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From: "S.M. McAllister" <>
Subject: DEAL FAMILY GENEALOGY
Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2004 14:47:45 -0500


Dear Listers,

Since the DEAL list has become active again, I wish to list
the first two generation of my Deal Family, hoping to hear from all who wish to exchange genealogical data via Email.

S. Maurice McAllister

www.clanmcalister.org

A DEAL ANCESTRY




Generation No. 1


1. LEWIS1 DEAL, SR1 was born 1765 in Greene Co, NC (Old Glasgow Co)1, and died 1845 in Echo, Dale, AL (aged 80 yrs)1. He married (1) UNKNOWN in NC.

Notes for LEWIS DEAL, SR:

He was a Justice of Peace in Henry Co, AL in 1827. He purchased land in Glasgow Co, NC on 20 Jul 1793. In 1806 he lived in Duplin Co, NC and in 1817 he lived on 250 acres he owned in Jefferson Co, GA. He was on the 1840 census of Henry Co, AL but did not appear on the 1850 census.

More About LEWIS DEAL, SR:

Burial: Old Mt. Pisgah Cemetery near Echo, Dale Co, AL


Children of LEWIS DEAL and UNKNOWN are:

i. SARAH2 DEAL1, m. WILLIAM B. LEONARD1, 12 Jul 1826, Henry Co, AL (marr. Bk. A 1821-68, page 6)1.

2. ii. LEWIS H. DEAL, b. 1801, Greene Co, NC (Old Glasgow County); d. 23 May 1881, Mt Pisgah, Dale Co, AL, (aged 80 yrs).

iii. WILLIAM B. DEAL1, b. 18051.

Notes for WILLIAM B. DEAL:

He was awarded a 40.01 acres of land of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 in Sec 16, Twp 5, Range 26 on Warrant

No. A381 dated 3 Apr 1844 and on No. B234-235 on 15 Jan 1848

[Deal2.FTW]

He was awarded a 40.01 acres of land of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 in Sec 16, Twp 5, Range 26 on Warrant

No. A381 dated 3 Apr 1844 and on No. B234-235 on 15 Jan 1848



3. iv. GEORGE W. DEAL, b. 1808, Glasgow Co, NC (now Greene County); d. Lived in Butler Co, AL.

4. v. JAMES DEAL, b. 1816, Greene Co, NC (Old Glasgow County).



Generation No. 2


2. LEWIS H.2 DEAL (LEWIS1)1 was born 1801 in Greene Co, NC (Old Glasgow County)1, and died 23 May 1881 in Mt Pisgah, Dale Co, AL, (aged 80 yrs)1. He married ELIZABETH C. KIRKLAND1 27 Apr 1827 in Henry Co, AL (marr. Bk. A 1821-68, page 10)1, daughter of RICHARD KIRKLAND. She was born 08 Dec 1810 in Barnwell District, SC1, and died 21 Oct 1888 in Mt Pisgah, Dale Co, AL1.

Notes for LEWIS H. DEAL:

See U. S. Census dated 15 Jan 1851 (1850) page 230 Dale Co, AL

See 1850 Agricultural Census of Dale Co, AL

See U. S. Census of 1860, Dale Co, AL, page 67, hs 457

See U. S. Census of 1880

He moved to Henry County, AL before 1819.

Another Deal Researcher is : Lois A. Danley <> sent 17 pages of Deals on May 28,

2004 by email.

More About LEWIS H. DEAL:

Burial: Old Mt. Pisgah Cemetery near Echo, Dale Co, AL

More About ELIZABETH C. KIRKLAND:

Burial: Old Mt. Pisgah Cemetery near Echo, Dale Co, AL


Children of LEWIS DEAL and ELIZABETH KIRKLAND are:

i. CALEB3 DEAL, SR1, b. 14 Jul 1827, Echo, Dale, AL1; d. 26 Oct 1890, Mt. Enon Community, Henry Co, AL (now in Houston Co)(age 63 yr, 3 mo, 12 da)1; m. SARAH JANE FREEMAN1, Abt. 1850, Henry Co, AL?1; b. 23 Jan 1827, Early Co, GA1; d. 28 Feb 1911, Mt. Enon Community, Houston Co, AL(Aged 84 yr, 1 mo, 5 da)1.

Notes for CALEB DEAL, SR:

1860 census of Dale Co, AL, pg 67, Hs 466 lists them being served by Newton, Dale Co, AL Post Office.

