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Re: William H. Langley
Posted by: Bill Boyd (ID *****0274) Date: April 01, 2005 at 08:50:27
In Reply to: William H. Langley by David Thomas of 653

I found this on RootsWeb:
If you need the address for this let me know.
Bill Boyd

From Ken Hughey:
I found William H. in the 1850 Coffee County, Al. census. He was married to Salina ? and had two children. The children were Tabitha Missouri Langley and Joseph Jason Langley. Another son would be born later, named James Travis Langley. William H. Langley entered the civil war in Clarke County, Al. in 1862. He would be killed in action only four months later at the battle of Mobile Bay. His wife Salina would remarry to a Nathan Etheridge and have two more daughters named Salina R. and Ida Etheridge. In early 1880s the Langley - Etheridge family would move to Mississippi after the death of Salina's second husband.

Would you happen to know Salina (Langley) Etheridge's maiden name. I can find no marriage records and cannot find her maiden name on William H's war record or Salina's widow's pension record. If you can point me in the right direction, I'd be very appreciative. Thank you.

P.S. William H. Langley and Salina E. Langley are my wife's gr. gr. grandparents.

Ken Hughey

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