81. NANNIE BARNES6 MASSINGILL (KATHRYN DRUCILLA5 EDWARDS, JOHN E.4, MARIA3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born November 18, 1887 in Fairfield, Jefferson County, Alabama, and died August 24, 1950 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama. She married JOHN ALFONSO SOMERVILLE II, son of JOHN ALFONSO SOMERVILLE I. He was born March 5, 1885 in Franconia, Pickens County, Alabama, and died January 7, 1979 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama.

Child of NANNIE MASSINGILL and JOHN SOMERVILLE is:

i. JOHN ALFONSO7 SOMERVILLE III, b. May 1915, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; d. December 28, 1985, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; m. (1) BETSY MESTAYER; m. (2) GLADYS GRAY.

82. SAMUEL JONES6 MASSINGILL (KATHRYN DRUCILLA5 EDWARDS, JOHN E.4, MARIA3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1)52 was born February 7, 1889 in Fairfield, Jefferson County, Alabama, and died March 14, 1914 in Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama. He married RUBY CLYDE SHAW December 29, 1908, daughter of SKELTON SHAW and MARY STRAIT. She was born April 8, 1890 in Sipsey Mills, Greene County, Alabama, and died January 30, 1965 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

Children of SAMUEL MASSINGILL and RUBY SHAW are:

i. KENNETH C.7 MASSINGILL, b. October 30, 1909, Pickens County, Alabama; d. February 3, 1968, Buntin Farm, Pickens County, Alabama; m. CAROL ELIZABETH OWENS, December 27, 1935, Marian, Arkansas; b. May 31, 1912, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County,Alabama; d. September 4, 1993, Tillman's Corner, Mobile County, Alabama.

ii. SAMUEL AUBREY MASSINGILL I, b. September 5, 1911, Pickens County, Alabama; d. 1973, Los Angeles, California; m. MARY HELEN OVERBY, 1944; b. January 19, 1923, Mississippi.

83. SARAH DRUCILLA6 MASSINGILL (KATHRYN DRUCILLA5 EDWARDS, JOHN E.4, MARIA3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born July 18, 1890 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died August 1974 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. She married SKELTON TAYLOR WHITE June 14, 1909.

Children of SARAH MASSINGILL and SKELTON WHITE are:

i. DAVID WILSON7 WHITE, b. April 8, 1910, Columbus, Mississippi; d. February 7, 1980, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; m. (1) CHRISTINE EVELYN GILBERT; m. (2) CHRISTINE EVELYN GILBERT; m. (3) LOUISE PARKER; m. (4) LOUELLEN PRATER, 1950.

ii. KATHRYN WHITE, b. March 18, 1917, Vaiden, Mississippi; m. FRANKLIN LESLIE YOUNGS I, June 18, 1938.

84. JAMES HORACE6 MASSINGILL I (KATHRYN DRUCILLA5 EDWARDS, JOHN E.4, MARIA3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born May 4, 1892 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died November 10, 1969 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. He married ESTELLE BARNES, daughter of BYRON BARNES and VICTORIA WILDMON. She was born December 28, 1892 in Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama, and died February 21, 1982 in Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama.

Children of JAMES MASSINGILL and ESTELLE BARNES are:

i. JAMES HORACE7 MASSINGILL II, b. July 2, 1917, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee; d. November 20, 1966, Tuskeegee, Macon County, Alabama; m. (1) VIVIAN LAWSON, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; m. (2) MARTHA PLANT, November 20, 1947.

ii. SAMUEL AARON MASSINGILL II, b. October 7, 1919.

iii. VICTORIA BARNES MASSINGILL, b. November 21, 1921, Jonesboro, Arkansas; d. August 6, 1992, Jamestown, New York; m. RICHARD CHARLES DORNHOFER, May 2, 1946; b. September 16, 1922, Brooklyn, New York.

85. DAVID ALEXANDER6 MASSINGILL (KATHRYN DRUCILLA5 EDWARDS, JOHN E.4, MARIA3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born January 12, 1896 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died October 22, 1961 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He married MARGUERITE AUGUSTA CHAPMAN January 11, 1914 in Pickens County, Alabama. She was born September 10, 1896 in Pickensville, Pickens County, Alabama, and died November 20, 1973 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Children of DAVID MASSINGILL and MARGUERITE CHAPMAN are:

i. AYLMER KATHRYN7 MASSINGILL, b. January 2, 1915, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; d. July 20, 1980, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma; m. ARTHUR JOHN MILLER; b. October 2, 1909, Wyandotte, Michigan.

ii. MARGERY MELBA MASSINGILL, b. June 18, 1917; d. June 18, 1918.

iii. INFANT MASSINGILL, b. March 22, 1919.

iv. MARJORIE CARR MASSINGILL, b. August 3, 1920; d. May 23, 1976.

v. DAVID FRANKLIN MASSINGILL, b. July 10, 1922.

vi. JUNE TERRELL MASSINGILL, b. April 1, 1935.

