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51 REFERENCES: "FANNIN BIBLE," HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE GEORGIA
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, VOL. IV, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 1932;
FORT, KATE H., MEMOIRS OF THE FORT AND FANNIN FAMILIES, MACGOWAN AND
COOKE COUNTY, CHATANOOGA, TENNESSEE, 1903. 
FANNIN, MARTHA L. (I8735)
 
52 REFERENCES: "FANNIN BIBLE," HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE GEORGIA
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, VOL. IV, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 1932;
FORT, KATE H., MEMOIRS OF THE FORT AND FANNIN FAMILIES, MACGOWAN AND
COOKE COUNTY, CHATANOOGA, TENNESSEE, 1903. 
FANNIN, JAMES A. (I8738)
 
53 REFERENCES: "FANNIN BIBLE," HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE GEORGIA
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, VOL. IV, ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 1932;
FORT, KATE H., MEMOIRS OF THE FORT AND FANNIN FAMILIES, MACGOWAN AND
COOKE COUNTY, CHATANOOGA, TENNESSEE, 1903. 
FANNIN, BETSEY MINERVA (I8739)
 
54 REFERENCES: (1) THE MIZELL FAMILY -- MARY LOVE FLEMING (BRUNDIDGE,
ALA.), DANIEL BULLARD MIZELL (KAUFMAN, TEX.), W. R. MIZELL, (NEW
BURNSIDE, ILL.), W. H. MIZELL (ARKADELPHIA, ARK.); (2) THE HUGUENOT IN
FRANCE AFTER THE REVOLUTION -- SMILES; (3) NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL AND
GENEALOGICAL RECORD -- HATHAWAY; (4) GEORGIA'S LANDMARKS -- KNIGHT; (4A)
HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF GEORGIA -- WHITE; (5) HISTORY OF BROOKS COUNTY,
GEORGIA, 1858-1948 -- HUXFORD; (5A) THE COLONIAL RECORDS OF GEORGIA, VOL.
XII, -- CHANDLER; (6) THE LOST TRIBES OF NORTH CAROLINA -- WORTH S. RAY;
(7) THE STORY OF GEORGIA -- COOPER; (8) HISTORY OF OPELIKA FROM 1836-1900
-- WELDON; (9) LETTER FROM W. R. MIZELL, NEW BURNSIDE, ILLINOIS, WRITTEN
TO DANIEL B. MIZELL, KAUFMAN, TEXAS, DATED JANUARY 8, 1901; (10) MIZELL
GENEALOGY -- DANIEL BULLARD MIZELL (COPY OWNED BY MRS. D. FRED MCMULLEN,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, IN 1955); (11) OBITUARY WRITTEN BY HIS SON (COPY
PASTED IN THE AMOS BRYAN MIZELL BIBLE OWNED BY E. V. SMITH, AUBURN,
ALABAMA); (12) PERSONAL LETTER, DATED 8-25-1955, FROM AMOS MIZELL,
GRANDSON OF AMOS LOVE MIZELL; (13) PERSONAL LETTER DATED AUG. 1955, FROM
FRANCES O. FLEMING; (14) PERSONAL LETTER FROM MRS. W. L. FLEMING, 2002
STOKES LANE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 3, 1955; (15) DALE COUNTY AND
ITS PEOPLE -- MARY LOVE EDWARDS FLEMING (COPY OWNED BY MRS. EMIL WRIGHT,
AUBURN, ALABAMA).

ALTHOUGH THE CONTINUED USE OF BIBLICAL NAMES SUGGESTS THAT THE MIZELLS
HELD TO THE SPIRITUAL AND MORAL VALUES THAT PROMPTED THEIR HUGUENOT
ANCESTORS TO EMIGRATE FROM FRANCE, THIS IS THE FIRST GENERATION FOR WHOM
DENOMINATIONAL AFFILIATIONS ARE RECORDED. A GRANDSON, DANIEL BULLARD
MIZELL, WROTE THAT WILLIAM WAS AN EPISCOPALIAN AND MARY A BAPTIST AT THE
TIME OF THEIR MARRIAGE, BUT THAT THEY AFTERWARDS JOINED THE METHODIST
CHURCH. IT IS NOT SURPRISING THAT WILLIAM WAS AT FIRST AN EPISCOPALIAN.
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND WAS "THE CHURCH" OF COLONIAL NORTH CAROLINA TO
WHICH HIS ANCESTORS HAD IMMIGRATED AND IT WAS ALSO IMPORTANT IN THE EARLY
RELIGIOUS LIVE OF GEORGIA. THERE WAS A NEW EPISCOPAL CHURCH, KNOWN AS
ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, IN THE PARISH OF ST. GEORGE NEAR THE PRESENT TOWN OF
WAYNESBOROUGH WHEN THE MIZELLS ARRIVED. PERHAPS THEY AFFILIATED WITH
THIS CHURCH.

ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, LATER KNOWN AS OLD CHURCH, BECAME A METHODIST
CHURCH. METHODISM GAINED A FOOTHOLD IN AND AROUND SAVANNAH ABOUT 1807,
SHORTLY AFTER WILLIAM'S MARRIAGE. CONSIDERING THE MIZELL'S HUGUENOT
HERITAGE, IT IS NOT SURPRISING THAT WILLIAM AND GRIFFIN SHOULD HAVE BEEN
ATTRACTED BY THE LESS FORMAL RELIGION OF THE NEW DENOMINATION. FOR THE
SAME REASON, IT IS EASY TO UNDERSTAND WHY WILLIAM WOULD HAVE FOUND
EVANGELISM AMONG THE INDIANS TO HIS LIKING.

THE REVEREND WILLIAM AND FAMILY MOVED TO JONES COUNTY, PROBABLY IN
1809. TREATIES WITH THE INDIANS, THE PROSPECT FOR PROFITABLE COTTON
CULTURE IN THE NEW "WESTERN COTTON LANDS," AND THE PIONEER SPIRIT MAY HAVE
ALL CONTRIBUTED TO THE MIZELLS' DECISION TO MOVE.

JONES COUNTY WAS FORMED IN 1807 FROM A PART OF BALDWIN THAT WAS
FORMED IN 1803 FROM LANDS ACQUIRED BY TREATY WITH THE CREEK INDIANS.
WILLIAM SETTLED HERE ABOUT 1809 AND CONTINUED TO RESIDE IN THE COUNTY
UNTIL THE MIDDLE 1820'S.

HOUSTON COUNTY, GEORGIA WAS CREATED IN 1821 OUT OF LANDS ACQUIRED FROM
THE CREEKS UNDER THE FIRST TREATY OF INDIAN SPRINGS. AS CREATED, HOUSTON
INCLUDED LAND THAT LAY SOUTH OF JONES COUNTY. WILLIAM AND FAMILY MUST
HAVE MOVED INTO THE NEW TERRITORY SOON AFTER IT WAS ACQUIRED SINCE A
DAUGHTER, MARTHA, WAS BORN THERE IN 1829. AMOS LOVE MIZELL, MARRIED MARY
BRYAN IN THE SAME COUNTY IN 1834. (THE PLACE NAME "MIZELL" IN EASTERN
TAYLOR COUNTY, GEORGIA, ON MODERN MAPS MAY INTRIGUE THE IMAGINATION THE
THE REV. WILLIAM'S DESCENDANTS. TAYLOR WAS FORMED IN PART FROM MACON
COUNTY WICH IN TURN WAS FORMED IN PART FROM HOUSTON. WHITE, IN HIS
HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF GEORGIA, LISTS WILLIAM MEASLES AMONG THE FIRST
SETTLERS OF MACON COUNTY.

FAMILY TRADITION'S RECORD (1) THAT WILLIAM WAS A METHODIST MINISTER
AND A MISSIONARY TO THE INDIANS SUGGESTS THAT HIS WESTWARD MIGRATION WAS
MOTIVATED AS MUCH BY HIS MISSIONARY SPIRIT AS BY A HUNGER FOR NEW LAND.

