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List of names of Jurors from Spring Term of Russell County, Circuit Court 1909

(Personal excerpts transcribed from Phenix-Girad Journal (Girard, Alabama) February 6, 1909)

LIST OF JURORS

Drawn to Serve at the Spring Term of Russell County Circuit Court

The following names have been drawn as grand and petit jurors to serve at the spring term for Russell Circuit Court, which convenes at Seale on the first Monday in March, 1909

GRAND JURY

  • S. A. Powell, Beat 5, farmer
  • Jas. T. Burt, Beat 5, farmer
  • H. L. Fuller, Beat 1, merchant
  • W. B. Fitzsimmon, Beat 8, farmer
  • T. H. Dennis, Beat 1, merchant
  • M. A. Garrett, Beat 1, pumbe (?)
  • John Canty, Beat 1, farmer
  • L. H. Boykin, Beat 10, farmer
  • W. N. Ingram, Beat 3, farmer
  • W. P. Flournoy, Beat 2, farmer
  • A. E. Bush, Beat 10, clerk
  • A. R. Williams, Beat 4, farmer
  • C. N. Perry, Beat 5, merchant
  • F. M. Brannon, Beat 7, farmer
  • J. W. Dupree, Beat 3, farmer
  • J. L. Henry, Beat 7, merchant
  • W. L. Anthony, Jr., Beat 5, merchant
  • Woodson Knowles, Beat 1, capitalist
  • G. F. Bush, Beat 7, farmer
  • C. W. Moore, Beat 9, merchant
  • A. B. Walker, Beat 6, farmer

PETIT JURY – FIRST WEEK

(Beat number follows name)

  • Ben Latham, 1, mechanic
  • Claud Corcoran, 9, farmer
  • John Tadlock, 7, farmer
  • John Nevels, 1, Clerk
  • William Mathews, 2, farmer
  • H. T. Dudley, 2, farmer
  • W. A. Fuller, 2, farmer
  • Coleman Floyd, 5, merchant
  • W. G. Pitts, 10, farmer
  • W. T. Hooks, 6, merchant
  • J. W. Chambers, 6, farmer
  • C. B. Kite, 8, farmer
  • J. D. Carden, 4, farmer
  • P. A. Crawford, 5, clerk
  • S. A. Borom, 5, capitalist
  • M. W. Strong, 2, farmer
  • F. L. Persons, 4, merchant
  • J. R. Vaughn, 5, farmer
  • T. B. Calhoun, 8, farmer
  • J. F. Ogletree, 7, farmer
  • Claud Glass, 5, clerk
  • W. N. Bailey, 5, merchant
  • C. H. Owens, 5, merchant
  • T. L. Mitchell, 6, farmer
  • J. P. Stewart, 10, clerk
  • W. L. Bush, 7, farmer
  • J. Broughton, 1, merchant
  • T. D. Blackburn, 6, farmer
  • W. W. Martin, 7, farmer
  • A. D. Quarles, 10, merchant

SECOND WEEK

  • J. C. Cox, 5, Clerk
  • A. J. Norris, 1, mechanic
  • W. T. Martin, 7, farmer
  • B. C. Sallas, 8, farmer
  • Prather Corcoran, 9, farmer
  • J. W. Corbett, 8, farmer
  • F. J. Bickerstaff, 1, brickmaker
  • H. L. Sullivan, 1, merchant
  • Clark Jenkins, 3, farmer
  • Ernest Mayberry, 3, farmer
  • C. Gregory, 5, farmer
  • W. P. Peppers, 2, farmer
  • H. A. Mobley, 6, clerk
  • J. M. Denson, 5, watchman
  • Frank Solomon, 7, farmer
  • Canty Morgan, 4, farmer
  • W. A. McGee, 7, farmer
  • J. L. Torbett, 4, farmer
  • E. L. Blackburn, 10, clerk
  • J. T. Arrant, 7, farmer
  • W. M. Mathews, 5, clerk
  • W. T. Bryant, 5, clerk
  • William Willis, 8, farmer
  • S. D. M. Martin, 7, farmer
  • A. B. McMillan, 8, farmer
  • H. C. Kite, 8, farmer
  • T. G. Burch, 7, farmer
  • Sam Padgett, 2, farmer
  • W. T. Gallups, 7, farmer
  • W. C. Perry, 7, farmer

ALABAMA GENEALOGY NOTES: Volume II

Table of Contents
Introduction
ANDERSON FAMILY of Dallas, Greene, & Marengo Counties, Alabama
DUNAWAY FAMILY of Perry, Marengo, Dallas & Wilcox Counties
TUBB FAMILY of Perry County, Alabama
MORRISETTE or MORRISETT FAMILYof Perry, Hale, Marengo, Montgomery Counties, Alabama & Washington and Enterprise, Arkansas
MOBLEY FAMILY of Dallas & Hale Counties, Alabama
PHILEN FAMILY of Wilcox County, Alabama



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About Donna R Causey

Donna R. Causey, resident of Alabama, was a teacher in the public school system for twenty years. When she retired, Donna found time to focus on her lifetime passion for historical writing. She developed the websites www.alabamapioneers and www.daysgoneby.me All her books can be purchased at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. She has authored numerous genealogy books. RIBBON OF LOVE: A Novel Of Colonial America (TAPESTRY OF LOVE) is her first novel in the Tapestry of Love about her family where she uses actual characters, facts, dates and places to create a story about life as it might have happened in colonial Virginia. Faith and Courage: Tapestry of Love (Volume 2) is the second book and the third FreeHearts: A Novel of Colonial America (Book 3 in the Tapestry of Love Series) Discordance: The Cottinghams (Volume 1) is the continuation of the story. . For a complete list of books, visit Donna R Causey

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