86. ELBERT CLAYTON6 MASSINGILL I (KATHRYN DRUCILLA5 EDWARDS, JOHN E.4, MARIA3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1)53 was born August 13, 1900 in Pleasant Ridge, Alabama54,55, and died July 14, 1964 in St. Petersburg, Florida56,57. He met SARAH ELIZABETH WHEELER57 Private. She was born Private.

Child of ELBERT MASSINGILL and SARAH WHEELER is:

i. ELBERT CLAYTON7 MASSINGILL II57, b. Private; m. BEVERLY JANE WILSON57, Private; b. Private.

87. RALEIGH TILLMAN6 MASSINGILL (KATHRYN DRUCILLA5 EDWARDS, JOHN E.4, MARIA3 HORTON, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1)58 was born July 7, 1902 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama59,60, and died 1963 in York, Sumter County, Alabama. He married TESSIE TURNER MCCARTY60 October 25, 192561,62. She was born August 28, 1904 in Coatopa, Alabama63,64, and died July 1983 in York, Alabama65,66.

Children of RALEIGH MASSINGILL and TESSIE MCCARTY are:

i. RALEIGH JOSEPH7 MASSINGILL66, b. Private; m. MARY ALICE COMBEST66, Private; b. Private.

ii. SAMUEL ARNOLD MASSINGILL I66, b. Private; m. RACHAEL KELLAM66, Private; b. Private.

88. WILLIAM WHEATON6 KING (JOSEPH LEONIDAS5, BERRY SIMPSON4, MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born April 13, 1887 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died March 19, 1937 in Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama. He married (1) SARAH TUCK. He married (2) MARY ALICE HAYES November 1, 1911 in Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama.

Children of WILLIAM KING and MARY HAYES are:

i. ONIE SUE7 KING, b. February 21, 1925, Greene County, Alabama; m. (1) WILLIAM LAFAYETTE WILLIAMS II, July 29, 1947, Greene County, Alabama; b. May 22, 1919, York, Sumter County, Alabama; d. May 17, 1971, West Greene, Greene County, Alabama; m. (2) WILBURN E. SCOTT, 1981.

ii. DARA LOU KING.

89. CLARENCE EARL6 KING I (JOSEPH LEONIDAS5, BERRY SIMPSON4, MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born July 31, 1888 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died July 29, 1952 in Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama. He married LILLY HANSON JONES January 30, 1906 in Columbus, Lowndes County, Mississippi, daughter of JOHN JONES and ELLEN CRUMP. She was born December 25, 1886 in Greene County, Alabama, and died May 5, 1971 in Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama.

Notes for CLARENCE EARL KING I:

FAMILY of Clarence Earl King Senior

Father Joseph Leonidas King

Mother Fannie Estelle (Dollie) Goodson

Birth 31 Jul 1888 Pleasant Ridge, Greene Co., AL

Death 29 Jun 1952, Greensboro, Hale County, AL

Burial Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Eutaw, Greene Co., AL

Occupation , Blacksmith, Mechanic

Marriage: 31 Jan 1906 Columbus, Lowndes Co., MS JONES, Lillie Hanson

*Lillie's sister "Nannie Jones" married Gid Pitts. Nannie died before 1946 and Gid Pitts hung out with Clarence and Lillie.

Lillie Hanson Jones:

Father John A. Jones (buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Greene Co., AL)

Mother Ellen Elizabeth Crump (buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Greene Co., AL)

Birth 25 Dec 1886 Greene Co., AL,

Burial Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Eutaw, Greene Co., AL

Death 5 May 1971, Montgomery, AL

In a letter dated 11-23-1982, Robert H. King mentioned "youngest sister to Lillie Hanson is Maudine Parks and Velma Holroyd is Lillie's double first cousin." Mary Jo King apparently has a photo of Maudine and Velma.

Lillie Hanson Jones King is 1/4 Indian.

Family Of Clarence and Lillie

1. Newton Earl (EARL)

Birth 21 Jul 1907 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Death 5 Sep 1973, Vero Beach, FL

Marriage: 29 Mar 1925 Ashville, St. Clair Co., AL Eleanor Ida (Micky) Hedding

Birth 14 Feb 1908, Death 3 Jan 1991 Burial: with husband near Vero Beach, FL

Family Of Mickey & Earl

Doris Lillian Birth: 1 Apr 1926 Death 23 Jan 1996, Sebastian, FL

Marriage: Howard E (Mickey) Greene

Burial: Ashes are with surviving spouse in Sebastian, FL

Has one daughter

Eleanor Earle Birth: 6 Dec 1931, living in Winsted, CT as of 15-FEB-2001

Marriage: Abt 1955 Dominic John Russo Birth Abt 1931

Family: 1. Tina from first marriage (adopted by Dominic Russo); 2. Dominic John, Jr.; 3. Donna

*all 3 are married, all 3 graduated from college, and there are 7 grandchildren as of Feb. 2001.