21 Jun 1870 census Henry Co, AL, pg 386, Hs 37 has no children listed

12 Jun 1880 census Dale Co, AL lists them

1900 census shows Sarah Deal, b. Feb 1828, and son, Oliver, b. Agu 1876, living near the Wes Cooley and Dock Smithson "Uncle Smitty" McAllister near Mt. Enon Baptist Church which was in East Half of Geneva County, District 71, Hs #500

A Caleb Deal was captured and a prisoner of war, captured 4 Jul 1863, paroled at Vicksburg, MS after he signed statement that he would not take up arms against the Federal Government again. He entered Ross Hospital at Mobile, AL for "febris remitttens" (abating and recurring fever, probably malaria) on 17 Oct 1864 and sent to General Hospital 30 Oct 1864 at Lauderdale Springs, MS.









1860 census of Dale Co, AL, pg 67, Hs 466 lists them being served by Newton, Dale Co, AL Post Office.

21 Jun 1870 census Henry Co, AL, pg 386, Hs 37 has no children listed

12 Jun 1880 census Dale Co, AL lists them

1900 census shows Sarah Deal, b. Feb 1828, and son, Oliver, b. Agu 1876, living near the Wes Cooley and Dock Smithson "Uncle Smitty" McAllister near Mt. Enon Baptist Church which was in East Half of Geneva County, District 71, Hs #500

A Caleb Deal was captured and a prisoner of war, captured 4 Jul 1863, paroled at Vicksburg, MS after he signed statement that he would not take up arms against the Federal Government again. He entered Ross Hospital at Mobile, AL for "febris remitttens" (abating and recurring fever, probably malaria) on 17 Oct 1864 and sent to General Hospital 30 Oct 1864 at Lauderdale Springs, MS.

Dale County Deed Book I, page 201, dated 15 Jan 1870, where Caleb and Sarah Deal sold to Ransom

Deal the SE 1/4 of NW 1/4, SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 34, Township 6, Range 26 East containing

120 acres for $360.00 or $3.00 per acre. This is in the Mt. Pisgah Church area at forks of road to

Newville, AL. This was probably land inherited from his father, Lewis H. Deal. The deed was witnessed by Thomas Butler and William Hatton.

I have copies of Caleb Deal's Civil War (CSA) service record in Co. A, 37th Alabama Infantry as a

Corporal and the listing in paragraph two above info which reads:

VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI JULY 9, 1863

To All whom it may Concern, Know Ye That:

I, Caleb Deal, a Corporal of Co. A, V Reg't, 37th Alabama Vols., CSA., being a prisoner of War, in the hands of the United States Forces, in virtue of the capitulation of the City of Vicksburg and its Garrison, by Lieut. Gen. John C. Pennington, CSA., Commanding, on the 4th Day of July, 1863, do in pursuance of the terms of said capitulation, give this my solemn parole under oath---

That I will not take up arms again against the United States, nor serve in any military police or constabulary force in any Fort, garrison or field work, held by the Confederate States of America, against the United States of America, nor as guard of prisons, depots or stores, nor discharge any duties usually performed by Officers or soldiers, against the United States of America, until duly exchanged by the proper authorities.

Signed: CALEB DEAL

Sworn to and subscribed before me at Vicksburg, Miss., this 9th day of July, 1863

Signed: Wm. P. Davis, Lt Col., 23rd Reg't., Indiana Vols, and Paroling Officer.

NOTE: At the same date the above surrender was made on 4th Day of July, 1863, Caleb Deal's brother,

Ransom Caswell Deal, died in the Little Round Top Battle at Gettysburg, PA.

Caleb Deal owned the following described property:

SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 27, Twp 6, Range 26 or 39.98 acres for which he paid .25 cents per acre on

land warrant No. 24225, dated 4 Feb 1857

SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of same section for 39.98 acres at same price on same warrant and date.

SE 1/2 of NW l/4, Section 34, Twp 6, Range 26 or 80.09 acres for 25 cents per acre ($20.00) on same warrant and date as above.

SW 1/2 of NW 1/4 or 80.09 acres at 25 cents each ($20.00), same warrant and date. A total of 240 acres for a cost of $60.00

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On 27 May 2004 received an email from Lois Danley <> stating "Joyce Goodman

forwarded your email regarding Caleb Deal. My grandson-in-law's lines are brother of Caleb - Jonathan

and Margaret Melissa Wiggins Deal on his mother's side. His father's lines are John W. and Elizabeth Daniel McAllister. I beleive John's father is Charles McAllister but haven't found any documentation.

