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Subject: [CENSUS-CHAT-L] People Living in Fayette County, Alabama Prior to the Civil War
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 1999 14:28:33 EDT
People Living in Fayette County, Alabama Prior to the Civil War
GALLOWAY, Thomas - Election precinct established at his house known as the
Blyth's place in 1830. GARDNER, J. A. - Justice of Peace in 1862.
GEE, John H. - Justice of Peace 1847. GIDEON, D. M. - Capt. in 26th Ala.
Infantry 1862-1865. GILLIAM, David C. - "Born Fayette County in 1845.
Enlisted in Army of U.S.A. 23 Jan 1864. M.O. 20 Oct 1865 in Huntsville."
GILMORE, John B. - Justice of Peace in 1862. GILPIN, Richard - Justice
of Peace in 1844. GLAZE, Thomas - Revolutionary soldier. He resided in
Fayette County in 1840 when he was aged 89. He was head of the household
where he resided. GOODARD, George W. - Constable 1847. GOODWIN, Isaih
- Original settler living in Fayetteville in 1838. GRAVES, George A. -
Husband of Nancy J. GRAVES 1853. GRAVES, Nancy J. - the wife of George A.
GRAVES, a state act was passed "to make Nancy J. GRAVES a Free Dealer." in
1853. GRAY, Richard - Constable in 1848. GRAY, Robert W. - Original
settler living in Fayetteville in 1838. GREEN, Ezekiel - Tax assessor and
collector in 1830. GREEN, J. H. - Tax assessor and collector 1831-1835.
GREEN, Isaac - Justice of Peace in 1867. Constable 1847. GREER, W.M. -
Justice of Peace in 1862. GUESS, Benjamin - Revolutionary soldier and a
resident of Fayette County in 1840. He lived with Jesse HOWARD who was aged
83, when he was aged 83. He was a private in the NC Militia. GUIN, Asa -
Born in Fayette county in 1836. Enlisted in U.S.A. Army 22 Jan 1864 for 3
years, but he deserted 15 May 1864. GUIN, Cader - Original settler living
in Fayetteville in 1838. GUIN, Calvin - Constable 1847. GUIN, Gilbert
D. - Justice of Peace 1862. GUIN, Jason - Constable 1863. GUIN, Levi
- Born in Fayette County 1835 d. 1864. Enlisted in the U.S.A. Army 23 Jan
1864. He enlisted for 3 years but died 7 Apr 1864 in Memphis, from pneumonia.
GUIN, Pasey - Born Fayette County 1840. Enlisted in Army of U.S.A. 23 Jan
1864, for three years, but he deserted 23 Feb 1864 from Memphis. GUY,
Martin W. - The county paid him $6.00 for making congressional return for the
second district in 1836. GYSON, Al - He, with Ham CARPENTER, was in
charge of enlisting troops for the confederacy. The Tories captures and
killed him. HALE, Harrison - One of Three incorporators of "Hale and
Murdeck Iron Co." 1862. HALL, Henry J. - Born in Fayette County in 1843.
Enlisted in the U.S.A. Army 20 Feb 1864 in Memphis, for 3 years. He was a
21-year-old farmer. HALLMARK, George - Constable 1847; Justice of Peace
1844. HALLMARK, George N. - Born in Fayette County in 1840. Enlisted in
the U.S.A. Army in Huntsville 24 July 1862. A 22-year-old farmer who deserted
3 Nov 1862. HALLMARK, John M. - Born in Fayette County in 1844. Enlisted
in U.S.A. Army 5 Feb 1864. Deserted 17 Apr 1864. HALLMARK, Thomas F. -
Born in Fayette county in 1829. Enlisted in U.S.A. Army in Huntsville 24 July
1862 for 3 years but was mustered out 14 Nov 1862 because of disability.
HAM, John - Original settler living Fayetteville in 1838. HAM, Henry -
Justice of Peace 1845 & 1847. HAM, William - Justice of Peace 1847.