2. Joseph Howard (HOWARD)

Birth 14 Dec 1909 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Burial , Ft. Lauderdale Memorial Park, Broward Co., FL

Death 16 Feb 1971 lung cancer.

Marriage: 1 Dec 1928 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL Josephine A (Jo) Kempgens Birth abt 1910

Father Frederick W Kempgens, Mother Wilhemina Van Whaley

Josephine was living in FL in 1999

Family Of Josephine and Joseph (Howard)

Howard Frederick (Frederick) Birth: Abt 1930 Married with three children

Death: died abt. 1976 lung cancer (was in his 40's)

Mary Elizabeth Birth Details unknown and she never married.

3. Robert Hanson King

Birth 9 Jul 1912 Pleasant Ridge, Greene Co., AL

Burial Forest Hill Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Death 6 Dec 1987, Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Marriage: 16 Sep 1930 Ashville, St. Clair Co., AL Louise Vaughn Martin

Father John T. Marin, Mother Minnie McAnally

Birth 7 May 1915 Jefferson Co., AL Burial Forest Hill Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Death 2 Oct 1986, Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Family Of Louise and Robert (5 children)

John Robert Birth: 23 Jul 1932 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Occupation: Self-employed engineer

Education Achievement 31 May 1959, BS Metallurgical Engineering, University of Alabama

Cremation Feb 2001, Chattanooga, TN Death 17 Feb 2001, Chattanooga, TN

Died 11:40 p.m. at home Feb 17th, 2001 heart failure. His four daughters and wife with him.

Marriage: 31 Jan 1952 Mississippi Patricia Ann

Father Alton Lee McWhoter, Mother Grace Carolyn Benton

Birth 11 Dec 1934 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Education Achievement Studies in Art; Patricia is an artist.

Family Of Patricia & John

Marcelle King Birth: 22 Sep 1952 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL (in GA)

ME->Cheryl Lee Birth: 18 Jun 1954 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL BBA-Acctg, BS Info Sys. (in GA)

Kimberly Rea Birth: 22 Aug 1955 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL BS Info Sys. (in MICH)

Kelly Lynn Birth: 27 Sep 1958 Tuscaloosa, Pickens Co., AL BA-Industrial Management (in AL)

Patricia Louise (Patsy) Birth: 18 Nov 1934 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Marriage: 1 Nov 1952 COX, Owen McGouirk (Peck) Birth 10 Jan 1928

Family Of Patsy & Peck

Brenda Louise Birth: 13 Oct 1953 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL *never married

Terry Owen Birth: 31 Oct 1954 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

*Terry married twice and has one son by each husband

*all currently living near Birmingham, AL

Judy Ann Birth: 25 Sep 1939 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Marriage: #1 LONG, James Nathan (Jimmy); #2 Chapman, #3 Donald Hicks

Family Of Judy & Jimmy

Leslie Ann Birth: 20 Jun 1960 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

James Christian (Chris) Birth: 15 Mar 1962 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

*all currently living near Birmingham, AL

Clarence Earl (Earl) Birth: 29 Apr 1946 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Marriage: Ann Christine Jones

Family Of Christine & Earl

Melinda Leigh (Leigh) Birth: 14 Apr 1967 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Gina Michelle Birth: 22 Aug 1969 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Stephanie Lyn Birth: 2 Jul 1971

Marriage: WRIGHT, Deborah Lynn

Family Of Deborah & Earl

McKenzie Ann Birth: Birth Details Unavailable

Ian Birth: Abt 1990

*Currently living in Trussville, AL

Lisa Hanson Birth: 20 Sep 1952 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Marriage: 18 May 1969 Birmingham, AL Joseph Francis Roberts Birth: September 1952

*Currently living near Birmingham, AL

4. Clarence Earl Junior (CLARENCE)

Birth 10 Aug 1917 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Burial Ft. Lauderdale Memorial Park, Broward Co., FL

Death 11 Oct 1967, Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co., FL

Marriage: 10 Sep 1939 Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL [KERR, Lillian NELL ] Birth Abt 1920

Nell is currently living in Greenville SC near her son Patrick

Family Of Nell & Clarence Earl Jr

Kenneth Kerr Birth: abt. 1929, died at 9 of meningitis

Patrick Birth: Birth Details Unavailable

**Patrick was adopted after Kenneth's death. He currently lives near Greenville SC

Children of CLARENCE KING and LILLY JONES are:

i. NEWTON EARL7 KING, b. July 21, 1907, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama; d. September 5, 1973, Vero Beach, Florida.

ii. JOSEPH HOWARD KING, b. December 14, 1909.

iii. ROBERT HANSON KING, b. July 9, 1912, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. December 6, 1987, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama; m. LOUIS VAUGHN MARTIN, September 16, 1930, Ashville, St. Clair County, Alabama; b. May 7, 1915, Jefferson County, Alabama; d. October 2, 1986, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

iv. CLARENCE EARL KING II, b. August 10, 1917.

