We've all moved over to groups.io but this group on Rootsweb will be up until March 2nd. Rick B On Fri, Feb 21, 2020, 7:36 PM Tom Dunklin via ALJACKSO < email@example.com> wrote: > > Roots Web wasn’t supposed to close until March. Is this site still active? > PAULA DUNKLIN > > Sent From My IPAD > > _______________________________________________ > ==== ALJACKSO Mailing List ==== > ALJACKSO@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, ALJACKSOfirstname.lastname@example.org > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe > https://email@example.com > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community >
Roots Web wasn’t supposed to close until March. Is this site still active? PAULA DUNKLIN Sent From My IPAD
I’m confused......is this list the same list as Jacksongeneology@yahoogroups.com I’ve been offline for quite awhile and some things look different. Sent from my iPad PAULA DUNKLIN
october 29, 1843 james (jim) washington Columbus hood was born in larkin's fork, Jackson county, Alabama. larkin's fork is in the northwest part of Jackson county. Jim was the first child of William a. and Mary Ann Reid hood. they were farmers in the paint rock valley of Jackson county, Alabama. jim was named after william’s brother who drowned when he was a young man. November 29, 1862 jim enlisted as a private in company I of the 55th Alabama volunteers for the confederate states of America at bellefonte, Jackson County, Alabama. Jim’s service records describe him as being five feet, nine inches tall, with light hair, blue eyes, and a fair complexion. July 20, 1864 Jim was captured by union general William t. sherman's troops at the battle of peach tree creek near Atlanta, Georgia. general john bell hood (no relation) was Jim's confederate commander in chief. jim was sent to Nashville, tennessee as a prisoner of war. jim had been wounded in the arm. november 21, 1864 jim was transferred to a POW camp in Louisville, Kentucky. a military prison had been established in Louisville in 1862, primarily as a collection and distribution center for prisons further north. prisoners who stayed in Louisville were those who were badly wounded or too sick. apparently jim was one of those. the military prison was located on Broadway, between tenth and eleventh. The sick and wounded prisoners were treated at a hospital at the prison buildings (military hospital No. 2), or at one of the branches of the Eruptive General Hospital. june 17, 1865 after war’s end jim was discharged and returned to Jackson county.
Hi everyone! Sorry to start another thread of messages so close to a Surname Shout Out but with the lists being down the first part of the year it threw my scheduling off. Hope you don't mind... With this being the Memorial Day Weekend, I thought it would it be interesting to post one ancestor we have in our family trees who served in one of the many wars and battles we fought in US History. Obviously it has to be an ancestor from this county. :) Give a brief biography of that person including the unit and war he or she was in, a POW, injuries, plus the usual genealogical stuff. Thanks in advance and have a safe weekend! Rick B Admin
John WILLIAMS. Paint Rock, Jackson Co., AL. Wife Christina, daughter Thirza Williams Blackwell Mann. Need info. on the parents? of John Wiliams. Brenda Vanderpool Brockman
William Brown GREEN B. 1795 VA D. 1837 Jackson Co. Al. -----Original Message----- From: Richard Berkheiser <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: aljackso <email@example.com> Sent: Fri, 18 May 2018 21:37 Subject: ([ALJACKSO])Surname Shout Out Hi everyone! Just letting you know that the lists are back up and running again so to "celebrate" our return I'm initiating a first ever Surname Shout Out. A Surname Shout Out works like a Roll Call where we all post an ancestor we're totally stumped on. Happy Hunting! Rick B Admin _______________________________________________ ==== ALJACKSO Mailing List ==== ALJACKSO@rootsweb.com To contact the List Administrator: Rick Berkheiser, ALJACKSOfirstname.lastname@example.org _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://email@example.com/ Archives: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/ Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community
If you have Hood or Houston or Reid in your family, please let me know - they live in Jackson and DeKalb Counties. peace from Kathy
