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||8 January 1900 was the date the license was issued. There was no return. ||Family: F0849
||Clay Co., Alabama marriage Bk. B|
#461 James PAGE to Sarah A. BROWNING on December 23, 1880, by Turner Wright, NP & Ex Off JP at
the residence of J.M. Browning. Bond: James Page and John Lucius. NOTATION: “James Page has the
consent of the parents of Sarah Ann Browning to marry when it suits them this Dec 20, 1880”.
Signed: J.M. Browning and Anroy (?) S. Browning. Witness: W.J. Browning and J.B. Browning.
||Clay County, Alabama Marriage Book E|
#067 John D. BROWNING to Laura BAKER on September 17, 1891 by Wm C. Brooks at his residence.
Bond: J. M. Browning and J. D. Browning.
||Clay County, Alabama Marriages|
Book D 1886-1890 page 417
||Clay County, Alabama Marriages |
Book D 1886-1890 page 553
||J.R. Griffin and Lugenia Pope were married at her father's, Benjamin Pope, home by Rev. L.P. Hodnett. J.W. Graben and J.O. McColum attested with the bond by J.R. Griffin and E.E. Kitchens. ||Family: F0439
||Marriage took place at home of Amy "Royalls". ||Family: F1015
||Marriage took place at St. ??? Methodist Episcopal Church in Childersburg. ||Family: F0286
||Riser's Mill and Riser's store were popular gathering places for the community. ||Family: F0028
||Sophronia Pope and Wiley M. Powell were married at the bride's mother's, Fannie Pope. ||Family: F0278
||The 1890 Randolph County census, Rockdale, page: 5B, shows Etta with her parents, using the last name Rice and gives her marital status as divorced. ||Family: F0892
||The marriage of Ollie (or Olive) Frances Norred and "Tip" Dison took place at the residence of John Norred.|
Recorded - Book B 1877-1882 page 67
||Obituary, Talladega Daily Home|
16 January 1984
Linda Irene Hand
Funeral service for Linda Irene Hand, 83, will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Sycamore Baptist Church with the Rev. William Gresham officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery
Mrs. Hand died Jan. 14 at Sylacauga Hospital. She was a native of St. Clair County and was retired from Avondale Mills of Sycamore.
She is survived by one son, Clifford Hand of Sycamore; four daughters, Estelle Wadsworth of Birmingham, Dorthy Wadsworth of Sycamore, Jean Hornsby of Wetumpka and Joan Smith of Sylacauga; one sister, Edna Con; and 15 grandchildren and 30 great grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Grady Epperson, Buck Blanchard, Ed Cooksey, Leonard Barnett, Taylor Marlowe and Carlos Horn.
Curtis and Son Funeral Home will direct.
|Linda Irene ???
||Her tombstone says "Asleep in Jesus".|
Her first? husband was a Yankee.
|Mary A. ???
||In the 1930 census, Walter Adams was a mechanic at the cotton gin in Waco, Texas. ||Walter Adams
||In the 1920 Clay County, Alabama census, Joshua Baker was living in the Clay County Poor House. ||Joshua H. Baker
||Abner served in Company G of the 22nd Alabama Infantry during the Civil War and was killed on December 31, 1862 in the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He was buried in an unmarked grave on the battle field.|
The record here, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/randolph/military/civilwar/cog22reg.txt
states he was killed in Shelbyville, Tennessee.