90. JOHN BERRY6 KING II (JOSEPH LEONIDAS5, BERRY SIMPSON4, MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born April 20, 1893 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died March 22, 1934 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. He married SUSAN EDITH SMITH June 5, 1923 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, daughter of JESSE MAC SMITH and MARY TALLENT. She was born June 30, 1899 in Lincoln County, Tennessee, and died October 18, 1981 in Charlotte, Micklenburg County, North Carolina.

Children of JOHN KING and SUSAN SMITH are:

i. MARY JOSEPHINE7 KING, b. April 27, 1924, Charlotte, Micklenburg County, North Carolina.

ii. JOHN BERRY KING III, b. February 5, 1927, Charlotte, Micklenburg County, North Carolina; m. (1) PEGGY E. BRIGHT, Baltimore, Maryland; m. (2) JEAN ANNE KIKER, Baltimore, Maryland; m. (3) EDNA MAE JOYNER, January 23, 1955, York, York County, South Carolina.

iii. ANDREW LEGG KING, b. January 30, 1928, Charlotte, Micklenburg County, North Carolina; m. DOROTHY DEAN PUTNAM, September 10, 1950, Charlotte, Micklenburg County, North Carolina; b. Abt. 1930.

iv. RICHARD EDGAR KING, b. April 7, 1930, Charlotte, Micklenburg County, North Carolina; m. VIVIAN CLARK BRIGHT, December 24, 1949, York, York County, South Carolina.

v. EARLE ROBIN KING, b. February 21, 1932, Charlotte, Micklenburg County, North Carolina; m. MARY SUE HARPER, February 17, 1956, Fort Mill, Lancaster County, South Carolina.

91. EDWARD NORRIS6 HESTER (MOLSEY ELIZABETH5 FLANAGAN, MIRANDA F.4 KING, MOLSEY3 HORTON I, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born July 29, 1909 in Russellville, Franklin County, Alabama, and died February 1, 1981 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. He married RUBY KATE MOODY July 3, 1932. She was born August 1, 1910 in Pratt City, Jefferson County, Alabama, and died May 25, 1997 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

Children of EDWARD HESTER and RUBY MOODY are:

i. KATHERINE LOUISE7 HESTER, b. April 28, 1934, Haleyville, Winston County, Alabama; m. OTIS MILLFORD STONE, June 22, 1957.

ii. ROSALYN MARIE HESTER, b. September 2, 1936, Andalusia, Covington County, Alabama; m. CHARLES FREDRICK WYATT, March 18, 1961.

iii. MYRA VIRGINIA HESTER, b. October 21, 1942, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama; m. THOMAS BLACKWELL WARREN, July 2, 1966.

92. VELMA MAE6 FREEMAN (EMILY5 HORTON, HENRY AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born June 4, 1897 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died August 4, 1964 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. She married JAMES WILTON OWENS I May 21, 1913 in West Greene, Greene County, Alabama, son of HUGH OWENS and MARGARET GRANTHAM. He was born September 11, 1892 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died January 8, 1948 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

Children of VELMA FREEMAN and JAMES OWENS are:

i. JAMES WILTON7 OWENS II, b. May 24, 1915, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. January 9, 1971, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; m. (1) JOYCE ANTONETTE CLOYD; b. October 26, 1914, Johnson City, Tennessee; d. March 8, 1991; m. (2) JOYCE ANTONETTE CLOYD; b. October 26, 1914, Johnson City, Tennessee; d. March 8, 1991.

ii. HUGH WARREN OWENS I, b. February 19, 1918, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. Abt. 1941.

iii. NORRIS WILLIAM OWENS, b. April 21, 1919, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; d. September 5, 1958, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; m. IRIS JUANITA JOHNS; b. September 25, 1919, Tarpon Springs, Florida.

iv. RICHARD EDWARD OWENS I, b. March 21, 1921, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County,Alabama; m. MAMIE LOUISE WATT; b. June 22, 1926, Geiger, Sumter County, Alabama.

v. EMILY MARGARET OWENS, b. November 13, 1922, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; m. WALTER LEE CRAFT II; b. August 22, 1920, Benevola, Pickens County, Alabama.

vi. MARCIA HORTON OWENS, b. August 19, 1930; m. RALPH HAMILTON, November 1959; b. Lanett, Alabama.

93. SALLIE ELIZABETH6 HORTON (CHARLES RICHARDSON5, AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born May 6, 1904 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama, and died Unknown. She married BISHOP LAY February 11, 1933 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of SALLIE HORTON and BISHOP LAY are:

i. MARGARET BEATRICE7 LAY, b. 1929; d. Unknown; m. JAMES BARNEY NOEL67; b. 1926; d. Unknown.

ii. KATHERINE HORTON LAY, b. 1944.

94. ALICE MCLEAN6 HORTON (CHARLES RICHARDSON5, AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1)67 was born October 25, 1907 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama67, and died June 5, 1955 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee67. She married PAUL MORRIS I67 November 1932 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama. He was born 1903, and died Unknown.

