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Hezekiah Frederick b. Abt. 1784 Anson,NC
Posted by: Keith Osborn Date: August 06, 2000 at 13:47:53
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Descendants of Hezekiah Frederick


Generation No. 1

       1. Hezekiah2 Frederick (Philip1) was born Abt. 1784 in (Anson) NC, and died May 17, 1854 in (Marion) AL. He married Ezilla Hobson May 17, 1809 in (Rutherford) TN, daughter of Mourning Hobson and UNKNOWN MUSGROVE?.

Notes for Hezekiah Frederick:
On June 18, 1812 the War of 1812 commenced.
lived next door to daughter Nancy Frederick and her husband John Loden.

Moved from Fredericksburg, VA in 1790 to TN and then to Al along with the Burlesons.

1850 Marion Co AL Census has a Nancy GOCHUM? age 22 born AL living with them

Hezekiah was commissioned an Ensign on 22 August 1811 in the Tennessee State Militia in 22nd. Reg't. 4, Rutherford Co., TN. He farmed land in Tennessee and in 1819, acquired land in Blount Co., AL. In 1825, he went to Marion Co., AL. Both he and Ezilla are buried in the Old Poplar Log Cemetery in Marion Co., Alabama.
Hezekiah's farm in Marion County was located adjacent to an established spring which flows just above Barn Creek.

Over 165 years ago, Hezekiah Frederick, at age 40, moved his wife and children to the newly formed state of Alabama and purchased two parcels of in Marion County. One of the decisions for this move was probably predicted the success of his brother-in-laws, John and Nathaniel Hobson, both of whom purchased land in Marion county in 1821. The location of their respective was separated only by a few miles distance; easily reached within an hours by horseback. Hezekiah's farm was located adjacent to an established spring which flows to this day just above Barn Creek. John Hobson located near the convergence of the Buttahatchee River and Barn Creek. Nathaniel Hobson located on the convergence of the Buttahatchee River with Hobson Creek, so named as was the first white man to settle on this tributary near the present town of Whitehouse.

Before going much farther, it must be established that Hezekiah Frederickwas born in North Carolina in 1784. His parentage has not been established at this time as reasearch continues. On May 17, 1809, Hezekiah married Ezilla Hobson, daughter of Mourning Hobson. Mourning Hobson was the father to eight children: two boys, John and Nathaniel, previously mentioned, and six girls (more about the girls and who they married later). The wedding took place Rutherford County, Tennessee where Hezekiah and Ezilla had seven of their ten children before moving to Alabama and completing their family. Early in themarriage, Hezekiah was commissioned an Ensign in the 22nd Regiment of theTennessee Militia (the first regiment from Rutherford County). His commission was granted the 22nd of August, 1811. On June 18, 1812, was declared on Great Britain and thus the War of 1812 commenced. Some 20 years later, Hezekiah Frederick and Hilkiah Burleson (father-in-law to Hezekiah's son Joshua) would testify to the fact that Hilkiah's nephew, David Burleson, had served in the of 1812 and was in the Battle of New Orleans which took place during the month of January 1815. David was also a brother-in-law to Hezekiah through their wives. David had married Ezilla's sister, Ruth Hobson. Here it is necessary establish the further relationships between the Hobsons and the Burlesons.
The six Hobson girls, three would marry Burlesons. Eady married Moses in 1 and ten years later brother David marries Sarah. Nine years after that, David a nephew of the brothers, Moses and David, mentioned, marries the last of Mourning Hobson's daughters, Ruth. As for the rest of the daughters, Margaret (Peggy) married Soloman Pope~who was a brother to Ezekial and Penelope Pope of whom married a Burleson sister and brother, Margaret and Hilkiah; younger siblings of Moses and David. The last of Mourning's daughters, her given name lost, supposedly married John Whitley. If so, they lived not far away, a little south and east of Pleasant Grove Church where he acquired land in 1838 and the same section as James Burleson who had purchased land in 1832. These new early settlers of Marion County were not strangers to one another for they been, for the most part, relatives, neighbors and friends in Tennessee. For most part they were family, either by association or marriage. A great many who had come this far to settle the new lands open to them, remained. Other not so content and looking for newer frontiers open to them went on to Mississippi and Texas. Hardships there caused some to return and re-settle amongst friends and family back in Alabama prior to the Civil War. Following Civil War a second wave of migration took place.


Letter written by Robert "Bobby" Frederick.... release to Marion Co. Journal summer 1990

Land Record record for HEZEKIAH FREDERICK
Name: HEZEKIAH FREDERICK
Date: 20 10 1823
Location: AL,
Document #: 1504
Serial #: AL1170__.482
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 79.9800
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 21

Name: HEZEKIAH FREDERICK
Date: 04 04 1825
Location: AL,
Document #: 1712
Serial #: AL1180__.178
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 79.7600
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 3

Name: HESEKIAH FREDERICK
Date: 04 04 1825
Location: AL,
Document #: 1711
Serial #: AL1180__.177
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 83.0100
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 12W, Section 18

More About Hezekiah Frederick:
Burial: Old Popular Log Cemetery just up the hill & to the NE of Streetman Cemetery which is 4.2mi E of Hamilton (Marion) AL on US278 & 1.1mi N on Co. Road 49 on James R. Loden chicken farm.
Census: 1830, Resided in AL
Emigration: Bet. August 1823 - October 21, 1825, Moved from Rutherford, TN to Marion, AL
Military service: August 22, 1811, commissioned an Ensign in 22nd Regiment of the Tennessee Militia (the first reg. from Rutherford Co.)
Property: Bought Land in AL

More About Ezilla Hobson:
Burial: Old Popular Log Cemetery just up the hill & to the NE of Streetman Cemetery which is 4.2mi E of Hamilton (Marion) AL on US278 & 1.1mi N on Co. Road 49 on James R. Loden chicken farm.
       
Children of Hezekiah Frederick and Ezilla Hobson are:
+       2       i.       John Madison3 Frederick, born August 23, 1810 in Rutherford Co., TN; died June 11, 1880 in Marion Co., Alabama.
+       3       ii.       Jackson Henry Frederick, born February 11, 1812 in Rutherford Co TN; died Aft. August 11, 1860 in Itawamba Co., Mississippi.
+       4       iii.       Joshua Gibson Frederick, born May 22, 1813 in Rutherford Co., TN; died November 26, 1862 in Tippah Co., MS in Civil War.
+       5       iv.       James Andrew Frederick, born November 28, 1814 in Rutherford Co., TN; died Abt. 1862 in in Civil War Tishomingo Co., Mississippi.
+       6       v.       Martha Frederick, born April 22, 1816 in Rutherford Co., TN; died June 01, 1863 in (Marion) AL.
+       7       vi.       Nancy Y. Frederick, born September 03, 1817 in Rutherford Co., TN; died July 11, 1893 in Winfield, bur City cem., Marion Co Ala; age: 74.
+       8       vii.       Joel Calvin Frederick, born September 03, 1819 in Rutherford Co., TN; died October 1843 in Ripley, Tippah Co., MS.
+       9       viii.       Jefferson Frederick, born August 09, 1821 in Blount Co., Alabama; died October 24, 1904 in Ballard cemetery, Hamilton, Marion Co., Alabama.
+       10       ix.       Margaret Frederick, born August 31, 1823 in near Hackleburg (Marion) AL; died December 1891 in Seymour (Baylor) Texas.
+       11       x.       Robert Houston Frederick, born October 21, 1825 in Marion Co., Alabama; died April 22, 1863 in Louisville Prison,(Jefferson) KY; (POW-died pneumonia); buried Cave Hill cemetary.


Generation No. 2

       2. John Madison3 Frederick (Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born August 23, 1810 in Rutherford Co., TN, and died June 11, 1880 in Marion Co., Alabama. He married (1) Lucinda Bates Bet. 1841 - 1863 in Marion, Alabama. He married (2) Mary E. Peterson 1866.

Notes for John Madison Frederick:
Land Record record for JOHN FREDERICK
Name: JOHN FREDERICK
Date: 01 08 1839
Location: AL,
Document #: 11041
Serial #: AL3590__.308
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 41.0500
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 12W, Section 32

More About John Madison Frederick:
Burial: in Hamilton, Alabama
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b, Farmer

More About Lucinda Bates:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b
       
Children of John Frederick and Lucinda Bates are:
+       12       i.       James W.4 Frederick, born Abt. 1832 in (Marion) AL; died October 22, 1862 in Nashville, Tenn..
       13       ii.       Caroline Frederick, born Abt. 1835 in (Marion) AL.

More About Caroline Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

+       14       iii.       William Madison Frederick, born August 14, 1836 in (Marion) AL; died July 17, 1900 in (Marion) AL.
       15       iv.       John E. Frederick, born Abt. 1838 in (Marion) AL. He married Sarah.

More About John E. Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       16       v.       Anney M. Frederick, born Abt. 1839 in AL.

More About Anney M. Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       17       vi.       Margeret E. Frederick, born May 1842 in AL. She married Charles Benton Britnell Abt. 1862.

More About Margeret E. Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       18       vii.       Robert M. Frederick, born Abt. 1844 in AL.

More About Robert M. Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

+       19       viii.       Mary Jane Frederick, born May 1846 in ALA.; died September 14, 1904 in (Marion) AL.
+       20       ix.       Frances C. "Fannie" Frederick, born October 18, 1848 in AL; died October 09, 1883 in FRANKLIN CO.,AL.
       21       x.       Zillah L. Frederick, born March 12, 1852 in AL; died January 30, 1944 in (Marion) AL. She married William David Mitchell.

Notes for Zillah L. Frederick:
This Zillah may be the same person as Zilpha Jane "Zilla" Frederick who married William Malachie Burleson. Needs further research.

More About Zillah L. Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.720

+       22       xi.       Columbus B. "Lum" Frederick, born May 12, 1856 in AL; died October 17, 1927 in (Marion) AL.
+       23       xii.       George Bliss "Babe" Frederick, born October 1859 in AL; died November 16, 1927 in (Franklin) AL.
       
Children of John Frederick and Mary Peterson are:
       24       i.       Sarah Rose "Lindy"4 Frederick, born March 1867; died 1955 in Benton Harbor, MI. She married MARCUS E. GOSSETT.
       25       ii.       Nancy Maltisha Frederick, born March 1870; died May 12, 1912 in (Marion) AL. She married JOHN WESLEY BICKERSTAFF September 20, 1893.
+       26       iii.       Peter Frederick, born August 21, 1871; died January 22, 1937 in (Marion) AL.

       3. Jackson Henry3 Frederick (Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born February 11, 1812 in Rutherford Co TN, and died Aft. August 11, 1860 in Itawamba Co., Mississippi. He married Nancy "Nicey" Green Abt. 1830 in Marion Co., AL, daughter of Gideon Green.

Notes for Jackson Henry Frederick:
Jackson served in Co. K of the 5th AL. Calvary from Marion Co., AL. He and his son John fought for the South in the Civil War. His daughter Margarets' spouse Silas fought for the North.

Land Record record for JACKSON FREDERICK
Name: JACKSON FREDERICK
Date: 01 12 1859
Location: AL,
Document #: 28310
Serial #: AL3870__.382
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 119.5300
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 15

More About Jackson Henry Frederick:
Burial: in Hamilton, Alabama
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p163b
Military service: Company "K" of the 5th Alabama Calvary, out of Marion Co., AL

Notes for Nancy "Nicey" Green:
Living with them in 1850 Census - Marion Co, AL is Susanah Green age: 33 from NC

More About Nancy "Nicey" Green:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p163b
       
Children of Jackson Frederick and Nancy Green are:
+       27       i.       Mary Ann4 Frederick, born December 19, 1830 in Marion Co., AL; died November 23, 1906 in Holcomb family cemetary, Marion Co., AL.
+       28       ii.       John Anderson Jackson Frederick, born June 08, 1832 in Hackleburg,(Marion) Alabama; died September 25, 1864 in Civil War Battle of Mobile, Alabama.
       29       iii.       Martha Frederick, born Abt. 1834 in AL.

More About Martha Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p163b

       30       iv.       Eliza B. K. Frederick, born Abt. 1836 in AL.

More About Eliza B. K. Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p163b

+       31       v.       Hezekiah Gideon "Gid" Frederick, born February 18, 1838 in Marion, AL; died November 17, 1912 in Marion, AL.
+       32       vi.       Margaret Elizabeth Frederick, born May 29, 1839 in (Marion) AL; died February 27, 1918 in (Marion) AL.
       33       vii.       Sirvilitz "Sivility,Silvey" M. Frederick, born Abt. 1842 in AL. She married Dr. Vincent S. (LODEN?) RODEN September 27, 1888 in Peter H. Ingle, J.P..

More About Sirvilitz "Sivility,Silvey" M. Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p163b

+       34       viii.       James Henry Frederick, born May 19, 1843 in (Marion) AL; died December 12, 1910 in (Marion) AL.
+       35       ix.       Green Jackson Frederick, born April 01, 1846 in (Marion) AL; died September 23, 1916 in Prentiss Co., MS.
+       36       x.       Zilpha "Zilley" Jane Frederick, born December 1846 in Marion Co., AL.
+       37       xi.       Nicey M. "Rendy" Frederick, born October 1848 in (Marion) AL; died March 12, 1920 in Hackleburg, Alabama.
       38       xii.       JOEL CAMPBELL FREDERICK, born September 03, 1849 in Rutherford Co., TN; died in Tippah Co., MS. He married ELIZABETH HOBSON.
       39       xiii.       Joseph Frederick, born October 1850 in (Marion) AL; died Bef. 1860 in (Marion) AL.

