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Subject: [CENSUS-CHAT-L] People Living in Fayette County, Alabama Prior to the Civil War
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 1999 14:24:44 EDT


People Living in Fayette County, Alabama Prior to the Civil War

EARNEST, James - "He shall be a liner between the counties of Fayette and
Walker" 1845
EARP, John P. - Appointed Circuit Court Clerk in 1865.
EDMONDS, W. A. - Tax Collector 1852.
EDNEY, John A. - Appointed Circuit Court Clerk in 1865. Jailer -1868.
EDNEY, B. F. - Constable 1862.
EDWARDS, Henderson - Constable 1846.
EDWARDS, Matthew - Justice of Peace in 1844.
EMBREE, Albert - In 38th Ala. Infantry and died in service.
ENIS, Thomas D. - Appointed sheriff 1860 - Sheriff 1866.
ENIS, Wyley B. - Original settler living in Fayetteville in 1838.
ENNIS, W. M. - Justice of Peace 1865.
ERNEST (EARNEST), Francis D. - Born in Fayette County 1845. Enlisted in the
U.S.A. Army 15 Dec 1863, in Corinth for 3 years. M.O. 20 Oct 1865 in
Huntsville.
ERWIN, Cynthia - Divorced from William Erwin in 1845.
ERWIN, William - "Bonds of matrimony annulled and he be divorced from wife
Cynthia Erwin" 1845. Justice of Peace in 1848.
FALKNER, B. L. - Justice of Peace in 1862. Register in Chancery Court 1874.
FALLS, Joseph - Slave overseer 1843.
FARQUHAR, Anderson - Original settler living in Fayetteville in 1838.
FARQUHAR, James - Original settler living in Fayetteville in 1838.
FARQUHAR, William - Justice of Peace 1847.
FARMER, Ira D. - Built Court House 1854-1855.
FELPMAN (FELTMAN), Benjamin F. - Born in Fayette County 1841. Enlisted in
the U.S.A. Army 25 Sept 1863. M.O. 20 Oct 1865 in Huntsville.
FELPMAN (FELTMAN), Isham B. - Born in Fayette County in 1849. Enlistedi nthe
U.S.A. Army 25 Sept 1863 in Glendale, MS. M.O. 28 Sept 1864 Rome, GA.
FILES, J. F. - Justice of Peace in 1862.
FILES, Jesse L. - Born in Fayette County in 1845. Enlisted in U.S.A. Army 25
Sept 1863. Killed in action 24 Dec 1863 at Jack's Creek, TN.
FILES, Manly - He was an aspirant for the Legislature several times but was
never elected. He was killed in a personal encounter with one David J.
HUDSON.
FONDREN, Joseph J. - Justice of Peace in 1862.
FORD, Daniel - Original settler living in Fayetteville in 1838.
FORT, Mary - She lived in house with "gate" on Fayetteville-Columbus road
in 1857.
FOWLER, Maston - Juror in Kirby trial in 1860.
FOWLER, Nancy - marriage to Henry SMITH legalized in 1844.
FOWLER, Richard - Tax collector in 1846.
FOWLER, Sam D. - Original settler living in Fayetteville in 1838.
FREEMANs - Intermarried in FILES, RICES, COLES, and LEES.
FREEMAN, Allen Hamby - b. 1831 SC d. 13 Dec 1895. Buried at Pilgrim's Rest
Baptist church. On 1 Feb 1893, he applied for a pension for his Confederate
military service. He certified that he had served as a Private in Co. H. 41st
Ala. Regt. C.S.A. and that on or about 1 July 1863, he was wounded in the arm
in Jackson, MS. He stated that he was also wounded at Bean Station, TN. Claim
proved and pension granted.
FREEMAN, George W. - b. 23 Nov 1845 Fayette Co. d. 6 Jan 1920 buried at
Pilgrim's Rest Baptist Church. Was a farmer and Baptist minister.
FREEMAN, William - b. 1810 NC - Father of A.H. and G.W. Freeman - Farmer.
FREEMAN, William - "Several times a candidate for the legislature...but
owing to the fact that he was an outspoken Whig, he was never elected...a
year or two after the war the master called for him." Justice of Peace
1844-1849.
FRONDEON, Joseph J. - Justice of Peace 1862.
FURGUSON, Catherine - Confined at home of Jesse HORN on charge of murder
1849.
FUNK, Hampton - Justice of Peace in 1844.

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