Andrew Lafayette Lewis1

M, (15 March 1875 - )
Name Variation He was also known as Fate A.2 
Birth*15 March 1875 He was born on 15 March 1875 at Coffee Co., Alabama.1 
Marriage*19 March 1896 He married Clemmy Whittle at Pike Co., Alabama, on 19 March 1896 at age 21. Andrew and Clemmy had nine children: Lillie Mae Lewis (Born 23 Jan 1896, died 10 Sept 1900), Edlow Spurgeon Lewis (Born 12 May 1898, died 19 August 1901. Both he and his sister Lillie died of "Swamp Fever", which is Typhoid), James Lafayette Lewis, Lessie Olene Lewis, Elkin Eliche Lewis, Connie Ray Lewis, Fay Eugene Lewis, Jewel Leola Lewis, and Phenice Bronnie Lewis.3 

Family

Clemmy Whittle (17 April 1878 - )
Child
Last Edited1 October 2009

Citations

  1. Rochelle T. Farris and Lavina Jordan Helms, Coffee Springs, Alabama: A History, Montgomery, Alabama: Herff Jones Yearbook Publications, 1982, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1292/C1 H2f.
    p. 62.
  2. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
  3. E-mail written 2004-2014 from Sandra Marcelle 'Marcy' Culpepper Helgeson (#48658), e-mail address, e-mail address.

Clemmy Whittle1

F, (17 April 1878 - )
Birth*17 April 1878 She was born on 17 April 1878. She was the daughter of of Elisha and Mary Marietta Shaw Whittle.2 
Marriage*19 March 1896 She married Andrew Lafayette Lewis at Pike Co., Alabama, on 19 March 1896 at age 17. Andrew and Clemmy had nine children: Lillie Mae Lewis (Born 23 Jan 1896, died 10 Sept 1900), Edlow Spurgeon Lewis (Born 12 May 1898, died 19 August 1901. Both he and his sister Lillie died of "Swamp Fever", which is Typhoid), James Lafayette Lewis, Lessie Olene Lewis, Elkin Eliche Lewis, Connie Ray Lewis, Fay Eugene Lewis, Jewel Leola Lewis, and Phenice Bronnie Lewis.2 
Married Name19 March 1896  As of 19 March 1896, her married name was Lewis.2 

Family

Andrew Lafayette Lewis (15 March 1875 - )
Child
Last Edited1 October 2009

Citations

  1. Rochelle T. Farris and Lavina Jordan Helms, Coffee Springs, Alabama: A History, Montgomery, Alabama: Herff Jones Yearbook Publications, 1982, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1292/C1 H2f.
    p. 62.
  2. E-mail written 2004-2014 from Sandra Marcelle 'Marcy' Culpepper Helgeson (#48658), e-mail address, e-mail address.

Burma McAlilley1

F, (say 1896 - January 1919)
FatherLee McAlilley2 (c 1862 - )
MotherNeona (?)2 (c 1859 - )
Birth*say 1896 She was born say 1896.1 
Marriage*1917 She married Calvin Clarke Culpepper at Coffee Springs, Geneva Co., Alabama, in 1917.3 
Married Name1917  As of 1917, her married name was Culpepper.3 
Death*January 1919 She died at Geneva Co., Alabama, in January 1919.4 

Family

Calvin Clarke Culpepper (8 May 1893 - 9 November 1918)
Child
Last Edited24 July 2005

Citations

  1. Rochelle T. Farris and Lavina Jordan Helms, Coffee Springs, Alabama: A History, Montgomery, Alabama: Herff Jones Yearbook Publications, 1982, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1292/C1 H2f.
    p. 63.
  2. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 112, Page 9A, Lines 35-38, Beat 13, Geneva Co., AL
    Lee McLilly, Head, M, W, 57, md, FL/SC/GA
    Neona McLilly, Wife, F, W, 60, md, AL/GA/GA
    Thomas McLilly, Son, M, W, 17, sng, AL/FL/AL
    Elise Culpepper, GrandDau, F, W, 1 3/12, sng, AL/AL/AL.
  3. Rochelle T. Farris and Lavina Jordan Helms, Coffee Springs, Alabama: A History, Montgomery, Alabama: Herff Jones Yearbook Publications, 1982, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1292/C1 H2f.
    p. 63, 247.
  4. State of Alabama Center for Health Statistics / Record Services Division, compiler, Alabama Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2011.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2453
    Burmer H. McAlily Culpepper died Jan 1919 in Geneva Co., Alabama.

