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Re: GEORGE Family Puzzles - Alabama
Posted by: Tony Bloodworth (ID *****3262) Date: June 02, 2004 at 11:10:38
In Reply to: Re: GEORGE Family Puzzles - Alabama by karen broadway of 6517

I would appreciate and Information that you would have about Eller A. Walker and Rebecca George because I didn't know Rebecca's Mother name, I had her father's name and I don't have a picture of Rebecca. I'm embedding a portion of word doc of some of my ancestors to let you know where I'm coming from . Thanks for any information.

SIMON JEFFERSON BLOODWORTH

1872-1924





Simon Jefferson Bloodworth was born September 9, 1872 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama. The son of Solomon Washington and Mary Jane Hamlet Bloodworth. He died February 2, 1924. He married 1900 Rebecca George, and their children were:



1. Annie Bloodworth b. September 22, 1902 in Limestone County, Alabama. d. 1957. Married John Willett.

2. Henry David Bloodworth b. December 25, 1904 in Limestone County, Alabama. d. March 21, 1964. Married Rosie Lovell.

3. Edit Pearl Bloodworth b. May 25, 1907 in Limestone County, Alabama. d. September 2, 1980. Married Raymond Adams.

4. Grover Lee Bloodworth b. January 31, 1910 in Limestone County, Alabama. d. August 23, 1980. Married 1st Dale Cheatman, 2nd Aleane Thompson.

5. James Otho Bloodworth b. January 17, 1912 in Limestone County, Alabama. d. 1967. Married Mattie Goode.

6. Dennis Lakon Bloodworth b. April 17, 1917 in Limestone County, Alabama. d. September 20, 1985. Married Ester V. Wright.



He moved to Limestone Co around the 1900's. Henry David above was my Grandfather.





Tony R. Bloodworth




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