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Many years ago I began working on my family tree and soon became quite addicted! I took the very little bit of information that my mother knew about her family and began to put the pieces of the puzzle together. I have no idea why she never ordered her father's death certificate but when I did, the information was amazing. A few trips to cemeteries finding tombstones of relatives Charlie and I knew nothing about, I have saved several photos of those headstones on webpages and tried to write a little bit about those new discoveries.
My mother didn't know much about her parents since she was orphaned at the age of 4 and raised by her mother's McClain parents.
Once I had my family tree up and looking fabulous, I began on my late husband's family and found one of his cousins, Clarence Bearden, posting on the internet, doing the same thing with the Brooks lineage. I phoned Clarence and he sent me some research papers on John Brooks born 1837 and some pictures of Thomas Randolph Carter family.   Clarence's mother is my husband's Aunt Sissy, actually named Elizabeth Brooks and she had called my husband's daddy, Bubba.
I never knew that before.
  I called Charlie's cousin, Sue Carol, about Mary Ella's lineage and found that her husband, Wayne Bozeman, was also my cousin, WOW !!  
Sue Carol drove me and Beverly up to Central one day to see the tombstones of Mary Partridge and George Thornton, a couple of there great grandparents from Georgia, buried behind an old Primitive Baptist Church. This is past Santuck on hwy 9 going down to the flashing caution light and taking a right turn.
Wayne and Sue Carol had dug deeply into his lineage and they were amazed with my Bozeman research.  They had been to the graves at Hope Hull, but so had Clarence Bearden and he had also published an article about his findings there on the Alabama Cemetery Preservation webpage. The cemetery is located just off I-65 at the Hope Hull Exit, turn left and go a few miles to McLean Road and take another right.
Beverly took me to Hope Hull and our findings were extremely fascinating and we took many pictures of Lacy Bozeman's monument, her fathers, and her husband's, T. R. Carter, all from Darlington SC.
Then we went to Dublin to further our reearch of Grandma Alice Lorena Stephens, and her Bozeman family,  and to Elmore County where Baxley, Holt, Hood and other Thorntons are buried,  and I have many other pictures within.
Beverly gave me a new computer for Christmas 2006 with a free subscription to and I have saved hundreds of old documents, and census images showing the tracks of our ancestors.
Wayne loaned me his copy of a book written about the Bozemans and I have also scanned those pages into my research. Two pages of this book are about Mordecai, and his sons Peter, John and James.
I have posted my huge family tree on the internet to share at and there is another relative online researching the Brooks lineage of Tennessee and Alabama
New relatives write to me all the time, I have dozens and dozens of emails from people asking for information, sharing their lineage, letting me know that we are related.
I joined several genealogy mailing lists and message boards online and once tried to contact a Donna Burdette but her mother wrote back to me, being from the Bozeman line - Elizabeth is the granddaughter of Ethel Mae Bozeman, the sister of my great granny Lorena.  Ethel wrote her children a long letter stating that her mother was Alice Stephens and step mother was Ellen Bean.
Jimmy Ray Bozeman wrote to me and met me and Elizabeth at Dublin in May 2007, my daughter Beverly drove us there and we met a lot of Ethel Mae's family there and some elderly children of Uncle Bob Bozeman's family.  We explored the old family cemetery way behind Hills Chapel Church, out in the woods and found the grave of Peter Edward Bozeman and his daughter in law Alice Lorena Stephens Bozeman.
Peter's son John had been married to Alice.  Alice was our great great granny, rich with Cherokee blood.
I can see how she named my great granny Emma Lorena Bozeman but where did she get the name for Ethel Mae.  Aunt Ethel had written a story about her parents, published in the Montgomery Advertiser around 1970.
I asked these people at Dublin if they knew anything about Lorena 's husband Charlie McClain and they said he was a good man, cross eyed, and never had a tombstone.
December 2007 a new cousin, Glenda, sends an email.  Cousin to my mother in law, she is a wonderful new friend.  We are researching Ella Olivia Baxley Hood and her parents of Holtville.  Beverly takes me to Coosa River Primitive Baptist Church cemetery where we find several family graves, Louisa Miranda Holt and James Hardie Baxley, of the Civil War and down the road at Cains Chapel Cemetery we find the grave of Ella and her husband L W Hood and their children, including "Bubber"  Bessie Mae Hood Thornton ( the mother of Mary Ella Thornton Brooks ).
My father's Cochran sisters have worked our genealogy for many many years and shared much information.  Dad's mother was Luella Coonfield and I have traced her lineage quite thoroughly.
  • Boseman, Bozman, etc. (27 KB)
    Most could not read nor write so the spelling varies through time.
  • Helpful Links (4 KB)
  • Weatherford Indians (134 KB)
    Census study shows them as native americans in Alabama.
  • Names (343 KB)
    Names and tales of family members
  • Cousin (21 KB)
    Helpful Links
  • Land Records (308 KB)
  • Coonfield of 1760 (85 KB)
    Interview of a descendant
  • Cousins and Relations (257 KB)
    Helpful Links
  • Tales and Lore (610 KB)
    Family stories
  • 1811 Catherine Weatherford (52 KB)
    Item 76 states she is the daughter of Charles but he is not making her marriage bond so he must have been in Alabama.
  • Documents (191 KB)
    Some old images in my collection.
  • Bits and Pieces (44 KB)
    Parts of the Genealogy
  • Catherine Weatherford Wright's daughter Catherine (254 KB)
    Go to Little and see Catherine who married Hiram Little - She is the daughter of Catherine G. Weatherford and John Wright. Hiram was a physician and the son of Jonas, and the grandson of George. Hiram and Catherine had a son named John who is listed below their article. John's granddaughter married Frank D. Cochran.
  • Notes (119 KB)
    Old Research notes
  • Ellie McClain (1 KB)
    Broadway and McClain
  • D A R (189 KB)
    Most of these had fathers in the American Revolution - so many connect to me.
  • Search Box (39 KB)
  • D N A (111 KB)
    DNA results to Jimmy Ray
  • Notes (102 KB)
    Some records
  • Martha Hill in census (137 KB)
    Her families and descendants in census notes.
  • 1820s and 1830s (40 KB)
    Studying the past
  • Martha Hill Bozeman in Montgomery County (39 KB)
    By 1850 she had settled near the other Hills in Dublin and some families in Ramer who connected to her vast lineage.
  • Grandmother Annie Lee (1 KB)
    Anna Lou Stone married Fenn and Carter and Dasher and died around 1933 or 1934. Her father was born in Macon County AL and moved back to Macon GA before he died. She followed. The death certificates of both of her parents are found in the Georgia Archives and Annie signed as a witness to her mother's.
  • Elders of Martha Hill's husband (23 KB)
    Study of William Henry Bozeman born 1802 Darlington and their trails into Hope Hull.
  • Captain Little (450 KB)
    My dad's GGG grandfather from Scotland along with several possible brothers, in Union County South Carolina 1790 and 1800 census but in Kentucky 1810 after the brother of Mrs. Mary Handley Douglass Little explored, surveyed and offered them land in Vienna Kentucky and more along the Green River which is included in the books History of Kentucky and mentions these familis and is included in the Kentucky Genealogy Webpages.
  • The Captain's great grandson (144 KB)
    Military Record 1863 Kentucky Infantry, then Bullitt County Kentucky and later in Madison Arkansas. Also John's father was a surgeon in the Civil War....many of this family served.
  • 1838 Lucy Campbell (173 KB)
    Sterling Campbell married one of the daughters of Peter Bozeman in Darlington SC and followed the families to Montgomery and later bought land near Talladega.
  • 1829 Vincent Joiner (265 KB)
    Sarah's X mark - Vincent married Ellen Bozeman, a daughter of Peter, and later bought land in South Alabama. Vincent also signed documents for Peter in 1822 and 1824 as his child Julius received a gift of land from Grandpa Peter.
    • Boseman, Bozman, etc. (27 KB)
      Most could not read nor write so the spelling varies through time.
    • Helpful Links (4 KB)
    • Weatherford Indians (134 KB)
      Census study shows them as native americans in Alabama.
    • Names (343 KB)
      Names and tales of family members
    • Cousin (21 KB)
      Helpful Links
    • Land Records (308 KB)
    • Coonfield of 1760 (85 KB)
      Interview of a descendant
    • Cousins and Relations (257 KB)
      Helpful Links
    • Tales and Lore (610 KB)
      Family stories
    • 1811 Catherine Weatherford (52 KB)
      Item 76 states she is the daughter of Charles but he is not making her marriage bond so he must have been in Alabama.
    • Documents (191 KB)
      Some old images in my collection.
    • Bits and Pieces (44 KB)
      Parts of the Genealogy
    • Catherine Weatherford Wright's daughter Catherine (254 KB)
      Go to Little and see Catherine who married Hiram Little - She is the daughter of Catherine G. Weatherford and John Wright. Hiram was a physician and the son of Jonas, and the grandson of George. Hiram and Catherine had a son named John who is listed below their article. John's granddaughter married Frank D. Cochran.
    • Notes (119 KB)
      Old Research notes
    • Ellie McClain (1 KB)
      Broadway and McClain
    • D A R (189 KB)
      Most of these had fathers in the American Revolution - so many connect to me.
    • Search Box (39 KB)
    • D N A (111 KB)
      DNA results to Jimmy Ray
    • Notes (102 KB)
      Some records
    • Martha Hill in census (137 KB)
      Her families and descendants in census notes.
    • 1820s and 1830s (40 KB)
      Studying the past
    • Martha Hill Bozeman in Montgomery County (39 KB)
      By 1850 she had settled near the other Hills in Dublin and some families in Ramer who connected to her vast lineage.
    • Grandmother Annie Lee (1 KB)
      Anna Lou Stone married Fenn and Carter and Dasher and died around 1933 or 1934. Her father was born in Macon County AL and moved back to Macon GA before he died. She followed. The death certificates of both of her parents are found in the Georgia Archives and Annie signed as a witness to her mother's.