Lessie Calvin Culpepper1

F, (circa 1918 - )
FatherCalvin Clarke Culpepper1 (8 May 1893 - 9 Nov 1918)
MotherBurma McAlilley1 (s 1896 - Jan 1919)
Birth*circa 1918 She was born circa 1918.1 
(Granddaughter) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Lessie was listed as a granddaughter in Lee McAlilley's household on the 1920 Census at Geneva Co., Alabama.2 
(Niece) 1930 Census1 April 1930 Lessie was listed as a niece in Angus McAlilley's household on the 1930 Census at Center, Geneva Co., Alabama.3 
Last Edited24 July 2005

Citations

  1. Rochelle T. Farris and Lavina Jordan Helms, Coffee Springs, Alabama: A History, Montgomery, Alabama: Herff Jones Yearbook Publications, 1982, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1292/C1 H2f.
    p. 63.
  2. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 112, Page 9A, Lines 35-38, Beat 13, Geneva Co., AL
    Lee McLilly, Head, M, W, 57, md, FL/SC/GA
    Neona McLilly, Wife, F, W, 60, md, AL/GA/GA
    Thomas McLilly, Son, M, W, 17, sng, AL/FL/AL
    Elise Culpepper, GrandDau, F, W, 1 3/12, sng, AL/AL/AL.
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 17, Page 228A, Lines 33-38, Upper Casey Ranch Rd, Center, Geneva Co., AL
    Angus McAliley, Head, M, W, 41, [email protected], AL/AL/AL, Farmer, Vet=N
    Mattie McAliley, Wife, F, W, 35, [email protected], AL/AL/AL
    Max McAliley, Son, M, W, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Rex McAliley, Son, M, W, 8, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Lex McAliley, Son, M, W, 6, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Calvin Culpepper, Niece, F, W, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL.

Erwin Adkinson1

M, (after 1900 - )
Birth*after 1900 He was born after 1900.1 
Marriage*1916 He married Bessie Culpepper at Coffee Springs, Geneva Co., Alabama, in 1916.2 

Family

Bessie Culpepper (circa 1900 - )
Last Edited17 July 2005

Citations

  1. Rochelle T. Farris and Lavina Jordan Helms, Coffee Springs, Alabama: A History, Montgomery, Alabama: Herff Jones Yearbook Publications, 1982, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1292/C1 H2f.
    p. 63.
  2. Rochelle T. Farris and Lavina Jordan Helms, Coffee Springs, Alabama: A History, Montgomery, Alabama: Herff Jones Yearbook Publications, 1982, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1292/C1 H2f.
    Bessie Culpepper and Irvin Adkinson married in 1916 in Coffee Springs, Geneva Co., AL, Book 9, page ?

Samuel Allen Cumbie1

M, (18 November 1898 - 30 June 1958)
Birth*18 November 1898 He was born on 18 November 1898 at Texas. Son of Joseph Henderson Cumbie and Louisa Lee Laprad.1 
Marriage*26 July 1918 He married Dora Ethel Brooks on 26 July 1918 at age 19.1 
Death*30 June 1958 He died at Henderson Co., Texas, on 30 June 1958 at age 59.1 
Burial*say 2 July 1958 His body was interred say 2 July 1958 at New York Cemetery, Henderson Co., Texas

