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Re: McClellans/Armour Cemetery
Posted by: Rebecca Carden (ID *****5207) Date: November 27, 2002 at 19:25:43
In Reply to: McClellans/Armour Cemetery by Kathryn M.B. of 906

These Armour's in Limestone Co. Texas, I believe connect with my Armour's.

I have found information that states these Armour's, belonged to an Andrew Armour and Rachel Griggs.

I have an Eliza Armour, born 1820 in Jackson Co. Ga., that was the daughter of Andrew Armour and Rachel Griggs Armour.

I have seen that Rachel died in Jackson Co. Ga., and the family were in Troup Co. Ga., and eventually ended up in Randolph Co. Al., and Chambers Co. Al.

I have seen info that states Andrew and Rachel had 14 children, and a James and George Armour, migrated out to Texas to Limestone Co., so I believe this is my Eliza Armour's brother' family that went to Texas!

My Eliza Armour, was married in 1843 in Macon Co. Al. to a Johnson Hodges, and they came to Randolph Co. sometime after that.

She had a sister named Mahulda Armor, that married a Zealous East, and they came to Chambers Co. Al. There was another sister who married a Sherrod Hodges, who was a brother to the Johnson Hodges, and they came to Randolph Co. Al.

I have info that states the Andrew Armour also came to Randolph Co. Al, and died there.

I also saw a Polly Armour that was mentioned that was his daughter!

I would love to compare notes with you!

Please get in touch with me at,

Becky Carden

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