CHRONOLOGICALLY, EACH WESTWARD MOVE FOUND HIM IN NEW TERRITORY SOON
AFTER IT WAS OPENED TO WHITES BY A TREATY WITH THE INDIANS. THE
TRADITIONAL RECORD (1) STATES THAT HE WAS BORN NEAR SAVANNAH [GEORGIA] AND
MOVED TO BULLOCH COUNTY (TRADITION FAILED TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE FACT
THAT THE PART OF HIS FATHER'S ORIGINAL GRANT THAT LAY SOUTH OF THE
OGEECHEE WAS IN TERRITORY THAT BECAME BULLOCH), THENCE TO JONES COUNTY,
THENCE TO HOUSTON COUNTY, GEORGIA, THENCE TO RUSSELL COUNTY, ALABAMA.

THE CONCLUSION OF THE TREATY WITH THE CREEK INDIANS WHICH OPENED
EAST CENTRAL ALABAMA TO THE WHITES WAS THE SIGNAL FOR ANOTHER WESTWARD
MOVE BY REVEREND WILLIAM AND HIS FAMILY. AMOS LOVE MIZELL AND HIS
BROTHER, THE REVEREND LUKE, WERE RECORDED IN THE "HISTORY OF OPELIKA" AS
BEING THE FIRST SETTLERS IN THE VICINITY OF WHAT IS NOW OPELIKA IN THE
THEN COUNTY OF RUSSELL. THIS HISTORY DOES NOT MENTION THE REVEREND
WILLIAM BUT THERE IS GOOD REASON TO BELIEVE THAT THE RECORDS REFERRING TO
THE REVEREND LUKE SHOULD HAVE REFERRED TO HIS FATHER, THE REVEREND
WILLIAM. A GRANDSON, DANIEL BULLARD MIZELL, WROTE THAT WILLIAM AND MARY
MIZELL AND ALL THEIR CHILDREN EXCEPT LUKE AND WILLIAM MOVED TO ALABAMA
AND SETTLED AT OR NEAR WHERE OPELIKA IS SITUATED IN THE YEAR 1838 (THE
DATE ACTUALLY WAS THREE OR FOUR YEARS EARLIER.

A GRANDDAUGHTER, MARY LOVE EDWARDS FLEMING, GAVE A GOOD ACCOUNT OF
THE REVEREND WILLIAM'S RELATIONS WITH THE INDIANS IN RUSSELL COUNTY. "MY
MIZELL AND EDWARDS GRANDPARENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES WERE LIVING IN RUSSELL
COUNTY AT THE TIME OF THE INDIAN WAR IN 1836. ONE OF MY UNCLES, WILLIAM
WILLIAMS, NEARLY ALWAYS HAD SEVERAL INDIANS WORKING FOR HIM. THESE
INDIANS LIKED HIM AND HIS FAMILY AND WHEN THEY KNEW THAT THERE WAS GOING
TO BE WAR WITH THE WHITES, THEY WARNED MY UNCLE AND TOLD HIM THAT HE AND
HIS PEOPLE HAD BETTER LEAVE THE COUNTRY.

GRANDFATHER MIZELL WAS A LOCAL METHODIST MINISTER AND MISSIONARY TO
THE INDIANS. THE INDIANS HAD GREAT RESPECT AND REVERENCE FOR HIM; THEY
HAD THE UTMOST CONFIDENCE IN WHAT HE TOLD THEM, AND OFTEN WENT TO HIM FOR
ADVICE AND COUNSEL. THEY TOLD HIM THAT THEY DID NOT WANT HIM OR HIS
FAMILY EVER TO BE HURT BY THEIR PEOPLE. SO, ON THE EVE OF WAR THEY
WARNED HIM TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY, AND MY GRANDFATHER MIZELL WITH UNCLE
WILLIAM WILLIAMS AND OTHER WHITE SETTLERS TOOK THEIR FAMILIES IN WAGONS
TO THEIR RELATIVES IN GEORGIA. SOME OF THEIR PROPERTY THEY TOOK WITH
THEM, BUT MUCH OF IT WAS LEFT AT THEIR HOMES. WHEN THEY RETURNED AFTER
ALL DANGER WAS PASSED, MUCH OF THEIR PROPERTY HAD BEEN DESTROYED AND SOME
OF THEIR HOUSES BURNED. BUT THE INDIANS HAD HARMED NOTHING AT
GRANDFATHER MIZELL'S PLACE. THEY SAID THAT GRANDFATHER WAS A GOOD MAN,
AND THAT THEY WERE AFRAID THE GREAT SPIRIT WOULD BE ANGRY WITH THEM IF
THEY DESTROYED ANYTHING BELONGING TO HIM.

