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Re: Willie/William-son Henry Alsbrooks b1800
Posted by: rachel jackson (ID *****7718) Date: October 14, 2006 at 18:47:40
In Reply to: Re: Willie/William-son Henry Alsbrooks b1800 by Betty Darlene Crossland of 432

wonderful- I would love to know more- any chance you know who Kiddy is that was married to William (willie) when he did in 1837?

This is what i have and please let me know if correct or not:

William (Willie) Alsbrooks died intestate 1831 while residing in Robertson county, TN. He was married to a KIDDY Last nake unknown...
robt county will book 7 1829-32
pg 365- willie allsbrook inventory and sale
pg 470 widow (kiddy) yr provision

Will book 8 1831-35
pg 108, 136, 257 willie alsbrook A.C.

7-365 willie alsbrook Inv and sale
among buyers- kiddy alsbrook, henry alsbrook, catherine alsbrook, david alsbrook, abigail alsbrook

amount of sale $314.18 1/4
benjamin rawls admin. feb 1831

In the division of property it lists the following:
widow Kiddy, william kiger, louisa, henry , abigail, and Katherine alsbrooks each received 54 cents in the final settlement. Katherine is probably the Kath Alsbrook with a female 60-70 (Kiddy) found on the 1840 census...

I come down through the Kiger Lines... It seems that 3 Kiger Brothers (William, Thomas, Daniel) married 3 of William's daughter, (Dorothy, Abigail and Louisa)... I was just recently able to connect the 3 daughters to William Alsbrook after about a 3 year search. It was not until i found the above document that I discovered just who they were... I have yet to find where they married but know all the sisters were all born in NC
I come down through Daniel Kiger and Louisa Alsbrook...

I have much more on individual Alsbrooks that I have collected or found over the years so if I can help, let me know also

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