Family

Dora Ethel Brooks (5 May 1901 - 4 November 1993)
Last Edited17 July 2005

Citations

  1. E-mail written Jul 2005 to Lew Griffin from William Cumbie, e-mail address.

John Thomas Galloway1

M, (28 March 1843 - 19 November 1913)
FatherGeorge W. Galloway1 (c 1814 - b 14 Mar 1857)
MotherLouisa Elizabeth Culpepper1 (18 Dec 1815 - 2 Dec 1890)
Birth*28 March 1843 He was born on 28 March 1843 at Henry Co., Alabama.1 
Death*19 November 1913 He died at Monroe Co., Alabama, on 19 November 1913 at age 70.1 
Burial*say 21 November 1913 His body was interred say 21 November 1913 at Shiloh Cemetery, Frisco City, Monroe Co., Alabama.1 
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited17 July 2005

Citations

  1. E-mail written Jul 2005 to Lew Griffin from Bobby L. Daniels, e-mail address (Apr 2010).

Pete Tiberio1

M, (say 1890 - )
Birth*say 1890 He was born say 1890.1 
Marriage*say 1955 He married Ona Gay Ingram at Troy, Oakland Co., Michigan, say 1955.1 

Family

Ona Gay Ingram (19 December 1900 - 2 January 1976)
Last Edited18 July 2005

Citations

  1. E-mail written Jun 2005 to Warren Culpepper from Cathy Cate, Carlsbad, New Mexico, e-mail address.

Mary Nancy Money1

F, (2 June 1909 - 15 March 1989)
Married Name Her married name was Culpepper.2 
Birth*2 June 1909 She was born on 2 June 1909 at Headland, Henry Co., Alabama. Mary Nancy was the daughter of John Lewis and Lizzie Fletcher Money and was the fourth of 8 children.1,3 
Marriage*circa 1926 She married Joseph Bertram Culpepper at Henry Co., Alabama, circa 1926.2 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 Her Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Alabama.3 
Biography*1977 MARY NANCY MONEY CULPEPPER
     If you were living in Abbeville in or before 1954 - that is, before we had the dial telephone system -- when we had to call the operator to get the number we wanted, you would remember her by her calm voice, when she asked, "Number please?
     Mary Nancy has been working for the telephone company for 23 years. When she began, there were only 287 customers to be served; today there are 1657 -- with applications practically every day for telephones to be installed. She liked the switchboard system because there was never a dull moment with the lights flashing all the time for service. The most nerve racking experience she had at the switchboard came when World War II came to an end-- when EVERY light on the board kept flashing for days!! Back then the operator was responsible for blowing the siren for every fire in the area. Her work now -- since we have the dial system, is merely routine -- mostly bookwork.
     Mary Nancy's parents were John Lewis and Lizzie Fletcher Money. They had eight children (she was the 4th), 4 boys and 4 girls. She was born in Headland in 1909 -- a native and life-time resident of Henry County. When she was about two, the family moved to Abbeville into the house known as the Stokes' Place, which is owned now by the Verbie Messicks.
     Her father did extensive farming at that time and the children did practically all the farm work with very little hired help -- also helped with the housework.
     She attended grammar school at the Old Zion rural school when the school terms were never over six months. Students had to go to the woods to get the wood that was used to keep the building warm; the water which they drank was brought from a spring. She attended high school in Abbeville.
     Oh! But what fun the children had back then when the schools had box-suppers to raise funds to buy school equipment. The girls carried beautifully decorated boxes of food. Each boy would bid on, and buy (if he had the cash) the box of his favorite girl. Beauty contests were popular at these box suppers - - the winner would possibly get a home-baked cake for a prize.
     They never lacked for recreation when Mary Nancy was growing up; each child would work fast to get through with his chores so that he could go swimming in the creek, play ball, ride horse or mule-back. At night there were peanut shellings, candy pullings, cane grindings, and various forms of entertainment.
     At 17, she was married to Bertram Culpepper, a native of Henry County. The Culpeppers had two children; Joe Burt, who has served as clerk of the Reserve Unit here in Abbeville since he came out of the Army in 1949; Jane, Mrs. Billy Scott Lindsay, Abbeville. Mr. Culpepper died in 1957.
     Mrs. Culpepper was one of the 80 or 82 charter members of the Calvary Baptist Mission, which is now a wide-awake church in Abbeville. She is now a teacher of an adult S. S. Class; served for several years as department Superintendent; was president of the WMU for 2 years -- is now Vice President -- and also Y.W.A.-Director.
     She hopes to retire in two years so that she can have a little time to call her own. Right now, with six grandchildren, a mother, and a church -- all needing her, there is no time to spare!2 
Death*15 March 1989 She died at Abbeville, Henry Co., Alabama, on 15 March 1989 at age 79.3 