More About Joseph Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p164a age: 1/6

       4. Joshua Gibson3 Frederick (Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born May 22, 1813 in Rutherford Co., TN, and died November 26, 1862 in Tippah Co., MS in Civil War. He married Nancy Burleson Abt. 1830 in Marion, Alabama, daughter of Hilkiah Burleson and Penelope Pope.
       
Children of Joshua Frederick and Nancy Burleson are:
+       40       i.       Joseph Paran4 Frederick, born February 02, 1831 in Marion AL; died 1909 in Tippah MS.
       41       ii.       Zilla Ann Frederick, born 1834 in Marion AL; died 1862.
+       42       iii.       David Alexander Frederick, born 1836 in Marion AL; died 1862 in Civil War.
       43       iv.       Merriman/Morrison John H. Frederick, born June 09, 1838 in Marion AL; died May 24, 1910. He married Martha C Waldrup December 01, 1859 in Tippah Co MS.
       44       v.       Hezekiah Hill Frederick, born 1840 in Marion AL; died 1864 in Civil War.
       45       vi.       Joshua Gibson Frederick, born 1844 in Marion AL; died 1847 in Tippah MS.
       46       vii.       Andrew Jackson Frederick, born 1847 in Tippah MS; died 1867 in from Civil War injuries.
       47       viii.       Calvin Jefferson Frederick, born 1849 in Tippah MS; died 1902.
       48       ix.       William Carroll Frederick, born 1851 in Tippah MS; died 1904.
       49       x.       John Winston Frederick, born 1854 in Tippah MS; died 1915.
       50       xi.       Robert Jasper Frederick, born 1859 in Tippah MS; died 1865.

       5. James Andrew3 Frederick (Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born November 28, 1814 in Rutherford Co., TN, and died Abt. 1862 in in Civil War Tishomingo Co., Mississippi. He married Mary A. James Bet. 1848 - 1882 in Marion, Alabama.

Notes for James Andrew Frederick:
Land Record record for JAMES FREDERICK
Name: JAMES FREDERICK
Date: 15 06 1854
Location: AL,
Document #: 18371
Serial #: AL3730__.231
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 40.0200
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 10

Name: JAMES FREDERICK
Date: 15 06 1854
Location: AL,
Document #: 18216
Serial #: AL3730__.102
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 39.8800
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 3

Name: JAMES FREDERICK
Date: 01 03 1858
Location: AL,
Document #: 22650
Serial #: AL3800__.109
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 39.8800
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 3

Name: JAMES FREDERICK
Date: 01 12 1859
Location: AL,
Document #: 30141
Serial #: AL3910__.135
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 39.8800
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 3

Name: JAMES FREDERICK
Date: 01 09 1860
Location: AL,
Document #: 31446
Serial #: AL3950__.243
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 119.8300
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 4

Name: JAMES FREDERICK
Date: 01 09 1860
Location: AL,
Document #: 31446
Serial #: AL3950__.243
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 0.0000
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 3

More About James Andrew Frederick:
Burial: in Hamilton, AL
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161a

More About Mary A. James:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161a
       
Children of James Frederick and Mary James are:
+       51       i.       Andrew J.4 Frederick, born Abt. 1837 in MARION CO., ALA.; died Bef. July 18, 1870.
       52       ii.       Jefferson C. (Silas) Frederick, born Abt. 1839 in MARION CO., ALA..

More About Jefferson C. (Silas) Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       53       iii.       Frances (Serena) J. Frederick, born Abt. 1840 in MARION CO., ALA..

More About Frances (Serena) J. Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

+       54       iv.       Briggs Frederick, born Abt. 1841 in MARION CO., ALA.; died 1899.
       55       v.       Nancy Frederick, born Abt. 1843 in MARION CO., ALA..

More About Nancy Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       56       vi.       Sarah Ann Frederick, born August 24, 1843 in MARION CO., ALA..

More About Sarah Ann Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

+       57       vii.       Robert Houston Frederick, born September 10, 1848 in MARION CO., ALA.; died September 20, 1930.
+       58       viii.       William Walter Frederick, born January 17, 1850 in MARION CO., ALA.; died March 06, 1926.
       59       ix.       Margaret Melissa Frederick, born September 03, 1851 in MARION CO., ALA.. She married Robert Russell Kennedy.
+       60       x.       John Riley Frederick, born March 14, 1853 in MARION CO., ALA.; died May 07, 1935.
+       61       xi.       Levi Lindsey Frederick, born Abt. 1854 in MARION CO., ALA..
+       62       xii.       Joel Campbell Frederick, born December 25, 1856 in MARION CO., ALA.; died January 09, 1901.
+       63       xiii.       Nathaniel Hobson Frederick, born September 1859 in MARION CO., ALA.; died 1905.
       64       xiv.       Dovey D. Frederick, born Abt. 1862 in MARION CO., ALA..

More About Dovey D. Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48b

       6. Martha3 Frederick (Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born April 22, 1816 in Rutherford Co., TN, and died June 01, 1863 in (Marion) AL. She married Joseph Green Bef. 1835 in Marion, Alabama.

More About Martha Frederick:
Burial: in Hamilton, AL
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

More About Joseph Green:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.717
       
Children of Martha Frederick and Joseph Green are:
       65       i.       Malinda4 Green, born Abt. 1834 in AL.

More About Malinda Green:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       66       ii.       Nancy Green, born Abt. 1837 in AL.

More About Nancy Green:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       67       iii.       Margaret M. Green, born Abt. 1839 in AL.

More About Margaret M. Green:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       68       iv.       Ellittian Jasper Green, born Abt. 1841 in MS.

More About Ellittian Jasper Green:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       69       v.       Martha Newton Green, born Abt. 1845 in AL.

More About Martha Newton Green:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       70       vi.       James S. Green, born Abt. 1847 in AL.

More About James S. Green:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p162a

       71       vii.       Joseph Absalom Green, born Abt. 1849 in AL.

More About Joseph Absalom Green:
Census: December 28, 1850, AL -Marion Co. p162a

       72       viii.       John Frederick Green, born Abt. 1850 in AL.

More About John Frederick Green:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

       73       ix.       Susan M. Green, born Abt. 1852.
       74       x.       Zella A. Green, born Abt. 1855 in AL; died 1864.
       75       xi.       Babe Green, born Abt. 1860.

       7. Nancy Y.3 Frederick (Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born September 03, 1817 in Rutherford Co., TN, and died July 11, 1893 in Winfield, bur City cem., Marion Co Ala; age: 74. She married John Loden Abt. 1833 in Marion Co., Ky.?, son of Francis Loden and Nancy Gibsons.

More About Nancy Y. Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p159a

Notes for John Loden:
Lived next door to Hezekiah & Ezilla Frederick. Above old Loden home.

More About John Loden:
Burial: Old Popular Log Cemetery just up the hill & to the NE of Streetman Cemetery which is 4.2mi E of Hamilton (Marion) AL on US278 & 1.1mi N on Co. Road 49 on James R. Loden chicken farm.
Census: 1840, Resided in AL
Property: Bought Land in AL
       
Children of Nancy Frederick and John Loden are:
+       76       i.       Larkin D.4 Loden, born May 01, 1837 in Marion County, Alabama; died October 15, 1862 in Marion County, Alabama.
       77       ii.       John B. Loden, born Bef. 1844 in (Marion) AL; died July 21, 1862 in Civil War in Richmond, VA.

Notes for John B. Loden:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~alcw26/CompanyH.htm

More About John B. Loden:
Military service: May 18, 1862, enlisted Pvt. Company H "Sons of '76" formally Company D, Third Battalion, Alabama Infantry Marion County, Alabama

       78       iii.       Sarah Elizabeth Loden, born October 11, 1844 in (Marion) AL; died Bet. 1914 - 1930. She married (1) Jettie A. HOLCOMBE. She married (2) Unknown POWELL.

More About Sarah Elizabeth Loden:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p159a

+       79       iv.       William Robert "Houston" Loden, born April 23, 1845 in AL; died April 06, 1909.
+       80       v.       James King Loden, born January 02, 1852 in (Marion) AL; died September 27, 1881 in Fulton, MS.

       8. Joel Calvin3 Frederick (Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born September 03, 1819 in Rutherford Co., TN, and died October 1843 in Ripley, Tippah Co., MS. He married (1) Elizabeth Hobson. He married (2) Sarah Elizabeth Johnson in 2nd marriage.

More About Joel Calvin Frederick:
Burial: in Hamilton, AL
       
Child of Joel Frederick and Sarah Johnson is:
+       81       i.       William Calvin4 Frederick, born July 10, 1839.

       9. Jefferson3 Frederick (Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born August 09, 1821 in Blount Co., Alabama, and died October 24, 1904 in Ballard cemetery, Hamilton, Marion Co., Alabama. He married Mary C. A. Foster Bet. 1858 - 1890 in Marion, Alabama.

More About Jefferson Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.500

More About Mary C. A. Foster:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.500
       
Children of Jefferson Frederick and Mary Foster are:
       82       i.       Benjamin Hezekiah4 Frederick, born October 28, 1851 in AL.

More About Benjamin Hezekiah Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.500

       83       ii.       James Robert Frederick, born February 09, 1853 in AL.

More About James Robert Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.500

+       84       iii.       Pleasant "Pless" Robert Frederick, born January 01, 1855 in AL; died in TX.
+       85       iv.       Andrew Jackson "Jack" Frederick, born June 1857 in AL; died in lived near Bexar, AL.
       86       v.       William D. Frederick, born 1859 in AL.

More About William D. Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.500

       87       vi.       Dock Riley Frederick, born 1860.
       88       vii.       Zilla "Zilpha" A. Frederick, born Abt. 1859 in AL.

More About Zilla "Zilpha" A. Frederick:
Census: June 09, 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.500

       89       viii.       John Frederick, born Abt. 1863 in AL.

More About John Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.33b

+       90       ix.       Jefferson Eli "Ely" Frederick, born March 18, 1863 in AL; died September 16, 1940.
       91       x.       Franklin "Frank" Frederick, born November 1867 in AL; died 1947. He married Nancy Ann Rye April 05, 1888.

More About Franklin "Frank" Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.33b

Notes for Nancy Ann Rye:
Children of FRANKLIN FREDERICK and NANCY RYE are:
       i.       WILLIAM S.5 FREDERICK, b. November 1889.
       ii.       HENRY C. FREDERICK, b. May 1893.
       iii.       CORA J. FREDERICK, b. November 1895.
       iv.       NORA J. FREDERICK, b. July 1898

       92       xi.       Susan M. Frederick, born Abt. 1869 in AL; died in Moved to Texas at age 19.

More About Susan M. Frederick:
Census: June 23, 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.33b age: 1

       93       xii.       Sarah M. Frederick, born June 1870.

       10. Margaret3 Frederick (Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born August 31, 1823 in near Hackleburg (Marion) AL, and died December 1891 in Seymour (Baylor) Texas. She married Jacob Washington Bull May 05, 1849 in (Marion) AL, son of John Bull and Fetnah Bean.

Notes for Margaret Frederick:
Tombstone Inscription: "Gods finger touched her and she slept"

They were dealers in Tombstones.

Roundtimber Cemetary is located 15 miles south of Seymour, Texas

More About Margaret Frederick:
Burial: Round Timber cemetary located about 15 miles south of Seymour, TX
Census: 1870, AL -Marion Co. p3b
Emigration: Bet. August 1823 - October 21, 1825, Moved from Rutherford, TN to Marion, AL

Notes for Jacob Washington Bull:
Jacob Washingtn Bull went to Alabama with his parents from Tennessee about 1826-1827. He was a great hunter, and was said to have killed 80 deer, 5 panthers and 11 bears in one year. He once owned a pet bear. A farmer of distinction, he traveled in the path of Sherman's march enroute to Mississippi to purchase seed corn. After death, his wife went to texas to visit her daughter and other relatives, but she died there of dropsy, a long distance from the home and land that she loved. There were many of the FREDERICK family who also went to Texas.

Jacob Washington Bull housed several slaves and one of the old slave maids was noted for her cooking.

Land Record record for JACOB BULL
Name: JACOB BULL
Date: 10 08 1850
Location: AL,
Document #: 14538
Serial #: AL3660__.355
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 38.7600
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 11W, Section 19

Name: JACOB BULL
Date: 15 06 1854
Location: AL,
Document #: 18370
Serial #: AL3730__.230
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 40.0800
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 12W, Section 23

Name: JACOB BULL
Date: 02 04 1857
Location: AL,
Document #: 26047
Serial #: AL3770__.055
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 40.0700
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 12W, Section 23

Name: JACOB BULL
Date: 01 03 1858
Location: AL,
Document #: 22645
Serial #: AL3800__.114
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 276.0700
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 11W, Section 19

Name: JACOB BULL
Date: 01 03 1858
Location: AL,
Document #: 22645
Serial #: AL3800__.114
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 0.0000
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 12W, Section 23

Name: JACOB BULL
Date: 01 03 1858
Location: AL,
Document #: 22645
Serial #: AL3800__.114
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 0.0000
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 12W, Section 26

More About Jacob Washington Bull:
Burial: Old Union Baptist Cemetary 2 miles east of Bear Creek (Marion Co.) AL on County Hwy 62, north side of hwy.
Census: 1870, AL -Marion Co. p3b, Farmer
Occupation: Farmer
       
Children of Margaret Frederick and Jacob Bull are:
+       94       i.       Mary Rosamond4 Bull, born January 20, 1850 in Marion, AL; died October 27, 1929 in Round Timber (Baylor) Texas.
+       95       ii.       Pleasant Valentine Bull, born April 14, 1851 in Marion, AL; died Aft. July 27, 1870 in died young in OK.
+       96       iii.       Hannah Caroline (Carrie) Bull, born October 09, 1852 in Marion, AL; died July 02, 1915 in OK.
+       97       iv.       Martha Permela Bull, born August 16, 1854 in Marion, AL; died in OK.
+       98       v.       John Jacob Washington Bull, born October 24, 1855 in Bear Creek (Marion) AL; died February 06, 1931 in (Marion) AL.
+       99       vi.       Nancy Clementine Bull, born April 23, 1857 in Marion, AL; died December 25, 1888 in Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa, AL; buried there..
       100       vii.       Susannah Bull, born Abt. 1858 in AL.
+       101       viii.       Margaret "Virginia" Eugenia "Eugenah" Bull, born December 06, 1859 in Marion, AL; died July 11, 1902 in Covington, TN.
+       102       ix.       Joseph Marion Bull, born March 15, 1861 in (Marion) AL; died February 14, 1941 in Covington, TN, buried at Covington.