Children of ALICE HORTON and PAUL MORRIS are:

i. PAUL7 MORRIS II, b. 1934; d. Unknown.

ii. ELIZABETH Y. MORRIS, b. 1950; m. CHARLES B. ADAMS; b. 1950.

iii. ALICE MCLEAN MORRIS, b. Unknown.

iv. PAUL MORRIS67, b. Private.

v. ALICE MCLEAN MORRIS67, b. Private.

vi. ELIZABETH Y. MORRIS67, b. Private; m. CHARLES B. ADAMS67, Private; b. Private.

95. WILLIAM AMOS6 HORTON I (CHARLES RICHARDSON5, AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born June 5, 1911 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama, and died February 28, 1947 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. He married MARGARET CUNNINGHAM67 December 1932 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama. She was born May 3, 1910 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama67, and died December 18, 1976 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama67.

Children of WILLIAM HORTON and MARGARET CUNNINGHAM are:

i. WILLIAM AMOS7 HORTON II, b. December 6, 1933, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; m. AMELIA JEANETTE DOAN, March 15, 1958, Houston, Texas; b. June 10, 1935, San Benito, Cameron County, Texas.

ii. JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM HORTON, b. March 31, 1935, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; m. MARTHA PITTMAN ARCHER, August 1, 1965, Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tennessee; b. 1941.

iii. CHARLES RICHARDSON HORTON III, b. December 17, 1940, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; m. MARGUERITE POOLE, December 19, 1965, Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama; b. 1944.

96. KATHERINE6 HORTON (CHARLES RICHARDSON5, AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born April 11, 1915 in Greene County, Alabama, and died April 14, 1993 in Daphne, Baldwin County, Alabama. She married WILBERT HALL ARCHIBALD67 June 12, 1947 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, son of SAMUEL ARCHIBALD and EMMIE GARDNER. He was born January 20, 1914 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama, and died March 8, 1966 in Pleasant Ridge,Greene County, Alabama67.

Child of KATHERINE HORTON and WILBERT ARCHIBALD is:

i. JANE HALL7 ARCHIBALD67, b. December 11, 1950, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; m. (1) JOHN W. ABRAMS67, Private; b. 1943; m. (2) GILES DAVID CHAPMAN III67, Private; b. 1953.

97. HUGH CLIFFORD6 HORTON II (CHARLES RICHARDSON5, AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born November 24, 1917 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama, and died March 14, 1978 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama. He married EMMIE ARCHIBALD67 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama, daughter of SAMUEL ARCHIBALD and EMMIE GARDNER. She was born November 27, 1922 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama67, and died December 21, 1993 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama67.

Child of HUGH HORTON and EMMIE ARCHIBALD is:

i. HUGH CLIFFORD7 HORTON III, b. June 5, 1954, Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama; Adopted child; m. JOAN ANNETTE SANSING, August 25, 1973; b. Myrtlewood, Marengo County, Alabama.

Notes for HUGH CLIFFORD HORTON III:

Yes I am that person . I have two children Jennifer Paige Horton Jordan

born May 27, 1975,[ married Grady Daniel Jordan on Sept. 28, 1996 . they

have no children]. Shanna Lee Horton born October 6, 1988. I married

Joan Annette Sansing on Aug. 25, 1973.

Who are you? We must be kin since you are inquiring about all my people

in Green County on the net. I do

not have any siblings .

Hope this helps .

98. THOMAS HAMILTON6 HORTON I (CHARLES RICHARDSON5, AMOS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born April 17, 1923 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama. He married (1) WALTON BOATWRIGHT. He married (2) BROOKES E. HORTON. She was born 1942.

Children of THOMAS HORTON and WALTON BOATWRIGHT are:

i. THOMAS HAMILTON7 HORTON II, b. 1952.

ii. LOUISE FERGUSON HORTON, b. 1954; m. JOSEPH B. BRUNSON I; b. 1951.

iii. GREY HORTON, b. 1956; m. MARTHA CATLEDGE; b. 1957.

iv. SALLIE HORTON, b. 1962; m. JOHN BARDIN SHEPPARD.

Children of THOMAS HORTON and BROOKES HORTON are:

v. WILLIAM C.7 CARSWELL, b. 1960.

vi. CAREW A. CARSWELL, b. 1962.

99. EDWARD BOYD6 HORTON (FREDRICK5, ROBERT LIONEL4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born April 25, 1918 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. He married CLARA CAMP. She was born June 18, 1918 in Lineville, Clay County, Alabama.

Notes for EDWARD BOYD HORTON:

When 12 years old ran away from home, jumped on a train, and ended up in Amory, MIssissippi.

Was in WWII, in N. Africa, Sicily, Italy. In medical Corps.