Family

Joseph Bertram Culpepper (5 May 1899 - August 1957)
Children
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited2 August 2005

Citations

  1. Hoyt M. Warren, compiler, Henry's Heritage: A History of Henry County, Alabama, Abbeville, Alabama: Henry County Historical Society, 1978-1985 (5 Volumes), Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 H2w.
    Volume 1, page 210.
  2. Hoyt M. Warren, compiler, Henry's Heritage: A History of Henry County, Alabama, Abbeville, Alabama: Henry County Historical Society, 1978-1985 (5 Volumes), Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 H2w.
    Volume 1, page 210: Biography of Mary Nancy Money Culpepper.
  3. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm

Jane Culpepper1

F, (13 May 1931 - 15 January 2017)
FatherJoseph Bertram Culpepper1 (5 May 1899 - Aug 1957)
MotherMary Nancy Money1 (2 Jun 1909 - 15 Mar 1989)
Birth*13 May 1931 She was born on 13 May 1931 at Abbeville, Henry Co., Alabama.1,2 
Married Namesay 1949  As of say 1949, her married name was Lindsay.1 
Marriage*say 1949 She married William Scott Lindsay say 1949.1 
Residence*November 2007 Jane resided at Abbeville, Henry Co., Alabama, in November 2007.3 
Death*15 January 2017 She died on 15 January 2017 at age 85.2 
Obituary*say 16 January 2017 Jane Culpepper Lindsay, a resident of Abbeville, died Sunday afternoon, January 15, 2017, at her home. She was 85.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 A.M. Tuesday, January 17, 2017, in the Calvary Baptist Church with Reverend Teddy Ward, Pastor Alan Capps and Reverend Henry Fullington officiating.

Burial will follow in the Abbeville Memorial Cemetery. Holman-Abbeville Mortuary & Cremations is in charge of arrangements.

The family will receive friends from 10:00 until 11:00 A.M. Tuesday in the church sanctuary.

Mrs. Lindsay was a lifelong resident of Abbeville, daughter of the late Joseph Bertram Culpepper and Mary Nancy Money Culpepper.

She was a 1949 graduate of Abbeville High School.

Mrs. Lindsay was an active member of the Calvary Baptist Church where she served as the church clerk for many years.

She was a member of the Elaine Brown Sunday School Class, the W.M.U., served as Secretary/Treasurer of the Jewel Club and was a member of the Joy Club.

Mrs. Lindsay and her late husband served in the Primary Department of the Calvary Baptist Church for many years.

She retired from the Agricultural Stabilization Conservation Service after twenty-eight years employment.

Mrs. Lindsay was an avid bridge player a former member of the Porch House Bridge Club and several bridge clubs in Abbeville and Dothan. I

n earlier years, she was a member of the 70’s Southland Bank Travel Club.

Mrs. Lindsay and her late husband were avid Auburn fans.

She was preceded in death by her husband, William Scott Lindsay and a brother, Joseph Bertram Culpepper, Jr.

Surviving relatives include a daughter, Nan Armstrong (Lawton Ed), Abbeville; two sons, William Scott Lindsay, Jr; and Herbert Warren Lindsay, Moody, AL; five grandchildren, Jason Selva (Dawn), Lindsay McDaniel, Ashleigh Lindsay Weems (Jason), Joseph Armstrong and Allison Lindsay; eight great-grandchildren, William Wise, Andrew Norton, Murphy Selva, Ellie Jae Weems, Jase Selva, Madilyn McDaniel, Makenzi McDaniel and Logan Blalock; a special cousin, Annie Ruth Hubbard Archibald; two nieces, Cathy McNeal (Mike) and Cindy Volf (Gene), a nephew, Bert Culpepper; several great-nieces and great-nephews.