       11. Robert Houston3 Frederick (Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born October 21, 1825 in Marion Co., Alabama, and died April 22, 1863 in Louisville Prison,(Jefferson) KY; (POW-died pneumonia); buried Cave Hill cemetary. He married Milley Blanche Box Bet. 1858 - 1862 in Franklin Co., Alabama or TN.

Notes for Robert Houston Frederick:
Land Record record for ROBERT FREDERICK
Name: ROBERT FREDERICK
Date: 02 04 1857
Location: AL,
Document #: 22702
Serial #: AL3740__.194
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 0.0000
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 5

Name: ROBERT FREDERICK
Date: 02 04 1857
Location: AL,
Document #: 22702
Serial #: AL3740__.194
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 0.0000
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 5

Name: ROBERT FREDERICK
Date: 02 04 1857
Location: AL,
Document #: 22702
Serial #: AL3740__.194
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 0.0000
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 8

Name: ROBERT FREDERICK
Date: 02 04 1857
Location: AL,
Document #: 22702
Serial #: AL3740__.194
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 160.5200
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 8

Name: ROBERT FREDERICK
Date: 01 03 1858
Location: AL,
Document #: 27391
Serial #: AL3850__.347
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 40.1500
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 12W, Section 5

More About Robert Houston Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.717

Notes for Milley Blanche Box:
Wife filed application for relief for Widows of Civil War for the State of Alabama Franklin Co.

Application 1: Robert H Frederick was a P in company ----- of 10 Regiment of AL; that he came to his death from wonds received or disease
contracted in the service of the Confederate States and that his death occurred during the Civil war or within five years thearafter; that she
has not since re-married; that she was a resident of Alabama on the 13th day of Feb 1891 and is a resident at the date of this application.
Sworn on 27 May 1893.

Application 2: Another application says widow of Robert Frederick, he was a private in company G of 10 Regiment of Alabama and that he
did not desert the service of this State or Confederate States. Application date 20 Apr 1898

Application 3: R H Frederick Pvt in company G of 5th Regiment Alabama Calvary Volunteers. He died in prison Louisville KY on ------ day of
April 1863

More About Milley Blanche Box:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.717
       
Children of Robert Frederick and Milley Box are:
       103       i.       Asa Conrad4 Frederick, born August 18, 1852 in AL; died April 13, 1919. He married EMMA MANSELL 1882.

More About Asa Conrad Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.717

Notes for EMMA MANSELL:
Children of ASA FREDERICK and EMMA MANSELL are:
       i.       AMI CONRAD5 FREDERICK, b. January 15, 1883; d. February 08, 1947; m. SARA CAROLINE MALONE; b. April 02, 1887; d. July 15, 1938.
       ii.       AURORA C. FREDERICK, b. September 1884; m. WILLIAM G. MCCARLEY; b. 1870; d. 1957.
       iii.       ASA CUTHBERT FREDERICK, b. June 22, 1887; d. May 02, 1950; m. DELMA HAMILTON; b. April 29, 1893.
       iv.       ARCHIE DAVIS FREDERICK, b. September 05, 1892; d. October 27, 1970; m. WILLIE SPENCER, February 04, 1912.

More About ARCHIE FREDERICK and WILLIE SPENCER:
Marriage: February 04, 1912

       v.       ROBERT MILTON FREDERICK, b. May 22, 1895; d. January 30, 1935.
       vi.       MARY BLANCHE FREDERICK, b. January 11, 1900; d. May 29, 1909.

       104       ii.       Elisha Rufus Frederick, born Abt. 1854 in AL; died 1892. He married ALICE ROSETTA LOWE June 22, 1882.

More About Elisha Rufus Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.717

Notes for ALICE ROSETTA LOWE:
Children of ELISHA FREDERICK and ALICE LOWE are:
       i.       ROBERT LEE5 FREDERICK, b. March 02, 1888; d. February 28, 1948; m. MANDORA BELLE BOYD, December 24, 1911; b. November 06, 1895; d. May 27, 1972.

More About ROBERT FREDERICK and MANDORA BOYD:
Marriage: December 24, 1911

       ii.       AUDY FREDERICK.
       iii.       AUGUSTA MILLER FREDERICK.
       iv.       HETTIE FREDERICK.
       v.       LENA CHLOTELE FREDERICK.

       105       iii.       Rhoda E. "Roady" Frederick, born May 16, 1856 in AL. She married WILLIAM ALEXANDER QUILLEN December 21, 1873.

More About Rhoda E. "Roady" Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.717

       106       iv.       Archie Wayne Frederick, born December 1859 in AL. He married Sadie T. Frederick.

More About Archie Wayne Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.717

Notes for Sadie T. Frederick:
Children of ARCHIE FREDERICK and SADIE FREDERICK are:
       i.       WALLACE A.5 FREDERICK, b. September 1895.
       ii.       LINUS D. FREDERICK, b. January 1898.

+       107       v.       Jefferson Davis Frederick, born August 13, 1861; died March 29, 1938.


Generation No. 3

       12. James W.4 Frederick (John Madison3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born Abt. 1832 in (Marion) AL, and died October 22, 1862 in Nashville, Tenn.. He married Martha Cynthia Britnell December 24, 1854, daughter of John Britnell.

More About James W. Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

More About Martha Cynthia Britnell:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a
       
Children of James Frederick and Martha Britnell are:
       108       i.       Clarisa Parlee5 Frederick, born February 16, 1857 in AL; died in AL.

More About Clarisa Parlee Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

       109       ii.       Marvel E. Frederick, born July 15, 1859 in AL; died May 19, 1939 in (Marion) AL. He married Mary J..

More About Marvel E. Frederick:
Burial: Burleson Cem, Marion Co., AL
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

More About Mary J.:
Burial: Burleson Cem, Marion Co., AL

       110       iii.       Margaret A. Frederick, born October 19, 1861 in (Marion) AL.

More About Margaret A. Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

       111       iv.       James Robert Frederick, born Abt. 1863 in AL; died Aft. July 18, 1870.

More About James Robert Frederick:
Census: July 18, 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

       14. William Madison4 Frederick (John Madison3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born August 14, 1836 in (Marion) AL, and died July 17, 1900 in (Marion) AL. He married E. Adaline Tyra Bef. August 14, 1860.

More About William Madison Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b

More About E. Adaline Tyra:
Census: August 14, 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.720
       
Children of William Frederick and E. Tyra are:
       112       i.       Missouri Ann5 Frederick, born July 1865 in great-grandmother of Rose Yielding McCarley; died March 07, 1940 in (Marion) AL. She married Unknown Watkins.
       113       ii.       ALEXANDER ANDERSON "ALECK" FREDERICK, born May 1866; died December 13, 1933 in (Marion) AL.
       114       iii.       LEVI LONG FREDERICK, born June 12, 1868; died November 03, 1954 in Hamilton Co., Alabama.
       115       iv.       FANNIE L.V. VELVY DEER FREDERICK, born 1871; died November 09, 1918 in (Marion) AL.
       116       v.       MARK LAFAYETTE FREDERICK, born February 07, 1872; died October 01, 1955 in (Marion) AL.
       117       vi.       JOHN HOUSTON FREDERICK, born January 27, 1873; died May 22, 1960 in Hackleburg, Marion Co., Alabama.
       118       vii.       MILLY ELIZABETH J. FREDERICK, born 1875; died May 1900 in (Marion) AL.
       119       viii.       CLARISSA SILVANE FREDERICK, born 1877; died July 01, 1966 in (Marion) AL.
       120       ix.       MARTHA PARHENIA E. FREDERICK, born 1879; died August 08, 1952 in (Marion) AL.
       121       x.       JAMES ARTHUR FREDERICK, born February 1884; died January 06, 1958 in (Marion) AL.

       19. Mary Jane4 Frederick (John Madison3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born May 1846 in ALA., and died September 14, 1904 in (Marion) AL. She married William S. Britnell Abt. 1865 in MARION CO., ALA., son of John Britnell.

More About Mary Jane Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co., Ala.

More About William S. Britnell:
Census: 1870, Marion Co., Ala.
       
Children of Mary Frederick and William Britnell are:
       122       i.       George M.5 Britnell, born November 08, 1866 in ALA.; died December 03, 1902 in Marion Co., Ala.. He married Louiza Britnell.

More About George M. Britnell:
Burial: 1902, Burnt House Cemetary/Marion Co., Ala

       123       ii.       Louisa A. Britnell, born Abt. 1868 in ALA.; died 1934.
       124       iii.       John Melvin Britnell, born November 10, 1870 in ALA.; died 1934 in MARION CO., ALA.. He married Arkie Delphia Lann March 09, 1894 in MARION CO., ALA..

More About John Melvin Britnell:
Burial: 1934, Old Bethel Missionary Baptist Ceme/Bear Creek, Ala.
Census: 1900, Marion Co., Ala.

More About Arkie Delphia Lann:
Census: 1900, Marion Co., Ala.

       125       iv.       Larkin M. Britnell, born August 26, 1873 in ALA.; died March 04, 1949 in MARION CO., ALA.. He married Drucilla (Sillar) Mann December 16, 1895 in MARION CO., ALA..

Notes for Larkin M. Britnell:
[FREDERICK.FTW]

BURIED IN METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY, SHOTTSVILLE, ALA.


More About Larkin M. Britnell:
Burial: 1949, Mt. Home Ceme/Bear Creek, Ala.
Census: 1900, Marion Co., Ala./living with mother

Notes for Drucilla (Sillar) Mann:
[FREDERICK.FTW]

BURIED IN METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY, SHOTTSVILLE, ALA.


More About Drucilla (Sillar) Mann:
Burial: 1953, Mt. Home Ceme/Bear Creek, Ala.
Census: 1900, Marion Co., Ala./with Husband and children and M-in-Law

       126       v.       Sarah Frances Britnell, born April 06, 1875 in ALA.; died February 21, 1890 in Ala..

More About Sarah Frances Britnell:
Burial: 1890, Burnt House Cemetary/Marion Co., Ala

       127       vi.       Clarice Ann Britnell, born March 30, 1877; died October 01, 1943. She married Monroe Mann November 18, 1895 in Knowles, Ala..

More About Clarice Ann Britnell:
Burial: 1943, Mt. Home Ceme/Bear Creek, Ala.

       128       vii.       B. F. "Roy" Britnell, born Abt. 1879; died 1900.

       20. Frances C. "Fannie"4 Frederick (John Madison3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born October 18, 1848 in AL, and died October 09, 1883 in FRANKLIN CO.,AL. She married John Wesley Campbell Britnell October 31, 1871, son of James Britnell and Wineford Hobson.

More About Frances C. "Fannie" Frederick:
Census: 1880, Colbert Co., Ala.

More About John Wesley Campbell Britnell:
Census: 1850, unnamed newborn w/parents in Franklin Co., Ala
Event 1: COPY OF DEATH CERT.
Event 2: HOLLEY SPRINGS CEME.-HOLLEY SPRGS, LA.
Event 3: BIBLE REC
       
Children of Frances Frederick and John Britnell are:
       129       i.       Margaret E.F.5 Britnell, born October 31, 1872 in AL; died December 08, 1873 in FRANKLIN CO.,AL.
       130       ii.       William F. Britnell, born October 31, 1874 in AL; died June 26, 1896 in FRANKLIN CO., AL.

Notes for William F. Britnell:
[FREDERICK.FTW]

AS A YOUNG MAN, HE CAME TO TEXAS WITH HIS FATHER, JOHN W. C. BRITNELL,
BUT IN NOT LIKING THINGS IN TEXAS, HE RETURNED TO FRANKLIN CO. ALABAMA,
WHERE ON HIS RETURN TRIP HE GOT SICK AND DIED SHORTLY AFTER ARRIVING BACK
TO THE NEWBURG AREA OF FRANKLIN CO. ALABAMA. HE IS BURIED AT MT. PLEASANT
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CEMETARY CLOSE TO WHERE HIS MOTHER, FRANCES FRED-
RICK-BRITNELL IS BURIED, AND ALSO SEVERAL OF HIS SISTERS.


       131       iii.       Mary Josephine Britnell, born March 05, 1877 in AL; died April 10, 1878 in FRANKLIN CO., AL.

