Estate settlement of Dallas J. Kirby No 2099 and J.J. Kirby No 2133 Jackson Co., Oklahoma.
Corleys Corleys Corleys compiled by Lilliane Corley
Book 5 Marriage Records 1865-1871, Madison Co., AL (Huntsville)
Census Records 1870 Jackson Co. AL
1850 Schedule I - Free Inhabitants in District No. 21 in the County of Jackson, AL
1880 US Census, Jackson Co., AL, p 210A family 45
South Carolina in the Revolutionary War by Sarah Irvine, 1949.
Interview of Cloie Land Lindsay Hannah, Shreveport, LA 71129. 10/95 ltr. By Josephine Lindsay Bass. Copy of Family History of Benjamin Lokey and Mary Taylor sent by Cloie Land Lindsay Hannah to Josephine Bass on 8 Oct 2004.
Tombstone Inscriptions of Limestone County, AL (Excluding City Cemeteries), compiled and edited by Linda H. Smith, Limestone County Historical Society.
1850 Census District 20 Jackson Co., AL
McCants, Wall and Related Families, Robbie McCants Jones, D. Armstrong Co., Inc. Houston, TX, 1982. P.O. Box 1323, Livingston, TX 77351; EMail: email@example.com
Robert Dunbar, Charleston, SC. EMail: firstname.lastname@example.org 1998
Will recorded Aug. 29, 1842 Will Book D, p. 13 in Williamsburgh District.
Interview: Jean Hurley Chambers, Little Rock AR, by Rebecca Bass Bonner 1995
"Willcoxen and Related Families"
The Mercury, 19 Dec 1883, Vol. 19, #51 (Huntsville newspaper)
Collection of Research of Josephine Lindsay Bass email: email@example.com 216 Beach Park Lane, Cape Canaveral, Fl 32920-5003. 321-868-1771
Interview with Carol and Carl Matlock July 4, 1995. By Rebecca Bass Bonner.
Jack Sachse obituary notice in the newspaper (obtained from Beverly Bonner)
Bertha Kirby obituary notice in newspaper (obtained from Beverly Bonner)
Tombstone inscription: Old Paint Rock Cemetery, Jackson Co. AL
Letter from Dorothy Goodrich dated July 14, 1995.
Harrison Genealogy Repository, Becky Bass Bonner email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://freepages.genealogy_html/~harrisonrep/ (formerly email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com) (Previous websites: binger.uokhsc.edu, rentsv1.uokhsc.edu, moon.ouhsc.edu)
Interview with James Bass, son of Samuel B. Bass - 1995 by Rebecca Bass Bonner.
Pension Application, Zacchaeus Corley.
"The Official Records of the Quakers"
Mary Alice Chambers interview. 1995 by Rebecca Bass Bonner.
Application to DAR (approved) for admission of Clara Moseley O'Hara Allen.
North Alabama Valley Leaves - Tennessee Valley Genealogical Society, Inc. Quarterly Vol 9 #4
Interview with Mark Stearns 23 July 1995 by Rebecca Bass Bonner. Email: MSTEARNS@Uwohali.Com
Limestone Co. AL Marriage Book 1886-1891, page 378.
Betty Lindsay Taylor, Athens, AL EMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wedding invitation in the posession of Josephine Lindsay Bass
1850 Mortality Schedule, Limestone Co., AL
Patricia Barbara Finney, Battle Creek Michigan, telephone interview by Josephine Lindsay Bass 1995.
Marriage Book 1879-1886 Limestone Co., AL
Interview with Marie Bass 2 Aug 1995 by Rebecca Bass Bonner
1900 Census records Bosine Co., TX , vol 11, ED 2, Sheet 29 Line 16
Interview with Beverley Bonner, Roland, OK 1989 by Rebecca Bass Bonner.
Census Records,Pike Co., AR, Antoine Twp enumerated 25 Jun 1870 by Red Land, page 201, family 39.
Interview with Aunt Eldred Laverne Bonner 1995 and 1996 by Rebecca Bass Bonner.