    • Elders of Martha Hill's husband (23 KB)
      Study of William Henry Bozeman born 1802 Darlington and their trails into Hope Hull.
  • My Dad's Cochran Lineage
  • My Grandma Rena
  • My Cherokee Connection
  • My Husband's Thornton, Baxley, Hood, Holt and Brooks lineage
  • Broken Arrow is where I was born - My Surnames
  • Grandma Clora Jane smoked a pipe and read the ashes
  • Photos
  • Search Land Documents
  • MySpace
  • My Mom's family
  • Isaac Hicks and a Baxley Connection
  • The Lost Colony
  • My Family Tree
  • 1834 Elisha Anderson's son Elijah in Will -Montgomery Ala
  • 1790 Edgefield SC-Guist Stephens Broadway Carter Phillips
  • S C Rebels and Loyalists
  • Surnames on Rootsweb Family Pages
  • 1784 -100 acres given to my GGGG grandpa for Rev War service
  • He served in Richard Mason Company of Am Rev in Darlington
  • My Alabama Connections
  • Various Search Features
  • Links to my webpages
  • Some free stuff and some not free
  • 1847 Grandpa William Henry Bozeman Estate Administrator
  • 1793 Brother of W. H.
  • Cherokees went to Texas
  • The Search Thingy
  • Edgefield County S C Archives
  • My Webring
  • 1730 North Carolina Notes
  • Aunt Nancy Kizar Hill in Montgomery Alabama
  • 1664 Isle of Wight
  • 1803 Records
  • My webpages and my family
  • McClain and Bozeman Connections
  • My Lineage and Search Box
  • Midwest Cochran FamilyConnections
  • My Kentucky Kin
  • My Darlington S C family
  • Search the Archives
  • Tombstones
  • Cherokee - Hicks and Vann
  • Choctaw - McClain
  • Images of Land Records
  • Puzzled by Genealogy
  • Shelby County Reserve
  • Cousin Virginia talked with me on the phone -family history
  • Georgia Records
  • Tribalpages
  • Tribalpages
  • AlaGenWeb
  • Rootsweb Family Tree
  • Victor Daniel
  • Montgomery Alabama Genealogy
  • Alabama Genealogy
  • My Children
  • Cochran Genealogy
  • Cherokee Genealogy
  • Coonfield Mailing List and Archives
  • 1810 Abe Crigler of Kentucky
  • 1830 Michael Stone of Maryland in AL
  • Nancy Jane Anderson Bozeman Family Plot
  • South Carolina Census
  • South Carolina Roster
  • Early marriages of Dallas County Alabama
  • 1820 census of Dallas County
  • My Parents in Arizona
  • Vincent M. Joiner 1829 married Aunt Ellen Bozeman
  • 1838 Sterling Campbell married Aunt Lucy Bozeman
  • Aunt Ethel Gibson
  • Anna Roxanna Roxie P Smith Brooks Smith of Tennessee
  • Continued
  • My Grandpa Cochran
  • My Census Collection
  • Next
  • Ramer's early settlers Broadway, Hill, Stephens, Anderson
  • Martha Hill Bozeman, daughter of John Hill of Darlington
  • Books
  • Martha Hill's descendant Jimmy Ray's daughter joins DAR
  • John Hill in Ramer came from Darlington SC
  • John Hill in Darlington SC before the great migration.
  • Family Matters (1 KB)
    Related Pages
  • Documentation (1074 KB)
    Coming Together....
    • Cemetery (213 KB)
      Mt Hebron Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery is very small. George Thornton and wife Mary Angeline Partridge graves are found here.
    • Grandpa McClain (62 KB)
      Emily Alice McClain's father stands with her brother. Charles McClain's parents and grandparents spent many years in Creek Territory.
    • Cemetery (52 KB)
      Stokes-Carter Cemetery has no official name, no Stokes buried here, mostly Carters and Bozemans. Tombstones being trampled and damaged by the cattle and falling trees.
    • Charles McClain in 1908 (12 KB)
      Married Lorena Bozeman
    • Cemetery (816 KB)
      Coosa River Primitive Baptist Church has some of the original settlers of Holtville born about 1800.
    • Uncle John Coonfield (39 KB)
      Uncle to Frankie
    • Cecil Carter (230 KB)
      Anne's father was born around 1900 - nobody is really certain - at Thompson Station in Bullock County - born to a Fenn family he was adopted around 1910 when his mother remarried in Macon Georgia. His father was from Tuskegee Alabama and grandparents from former Creek Territory in Georgia but he claimed to be Cherokee blood. Enlisted in the Army about 1920 to 1930 stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso. Found his father living in Montgomery Alabama and returned about 1931.
    • Cemetery (865 KB)
      Cain's Chapel in Slapout has many Thornton and Hood families from the early days of Cold Springs, Elmore County, Alabama
    • Clora Jane Miller Cochran (15 KB)
      Frankie's grandmother
    • Cecil Carter (15 KB)
      Anne's father was born around 1900 - nobody is really certain - at Thompson Station in Bullock County - born to a Fenn family he was adopted around 1910 when his mother remarried in Macon Georgia. His father was from Tuskegee Alabama and grandparents from former Creek Territory in Georgia but he claimed to be Cherokee blood. Enlisted in the Army about 1920 to 1930 stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso. Found his father living in Montgomery Alabama and returned about 1931.
    • Cemetery (308 KB)
      Dublins' old cemetery behind Hills Chapel hidden far off into the woods.
    • Clora Jane Miller (327 KB)
      Cochran Family
    • Cecil Carter's brother Frank Fenn (51 KB)
      born 1896 at Thompson Station in Bullock County - died in Coosada on his farm at Airport Road where the school now sits. His grave is on that land he had donated to the church for a cemetery. Frank worked for the railroad, his wife boiled his dirty clothes in a pot outside - he was in WWI and hauled POWs on the train.
    • Cemetery (97 KB)
      Dublins'new cemetery for the public is across the street from the front of Hills Chapel.
    • Bill Carter (38 KB)
      about 1970 - he was Anne's brother
    • Cemetery (88 KB)
      Dublin - old gravestone being cleaned with water and a brush
    • John and Annie Brooks (72 KB)
      Moved into Montgomery Alabama after 1900 and their son James married Susie Mae Cooper. They have a strong lineage into 1800 TN
    • Cemetery (64 KB)
      Greenwood in Montgomery, very large cemetery has graves of many of the Brooks, Cooper, Bozeman, Fenn families
    • Jacob and Clora Cochran (34 KB)
      Left Iowa for Kansas Territory after 1880 with son Frank Delbert Cochran on the left.
    • Cemetery (18 KB)
      Memorial has many of my relatives' resting places - land donated by Lorena Bozeman's Uncle Robert Henry Bozeman - located between Maxwell AFB and Hope Hull and Pine Level.
    • Luella Coonfield (119 KB)
      Arkansas - she is in the center of this photo just before she married Frank Delbert Cochran. She is Cherokee by blood. Her mother was Lattie Cedonia Little of Kentucky.
    • Luella Coonfield's mother was indian (63 KB)
      Shepherdsville, Bullitt County, Kentucky - Lattie Little was born to Mary Catherine Crigler and John Wright Little.
    • Cemetery (275 KB)
      Dublin Old Cemetery has tiny tombstone markers with no names
    • Cemetery (78 KB)
      Dublin Old Cemetery behind the church - Alice Lorena Stephens Bozeman, the Cherokee in grandma's lineage.
    • Cemetery (1456 KB)
      Dublin Old Cemetery behind the church - Peter Edward Bozeman of the Civil War - the clover design is a separate layer added to this homemade tombstone with penciled PEB our father added.
    • Powhatan (40 KB)
      Lucius Powhatan Little was Lattie's cousin in Kentucky - he was a lawyer, a judge, a writer, and a genealogist. They all had one common grandmother from Virginia, Catherine Weatherford.
    • Cemetery (78 KB)
      Indian Creek Cemetery in Georgia where James McClain born 1810 is buried - the father of Josiah is also the son of the elder Josiah
    • Ben Coonfield's parents (68 KB)
      Martha Frances Young of Kentucky married Benjamin Wylie Coonfield in Indiana. Their hair was so black that it looked blue in the sunshine.
    • Cemetery (14 KB)
      Hill City Cemetery in Graham Kansas is where my dad's grandparents are buried
    • Mary Catherine Crigler (323 KB)
      Born in Kentucky to Nancy Catherine Roby and Abraham Crigler, she married John Little and had Lattie and Sadona in this picture.
    • Cemetery (28 KB)
      Old Harmony Primitive Church Cemetery has few graves but includes Elijah Lee born 1777 and his wife Malinda Phillips who came to Chambers County before 1830 buying land from an old Creek Indian and they are the great great grandparents of Susie Mae Cooper Brooks.
    • Cochrans (106 KB)
      Chetopa Kansas, the Cochran family includes Frankie, Freelon and Darrell
    • Carter photo (46 KB)
      T R Carter with his first wife and family - he is great grandfather of Susie Mae Cooper Brooks.
    • Cochrans (26 KB)
      Frank Delbert's brothers and sisters.
    • Susie Mae Cooper Brooks (40 KB)
      grandmother to Charles Wayne Brooks known as Mamaw. Her mother was Sarah Elizabeth Carter who married Levi Benjamin Cooper, a son of Charner P. Cooper of Chambers County.
    • Frank Delbert Cochran (13 KB)
      Funeral Home Receipt
    • Anne Carter (28 KB)
      On the left she stands by her granny Lorena, and Lorena's daughter Katie Bell McClain. They raised her after her mom Alice McClain Carter died. All buried at Memorial
    • Frank Delbert Cochran wed Luella Ellen Coonfield (199 KB)
      Married in Arkansas, moved to Missouri, then Oklahoma, then back to Chetopa Kansas where they had Frankie in 1927
    • Anne Carter's mother (16 KB)
      Emily Alice McClain was married to Cecil Carter and she died at the age of 19 after giving birth to her third child.