Serving as active pallbearers will be Jason Selva, Joseph Armstrong, Jason Weems, Bert Culpepper, Wayne Scott, Lawton Ed Armstrong and Bill Roberts.

The family would like to express their appreciation to Home Instead and Gentiva Hospice for the loving care and kindness shown to Mrs. Lindsay during her illness.

Holman Headland & Abbeville 1/15/2017.4 
Obituarysay 16 January 2017 Jane was born on May 13, 1931 and passed away on Sunday, January 15, 2017.
Jane was a resident of Abbeville, Alabama at the time of her passing.
She was a 1949 graduate of Abbeville High School.
She was married to William.
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 A.M. Tuesday January 17 2017 in the Calvary Baptist Church with Reverend Teddy Ward Pastor Alan Capps and Reverend Henry Fullington officiating. Burial will follow in the Abbeville Memorial Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 10:00 until 11:00 A.M. Tuesday in the church sanctuary.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Calvary Baptist Church Playground Fund... or the Abbeville Christian Academy Capital Campaign ....2 

Family

William Scott Lindsay (12 November 1931 - 15 June 1997)
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited21 January 2017

Citations

  1. Hoyt M. Warren, compiler, Henry's Heritage: A History of Henry County, Alabama, Abbeville, Alabama: Henry County Historical Society, 1978-1985 (5 Volumes), Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 H2w.
    Volume 1, page 210: Biography of Mary Nancy Money Culpepper.
  2. Obituary of Jane Lindsay, http://www.tributes.com/obituary/show/Jane-Lindsay-104360444?eid=sp_ommatch
  3. Inc., Provo, UT MyFamily.com, compiler, Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2006.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=7838&enc=1&offerid=0%3a7858%3a0
  4. Find a Grave (online database)
    http://www.findagrave.com
    Find A Grave Memorial# 175380349.

William Scott Lindsay

M, (12 November 1931 - 15 June 1997)
Name Variation He was also known as Billy Scott Lindsay.1 
Birth*12 November 1931 He was born on 12 November 1931.1,2 
Marriage*say 1949 He married Jane Culpepper say 1949.1 
Death*15 June 1997 He died on 15 June 1997 at age 65.2 

Family

Jane Culpepper (13 May 1931 - 15 January 2017)
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited21 January 2017

Citations

  1. Hoyt M. Warren, compiler, Henry's Heritage: A History of Henry County, Alabama, Abbeville, Alabama: Henry County Historical Society, 1978-1985 (5 Volumes), Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 H2w.
    Volume 1, page 210: Biography of Mary Nancy Money Culpepper.
  2. Find a Grave (online database)
    http://www.findagrave.com
    Find A Grave Memorial# 73339096.