THE REVEREND WILLIAM'S LAST MOVE WAS TO DALE COUNTY WHEN HE
ACCOMPANIED HIS SON, AMOS LOVE, AND OTHER CHILDREN THERE IN 1846. HE
DIED IN DALE COUNTY ON 7 MARCH 1857, AND WAS BURIED AT OLD PLEASANT HILL
CHURCH.

DANIEL BULLARD MIZELL LATER WROTE THAT HE ONLY REMEMBERED HIS
GRANDFATHER AT THE TIME OF HIS DEATH WHEN HE CALLED HIS GRANDCHILDREN TO
HIS BEDSIDE TO GIVE THEM HIS FAREWELL BLESSING. HE SAID THAT HE DIDN'T
REMEMBER WHAT HE SAID TO THE GRANDCHILDREN BUT TO HIS SON HE SAID, "AMOS,
I'LL BE LOOKING OVER THE BATTLEMENTS OF HEAVEN FOR YOU." 
MIZELL, WILLIAM REV. (I1406)
 
55 REFERENCES: (1) THE MIZELL FAMILY -- MARY LOVE FLEMING (BRUNDIDGE,
ALA.), DANIEL BULLARD MIZELL (KAUFMAN, TEX.), W. R. MIZELL, (NEW
BURNSIDE, ILL.), W. H. MIZELL (ARKADELPHIA, ARK.); (2) THE HUGUENOT IN
FRANCE AFTER THE REVOLUTION -- SMILES; (3) NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL AND
GENEALOGICAL RECORD -- HATHAWAY; (4) GEORGIA'S LANDMARKS -- KNIGHT; (4A)
HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF GEORGIA -- WHITE; (5) HISTORY OF BROOKS COUNTY,
GEORGIA, 1858-1948 -- HUXFORD; (5A) THE COLONIAL RECORDS OF GEORGIA, VOL.
XII, -- CHANDLER; (6) THE LOST TRIBES OF NORTH CAROLINA -- WORTH S. RAY;
(7) THE STORY OF GEORGIA -- COOPER; (8) HISTORY OF OPELIKA FROM 1836-1900
-- WELDON; (9) LETTER FROM W. R. MIZELL, NEW BURNSIDE, ILLINOIS, WRITTEN
TO DANIEL B. MIZELL, KAUFMAN, TEXAS, UNDER DATE OF JANUARY 8, 1901; (10)
MIZELL GENEALOGY -- DANIEL BULLARD MIZELL (COPY OWNED BY MRS. D. FRED
MCMULLEN, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, IN 1955); (11) OBITUARY WRITTEN BY HIS
SON (COPY PASTED IN THE AMOS BRYAN MIZELL BIBLE OWNED BY E. V. SMITH,
AUBURN, ALABAMA); (12) PERSONAL LETTER DATED 8-25-[19]55 FROM AMOS
MIZELL, GRANDSON OF AMOS LOVE MIZELL; (13) PERSONAL LETTER DATED AUG.
1955, FROM FRANCES O. FLEMING; (14) PERSONAL LETTER FROM MRS. W. L.
FLEMING, 2002 STOKES LANE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 3, 1955; (15)
DALE COUNTY AND ITS PEOPLE -- MARY LOVE EDWARDS FLEMING (COPY OWNED BY
MRS. EMIL WRIGHT, AUBURN, ALABAMA, 1956).

NARRATIVE FROM THE WILLIAM MOSELLE RESEARCH:

FAMILY TRADITION TELLS THAT THREE BROTHERS OF HUGUENOT FAITH CAME
FROM NEAR THE MOZELLE RIVER IN FRANCE AND SETTLED IN NORTH CAROLINA (1),
BECOMING THE FOUNDERS OF THE MIZELL FAMILY IN AMERICA. THEIR
IDENTIFICATION AS HUGUENOTS GIVES A CLUE AS TO WHY THEY EMIGRATED AND
HELPS TO EXPLAIN THE CHARACTER OF THE FAMILY AS IT GREW IN THIS COUNTRY.

