Big changes have come to Genealogy.com — all content is now read-only, and member subscriptions and the Shop have been discontinued.
 
Learn more


Chat | Daily Search | My GenForum | Community Standards | Terms of Service
Jump to Forum
Home: Surnames: Hallmark Family Genealogy Forum

Post FollowupReturn to Message ListingsPrint Message

searching Hallmark/copeland
Posted by: barbara lattimore (ID *****3492) Date: August 12, 2003 at 11:18:17
  of 578

I have gone this route because my mother always told me that her mother was Cherokee Don't know why she put it that way, why she didn't include herself. I've also gotten that confirmation from one of my cousins. (Who I met doing research on my grandmother).
The following is all I've been able to get in my quest for a tree for my grand kids. I have not included myself or my mother in this post: If the following rings any bells I'd appreciate the help. I can not afford at this time to purchase any thing to aide in this search as I'm am laid off and looking for work. My Great grand mother and father is where I've gotten way lost. I can't seem to get further.
THank you in advance for your support. I have highlighted in red who I know to be my people, In yellow those I'm not sure of.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1900 census - Lathamville, DeKalb Co. AL; E.D. 75 page 180
Copeland, Sarah H., sister inlaw; born Aug. 1883, age 16, AL AL AL was living with James and Mary E. Teague (Mary born 1874). There was an Alexander Copeland and family living nearby. I cannot connect Alexander to Mary E. and Sarah H. (DeKalb Co. is next to Etowah Co.) < Found a Alexander Copeland on the Not eligible Applicant on Guion Miller Roll 1909 Roll #27951> ( Found James M. Teague on Same Not eligible Applicant Roll #40577) Yet I find several Copelands and one Teague on the approved rolls Miller app# 17684 (dofw ?) Don't know if there is a connection or not.

1910 census - Altoona Twp., Etowah Co. AL, 15 April 1910, enumeration district 79; sheet 1B
Hallmark, Jesse, 27, 1st marriage; married 7 yrs., born in AR and parents in AL; Coal Miner ( My Ggrandparents)
Sarah H., 27, 1st marriage; 4 children with 3 living; AL AL AL
Eunice P., 6, AL
Jesse F., 3, AL
Eula M., 1 2/12, AL( )

1920 census - Ward 6, Jackson Co. LA; 7 Jan 1920, E.D. 141, page 117
Hallmark, Jessie S., 38, AR AL AL; Engineer - pumping station
Hanna, 37, AL AL AL
Floyd, 13, AL
Eula M., 11, AL ( )
Mamie L., 8, AL ( THis is my Grandmother Born 1912)
Ruthie G., 6, AL
Dessie O., 3, AL

1930 census - Illinois Twp., Pope Co. AR, 21 April 1930, E.D. 58-21; sheet 12B
Hallmark, J.S., 56, was 21 when married, AR AL AL; coal miner
Sarah H., 42, was 16 when married; AL AL AL (note: I believe her current age and marriage age are incorrect)
Gertrude, 16, AL
Odie (dau.), 13, AL
Living Next door:
Park, L. O., 28, was 23 when first married, AL AR AR; coal miner (These are the above mentioned cousins parents)
Eula, 21; age 17 when first married; AL AR AL(Refer Above census)
Nadis ?(not legibile), 3, born OK
Jessie 4/12, TN

( Here I know my mother was born In Pope county Ark 1931 the following show,s evidence of my Grand mother Mamie Lou living with my Grandfather Claude In Pope co. Ark. 1930)

3 pages away on census was this family:
Gray, W. W., 63; age 18 when first married, born in AR, father in MO and mother in TN; farmer
Ida, 60, was 15 when first married; AR OK TN
Claud, 18, age 18 when married; AR AR AR; miner
Mamie L., 19, age 19 when married; AR US US (actually she was born in AL) (Refer Census above this is my Grandmother )

I hope this is in understandabe order. But, I'm trying to find names of Ggrandparents families.
Thanks again for your help
Barbara L.


Notify Administrator about this message?
Followups:

Post FollowupReturn to Message ListingsPrint Message

http://genforum.genealogy.com/hallmark/messages/419.html
Search this forum:

Search all of GenForum:

Proximity matching
Add this forum to My GenForum Link to GenForum
Add Forum
Home |  Help |  About Us |  Site Index |  Jobs |  PRIVACY |  Affiliate
© 2007 The Generations Network