|Abner C. Ball
||The Randolph County, Alabama 1900 census shows Mandy "F." Craft living with William and Elizabeth New. It states Mandy was the mother of 10 children, 6 living. A few houses away was the Wiley M. Craft family and next door to them was the James T. Craft family. ||Amandaline Ball
||Roster of Company G, 22nd Alabama Regiment, CSA, Randolph, Alabama. Most of these men were from the Rockdale area of Randolph County.|
"Ball, Moses Jasper
[Born Aug 3, 1842, died Feb 6, 1896, buried Lawrence County Alabama]"
|Moses Jasper Ball
||Obituary, Talladega Daily Home, 13 December 2007|
PATRICIA CASSANDRA (SANDY) MAYFIELD
SYLACAUGA — Funeral service for Patricia Cassandra (Sandy) Mayfield, 61, will be Friday, Dec. 14, at 11 a.m. at Radney-Smith Chapel with the Rev. Max Buttram officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Mrs. Mayfield died Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2007 at Shelby Baptist Medical Center. She was a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband of 44 years, Ronnie Mayfield; son, Scott (Mandy) Mayfield; daughter, Lynn (Tommy) Barnett; parents, John and Marie (Tootsie) Basinger; brother, Michael (Renee) Basinger, all of Sylacauga; grandchildren, Trent Barnett, Kirstie Barnett, Blair Mayfield, Blake Atkins, Britt Robbins and Baley Robbins Hickman; two great grandchildren; nephews, Chris Basinger and Chad Basinger. Visitation will be Thursday from 5-8 p.m. Memorial messages may be sent to the family at www.radneysmith.com. The family will accept flowers or contributions to Oak Grove Baptist Church, P.O. Box 256, Sylacauga, Ala. 35150.
Pallbearers will be Trent Barnett, Blair Mayfield, Britt Robbins, Blake Atkins, Chris Basinger, and Chad Basinger. Deacons of Oak Grove Baptist Church will serve as honorary pallbearers. Radney-Smith Funeral Home will direct the service.
|Patricia Cassandra Basinger
||The Bowman's are included in this genealogy because they seemed to have stayed in close contact with my grandparents. All my life I could remember hearing the name, "Rennie Bowman". That is very possibly incorrect spelling, but it's the way it's spelled on the back of our family pictures. |
William Royal's family is another whose names I grew up hearing, so my grandmother must have kept in touch often. William married Eliza Bowman, Rennie's mother. I feel the families might have known each other before the marriage, but the friendship with Rennie, his wife and children could have been cultivated afterward. Certainly, it would have been exciting at that time to have friends who lived in another state, as they lived in Georgia.
Eliza Bowman had other children, I'm sure, but I haven't pursued this since Rennie and his family are the only ones we have pictures of and the only ones of which I remember Grandma speaking.
||The 1900 Clay Co., Alabama census, page 176A, household #137/138 gives Frances' birth year as 1864, but her grave marker says 1866. |
The same census says she had given birth to 11 children, 8 of which were still living. We know from grave markers that two of those children were Bennie and Anney. Myrtle was born and died after this census was taken. So we know she gave birth to at least 12.
The census states that Frances could read and write.
|Sarah Frances Bradbury
||The Sylacauga News Fridan May 26, 1939|
On Thursday morning May 18th the death angels visited the home of Mr. Robert D. Smith and took the one whom it seemed could least be spared, a loving wife and mother, but the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh, though our hearts are sorely sad. But with Jesus we know she is sleeping, then why should we not be glad.
Mr. Robert D. Smith and children wish to thank their many friends and neighbors for the kindness shown them during their recent bereavement, also for the beautiful floral offerings. A precious one from us is gone, a voice we loved is stilled, a vacant place is in their home that never can be filled.
||From a letter to Carolyn Luttrell from Myrtle Rayfield Plant:|
"Of Mary Brewer, my grandmother, I only know that she came from one of the Carolinas. I think South. I know that some of the Brewers of Coosa Co. are related, maybe all, but I do not know. My grandfather too old to go to war was an active member of the Home Guard and a Brewer relative was the officer in charge."
||Died as an infant. ||Alice Mahala Jane Browning
||Grave marker has birth date as 22 December 1896. ||Alice Omie Browning
||Obituary from the Talladega Daily Home, 5 October 1974|
Mrs. Florence E. Tate
Funeral service for Mrs. Florence Eugenia Tate, 73, of 1211 Pine Street, Sylacauga will be held Saturday at 2 P.M. at West View Baptist Church with the Rev. Terry Sutton and the Rev. Bill Langley officiating. Burial will be in Millerville Cemetery.