Elizabeth's parens are Charles & Elizabeth Daniel. I will gladly exchange what info I have on both lines.

I live in Panama City. Hope to hear from you.

Lois Danley

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More About CALEB DEAL, SR:

Burial: Mt. Enon Baptist Church Cem, Houston Co, AL

More About SARAH JANE FREEMAN:

Burial: Mt Enon Baptist Church Cem, Houston Co, AL

ii. RANSOM CASWELL DEAL, SR.1, b. 20 Aug 1829, Henry Co, AL1; d. Feb 1904, Ozark, Dale, AL (bur. Ozark City Cem)1; m. (1) MARTHA ANN FREEMAN1, Jun 18501; b. 17 Jun 1833, Early Co, GA1; d. 01 Aug 18571; m. (2) OLIVIA JANE MATTHEWS1, 12 Oct 1858, Asbury, Dale Co, AL; b. 26 Oct 1839, Skipperville, Dale, AL1; d. 1929, bur. Union Cem, Ozark, Dale, AL1.

Notes for RANSOM CASWELL DEAL, SR.:

Ransom Caswell Deal was a Minister of the Gospel. He was a member of the Alabama Constitutional

Convention in 1865 from 5th Election District per References: History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biograhpy, Vol !V, 1921. This also listed Henry R. Deal of Dale County to the 1867 Constitutional Convention from 5th Election District.

He purchased land from the U S Land Office at Elba, Al as follows:

SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Sec 24, Twp 6, Range 26 (Homestead Exemption) of 40.04 acres. No cost on

warrant No. 558 dated 30 Nov 1868 and proved on 10 Nov 1875.

Family listed on 1850 census, Dale County, AL, Southern District, page 230, hs 897

Family listed on 1870 census, Dale County, AL, Echo, page 175, Hs 82

Family listed on 1900 census, Dale County, AL, Ozark, precinct 1.

1910 census lists only Olivia and George, son, in Ozark, beat 1.

(see notes on Jr.)

iii. LEWIS H. DEAL, JR.1, b. 17 Apr 1831, Echo, Dale AL1; d. 04 Jul 1863, Gettysburg, PA (killed in Civil War Battle There)(bur.Hollywood Cem, Petersburg, VA in Militar1; m. NANCY JANE BRANNON1, 18 Sep 1852, Henry Co, AL (marr. Bk A); b. 07 Jul 1835, Echo, Dale, AL1; d. 11 Nov 1870, Center Ch Comm, Henry Co, AL (bur Center Ch Cem)1.

Notes for LEWIS H. DEAL, JR.:

Lewis Deal, III was a Private in Co. H, 8th Alabama Infantry. He was mortally wounded on 2 Jul 1863 at the battle of Little Round Top at Gettysburg, PA battlefield. The Historical Record of this Company he was on the Roll signed Boydton Road, near Petersburg, VA in January 1865. He was present at Fredricksburg on 13 Dec 1862 and at Chancellorsbille, VA on 3 May 1863 in two battles there. He enlisted on 18 Aug 1862 in Dale County, AL. He was wounded and was in the Fifth Division General Hospital, Camp Winder, Richmond, VA on 19 Dec 1862. A relative, Jack Blackmon of Ozark, AL has a tobacco can that was

returned from the battlefield. He said that a slave that went to the war with Lewis

Deal leaned Lewis against a tree on the battlefield when he died, gathered his

personal belongings and returned them to the family in Ozark.

He was on the 1860 census of Dale County, AL (Newton Post Office), page 62, Hs 464

The 1870 census of Henry County, AL (Abbeville Post Office), Precinct No. 9 listed the following children: William Middleton, James Uriah, Mary A. Deal.

Per Homer Jones, CSA Research Specialist of Ozark, wrote 6 Jul 2002:

Lewis Deal died at Gettysburg Jul 2, 1863, he has a marker at Old Center Methodist Church Cemetery in

Henry County, but is buried in Hollywood Cemetery at Richmond, VA, his plot number is 141 in the

Gettysburg Dead, Confederate soldiers section, as I recall, descendants here in Ozark have made arrangements for a VA Marker to be placed at Hollywood, if it has not already been done; touch base with Rob Glaze, he can fill you in; I believe his wife Michelle is GGGgranddaughter, she wrote an article which is included in the "Hertitage Book of Dale County, AL" just released this year, use my name if you like.