    • Luella's father Ben (39 KB)
      Those Cochran boys sure look a lot like their grandfather Ben Coonfield
    • John Lewis Bozeman (1305 KB)
      Buried in Covington County, may connect to Philemon
    • Frank D. Cochran (50 KB)
      Father of Frankie and Cleo and JB
  • Files (14 KB)
    Various related webpages
  • Links (2 KB)
    Various related webpages
  • Names (9 KB)
    Those I am studying
  • Contacts (27 KB)
    Others involved in this research.
  • Search Files (39 KB)
    Records and Images
    • Census Images (76 KB)
      My collection of census images relating to my family
    • Dad's Research (1 KB)
      Midwest cousins
    • Dad's Research (959 KB)
      Midwest cousins
    • Midwest Research (959 KB)
      Cousins and Connection
    • Genealogy (5 KB)
      Cochran of Ohio into Iowa
    • Books (27 KB)
      Documents and Resources
    • Southern Research (211 KB)
      Path of my Elders
    • Land Records (40 KB)
      George Grauer and his father in law Mark Porter buying land in Marengo County and then the daughter of George, Elizabeth Westbrook buying 160 acres of her own in 1860 for herself.
  • 1915 Kansas (28 KB)
    Aunt Ruth Coonfield with Charles Gray, holding Luella's twins
  • Cherokee Mom (16 KB)
    Annie Lee Carter changed her name to Anne Alice Carter, because she had no idea that her grandmother was Annie Lee Stone Fenn Carter born about 1875, so she chose to use her own mother's name Alice. Annie Lee Stone might have been the full blood Cherokee we are searching for. Of course Annie Lee Stone might have married a half blood Wm Fenn in 1893 as we see the Cherokee blood runs strong in his mother's line of Harrell.
  • Uncle Billy Carter born 1935 (63 KB)
    Handsome Cherokee son of Cecil Earl Fenn Carter grew up to be security guard in Enid Oklahoma
  • Cherokee Great Grandparents (12 KB)
    Grandparents of Frankie Lavern Cochran left Kentucky for Arkansas, Benjamin Coonfield and Latte Cedonia Little.
  • Obituary Teegardin (177 KB)
    Frank's cousin Dorline Gray Teegardin
  • Emma Lorena Bozeman McClain (7 KB)
    Ramer Alabama Her Cherokee mother was Emma Alice Lorena Stephens
  • Obituary Cochran (62 KB)
    Frank's sister Mary Lou
  • Wm Franklin Fenn Jr b 1896 (10 KB)
    Thompson, Bullock County, Alabama
  • Uncle Sam and Nancy Little (10 KB)
    Luella's Uncle
  • Cecil Earl Fenn Carter, brother of W F Fenn Jr (13 KB)
    Thompson, Bullock County, Alabama born 1899 or 1900 died 1939
  • 1972 (48 KB)
    July 14, 1972 Charles and Kathy with Anne and Mary on Kiwanis Street
  • Robert Lee Fenn, brother of W F Fenn Jr (13 KB)
    Thompson, Bullock County, Alabama headstone found buried beside his brother, although Robert never appeared on the census
  • 1977 (47 KB)
    Charles and Kathy in friend's wedding
  • Emma Alice McClain Carter, wife of Cecil (2 KB)
    Ramer Alabama, daughter of Lorena Bozeman McClain
  • 1996 (79 KB)
    Funeral of Frankie Cochran December 1996. On Christmas Eve he hugged Kathy and said I love you more than you will ever know and at 3 am he was gone. Brother Darrell and sister Mary Lou shown by Deloris
  • William Lawrence Carter, son of Cecil & Alice (16 KB)
    Montgomery Alabama
  • Bubber - Bessie Mae Hood Thornton (114 KB)
    second photo is her daughter Mary Ella Thornton Brooks with her children
  • Uncle Emmett Fenn Obit 1959 (21 KB)
    Grandpa Cecil's brother
  • Cherokee Stephens Family (170 KB)
    Montgomery Alabama, from NC
  • Charles Allen McClain wed Lorena Bozeman 1908 (17 KB)
    Ramer Alabama
  • Stephens, W E (72 KB)
    Ramer Alabama
  • Sam (121 KB)
    riding horses
  • McClains, Charles and son Walton (25 KB)
    Ramer Alabama
  • 1980 (295 KB)
    Frank Cochran at Shriners Construction Site
  • OOTCHA Annie Broadway (49 KB)
    Ramer Alabama
  • 1850 (380 KB)
    Michael Stone in Macon County Alabama, Anna Stone Fenn's great grandfather came from Maryland
  • FENN, Virginia Leigh, daughter of WF Fenn JR (4 KB)
    Bullock Alabama
  • 1820 (482 KB)
    Charles McClain and Elizabeth Moon in Spartanburg had son Josiah who had James who had Josiah Marion McClain who served in the Civil War and marrie Elizabeth Broadway who had a son named Charles Allen McClain in Dublin Alabama
  • Carter, Mark b 1950 (5 KB)
    NC, son of Cecil Carter Jr
  • 1860 (472 KB)
    Elizabeth Broadway with parents Mary S. Stephens and Abner Broadway may have been Creek Indian Blood
  • 1956 Dad (30 KB)
    Living in Mesa Arizona, one of my dad's receipts for pay at his job.
  • 1850 (683 KB)
    Joe Stephens age 4 served in the Civil War and had a daughter named Alice Lorena Stephens Bozeman
  • 1957 Arizona (23 KB)
    Living in Mesa Arizona, Uncle Billy took this picture of my family and his first wife Lillian.
  • 2000 (31 KB)
  • 1959 Alabama (20 KB)
    Easter Sunday with Roscoe and Katy Coley's grandson, Mike Carr - Kathy, Jr. Vic
  • Mary and James Brooks (67 KB)
    Acapulco Vacation
  • Carter (33 KB)
    Victoria, daughter of Cecil Jr.
  • Surveying Greenwood Cemetery (55 KB)
    Fenn family plot owned by Orr is quite a mystery that surely some of the relatives can resolve
  • Alabama Lines (7 KB)
    Joseph Baxley, Andrew Cooper, Elijah Lee, Peter Bozeman, Thomas Carter, John Hill, Michael Stone, John Fenn,
  • Chart of my Ancestors (15 KB)
    My Elders
  • Gideon Moon of Virginia (23 KB)
    His daughter married Charles McClain
  • Frankie Cochran's Kansas families (32 KB)
    His father served in WWI, his brother died in Korea, his grandfather served in the Civil War and some served in the American Revolution. Frankie was one eighth Cherokee blood.
  • Kentucky Records (53 KB)
    George Little living near his grown up children and their families, and in laws, and Isaac Coonfield near Clark and Cline
  • Weatherford Notes (134 KB)
    Researching my Catherine G. Weatherford of Charlotte, VA a daughter of Charles, who married John Wright in 1811....her descendants named Georgia, have some similiarity with some on this list......
  • James McClain 1810 (74 KB)
    buried at Indian Creek Cemetery
  • Colonial Documents (55 KB)
    Tracing my ancestors through time
  • 1810 census shows Patsey Weatherford (136 KB)
    she has children in the home and could be Catherine's mother - she could also have been a wife of the famous Charles Weatherford; nearby is a younger Charles Weatherford who might have been her son.....Patsey Weatherford is one to be researched.
  • Intro (610 KB)
    My Family
  • Many Grandfathers in my line (14 KB)
    Cochran, Henderson, Long, Clendenning, Sturgeon of Pennsylvania into Ohio - "Stuff" on my southern grandfathers
  • 1811 marriage record of Catherine Weatherford (52 KB)
    Virginia Documents state that her father was Charles Weatherford - scroll down to #76 where Benoni Smith was her surety to marriage - was her father in Alabama with his other family?
  • Links (27 KB)
    My Family Study Sheet
  • Many Grandfathers in my line (75 KB)
    Cochran, Henderson, Long, Clendenning, Sturgeon of Pennsylvania into Ohio ; Coonfield and Young, Epperson, into Indiana and Arkansas, Roby and Crigler of Kentucky with Simmons and Wells
  • Coonfield Lineage (13 KB)
    Finding Isaac Coonfield in Kentucky 1800 so was he born about 1760 or 1770
  • My DAR Ancestors (189 KB)
    Several of my grandfathers served in the American Revolution and have been acknowledged by the DAR and Peter Bozeman was just recognized in Jan 2008
  • List of Who's Who (56 KB)
    Basic Outline
  • Tefft and King Phillip (14 KB)
    Our Tefft Cousins in History
  • Crigler of Kentucky (204 KB)
    Abraham Crigler and Lydia had Owen. Owen then named a son Abraham who married Catherine Roby and had Mary Catherine Crigler who later married John Little.
  • The Family Tree on the Web (8 KB)
    Rootsweb GED
  • John Sweet (104 KB)
    into Rhode Island and Mass.
  • Hiram Little born 1821 Kentucky (158 KB)
    The son of Jonas married Catherine Wright ( daughter of Catherine Weatherford) and named a son John Wright Little in 1843. John is later found living with Abraham Crigler because his mother died and Hiram moved to Texas and remarried.
  • Annie Fenn and Alice Carter (71 KB)
    Tracing their families from Virginia to Alabama
  • Iowa Cochran Families (9 KB)
    Jacob Cochran left Ohio for Iowa Territory
  • Reason Roby born Kentucky 1790 (205 KB)
    Abraham Crigler's wife was Mary Catherine Roby, the daughter of Reason and Catherine Simmons Roby. Reason was the son of Lawrence Roby and a lady named "Catherine" who is shown widowed living by Reason in 1820.
