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I have more information on these lines and others, if you go to these pages and click on the specific state and county. I have cemetery information and other documents to look at. Happy Researching!!

My direct WIDEMAN line starts with Thomas Wideman.

1 Thomas Wideman
b: 1762
d: Aft. 1840 in Erwin Switch, Jackson County, Arkansas
.. +?? Patterson
m: 1790 in Laurens Distict, South Carolina
d: Bet. 1800 - 1801 in Jackson County, Georgia

2 Henry Wideman
b: 1794 in North Carolina
d: Bef. June 1880 in Elmore County, Alabama
+Penelope Patterson Teel
b: 1790 in North Carolina
m: 13 February 1818 in Jasper County, Georgia
d: Aft. October 1866 in Elmore County, Alabama

3 Andrew Jackson Wideman
b: May 1827 in Pike County, Georgia
d: 10 November 1904 in New Merkle, Jefferson County, Alabama
+Amelia Ann Griffin
b: March 1824 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama
m: 03 September 1854 in Jefferson County, Alabama
d: 01 November 1913 in Jefferson County, Alabama

4 Penelope "Beanie" Oberina Wideman
b: July 1854 in Shelby County, Alabama
d: 1939 in Gate City, Jefferson County, Alabama
+William "Bud" A. Weldon
b: September 1854 in Alabama
m: 13 November 1875 in Shelby County, Alabama
d: Aft. May 1910 in Garland County, Arkansas



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