Johnny Green Harris
M, (say 1906 - )
|Birth*||say 1906||Johnny was born say 1906.|
|Marriage*||February 1929||He married Earl Musette Woodham at Dothan, Houston Co., Alabama, in February 1929.|
|Earl Musette Woodham (say 1908 - )|
|Last Edited||18 May 2000|
Earl Musette Woodham
F, (say 1908 - )
|Birth*||say 1908||Earl was born say 1908.|
|Marriage*||February 1929||She married Johnny Green Harris at Dothan, Houston Co., Alabama, in February 1929.|
|Married Name||February 1929||As of February 1929, her married name was Harris.|
|Johnny Green Harris (say 1906 - )|
|Last Edited||18 May 2000|
William Polk Jr.
M, (1748 - 1805)
|Birth*||1748||William was born at Accomack Co., Virginia, in 1748.|
|Employment*||William's occupation: captain.|
|Marriage*||25 January 1764||He married Sabra Bradford at Accomack Co., Virginia, on 25 January 1764.|
|American Revolution*||between 1775 and 1783||He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783|
(DAR Listing: William Polk, born before 1744 in Virginia, died 1805 in North Carolina, married Sabra Bradford, Captain, Virginia
During the Revolution, William Polk organized a company of militia and served as it's captain. His home was burned by the British.)1
|Death*||1805||He died at North Carolina in 1805.1|
|Biography*||William Polk made of business of making salt from sea water. He and and his family lived on the shore of Accomack Co., VA.|
|Sabra Bradford (say 1746 - )|
|Last Edited||30 April 2012|
- DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.
F, (say 1746 - )
|Birth*||say 1746||Sabra was born at Accomack Co., Virginia, say 1746.|
|Marriage*||25 January 1764||She married William Polk Jr. at Accomack Co., Virginia, on 25 January 1764.|
|Married Name||25 January 1764||As of 25 January 1764, her married name was Polk.|
|Death*||She died at Accomack Co., Virginia.|
|William Polk Jr. (1748 - 1805)|
|Last Edited||4 October 2000|
F, (3 June 1772 - )
|Father||William Polk Jr. (1748 - 1805)|
|Mother||Sabra Bradford (s 1746 - )|
|Married Name||Her married name was Clegg.|
|Birth*||3 June 1772||Bridget was born at Accomack Co., Virginia, on 3 June 1772.|
|Marriage*||She married Thomas Clegg.|
|Thomas Clegg (6 March 1767 - 23 October 1827)|
|Last Edited||15 July 1999|
M, (6 March 1767 - 23 October 1827)
|Father||Isaac Clegg (s 1737 - )|
|Mother||Esther Watt (s 1739 - )|
|Birth*||6 March 1767||Thomas was born on 6 March 1767.|
|Marriage*||He married Bridget Polk.|
|Death*||23 October 1827||He died on 23 October 1827 at age 60.|
|Bridget Polk (3 June 1772 - )|
|Last Edited||15 July 1999|
David Allen Carlisle
M, (2 June 1931 - )
|Father||William Leonard Carlisle (8 Nov 1908 - 31 Aug 1999)|
|Mother||Mary Elizabeth Budd (23 Jun 1910 - 10 Dec 2002)|
|Birth*||2 June 1931||David was born at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama, on 2 June 1931.|
|Charts||Francis Carlisle Descendants|
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants (#1)
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants (#2)
John Culpepper of Randolph AL Female Descendants (#3)
|Last Edited||13 September 2014|
William Riley Hood
M, (say 1834 - June 1863)
|Father||William Hood (10 Dec 1784 - 21 Aug 1858)|
|Mother||Sallie Reeves (s 1786 - )|
|Birth*||say 1834||William was born say 1834.|
|Marriage*||He married Sarah Elizabeth Miller at Mellow Valley, Clay Co., Alabama.|
|Photographed*||say 1860||He was photographed say 1860 at Randolph Co., Alabama.1|
|Death*||June 1863||He died at Vicksburg, Warren Co., Mississippi, in June 1863|
William Riley was killed at the siege of Vicksburg near where the TX monument is at. The Confederate dead were turned over to the city undertaker who buried them in the city cemetery. He kept diligent records of the burials of all the men, but his records were lost. To date someone found about half the records so those graves were able to be marked, the rest are unknown.1
|Sarah Elizabeth Miller (January 1836 - 12 December 1897)|
|Last Edited||26 April 2009|
- E-mail written 2004 from Sandra Yvonne Alford Bray, e-mail address.
Sarah Elizabeth Miller
F, (January 1836 - 12 December 1897)
|Father||William Miller (s 1811 - Sep 1875)|
|Mother||Elizabeth Ray (1816 - 1902)|
|Married Name||Her married name was Hood.|
|Marriage*||She married William Riley Hood at Mellow Valley, Clay Co., Alabama.|
|Birth*||January 1836||Sarah was born in January 1836.|
|Death*||12 December 1897||She died on 12 December 1897 at age 61|
"A SAD DEATH. Grandmother Hood Laid to Rest Beside Her Son.
"On the evening of the 12th of December, Sister S. E. Hood breathed her last on earth and passed up to her eternal reward through the mertis of her blessed Lord and Savior. Her sufferings were brief, lasting but a few days.
She anticipated her death. Talking with her friends before her late illness, she said that she did not expect to remain with us much longer; that she was not afraid of the transition, but lingered with the children and grandchildren, with pleasure, in the hope that she might be of some use to them.
"Sister Hood resided in the home of Colonel Lackey, and no one could have been kinder to her than he was. Grandma Hood was the pet of his home, and he and his wife ministered to her wants with all the tenderness of loving children, and she was gentle and appreciative in return. Sister Hood was a good and gentle woman; conservative and safe as a friend and adviser, and tender and faithful as a mother. She was much esteemed by her friends, and loved by her kindred. She had expressed the desire to be laid to rest by the side of her distinguished son, Col. Wm. Hood, in the LaFayette cemetery, and that wish was respected by Colonel Lackey and his wife, and the funeral occurred in the Baptist church at LaFayette. The writer was assisted in the sad service by Rev. G. A. Hornady, pastor of the church. The members of the Lafayette church, and other citizens, extended every needed courtesy and consoled the saddened hearts by their marked respect. Preofessor Black, to whose choir she had listened with pleasure in other days, conducted the music of the sad hour. After the funeral services at the church, as she had
wished, she was laid to rest by the side of her son December 14, 1897.
"Sister Hood was a daughter of Wm. Miller, and was born in the State of Georgia, July 31, 1837.
"Her family removed from Georgia to Alabama about the year 1847. She professed a hope in Christ in her girlhood, and joiend the Baptist church, being baptrized by Rev. James Foreman.
"She was married to Wm. Riley Hood, February 19, 1855. Her children are Mrs. Allen Dean, Col. Wm. Hood, now deceased, J. L. Hood, now in Texas, and Mrs. Zera Manning. All of the living chidlren, except J. L. Hood, were present at her funeral. Her sister, Mrs. Peak, of Locust Grove, Ga., was also present.
"Farewell, dear sister, 'till we meet you in the mighty and unseen beyond! --Affectionately, John P. Shaffer" (p. 1 in ALLIE ABERNATHY'S SCRAPBOOKS 1893-1923: Marriages, Deaths and Other Items from Chambers County, Alabama Newspapers, compiled by Laura Alabama Floretta Abernathy). This item appeared in 1897.1
|William Riley Hood (say 1834 - June 1863)|
|Last Edited||30 April 2004|
- E-mail written 2004 - from Mary Meyer, e-mail address.