  • Grandpa McClain (39 KB)
    Charles married Elizabeth Moon about 1750 in Virginia and moved to Spartanburg SC. His son Josiah married Nancy Wood and had James. James married a woman only known as Anna and they are buried at Indian Creek Cemetery in Georgia. Anna's son Josiah Marion McClain had a family in GA, left for the Civil War and never returned. He had a second family in Alabama and one son named Charles born 1886.
  • Jacob Benjamin Cochran (88 KB)
    Joined the California Gold Rush, served in the Civil War and was married twice
  • Simmons, Catherine's father Jesse born 1753 (254 KB)
    Parents of Catherine Simmons were Jesse and Rachel Wells Simmons from Maryland into Kentucky. Rachels's father was Jacob Wells. Parents of Jesse were Elizabeth Swearengin and Johnathon Simmons of Maryland.
    Miller of Virginia from Ireland (76 KB)
    Parker of New York Indian Country, Sweet and Tefft of Rhode Island 1600
  • 1885 (386 KB)
    Sketches12-14 This Samuel Bozeman was probably the brother to our grandfather Mordecai Bozeman, and they were sons of Samuel Edward Bozeman.
  • 1885 (392 KB)
  • Isaac Coonfield death record (436 KB)
    Mortality List
  • 1885 (420 KB)
  • Death Certificate of Anne Carter (440 KB)
    wife of Frank Cochran. On that last night with her she told me to go home to my babies because a "lady in white" had visited her and told her that she was about to "go home"
  • 1885 (383 KB)
  • Tombstone of Alice Lorena Stephens Bozeman (78 KB)
    found in the woods behind Hills Chapel Church by Peter Edward Bozeman's tombstone on the old John Hill plantation. Alice was the wife of his son John Thomas Bozeman who was buried across the street in another cemetery. Stone reads " My Darling ALB "
  • Grandma Stone (88 KB)
    Informant is our great granny Annie L Dasher who later became Annie Carter, previously a Fenn in 1893.
  • 1885 (440 KB)
  • Anne Carter Cochran in Arizona (6 KB)
    They lived in Mesa near Aunt Eunice Cochran in 1953
  • Grandpa Augustus Marvin Stone (90 KB)
    Father of Anna Lou Stone Fenn Carter Dasher - grandfather to Cecil Earl Fenn Carter.
  • 1885 (314 KB)
  • George Little of Scotland in SC and KY (24 KB)
    S C Roster shows Frank Cochran's grandpa and probably the brothers of George Little.
  • Cecil Earl Fenn Carter (525 KB)
    Military Discharge shows dark ruddy complexion of this handsome Cherokee. There were three documents where he re-enlisted and served about twenty years at Fort Bliss in El Paso Texas. Cousin Ruby Gibson once told me that Cecil was still in the Army when he married Alice McClain.
  • 1920 Annie Stone (133 KB)
    Shown with Mother - apparently Annie married 3 times, Fenn, Carter, Dasher but no marriage record has been located.
  • 1885 (429 KB)
  • John Stephens (23 KB)
    S C Roster shows Anne Carter Cochran's grandpa - also grandpa to Lorena Bozeman
  • Catherine Crigler and her baby girls (53 KB)
    wife of John Wright Little
  • John Franklin Fenn 1862 (7 KB)
    Macon County - Civil War
  • 1885 (352 KB)
  • Wm Sellers (23 KB)
    S C Roster shows Anne Carter Cochran's grandpa - also grandpa to Lorena Bozeman - Some researchers say that Mr Sellers had married an indian woman in South Carolina before moving to Alabama.
  • Catherine Crigler 's son Sam Little (43 KB)
    son of John Wright Little
    One of my daddy's many grandfathers on Luella's side - her mother was Lattie Little.
  • Broadway (21 KB)
    S C Roster shows Anne Carter Cochran's grandpa - also grandpa to Charles McClain's mother
  • Hiram Lucius Little (94 KB)
    Father of John Wright Little married first to Catherine Wright and second to Rebecca Isabella Adams.
  • Peter Bozeman (173 KB)
    Jesse petitions the court to sell or divide the land that his father owned, dated 1838 - Peter died in 1829 after writing letters to the War Dept and Bounty Land Office because he knew that he was to receive that free land grant for his service in the American Revolution. Obviously he got the land in Hope Hull Alabama but I have not found any type of Land Deed until this item shows that Peter did in fact own land in Alabama. Now we need to go back and find the followup to this document to see when the land was sold and to whom.
  • Moon (22 KB)
    S C Roster shows Anne Carter Cochran's grandpa - also grandpa to Charles McClain's father
  • Lattie Cedonia Little Coonfield (177 KB)
    daughter of John Wright Little - beautiful Lattie was my great grandmother and of Cherokee blood
  • Jesse Bozeman born 1793 was Attorney (1352 KB)
    When his brother Peter E. Bozeman died, Gilly asks him to be her lawful attorney regarding this estate in 1851. signed by John Stephens and Gilly's X mark.
  • Brandon (23 KB)
    S C Roster shows Brandon, under which many of our elders served
  • Benjamin Coonfield (53 KB)
    Husband of Lattie Little, father of Luella - Aunt Deloris said the Coonfields had such rich black hair that it looked blue.
  • 1838 Jesse Bozeman Attorney (173 KB)
    Dividing his father Peter Bozeman's land among the heirs named on this document which is signed by Judge Bibb.
  • McClaijn (21 KB)
    S C Roster shows several McClains, not our Charles
  • Aunt Ethel and her Gibson husband (22 KB)
    With my great Grandmother Lorena
  • Bowsman Peter (22 KB)
    S C Roster shows grandpa Peter Bozeman
  • John Carter - married Elizabeth Wise (33 KB)
    1700s North Carolina Militia
  • John Wise - father of Elizabeth Wise Carter (38 KB)
    1700s South Carolina Militia - Elizabeth named her son John Wise Carter and he settled into Talladega Alabama about 1820- 1830 and married an unknown woman having a son named Thomas Randolph Carter.
  • Lattie Cedonia Little & Ben Coonfield (177 KB)
    Ben Coonfield family - Lattie told her children they were of Cherokee blood and some of another tribe
  • Benjamin Coonfield's parents (28 KB)
    Husband of Lattie Little, his parents were Martha Frances Young and Benjamin Wylie Coonfield of Indiana
  • Chester Coonfield (43 KB)
    Ben Coonfield 's son, brother of Lattie
  • John Wright Little photo (26 KB)
    father of Lattie
  • Bond (34 KB)
    1700s North Carolina Militia - Edgecombe County - our John Baptist Bond went to TN into the Brooks lineage
  • John Wright Little photo (67 KB)
    family in Arkansas
  • Ballard and Smith (35 KB)
    1700s North Carolina Militia - Granville County - our Ballard went to TN into the Brooks lineage
  • Amy Coonfield (38 KB)
    Ben Coonfield 's daughter - sister of Luella and Ruth
  • Grandpa Zachariah Fann (35 KB)
    1700s Georgia Rangers also includes John Hill
  • John Wright Little pension (403 KB)
    Civil War Service
  • 1885 (343 KB)
  • Holley (34 KB)
    1700s Granville North Carolina Muster Roll - to the Westbrook lineage of Alabama
  • John Little Pension (144 KB)
    Civil War, Kentucky Infantry
  • 1885 (299 KB)
  • Westbrook (34 KB)
    1700s Onslow North Carolina Muster Roll - to the Westbrook lineage of Alabama
  • John Wright Little family (39 KB)
    Civil War Service
  • Cooper and Lee (35 KB)
    1700s Edgecombe North Carolina Muster Roll - to the Susie Mae Cooper Brooks lineage of Alabama
  • Isaac Coonfield photo (22 KB)
    Louisville KY
  • Grandpa John Stephens (35 KB)
    1700s Edgecombe North Carolina Muster Roll
  • Dillard and Stone (33 KB)
    1700s Chatham North Carolina Muster Roll - There is a story online about the Dillards and Jordans being related to Pocahontas
  • Flowers and Stone (34 KB)
    1700s Edgecombe North Carolina Muster Roll
  • Deer and Clark (35 KB)
    1700s Granville North Carolina Militia
  • Charles Wayne Brooks 1953 - 1998 (63 KB)
    taken about 1975 at a friend's wedding reception - handsome son of Mary Ella Thornton and James Edgar Brooks Jr. Charlie had never gone to doctors until that Christmas Eve 1996 when he got sick with colon cancer.
  • Charles' Grandpa Carter (40 KB)
    Thomas Randolph Carter born 1820 with his firt wife Lacy Bozman lived in Hope Hull. He married secondly to Mary Josephine Hereferd of Virginia and they had Sarah Elizabeth Carter who married Levi Benjamin Cooper - Sarah's baby was named Susie Mae Cooper and she marrried James Edgar Brooks Sr. ( Thomas Carter's grandfather served in the American Revolution ) When Thomas died his wife Mary had him placed by his first family and then she went to live with her daughter. Thomas and Lacy have beautiful tall tombstone monuments in Hope Hull where he purchased land thru her father, Jesse Bozeman, from the William Henry Bozeman Estate.
  • 1885 (394 KB)
  • Charles' Grandpa Brooks (24 KB)
    John Brooks and Annie Clark Ballard of Tennessee had only one son James E Brooks Sr in Montgomery AL. James married Susie Mae Cooper and named their son James Jr. James Jr married Mary Ella Thornton and had Charles. ( The first John Brooks came from Holland and settled in PA with a french wife and had John in 1837 who was in Giles TN in 1860 marrying Roxanna Smith and having a son named John in TN )
  • 1885 (410 KB)
  • Grandpa John Wright Little (26 KB)
    Luella Coonfield Cochran's grandfather was born in Kentucky 1843 and claimed to be Cherokee. He moved to Arkansas after his wife Catherine Crigler died. John was the son of Catherine Wright and Hiram Lucius Little. Catherine Wright's mother was Catherine Weatherford, a daughter of Charles according to the Virginia records online. Family legend is that John's family refused a land allotment in Indian nation Oklahoma
  • Amy Coonfield Gray (32 KB)
    Joseph Gray
  • Indians at Fenn Plantation in Alabama (161 KB)
    cousin Matthew Fenn employed Indians on his farm and my grandpa William Fenn was the Manager according to the census records. They all descend from Travis Fenn and Elijah Fann but this area was indeed Creek Nation as the whites began to settle and plant, they all had to work together to survive.