More About Mary Josephine Britnell:
Burial: 1878, Burnt House Cemetary

       132       iv.       Bertha Jones Britnell, born April 25, 1879 in AL; died October 28, 1880 in FRANKLIN CO., AL.
       133       v.       James Earnest Britnell, born April 22, 1881 in FRANKLIN CO., AL; died July 03, 1966 in HOLLEY SPRINGS, RED RIVER, LA. He married (1) Lillie Bell Miears Abt. 1907. He married (2) Lillie Bell Miears Abt. 1907.

More About James Earnest Britnell:
Census: 1900, Shelby Co., Tx.

More About Lillie Bell Miears:
Caste: 1920, Red River Par., La.
Census: 1910, Red River Par., La.

More About Lillie Bell Miears:
Caste: 1920, Red River Par., La.
Census: 1910, Red River Par., La.

       22. Columbus B. "Lum"4 Frederick (John Madison3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born May 12, 1856 in AL, and died October 17, 1927 in (Marion) AL. He married Vollaney Ann Frederick Bef. 1878, daughter of Andrew Frederick and Sarah Ingle.

More About Columbus B. "Lum" Frederick:
Burial: Buttahatchee School Cemetery, Marion Co., Alabama, west of Brinn on hwy 253, NE corner of hwy 253 & Co. Rd45
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.720

More About Vollaney Ann Frederick:
Burial: Buttahatchee School Cemetery, Marion Co., Alabama, west of Brinn on hwy 253, NE corner of hwy 253 & Co. Rd45
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a
       
Children of Columbus Frederick and Vollaney Frederick are:
       134       i.       James W.5 Frederick, born 1878. He married SILVER CLOUD MAYS February 15, 1900.
       135       ii.       Rhoda Angeline Frederick, born December 1879.
       136       iii.       Susan E. Frederick, born March 16, 1883; died January 11, 1906.

More About Susan E. Frederick:
Burial: Buttahatchee School Cemetery, Marion Co., Alabama, west of Brinn on hwy 253, NE corner of hwy 253 & Co. Rd45

       137       iv.       Sarah Jane Frederick, born February 19, 1885; died June 15, 1964. She married CHARLES WILLIS CLEMENT July 30, 1903.
       138       v.       Theodocis E. Frederick, born November 08, 1887; died February 26, 1964.
       139       vi.       John Riley N. Frederick, born January 10, 1890.
       140       vii.       Clarence E. Frederick, born October 1893.
       141       viii.       Dalton C. Frederick, born June 30, 1895; died November 12, 1928.

More About Dalton C. Frederick:
Burial: Buttahatchee School Cemetery, Marion Co., Alabama, west of Brinn on hwy 253, NE corner of hwy 253 & Co. Rd45

       23. George Bliss "Babe"4 Frederick (John Madison3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born October 1859 in AL, and died November 16, 1927 in (Franklin) AL. He married Mary Frances M. Frederick, daughter of Andrew Frederick and Sarah Ingle.

More About George Bliss "Babe" Frederick:
Census: August 14, 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.720

More About Mary Frances M. Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a
       
Children of George Frederick and Mary Frederick are:
       142       i.       Briggs Marion5 Frederick, born October 1883.
       143       ii.       Peter Columbus Frederick, born February 1884.
       144       iii.       Louise Volie Frederick, born May 1887.
       145       iv.       Ida H. Frederick, born June 1889.
       146       v.       Andrew M. Frederick, born October 1890.
       147       vi.       Margaret Ann Frederick, born January 1892.
       148       vii.       Riley Houston Frederick, born March 01, 1894; died January 10, 1969.
       149       viii.       John B. Frederick, born June 1896.
       150       ix.       Newie Angeline Frederick, born April 1898.

       26. Peter4 Frederick (John Madison3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born August 21, 1871, and died January 22, 1937 in (Marion) AL. He married LENORA "NORA" MILLS February 16, 1898.
       
Children of Peter Frederick and LENORA MILLS are:
       151       i.       JOHN SANDERSON5 FREDERICK, born December 17, 1898; died December 16, 1957.
       152       ii.       ELDONY FREDERICK, born May 19, 1901; died January 10, 1933.
       153       iii.       LOVIE EMMALINE FREDERICK, born March 26, 1903.
       154       iv.       MARY ELIZABETH FREDERICK, born June 26, 1905; died March 01, 1923.
       155       v.       JAMES ELMER (TWIN) FREDERICK, born July 05, 1907.
       156       vi.       WILLIAM DELMER (TWIN) FREDERICK, born July 05, 1907.
       157       vii.       ALICE LUCY FREDERICK, born January 20, 1910; died August 25, 1983.
       158       viii.       BENJAMIN MADISON FREDERICK, born November 19, 1911; died February 12, 1971.
       159       ix.       IDA FREDERICK, born July 07, 1914.

       27. Mary Ann4 Frederick (Jackson Henry3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born December 19, 1830 in Marion Co., AL, and died November 23, 1906 in Holcomb family cemetary, Marion Co., AL. She married Pleasant Jasper Burleson, son of Aaron Burleson and Louisa Bates.

More About Mary Ann Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p163b

More About Pleasant Jasper Burleson:
Census: July 24, 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.703
       
Children of Mary Frederick and Pleasant Burleson are:
       160       i.       Mary Jane5 BURLESON, born Abt. 1854. She married Love Mays.
       161       ii.       Nancy "NICEY" C. BURLESON, born November 1856 in AL. She married Henry Walter Mays.

More About Nancy "NICEY" C. BURLESON:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.703

More About Henry Walter Mays:
Census: 1860, AL -Marion Co.

       162       iii.       NANCY JANE BURLESON, born Abt. 1858 in AL; died March 01, 1921. She married EMANUAL TRULOVE "LOVE" MAYS.

More About NANCY JANE BURLESON:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.703

       163       iv.       ARMINTA HASTINE BURLESON, born 1859 in AL. She married Paul Candle.

More About ARMINTA HASTINE BURLESON:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.703

       164       v.       ANGELINE BURLESON, born Abt. 1860 in AL.

More About ANGELINE BURLESON:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.75b

       165       vi.       Ann BURLESON, born Abt. 1860 in AL.

More About Ann BURLESON:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.75b

       166       vii.       Aaron A. Burleson, born July 03, 1860; died December 17, 1932.
       167       viii.       John H. BURLESON, born Abt. 1862 in AL.

More About John H. BURLESON:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.75b

       168       ix.       James Henry BURLESON, born Bet. August 31, 1862 - August 1864 in AL; died September 11, 1902.
       169       x.       Caroline "Edie" BURLESON, born 1865 in AL; died 1933. She married Elic Hollingshead.

More About Caroline "Edie" BURLESON:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.75b

       170       xi.       Ellen Ferby BURLESON, born 1867 in AL.

More About Ellen Ferby BURLESON:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.75b

       171       xii.       Sylvestia Ophelia BURLESON, born May 11, 1867 in AL; died July 19, 1942. She married James Franklin (Bud) Burleson.

Notes for Sylvestia Ophelia BURLESON:
Information regarding Sylvester comes from Daniel McCance.


More About Sylvestia Ophelia BURLESON:
Burial: Burleson Cemetery, Marion Co., Alabama

More About James Franklin (Bud) Burleson:
Burial: Burleson Cemetery, Marion Co., Alabama
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.715

       172       xiii.       Martha Elizabeth BURLESON, born 1869 in AL.

More About Martha Elizabeth BURLESON:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.75b

       173       xiv.       Benjamin C. BURLESON, born 1870; died 1949 in Burleson Cem., Marion County, AL. He married Mary Ann "Mattie" BURLESON.

More About Mary Ann "Mattie" BURLESON:
Burial: Burleson Cemetery, Marion Co., Alabama

       174       xv.       Rebecca M. BURLESON, born 1873. She married Jet L. Beasley November 26, 1893 in AL.

       28. John Anderson Jackson4 Frederick (Jackson Henry3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born June 08, 1832 in Hackleburg,(Marion) Alabama, and died September 25, 1864 in Civil War Battle of Mobile, Alabama. He married Mary P. Burleson July 10, 1856 in Hackleburg, Alabama, daughter of Calvin Burleson and HARRIETT HOWELL.

More About John Anderson Jackson Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p163b
Military service: 1864, enlisted Spring of 1864 in Co. K of the 5th Alabama Calvary, commissioned a sergeant

More About Mary P. Burleson:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p164a
       
Children of John Frederick and Mary Burleson are:
       175       i.       HARRIET JANE5 FREDERICK, born September 09, 1857 in Hackleburg, AL; died April 02, 1927 in Tishomingo Co., MS. She married (1) ROBERT H. FLOYD. She married (2) John C. Cochran.

More About HARRIET JANE FREDERICK:
Burial: Bethany Cem., Tishomingo Co., MS
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.722a

       176       ii.       NANCY ANN "NICIE" FREDERICK, born July 07, 1859 in Hackleburg, AL; died November 1913. She married PERRY W. STIDHAM April 15, 1909.

More About NANCY ANN "NICIE" FREDERICK:
Burial: Bethany Cem., Tishomingo Co., MS
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.722a

       177       iii.       CALVIN D. FREDERICK, born February 15, 1861 in Hackleburg (Marion) AL; died November 30, 1863 in Hackleburg (Marion) AL.
       178       iv.       NANCY T. FREDERICK, born December 07, 1862 in Hackleburg (Marion) AL; died October 14, 1902 in Lee Co., MS. She married WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON November 30, 1882 in Lee Co., MS.

More About NANCY T. FREDERICK:
Burial: Old Shiloh Cem., Lee Co., MS

       179       v.       JOHN ANDERSON FREDERICK, born October 19, 1864 in Hackleburg (Marion) AL; died March 30, 1921 in Tishomingo Co., MS. He married NANCY ANN ELIZABETH BROOKS November 28, 1883 in Itawamba Co., MS.

       31. Hezekiah Gideon "Gid"4 Frederick (Jackson Henry3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born February 18, 1838 in Marion, AL, and died November 17, 1912 in Marion, AL. He married Penelope Burleson Bet. 1858 - 1859, daughter of WILLIAM BURLESON and MARY BURLESON.

Notes for Hezekiah Gideon "Gid" Frederick:
Land Record record for HEZEKIAH FREDERICK
Name: HEZEKIAH FREDERICK
Date: 01 12 1859
Location: AL,
Document #: 30351
Serial #: AL3910__.327
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 121.5900
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 12W, Section 25

Name: HEZEKIAH FREDERICK
Date: 01 12 1859
Location: AL,
Document #: 30351
Serial #: AL3910__.327
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 0.0000
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 12W, Section 36

Name: HEZEKIAH FREDERICK
Date: 10 03 1884
Location: AL,
Document #: 1708
Serial #: AL4050__.176
Sale Type: HOMESTEAD
Acres: 154.5800
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 11W, Section 30

More About Hezekiah Gideon "Gid" Frederick:
Burial: November 1912, Robert Mann Farm
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p163b

More About Penelope Burleson:
Burial: May 1908, Robert Mann Farm
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.715
       
Children of Hezekiah Frederick and Penelope Burleson are:
       180       i.       Pleasant M.5 Frederick, born Abt. 1859 in AL.

More About Pleasant M. Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.715

       181       ii.       Martha Ellz Frederick, born July 1861 in AL.

More About Martha Ellz Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

       182       iii.       Nicie A. Savannah Frederick, born November 1862 in AL. She married Jonathan McCollough.

More About Nicie A. Savannah Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

       183       iv.       William Jackson Frederick, born January 16, 1865 in AL; died April 12, 1913. He married ELLA JANE LOVELADY December 12, 1888.

More About William Jackson Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

       184       v.       James Franklin Frederick, born July 30, 1866 in AL; died August 25, 1939. He married (1) Aery Charlotte L. BALLARD June 05, 1887. He married (2) Susan Edna Gentles Abt. 1914.

Notes for James Franklin Frederick:
Land Record record for JAMES FREDERICK
Name: JAMES FREDERICK
Date: 15 12 1892
Location: AL,
Document #: 8107
Serial #: AL4180__.019
Sale Type: HOMESTEAD
Acres: 159.8300
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 12W, Section 25

More About James Franklin Frederick:
Burial: Mountain Home Cemetery
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

More About Aery Charlotte L. BALLARD:
Burial: Mountain Home Cemetery

More About Susan Edna Gentles:
Burial: Mountain Home Cemetery

       185       vi.       Perminia Adaline FREDERICK, born November 1867 in AL.

More About Perminia Adaline FREDERICK:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

       186       vii.       Sarah Clementine "Sally" FREDERICK, born March 14, 1869. She married Charles Monroe Howell.

More About Charles Monroe Howell:
Burial: Buttahatchee School Cemetery, Marion Co., Alabama, west of Brinn on hwy 253, NE corner of hwy 253 & Co. Rd45

       187       viii.       Mary Mae FREDERICK, born May 1870.
       188       ix.       John Thomas Frederick, born August 10, 1872 in Marion, AL; died January 1902. He married Asenith N. Wood in graphicsL&a_*DV*.
       189       x.       Robert Mullins FREDERICK, born July 1874. He married CLAUDIE E. YANCEY August 26, 1894.
       190       xi.       HARRISON POLK FREDERICK, born December 20, 1876. He married MARY E. CRAVEN April 12, 1896.
       191       xii.       Jasper Green "Jay" FREDERICK, born February 1878; died 1953. He married DOSSIE ATKINS December 23, 1897.