Mrs. Tate died October 3 at Sylacauga Nursing Home. She was a native of Clay County and a member of Westview Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband, William Tate of Sylacauga; three daughters, Mrs. Aubrey Bullard, Mrs. Henry Craft and Mrs. Frances Bowden, all of Sylacauga; three brothers, Slaughter Browning of Goodwater and Russell Browning and Arthur Browning, both of Sylacauga; and two sisters, Mrs. Margie Jones and Mrs. Omie Seargent, both of Sylacauga.
Service Funeral Home will be in charge of the services.
|Florence Eugenia Browning
||Lived in Akron, Summit County, Ohio at time of WWII draft registration and worked at Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. ||Francis Glover Browning
||Obituary from the Talladega Daily Home, 28 September 1976|
George R. Browning
Funeral service for George R. Browning, 77, of 412 Avondale Avenue, Sylacauga will be held Wednesday at 2 P.M. at Center Hill Methodist Church with the Rev. Eldridge Nicholson, the Rev. Bill Brown and the Rev. Jack Graves officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery.
A native of Clay County, Mr. Browning died September 27 at St. Clair County Hospital. He was a member of Center Hill Methodist Church.
Survivors include one son, Mayo Browning of Sylacauga; five daughters, Etheleen Griffitt of Talladega, and Jewell Honeycutt, Katie Thornton, Mrs. Y.Z. East and Marie Carrollm all of Sylacauga; two brothers, Arthur Browning of Birmingham and Slaughter Browning of Goodwater; two sisters, Margie Jones and Omie Sargent of Sylacauga; twelve grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Brown Service Funeral Home will direct the service.
|George Russell Browning
||Living with uncle, Sidney Lafayette Browning in Clay County, Texas in 1910. ||James M. Browning
||In 1900 James M. Browning was living with his brother and his family, John D. Browning. ||James Madison Browning
||Living in Randolph County by 1860, Rockdale post office. ||John Browning
||John D. Browning was living alone on Brownsville Rd., household #29 on the 1930 Clay County census, series T626, Roll 6, page 224. ||John Daniel Browning
||Lander Jackson Browning enlisted in the Marines in WWI on 22 July 1917 in Akron, Ohio. According to the Official Roster of Ohio Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the World War, 1917-1918, Volume 22 his war record included:|
Parris Island Summary Court; Co T 18 Aug 1917; Co M 4 Feb 1918; Naval Prison Portsmouth NH 10 Apr 1918; Marine Flying Field Miami Fla 17 March 1919; Squadron B Parris Island Summary Court 12 June 1919. Discharge 15 July 1919; Character excellent File no 97848.
|Lander Jackson Browning
||Obituary - Talladega Daily Home, 14 October 2006|
LILLIE MAE BROWNING CORBETT
SYLACAUGA - Funeral service for Lillie Mae Browning Corbett, 82, will be Sunday, Oct. 15, at 2 p.m. at Radney-Smith Funeral Home with the Rev. Johnny Jordan officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Mrs. Corbett died Thursday, Oct. 12, at Brookwood Medical Center. She was preceded in death by her parents, Marvin L. and Ezell Browning; brother, William Browning; and sister, Catherine Taylor. She is survived by her husband of 56 years, Joe Corbett Jr. of Sylacauga; son, Johnny Huel Corbett and wife Shelia of Sylacauga; granddaughters, Tammie Sargent and Mandy Lucas; grandson, Michael Corbett; great-grandsons, Luke Sargent and Eric Corbett; great-granddaughter, Breanna Weaver; brothers, Ellis Browning, Marshall Browning, Eugene Browning, and Troy Browning all of Sylacauga, and Thomas Browning of Jacksonville; sisters, Willie Nell Roach of Sylacauga and Shirley Stanley of Phenix City. Visitation will be Saturday, Oct. 14, from 5-9 p.m. Memorial messages may be sent to the family at www.radneysmith.com. Radney-Smith Funeral Home will direct the service.
