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Some early related families of Perry County, Alabama

A Collection of Perry County, Alabama Pioneers Volume I – reveals the relationships between the TUBB, MAHAN, FORD, MCCAULEY, OAKES, WATTERS, EDWARDS, BENNETT, RADFORD, WHITE, WALLACE, OSBORN, MAYES and ABERCROMBIE. Notes and sources are included. Genealogy reports with all supporting evidence, wills, and deeds when available are included. Many of these families descendants moved to Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Texas.

Howard College, Old Perry County, Alabama (Alabama Department of Archives and History)

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Other surnames in this book include:

Many of these families descendants moved to Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas. Descendant surnames include: ABERCROMBIE, ALLEN, ANDERSON, APPERSON, ATCHISON, AUBREY, AYCOCK, BAILEY, BAIN, BARNES, BARNETT, BARTON, BATES, BEATY, BEECH, BEEMAN, BELL, BENNETT, BENSON, BIGGS, BILLINGSLEA, BILLINGSLEY, BILLINGSLIE, BLASSINGAME, BLEDSOE, BLEVINS, BLUFF, BOLLING, BOND, BOONE, BOUNDS, BOYD, BRADLEY, BRADSHAW, BRANDON, BRANTLEY, BRELAND, BROOME, BROWN, BRYAN, BUCKLEY, BURRIS, BURROUGHS, CAIN, CAPSHAW, CARDING, CARPENTER, CARR, CHANCELLOR, CHANDLER, CLAIBORN, COBB, COLE, COLEMAN, COLLINS, COMER, COOK, CORBIN, CORLEY, CORNELIUS, COSBY, COTTINGHAM, CRANE, CRAWFORD, CREEL, CROSS, CROTWELL, CROW, CULPEPPER, CUMMINGS, CUNNINGHAM, DANIELS, DAVIS, DAY, DECKER, DENTON, DERDEN, DIGBY, DONAGHEY, DONAGHUE, DOW, DRIVER, DUNCAN, DUNLAP, DUKE, EARLE, EASTMAN, EDWARDS, EILAND, ELLIOTT, ESPETH, FAIR, FALCON, FARRAR, FIKE, FINDLEY, FISHER, FLOYD, FOGARTY, FONDREN, FORD, FOSTER, FREELONG, FRINKS, FULLER, FULTON, GARNER, GARY, GIBBONS, GILL, GLAZE, GOGGINS, GOODWIN, GORDON, GOULDS, GOWEN, GRAHAM, GRAYSON, GREEN, GREGG, GRESSETT, GRIFFIN, GROSS, GULLEY, HACKWORTH, HALL, HAM, HAMBRIGHT, HAMBURG, HAMMOND, HANSON, HARBOUR, HARLAN, HARRIS, HARRISON, HARTLEY, HARVEY, HAYES, HEARD, HENLEY, HENRY, HENSON, HEATLEY, HENDRIX, HERRING, HICKS, HIGLEY, HOGUE, HOLBROOK, HOLLAND, HOLLIFIELD, HOPKINS, HOPPER, HOWARD, HUBBARD, HUBERT, HUDSON, HUFF, HUNTER, HUTTO, IVY, JACKSON, JACOBS, JAMES, JENKINS, JOHNSON, JOHNSTON, JONES, KELLY, KEMP, KENNON, KILGORE, KILLLINGSWORTH, KING, KOEN, KUYKENDALL, LANCASTER, LANHAM, LEACH, LEE, LEFTWICH, LESTER, LOCKETT, LONG, LOWERY, LUMPKIN, LUNDY, MABREY, MAHAN, MARTIN, MASON, MATTHEWS, MAYBERRY, MAYES, MAYFIELD, MAYS, MCCAMMON, MCCAULEY, MCLEOD, MCCULLOUGH, MCFADDEN, MCGOWEN, MCILVEEN, MCMAHON, MEDDERS, MEGGS, MEIGS, MELTON, MIDDLETON, MILLER, MILLOTT, MILLS, MIREE, MIXON, MOFFATT, MONROE, MOODY, MOORE, MORGAN, MORRIS, MORRISON, MORTON, MOSELEY, MURRAY, NALL, NALLEY, NEWMAN, NIX, NORMAN, NULL, OAKES, OAKS, OGLEE, OLIVER, ORENBAUM, OSBORN, OSBORNE, OSBOURN, OSBURN, OTT, PACE, PAGE, PALMORE, PARRISH, PATRICK, PERRY, PHILGREEN, PHILLIPS, PIPER, PITTS, PLUMMER, POLLY, POOLE, POTTS, POUNDS, POWERS, PRATT, PRICE, PUCKETT, RADFORD, RAGSDALE, RAILEY, RAMEY, RAWLS, READ, REDMAN, REED, RESTER, REYNOLDS, RICE, RICHARDSON, ROBINSON, ROGERS, ROLISON, ROSS, RUFF, RUTHERFORD, RUTLAND, SANDEFER, SANDERS, SANDERSON, SANFORD, SAWYER, SENST, SEYMOUR, SHEVERELL, SHIELDS, SIDERATOS, SMITH, SMITHERMAN, SNEAD, SPLAWN, SPROTT, STANLEY, STEVENS, STEWART, STONE, STOVALL, STURDIVANT, SULLIVAN, SUMMERLIN, SUTTLE, SWAIN, TABOR, TANNER, TATUM, TAYLOR, TEPPER,TERRY, THROWER, TIPTON, TUBB, TUBBS, TURNER, UNDERWOOD, VAN DYKE, VARNELL, WAKEMAN, WALDROP, WALKER, WALLACE, WALLS

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14 comments

  1. I’m a descendent of the Abercrombie, Melton, Dobynes, Heard, Ford, England, Peoples. My great grandma was a peoples. My mother is a Melton, her name is Bettie Mae. Daughter of Preston Joe Melton & Verdia Dobynes from Sprott, Alabama. Off highway 219; highway 64; & highway 32.

  2. I love this website! I have a question and don’t know where to go for info. Maybe you can help. There was a institute (women’s, I think) on Hwy 25 between Montevallo and Centerville (maybe in the 6 mile area) Years ago it had a marker. Do you have any info about it. Thanks

    1. Perhaps it was Six Mile Academy. It was on Hwy 25. Check with the Centreville Public Library. They should have more information on it.

  3. I would like to know more about this. My grand parents are of the McCauley linneage. Where may I obtain this Volume I.

    1. Click on the picture. It will take you to a page with more information and a link for purchase of the book. Thanks for asking.

  4. Where would I get information on the Earp’s of the first pioneers of Lawrence Alabama. I can’t find much info anywhere.

  5. Steven Mayes…..you may be interested

  6. Does anyone know where I could get a copy of Pioneer Families of Sumter County, Alabama, Vol. 2 by Nelle Jenkins? I have had Vol. 1 for years, but I have not a copy of 2. Thanks.

  7. Seems like anyone including last names of early pioneers would include those who bought and expanded large plantations , was a founding member and deacon of Sialom Church and Mars Hill Church and was one of those responsible for founding of both men’s and women’s colleges etc and whose many sons and grand children fought , bled and died to defend our state against attack as well as having a cemetery ( Jacob Kynerd ) on Fines Ferry Road named after him and the family where at least 40 people are buried. But hey, maybe it is just me.

    1. The sons married Fikes, Wilkinson, Jemison daughters and the daughters married Holley and Smith sons to name a few. The old Kynerd Home place is owned by Elam Holley Jr and he has restored the old house and family cemetery ( Jacob Kynerd cemetery) on Fikes ferry road.

  8. Hi, can anyone tell about Stevens???

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