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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Alabama Bible Records: Charles Claude Terry -Chambers County, Alabama

Chambers CO. AL – Bible of Charlie Claude Terry

From: Joyce McTavish

Subject: Bible of Charlie Claude Terry, son of John T. Terry and Georgia Ann Bunch

This was my grandfathers bible and is in his handwriting. He was Born August 6, 1892 to John T. Terry and Georgia Bunch. Charlie Claude was married to Elizabeth Eunice Coleman and they had 7 children. They are 1.Charlie Luther Terry 7/29/1913

2. Lille Erma Terry 10/15/1915 died as child1917

3. Georgia Mazel Terry 5/23/1918

4. Harold Signor Terry 9/3/1919

5. Roy Terry 9/29/1921 died as a child

6. Mary Julia 10/24/1923 died as a child

7. Agnes Mae 4/22/1926 died as a child

If you want I can send death dates and spouse info as well. Let me know and maybe I can send what I have compiled from other sources and connections or info that my aunt Mazel left for me when she passed away. Just let me know and provide me with a mailing address. I am still looking for other places to search but have so far hit the brick wall.



John Terry – 3/22/1800 – 30/31/1855

married Julia Gaulding b.8/16/1807-4/10/1863 – 9 Children

(1) Thomas 1830 (2) Nancy 1834 (3) Alonzo 1835 (4) Matilda 1836 –

married Thomas S. Gilham on 12/20/1854 (5) Martha 1839 (6) George W.

11/13/1839-12/18/61 died at Centerville, VA in the service of his country

(7) Williamson H. 8/23/1841-7/22/1861 died at Norfolk. VA in the service of

his country (8) W.H. 1843 (9) Zack T. 1847

Children and grandchildren (great & greatgreat grandchildren of Thomas Terry

and Nancy Winn Thomas Terry – 12/ 25/1830 – 6/ 8/1895

married Nancy E. Winn – 10/7/1843-5/22/1903 – 11 Children

(1) John T. Terry 9/15/1860-1925

married Georgia Ann Bunch 4/22/1859-10/17/1920 – 10 Children

1. Sidney Bunch Terry -married Izora Bailey 4 Children 1.

John W. 1907

2. George 1910

3. Myrtle 1913

4. Jessie 1915

5. Frances 1919 – married Fred Crawford – 1 child

Terry – married Jimmy Gilson – 2 children

1. Mark 2. Tracy

2. Eula Terry – married Marshall McCarthy

3. Bonnie Terry – married Jim (Dump) Gay

4. Julia Terry – died as a child

5. John Tom Jr. – married Pearl Allen

Charlie Claude Terry 8/6/1892-11/9/73

married Elizabeth Eunice Coleman 12/27/1894-7/4/1927 – 7 Children

her parents were R. L. Coleman and Lily Belle Stephens

1. Charlie Luther Terry (7/29/1913-3/7/1959-married Janie Jones 4


Eunice Marie Alice Ellen Lois

2. Lillie Erma Terry 10/23/1915-5/12/1917 died as a child

3. Georgia Mazel Terry 5/23/1918-3/10/1992

4. Harold Signor Terry 7/3/1919-11/9/73 – married Helen Ophelia Smith 2


1. Joyce Coleman Terry 8/24/49

married Neil David McTavish

2 children -1. Ian Terry 7/22/77

2. Derek Neil 5/4/79

2. Suzanne Athon Terry 5/30/44

married Donald James Vennes

2 children – 1. Amy Elaine 4/24/68

2. Craig Donald10/22/73

5. Roy Terry – 9/29/1921-3/10/1922 died as a child

6. Mary Julia Terry -10/24/1923-11/7/1924 died as an infant

7. Agnes Mae Terry – 4/22/1926-3/14/1927 died as a child

7. Gordon Terry – died as a child

8. William H. (Bill) Terry 1902 – married Lillian Glass b.1895

9. Louise Terry – married Earl Stevenson Bonner (PaPa)

10. Kate Terry – married Lee Tankersley – 1 Child – Judy 1908

children of Tom Terry & Nancy Winn (contd.)

(2) Sarah Matilda Terry (Young) – 7/12/1862 – ? 1912 she was called Sally

married Robert S. “Bob” Young 1858-1910 – 9 Children

1. Willie – married Jesse Matthews

2. Mary – married Earnest Hines

3. Rebecca – married Howell Hines

4. Robert – married Hassie Gunn

5. Johnnie – marrieds (1) Imogene Wallace

(2) Lillian McMichael

6. Tommie – married (1) Myrtle Wallace

(3) Lillian McMichael Young

7. Leonard – married Iris Glass

8. Jim – married Dorothy Neal

9. Sara – married Joe Morris

(3) Jenny Terry (Waller)

married John D. Waller 1864-1934 – 6 Children

1. Sallie – married Rich Howard

2. Grover – married Willie Moseley

3. Louella – married Howard Patterson

4. Amos – married Nell Johnson

5. John D. Jr. – married Pearl Borders

6. Annie Mae – married Amos Priester

(4) George Williamson Terry 3/20/1867

married Maggie Alice Williams 1874-1947 – 7 Children

1. Mattilene – married Richmond Earles

2. George Thomas (Tom) – married Allyne Elizabeth Bohler

3. Maggie Lee – died in infancy

4. William Alton – died in 1921 at age 15

5. Virgil Garald – married Lois Ogletree

6. Nellie Ruth – married Paul Swilling

(5) Julia Terry (Smith) – 5/27/1869 – ?

married Billy Smith – 6 Children

1. Tom – married Frances Seckinger

2. Alva – married Geneva Ford

3. Annie – married Arthur Hadaway

4. Howard Terry – married Ocie Lee

5. Paul – married Julia Miles

6. Nancy – married John Tucker

(6) Nancy Ella Terry (Sutherlin) 1872-1919

married John James Sutherlin 1873-1927 – 2 Children

1. Wilner – married Jean ?

2. Ruth

(7) William G. Terry (Will) 2/7/1874-?/1903

married Ida Lancaster – 2 Children

1. Nancy – married Ed Howard

2. James M. – married Annie Maude McClendon

(8) Corrie Terry (Bonner) 12/17/1877

married Fletcher Emmett Bonner 2/3/1870 – ? 1948

(9) Mattie Terry ?

(10) Luther Terry 7/12/1879

(11) Lilla M. Terry (Dodgen) 1872


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