Notes for Jasper Green "Jay" FREDERICK:
Land Record record for JASPER FREDERICK
Name: JASPER FREDERICK
Date: 21 09 1905
Location: AL,
Document #: 20164
Serial #: AL5180__.338
Sale Type: HOMESTEAD
Acres: 163.2500
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 9S, Range 12W, Section 36

       192       xiii.       Eva Biddell "Evie" FREDERICK, born March 15, 1880. She married J.H. WOOD March 12, 1896.
       193       xiv.       Infant Frederick, born 1882.
       194       xv.       Oscar Huston FREDERICK, born April 1885.

       32. Margaret Elizabeth4 Frederick (Jackson Henry3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born May 29, 1839 in (Marion) AL, and died February 27, 1918 in (Marion) AL. She married SILAS MAJOR HOWELL Bef. 1862.

More About Margaret Elizabeth Frederick:
Burial: Old Bethel Cem., Marion Co., AL
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p163b

More About SILAS MAJOR HOWELL:
Burial: Old Bethel Cem., Marion Co., Alabama
Military service: fought for the North in the Civil War
       
Children of Margaret Frederick and SILAS HOWELL are:
       195       i.       James F.5 HOWELL, born December 15, 1862 in (Marion) AL; died February 11, 1937 in (Marion) AL.

More About James F. HOWELL:
Burial: New Prospect Cem, Marion Co., AL

       196       ii.       MARY F. HOWELL, born 1864 in (Marion) AL. She married AARON BURLESON.

Notes for MARY F. HOWELL:
Mary's middle name may be "J".

       197       iii.       JOHN T. HOWELL, born March 07, 1866 in (Marion) AL; died June 19, 1949 in (Marion) AL.
       198       iv.       WILLIAM T. HOWELL, born March 30, 1867 in (Marion) AL; died March 03, 1943 in (Marion) AL.
       199       v.       MACK DANIEL HOWELL, born November 15, 1868 in Bethel (Marion) AL; died January 11, 1942 in (Marion) AL.
       200       vi.       MARTHA EMMALINE HOWELL, born May 13, 1873 in (Marion) AL; died April 14, 1947 in (Marion) AL.
       201       vii.       NICIE FRANCES HOWELL, born March 09, 1875 in (Marion) AL. She married J.T. ARMSTRONG February 14, 1889 in (Marion) AL.
       202       viii.       DOLPHUS G. HOWELL, born November 1876 in (Marion) AL.
       203       ix.       MARINDA HOWELL, born May 16, 1878 in (Marion) AL; died February 17, 1897 in (Marion) AL. She married HENRY A. SUMNER October 11, 1894 in (Marion) AL.

More About MARINDA HOWELL:
Burial: Old Bethel Missionary Baptist Cem., Marion Co., Alabama

More About HENRY A. SUMNER:
Burial: Old Bethel Cem., Marion Co., AL

       204       x.       Benjamin Franklin Howell, born January 1870 in (Marion) AL; died 1965 in (Marion) AL. He married Sally McGuire.

       34. James Henry4 Frederick (Jackson Henry3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born May 19, 1843 in (Marion) AL, and died December 12, 1910 in (Marion) AL. He married Lucy Ann Streetman November 12, 1867.

More About James Henry Frederick:
Burial: New Prospect Cem, Marion Co., AL
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p164a

More About Lucy Ann Streetman:
Burial: New Prospect Cem, Marion Co., AL
       
Children of James Frederick and Lucy Streetman are:
       205       i.       Lydia Clementine "Liddie"5 Frederick, born November 1868; died 1924. She married Unknown CLEMENTS.
       206       ii.       David M. Frederick, born February 18, 1870; died December 06, 1946. He married SLEETA A. GREEN December 07, 1888.
       207       iii.       Sarah J. Frederick, born December 25, 1871; died January 21, 1948. She married George W. Wigginton 1900.

Notes for Sarah J. Frederick:
Sarah married her sister Susan's widow


       208       iv.       Marion Lafayette Frederick, born Abt. 1874. He married ROSIE J. STIDHAM August 05, 1894.
       209       v.       SUSAN J. FREDERICK, born March 13, 1876; died November 07, 1898. She married George W. Wigginton.

Notes for SUSAN J. FREDERICK:
After Susan died, her sister Sarah married Susan's widow George.

       210       vi.       NANCY ELIZABETH FREDERICK, born May 13, 1878; died May 18, 1910. She married F.L. BROWN.
       211       vii.       Nicie Frederick, born July 1880; died 1966.
       212       viii.       William Jackson Frederick, born March 25, 1882; died December 27, 1972. He married SARAH ANN GREEN December 05, 1901.
       213       ix.       James Clove Frederick, born April 03, 1885; died May 08, 1924. He married ADELINE H. CANTRELL.
       214       x.       MARINDA LAZETTA FREDERICK, born May 1888; died July 15, 1979.
       215       xi.       OSCAR C. FREDERICK, born July 10, 1892; died April 03, 1914.

       35. Green Jackson4 Frederick (Jackson Henry3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born April 01, 1846 in (Marion) AL, and died September 23, 1916 in Prentiss Co., MS. He married Patience "Patia" Manda Howell Bet. 1866 - 1868, daughter of Burrell Howell and Mary Burleson.

More About Green Jackson Frederick:
Burial: Forked Oak Cem., Prentiss Co., MS
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p164a

More About Patience "Patia" Manda Howell:
Burial: Forked Oak Cem., Prentiss Co., MS
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.715
       
Children of Green Frederick and Patience Howell are:
       216       i.       Minnie Rosella5 Frederick. She married Unknown Miller.
       217       ii.       John Jackson Frederick, born April 05, 1869. He married Sarah.
       218       iii.       Ava Melvinia FREDERICK, born March 07, 1871.
       219       iv.       PLEASANT G. FREDERICK, born April 1874. He married VISTA LOVELESS September 30, 1891.
       220       v.       Nicey Angeline FREDERICK, born 1875.
       221       vi.       MARY H. FREDERICK, born 1877.
       222       vii.       JAMES Marion FREDERICK, born December 06, 1878. He married Elizabeth.
       223       viii.       CYNTHIA M. FREDERICK, born October 1880.
       224       ix.       WILLIAM Penn FREDERICK, born August 06, 1882.
       225       x.       JENNIE L. FREDERICK, born June 1884. She married Bynum Johnson.
       226       xi.       ELLA E. FREDERICK, born August 06, 1886.
       227       xii.       ALKY L. FREDERICK, born February 1889.
       228       xiii.       VELMA I. FREDERICK, born April 1891.
       229       xiv.       CHESTER T. FREDERICK, born December 1894.

       36. Zilpha "Zilley" Jane4 Frederick (Jackson Henry3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born December 1846 in Marion Co., AL. She married William Malachi "Mack" Burleson Abt. 1884, son of Calvin Burleson and HARRIETT HOWELL.

More About Zilpha "Zilley" Jane Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p164a
       
Children of Zilpha Frederick and William Burleson are:
       230       i.       Clyde5 Burleson, born Abt. October 1885.
       231       ii.       MARY ANN BURLESON, born April 17, 1889; died April 23, 1955. She married LUTHER EMMETT KENNEDY December 17, 1911.

       37. Nicey M. "Rendy"4 Frederick (Jackson Henry3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born October 1848 in (Marion) AL, and died March 12, 1920 in Hackleburg, Alabama. She married Peter H. Ingle Abt. 1871, son of Peter Ingle and Melvina Ingle-Mnu.

More About Nicey M. "Rendy" Frederick:
Burial: Cedar Tree Cem, Hackleburg, AL
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p164a

More About Peter H. Ingle:
Burial: Cedar Tree Cem, Hackleburg, AL
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.60b
       
Children of Nicey Frederick and Peter Ingle are:
       232       i.       Peter J.5 Ingle, born 1872; died 1939. He married Mary C. Brewer.
       233       ii.       Martha M. Ingle, born 1875; died 1896. She married W. A. Dotson 1895.

       40. Joseph Paran4 Frederick (Joshua Gibson3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born February 02, 1831 in Marion AL, and died 1909 in Tippah MS. He married Martha J. Wharton May 24, 1860 in Tippah Co MS.
       
Children of Joseph Frederick and Martha Wharton are:
       234       i.       James Barclay5 Frederick, born May 1856 in Tippah MS; died WFT Est. 1901-1948. He married Martha H 1877.
       235       ii.       Joseph H Frederick, born 1861 in Tippah MS; died WFT Est. 1889-1952. He married S. I. Proctor December 05, 1883 in Tippah Co MS.
       236       iii.       John L Frederick, born 1865 in Tippah MS; died WFT Est. 1866-1955.
       237       iv.       Mary A Frederick, born 1867 in Tippah Co MS; died WFT Est. 1868-1961. She married THOMAS HENDERSON HOBSON January 03, 1884.
       238       v.       Frances C Frederick, born 1870 in Tippah MS; died WFT Est. 1871-1964.
       239       vi.       Missie G Frederick, born 1873 in Tippah MS; died WFT Est. 1874-1967.

       42. David Alexander4 Frederick (Joshua Gibson3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born 1836 in Marion AL, and died 1862 in Civil War. He married Zilpha E. Ray July 28, 1859 in Tippah Co MS.
       
Child of David Frederick and Zilpha Ray is:
       240       i.       James Arnell5 Frederick, born 1856; died WFT Est. 1857-1946.

       51. Andrew J.4 Frederick (James Andrew3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born Abt. 1837 in MARION CO., ALA., and died Bef. July 18, 1870. He married Sarah Ingle, daughter of Peter Jack Ingle?.

More About Andrew J. Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161a

More About Sarah Ingle:
Census: July 18, 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a
       
Children of Andrew Frederick and Sarah Ingle are:
       241       i.       Vollaney Ann5 Frederick, born July 19, 1860 in AL; died January 21, 1906 in (Marion) AL. She married Columbus B. "Lum" Frederick Bef. 1878.

More About Vollaney Ann Frederick:
Burial: Buttahatchee School Cemetery, Marion Co., Alabama, west of Brinn on hwy 253, NE corner of hwy 253 & Co. Rd45
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

More About Columbus B. "Lum" Frederick:
Burial: Buttahatchee School Cemetery, Marion Co., Alabama, west of Brinn on hwy 253, NE corner of hwy 253 & Co. Rd45
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.720

       242       ii.       Mary Frances M. Frederick, born November 1862 in AL; died January 14, 1926 in (Franklin) AL. She married George Bliss "Babe" Frederick.

More About Mary Frances M. Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

More About George Bliss "Babe" Frederick:
Census: August 14, 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.720

       243       iii.       P. N. Frederick, born Abt. 1863 in AL.

More About P. N. Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

       244       iv.       J. D. Frederick, born Abt. 1865 in AL.

More About J. D. Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48a

       54. Briggs4 Frederick (James Andrew3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born Abt. 1841 in MARION CO., ALA., and died 1899. He married (1) Leatha Frederick Abt. 1865 in (Marion) AL?. He married (2) Tennessee Kennedy April 16, 1893.

More About Briggs Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b
       
Children of Briggs Frederick and Leatha Frederick are:
       245       i.       Mary Elizabeth5 Frederick, born 1866. She married (1) Walter G. Frederick. She married (2) T.C. Jr. ELLIS September 24, 1888.
       246       ii.       Benjamin Houston Frederick, born July 1871. He married NANCY M. FREDERICK.
       247       iii.       Sabillis Eradine Frederick, born 1873. She married JOHN THOMAS WOOLDRIDGE November 24, 1889.
       248       iv.       Nancy Jane Frederick, born 1879. She married J.S. MITCHELL.
       249       v.       John W. Frederick, born Abt. 1881.
       250       vi.       Briggs Frederick, born Abt. 1885.
       
Children of Briggs Frederick and Tennessee Kennedy are:
       251       i.       Mary5 Frederick, born June 1896. She married WALTER G. FREDERICK.
       252       ii.       Ardie V. Frederick, born Abt. 1897.
       253       iii.       J. Willis Frederick, born March 1900.

       57. Robert Houston4 Frederick (James Andrew3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born September 10, 1848 in MARION CO., ALA., and died September 20, 1930. He married (1) HARIETT FREDERICK Abt. 1868. He married (2) Julia A. Duff Abt. 1875.

More About Robert Houston Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b
       
Children of Robert Frederick and HARIETT FREDERICK are:
       254       i.       Emanuel J.5 Frederick, born Abt. 1869.
       255       ii.       Russell Frederick, born Abt. 1871.
       256       iii.       W.R. Frederick, born Abt. 1873.
       
Children of Robert Frederick and Julia Duff are:
       257       i.       J.A. Duff5 Frederick, born Abt. 1876.
       258       ii.       Maud B. Frederick, born January 1882. She married J.B. CHAPMAN February 18, 1903.
       259       iii.       Viola Frederick, born November 1884.
       260       iv.       Oscar Frederick, born December 1888.
       261       v.       Earnest Frederick, born Abt. 1890.

       58. William Walter4 Frederick (James Andrew3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born January 17, 1850 in MARION CO., ALA., and died March 06, 1926. He married (1) Cynthia M. Kennedy Abt. 1868. He married (2) PRUDENCE BOTTOMS 1876.

More About William Walter Frederick:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161b
       
Children of William Frederick and Cynthia Kennedy are:
       262       i.       Mary E.5 Frederick, born May 25, 1869; died January 28, 1904. She married J.H.D. TESSENEER February 18, 1891.
       263       ii.       Sarah C. Frederick, born January 31, 1872; died May 11, 1914. She married HOMER L. BERRYHILL October 14, 1894.
       264       iii.       James Campbell Frederick, born February 04, 1875; died February 08, 1955. He married FLOSSIE MOORE.
       
