Researching the family of William Pinkney 'Pink' Moermand, spelled Mormand, in the marriage records of Pike County, Georgia, 1879, Page 299; he is said to have married [Charlotte] Melvina [spelled Melirra in marriage record] THOMPSON, of Pike County, Georgia...
Surname: Moermand/Mormand may have later changed spelling of surname to 'MOMAN';
Pink Moermand/Mormand/Moman, age 24, and his wife, Melvina, age 22, were living in Dist. 48, GMD 531, Decatur, Ga, 1880;
Wm. P. Moermand/Mormand/Moman age 44, and Mary, age 42, were living in Dist. 48, DeArmanville, Calhoun County, AL, 1900;
Children enumerated in the 1900, 1910 census periods included:
William Monroe Moman, b. 1880, Ga; married nancy Pearl Bryant and lived in Covington County, Alabama;
Julious Martin Moman, 1884, Ga; married Elzer Van ? and lived in Covington County, Alabama;
Leila B. Moman, b. Nov 1885, Ga;
Minnie Moman; b. Nov 1886, Ga;
Ed B. Moman, b. circa 1890, Ga;
Claudia M. Moman, b. 1892, Ga;
Hester L. Moman, b. 1894, Ga;
Emma L. Moman, b. 1898, Ga;
L. G. Moman, 1901, Alabama;
In 1910, William P. Moman, age 53, and Melvinie, age 51, were living on Roden Gap & Lathamville Roads, Lathamville, DeKalb County, Alabama...
to this marriage 13 children were born, and by 1910 they stated of these 13 children, 9 were living.
Would like to correspond with descendants of this marriage, and would like to learn where William P. and Melvinia 'Mary' are buried....
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