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Perry County, Alabama Vol. II reveals intertwining relationships between the families

A Collection of PERRY COUNTY ALABAMA PIONEERS BIOGRAPHIES & GENEALOGIES VOLUME II  includes genealogical information from Brush Creek area of Perry County, Alabama. Books make great gifts!

Marion, Perry county, Alabama ca. 1935 by photograher Evans Walker (Library of Congress)Marion, Perry county, Alabama ca. 1935 by photograher Evans Walker (Library of Congress)


Many people settled in Alabama for a time when the Mississippi Territory opened, then moved further west.

This is a great book for genealogists researching early citizens of Perry County, Alabama. Brush Creek in Perry county, Alabama was settled before Alabama became a state. The area was designated as a Post Office and an election precinct. The settlers listed in this volume are a few of the residents who lived in Brush Creek, Alabama around 1850.

The biographies of the head of households include: MARK SMITH; ANDREW THOMAS, JR.; ANDREW M. RUSSELL, SR.; JOHN COUNTS; MICHAEL MOWDY; JOHN FRAZIER; JOHN FREDERICK SHAFFER; GEORGE GASPER MONTS; JOHN POOL.

The biographies reveal some of the intertwining relationships between the families. Three or four generations of descendants follow at the end of this volume with all notes, sources of information and endnotes. 309 pages Some descendant surnames in this book include:  ADCOCK, ALLEN, ARRINGTON, ATEN, ATWELL, BAMBERG, BAILEY, BARTON, BASSINGER, BISHOP, BLACKERBY, BOGGS, BONNER, BOYD, BOYETT, BOZEMAN, BROWN, CANNON, CHRISTENBERRY, CHRISTOPHER, CONE, COOK, COOPER, CORNWELL, COUNTS, COX, CREWS, CURB, DAVIS, DOBBS, DOMINICK, DORMAN, DUKE, DUNKIN, EICHELBERGER, ELLIOTT, ELLIS, EVERETT, FERGUSON, FIFFIELD, FINDLAY, FINLEY, FISHER, FONDREN, FRANKS, GERMANY, GILBERT, GOLDEN, GRAY, GREENE, GRIFFIN, HAGIN, HALL, HAMPTON, HARPER, HARTLEY, HARTON, HAZELWOOD, HENDERSON, HENRY, HERRING, HODGES, HOLLAND, HOLLOWAY, HOLLY, HOOD, HOPKINS, HORN, HORNE, HOUSTON, HUBBARD, IRWIN, KILLOUGH, KIRKLEY, KNOWLES, KORNEGAY, JAGGARS, JAMISON, JONES, KINART, LAGRONE, LANGFORD, LANKFORD, LEGRONE, LEYGRONE, LIDDELL, LOCKE, LOWREY, MADISON, MARTIN, MASSENGALE, MASSEY, MCBRIDE, MCDANAL, MCDONALD, MCFARLAND, MEEKS, MELTON, MERIDITH, MILLER, MOORE, MORELAND, MOSS, MOWDEY, NABORS, NICHOLS, PARLER. PAYNE, PERRY, PIERCE, POOL, POOLE, PRICE, RAWLS, RAY, REDFORD, REDUS, RHODES, RICHARDSON, ROBINSON, ROSELLE, ROWE, RUSSELL, SAVELL, SHAFER, SHAFFER, SHELTON, SHUMAKE, SIMS, SMITH, SPARKS, SPENCER, SQUIRES, STEPHENS, STEWART, STRATTON, STRICKLAND, SUMMERS, TEMPLE, TERRY, THAMES, THIGPEN, THOMAS, TIDMORE, TUCKER, WARD, WALTON, WASHBURN, WEAVER, WEMYSS, WILLIAMS, WILSON, WOOLLEY, WRIGHT, YEAGER

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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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5 comments

  1. Sam Harris

    Ira Harris
    Didn’t see any I remember as yours but thought you might want to check

  2. I could never fully express what that red leather edition meant to a young boy whose outside contact with the world was so limited in the ’50’s. Those 4-color illustrations enuanced and gave form to what my mind’s eye could only guess at.

  3. Brad Parker
  4. Linda Stewart McCray

    Mary Frances Pegues Bowles is this your family ‘s location

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