Children of William Frederick and PRUDENCE BOTTOMS are:
       265       i.       Malinda Jenny5 Frederick, born March 30, 1878; died January 07, 1925. She married DAVE YIELDING January 22, 1905.
       266       ii.       Robert Levi Frederick, born September 27, 1880; died December 10, 1954. He married SARAH ESTELL SMITH September 02, 1906.
       267       iii.       Joshua Oliver Frederick, born October 16, 1886; died June 12, 1959. He married MINNIE KATHERINE SMITH August 03, 1906.
       268       iv.       Dovie Lou "Minnie" Frederick, born March 22, 1889; died May 09, 1966. She married ARNIE CORNELIUS FREEMAN.

       60. John Riley4 Frederick (James Andrew3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born March 14, 1853 in MARION CO., ALA., and died May 07, 1935. He married (1) Araminda Frederick Abt. 1873. He married (2) Ellen Stehens Maggard Abt. 1882.
       
Children of John Frederick and Araminda Frederick are:
       269       i.       Robert T.5 Frederick, born Abt. 1874; died September 26, 1935. He married FLORENCE REED December 12, 1897.
       270       ii.       Eliza Ann Frederick, born April 22, 1878; died August 31, 1931. She married MARTY T. SMYERS September 19, 1897.
       271       iii.       Silas Frederick, born Abt. 1880; died June 02, 1935. He married (1) MATTIE BOUNDS. He married (2) LEONIA MEGGARD October 24, 1901.
       
Children of John Frederick and Ellen Maggard are:
       272       i.       Enil Eva5 Frederick, born October 16, 1884; died December 01, 1912. She married TOM THOMPSON.
       273       ii.       Temple Frederick, born December 15, 1885. She married NEWT CRAWFORD March 10, 1905.
       274       iii.       William Allen Frederick, born Abt. 1888; died 1959. He married ELLA MAY LOWELLA CONDER March 03, 1916.
       275       iv.       Omal Frederick, born May 03, 1895; died January 13, 1935. She married LEE SHAFFELL December 26, 1915.

       61. Levi Lindsey4 Frederick (James Andrew3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born Abt. 1854 in MARION CO., ALA.. He married Cindy Long Abt. 1879.

More About Levi Lindsey Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48b
       
Children of Levi Frederick and Cindy Long are:
       276       i.       Clementine5 Frederick, born September 26, 1881; died March 30, 1960. She married (1) HENRY SHELTON. She married (2) CHARLES ARTHUR PAYNE February 18, 1901.
       277       ii.       Milt Frederick, born December 28, 1885; died October 10, 1944. He married GRACE RAYBURN.
       278       iii.       W. Frank Frederick, born December 28, 1885; died June 03, 1917. He married GRACE RHODES September 18, 1908.
       279       iv.       Mary Frederick, born Abt. 1888. She married Unknown ROACH.
       280       v.       Myrtle Frederick, born Abt. 1890; died 1910. She married SILAS NUTT.
       281       vi.       Belle Frederick, born Abt. 1893.

       62. Joel Campbell4 Frederick (James Andrew3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born December 25, 1856 in MARION CO., ALA., and died January 09, 1901. He married Laura C. Strange October 24, 1880.

More About Joel Campbell Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48b
       
Children of Joel Frederick and Laura Strange are:
       282       i.       M.J.C.5 Frederick, born Abt. 1879.
       283       ii.       Lee C. Frederick, born August 1881. He married ESSIE DAVIDSON February 03, 1904.
       284       iii.       Via Frederick, born May 1882.
       285       iv.       Luther R. Frederick, born October 1883; died January 29, 1968. He married JESSIE EDWARDS November 19, 1905.
       286       v.       Minnie Pearl Frederick, born June 1886. She married ELIAS WILLIAM CONDER January 01, 1911.
       287       vi.       Vic Reed Frederick, born Abt. 1887.
       288       vii.       Marvin E. Frederick, born October 20, 1891; died October 01, 1974. He married GERTRUDE GLOVER.
       289       viii.       Revice A. Frederick, born April 13, 1894; died June 02, 1917.
       290       ix.       Cora Frederick, born April 26, 1897; died January 16, 1908.
       291       x.       Nora Frederick, born April 26, 1897. She married NOAH BRACKEN February 12, 1916.
       292       xi.       Ophelia Frederick, born Abt. 1899.

       63. Nathaniel Hobson4 Frederick (James Andrew3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born September 1859 in MARION CO., ALA., and died 1905. He married Sara Elizabeth P. Britnell Abt. 1879.

More About Nathaniel Hobson Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.48b
       
Children of Nathaniel Frederick and Sara Britnell are:
       293       i.       James Stinson5 Frederick, born Abt. 1880 in MARION CO., ALA.; died 1957. He married Seney Ellen Lewallen Abt. 1905.
       294       ii.       William Riley Frederick, born December 17, 1881 in MARION CO., ALA.; died September 24, 1884.
       295       iii.       Monroe Cleveland Frederick, born October 1883 in MARION CO., ALA.; died 1950. He married Amanda B. Horton.
       296       iv.       Walter Green Frederick, born March 1886 in MARION CO., ALA.; died 1962. He married Cora E. Powell.
       297       v.       Sarah Jane Frederick, born June 1889 in TISHOMINGO CO., MISS.; died 1971. She married Thomas W. Lindsey.
       298       vi.       Joseph Houston Frederick, born September 1891 in TISHOMINGO CO., MISS.; died 1957. He married Ruby Lou Powell.
       299       vii.       Margaret Ann Frederick, born Abt. 1893 in TISHOMINGO CO., MISS.; died 1895.

       76. Larkin D.4 Loden (Nancy Y.3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born May 01, 1837 in Marion County, Alabama, and died October 15, 1862 in Marion County, Alabama. He married Unknown Streetman Aft. July 24, 1860.

Notes for Larkin D. Loden:
Larkin D. Loden Pvt. Born in Marion County, Alabama and enlisted on
February 1, 1862. Discharged on September 28, 1862 due to Pythesis
Pulmonalis from 2nd Alabama Hospital and died in Marion County on
October 15, 1862 at age 25. Brother of John Loden as deceased claim
filed by his father Jesse.

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Land Record record for LARKIN LODEN
Name: LARKIN LODEN
Date: 01 09 1860
Location: AL,
Document #: 31449
Serial #: AL3950__.246
Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE
Acres: 40.0100
Meridian or Watershed: HUNTSVILLE
Parcel: Township 10S, Range 13W, Section 29

More About Larkin D. Loden:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p159a
Military service: February 01, 1862, enlisted Pvt. Company H "Sons of '76" formally Company D, Third Battalion, Alabama Infantry Marion County, Alabama
       
Child of Larkin Loden and Unknown Streetman is:
       300       i.       Larkin5 Loden, born Aft. July 24, 1860; died in Infancy.

       79. William Robert "Houston"4 Loden (Nancy Y.3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born April 23, 1845 in AL, and died April 06, 1909. He married (1) Mary Ann Weatherly Bef. 1870, daughter of Andrew Weatherly and Asenath Sims. He married (2) Amanda Howell.

More About William Robert "Houston" Loden:
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p159a

More About Mary Ann Weatherly:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.49a
       
Child of William Loden and Mary Weatherly is:
       301       i.       A.5 Loden, born Abt. 1868 in AL.

More About A. Loden:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.49a

       80. James King4 Loden (Nancy Y.3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born January 02, 1852 in (Marion) AL, and died September 27, 1881 in Fulton, MS. He married REBECCA ASENATH WEATHERLY Abt. 1870, daughter of Andrew Weatherly and Asenath Sims.

More About James King Loden:
Burial: Fulton, MS
Census: 1860, Resided in Marion Co, AL; p.702

More About REBECCA ASENATH WEATHERLY:
Burial: Sullens Cemetery, Buttahatchie River Area, Alabama
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.669
       
Child of James Loden and REBECCA WEATHERLY is:
       302       i.       ROBERT M.5 LODEN, born November 18, 1870; died July 03, 1952 in (Marion) AL. He married VIRGINIA E. "Jennie" BURLESON September 17, 1890.

More About VIRGINIA E. "Jennie" BURLESON:
Burial: Sullins Cemetery, Buttahatchie River Area, Alabama

       81. William Calvin4 Frederick (Joel Calvin3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born July 10, 1839.
       
Child of William Calvin Frederick is:
       303       i.       Julia Frances5 Frederick. She married Unknown REDDEN.

       84. Pleasant "Pless" Robert4 Frederick (Jefferson3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born January 01, 1855 in AL, and died in TX. He married (1) ZILPHY E. FREDERICK. He married (2) MARION HALL 1872.

Notes for Pleasant "Pless" Robert Frederick:
I am not sure if all of the children belong to Marion or if some belong to Zilphy?

More About Pleasant "Pless" Robert Frederick:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.500
       
Children of Pleasant Frederick and MARION HALL are:
       304       i.       Mary A.5 Frederick, born 1873.
       305       ii.       Jasper G. Frederick, born 1874.
       306       iii.       John J. Frederick, born 1875.
       307       iv.       William D. Frederick, born 1876.
       308       v.       James S. Frederick, born 1878.
       309       vi.       Leander C. Frederick, born April 1879.
       310       vii.       IDELLA D. FREDERICK, born November 1880.
       311       viii.       PEARLEY G. FREDERICK, born January 1882.
       312       ix.       JOSIE FREDERICK, born January 1886.
       313       x.       IRA E. FREDERICK, born June 1889.
       314       xi.       ALBERT FREDERICK, born November 1890.
       315       xii.       NOLA B. FREDERICK, born January 1892.
       316       xiii.       SAMUEL B. FREDERICK, born April 1894.
       317       xiv.       ADAM FREDERICK, born April 1897.

       85. Andrew Jackson "Jack"4 Frederick (Jefferson3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born June 1857 in AL, and died in lived near Bexar, AL. He married Callie Cody November 14, 1889 in at home of Mary Cody.

More About Andrew Jackson "Jack" Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.33b
       
Children of Andrew Frederick and Callie Cody are:
       318       i.       Mary B.5 Frederick, born December 1891.
       319       ii.       David L. Frederick, born May 1894.
       320       iii.       Eva D. Frederick, born April 1896.
       321       iv.       HALYARD A. FREDERICK, born November 11, 1898; died August 24, 1920.

       90. Jefferson Eli "Ely"4 Frederick (Jefferson3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born March 18, 1863 in AL, and died September 16, 1940. He married Nora Dupree, daughter of RICHARD DUPREE.

Notes for Jefferson Eli "Ely" Frederick:
More About JEFFERSON FREDERICK and ELLEN (FREDERICK?):
Marriage: Bef. 1888
       
Children of JEFFERSON FREDERICK and NORA DUPREE are:
       i.       WILLIAM JACKSON5 FREDERICK, d. December 27, 1972.
       ii.       LOVETTO FREDERICK.
       
Children of JEFFERSON FREDERICK and ELLEN (FREDERICK?) are:
       iii.       MELVIRTTA5 FREDERICK, b. January 12, 1888; d. September 24, 1897.
       iv.       SISTER FREDERICK, b. December 01, 1889; d. December 28, 1889.
       v.       JAMES R. FREDERICK, b. March 1892.
       vi.       SIMON R. FREDERICK, b. October 1894.
       vii.       ELDER R. FREDERICK, b. July 1897.

More About Jefferson Eli "Ely" Frederick:
Census: 1870, Marion Co, AL; p.33b
Occupation: Bet. 1893 - 1940, A Baptist minister. Served the Ministry for 47 years until his death.

More About Nora Dupree:
Medical (Facts Page): Bet. 1936 - 1952, bedfast for 16 years
       
Children of Jefferson Frederick and Nora Dupree are:
       322       i.       William Jackson5 Frederick, died December 27, 1972.
       323       ii.       Lovetto Frederick.
       324       iii.       Roy Frederick, died Bef. March 06, 1972.
       325       iv.       Roscoe Frederick.
       326       v.       Eldon Frederick.
       327       vi.       Stella Frederick.
       328       vii.       Julius Ergo Frederick. He married ERA LILLIAN CODY.
       329       viii.       Curlu Frederick.

       94. Mary Rosamond4 Bull (Margaret3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born January 20, 1850 in Marion, AL, and died October 27, 1929 in Round Timber (Baylor) Texas. She married John Franklin Johnston 1869 in Texas, Source#1293.135.

More About Mary Rosamond Bull:
Burial: Round Timber cemetary located about 15 miles south of Seymour, TX
Census: 1850, AL -Marion Co. p161a

Notes for John Franklin Johnston:
went to texas ca. 1885 to find homestead land. Ina short time he sent for his wife and family to join him. Mary was then expecting her last (7th) child Charles. They went by wagon train and settled in Baylor Co. for awhile. They were in Grayson Co. in 1891.


More About John Franklin Johnston:
Burial: Round Timber cemetary located about 15 miles south of Seymour, TX
       
Children of Mary Bull and John Johnston are:
       330       i.       George5 Johnston.
       331       ii.       Lydia Johnston.
       332       iii.       Eudora B. "Dora" Johnston, born 1869. She married Will Smith.
       333       iv.       Mary Clementine "Clem" Johnston, born 1872. She married ROBERT E. "BOB" DUNLAP Abt. 1897.
       334       v.       Jacob M. "Jake" Johnston, born 1874.

