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Alabama Bible Records: Willie Mae Windham Dawson – Escambia, Alabama

Willie Mae Windham Dawson’s Bible Records, Escambia, Alabama

This Bible was the first Bible my mother owned as an adult. The cover has long been gone and only threads hold the Bible together. The info it contains was copied from her mother’s Bible, my grandmother, into this Bible. Info within ( ) was added by myself.


Family Register

Parents Names

Husband W.M. (William Myrick “Billy”) Windham

Born March 26, 1883

At Gainstown, AL

Son of Jim Windham

And Sarah Windham (Bryant)

Wife Lovie Ann Windham

Born October 5, 1902

At Will Cox County (Camden, Wilcox County, AL)

Daughter of S.M. Jackson

And Minnie (Lee) Jackson (Langley)

Married at Wallace (Escambia County, AL)

By Mr. Hanberry

Date March 4, 1923

Births

J.A. (Jessie Allen) Windham July 20, 1925

W.B. (William Burle) Windham February 4, 1927

Ralph W. (Wallace) Windham February 26, 1929

Willie Mae Windham May 22, 1932

Annie J. (Eugene “Jean”) Windham November 2, 1934

Thomas D. Windham January 21, 1939

Winston (Buddy) Windham September 3, 1942

Wendell (Baby) Windham September 3, 1942

(The following children are the children of W.M. Windham and his first wife, Emma Bryant)

C.E. (Clarence Eugene “Brantsy” – “Roxy”) Windham

November 17, 1908

H.C. (Henry Clayton “Tiny Bit”) Windham April 3, 1911

R.L. (Robert Lawrence) Windham April 22, 1920

Marriages

C.E. (Clarence Eugene) Windham and Annie Mae Daniels was married on August (this was all that was written)

H.C. (Henry Clayton “Tiny Bit”) Windham and Leafy Summerlin was married on June 6, 1936

R.L. (Robert Lawrence) Windham and Sadie Ruth Prichard was married on October 27, 1946

Deaths

J.A. (Jessie Allen) Windham

W.B. (William Burle) Windham

(There are no dates)

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  1. Mark Turney

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