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Six generations of Isaac Abercrombie of Perry County, Alabama

Isaac Abercrombie was a pioneer of Perry County, Alabama (born 1748 Scotland – died 1825 Alabama) This book is a compilation of six generations of his descendants. It includes, sources such as wills, deeds, Bible records, etc. Many descendants moved west to Louisiana, Missisippi, Texas, and Arkansas.

The Birds' Nest, U.S. Route 43, Vilula, Perry County, AL (Library of Congress)The Birds’ Nest, U.S. Route 43, Vilula, Perry County, AL ca. 1939 (Library of Congress)


ISAAC ABERCROMBIE, ALABAMA PIONEER, Six Generations of Descendants  is a compilation of six generations of his descendants. It includes, sources such as wills, deeds, Bible records, etc. Many descendants moved west to Louisiana, Missisippi, Texas, and Arkansas.

Some of the descendant surnames include: ALEXANDER, ALLEN, APPERSON, ARNOLD, BAIN, BARNES, BEATY, BEECH, BELL, BILLINGSLEY, BILLINGSLIE, BOLLING, BOONE, BOUNDS, BUCK, BURROUGHS, CHANCELLOR, COLEMAN, COOK, COTTINGHAM, CROTWELL, CUMMINGS, DERDEN, EASTMAN, EPPING, FAIR, FULLER, GOODWIN, GULLEY, HAMMOND, HAYES, HOGUE, HOLLIFIELD, HOLSUMBACK, HOPPER, HOWELL, HUDSON, HURT, KILLINGSWORTH, KIRK, LONG, LOWERY, MATTHEWS, MCGOWEN, MCHUGH, MCKINNEY, MCLEOD, MEBANE, MEDDERS, MITCHELL, MOORE, MORRISON, NALLEY, NALLY, NIX, OSBURN, OTT, PARRISH, PERRY, PILGREN, POLLY, POPE, POTTS, POWERS, PRATT, PUCKETT, RAGSDALE, RAMSEY, RAWLS, REDMAN, REYNOLDS, RICE, SANFORD, SEYMOUR, SHERMAN, SIDERATOS, SMITHERMAN, SNEAD, STEPHENSON, STEVENS, STEWART, TAYLOR, TEPPER, THOMPSON, THROWER, WALKER, WALLACE, WALLS, WEATHERFORD, WEAVER, WITHERS, WOOLEY, YARCHIN, YORK, YOUNG

Check to see if this is your family line by browsing the brief descendant outline in the beginning pages of the SAMPLE on Amazon.

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ISAAC ABERCROMBIE, ALABAMA PIONEER, Six Generations of Descendants 


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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8 comments

  1. Lynn Smith Huddleston

    Oh me! You know I’ll have to buy the books.

    1. Crystal Moore Phipps

      Click that blue link at the top

  2. Darby Weaver

    The Byrd Settlement aka the Bird Clan of the Choctaw Nation of Indians. Highway 43 aka Louisiana, Mississippi, Tensa (Tennessee), etc.

    The Old Southwest along US Highway 43.

    Chief Darby Weaver
    The Tribal Leader

  3. Darby Weaver

    Here’s the issue:

    Most information about the Byrd Settlement or Buzzard’s Roost, Pigeon’s Roost, Turkey Town, Eagle Town or Pilgrim’s Rest, etc. whatever it has been called over all these year it still exists where it always has since time immemorial or at least 10,000 years.

    The same Choctaw who are named in the Treaties, the Federal
    records and Supreme Court Decrees all point back to the same place in what is today Mobile County Alabama along Highway 96 or the Old St. Stephens Road or else the Coy Smith Highway or the Military Road or the old Sawmill Road or whatever it will be obscured to next.

    It’s still the same place those 96 families of Choctaw Indians have always lived even when they were referred to as Chickasaws, Natchez, Chochuma, or even Cherokee, etc.

    Same people, same place, same events.

    The Choctaw Nation of Indians of Helena or Hell Town or whatever the Byrd Settlement, Weaver Community and Kunsha or Reed, and Orso and Calvert Communities will be called next…

    It is still the same place, time after time.

    It still has not moved.

    The stories get retold as if they happened somewhere else.

    The place never moved and the people are fully documented since before there was a United States of America.

    It’s hard to make it up.

    Chief Darby Weaver
    The Tribal Leader

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