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Marriage, birth and death records of Alabamians from some in old Bibles ca. 1790s

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RECORDS IN OLD BIBLES ca. 1790s1

Hopping

Front and back pages gone, no way of knowing date of publication. Now in possession of Mrs. B. S. Maultsby, 603 S. Hull St., Montgomery, Ala.

Ephriam Stiles Hopping born Aug. 26 1799

Ephriam Stiles Hopping married Pamelia Ann (Wray) Stewart Dec. 12 1827

Martha Elizabeth Hopping born Oct. 14 – 1828

Daniel Stiles Hopping born April 22 1830

Martha Elizabeth Hopping born Jan. 5 1832

Wray Hopping born Sept. 3 1833

John Paul Hopping born Feb. 7 1835

Gertrude Hopping born March 21 1837

Augustus Hopping born Nov. 1 1840

Caroline Sophia Hopping born Aug. 26 1845

Samuel Miller Hopping born May 22 1847

James Trice Patterson (son of Chessley Patterson and his wife Artemecia Patterson) was born Sept. 11, near Patterson’s ferry in Jones County, Georgia …1838

Wray

Printed and Published by Mathew Carey dated 1810. No. 122 Market St., Philadelphia. Now in the possession of Mrs. B. S. Maultsby, 603 S. Hull St., Montgomery, Ala.

Philip Wray born Feb. 9 1757

Elizabeth Ragland born April 13 1772

MARRIAGES

Philip Wray and Elizabeth Ragland were married April 21, 1791

Eliza Sophia Wray born April 5 1792

Harriet Byron Wray born March 9 1794

Mary Wray born Dec. 21 1795

William Wray born Dec. 10 1797

John Wray born Feb. 16 1801

Thomas Jefferson Wray born Jan. 29 ..1805

Parmelia Ann Wray born Dec. 12 1807

Albert Galletin Wray born Aug. 5 1811

Philip Augustus Wray born July 22 1813

MARRIAGES

Eliza Sophia Wray married Richard Thompson Hanson July 4 1810

Pamelia Ann Wray married John P. Stewart, Esq., July 20, 1826

J. P. Stewart died Aug. 6 1826

Pamelia Ann Wray Stewart married Ephriam Stiles Hopping Dec. 12 1827

Philip Wray died Oct. 5, in Oglethrope County, Georgia, 1827

Elizabeth Ragland Wray died Jan. 12 1845

Philip Augustus Wray died in New Orleans, La., April 23, 1850

1These Bible records were published in The Alabama Historical Quarterly, Vol 1, No. 4, Winter Issue 1930 that may be of inter

ALABAMA GENEALOGY NOTES: Volume IV

Table of Contents
Introduction

ALABAMA’S FIRST LICENSED LAWYERS
GENEALOGY QUERIES published in The Alabama Historical Quarterly, Vol 1, No. 1, Spring Issue 1930
SOME ALABAMA MARRIAGE NOTICES From 1852 Newspaper
EVERGREEN CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS Before 1942
GREENWOOD CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS Before 1942
GENEALOGY QUERIES FROM THE 1930s
RECORDS IN OLD BIBLES ca. 1790s
ALABAMA MARRIAGE NOTICES From 1850 Newspaper
MONROE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGES 1834-1880

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