From Dale County Heritage Book, Page 192, submitted by Michelle Glaze, great-great granddaughter,

written by Robert C. Glaze, 105 Pinecrest Dr., Ozark, AL 36360:

" Lewis H. Deal, Jr. was born to Lewis H. Deal and Elizabeth Kirkland in Alabama on 17 April 1831. He married Nancy Jane Brannon on 29 September 1852 in Dale County, Alabama. Together the couple settled in the community of Echo, worked as modest farmers, and raised six children. Theirs was a typical life in rural Alabama in the 1850's, until the outbreak of the Civil War.

In January of 1862, Lewis H. Deal, Jr. left everything he knew and held dear and went to Mobile, Alabama to enlist in Co. H, 8th Alabama Infantry, "The Mobile Fusiliers", Confederate States Army. The 8th AlabamaVolunteer Infantry had the distinction of being the first unit to enlist for the duration of the War. Private Deal marched with his Southern brothers in arms to Virginia to join General Robert E. Lee and the Army of Northern Virginian (ANV). He fought with honor, courage, and valor in the Battles of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. As the ANV took the offensive in the summer of 1863 to relieve the burden of warfare from the State of Virginia and move the fighting to the hills of Pennsylvania. Pvt. Deal must have surely anticipated the certain combat of a large and decisive engagement which would become known as the Battle of Gettysburg.

As the Alabamians faced an entrenched foe at the apex of a steep, rocky hill called Little Round Top, Private Deal would see the last of his combat experience, his Country, and ultimately his life as he charged up the slope of Little Round Top. Lewis H. Deal, Jr. suffered mortal wounds on that hot afternoon of July 2nd, 1863, and would die from those wounds in less than 48 hours. Attended by his life long companion, Big Sam. Big Sam returned to Dale County with his master's tobacco tin, handkerchief

and other personal belongings. He told the family that when he died, he left him leaning upon a large tree on the hillside. Private Deal on Yankee soil some 1,000 miles away from his home and loved ones. It was assumed by many of the descendants of Lewis H. Deal, Jr. that his remains were probably lost forever, known only to God, buried in a shallow grave of the nearly 50,000 gallant Union and Confederate who gave the last full measure in those hills of Pennsylvania in the summer of 1863.

However, between June 1872 and October 1873 nearly 3,000 Confederate casualties were disinterred from the Gettysburg Battlefield and reburied in Southern soil at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. Best of all, these some 3,000 southern soldiers identities were known to history as well as God. This

amazing task was sponsored by the Hollywood Ladies Memorial Society and performed by Pennsylvania native and son of the man responsible for the interment of the Gettysburg Union Dead at the Gettysburg National Cemetery. Amazingly, out of the 50,000 casualties in the three days of battles at Gettysburg, Private Lewis H. Deal, Jr. of Company H, 8th Alabama Infantry was among the Confederate Dead found, identified, stored, and reinterred 10 years later in Southern soil. His remains were interred in Plot #141 in the Gettysburg Deal, Confederate Soldiers Section, Hollywood Cemetery.

His grave is marked only with a small marble stone which reads #141, provided by the Hollywood Ladies Society in the late 1870s. All of this information was known to cemetery officials and curators of the Museum of the Confederacy but unknown to the many descendants in Dale County of Lewis H. Deal, Jr. until year 2000. Arrangements have been made for a VA Headstone to be installed at the grave of

Private Deal, to properly identify the final resting place of one of the South's fallen heroes and our

forefather."

One Source says he died at Petersburg, VA and was buried there in the CSA Military Cem.







More About LEWIS H. DEAL, JR.:

Burial: Memorial Marker in Old Center Church Cem, buried in Hollywood Cem., Richmond, VA

Notes for NANCY JANE BRANNON:

After this second marriage they moved to Cottonwood, Houston County, AL. James Uriah Deal visited his sister=in-law many times traveling by wagon. No family connections after this except one daughter, Mrs. M. L. Benton, PO Box 174, Wauchula, Hardee Co, FL.

iv. ELIZABETH DEAL1, b. 1835, Echo, Dale Co, AL1.

v. GEORGE DEAL1, b. 26 Mar 1838, Echo, Dale, AL1; d. 03 May 1904, Echo, Dale Co, AL1; m. EDITH C. "EDITHA" DRIGGERS1, 16 Sep 1863, Henry Co, AL m. bk. A (1821-1868)1; b. 29 Jun 1838, AL1; d. 17 Sep 1920, Dale Co, AL1.

Notes for GEORGE DEAL:

Shown on 1850 Dale Co, AL Ag Census.

