Marshall County, Alabama Surname Research

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  1. James M Hill b:1815 in Alabama, married Elizabeth King in Marshall Co on Apr 27, 1848. Looking for his parents, I believe his father was James M Hill Sr, but cannot prove this info. If anybody has info please let me know, any info will be welcome.

  2. Fennell (more specifically, Nelson Fennell born 1890s (approx), married to Rosa Fennell. Father’s name was James Fennell.

  3. Seeking All info on Louanna Bales, Listed in the 1900 census as daughter of Burl C. Bales. Louanna was born abt. 1893. MY Grandmother was a Louanna Bales. maybe this was her.

  4. Jacqueline McLelland

    Does anyone know where Robert Erwin b 22 Apr 1782 d 3 May 1843 Hazel Green is buried? Would like to view grave. Family member said son James Jackson Erwin was buried beside him. James b 4 Apr 1822 or 23 died 8 Sep 1901

  5. Amos Robinson, Cherokee, received a reservation in Marshall County, AL in the treaty of 1817. The Robinson/Roberson/Robertson Reservation still shows on area maps today. His daughter Eliza married Andrew Ice, and the family went by wagon train to Rusk Xo. Texas. Eliza died en-route, at Shreveport, LA of cholera. Amos’ son James T. Robinson stayed on the land, which remained in the family until the late 1800s.

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