  • Kathy's GG granny Mary Catherine Crigler (53 KB)
    Married John Wright Little in Shepherdsville Kentucky and had Lattie Cedonia Little who married Benjamin Wallace Coonfield. Lattie named her daughter Luella Ellen. Luella married Frank Delbert Cochran and had Frankie in 1927. Catherine wore her long black hair in braids. The Criglers were of German blood, read the Germanna Colony pages online and how they lived so close to the indians of that era.
  • Benjamin Wallace Coonfield and Lattie (14 KB)
    holding Luella
  • 1821 John Wise Carter (212 KB)
    3 land records exist in St Clair County
  • John Thomas Bozeman, son of Peter Edward (386 KB)
    Born 1866 in Dublin Alabama, married Alice Stephens and had Lorena Bozeman - John was the son of Nancy Jane Anderson and Peter Edward Bozeman. His grandparents were Martha Hill and William Henry Bozeman who migrated from Darlington South Carolina about 1826. The Andersons and Bozemans lived next to each other in Hope Hull 1830 with Peter Edward being born in 1834. After the Civil War Peter and Nancy bought land in Ramer/ Dublin area along the Meriweather Trail close to John Hill. John Hill donated land for their family cemetery which I visited, and he donated land for the Hills Chapel Church and another cemetery across from it where John T Bozeman is buried.
  • Marriage License (58 KB)
    Eureka Kansas
  • 1821 William Cochran Land Record (35 KB)
    only one in this township !!! Bought land in 1821 and had Jacob Benjamin Cochran in 1822.
  • WWI Charles McClain (36 KB)
    his birth date is wrong, should be 1886 but it shows his wife as Lorena Bozeman. Charles was the son of Elizabeth Broadway and Josiah Marion McClain's who's families migrated from South Carolina into Georgia, then Alabama. Josiah descends from Elizabeth Moon and Charles McClain of 1750s Virginia. Elizabeth Moon had named a son Josiah and his son James had married an indian woman called Anna - Anna had a son named Josiah. I have seen three different dates of birth for grandpa Charlie but they had very little education, some could not read nor write at all, so the numbers are often mixed up.
  • Uncle John Coonfield (39 KB)
    brother of Ben - the Coonfields had very black hair with a blue shine to it
  • 1837 Grandpa Abner Broadway Land Record (58 KB)
    Montgomery, Alabama. Grandpa Abner and Grandma Nancy migrated from South Carolina.
  • Hood and Baxter (34 KB)
    1700s Anson North Carolina Militia
  • Document - Bozeman (26 KB)
    copied from book
  • Cochran siblings (26 KB)
    Frank Delbert Cochran's brothers and sisters.
  • 1834 Grandpa Elisha Anderson (207 KB)
    Land Record in Alabama
  • George Hill, Smith and Clark (35 KB)
    1700s North Carolina Militia
  • Document 2- Bozeman (1061 KB)
    copied from book
  • Freelon Cochran (400 KB)
    brother of my daddy, died in Korea - dad had told him to stay home
  • 1900 Grandpa John W Little (66 KB)
    Land Record
  • Abner Hill, Carter and McGeHee (34 KB)
    1700s North Carolina Militia
  • Lucius Powhatan Little (40 KB)
    cousin to John Wright Little - L P was an attorney, a judge, a writer and a genealogist. His daughter Laura Simmons Little tried to prove this line connected to a sister of Pocahontas, named Cleopatra. Laura also joined the Owensboro Chapter of the DAR.
  • 1823 Uncle John Bozeman (32 KB)
    Land Record - Peter's brother went to Mississippi
  • Contents page of book (21 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South
  • Aunt Eunice Cochran (26 KB)
    dad's sister had alzheimers
  • 1824 Lewis Bozeman (197 KB)
    Land Record
  • Abner Broadway (38 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South - May have married an indian woman before they began to migrate into Alabama.
  • Cook School (134 KB)
    1933 photo includes 7 Cochran children
  • John Stephens (34 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South - John married a full blood Cherokee and migrated into Alabama.
  • Luella Coonfield Cochran (116 KB)
    Death Certificate - the cancer was so bad that her husband had to okay they take her off the machines. Luella had many children, including two sets of twins
  • Benjamin Sellers - Wm B (35 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South
  • Preface (49 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South
  • Ward, Simmons, Jones (34 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South
  • Georgia Settlement (27 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South
  • Mordecai 1 (40 KB)
    Receipt of payment for service in the American Revolution - he is also listed online in the South Carolina Archives under the Roster of the Continental Army serving in the Militia.
  • Mordecai2 (52 KB)
    Receipt of pay for his services in the American Revolution.
  • Peter Bozeman captured in Am Rev (107 KB)
    1779 article from SC Archives - the surname spelling varies but these people could not read so it just didn't matter. Peter and his wife Sarah signed with only an X mark on various documents.
  • 1824 Lewis Bozeman (197 KB)
    Land Record
  • Grandma Lorena Bozeman McClain (11 KB)
    1941 she was mother of Alice McClain Carter and raised the children of Alice ( Cecil Jr, Anne Alice, William Lawrence) Lorena was wonderful to visit, churning butter, sewing quilts, gardening, and read her Bible daily, having a very special gift of healing.
    Grandpa Isaac Coonfield
  • Anne Carter and Frankie Cochran 1950 (44 KB)
    married in 1951, moved to Broken Arrow in Tulsa Oklahoma and then to Mesa Arizona, living next to his sister, Eunice Cochran Haraughty. Both had Cherokee heritage.
  • Brack Land Grant (151 KB)
    Eleazor and George Brack served in the Am Rev along with the Bozemans and Andersons and Sellers, all of whom eventually migrated from SC to AL - all being intermarried and becoming our grandfathers and grandmothers
    1837 Isaac Benjamin Coonfield
  • Uncle Billy Carter (25 KB)
    Anne's younger brother was killed in a car accident on hwy 231 - had married several, had no children. loved living in Oklahoma around the indians because he was indian and felt at home with them.
  • William Sellers Land Grant (445 KB)
    ended up in Alabama
    1859 Grandfather Isaac Coonfield in Arkansas
  • Frankie Cochran in 1949 (9 KB)
    left Chetopa Kansas and served in Korean War, was copilot of a bomber and was shot in the shoulder, sent to Maxwell AFB in Montgomery. While seeing the sights in downtown Montgomery he ran into Anne Carter, and he told her that night that she was the one he wanted to marry. She was about 17 and working at the old Kress store on Dexter Avenue, waiting for her bus to take her home.
  • John Bozeman (132 KB)
    1781 Loyalists - sided with the British during our War for Independence
  • LAND RECORD (176 KB)
    1831 Grandfather John Hill
  • Confederate Pension Application (18 KB)
    Nancy Jane Anderson Bozeman filed for widows pension after Peter Edward died. He had served in the Shelby County Reserve
  • 1756 John Bozeman is 18 (101 KB)
    Colonial Soldiers of the South
    1832 Alexander Cochran, either the brother or the father of William, land purchase in the same township as William.
  • Harrell -Bryant - Gunter (33 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South
  • Uncle Walton McClain (18 KB)
    about 1936 holding Anne Carter. Walton was a very dark handsome man, well educated, and military all his life, now buried at Arlington Cemetery.
  • 1748 George Bozeman in Maryland (64 KB)
    Colonial Soldiers of the South
  • LAND RECORD (220 KB)
    1834 Uncle Meady Bozeman
  • George Bell - Henderson - Westbrooks (35 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South
  • Anne Carter in 1940 (37 KB)
    school days at Capitol Heights, they moved around, Maryland Avenue, and Yougene Streets, attending Highland Avenue Church of Christ but some old letters from the 1950s talk about church on Saturdays so they must have switched religions at some point.
  • John Hill in 1754 (64 KB)
    Lt in North Carolina - this could be the father of the many Hills who moved into Montgomery Alabama along with the Bozemans in 1826
    1837 Uncle Peter Bozeman
  • Parker - Carter - Vann - Rogers (33 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South
  • John in Mississippi 1830 (43 KB)
    Rev War Soldier could be the brother of Peter or the son of Mordecai - Mordecai's lineage had not been researched until this decade. I see that his son James remained in Darlington SC but John did not and Peter did not. John and Peter may have married indian women and migrated into Alabama and John moved on into Mississippi which was at that time Choctaw Nation. John and Peter both had difficulty after their migration proving that they had served in the American Revolution even though it is recorded where they got paid in 1785.
    1834 Uncle John Coonfield
  • Benjamin Dotey (33 KB)
    1700s Colonial Soldiers of the South - they all trace back to the Mayflower's Edward Doty and the first Thanksgiving of the Pilgrims.
  • Continental Paper Money (121 KB)
    6 dollar bill
    1920 Grandpa Joseph C Stephens
  • Bond (20 KB)
    S C Roster shows Charles Brooks grandpa John Bond
  • Smith (24 KB)
    S C Roster shows Charles Brooks grandpa Henry Smith
  • 1885 (277 KB)
  • Westbrook (73 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Westbrook (73 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Civil War (74 KB)
    Those who served
  • Hello!! (62 KB)
    As aol begins to close it's doors to their hometown webpages that so many have used to save their notes on, here we begin a vast attempt at saving research
  • Peter Bozeman (36 KB)
    Peter had married Sarah Brown in 1786, having three daughters on the 1790 census followed by sons Meade, William Henry, Jesse M. Peter E,- Ellen married Vincent Joiner, Lucy married Sterling Campbell and the third daughter has not been found unless she was at the estate sale in one of those other familiar names like Seller, Mason, Watkins or Stacie or Campbell.