Eddie Hickland Hall1

M, (11 November 1894 - 29 July 1980)
Biography* Eddie Hickland and Valentine Culpepper Hall
     My father, Eddie Hickland Hall, was born 11-11-1894 in Henry County Alabama to Oberia Barnes Dukes and Robert Fowler Hall. He died 7-29-1980 in a Dothan hospital. He married Valentine Culpepper b.2-14-1903, daughter of Robert Lee and Eudora Arrington Culpepper of Henry County Alabama 9-05-1921. Valentine Hall died 11-12-1988 in the Abbeville Nursing Home.
     Eddie Hall served in World War I and was a politician. He did farm at times to supplement his income from his political elected office as Clerk of the Circuit Court in Henry County. My father was involved in politics in one form or another for a large part of his 85 years. When he wasn't campaigning for himself; he was campaigning for someone else. He served as Henry County circuit clerk for a total of 36 years and as register for another six years for a total of 42 years. He remembered serving as circuit clerk when they got about $ 1,000 a year. He said, "I plowed two mules in the daytime, then shaved and dressed and went up there and worked at night". My father was first elected clerk in 1922. After serving six years, he went into the banking business for about three years. He lost his job and "got turned out into the world without a dime during the Great Depression."
     At this time my parents returned to the Hall farm in the Barnes community. They moved into the log house built by his grandfather, Reuben Hicklin Hall, in 1845. The family moved to Baldwin County for a short while before returning to Abbeville. He ran for clerk again in 1935 and was elected. He stayed in that position until 1965.
     My mother, Vallie, as she was called was a homemaker and enjoyed visiting the sick and shut-ins. She was a good cook and known for her "Chicken Pie" and pound cake. She never knew whom my father might bring home with him for a meal or to stay overnight. Vallie was a clean housekeeper. We scrubbed the wood floors with a corn shuck mop and homemade lye soap. Sunning the mattresses and pillows was done often on the table built outside for this purpose. Our Saturday job was to sweep the yards and even under the house. No grass was allowed to grow in the yards. Our other chores included pumping water for the house and washing clothes, chopping wood for the stove and fireplaces, and milking the cows.
     To the union of Ed and Vallie were born six children: Robbie Lee Hall b.8-13-1922, d.8-30-1993; Roy Herschel Hall ; Edward Hall ; Vallie Wilson Hall ; Hannon Fowler Hall b.5-13-1932, d.2-18-1998; Mary Margaret Hall .
My parents moved back to the original log house in 1949 and lived there until Eddie's death. My mother was a faithful member… (balance of article and name of author have been lost.)1 
Birth*11 November 1894 He was born on 11 November 1894 at Henry Co., Alabama.1 
World War I*between 1917 and 1918 He served in World War I between 1917 and 1918.1 
Marriage*5 September 1921 He married Valentine Culpepper at Henry Co., Alabama, on 5 September 1921 at age 26.1 
Death*29 July 1980 He died at Dothan, Houston Co., Alabama, on 29 July 1980 at age 85.1 

Family

Valentine Culpepper (14 February 1903 - )
ChartsBenjamin Culpepper of SC Female Descendants
Last Edited18 October 2008

Citations

  1. Henry County Heritage Book Committee, compiler, The Heritage of Henry County, Alabama, Clanton, Alabama: Heritage Pub. Consultants, 2002, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 H2ho.
    "Eddie Hickland and Valentine Culpepper Hall", page 175.

Amos Hasty1

M, (1890 - )
FatherJohn Berry Hasty1 (15 Jul 1851 - 22 Apr 1910)
MotherSarah Ann Elizabeth Chancey1 (27 Feb 1850 - 2 May 1908)
Birth*1890 He was born in 1890 at Henry Co., Alabama.1 
Marriage*say 1924 He married Bertie Blackshear at Henry Co., Alabama, say 1924.1 

Family

Bertie Blackshear (26 September 1889 - October 1981)
Last Edited21 July 2005

Citations

  1. Henry County Heritage Book Committee, compiler, The Heritage of Henry County, Alabama, Clanton, Alabama: Heritage Pub. Consultants, 2002, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 H2ho.
    "Hasty - Hammock - Chancey Families", page 183.

John Berry Hasty1

M, (15 July 1851 - 22 April 1910)
Birth*15 July 1851 He was born on 15 July 1851 at Henry Co., Alabama.1 
Marriage*25 July 1871 He married Sarah Ann Elizabeth Chancey at Henry Co., Alabama, on 25 July 1871 at age 20.1 
Death*22 April 1910 He died on 22 April 1910 at age 58.1 

Family

Sarah Ann Elizabeth Chancey (27 February 1850 - 2 May 1908)
Children
Last Edited21 July 2005

Citations

  1. Henry County Heritage Book Committee, compiler, The Heritage of Henry County, Alabama, Clanton, Alabama: Heritage Pub. Consultants, 2002, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 H2ho.
    "Hasty - Hammock - Chancey Families", page 183.

