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  1. Pedigree Resource File CD 9 (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2000).
  2. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families, page 337.
  3. GEDCOM file imported on 15 Aug 2001. (Pedigree Resource File).
  4. Alabama.
  5. Pine Hill, Wilcox, Alabama, Grave marker gives information on Marriage.
  6. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families, page 338.
  7. Wilcox County, Alabama, Marriages. Marriage Records Book 11, page 490.
  8. Death Records, Dept of Alabama Death Certificate.
  9. Wilcox County, Alabama, Wilcox, Alabama.
  10. Alabama Death Certificate.
  11. Alabama, Enon Cemetary gravestone.
  12. Pine Hill, Wilcox, Alabama.
  13. Alabama Death Certificate.
  14. Montgomery Advertiser, A Final Tribute In Memory of.... (Moontgomery, Ala Dec 26, 1969).
  15. LDS Ancestral File AFN:JF7H-VP.
  16. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families, page 240.
  17. LDS Ancestral File AFN:QHWZ-33.
  18. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families, page 331.
  19. The Autry Family Association Bulletin-Vol.37, "Autery Family family group sheet," compiled November 1995 (). Vol 37 page 37-23 and 24. Pedigree Chart of Dixie Ann Cook Smith.
  20. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families, page 332.
  21. Pedigree Resource File CD 5 (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 1999).
  22. GEDCOM file imported on 24 Feb 2002.
  23. Donalee Phillips, "Melton #1," e-mail message from (Roots Web's World Connect Project) to, Published 16 April 2002.
  24. Pedigree Resource File CD 11 (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2000).
  25. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SAINTS, Ancestral File (R) (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998).
  26. GEDCOM file imported on 20 Feb 2002.
  27. U.S. Census BUREAU, 1790 U.S. Census of Richmond County, North Carolina.
  28. "Moorman and Clark Families," By Charles K. Bradner, 708 Pearl Street, Lynchburg, Virginia 24504 434-845-9241 Found at the Jones Memorial Library, Lynchburg, Virginia.
  29. , Wilcox County, Alabama Heritage Book (:, 2002), page 304.
  30. Pedigree Resource File CD 22 (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2000).
  31. GEDCOM file imported on 27 Feb 2002.
  32. 1850 U. S. Census, 1850 US Population Census.
  33. Ibid., 1850 Census.
  34. LDS International Genealogical Index, 1994 Edition, version 3.05.
  35. LDS Ancestral File AFN:1WOV-ZG.
  36. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families.
  37. Dennis L. Maness, "Maness, Sheffield, Meltons," e-mail message from () to, 8-25-03 file information last dated 1 Aug 2003.
  38. C. W. Wallace, compiler, Dumas Families, Nine Generations of (: C. W. Wallace, 16 Oct 1992). Author C. W. Wallace 12997 Camino Emparrado San Diego, CA 92128. Found at Family History Library, 35 North West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150.
  39. Ibid., page 4.
  40. Information we had previoiusly to 2000 fire.
  41. , Dumas Families, Nine Generations of, page 4. married about 1702 to Unity Smith, of New Kent County, Virginia and granddaughter of Mary Croshaw White.
  42. Pedigree Resourse File from Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Copyright 2000, CD 14.
  43. Ibid., CD 14. Family Research from CD 14.
  44. The Lankfords & Langfords of Virginia By Bruce Montgomery Edwards Gateway Press, Inc. Baltimore 1987 Genealogical Department Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Salt Lake City, Utah, Page 55. John Lankford was born some time around 1662, son of Thomas of King and Queen. Northing is known about him during his early life and until 1704 when he was shown on the Quit Rent roll, the payment to the crown for use of his property, holding 100 acres in King and Queen. In the next year, on 2 November 1705, his identity is firmly established. He received a grant, or deed, to 228 acres "of which 186 acres had been bought by his father Thomas Lankford and 42 acres for the importation of one person, Elizabeth Trappo." He had inherited part of his fahters estsate and had purchased a head-rihgt from someone who paid Trappo's passage to Virginia. This did not necessarily suggest that the immigrant was anywhere near the property, or even in the county. She may, however, have been in John's household later - no one knows.
  45. Ibid., Page 55.
  46. Ibid., Page 56. 1. Cordelia Lankford was born about 1682 - purely as a guess. Her birth date, and others of the family, are projected from what little there is available and admittedly, may be off by several years. Her brother Thomas had been the first Lankford known to be associated with the Quakers and Cordelia had followed him in requesting membership in the Friends. She was married on 20 November 1704 to Frances Clark in the Black Creek Meeting of Friends, located near Sedley, 8 mi. north of Franklin in Southampton County. No efford has been made to follow her further.