Notes for Jacob M. "Jake" Johnston:
moved to CA

Johnnie Johnston: Uncle Jake (Jacob) lived and farmed near Lubbock for many years, then came to CA. he and his sons . . . I have lost them since he died. Jesse worked for Leslie Salt Co. near Los Banos Ca. The girl Odessa . . . Willard and Odess are dead . . . the others I have no word from in twenty five years.


       335       vi.       John S. Johnston, born 1876; died in CA?. He married Margaret.

Notes for John S. Johnston:
Johnnie Johnston: he was a barber in San Francisco. Died of a heart attack many years ago . . . daughter Margaret . . . wife Margaret . . . John E (saying he had a son John?) in Los Angeles somewhere.

       336       vii.       HENRY LYTLE JOHNSTON, born April 25, 1878; died Abt. 1915. He married SALLIE AMAZON EILAND.
       337       viii.       SAMUEL JOHNSTON, born 1879.
       338       ix.       Charles Timmons Johnston, born April 24, 1883 in Whitesboro TX. He married ELIZABETH ALLEN December 20, 1910.
       339       x.       ARCHIE ANDERSON JOHNSTON, died in moved to OR. He married VIVAN GORE.

       95. Pleasant Valentine4 Bull (Margaret3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born April 14, 1851 in Marion, AL, and died Aft. July 27, 1870 in died young in OK. He married Alta.

Notes for Pleasant Valentine Bull:
Living at home and working on the family farm at age 19. Shows up on 1870 census.


More About Pleasant Valentine Bull:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.694
       
Child of Pleasant Bull and Alta is:
       340       i.       Myrtle5 Bull, born in took the name of her stepfather.

       96. Hannah Caroline (Carrie)4 Bull (Margaret3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born October 09, 1852 in Marion, AL, and died July 02, 1915 in OK. She married John Edward McCullough, son of Jonathan McCullough and Adeline.

More About Hannah Caroline (Carrie) Bull:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.694

Notes for John Edward McCullough:
During the Civil War when the soldiers were roaming about.., stealing and looting, John's father although advanced in age, was taken and never seen again. His mother managed to recover a silver spoon (or fork) that was dropped out of a sack when her things were being taken. Hannah and John had children but I do not know who they were.

       
Children of Hannah Bull and John McCullough are:
       341       i.       Ethel5 McCullough, died in childhood.

More About Ethel McCullough:
Burial: Old Union Baptist Cemetery near Haleyville, AL

       342       ii.       Jahugh McCullough, died Abt. 1935. He married Lula Shirley Abt. 1906.

       97. Martha Permela4 Bull (Margaret3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born August 16, 1854 in Marion, AL, and died in OK. She married Jack Byars in 1st wife, son of Dudley Byars and Melissa Shaw.

More About Martha Permela Bull:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.694

More About Jack Byars:
Burial: Charleston Cem
       
Children of Martha Bull and Jack Byars are:
       343       i.       Mary Ida5 Byars, born in Marion Co, AL; died in Indian Terr, OK. She married Emmett Cole.

Notes for Mary Ida Byars:
Ida remembered when she went with her parents to OK and while on the train near Ft. Smith, AR that notorious outlaw Jesse James got on and gave a $20 gold piece to a girl on the train.

More About Mary Ida Byars:
Burial: Charleston Cem

       344       ii.       Bertie Ann Byars, born March 06, 1884 in Tipton Co, TN. She married Walter Byars.
       345       iii.       Nora Maude Byars, born August 26, 1887 in Tipton Co, TN. She married Wilmer Richardson.

Notes for Nora Maude Byars:
Had 8 children. One died as an infant, and 2 sons died as yound children. All others were still living in 1975.

A daughter, Mrs. Willie Cranford, was still living at the old homeplace that her husband bought from her grandfather (Jacob Washington Bull) at the time of his death.


       346       iv.       Lilly Audrey Byars, born March 06, 1894 in Tipton Co, TN; died December 10, 1926 in Tipton Co, TN. She married Jim Cunningham.
       347       v.       Fannie Sue Byars, born in twin; died in age: 26. She married Henry Burgess.
       348       vi.       Mattie Lue Byars, born in twin; died in childhood.

More About Mattie Lue Byars:
Burial: Charleston Cem

       349       vii.       Cecil Byars, died in OK - unmarried.

       98. John Jacob Washington4 Bull (Margaret3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born October 24, 1855 in Bear Creek (Marion) AL, and died February 06, 1931 in (Marion) AL. He married Columbia Mensaphine Loden June 13, 1888 in (Marion) AL, daughter of Nathan Loden and Sarah Burleson.

Notes for John Jacob Washington Bull:
Started out farming in (Texas?), but later moved to AL where he farmed.

More About John Jacob Washington Bull:
Burial: Cedar Tree Cemetery @ Hwy 172 in Hackleburg (Marion Co.) Alabama
Census: July 19, 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.694, age: 4
Occupation: Farmer

Notes for Columbia Mensaphine Loden:
Lumbull area near Bear Creek, Alabama was named for her by her husband


More About Columbia Mensaphine Loden:
Burial: Cedar Tree Cemetery @ Hwy 172 in Hackleburg (Marion Co.) Alabama
       
Children of John Bull and Columbia Loden are:
       350       i.       Evalina5 Bull, born March 28, 1889; died November 19, 1973. She married John Gordon Osborn August 31, 1908.
       351       ii.       Alta (Alfie) Bull, born October 27, 1890; died October 18, 1897.

More About Alta (Alfie) Bull:
Burial: Old Union Baptist Cemetary 2 mi. east of Bear Creek (Marion Co.) AL on County Hwy 62, north side of hwy NEXT TO HER GRANDFATHER Jacob Washington Bull

       352       iii.       Frate Bull, born August 24, 1892 in Bear Creek (Marion) AL; died August 1984. He married (1) Ludwina Garrett in Sparta, GA; 3rd wife. He married (2) Maud Denson in 1st marriage. He married (3) Sarah Roberts in 2nd marriage; Divorced.

More About Frate Bull:
Occupation: during 1950's - Dept of Agriculture - Wash., D.C.
Residence: Sparta, Hancock, GA
Social Security Number: 1965, 257-80-3939 in GA

More About Ludwina Garrett:
Residence: Thomson, Mc Duffie, GA
Social Security Number: 231-36-7784 in VA

       353       iv.       Mary Rosamond (Rosa) Bull, born October 24, 1894 in Bear Creek (Marion) AL; died April 17, 1977 in Pine Bluff (Jefferson) AR. She married George Campbell Osborn May 05, 1920 in Russellville, AL.

Notes for Mary Rosamond (Rosa) Bull:
Childhood Memories of Mary Rosamond Bull Osborn:

Learning to plow, the makes of plows, guano distributors, cutting wheat, threshing wheat, large goods boxes for containers, straw beds from wheat, straw stacks, pulling fodder, stacking it in the barn and around poles in the fields (taking the fodder up).

Gathering hazelnuts in the bottoms and hickory nuts in the woods at home.

Picking and loading cotton with a basket out of the little house below the old homeplace. Unloading cotton seed with a tub and carrying it to the old smokehouse. (Chickens were safe when they got under the smokehouse.)

Cutting sprouts, replanting corn, clearing land, log-rolling, hauling guano.

Going to school, seeing summer honeysuckles and water lilies.

Wading the creek, finding campfires, throwing rocks on the ice to break it.

Going to Russellville to get Eva's dresses made.

Bear Creek used to have four passenger trains daily.

Hauling pine knots from the McMurray Bend, north of the Vess Norris (Sylvester Thomas Cordell) place on Big Bear Creek.

We'd go through the woods where there were no roads. When we'd run the hub of the wagon against a tree, we'd back up and pile rocks in front of the wheel, and this would throw the hub from against the tree when it ran over the rocks.

The Tom Moore Bend is west of the McMurray, where Brush creek and Big Bear Creek runs together. McMurray was the father-in-law of Tom Moore. The Allens that ran the upper factory (where Mill Creek ran into Bear Creel) and also the Falls Factory (two or three miles west of the upper factory) owned the land where the bends are, also lots of land around the factories. (Allens owned all this.) Mell Allen, his wife and his daughter, Nellie, lived at the upper factory. (Little Mell, Nellie's son, has relatives at the Falls Factory site.)

Nellie's mother was from Florence, AL, and Nellie spent lots of time there. There's a street in Florence, named in Nellie's honor.

Aunt Mary Patterson, a Negro slave, lived in the servant quarters there and cooked for whoever lived there. She was named for the Pattersons that once owned the land and slaves. The Pattersons originally owned the land around Bear Creek, where the schoolhouse is built. Also, they were ancestors of John Patterson that once lived near Fairview Church. lee and Athel Lang, two of his sons, still live in the community. Lang Allen and family, also his bachelor brother, Joe, lived at the Falls Factory.

The factories made thread and rope. Peddlers went over the country and sold or swapped the thread to people to use in weaving. Grandma (Polk) Mullins came from one of the Allen factories that went broke in Pickens County. She was a young girl then. I think she was Alice McAlister.

Uncle John McCullough and Mr. Mullins were first cousins. Their mothers were sisters. Tories kidnapped Uncle John's father, who was too old to go to the Civil War. They never heard of him again. Grandmother Mc had a silver spoon that they dropped at her house while taking things from them.

I learned to run an Avery turning plow at 11 years of age. (Later, we used Oliver Chilled turning plows. We had one Chattanooga plow.) I continued to plow, doing most anything that was done with a team or just 'Old Deller' or the grey mare or 'Old Pet', a black mule, also other mules. We'd ride to and from the fields on the mules.

I also helped snake logs out of the fields with a yoke of oxen. I'd run the disc harrow, usually with an ox team. I've also run the hay mower before and since I married. I usually ran the one-row corn planter, one-row plows with bull-tongue plow and sweep.

Our plow lines were 32 feet long. We'd stretch the lines to make them even, then cut them in two, making a loop in one end and usually a snap at the other end to fasten in the bridle bit.

After the land was turned, we'd use a guano distributor to lay the rows off with. It had a hopper on a plow stock to put the guano into. There was a spout behind the hopper, leading down behind the plow to the ground. A wheel in front of the hopper turned as the plow was being pulled. Also, a gadget rubbed against the side of the wheel where little spokes or bolts hit them when the wheel turned and made a knocking sound. They kept the guano shaken down and out the back into the spout and around.

Before I learned to plow, it was my job to walk behind the guano distributor and drop two grains of corn every other step. Someone followed behind with a double-shovel plow, a top harrow or sometimes two trips to the row with a bull-tongue or other plow to cover the corn.

Before guano distributors were available, people used long funnel-shaped tin horns. They called them guano horns. They were also used to plant cotton seed through.

They used short sacks with a strap over the shoulder like the ones used in cotton picking. The seed or guano was put into these sacks. One hand held the horn by the funneled top. The other was used to let the seed or guano through the horn a little at a time. Usually, the horn was dragged in the furrow or held near it so the seed or guano would be sure to go into the furrow.

When we children were very small, Mr. Tom Kelley brought his wheat harvester from Kelley's Mill, southwest of Haleyville, and cut and tied the wheat in the field (north) above the first fence row, then known as 'the ten-acre field'. It cut and tied the bundles and threw them in piles of 6. Helpers piled 12 bundles together, then stood 10 up and tuned the heads of the other 2 down over the others to keep the rain off.

We children and others followed the combine or harvester over the field. All this was a real show to us.

After the crops were laid by, someone would come with a threshing machine and put it down at the back of the barn where the house stands now. Father had already had the wheat hauled and stacked under the shed at the barn. The wheat thresher was run similar to the old hay balers. Someone threw the bundles into the hoppers, and horses or mules went around in circles to turn the machinery. Someone had to pack the grain, and others kept the wheat straw back out of the way with pitchforks.

People from all around came with bed ticks, usually made of unbleached domestic (muslin) to get straw for the beds, usually to use under feather beds. This was before bed springs were available.

The surplus wheat straw was stacked in long racks so cattle could get under and feed on the straw. Father stored the wheat in large wooden boxes that we got from merchants that had been used to ship dry goods in. He'd have to keep it sunned to keep out weevils if it was kept long.

Sometimes, he'd take wheat to a flour mill at Pearle's Mill, east of Hamilton, Alabama (or elsewhere). The flour is dark in the natural form. Phosphate is added to commercial wheat to bleach it. The sifters at the mill also separated the flour from shorts, seconds and bran.

In the Spring, we'd have to cut sprouts and replant corn with a hoe. The land was cleared by cutting the small bushes with axes; usually children did this. The men - sometimes women and older children - cut the larger saplings; the younger ones or women piled the brush. The large trees were sometimes cut down and sawed into different lengths to be piled up and burned. (Men would come and bring their families and spend the day.) The menfolk used log stick (poles); usually 4 to 6 men - half on each side of the log - would lift and carry the logs and pile them side by side over the new ground.

Early in the Spring, they would set fire to the log heaps - also to the brush piles - and burn the new ground off. The ground was laid off in rows with a bull-tongue plow and a colter to cut the roots. We'd use scovil hoes to cut the sprouts as they are heavy hoes with an eye to put your own strong handle in. (The women cooked delicious dinners and sometimes suppers for everybody. Sometimes, they'd quilt a quilt.)

Early each Spring, you could hear the sreeching of the brakes on the wagons of people coming down Brush Creek Hill from the west. Sometimes, they came from as far as Hodges or farther. They also hauled the baled cotton to be shipped from Bear Creek.