Child of EDWARD HORTON and CLARA CAMP is:

i. ROBERT JAY7 HORTON, b. November 10, 1950, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama; m. LINDA HOWELL, July 22, 1972, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama; b. June 30, 1952, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

100. CAROL ELIZABETH6 OWENS (BESSIE HARKNESS5 HORTON, MOSES BETTUS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born May 31, 1912 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County,Alabama, and died September 4, 1993 in Tillman's Corner, Mobile County, Alabama. She married KENNETH C. MASSINGILL December 27, 1935 in Marian, Arkansas, son of SAMUEL MASSINGILL and RUBY SHAW. He was born October 30, 1909 in Pickens County, Alabama, and died February 3, 1968 in Buntin Farm, Pickens County, Alabama.

Child of CAROL OWENS and KENNETH MASSINGILL is:

i. CAROL ANNE7 MASSINGILL, b. November 13, 1945, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama; Adopted child; m. GENTRY ROGERS, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

101. EVERETT CLARENCE6 OWENS II (BESSIE HARKNESS5 HORTON, MOSES BETTUS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born October 17, 1914 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County,Alabama, and died April 15, 1977 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. He married (1) VIRIE PONSELLE LIPHAM January 26, 1957 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, daughter of WILBURN LIPHAM and MELLIE COFIELD. She was born October 21, 1926 in Big Springs, Randolph County, Alabama. He married (2) ANTIONETTE BORDERS, daughter of AUGUSTINE BORDERS and THELMA MCNAIR. She was born July 2, 1918 in Clayton, Barbour County, Alabama, and died March 5, 1954 in Eufaula, Alabama.

Notes for EVERETT CLARENCE OWENS II:

Everett C. Owens, Jr. was born in 1914 just one year before his grandfather Hugh Lafayette Owens died. "Fate" likely just bearly had opportunity to enjoy his first grandson. Everett's younger brother Robert or "Bob" was his constant companion, sharing chores, milking cows, hauling cotton, scaling logs in their father and uncles' saw mill, and fighting each other. Not infrequently did the elder Everett have to take the switch to the boys. He with the rest of his siblings rode a school bus to Eutaw High School after the grammer school in Pleasant Ridge was completed. A favorite of Everett's in school was literature, particularly Shakespear and Coleridge's "Rime of the Ancient Mariner." While he wanted and knew all the lines of Mark Anthony in "Julius Cesar" he only got parts such as Second Citizen, with lines such as "Hail Cesar!"

Everett graduated from Eutaw High School in 1932, and joined the Civilian Conservation Corps in July 1933, the year of its inception by FDR, when it was administered by the U.S. Army. He was in a CCC camp in Bay Minnette until December 1933 and worked on what is now Claude Kelly State Park. The activities of the camp included clearing trees and building roads in the woods. During this time he participated in the boxing matches held in the camp. In 1934 he enrolled at Alabama Polytechnic Institute at Auburn.

After graduation in May 1938, Everett was employed by the Soil Conservation Service, Montgomery, Alabama, as a Soil Conservation Field Service Technician for one year, September 1938 to September 1939. In this capacity he planned cropping systems and supervised work in Butler County, Alabama. Also he farmed on a beef cattle, corn, and cotton farm.

In September 1939 Everett took a position with Farm Security Administration as a County Agricultural Agent, at Troy, Alabama. He worked in this position until March 1942, when he entered active service with the United States Army. In this position with Farm Security, Everett supervised the making of farm loans, use of loans, and farm work. He checked on crop and chattel security of loans, also collecting and making payments of loans when due.  

Children of EVERETT OWENS and VIRIE LIPHAM are:

i. SCOTT WILBURN7 OWENS, b. August 4, 1958, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; m. (1) LINDA ALICE KNIGHT, December 5, 1987, Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama; b. September 10, 1960, Albequeque, New Mexico; m. (2) KATHRYN ANNE ALBRYCHT, January 20, 1996, Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi; b. November 27, 1964, Biloxi, Harrison County, Mississippi.

ii. AMY ELIZABETH OWENS, b. September 10, 1964, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; m. DANIEL SETH WEINSTEIN, September 28, 1996, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; b. June 20, 1968, Manhasset, Long Island, New York.

Notes for AMY ELIZABETH OWENS:

Work history : Associate Buyer , Mercantile Stores, New York NY

Market Specialist, Atkins Merchandising, New York NY

Clientele Specialist, Banana Republic, New York NY

Product Developer/Manager & Buyer, The Forgotten Woman,

New York, NY

Child of EVERETT OWENS and ANTIONETTE BORDERS is:

iii. EVERETT CLARENCE7 OWENS III, b. January 27, 1942, Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama; m. JAMIE SUMMERVILLE, January 17, 1970, Aliceville, Pickens County,Alabama; b. November 4, 1946.