|Lilly Mae Browning
||The Sylacauga News, September 19, 1963|
Marvin L. Browning, 71 died at the Sylacauga Hospital September 12. The West View Baptist Church conducted funeral services September 14. Interment was in the Sylacauga Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Janice E. Browning, Sylacauga, daughters, Mrs, Lilly Mae Corbett, Mrs. Catherine Reeves, Mrs. Willie Nell Roach, Sylacauga, Mrs. Shirley Kaylor, Phenix City, sons William Browning, Ellis Browning, Eugene Browning, Sylacauga, Marshall Browning, Winterboro,Troy Browning, U.S. Air Force, Milton Browning, US. Army, 21 grandchildren, 3 brothers, 3 sisters.
|Marvin L. Browning
||The 1900 Clay Co., Alabama census give William J. Browning's birth year as 1864, while his grave marker says 1863.|
The same census says he was a farmer and owned the farm outright. He could also read and write.
|William J. Browning
||Obituary, Talladega Daily Home, 23 April 2005|
CHARLES AUBREY BULLARD
SYLACAUGA - Funeral service for Charles Aubrey Bullard, 80, will be Sunday, April 24, at 4 p.m. at Radney-Smith Funeral Home chapel in Sylacauga. Burial will be in Millerville Baptist Cemetery with full military honors. Mr. Bullard died April 22 in Sylacauga. He retired from the U.S. Army, serving during World War II and the Vietnam War. He was awarded the Bronze Star and various other medals during the Vietnam War. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred Tate Bullard.
He is survived by two daughters, Rebecca Morris of Sylacauga and Shirley Ann Foley of Leeds; two granddaughters, Sara Wilson of Sylacauga and Brandy Ritch of Pell City; grandson, Randy Ritch of Leeds; three great-grandchildren, Destiny Ritch of Leeds, Alan Wilson of Sylacauga and Randall Ritch of Leeds; four brothers, Terry Bullard, Howard Bullard, Bobby Bullard and Benny Bullard, all of Sylacauga; and two sisters, Eloise East of New Site and Jimmie Nell Roberson of Nashville. The family will receive friends Saturday from 5-8 p.m. at the funeral home.
You may contact the family at www.radneysmith.com. Radney-Smith Funeral Home in Sylacauga will direct the service.
|Charles Aubrey Bullard
||According to Lloyd Bullard, grandson, William Perry Bullard came from around Goodwater, Coosa Co., Alabama to Mississippi near the end of the Civil War and settled in a house that is now in Tishomingo Park, that house either having been left there when the park was built or being on display as one of the first hoses in the area. ||William Perry Bullard
||A picture of Sarah Campbell and A.J. Pogue is at:|
|Sarah A. Campbell
"In Memory Of"
Malissa V. Wife of Wm. Stonecypher; 22 Feb 1834-11 May 1894; Age 60 years
Inscribed on front but unreadable; Inscription on back " In memory of
Wm. Stonecypher 30 Aug 1826-23 Aug 1899; Age 72 yrs. Kind Father of
love thou are gone to thy rest, Forever to bask in the joys of the
||THE RANDOLPH LEADER|
September 27, 2000
Lila Jo Craft
(ROANOKE) Services for Lila Jo Craft, 83, of Roanoke were Friday, Sept. 22, 2000, at
11 a.m. at Quattlebaum Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. Roger Florence officiating. Burial
was at Rock Springs Christian Church Cemetery.
Mrs. Craft died at her home on Wednesday, Sept. 20.
