2 edition of descendants of Hugh Stanaland, an early settler of Pike County, Alabama found in the catalog.
descendants of Hugh Stanaland, an early settler of Pike County, Alabama
Dorothy Stanaland Samuel
|Statement||compiled by Dorothy Stanaland Samuel.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S7836 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||129 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||75306052|
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The descendants of Hugh Stanaland, an early settler of Pike County, Alabama by Dorothy Stanaland Samuel,Samuel edition, in English. The descendants of Hugh Stanaland, an early settler of Pike County, Alabama by Dorothy Stanaland Samuel; 1 edition; First published in ; People: Stanaland family.
About Hugh Stanaland Interesting background history in this excerpt from Dorothy Stanaland Samuel's "The Descendants of Hugh Stanaland, an Early Settler of Pike County, Alabama" (Montgomery, Alabama: Brown Printing Co., ), pp.
The Descendants of Hugh Stanaland An Early Settler of Pike County, Alabama (Book): Samuel, Dorothy Stanaland. Another book is entitled:"The Descendants of Hugh Stanaland, an early settler of Pike County, Alabama", written in by Dorothy Stanaland hed by Brown Printing Company, Montgomery, book was reprinted in Hope this helps all Stanaland researchers.
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Pike County is in the SE part of Alabama. As an early name Hugh held a very important position, and it is clothed in holy associations. There was a 'St.
Hugh'. Abbot of Cluny, ; 'St. Hugh' Bishop of Grenoble, ; 'St. Hugh' Bishop of Lincoln, ; and, above all, the celebrated infant martyr, 'St.
Hugh,' of. Author of The descendants of Hugh Stanaland, an early settler of Pike County, Alabama, The descendants of Augustine and Hedwig Schmidt of Demopolis, Alabama, The Samuell/Samuel families of Tidewater Virginia.
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The source for this narrative was a book entitled Early Floyds of Pike County, Alabama, and Some of Their Descendants written and published by James P. Floyd and Dr. Hugh L. Taylor. Appreciation is expressed to Lisa (Patterson) Mollitor for making the book available.
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Software. An illustration of two photographs. History of Pike county from to Item Preview remove-circle. He was the son of 8. Elisha Sellers and 9. Mary Willets. He married 5. Sarah Stanaland J in Brunswick County, North Carolina.
Sarah Stanaland, born Aug in Brunswick County, North Carolina; died J in Pike County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Hugh Stanaland and Sarah Ogden. Author of The descendants of Augustine and Hedwig Schmidt of Demopolis, Alabama, The descendants of Hugh Stanaland, an early settler of Pike County, Alabama, The Samuell/Samuel families of Tidewater Virginia.
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I have the 2 books STANALANDs in the US by Schuyler STANALAND, and The Descendants of Hugh STANALAND, an early settler of Pike County Alabama by Dorothy STANALAND SAMUEL. These are helpful books but there are many remaining lots of room for learning more about the line's history.
Author of The Samuell/Samuel families of Tidewater Virginia, The descendants of Augustine and Hedwig Schmidt of Demopolis, Alabama, The descendants of Hugh Stanaland, an early settler of Pike County, Alabama. Book: Requires cookie* 1: Title: The descendants of Hugh Stanaland, an early settler of Pike County, Alabama Creator: Samuel, Dorothy Stanaland, Alabama, U.S., Death Index, This database is an index of deaths recorded by the State of Alabama, USA, from to The index includes name of the deceased, county of death, date of death, and the state certificate number (volume and page).
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AN EXCERPT FROM EARLY HISTORY OF PIKE COUNTY ALABAMA (Covering the period from to ) 1 By MRS. MARGARET PACE FARMER 2. Pike County, Alabama, was organized infour years after Alabama had become a territory and two years after it had been created a state.
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Family records state that William BROWN (c–Feb./Aug) was of Scotch and. PEYTON G. BOWMAN BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY ( – ) Jefferson County, Alabama Peyton G. Bowman was an attorney at law in Birmingham, Alabama.