Shown on 1870 census of Dale Co, AL at Echo, page 275, hs. 80

He appeared in the 1880 Census in Henry Co, AL

shown on 1900 census of Dale Co, AL at Echo, at which time they had 6 children, all living.

He served in the military on 11 Mar 1862 in Alabama.



More About GEORGE DEAL:

Burial: Old Mt. Pisgah Cemetery near Echo, Dale Co, AL

More About EDITH C. "EDITHA" DRIGGERS:

Burial: Old Mt. Pisgah Cemetery near Echo, Dale Co, AL

vi. ASA NOAH DEAL1, b. 1840, Echo, Dale, AL1; d. 01 Apr 1863, Ft. Pemberton, MS (CSA) see notes1; m. (1) ELIZA M. ???1; m. (2) ELIZA M._____, Bef. 1863; b. 1844, AL.

Notes for ASA NOAH DEAL:

Asa Deal entered CSA service at Abbeville, Henry County, AL on 10 May 1862 in Co. A, 37th Alabama

Infantry Division. He died at Ft. Pemberson, MS on 1 Apr 1863 leaving his widow and one child. Letters of affidavits and file on microfilm in Birmingham Public Library and other places that have these records.

vii. LUCINDA DEAL1, b. 27 Jul 1842, Echo, Henry, AL1; d. 23 Aug 1920; m. (1) WILLIAM WILKERSON1; b. 1838; m. (2) C. JOSIAH BALKUM; b. 20 May 1839, AL.

viii. JONATHAN "JON" REV. DEAL1, b. 04 May 1845, Echo, Dale, AL1; d. 03 Jan 1896, Cottondale,Jackson, FL (bur. Graceville, Jackson Co, FL) Aged 50 years, 7 months, 30 days1; m. MARGARET MALISSA WIGGINS1, 20 Dec 1866, Wiggins, Henry, AL Marriage Bk A (1821-1868); b. 18 Jul 1848, Henry Co, AL1; d. 30 Aug 1925, Graceville, Jackson Co, FL, Aged 77 years, 1 month, 12 days1.

Notes for JONATHAN "JON" REV. DEAL:

He was in the 1880 Census of Henry Co, AL.

Listed on 1880 census of Henry Co, AL Beat 7, page 22, hs 56 at Cureton's Bridge as John and Margaret Deal with children as: Meda, Henry, Pearry, Noah, Lizza, Carrie

He was a Baptist Minister and a Mason. He died after a fall from a horse on a rainy night at Cottondale, FL. He was a Civil War Veteran in the Confederate Army. He served in the 5th Regiment of Alabama Infantry on 19 Sep 1863 in Ft. Gaines, GA.

Another version of his death I just learned:

It was on a Sunday. He left the church that morning to ride home on his horse-drawn wagon. On the way home he died, perhaps of a heart attack. His horse continued the journey until the home was reached.

More About JONATHAN "JON" REV. DEAL:

Burial: 05 Jan 1896, First Bap Ch Cem, Campbellton, Jackson Co, FL

Notes for MARGARET MALISSA WIGGINS:

She was on the 1900 Census in Jackson Co, FL. Also shown on the 1910 and 1920 Census of Jackson

County, FL.

More About MARGARET MALISSA WIGGINS:

Burial: First Bap Ch Cem, Campbellton, Jackson Co, FL

ix. PERMELIA MALINDA DEAL1, b. 25 Nov 1859; d. 10 Jul 1861.

More About PERMELIA MALINDA DEAL:

Burial: Center Methodist Ch Cem, Henry Co, AL

x. MARY A. DEAL1.



3. GEORGE W.2 DEAL (LEWIS1)1 was born 1808 in Glasgow Co, NC (now Greene County)1, and died in Lived in Butler Co, AL1. He married (1) TABBITHA_____. She was born 1813 in GA, and died in Lived in Butler Co, AL. He married (2) TABBITHA ???1. She was born in GA1, and died in Lived in Butler Co, AL1.

Notes for GEORGE W. DEAL:

He was awarded land on 26 Dec 1854 of 38.87 acres at 25 cents each in SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Sec 13, Twp 5, Range 23 for a total of $9.72.


Children of GEORGE DEAL and TABBITHA_____ are:

i. JAMES3 DEAL1, b. 18261.

ii. SARAH E. DEAL1, b. 18281.

iii. JANE DEAL1, b. 18401.

iv. WILLIAM J. DEAL1, b. 25 Aug 1844, AL1; d. 07 Nov 1908, bur. Culp/Kirkland Cem, Henry Co, AL near Oakey Grove1; m. (1) MARTHA HOLLAND, Per email James Wallace Deal 12/3/01; m. (2) DELANIE "LANEY" HOLLAND1, 14 Feb 18691; b. 18 Apr 18391; d. 20 Dec 1922, bur. Culp/Kirkland Cem, Henry Co, AL near Oakey Grove1.