I am stumped on Daniel Jackson who was on 1850 census with wife, Christian Stewart. and 3 sons Alexander, Thomas & William born 1850. Wife died same yr. Her brother, aAlexander Stewart remained in household until Daniel died before 1860 census. I found Alexander in Texas in Brady household. Alexander Stewart there too, is how I knew this was my Alexander Jackson. Do not know what happened to Thomas or if William survived at all without mother. Daniel is listed as born. N C. about 1831. No idea where in N C & no clue for parents. Other than Alexander was name of oldest son, so Alexander is just possible name for father of Daniel. Any little thing appreciated. Been stumped for 15 years. Alexander J Jackson is my direct line. He married Amy Lankford in TX and they lived in Elm mott in McLennan Co. Tx. has a son named Clate Alexander Jackson who married Josephine Bralley.Cant get to PC right now due to remodel, but have marriage record & death record for Christian, wife of Daniel. Cannot find death record of Daniel in Coosa Co Al. But A John Jackson also lived in Coosa and was b. NC. Suspect connection. Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
Hi everyone! Just letting you know that the lists are back up and running again so to "celebrate" our return I'm initiating a first ever Surname Shout Out. A Surname Shout Out works like a Roll Call where we all post an ancestor we're totally stumped on. Happy Hunting! Rick B Admin
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I seem to have just found two different Burch families. It could be the same Burch family thou. William Stapleton Burch was a son of Thomas. He was born in 14 Jun 1809 in NC and died 1872 in AL. He married Lucinda "Polly" Carlton and when she died Emily Caroline Matlock. I believe the N B Burch you found is his son Napoleon Bonaparte Burch. The one I'm looking for is W. S. Burch who married Harriet Keith Ervin who while on a visit to her aunt in Darlington Co, SC died. She had a daughter Rosalie who married J Theodore Herpin b. 1829 d. 1868 and maybe S. C. Theilgard 20 Oct 1874 in Mobile, AL. Both W. S. Burch's were born about the same time but one in NC and one in SC. It's possible they are from the same family but distantly related. No proof thou. Another branch of the family moved to Mt. Meigs, Montgomery, AL. For some reason they seem to have floated between AL and MS. What gets strange is nephews went with the uncle and everybody thought for years he was a son when he was actually a nephew but nobody knows who he is the son of, named John Clothier Burch born 1803 in SC and died 1837 in Montgomery AL. Since everybody says he died of a slit throat I can't help but think Indians but again no proof.
Hi Delilah, your mention of the town of Stevenson, in Jackson Co got my attention. If you would help me, I would love to know how it got it's name and the names of the Stevensons the town is named for . I have Stevensons in my line from AL and this might be very very helpful to know if they are connected to this town. Thanks, Molly ----- Original Message ----- From: "delilah" <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: "Andrina Womack" <email@example.com> Sent: Sunday, June 03, 2012 10:19 AM Subject: Re: [ALJACKSO] Burch family >I found 2 reference to BURCH I my Jackson County book - not much >information > > COUNTY COMMISIONERS > 1888 N.B. BURCH > > > STEVENSON - a town > "The first settlers came here about 1825, mostly from TN. & VA. A few > small > cabins were erected.Names of some settlers include N.B. BURCH. > > delilah evans
I found 2 reference to BURCH I my Jackson County book - not much information COUNTY COMMISIONERS 1888 N.B. BURCH STEVENSON - a town "The first settlers came here about 1825, mostly from TN. & VA. A few small cabins were erected.Names of some settlers include N.B. BURCH. delilah evans -----Original Message----- From: Andrina Womack Sent: Sunday, June 03, 2012 10:25 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [ALJACKSO] Burch family Searching for family of William Stapleton Burch son of Thomas he was born in 1809. Would love to see better copy of his bible and love to know who his father was the son of. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to ALJACKSOemail@example.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message
I have a book "History of Jackson County Alabama" by John Robert KENNAMER - if you ant me to check for a name, please send e-mil to my personal e-mail, please give all info you can delilah evans -----Original Message----- From: Andrina Womack Sent: Sunday, June 03, 2012 10:25 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [ALJACKSO] Burch family Searching for family of William Stapleton Burch son of Thomas he was born in 1809. Would love to see better copy of his bible and love to know who his father was the son of. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to ALJACKSOemail@example.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message
Searching for family of William Stapleton Burch son of Thomas he was born in 1809. Would love to see better copy of his bible and love to know who his father was the son of.
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