102. CIVILLE HARKNESS6 OWENS I (BESSIE HARKNESS5 HORTON, MOSES BETTUS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born January 3, 1919 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died March 14, 2002 in Gordo, Pickens County, Alabama. She married (1) UNDERWOOD 1942. She married (2) GRADY LEE BROWN December 15, 1946 in Columbus, Loundes County, Mississippi. He was born November 18, 1921 in Gordo, Pickens County, Alabama, and died August 2, 2001 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

Child of CIVILLE OWENS and UNDERWOOD is:

i. CIVILLE HARKNESS7 OWENS II, b. May 18, 1943, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

Children of CIVILLE OWENS and GRADY BROWN are:

ii. GRADY LEE7 BROWN II, b. January 8, 1950, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County,Alabama; m. JOAN NOLAND, Gordo, Pickens County, Alabama; b. May 2, 1949.

iii. MARY HORTON BROWN, b. March 8, 1952, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County,Alabama; m. SHELBY DON NEESE, March 23, 1973, Gordo, Pickens County, Alabama; b. March 10, 1953, Panama City, Florida.

103. KENNETH HORTON6 OWENS I (BESSIE HARKNESS5 HORTON, MOSES BETTUS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born June 17, 1921 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died April 30, 1986 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. He married CHARLOTTE OLIVER 1949 in Panola, Sumter County, Alabama, daughter of JAMIE OLIVER. She was born October 9, 1928.

Children of KENNETH OWENS and CHARLOTTE OLIVER are:

i. KENNETH HORTON7 OWENS II, b. August 30, 1950, Macon, Noxubee County, Mississippi; m. (1) BETTY HERRING; m. (2) JUDY.

ii. JULIA ANN OWENS, b. July 2, 1953, Macon, Noxubee County, Mississippi; m. (1) HARDY; m. (2) HAROLD, December 2001, Oregon.

104. BETTY JANE6 OWENS (BESSIE HARKNESS5 HORTON, MOSES BETTUS4, WILLIAM3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born November 5, 1929 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama. She married THOMAS COLEMAN FINLEY I November 5, 1948 in Columbus, Loundes County, Mississippi, son of THOMAS FINLEY and MAMIE COLEMAN. He was born March 8, 1929 in Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama.

Children of BETTY OWENS and THOMAS FINLEY are:

i. BETTY OWENS7 FINLEY, b. July 26, 1949, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; m. MICHAEL L. MULLIN, December 21, 1978, New Orleans, Louisiana; b. April 2, 1952, Passaic, New Jersey.

ii. CAROL OWENS FINLEY, b. August 11, 1951, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; m. OLLIE ROBINSON HOPKINS, August 21, 1971, Cuba, Sumter County ,Alabama; b. November 5, 1951, Meridian, Mississippi.

iii. CIVILLE OWENS FINLEY, b. August 9, 1952, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; m. WILLIAM THOMAS CATLETT, December 26, 1975, York, Sumter County, Alabama; b. February 14, 1950.

iv. THOMAS COLEMAN FINLEY II, b. December 2, 1953, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; d. June 13, 1982, York, Sumter County, Alabama.

v. SUZANNE OWENS FINLEY, b. January 7, 1971, Demopolis, Marengo County,Alabama; Adopted child; m. GRANT TUCKER GALLAGHER, June 5, 1993, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama; b. August 21, 1972.

Notes for SUZANNE OWENS FINLEY:

Daughter of Civille Owens Finley, adopted by her grandparents when Civille was not able to raise her..

105. MARY ELIZABETH6 OWENS IV (BESSIE MAE5 HORTON, GEORGE ALGERNON4, JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born August 22, 1918 in Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama, and died January 20, 1988 in Tusculoosa,Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. She married ROBERT MCQUEEN RABON II, son of ROBERT MCQUEEN RABON I. He was born December 18, 1918, and died 1972.

Children of MARY OWENS and ROBERT RABON are:

i. ELIZABETH ANN7 RABON, b. December 22, 1942; m. GEORGE NOONER DOWNER III, August 15, 1965; b. April 10, 1943; d. September 1, 1995.

ii. MARY KATHERINE RABON, b. September 9, 1946; m. MICHAEL JAMES LILES, August 16, 1969; b. September 19, 1945.

iii. ROBERT MCQUEEN RABON III, b. August 27, 1948; m. OUIDA CLEMENTS, November 24, 1973; b. August 17, 1949.

106. GEORGE LAFAYETTE6 OWENS (BESSIE MAE5 HORTON, GEORGE ALGERNON4, JOHN D.3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 CHAMBLEE, ISAAC1) was born November 8, 1921 in Greene County, Alabama, and died September 18, 1965 in Aliceville, Pickens County, Alabama. He married ALICE RAYE SKINNER August 12, 1946 in Columbus, Lowndes County, Mississippi, daughter of WILLIAM SKINNER and ALICE HALE. She was born December 18, 1925 in Macon, Noxubee County, Mississippi, and died November 8, 1994 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.

Children of GEORGE OWENS and ALICE SKINNER are:

i. PEGGY7 OWENS, b. 1947.

ii. ELIZABETH RAYE OWENS, b. July 13, 1949; m. ROBERT HUDSON RAYNOR, January 30, 1971; b. July 16, 1946.

107. CURTIS IRVIN6 EATMAN II (FRANK IRVIN5, CURTIS IRVIN4, SARAH H.3 CHAMBLEE, LOUIS2, ISAAC1) was born November 18, 1920 in Greene County, Alabama, and died November 9, 1996 in Mantua, Greene County, Alabama. He married ELIZABETH GORDON LAMAR April 27, 1946.