HANKINS, John T. - Returned to the House in 1867 but E. W. Lawrence went to
Montgomery to revise Jones County. He contested the seat of Mr. Hankins to
get him "turned out" and himself seated in his place. HANKINS, Richard -
Constable 1845. HARBIN, Louis B. - Pastor of Fayetteville Baptist Church
some time between 1850-1870. HARDIN, David W. - Justice of Peace 1849.
Constable 1846. HARDIN, Stephen - Constable 1844. HARKINS, Charley -
Original settler living in Fayetteville in 1838. HARKINS, Wade - Original
settler living in Fayetteville in 1838. HARKINS, William S. - Original
settler living in Fayetteville in 1838. He was a trustee of the "Fayetteville
Male and Female Academy" in 1838. HARPER, Walter - County Court Judge
1838. HARRELL, James W. - Justice of Peace 1847. HARRIS, Adlai
(Allen) - Representative 1843-1844. County Treasurer 1849. HARRIS, Edwin
- Original settler living in Fayetteville in 1838. HARRISS, I. C. -
Constable in Fayetteville in 1848. HARRINGTON, Col. James - "In 1840,
tried what an outspoken Whig could do in Legislative aspirations. He was
colonel of the militia and as a citizen, popular; but his politics was too
much to carry Fayette County." He soon moved to Mississippi. HARRINGTON,
Young, Jr. - Justice of Peace 1844. HARTON, James H. - Elected Sheriff in
1857 and served until 1860. He was the sheriff when William KIRBY was hanged
on June 15, 1860. HARTON, Green T. - Justice of Peace 1847. Sheriff
1850-1852. County Commissioner 1856-1859. HARTON, Hardy - Original
settler living in Fayetteville in 1838. HARVEY, William P. - Postmaster
1851. Probate Judge 1856-1859. He died while in office and the unexpired term
was finished by R. Allen SMITH, he was register in Chancery Court in 1851.
HASSELL, James W. - Justice of Peace 1847. HAYES, A. J. - Justice of
Peace 1862. HENRY, Ira - Original settler living in Fayetteville in 1838.
HENRY, Samuel B. - Built one of the oldest houses in the county and it
became part of the Phillips Hotel in Fayette Court House. However it was
built for a "store house" about 1827. HESTER, Matthew - Voting precinct
at this house in 1849. HICKMAN, John - William MASSEY was guilty "for an
assault and battery" against him in 1847. HICKMAN, William, Esq. -
Election precinct established at his house 1829. HOGG, Stephen M. -
County paid him $18.00 for making returns of member to congress in 1836.
HOLLIS, ____ - One of the first family settlers. HOPKINS, Margaret A. -
"Made a free dealer; has power to sue and be sued, contract and be contracted
with, the same as if she had never married and was a feme sole" 1865.
HORN, Jessee - Paid $30 "For guarding and boarding Catherine Furguson, for
thirty days, who was confined at the home of Horn, upon a charge of murder"
1849. He was one of the original settlers living in Fayetteville in 1838.
HORTON, Capt. J.M. - 26th Alabama Infantry. HOWARD, Jessee - Aged 83 in
1840 and he lived with Revolutionary soldier Benjamin GUESS. HOWTON,
Abraham - Farmer - His father came to the United States from England. Abraham
was one of the early settlers and owned a large portion of land where the
City of Fayette now stands. HOWTON, George Washington - Soldier. Served
in Civil War in 56th Alabama Cavalry CSA. Farmer - died 1902. HUBBARD,
George - Sheriff 1837 - Appointed. HIBBERT?, Andrew F. - Original settler
living in Fayetteville in 1838. HUBBERT, Benjamin A. - Constable 1844.
HUBBERT, George M. - County paid him $15.25 for making Congressional return
in 1839. The assistant commissioner of the State Bank at Tuscaloosa refunded
to Hubbert $112.50 for part of the 16th Section of Township 14, Range 12
West, Fayette county in 1847. Justice of Peace in 1844. HUBBERT, Vincent
- Fayette Court House Postmaster 1865. County Treasurer 1863. HUDSON,
David J. - In a personal encounter he killed Manly FILES. Hudson fled the
country and was never tried. HULL, William - County surveyor 1849.
HUNTER, Robert - Constable 1846-1848. HUTCHESON, Andrew J. - Constable