This was before the Illinois Central (I.C.) Railroad was built. The right of way was cut in 1904. The pillars under the bridge across were built or poured (concrete) in 1905.

Mr. Henry Cassels, the boss, went back home about July 4, 1905, on a vacation. All the hands, I think, could have gone free from Grand Junction, Tennessee, where they transferred to the I.C. None of them went except Father.

Mr. Cassels had a wife and one daughter, Galdys. They lived at 6436 Champlain Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Gladys came back years later with he father to inspect the pillars. They got off the Dude after dark at Lumbull and borrowed a lantern and came to our house and stayed several days. (We didn't know they were coming.)

Also later, I think, Mrs. Cassels wrote Mother a letter and asked Mother if she and Gladys might visit us. At that time, we only had the room with the fireplace, a porch and side room. Mother told Father she was going to write her not to come. He hired Sherman Evans and Mr. Wiley to come help.

Father went to Haleyville and got dressed lumber for the walls, ceilings and floors - also doors and windows. He also got flooring for the room where the fireplace is.

He and Mother went to town and got a wicker rocker, a center table and a large dresser that was still in the house when Mother moved to the new house.

The railroad was completed in 1907.

Contractors with large mules and scoops or graders with wheels were used to move the dirt for short distances. The laborers were mostly Negroes. They loaded the scoops like they do the ones to build terraces, except these had wheels and were larger. (Bush)

There was a camp on Rocky Branch below the Sherman Hill place; also Bates had a camp between home and the Railroad Bridge. They had moved from near the gravel pit west of John Wilson's place. Tally had a camp near Jake Green's.

After the grading got to where steam shovels could be used, they laid track from Haleyville, to move the steel over to build the bridge. Work trains moved the dirt after the track was laid where they could get over it.

A Mr. Adam was the boss when they built the bridge. His crew were white men. They built a long kitchen and also added to the house Mr. Cassels built. Some of them lived in tents. They made a place in the road bank and had ice shipped in and kept it in sawdust. They also got large trunk-like boxes full of fresh bread from Russellville, Alabama.

Bear Creek had a flourishing business while the railroad was being built. I heard Lucien Phillips say he slept upstairs in the store and had sold as much as a thousand dollars worth lots of nights. Haleyville was much smaller than Bear Creek then and had very poor roads to it.

The contractors came from as far as - or maybe farther than - Vina, Alabama, after supplies. They hired local people with wagons and teams to haul their hay and oats for their teams. Each camp had a commissary to supply the workers with food, etc.

Father and Cousin Oliver Bull each had a wagon and team of oxen and hauled a load of cement - 20 sacks, 100 pounds each - every morning from Bear Creek; then back to No. 8 Cut to get a load of gravel. This was in 1905.

They also hauled the long iron bolts that had to be put into the concrete before it hardened. After they crossed the creek, they hauled the gravel from the side of the road on John Wilson's place.

They had a tank for water part way up the hill from the creek on the west side. They also piped water from the spring there into the kitchen, when they were building the bridge. All the concrete had to be turned by hand, and all the gravel had to be loaded with shovels. They dug deep, square holes for the concrete. Most of them were to solid rock.

Jim Long and Mell King stayed at our house and worked there.

The track was laid all the way to Corinth, Mississippi, before Memorial Day in 1907, I think. They ran a Passenger Excursion Train from Haleyville to Corinth. Father and Eva went for half price, I think. They got on the train at Lumbull. Meda and Sue Bull got on at Goddard and went, too. I guess, of course, they started laying track at Corinth, but don't know where they met.

Mr. Jessie Davis and his family lived in the old log houses in the Bottoms. They cleared the hillsides and cultivated them. They had once been cleared, or at least the ones west of the creek. Mr. George Carroll lived there then and made a thousand bushels of corn with one mule that had to almost walk on three feet. (It had stepped on a stub of a cane that had been cut off.) He built a little barn on the rocks west of the house.

He kept his milk cow under a bluff above the house. He had a fence around it. There were two separate rooms of the house. One was about 20 x 20. Maybe they both were. Each had chimneys. Mother said one was Grandmother Bull's kitchen; the other one was uncle Jack Byar's house that used to set next to the road on the east side before you go down the hill to Lumbull. Grandfather sold them the land, but it didn't come up on the level land. He let them build on his land so she could wait on Grandmother, who was sickly.

He also sold Uncle John McCullough the land where the church is built, and they built close to Grandmother near the line. I think Aunt Caroline was sick when she lived there too. He may have sold John Wilson some land too. They lived at the foot of the hill, where the pasture used to be when Aunt Nancy was living. I don't know if she ever lived in the edge of the field where there was a house when we went to school at Fairview, Alabama.

I think an Adams family originally lived where the old house burned. I think the graves in the field are Nixes.

(As a footnote t these recollections of Mary Rosa Bull Osborn, I think we can assume she did not put in writing all she intended. She had an amazing memory, and these notes she left only scratched the surface. They were jotted down in a little notebook she had entitled "Childhood Memories" and probably were written shortly before she passed away. The pages were loose and not in their rightful order; it is likely that she dropped them and then mixed the pages when she put them back in the notebook. However, as nearly as I could determine., the notes herein are just as she remembered and recorded them herself. Some of them were written with a steady hand and were very legible, but others were almost impossible to decipher. Notes transcribed by Barbara Marvena Fadler Osborn, daughter-in-law.)


More About Mary Rosamond (Rosa) Bull:
Burial: Cedar Tree Cemetery on Hwy 172 in Hackleburg (Marion Co.) Alabama
Emigration: January 04, 1944, Moved with children to Dunklin Co., MO
Funeral: at Hackleburg First Baptist Church
Occupation: School Teacher(15-20yrs)
Religion: Baptist
Social Security Number: 430-19-2435

Notes for George Campbell Osborn:
George Campbell Osborn was born on the same farm that his father John S. Osborn was born. Began farming in Georgia, but later moved to AL where he met Mary Rosamond Bull. Originally buried in Kennett, MO. He was reburied in Cedar Tree Cemetary, Hackleburg (Marion) AL after Mary Rosamond Bull his wife died. And they were buried side-by-side.



More About George Campbell Osborn:
Burial: originally buried in Missouri and reburied after Mary Rosamond (Rosa) Bull's death
Education: could not read or write, but was good at math
Emigration: Abt. 1901, Moved with family to Berdette, Ark./left after 2 years
Military service: Georgia Pvt. 40 CO 20 Engineers WWI
Occupation: Farmer

       354       v.       Clara Eugenia Bull, born November 27, 1896; died February 07, 1988. She married Arlie Lee Wigginton.

Notes for Clara Eugenia Bull:
No children

More About Clara Eugenia Bull:
Burial: Cedar Tree Cemetery on Hwy 172 in Hackleburg (Marion Co.) Alabama

More About Arlie Lee Wigginton:
Burial: Cedar Tree Cemetery on Hwy 172 in Hackleburg (Marion Co.) Alabama

       355       vi.       Essie Caroline Bull, born September 02, 1899; died February 1987 in AL. She married Rufus Wilson.

More About Essie Caroline Bull:
Residence: Haleyville, Winston, AL
Social Security Number: 1954, 418-48-6213 in AL

More About Rufus Wilson:
Residence: Haleyville, Winston, AL
Social Security Number: 424-12-0824 in AL

       356       vii.       Iona Bull, born March 26, 1901; died May 05, 1989. She married Donald E. Spraggins.

Notes for Iona Bull:
No children

More About Iona Bull:
Burial: Cedar Tree Cemetery on Hwy 172 in Hackleburg (Marion Co.) Alabama
Social Security Number: 1954, 421-48-7770

More About Donald E. Spraggins:
Burial: Cedar Tree Cemetery on Hwy 172 in Hackleburg (Marion Co.) Alabama
Social Security Number: 422-14-3837

       357       viii.       Jacob Court Bull, born November 05, 1904 in AL; died March 1984 in Pauls Valley, Garvin, Oklahoma. He married Velma Annie Mae Sutherland January 14, 1933.

More About Jacob Court Bull:
Education: 1927, graduated from Auburn Univ.
Occupation: Bet. 1927 - 1945, taught vocational agriculture near Preston, GA. Taught a total of 18yrs in GA,TN,OK
Social Security Number: 1952, 444-34-9932

More About Velma Annie Mae Sutherland:
Social Security Number: 1973, 440-64-529 in OK

       358       ix.       John Lytle Bull, born May 14, 1907; died August 13, 1981. He married Juanita Francis Lauderdale September 17, 1937.

More About John Lytle Bull:
Occupation: Agri Teacher for 25-30yrs, farmed & ran dairy
Residence: Tuscumbia, AL
Social Security Number: 1954, 421-48-7708 in AL

       99. Nancy Clementine4 Bull (Margaret3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born April 23, 1857 in Marion, AL, and died December 25, 1888 in Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa, AL; buried there.. She married John S. Wilson 1878.

More About Nancy Clementine Bull:
Census: 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.694
Medical (Facts Page): November 08, 1888, File# 3355: admitted State of Alabama Department of Mental Health at Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa, AL at age 32 and in poor health
       
Children of Nancy Bull and John Wilson are:
       359       i.       James Archie5 Wilson, born April 22, 1879.
       360       ii.       Houston Asia Wilson, born May 30, 1881.
       361       iii.       Oscar Benjamin Wilson, born October 16, 1883.
       362       iv.       Ida Wilson, born October 12, 1885; died Abt. August 06, 1906 in drowned herself at Brush Creek, Bear Creek, AL.
       363       v.       Laudie Lawson Wilson, born August 04, 1887.

       101. Margaret "Virginia" Eugenia "Eugenah"4 Bull (Margaret3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born December 06, 1859 in Marion, AL, and died July 11, 1902 in Covington, TN. She married Dr. Andrew Johnson "Jack" Roby October 20, 1881.

More About Margaret "Virginia" Eugenia "Eugenah" Bull:
Census: July 19, 1860, Marion Co, AL; p.694; age: 2
       
Children of Margaret Bull and Dr. Roby are:
       364       i.       Lang Wallace5 Roby, born July 15, 1882.
       365       ii.       Amber (Ambia) Roby, born April 22, 1884; died 1973.

More About Amber (Ambia) Roby:
Occupation: Nurse in WW II, later became blind

       366       iii.       Alvah Roby, born October 22, 1886.
       367       iv.       Fain Roby, born March 25, 1892.
       368       v.       Myrtle Roby, born December 03, 1894; died 1973 in Unmarried.
       369       vi.       Carl Roby, born January 27, 1897; died in (paralyzed from waist down).
       370       vii.       Lucille Roby, born May 13, 1900. She married Otis Burleson.

More About Lucille Roby:
Occupation: Registered Nurse
Residence: Hamilton, AL

       102. Joseph Marion4 Bull (Margaret3 Frederick, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born March 15, 1861 in (Marion) AL, and died February 14, 1941 in Covington, TN, buried at Covington. He married (1) Sarah Frances (Fannie) Coker in 2nd wife:These may not be the correct children. He married (2) Posie Byars.

More About Joseph Marion Bull:
Census: 1870, AL -Marion Co. p4a
Residence: near Tabernacle (Tipton) TN

Notes for Sarah Frances (Fannie) Coker:
2nd wife of Joseph Marion Bull
the niece of his 1st wife

Notes for Posie Byars:
1st wife of Joseph Marion Bull
       
Children of Joseph Bull and Sarah Coker are:
       371       i.       Charles Clifford5 Bull, born August 28, 1893; died March 04, 1964 in MS.
       372       ii.       Edward Carmack Bull, born October 02, 1895 in lived near Covington, TN; died January 25, 1961 in shoulder shot off in WWI.
       373       iii.       Pleasant Thaddeus (Thad) Bull, born 1898 in lived near Covington, TN.
       374       iv.       Mary Edna Bull, born October 03, 1900.
       375       v.       Carrie Bell (Kate) Bull, born January 23, 1903. She married Edgar Whitehorn.
       376       vi.       James Arnold Bull, born October 19, 1905; died January 16, 1989 in Covington, TN.
       377       vii.       Joseph Marion (Little Joe) Jr. Bull, born January 22, 1909 in lived near Covington, TN.
       
Children of Joseph Bull and Posie Byars are:
       378       i.       Unknown twin 15 Bull, died in died as children.
       379       ii.       Unknown twin 2 Bull, died in died as children.
       380       iii.       Unknown Bull, died in died as children.

       107. Jefferson Davis4 Frederick (Robert Houston3, Hezekiah2, Philip1) was born August 13, 1861, and died March 29, 1938. He married Lucy Bell King November 30, 1892.
       
Children of Jefferson Frederick and Lucy King are:
       381       i.       Archie5 Frederick, died in moved to Texas.
       382       ii.       Asa Frederick, died in lived near Rockwood (Franklin) AL. He married Emma Mancil.
       383       iii.       Elisha Frederick, died in moved to Texas.
       384       iv.       Rhoda Frederick. She married Bill Quillen.
       385       v.       CLARA FREDERICK, born March 1894. She married HENRY FIKE.
       386       vi.       THOMAS E. FREDERICK, born March 1896.
       387       vii.       HOWARD F. FREDERICK, born November 1897.
       388       viii.       Willie M. Frederick, born September 1899. She married George Green.
       389       ix.       Millie A. Frederick, born August 11, 1901. She married John Woodruff.
       390       x.       JEWELL FREDERICK, born April 28, 1909.


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