  47. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SAINTS, Ancestral File (TM) (June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998).
  48. Faye Allen, Letter from Veterans Administration.
  49. Marengo County Marriage Records.
  50. Family Records.
  51. Social Security, death date Sep. 1967.
  52. San Angelo Standard Times, Funeral Is Slated For Ruben Autery (San Angelo, Texas 19 Sep 1967).
  53. Family Records - P. Eulean O. Potts.
  54. Records of P. Eulean O. Potts.
  55. Family Records - P. Eulean O. Potts.
  56. Family Records - P. Eulean O. Potts, Killed in service auto accident.
  57. LDS Ancestral File AFN:1SGW-VTH.
  58. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families.
  59. Ibid., page 101 thru 239.
  60. Ibid., pg. 28.
  61. LDS Ancestral File AFN:JF7J-57.
  62. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families, page 349 thru 533.
  63. LDS Ancestral File AFN:JF7J-3V.
  64. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families, page 534 thru 569.
  65. LDS Ancestral File AFN:JF7H-Z7.
  66. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families, page 570.
  67. Ibid., page 679.
  68. LDS Ancestral File AFN: JF7J-B3.
  69. LDS Ancestral File AFN:QHWZ-2W.
  70. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families, page 346.
  71. Ibid., page 340.
  72. , Wilcox County, Alabama Heritage Book.
  73. The Descendants of Cornelius Autry, Immigrant, of Edgecombe County, and Neil Culbreth of Sampson County, North Carolina, and Allied Families, page 341.
  74. Ibid., page 345.
  75. Ibid., page 335.
  76. gravestone inscription.
  77. Probate Office, Wilcox, Alabama, Marriage License. Wilcox, Albama Marriage Book 9 Nellie E. Adama and Cournelius Autery.
  78. Probate Office, Wilcox County, Alabama Marriage Recordss Marriage Book Vol 10 page 121, Vol 10, page 121.
  79. Wilcox County Probate Court Marriage Records Book 9, page 154.
  80. Page 539.
  81. He lived 8 months and 26 days.
  82. Family Records - P. Eulean O. Potts, He died at 5 years and 7 months.
  83. Marriage Records. Wilcox County Probate Records House of C. Autery, Sr. Narriage Records, Vol 10, page 226.
  84. Family Records.
  85. Clarke County, Alabama Heritage Book.
  86. 1840 US Population Census.
  87. Steven McGilberry, compiler, Records of McGilberry Family (Texas:, 2003).
  88. Ibid., Records on Lary Familys.
  89. GEDCOM file. Created on 3 FEB 2001. Imported on 10 Oct 2003.
  90. , Dumas Families, Nine Generations of, page 2 and 3.
  91. Ibid., 2.
  92. Ilene Kinman at ilene@tds.net ancestry.com awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igmm.cgi?=GET&db=:178382&id=10075.
  93. Elizabeth W. Whitten, Researched and Authored by Helen Morgan Akens and Sheldon LeGrade Morgan, compiler, Morgans of Wilcox and Clarke Counties Alabama and Allied Families (Huntsville, Alabama 35802: Communication Plus Publishing, 1994).
  94. Michael R. Leisure, Coming to America The Melton, Milton's (:, 1999).
  95. , Wilcox County, Alabama Heritage Book, Page 249.
  96. , Page 62. 4. Thomas Lankford "of New Kent" may have been the youngest, rather than the oldest of the children of John of King & Queen. He will be called Thomas of New Kent to distinguish him from the many Lankfords of this name. He must have been born some time about 1675- 1680 - we cannot know positively.
  97. Ibid.
  98. Ibid., Page 56. Vestry writings of St. Peter's Pariish in New Kent leave information about John and Rebecca's children. A newspaper item gives the only personal information available: The Virginia Gazette of Williamsburg, issue of 7 January 1736-7 "On Christmas Eve died, in Hanover County after a very short illness, Mr. JOhn Lanford, a noted and skillful musician. His death is much lamented by his acquaintences in general whose love and Esteem has been Acquired by his facetious, good behavior, and the more so having left behind him a poor widow and six or seven small children , who 'tis hoop'd will receive some comfort under their affliction from the beneficent Hand of those Gentlemen and Ladies whom he has often delighted with his Harmony.".
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  100. 1860 US Population Census.