  • Research (675 KB)
    Updated Related Files
  • Peter Bozeman's possible ancestors (42 KB)
    Bozeman Relations
  • Research (675 KB)
    Updated Related Files
  • 1709 Samuel Bozeman (5 KB)
    shown as a witness
  • Files Home Page (1569 KB)
    Old Documents, Images, Records
  • Bozeman and Browning in Seminole Lands (5 KB)
    Tracing the Browning family in Georgia Seminole Lands
  • 1747 Henry Bozeman (6 KB)
    Virginia Militia
  • 123 (1207 KB)
  • Mary Bozeman Slater (6 KB)
    Chickasaw Tribe
  • 1734 Thomas Bosman (4 KB)
    Virginia Wills
  • Some Resources (220 KB)
    Family Study
  • Captain Bozeman (10 KB)
    Nottaway Tribe - Indian Chief grandson
  • 1792 Joseph Bozman (5 KB)
  • Early Bozemans (7 KB)
  • 1792 Peter Bozeman (7 KB)
    Settlement of Revolutionary War claims Previously Barred by Established Limitations - they had set deadlines for filing !
  • Bozeman in Blount County Alabama (8 KB)
    1836 removal of indians
  • My Montgomery Kin (16 KB)
    Those who settled in the capitol city.
  • Bozeman (4 KB)
    1600 Virginia
  • Coonfield Indian Blood (85 KB)
    Other researchers of the family - Long before I began studying my family tree, there was talk of indian blood in this line. But even now my 92 year old aunt tells me that her mother Luella Coonfield was part indian.
  • Bozeman (4 KB)
    Indian Claims
  • Bozeman (8 KB)
    1774 James and Martha in Georgia
  • Bozeman (8 KB)
    Talley applications to Cherokee Nation
  • Bozeman (7 KB)
    Land grants for "importing" others to America
  • Charles McClain married Lorena Bozeman (61 KB)
    1920 WWI - son of Elizabeth Broadway and Josiah Marion McClain.
  • Charles McClain married Lorena Bozeman (6 KB)
    1910 They lived with his mother and her second husband John Gardner.
  • Civil War - Bozeman (16 KB)
    Peter Edward Bozeman married Nancy Jane Anderson
  • Civil War - Seaborne Anderson (16 KB)
    Nancy Jane's father served along with his brothers and father - some of this family died in the War - Seaborne was the great grandfather to Lorena Bozeman McClain - Seaborne's great grandfathers served in the American Revolution.
  • Bozeman (8 KB)
    Samuel and Luke in 1730
  • Civil War - Josiah Marion McClain (70 KB)
    Lorena Bozeman McClain's father in law was married to Elizabeth Broadway - He had deserted his first wife Julia King in Georgia and joined the Civil War in Alabama. He was wounded. He married or lived with Elizabeth having two girls around 1870 who died but had Charles Allen McClain in 1886 . Josiah died soon after. Josiah's mother was known as Anna and his father was James McClain who might have also served in the Civil War. It is believed that Josiah's mother was native american - Charlie McClain was a very dark tiny man and very spiritual and faithful.
  • Caleb Bozeman (7 KB)
  • Civil War - Thomas Randolph Carter (9 KB)
    son of John Wise Carter and "Elizabeth", Thomas married Lacy Jane Bozeman first and Mary Josephine Hereferd second. Mary had a daughter named Sarah Elizabeth Carter who married Levi Benjamin Cooper. Grandfathers of Thomas served in the American Revolution.
  • Bozeman 1600 (18 KB)
  • Links (53 KB)
    A Few documents
  • Bozeman 1700 (9 KB)
    Edgecombe County NC
  • Notes (1005 KB)
    Everything I read and research is saved on a webpage for future reference.
  • Bozeman 1700 - Micajah (11 KB)
    Northampton County NC
  • Files (4 KB)
    Research on John Brooks of Holland, his son's marriage to Roxanna P Smith of Tennessee, her son's move to Alabama and descendants in Montgomery
  • Bozeman - Michael (10 KB)
    Lowndes County Alabama and into Arkansas
  • Kentucky to Arkansss to Alabama (136 KB)
    Frank Cochran and Luella Coonfield's lineage to the Brooks.
  • Bozeman - Michael (13 KB)
    Lowndes County Alabama and into Arkansas
  • Bozeman - 1700 (15 KB)
    Timeline continued
  • Bozeman - 1700 (10 KB)
    David J. was son of Luke
  • Westbrook Genealogy (12 KB)
    Penton, Jones, Johnston, Braswell, Grauer, Porter, Glass, etc
  • My Webpages (2 KB)
    Links to much of my research - I save everything, scan every document or photo, and someday I just might get it organized and alphabetized
  • Grandpa Abner Broadway (123 KB)
    father of Elizabeth B McClain - he had married Mary Stephens. Abner was born in Montgomery and his parents had come from South Carolina, another Abner Broadway and "Nancy unknown"
  • Grandpa Elijah Lee and Andrew Cooper (101 KB)
    Chambers County census shows how close they lived together. Charner Cooper married Sarah Lee and had Levi Benjamin Cooper. Levi married Sarah Carter and had a daughter Susie Mae Cooper Brooks.
  • Grandpa Cochran (3 KB)
    Family Group Sheet
  • Ancestors (163 KB)
    The many ancestors of the Brooks children.
  • Grandpa Anderson married Lavinia Brack (91 KB)
    from the Carolinas to Montgomery Alabama - Soldiers of the American Revolution, received Land Grants and migrated into Georgia, then to Montgomery County Alabama.
  • McClain, Josiah Marion - Civil War Record (3 KB)
    My great great grandfather married Elizabeth Broadway and had Charles Allen McClain
  • Grandpa Brooks and Bond (27 KB)
    from the Carolinas to Tennessee to Texas and then Alabama
  • Surnames (37 KB)
    Baxley, Cochran, Crigler, Fenn, Little, Miller, so many names in my family tree.
  • 1840 census Montgomery AL (32 KB)
    only half of my transcription, more to come on page 2 - the pages are quite difficult to read
  • Notes and Research (1052 KB)
    A big thank you to my many internet found cousins who have shared their lineage and pictures with me to help verify the journeys of our ancestors.
  • My Census Notes (3 KB)
    My families migrated into several counties of Alabama by 1830 1840
  • Mordecai Bozeman (3 KB)
    Account being audited for claims of Am Rev War
  • Baxley (19 KB)
    From Joseph to James to Ella Olivia
  • Notes (695 KB)
    Research of related families
  • Mordecai Bozeman and sons (6 KB)
    Account being audited for claims of Am Rev War
  • Many Names in my family (161 KB)
    My Family Jewels
  • Related Links (911 KB)
    Collecting Family Webpages
  • Captain George Little (28 KB)
    to Jonas to Hiram to John to Lattie to Luella
  • Related Links (3 KB)
    Collecting Family Webpages
  • Kentucky Census (63 KB)
    Following my Littles into Kentucky 1800
  • Westbrook (140 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Census (53 KB)
    Following the Littles out of Kentucky
  • Westbrook (10 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Alabama Relatives (3 KB)
    Tracing my roots in Alabama
  • Westbrook (11 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Westbrook (143 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Westbrook (6 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Westbrook (162 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Mordecai's son Peter Bozeman in SC (11 KB)
    Ralph and Peter received Land Grants - they might have received several acres each time they re-enlisted - Ralph even got a land grant in Georgia
  • Mordecai Bozeman's son Peter in SC (11 KB)
    Peter and Ralph received Land Grants
  • Ancestral Index (887 KB)
    Many Names and photos
  • Families Settled in Montgomery AL (1 KB)
    Several names listed - this was the capitol city - with land rich for farming, slaves and indians willing to work the crops, and the Alabama River used for travel. The railroad also came through Ramer and into Montgomery - the Union Station sits along the banks of the Alabama River in downtown Montgomery where historical signs indicate this was once a large indian village. Even the parents of Chief Red Eagle ( Sehoy and Charles Weatherford) lived along the Alabama River.
  • Brooks in Montgomery (1 KB)
    Descending from John Brookes of Holland who settled in Pennsylvania, then his son went to Tennessee by 1860 where he married R P Smith
  • Carolina 1700s (19 KB)
    We were both Quakers and Loyalists
  • Brooks in Montgomery (3 KB)
    Ancestors of Kathy and Charles
  • Mordecai - White - Meade (12 KB)
    Interesting notes on these families in 1700
  • Documents (47 KB)
    Marriage Licenses, Death Certicates, Articles of Interest
  • Indians in Virginia (10 KB)
    Wm G Bozeman
  • Grandpa John Stephens -Am Rev War Soldier (16 KB)
    from Florida to the Carolinas, he fought for Independence, married a full blood indian and migrated to Alabama
  • Bozeman - Shawnee Tribe (4 KB)
    Reid married Bozeman
  • Westbrook (144 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Grandpa Cecil Carter's ancestors (36 KB)
    Fenn of Virginia and Stone of Maryland, all migrating south through the Carolinas during the War and into Georgia's Land Lottery and then to Montgomery Alabama where the land was two dollars an acre. The Fenns were Indian Traders in very early Georgia, 1700s, and their wives were likely native americans.