 

Children of CURTIS EATMAN and ELIZABETH LAMAR are:

i. CURTIS IRVIN7 EATMAN III, b. May 12, 1947; m. VIRGINIA RUTH MIDDLETON, December 15, 1968; b. January 21, 1945, Lewiston, Greene County, Alabama.

ii. DALE ELIZABETH EATMAN, b. May 1, 1950; m. (1) JOSEPH TRAVIS GLOVER II; m. (2) CLYDE EVANS LOVINGGOOD, September 4, 1971.

iii. JANE BRADKEY EATMAN, b. January 30, 1952; m. RODNEY MOFFIT PIPER; b. South Carolina.

108. MARY PATTON6 EATMAN (FRANK IRVIN5, CURTIS IRVIN4, SARAH H.3 CHAMBLEE, LOUIS2, ISAAC1) was born January 18, 1925 in Greene County, Alabama. She married BERNARD HARWOOD INGE October 27, 1948.

Children of MARY EATMAN and BERNARD INGE are:

i. DRURA TERESA7 INGE, b. August 22, 1949; m. VERNON CHRIS BEEKER II, January 22, 1972.

ii. MARY BERNARD INGE, b. November 22, 1951; m. ANDREW COLBERT SCOTT, February 5, 1977.

Endnotes

1. tombstone, Horton Cemetery, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

2. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 12, Ed. 1, (Release date: July 28, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #3304, Date of Import: Aug 25, 1998.

3. 1850 Census, Madison County, Mississippi.

4. Marriage Book A, Greene County, Alabama.

5. 1850 Census, Greene County, Alabama.

6. Marriage Book A, Greene County, Alabama.

7. tombstone, Horton Cemetery, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

8. tombstone Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

9. tombstone, Horton Cemetery, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

10. tombstone Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

11. tombstone, Horton Cemetery, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

12. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 9, Ed. 1, (Release date: March 31, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #2843, Date of Import: Nov 2, 1997.

13. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 12, Ed. 1, (Release date: July 28, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #3304, Date of Import: Aug 25, 1998.

14. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

15. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

16. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

17. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

18. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

19. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670.

20. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

21. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670.

22. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

23. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670.

24. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

25. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

26. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670.

27. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

28. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670.

29. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

30. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

31. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670.

32. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

33. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

34. Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Aug 18, 1997.

35. Marriage Book B, Greene County, Alabama.

36. tombstone, Ebenezer Presbyterian Church, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama.

37. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 7, Ed. 1, Tree #0236, Date of Import: Apr 7, 1997

38. tombstone Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

39. tombstone, Old Bethany Cemetery, Vienna, Pickens County, Alabama.

40. 1900 Alabama Census.

41. tombstone Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

42. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 12, Ed. 1, (Release date: July 28, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #3304, Date of Import: Aug 25, 1998.

43. tombstone, Ebenezer Presbyterian Church, Clinton, Greene County, Alabama.

44. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Nov 30, 1998.

45. tombstone, Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetary.

46. tombstone Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

47. tombstone, Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetary.

48. tombstone Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

49. tombstone, Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetary.

50. tombstone Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama.

51. steele.ftw, Date of Import: Apr 2, 1999.

52. Carol Ann Massingill, Mobile, Alabama.

53. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 19, Ed. 1, (Release date: March 13, 1998), "CD-ROM," Tree #0880, Date of Import: Dec 2, 1998.

54. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #2532, Date of Import: Sep 6, 1997

55. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 19, Ed. 1, (Release date: March 13, 1998), "CD-ROM," Tree #0880, Date of Import: Dec 2, 1998.

56. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #2532, Date of Import: Sep 6, 1997

57. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 19, Ed. 1, (Release date: March 13, 1998), "CD-ROM," Tree #0880, Date of Import: Dec 2, 1998.

58. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 18, Ed. 1, (Release date: March 27, 1998), "CD-ROM," Tree #1015, Date of Import: Dec 1, 1998.

59. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #2532, Date of Import: Sep 6, 1997

60. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 18, Ed. 1, (Release date: March 27, 1998), "CD-ROM," Tree #1015, Date of Import: Dec 1, 1998.

61. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #2532, Date of Import: Sep 6, 1997

62. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 18, Ed. 1, (Release date: March 27, 1998), "CD-ROM," Tree #1015, Date of Import: Dec 1, 1998.

63. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #2532, Date of Import: Sep 6, 1997

64. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 18, Ed. 1, (Release date: March 27, 1998), "CD-ROM," Tree #1015, Date of Import: Dec 1, 1998.

65. Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #2532, Date of Import: Sep 6, 1997

66. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 18, Ed. 1, (Release date: March 27, 1998), "CD-ROM," Tree #1015, Date of Import: Dec 1, 1998.

67. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 8, Ed. 1, (Release date: January 12, 1997), "CD-ROM," Tree #1670, Date of Import: Nov 30, 1998.

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