Sarah Ann Elizabeth Chancey1

F, (27 February 1850 - 2 May 1908)
Birth*27 February 1850 She was born on 27 February 1850 at Henry Co., Alabama.1 
Marriage*25 July 1871 She married John Berry Hasty at Henry Co., Alabama, on 25 July 1871 at age 21.1 
Married Name25 July 1871  As of 25 July 1871, her married name was Hasty.1 
Death*2 May 1908 She died at Henry Co., Alabama, on 2 May 1908 at age 58.1 

Family

John Berry Hasty (15 July 1851 - 22 April 1910)
Children
Last Edited21 July 2005

Citations

  1. Henry County Heritage Book Committee, compiler, The Heritage of Henry County, Alabama, Clanton, Alabama: Heritage Pub. Consultants, 2002, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 976.131 H2ho.
    "Hasty - Hammock - Chancey Families", page 183.

Richmond M. Brown1

M, (say 1871 - before 1920)
Birth*say 1871 He was born say 1871.1 
Marriage*1907 He married Joanna Catrett at Coffee Springs, Geneva Co., Alabama, in 1907. Richmond and Joanna Brown had two children: Addie Pearl Brown and Riley Elbert Brown.1 
Death*before 1920 He died before 1920.2 

Family

Joanna Catrett (15 September 1874 - 13 March 1943)
Child
Last Edited24 July 2005

Citations

  1. Rochelle T. Farris and Lavina Jordan Helms, Coffee Springs, Alabama: A History, Montgomery, Alabama: Herff Jones Yearbook Publications, 1982, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1292/C1 H2f.
    p. 247.
  2. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 110, Page 12A, Lines 26-29, Coffee Springs, Geneva Co., AL
    Joana Culpepper, Head, F, W, 46, wid, AL/TN/TN, Farmer
    Wesley Culpepper, Son, M, W, 20, md, AL/AL/AL, Farm laborer
    Lessie Culpepper, Daughter-in-law, F, W, 15, md, AL/AL/AL
    Addie Pearl Culpepper, Daughter, F, W, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL.

Addie Pearl Brown1

F, (circa 1908 - )
FatherRichmond M. Brown2 (s 1871 - b 1920)
MotherJoanna Catrett2 (15 Sep 1874 - 13 Mar 1943)
Name Variation She was also known as Culpepper
(After her father's death, Addie Pearl and her mother Joanna were both reported with a surname of Culpepper in the 1920 census.)2 
Birth*circa 1908 She was born circa 1908 at Geneva Co., Alabama.2 
(Daughter) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Addie was listed as a daughter in Joanna Catrett's household on the 1920 Census at Coffee Springs, Geneva Co., Alabama.2 
Last Edited24 July 2005

Citations

  1. Rochelle T. Farris and Lavina Jordan Helms, Coffee Springs, Alabama: A History, Montgomery, Alabama: Herff Jones Yearbook Publications, 1982, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 976.1292/C1 H2f.
  2. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 110, Page 12A, Lines 26-29, Coffee Springs, Geneva Co., AL
    Joana Culpepper, Head, F, W, 46, wid, AL/TN/TN, Farmer
    Wesley Culpepper, Son, M, W, 20, md, AL/AL/AL, Farm laborer
    Lessie Culpepper, Daughter-in-law, F, W, 15, md, AL/AL/AL
    Addie Pearl Culpepper, Daughter, F, W, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL.