  • Cherokee Bozeman (3 KB)
    John married a Cherokee in SC and moved to MS
  • Westbrook (32 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • DAR Jesse Bozeman (10 KB)
    Unknown connection but our Peter named a son Jesse so this could be a brother to our Peter in Darlington - there was a Jesse living two doors away from Peter in 1800 Darlington census. Peter's son was named Jesse M Bozeman and I can only suppose that M was for Mordecai and then can suppose it is possible that was also Peter's father's go back to the Jesse who served in the American Revolution and wonder if his middle initial was also M - could he have really been Peter's father living so close to him in 1800.............we may never know.
  • Bozeman in Choctaw Nation (4 KB)
    James Boozman and Percila White - this name White takes me back to the mother of Mordecai, thinking what if she were also indian....we will never know.
  • Westbrook (1 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Luke Bozeman married an indian (5 KB)
    Ward - Bozeman
  • Westbrook (351 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Indian Town Creek 1700 (6 KB)
    Samuel Bozeman, White, Parker
  • Westbrook (92 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Louis Bousman (3 KB)
    Indian Territory and Billy The Kid.
  • Westbrook (19 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • John and the Indian Wife (5 KB)
    John Bozeman and Elizabeth in MS
  • Westbrook (170 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Westbrook (6 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Westbrook (159 KB)
    Cemeteries in Alabama
  • Westbrook (187 KB)
  • DNA to Mordecai Bozeman
  • Chart of my ancestors
  • Peter Bozeman
  • 1840 census of Montgomery AL
  • Grandpa FENN's cousin
  • Grandpa Elisha Stephens
  • Grandpa Elisha Anderson to Lorena Bozeman
  • Research Links and Documents
  • Surnames on the Web
  • My Bozeman Ancestors
  • Cochran, Miller and Henderson of Ohio 1800s
  • Grandpa John Wright Little born 1843
  • Grandpa Hiram Lucius Little born 1821 Kentucky
  • Grandma Betsy Douglass Little of PA and SC to Kentucky
  • Grandma Lattie Cedonia Little Coonfield had Luella
  • Cousin Little
  • Uncle Jonas Little? brother of grandpa George? same town/era
  • Grandpa Elisha Sellers of North Carolina
  • Tombstones
  • Grandpa Cecil Earl Fenn Carter 1900 - 1939 Montgomery Ala
  • Grandpa Frank Delbert Cochran and Luella in Chetopa KS 1937
  • Grandpa Charles McClain of Virginia 1750 to Spartanburg SC
  • Charles Brooks in 1975 Millbrook Alabama
  • Grandpa Jacob Benjamin Cochran b 1822 Quaker City Ohio
  • Montgomery Area Families of Mine
  • Grandpa Fenn and Stone
  • Charles Brooks in 1976
  • Search The Alabama Archives
  • Jacob Benjamin Cochran
  • Mason-Knights Templar common with the Little family
  • Barry's Bozeman Blog
  • Steve's Bozeman Research Page
  • Grandma
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  • Brooks
  • Alabama Gen Web
  • From Lattie Little Coonfield to Frankie Cochran
  • Charles' grandma Olivia Baxley Hood
  • Charles' grandpa John Wise Carter
  • Granny Betsy Douglass Little to Coonfield and Cochran
  • Granny Luella Coonfield Cochran
  • Granny Clora Jane Miller Cochran had son Frank
  • Brooks Genealogy and GED
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  • Alabama Genealogy
  • Kathy
  • Journey of my Elders
  • Charles Brooks
  • Victorian
  • Pictures of many relatives
  • Thomas Randolph Carter and Lacy Bozeman to Jesse Bozeman
  • James Brooks and Mary Thornton
  • Cochran Genealogy
  • Frank Delbert Cochran
  • South Carolina Search the Archives
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  • Charles and Kathy
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  • 1800 Union SC George Little by his children
  • 1810 Kentucky George Little by his children
  • 1810 Kentucky Jonas Little * Grandfather to John W Little
  • John Wright Little - grandfather to Luella Coonfield Cochran
  • Stephens, McClain and Bozeman to Carter
  • Charles and Patsy Weatherford in Charlotte Virginia
  • Sketches
  • My own BozemanGenWeb
  • Grandpa Peter Bozeman of NC in AL
  • Grandpa Mordecai Bozeman born 1735
  • Lorena's Ancestors
  • Lorena Emma Bozeman McClain
  • Our Southern Roots
  • Peter Bozeman
  • Brooks
  • Stokes - Carter - Bozeman Cemetery
  • Links
  • Links with Search Box for easier navigation
  • Laura: Mrs George Bright Hawes researching Pocahontas
  • Tombstone of Isaac Coonfield born 1808 Kentucky
  • Tombstones of sisters, Maude and Lattie Little
  • Tombstones of aunt Mary Ella Coonfield Davidson
  • Tombstones of Grandpa Coonfield
  • Photo of Grandpa Ben Coonfield, resembles Frank Cochran
  • Tracing our Cherokee blood
  • Mason, Gray, Cochran, Parker, Carter
  • Little Hawes Coonfield Cochran Fenn Carter, cousin Martha
  • Stone Fenn Carter and Cochran
  • Tombstone of Grandpa Jacob Cochran - Civil War Vet
  • Tombstone of Thomas Carter b 1820 and Lacy Bozeman
  • Our Family Roots
  • Grandma Clora Jane Miller Cochran photos
  • Children of Cecil Carter
  • Census Records
  • Alice McClain Carter
  • Census Records and old Brooks Letters
  • My Several Grannies
  • Family Photos
  • Mary Endicott Interview with Coonfield family
  • Family Webpages
  • Search the Civil War
  • 1860 Martha Young's parents, Minerva Evans/James Young
  • Frank Cochran's Ancestors
  • Stepping Stones
  • Family Research Pages
  • Grandpa McClain with my mother around 1940
  • A few of my notes from 2005
  • Montgomery Alabama pictures by me
  • Cochran in the old days
  • Frank and Luella
  • Our family history
  • Dad's grandfather George Little of Scotland in Kentucky
  • Kathy's List
  • Grandfather Elisha Anderson - Elijah - Seaborne- Nancy Jane
  • Cherokee Darlings
  • Weatherford
  • Pony picture
  • .............................................Next
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  • Letter from Brooks
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  • Tombstone of Johnny Brooks
  • Pictures 1920s of grandpa Cecil Earl Fenn Carter at Ft Bliss
  • Cecil's death certificate and his father's
  • Cecil's family on 1900 census before his birth or Robert's
  • Cecil and his brothers
  • Cecil to William to John to Elijah Fann/ Fenn
  • Elijah Fann Tombstone - he founded Pilgrims Rest Church
  • Cecil's brother Frank Fenn looks much like native american
  • Augusta Alabama
  • My Montgomery Families
  • Brooks Gen Web Thornton Hood Lee to Montgomery
  • Brooks many ancestors
  • Civil War Message Board of Alabama
  • Great Grandmother Anna Lou Stone Fenn
  • Index
  • Brooks Notes
  • Alabama Notes
  • Alabama Notes
  • Family History free web space
  • Miscellaneous - free webspace
  • Family Chart - free web space
  • Southern Roots
  • Miscellaneous Notes
  • Our Alabama families
  • Frank Cochran's family
  • Brooks Page
  • Tombstone Bubber Hood and Milton Elijah Thornton
  • Beautiful background - index
  • Bozeman Jewels
  • Family Jewels
  • Wiki pedia adds genealogy
  • Coonfield Research Notes
  • Coonfield Research Notes
  • My Grandfathers
  • Elisha Sellers to Lavinia Jane Sellers
  • List
  • Was your Grandma an Indian?
  • Searching Your Native American Ancestors
  • Mary Coonfield Hoback - indian?
