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Padgett, Davis, Johnson, Holder
Posted by: Brenda Marshall (ID *****4377) Date: August 10, 2006 at 13:22:03
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The following families were in Barbour Co, AL during the 1850's, and later moving to Butler, Crenshaw Counties. Emaline Padgett married James Davis 6-16-1858 in Barbour Co. Cartherine Padgett married James Johnson 12-17-1856 in Barbour Co. Mary Ann Padgett married John Holder in GA, living in Barbour Co 1860: John 45, Mary 36, Mary J. 12, James A. 6, Susannah 1. Next door F.F. Davis 27, Francis 24, W.F. Davis 4 mos., Howell Davis 37, Catherine 38, Mary 15, Virginia 12, Antonette 2, Thomas 4, Frances 11 mos. I believe the 3 Padgett girls were the daughters of Elijah Padgett b. GA bet. 1790-1800. I have not been able to place this Elijah with a family, but possibly the Elijah Padgett in Muscogee, GA in 1850: Elijah 56, Emaline 23, Wanin/Warren 21, Catherine 18. My Heath family was also in Barbour Co, Emanuel Heath m. Sarah Carrol and later moved to Butler, Crenshaw Co, AL. I would appreciate talking to anyone who might know of the Davis, Padgett, or Johnson families. My grgrgrandmother Lillie Davis, daughter of Eligia Davis and Lizzie Sharp. Eligia, son of James Davis and Emeline Padgett. Lillie married Frank Monroe Heath, son of Lemuel Heath and Mary Holland, son of Emanuel Heath.


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