Lee McAlilley1

M, (circa 1862 - )
Birth*circa 1862 He was born circa 1862 at Florida.1 
Marriage*say 1883 He married Neona (?) say 1883.1 
1920 Census*1 January 1920 Lee was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Geneva Co., Alabama.1 

Family

Neona (?) (circa 1859 - )
Children
Last Edited24 July 2005

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 112, Page 9A, Lines 35-38, Beat 13, Geneva Co., AL
    Lee McLilly, Head, M, W, 57, md, FL/SC/GA
    Neona McLilly, Wife, F, W, 60, md, AL/GA/GA
    Thomas McLilly, Son, M, W, 17, sng, AL/FL/AL
    Elise Culpepper, GrandDau, F, W, 1 3/12, sng, AL/AL/AL.
  2. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 17, Page 228A, Lines 33-38, Upper Casey Ranch Rd, Center, Geneva Co., AL
    Angus McAliley, Head, M, W, 41, [email protected], AL/AL/AL, Farmer, Vet=N
    Mattie McAliley, Wife, F, W, 35, [email protected], AL/AL/AL
    Max McAliley, Son, M, W, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Rex McAliley, Son, M, W, 8, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Lex McAliley, Son, M, W, 6, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Calvin Culpepper, Niece, F, W, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL.

Neona (?)1

F, (circa 1859 - )
Birth*circa 1859 She was born circa 1859 at Alabama.1 
Marriage*say 1883 She married Lee McAlilley say 1883.1 
Married Namesay 1883  As of say 1883, her married name was McAlilley.1 
(Wife) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Neona was listed as Lee McAlilley's wife on the 1920 Census at Geneva Co., Alabama.1 

Family

Lee McAlilley (circa 1862 - )
Children
Last Edited24 July 2005

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 112, Page 9A, Lines 35-38, Beat 13, Geneva Co., AL
    Lee McLilly, Head, M, W, 57, md, FL/SC/GA
    Neona McLilly, Wife, F, W, 60, md, AL/GA/GA
    Thomas McLilly, Son, M, W, 17, sng, AL/FL/AL
    Elise Culpepper, GrandDau, F, W, 1 3/12, sng, AL/AL/AL.
  2. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 17, Page 228A, Lines 33-38, Upper Casey Ranch Rd, Center, Geneva Co., AL
    Angus McAliley, Head, M, W, 41, [email protected], AL/AL/AL, Farmer, Vet=N
    Mattie McAliley, Wife, F, W, 35, [email protected], AL/AL/AL
    Max McAliley, Son, M, W, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Rex McAliley, Son, M, W, 8, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Lex McAliley, Son, M, W, 6, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Calvin Culpepper, Niece, F, W, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL.

Thomas McAlilley1

M, (circa 1902 - )
FatherLee McAlilley1 (c 1862 - )
MotherNeona (?)1 (c 1859 - )
Birth*circa 1902 He was born circa 1902 at Alabama.1 
(Son) 1920 Census1 January 1920 Thomas was listed as a son in Lee McAlilley's household on the 1920 Census at Geneva Co., Alabama.1 
Last Edited24 July 2005

Citations

  1. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 112, Page 9A, Lines 35-38, Beat 13, Geneva Co., AL
    Lee McLilly, Head, M, W, 57, md, FL/SC/GA
    Neona McLilly, Wife, F, W, 60, md, AL/GA/GA
    Thomas McLilly, Son, M, W, 17, sng, AL/FL/AL
    Elise Culpepper, GrandDau, F, W, 1 3/12, sng, AL/AL/AL.

Angus McAlilley1

M, (circa 1888 - )
FatherLee McAlilley1 (c 1862 - )
MotherNeona (?)1 (c 1859 - )
Birth*circa 1888 He was born circa 1888 at Alabama.1 
1930 Census*1 April 1930 Angus was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Center, Geneva Co., Alabama.1 
Last Edited24 July 2005

Citations

  1. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 17, Page 228A, Lines 33-38, Upper Casey Ranch Rd, Center, Geneva Co., AL
    Angus McAliley, Head, M, W, 41, [email protected], AL/AL/AL, Farmer, Vet=N
    Mattie McAliley, Wife, F, W, 35, [email protected], AL/AL/AL
    Max McAliley, Son, M, W, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Rex McAliley, Son, M, W, 8, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Lex McAliley, Son, M, W, 6, sng, AL/AL/AL
    Calvin Culpepper, Niece, F, W, 11, sng, AL/AL/AL.