The Elington Drinkard Family Bible – Philadelphia: Published by Edward W. Miller, Artisan Bldg., Ranstead Place 1840 The original is in the hands of Drinkard Researcher Janie Prince, Houston, Texas
- Elington Drinkard was born June 22 AD 1799
- Tabith Drinkard was born December 34 AD 1804 (She Was a Mobley)
- Jeremiah Drinkard was born October 10 AD 1819
- William Drinkard was born June 2 AD 1821
- Elizabeth Drinkard was born April 17 AD 1823
- Lemuel Drinkard was born February 1 AD 1825
- John M. Drinkard was born January 7 AD 1827
- Jesse Drinkard was born April 4 AD 1829
- Mary Drinkard was born February 26 AD 1831
- W. J.(G) Drinkard was born February 7 1833
- F. E. Drinkard (Frances) was born November 16 1834
- Allen Drinkard was born May 5 AD 1837
- Jerusa A. Drinkard was born April 30 AD 1839
- Marion Drinkard was born March 10 AD 1843
- Sarah E. Drinkard was born December 27 AD 1845
- (d. 4 April 1896)
- Marion Drinkard died August 12 AD 1859
- Jermiah Drinkard deid May 17 AD 1857
- Tabitha Drinkard died December 14 AD 1859
- (Marengo Co.)
- Elington Drinkard died August 8 AD 1873
- Sallie E. Taylor died April 4 1846
- No marriage records in the Bible
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