A Randolph County native, Mrs. Craft was born Oct. 19, 1916, daughter of Romalas
and Dent Longshore Carpenter. She had resided in Wedowee most of her life and was a
member of Rock Springs Christian Church. Mrs. Craft was a registered nurse who had
worked at LaFayette Nursing Home and was a former director of nurses a Randolph
Survivors include a daughter-in-law, Frances Tarver of Scottsmoor, Fla.; four
grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; a sister, Vina Tarver of Wedowee; two
step-children, Bobbie Lerequet of LaFayette and Jimmy Craft of Mexico; three
step-grandchildren and three step-great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Wayne Tarver, Michael Tarver, Keith Tarver, Eric Tarver, James
Tarver and Robert Ford.
Arrangements were by Quattlebaum Funeral Home, Roanoke.
|Lila Joe Carpenter
||Obituary, Sylacauga Advance, 7 June 1973|
William Albert Chappell, 90, a native of Talladega County died June 1 at Marble City Nursing Home. Funeral Servie was held June 4 at 10 am at Service Chapel with Rev. J.B. Owens officiating. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery. Surviving are three daughters, Mary Bogel of Mentor, Ohio, Hattie Harding of Sylacauga and Minnie Ruth Morris of Talladega; four sons, Milton C. Chappell of Clay, I.D. Chappel of Huntsville, Fred C. Chappell and Henry J. Chappell of Sylacauga; a sister, Kate Smith of Goodwater and two brothers, A.E. Chappell and C.W. Chappell of Sylacauga.
|William Albert Chappel
||The 1910, Fayetteville, Talladega County, Alabama census says Mary Ann was the mother of seven children, six living. ||Mary Ann Claton
||Stacy's death certificate answer's "length of residence" as "many years".|
It states she was found dead in bed and that she was born in Alabama. Also, the informant appears to be McKay or M Kay Browning.
|Anastasia S. Coleman
||Daughter, Anastasia Browning's death certificate gives Daniel's name as Jack Coleman. ||Daniel Coleman
||ERBIE GORDON COST|
SYLACAUGA — Funeral service for Erbie Gordon Cost, 68, of Sylacauga will be Friday, July 2, at 11 a.m. at Radney-Smith Funeral Home chapel in Sylacauga with Brother Harold Peters officiating. Burial will follow in Evergreen Cemetery in Sylacauga.
Mr. Cost died Wednesday, June 30, at Coosa Valley Baptist Medical Center. He was married for 47 years and attended First Church of God. He retired from Kimberly-Clark Corporation and enjoyed carpentry.
He is survived by his wife, Ramona Cost of Sylacauga; three daughters, Pam Cost, Rita Cost and Tammy (Buddy) Cost Barnett of Sylacauga; two grandsons, Chris (Shanda) Deason of Sylacauga and Patrick Barnett of Sylacauga; one great-granddaughter, Erica Deason of Sylacauga; and a host of friends and relatives.
Visitation will be from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
Pallbearers will be Jay Bulger, Hugh Dowdy, Doug Dowdy, Dexter Dowdy, Tim Hurt and Sherrod Mitcham.
Radney-Smith Funeral Home will direct the service.
|Erbie Gordon Cost
||Obituary Sylacauga Advance, 22 November 1962|
Layton Herman Cost, 58, died in Birmingham on November 11. Funeral services were held at Service Chapel Monday afternoon with interment in Sylacauga Cemetery. Mr. Cost is survived by his son Erbie Cost; his mother, Mrs. W.W. Cost, both of Sylacauga, six sisters, Mrs. Eunice Cleghorn, Mrs. Velma Bergman, Mrs. Hilda Gorman, Sylacauga; Mrs. Vera Rogers, Centreville, Mrs. Irma Bulger, Prattville; Mrs. Edith Hickman, Winterboro and a brother, E.L. Cost, Birmingham.
|Layton Herman Cost
||"The Craft and Ball Families..." has Abner Dison's birth date as 3 November 1853. ||Abner Dison Craft
||North Randolph News, 19 April 1905|
Mr. W.M. Craft went to Anniston last Sunday to meet his daughter Mrs. A
Sellers who went to Texas in January and whose husband, Mr. Oliver Sellers,
died soon after arriving in Texas.