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The Arnold surname was in Alabama before statehood

The Arnold Family has been in Alabama since the early days of statehood. This compilation includes notes, sources and information found on descendants of Benjamin Arnold and his wife Ann Hendrix of Virginia found in Alabama records. An ancestor, Thomas Arnold, was a Revolutionary War Soldier and his pension claim for military service is included in this compilation.

EIGHT GENERATIONS OF ARNOLDS includes data about the Arnold family in Alabama.

Descendant surnames include: AGNEW, ANDERSON, BAIRD, BATTLE, BECK, BENJAMIN, BETTISON, BLACKWELL, BOLLING, BOWDEN, BROWN, BRYSON, BUFORD, CAFFEE, CAMP, CANNON, CARSTAPHEN, CARTER, CASH, CASTLE, CORLEY, COX, CRANE, CRISP, CUMMINS, CURBE, CURT, DAVIS, DEASON, DILLARD, DOUGLAS, DUNKLIN, EADY, EICHELBERGER, ELLIS, ELLISON, FARRINGTON, FULTON, GAINES, GAITHER, GARRETT, GLOVER, GRAVES, GRAY, GRIFFITH, HAMILTON, HARDIN, HARPOLE, HART, HENDRICK, HENRY, HICKS, HOLCOMBE, HOOPER, HOPE, HURLEY, JAMES, JONES, KAFER, KERSH, KIRKPATRICK, KNIGHT, LANGSTON, LAMONT, LAW, LOWE, LYBRAND, MARTIN, MCATEE, MCCOLLUM, MCCRARY, MCCUEN, MCDAVID, MCEACHERN, MCFALL, MCKINNEY, MEADOWS, MERCHANT, MERRITT, MILLER, MILES, MIMS, MITCHELL, MOONEY, NUNN, OWEN, PARKER, PINSON, PRATT, PRIDGEON, PRINCE, RAMSEY, RAY, REYNOLDS, ROSS, ROTTENBERRY, RUSSEL, SANDERS, SAUNDERS, SCHWARTZ, SEWELL, SIMS, SMITH, SMITHERMAN, STARR, STEVENSON, STONE, STUCKEY, SUGGS, SULLIVAN, TALLET, TAYLOR, THOMAS, THOMASON, THOMPSON, TIERCE, TRUCKS, WALLACE, WALLER, WATERS, WATKINS, WEAVER, WESTMORELAND, WHARTER, WILLIS, WILSON, WINN, WOOD, WOODSON, WOOLLEY, WRIGHT, WYATT, ZELLARS

EIGHT GENERATIONS OF ARNOLDS

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  1. I am a proud descendant of Benjamin Arnold, my 5-great grandfather. The spelling for Ann I found in my research was Hendrick. I’ve been to their homesite near Greenville, SC. He was a descendant of Anthony Arnold, who helped Nathaniel Bacon burn Jamestown (twice), and was hanged by the British. It was called Bacon’s Rebellion. I have many pictures, but this site will not allow me to post them.

  2. Frances Deupree Arnold