Interview with W.R. Bonner 1989, 1994, 1995, by Rebecca Bass Bonner.
1860 Census Records, Walker Co., AL Western District p. 838. Dwelling 486 family 478. Very difficult to read the handwriting so there likely are some misspellings in the names. Also living in same household James S. Johnson age 32M farm laborer.
1850 Census Records, Benton Co., AL 29th SubDivision taken 14th Jan 1851, p. 359 family 423.
"The Migration Pattern of the descendents of Thomas Bonner, a Family History", James C. Bonner, Georgia College, 1967. This book is poorly documented. No index.
The family Bible of Thomas and Elizabeth Duke Bonner in the possession of Judge James William Bonner of Blakely, a great grandson.
"Records of Walker County Alabama including transcriptions from Cullman, Fayette, Marion, Winston, Talladesa and Tuscaloosa Co." by Florence Knight Guttery, 1959
Foscue, Virginia O. Place Names in Alabama. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 1989.
Owen, Thomas McAdory. History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography. Chicago: S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1921.
Marriage license of Mary "Polly" Alvis & William H. Lindsay, 1802 Staunton, VA. Tinkling Springs Presbyterian Church.
"Descendents of Caleb Garrison, Jr. and His Wife Sarah Fleming 1797-1966,"
Midge Garza EMail: email@example.com
Benjamin Frost: A Texan from Tennessee, Ruth Rickaway, D. Armstorng Co., Inc,
William Sachse and Descendants, Cecil Cooper and Robert W. Brand, eds. Printed by Robert W. Brand, 1960.
Kitty Sachse related to Vince Kirby Bonner, info from Rebecca Bass Bonner 1995.
Biographical Sketch fo William Sachse in "Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas,", Chicago, F.A. Battery & Co., 1889.
Dallas County, Texas, Marriage Book B, p. 92
Will - Montgomery Co., TN 27 Jul 1818
Beaufort Co. Will Book A page 525, 12 Sept 1805. Sons Jeremiah and Mercer Cherry were Executors.
Robert Nolen of Jackson, TN and Homer R. Cherry of Kilgore TX
Will of Samuel Cherry II - State Archives, North Carolina dated July 1754, unrecorded. Published in "Abstracts of North Carolina Wills" p. 71 by Grimes.
Will, book D page 340, Edgecombe Co., NC, 29 Oct 1808
"The Thigpen Tribe", by Alice (Whitley) Smith pub. Yanceyville? N.C., 1963, rev. [c1961] CS71.T4 1963, card # 63-54827
"Ancestry of My Children" states that Lemuel and Samuel III were twins.
Will of Samuel M. Cherry - Lower Norfolk Co., VA, South Branch of Elizabeth River, Book 12, p. 3 dated Jan 19, 1733 proved 16 May 1734. Witnesses: George Ballentine and Solomon Cherry. Recorded in Circuit Court of the City of Chesapeaks, VA.
Will of George Ballentine, Sr. - Lower Norfolk Co., VA 1703
Will of Joan Yates - Lower Norfolk, Book E p 11, Oct 22 1664, Witness John Swain
Will of George Ballentine Jr., South Branch Elizabeth River, VA dated 14 Nov 1733 proved 16 Nov 1733.
Will of John Cherry III - Norfolk Co., VA dated April 30, 1754 probated March Court 1755.
Will of John Cherry, Sr. Norfolk Co., VA dated 12 Jan 1698/9 Deed Book 6, Page 130.
Patent Book 1, Part 2, Page 487 Upper Norfolk Co., VA.
Will of Faithful Cherry Lower Norfolk Co., VA in McIntosh' Brief Abstracts of Norfolk Co., Virginia Wills Vol. 2 p. 117.
Will of William Cherry Lower Norfolk Co., VA, Book 1 p. 22 probated 1733
Will of Thomas Cherry Lower Norfolk Co., VA, Book H, p. 224 probated 1748 names children Jeremiah, William, Sarah Brown, Mary Tart, Martha Foreman, Faith Cherry.