  • Coonfield battles over destruction of cemetery
  • Charlie Cochran and Chief Doublehead
  • List = Kathy and Charlie
  • Wiki
  • Kathy's List
  • Tribal Pages
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  • Civil War - Elijah Lee's son James
  • Civil War in Alabama
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  • Charles Weatherford on 1810 census of Charlotte Virginia
  • 1850 and 1860 census of Montgomery Alabama
  • . . . . . . . . Webring
  • Billy Carter
  • Meridian Cemetery - Grandpa Hiram Little
  • Peter Cooper to Andrew to Charner
  • Savilla Cooper - Aunt
  • Pension Application
  • Granny Lorena
  • Samantha's Family Page
  • A List of Kin
  • ..Dad's Uncle Ky Cochran WWI registration card
  • ...Dad's Uncle Benjamin Harrison Cochran's WWI registration
  • ...Dad's grandparents John and Catherine Little, nice photo
  • ...Dad's grandpa Ben Coonfield looks so much like him
  • ...Dad's Uncle Ky family photo
  • ...Dad's many family pictures
  • Dad's maternal grandpa John Little refused indian allotment
  • ...Dad's grandma Catherine Crigler lineage
  • .....Mom's grandpa Josiah McClain in Civil War Roster
  • ...Mom's grandpa Bozeman was in Civil War - clover on stone
  • ...Dad's sister Irma was born with a veil or caul
  • American Revolution
  • Search the Indian Rolls and Bios
  • Indian Letters and Intruders in Tennessee
  • South Carolina Indians
  • Grandpa Edward Doty
  • Our Mayflower cousin
  • ..Dad's grandpas Crigler and Carpenter in Germanna Colony VA
  • ..Mom's grandpa Elizabeth in 1860
  • ..Mom's grandma Elizabeth in 1860
  • ..Dad's grandma Weatherford in 1811 Virginia - see 76
  • my grandmothers
  • Fann Cemetery
  • ..Dad's Miller and Parker ancestors
  • ..Dad's Henderson and Sturgeon Ancestors
  • ..Mom's McClain Ancestors
  • ..Mom's Alabama Connections
  • ..Mom's Anderson Grandfather
  • ..Dad's ancestor Rev Alex Miller was pastor in 1757
  • Search the Kentucky Archives
  • Search Alabama
  • Search Alabama Cemeteries
  • ..Dad's Little families
  • ..Mom's Fenn families
  • Brooks in Tennessee
  • Elijah Lee in Alabama to the Brooks
  • Brooks and Cooper to Thornton
  • ...Mom's Fenn, Stone, Eidson notes
  • Tombstone of Meade Bozeman, brother of grandpa John T
  • Tombstone of Bozeman - Dillard
  • The Stone family forum
  • ..Mom's Aunt Carrie Fenn lived in Indian Nation Oklahoma
  • Brooks' Pennington and Ballard and Indians in Tennessee
  • Brooks' - Rowena Densy Baxter Ballard family
  • Brooks' - Baxter family forum
  • Kezziah Craig the Cherokee indian
  • Baxter Family Forum with Rowena and Larkin Frances Ballard
  • Craig and Connelly to Baxter , Ballard, and Brooks
  • Lowrence County Tn forum - Craig, to Brooks
  • Pennington to the Brooks
  • Hannah Boone Pennington
  • Lawrence County TN households 1830
  • 1826 Tax List of Lawrence Co TN
  • Maury County TN forum - Bond Smith Brooks
  • Maury County TN history - Giles County formed
  • Giles County TN is where John Brooks was found 1860 census
  • Kentucky Quick Notes
  • Kentucky Quick Notes- John Little -
  • Kentucky Quick Notes- John Little - Lottie
  • Grandpa Cecil Carter's great Aunt Lettie Fenn Rich
  • Grandpa Cecil Carter's great granny Martha Rich Fenn
  • Our Native American Heritage
  • Ancestors of Charles Brooks
  • Tombstones of Lacy Bozeman and Thomas Carter
  • Ancestors of Charles and Kathy
  • DAR notes on the Ancestors of Charles and Kathy
  • Ramer Cemetery Survey
  • Hills Chapel Cemetery
  • First White House of the Confederacy was in Ramer
  • Line Creek is where we played on weekends
  • Montgomery Historical Markers
  • Burnt Corn Alabama
  • St Stephens Alabama
  • Indians in Alabama
  • Old Federal Road in Alabama
  • South of the Road in Alabama
  • Old Wagon Road in Alabama
  • Line Creek and Mt Meigs
  • Trail of Tears
  • Obituary of Clora Jane Miller Cochran
  • Back page of pension of John Little - Civil War
  • Fenn and Feagin
  • BJ's Little page
  • Creek Indian Research
  • Cherokee Indian Research
  • Land Grants in Laurens Georgia
  • Captain George Little and family connections
  • Kathy and Pam meet cousin Martha Fenn
  • Our grandmother Anna Stone Fenn at age 5 on census
  • Anna Stone Fenn's parents went back to Macon GA 1910
  • Anna Stone's father Augustus at age 18 in 1860 census
  • Children and grands of Anna Stone Fenn who went back to GA
  • Anna's ex-husband's death certificate names John Fenn
  • Anne Carter was named after Anna Stone - married Cochran
  • Carter and McClain in the news
  • Carter Fenn Stone McClain
  • Images of Actual Land Records
  • Beginning my research
  • Sketches
  • Bozeman Relations
  • 1767 Bozeman Will
  • Brooks Family Tree
  • WWI registration of Uncle William Little
  • Family History
  • Grandma Mary Handley by cousin L P Little
  • Elmore County Alabama
  • Brooks Family
  • My Cochran Family Jewels
  • Red Shoes and Sehoy and the Weatherfords
  • My Alabama Connections
  • About Mary Angeline Partridge Thornton
  • Red Eagle
  • Our Sweet Little Indian Roots
  • Family Bible Records
  • Alabama Genealogy on Yahoo Groups
  • Montgomery County on Yahoo Groups
  • Cherokee by Blood on Yahoo Groups
  • Bullitt County Kentucky Archives
  • Frank Cochran
  • Brooks Page
  • backgrounds
  • backgrounds
  • Giles County Tennessee - once home to John Brooks b 1837
  • Fenn and Carter
  • Newspapers
  • Grandpa Jonas Little in 1830 census by Handley and Hunt
  • Brooks Smith Craig Pennington in Tennessee
  • 1805 Georgia Land Lottery
  • Crigler and Roby
  • Dorline's research
  • John Little son of George, in 1810 KY soon left for Tennesse
  • McClain pictures, grandma Alice and her parents
  • McClains
  • 1840 McClain on census
  • McClain Tombstones
  • Fenn Stone Carter
  • Broadway and Gibson
  • Charles McClain 1750
  • Anne Carter
  • 1789 Georgia Tax Lists
  • Lorena's daughter's Alice and Katie, granddaughter Annie
  • Lorena's granny, Nancy Jane Anderson
  • my backgrounds
  • Mom's picture
  • Mom's great grandfather Josiah Marion McClain
  • Stone Hendrick Winters
  • Grandpa John Baptist Bond to John Brooks in TN
  • John Milton Brooks, Charlie, Mary and James
  • My Ancestors Speak
  • Grandpa Elijah Fenn/ Fann to Annie Carter
  • Mom's great granny Elizabeth Broadway on the 1860 census
  • Elizabeth Broadway research to South Carolina
  • Elizabeth " Bettie " Broadway and Josiah Marion McClain
  • 1870 census of Abner Broadway, father of Elizabeth
  • Coosada and Fenn Family Cemetery in Elmore County AL
  • Great Grandpa Jacob
  • Luella's genealogy
  • Luella's granny Betsy Douglass Little
  • Luella's granny Catherine Weatherford
  • Luella's grandpa John Little Civil War papers
  • Luella's grandpa Abraham Crigler left KY for Arkansas
  • Luella's Uncle Chester and Uncle Sam
  • Tefft in the Cochran, Miller, Parker lineage of Rhode Island
  • Elijah Lee, grandpa to Charles Brooks
  • Brooks Cooper Hood Thornton Ballard
  • 1850 Chambers County - Lee Cooper Stephens
  • Clora Jane Miller Cochran tombstone
  • 1850 Grandpa Stone in Macon County Alabama
  • Charner Cooper and Sarah Lee have a son Levi Benjamin Cooper
  • Journey of our Elders
  • Deeds in the 1600s
  • Our Stone ancestors in the 1600s - Fann/ Fenn
  • Henrico County VA - P:owhatan and the Early Settlers
  • Mars Hill Cemetery
  • Banister Stone
  • Creeks
  • My contribution to Bullitt County KY
  • My contribution to Daviess County KY
  • My contribution to Find A
  • Mom's pictures of her family
  • Charlotte VA deeds
  • other VA deeds
  • Craig Connelly Baxter deeds
  • image: DAR article of George Little
  • Perry Township Blacksmith Shop in Indiana
  • Color Schemes
  • 1953
  • 1695 Maryland Archives
  • My Family Tree
  • Joe McClain so dark was told to sit in the back of the bus
  • Wolf background
  • 1580 George Little
  • Grandpa Hiram Lucius Little in Bosque County Texas
  • Lattie Little marriage license
  • Ralph Bozeman document - Rev War Records
  • Peter Bozeman document - Rev War Records
  • Mordecai Bozeman document - Rev War Records
  • John Bozeman document - Rev War Records
  • Bozeman Family Jewels
  • Cochran
  • Cecil Carter's parents on his death certificate
  • My pictures of Montgomery area
  • My visit to Greenwood Cemetery and to Holtville
  • Freewebs
  • RootsChat
  • Pictures of Anne and Bill Carter
  • 1953 Birth Announcement
  • Samantha's Genealogy
  • WeRelate on Wikipedia
  • Home Page
  • My Parents
  • My Alabama Families
  • T R Carter and Stacy
  • Wilkes Bozman and Cochran
  • Free Stuff
  • New England Indians
  • Kanawah Valley
  • Tombstone Photos
  • Creating a layered background
  • Page 1
  • Cousin Lavinia Parker married an indian
  • Grandma Alice McClain Carter holding a pig
  • Uncle Lucius Powhatan Little
  • Cochran Family Album
  • Frankie and Freelon pictures
  • Frankie's indian ancestral search by his cousin Laura Little
  • Frankie's grandfather Ben
  • Frankie's grandfather Ben
  • Alabama Cemetery Photos
  • Uncle John Handley
  • Bozeman of NC in Am Rev War
  • My Cherokee Connections
  • Honoring the Old Ones
  • Brooks Genealogy
  • John Brooks
  • Andrew Cooper
  • Frankie Cochran
  • Brooks Intro
  • Brooks on Rootsweb
  • George Little had John and Jonas, Jonas had Hiram Lucius
  • Descendants of Nancy Ward - does she connect to us ?
  • Morgan County Indiana
  • Maxine
  • Korean Casualties- Freelon "Coonfield" Cochran
  • All Things Cherokee
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  • Annie Carter raised by the McClains
  • Alabama families
  • Graphics for your pages
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  • Background - log cabin
  • Grandpa Peter
  • Tribes in the News
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  • Our Bozeman Family Jewels
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  • Our Ancestors Roots
  • ......Mom
  • Cooper, Carter, Hood, Thornton, Partridge
  • .......Annie Lee
  • McClain Genealogy
  • Frankie's Genealogy
  • Photos
  • Reflections
  • Honoring the old ones
  • Our old alabama settlers
  • Minnie Lee Gibson
  • 1788 tombstone of Josiah McClain
  • Stone and Fenn Notes
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  • My Coonfield Family Photos
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  • Amazing Clock
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  • Remembering the Natives
  • . . . . . . . . . . . . Laura Little and Dorline Gray
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  • Grandpa Jonas Little in 1820 beside his siblings - had Hiram
  • Grandpa Elijah Lee, Charner Cooper, Alsey Cooper in 1850
  • Kentucky, Arkansas, Kansas and Alabama kin
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  • Lineage of Charles Wayne Brooks
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  • Mom's grandmother Annie Stone Fenn
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  • Charlie's great great grandpa Baxley
  • The Little family DNA project and Vikings
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