Notes for WILLIAM J. DEAL:

He was a Civil War Veteran[Deal2.FTW]

He was a Civil War Veteran

v. NANCY A. DEAL1, b. 18451; m. STEPHEN HART, JR1, 17 Feb 18701.


Child of GEORGE DEAL and TABBITHA ??? is:

vi. MAHULDA CAROLINE3 DEAL1, b. 02 Aug 18471; d. 05 Dec 1916, bur. Elizabeth Prim Bap Ch, McKenzie, Butler, AL1; m. SAMUEL ASBURY LEE1; d. , bur. Elizabeth Prim Bap Ch, McKenzie, Butler, AL1.



4. JAMES2 DEAL (LEWIS1)1 was born 1816 in Greene Co, NC (Old Glasgow County)1. He married NANCY J. WILLIAMS1, daughter of JARRID WILLIAMS and TEMPY VINSON. She was born 05 Jul 1835 in GA1, and died 11 Nov 18701.

Notes for JAMES DEAL:

Listed on 1880 census of Dale County, AL, Beat 9, Hs 35. No children listed.

Listed on 1870 Census of Henry County, AL Hs#58, Beat 9 with Abbeville, AL as Post Office serving them.

Listed on 1850 census Dale County, AL, Southern District, page 208, Hs 588

Listed on 1860 census Henry County, AL, Beat 9, Freemans with Post Office listed as Cureton's Bridge which is near what is now Columbia, AL

More About NANCY J. WILLIAMS:

Burial: Center Methodist Ch Cem, Henry Co, AL in Cureton Family Plot)


Children of JAMES DEAL and NANCY WILLIAMS are:

i. EZEKIAL3 DEAL1, b. Abt. 1818, GA1; m. MARY E. BAILEY1, 02 Feb 1847, Barbour Co, AL (bk. 1838-1850, page 265) by Rev. J. W. Halstead; b. Abt. 1825, GA1.

Notes for EZEKIAL DEAL:

Listed in Henry County census of 1850, Household #525, spelled DEEL He was able to read and write.

"This is highly commendable of Mr. Deal to be able to read in this era since education was so sparse in the south."

Listed on the 1860 census of Henry Co, AL at Franklin, Beat 7, Postoffice of Abbeville and also the 1850 census with no children shown.

ii. MARY A. DEAL1, b. Abt. 18371.

iii. WILEY B. DEAL1, b. 05 Apr 18371; d. 27 Apr 19071; m. (1) MARY ???1; b. 10 Dec 18371; d. 29 Apr 1916, bur, Blakely, Early, GA City Cem1; m. (2) MARY HOLLAND, 02 Jun 1857; b. 10 Dec 1837; d. 29 Apr 1916.

More About WILEY B. DEAL:

Burial: Blakely City Cemetery, Blakely, Early Co, GA

More About MARY HOLLAND:

Burial: Blakely City Cemetery, Blakely, Early Co, GA

iv. ALICE DEAL1, b. Abt. 18421.

v. FRANCES B. DEAL1,2,3,4, b. Abt. 18495.

vi. LEWIS H. DEAL5, b. Abt. 1852, Henry Co, AL5; d. Apr 1929, Dale Co Ala ( ADI 26- 12610 )6,7,8; m. (1) MASOURI RANDOM9, 26 Mar 1878, Henry Co, AL Lic #146, by A. Dauthtry; m. (2) CATHERINE CROFTON10,11,12, Bet. 28 Dec 1881 - 13 Oct 1889, Vernon Fla13,14,15; b. 1853, Douglas Tex.16,17,18; d. Jan 1929, Dale Co Ala ( ADI 11-5072 )19,20,21; m. (3) CATHERINE CROFTON22, 29 Dec 1881, Washington Co, FL; b. 1852, Nacogdoches, TX22.

More About LEWIS H. DEAL:

Burial: Near Headland, Henry Co, Ala23

Notes for CATHERINE CROFTON:

More About CATHERINE CROFTON:

Burial: Ala near Headland Ala23,24,25

vii. LAWSON DEAL26, b. Abt. 185426.

viii. WILLIAM A. DEAL, m. MARTHA JANE BAILEY.








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