Will of Joseph Miller book 5, p. 207 probated 1693 witnesses William Maund, Rebecca and John Cherry.
Will of Thomas Wilson Book 6 p. 243 probated 1702, names children and brother-in-law Thomas Cherry. (also in "Brief Abstracts of Norfolk Co., VA Wills")
Kerry's History and Antiquities of the Hundred of Bray, Berkshire: Pedigree of Cherry of Maidenhead and Bray.
Elizabeth Harris EMail: firstname.lastname@example.org 15 Sep 1995. VA MAG of History & Biography, vol. 73, p. 485. VA Genealogist 15, 105. VA MAG Hist 1, 2,3. Hancock-Brown-Childs Family Bible.
Norfolk Co. VA record book 9:389
Torrence, Virginia Wills and Administrations; will of Richard Ballentine 1734 Norfolk Co.
Will of David Ballentine dated 11 Mar 1749/50, proved 16 Mar 1753, issue 5 children, not named in his will; wife not named
Will of Mary Ballentine dated 10 Jan 1734/5, proved 21 May 1736; married before 1700 Roger Hodges, had issue see Norfolk Co. record book 9, p. 541
Will of John Creekmore dated 3 Jan 1708/9, proved 7 Aug 1711
Wingo, Norfolk Co. VA Marriages, vol. 1
Brown/Chinn family Bible
Bertie Co. Tax List, 1755
Family Bible in the possession of Henry Cherry of Hopkinsville KY in 1963.
Will of Larkin Gatewood signed 1 Oct. 1802 probated 22 Apr 1805 in Elbert Co., GA. (Historical Collections, GA. DAR V)
Will of Henry Gatewood Book E Spotsylvania Co., VA died 28 Jan 1777.
Will of John G. Gatewood dated 14 Nov 1706, probated 10 Jan 1706/7, Farnham Parish, Essex Co. VA p. 328.
William and Mary Quarterly, V. 12 Bible records of John Taylor since destroyed in a house fire.
Family Bible of Mrs. Mary Blackwell which once belonged to John Taylor (1696-1780); copied by the late Mrs. Ruth Mccloy Willis. No date of publication or version was given. Whereabouts of the Bible is now unknown. The transcription has been submitted by Mrs. J. H. Stroud, Box 432, Mcgehee, AR 71654. A copy has been transmitted by General Henry Lee Chapter NSDAR, to the NSDAR Library, Washington, DC. Family Puzzlers, Feb 3, 1977, No. 485, p. 16, 17, 18, & 19. Bible Record of John Taylor and Catherine Pendleton. Family Puzzlers, Feb 3, 1977, No. 485, p. 16, 17, 18, & 19. Bible Record of John Taylor and Catherine Pendleton. The Taylor bible transcribed by Joe Taylor in 1870 from the bible in the possession of Mary Blackwell that was published in the William & Mary Quarterly, Vol. 12, 1903-1904, Series I.
Robert N. Alvis, Boulder, CO. Mail: Rnalvis@aol.com Bob Alvis Rnalvis@aol.com. 10/98 January 26, 2000 URL: www.abebooks.com/home/TOAD) the Green Toad Book Store.
Annie Ruth Yarborough, 17482 Meadows Rd. Athens, AL 35611.
Douglas Register, Goochland Co. VA.
The Alvis Exchange, No 30, Fall 1995. Edward Arthur Alvis and Katherine Alvis Patterson, publishers.
The Alvis Exchange, No 28, Spring 1995. Edward Arthur Alvis and Katherine Alvis Patterson, publishers. No. 50 Winter 2000 p. 50-2
IGI International Genealogical Index, LDS
Charles Averre email: CAVERRE@PPENT1.PPATH.NCSU.EDU
John Reddell (1730-1800) of Maryland and Points West and his Reddell/Riddell/Riddle Descendants in the USA, compiled by William Doyle and Frieda Askew Reddell, Lubock TX
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