He Read More BIOGRAPHY: Peyton Green Bowman born November 9, – photograph. Charles Wells went early last winter to seek a place in the western country - - a few days ago he returned & will soon go off. Robert Little and William Hartgrave has made but one crop, and had been preparing to remove to Cumberland 6 weeks before orders-- One of the William Taylor's lives in side the line - tends a little ground out -- Much more might be said on the concern.
Early Will Records of Adams County, Mississippi. () GS F A2 B37 Blain, William T. Education in the Old Southwest. () GS LD J B "Britain Loses Natchez, an Unpublished Letter," Journal of Mississippi History, January includes names of early settlers.
Alabama County Marriages, includes Pike County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Divorce records, Viewing restrictions may apply (Source: FamilySearch) An Index to Pike County, Alabama, Divorces (Source: ). Mississippi Genealogy. This state page of our website provides direct links to free Mississippi genealogy databases and historical titles and information found on Mississippi Genealogy, whether they exist on our site, or across the web.
Alabama was admitted into the Union, by Act of Congress March 2d, The county of Pickens, while Alabama was a Territory and before the organization of this County was connected with Tuscaloosa, a civil and political division, and, up tothe Courts of that County had jurisdiction over all the Alabama Territory on the west of her.
CENSUS – PIKE COUNTY, ALABAMA. Transcribed for Genealogy Trails by Michael Upchurch Proofed by BW. Transcribed by Pauline Jones Gandrud, Caplewood Terrace, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Pike County was formed 7 Dec. from Henry and Montgomery Cos. County seat is Troy. Smith is an English-language surname originating in the British Isles. The name originally derives from smio or smip, the Old English term meaning one who works in metal, related to the word smitan, the Old English form of smite, which also meant strike (as in early 17th century Biblical English: the verb to smite meaning to hit).
The Old English word smip comes from the Proto-Germanic word smi. “Discover the difficulties our ancestors faced in this historical fiction series of an Alabama family who settled on the Eastern Shore of Virginia in and migrated to Alabama in the early ’s.“ But there is one notable characteristic in their seeking new homes wherever they go.
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Little-known Tennessee records are published and indexed, along with family genealogies, Bible records and material submitted by members. My McCall Family Scotland and Ireland to America; Pennyslvania, Georgia, Alabama & Florida +++++ A Brief History by Matthew Morgan McCall, M.D., Alikchi Chukma of the Choctaws Early recorded data of the McCall family locates it in the vicinity of Loch Fyne in Argyll County, Scotland.
Catalog Resources Services Programs Databases Digital Library Genealogy Archives Press Birmingham Public Library - Virtual Library - Subject Resources - Selected Resources for Alabama. Pike County was created on Dec. The county boundaries changed several times before being set at their current locations in The county was named for Gen.
Zebulon Pike (New Jersey), a soldier in the War of The first county seat was established at Louisville, later moved to Monticello and finally located in Troy in In Pike County. Alabama (now Bullock Co.). Pretty good records of Samuel and his descendants are known thanks to his seventh chi Id, Hosea Pickett Sellers.
Samuel married Sarah Stanaland on J She was born August ~, 17 86 In North Carolina and died J 7, In Pike County.
Alabama (now Bullock Co.). Hugh Campbell 30 Oct Galston, Ayrshire, Scotland - abt managed by Jean Skar David Campbell 09 Jan Galston, Ayrshire, Scotland - abt Jun managed by May Kean Andrew Campbell 06 Sep Galston, Ayrshire, Scotland - 21 Jan. Early American Marriages: Alabama to Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers, 19xx.
Hunting For Bears, comp. Alabama marriage information taken from county courthouse records. Many of these records were extracted from copies of the original records in microfilm, microfiche, or book format, located at the Family History Library.Pike County, AL Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records If you live in Banks, Brundidge, Goshen, or Troy in Pike County, Alabama, you can obtain birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, or divorce certificates in person at the Pike County Clerk office.The Genealogy of the Worthington Family of Alabama, South Carolina, Virginia, and Ohio; The Gladney Family Tree; The Glasgow Family of Kilwaugheter Parish, County Antrim, Northern Ireland and America; The Hamner Genealogy, Some Descendants of Samuel Hamner; The Henderson Family of Pike County, Alabama and Related Families.