THE HUGUENOTS WERE THE PROTESTANTS OF FRANCE DURING THE 16TH AND
17TH CENTURIES. AS SUCH, THEY CAME INTO RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL CONFLICT
WITH THE ROMAN CATHOLICS. THEIR FORTUNES WAXED AND WANED UNTIL THE REIGN
OF KING LOUIS XIV. THIS MONARCH PERSECUTED THEM MERCILESSLY.

ON AUGUST 8, 1685 LOUIS REVOKED THE EDICT OF NANTES--A COVENANT THAT
HAD GUARANTEED THE HUGUENOTS CERTAIN RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL RIGHTS.
FINDING LIFE INTOLERABLE UNDER HIS PERSECUTION AND DENIAL OF RELIGIOUS
FREEDOM, HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS FLED TO OTHER COUNTRIES, INCLUDING THE
ENGLISH COLONIES OF AMERICA. "WHATEVER MAY HAVE BEEN THE TEMPER WHICH
THE HUGUENOTS DISPLAYED WHEN THEY WERE DRIVEN FROM FRANCE BY PERSECUTION,
THEY CERTAINLY CARRIED WITH THEM SOMETHING MORE VALUABLE THAN RAGE. THEY
CARRIED WITH THEM VIRTUE, PIETY, INDUSTRY AND VALOR, WHICH PROVED THE
SOUCE OF WEALTH, SPIRIT, FREEDOM, AND CHARACTER IN ALL THOSE
COUNTRIES--HOLLAND, PRUSSIA, ENGLAND, AND AMERICA--IN WHICH THE NOBLE
EXILES TOOK REFUGE."

IT IS SAID THAT FRENCH ANCESTORS SPELLED THEIR NAME MOSELLE, THE
SAME AS THE RIVER IN WHOSE VALLEY THEY LIVED. SOME OF THE MIZELLS CAME
FROM THE ALSACE-LORRAINE AREA ON THE MOSELLE RIVER. IT IS ALSO SAID THAT
THE MIZELL ANCESTORS WERE WOOLEN MILL WORKERS, AND IT SUGGESTS THAT
THEY BELONGED TO THE MILITANT HUGUENOT FAMILY WHO SPELLED THEIR NAME
MAZEL. ABRAHAM MAZEL WAS A WOOL CARDER BY TRADE, A HUGUENOT PREACHER,
AND A LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION AFTER THE REVOCATION. "THE TRIBE OF MAZEL
ABOUNDED IN THE CEVENNES AND THEY HAD ALREADY GIVEN MANY MARTYRS TO THE
CAUSE. SOME EMIGRATED TO AMERICA; SOME WERE SENT TO THE GALLEYS; OLIVER
MAZEL THE PREACHER, WAS HANGED IN MONTPELIER IN 1690; JACQUES MAZEL WAS A
REFUGEE IN LONDON IN 1701, AND IN ALL THE CEVENNES, THERE WERE MAZELS
LEADING AS WELL AS FOLLOWING." (2)

THERE IS A QUESTION AS TO WHEN THE FIRST OF THE MIZELLS CAME TO
AMERICA AND AS TO WHERE HE/THEY LANDED. ACCORDING TO FAMILY TRADITION
(1), THE FIRST WERE THREE BROTHERS. ONE DESCENDANT (OF DAVID) WROTE IN A
TAMPA, FLORIDA NEWSPAPER, THAT THEY LANDED AT CHARLESTON AND SETTLED
FIRST ON THE EASTERN SHORE OF NORTH CAROLINA. TRADITION RELATED THAT
THOMAS SETLED IN MARTIN COUNTY AND JOSHUA AND THE OTHER BROTHER IN BERTIE
COUNTY (THE MIZELLS MAY HAVE SETTLED IN TERRITORY THAT LATER BECAME
MARTIN AND BERTIE COUNTIES BUT THEY MUST HAVE ARRIVED ABOUT 100 YEARS
BEFORE MARTIN WAS FORMED AND POSSIBLY A THIRD OF A CENTURY BEFORE BERTIE
PRECINCT. ALBEMARLE SOUND AND THE ROANOKE RIVER WOULD HAVE PROVIDED A
CONVENIENT MEANS OF REACHING THOSE PRIMITIVE TERRITORIES).

E. RUSS WILLIAMS, JR. OF BOGALUSA, LA., ANOTHER DESCENDANT WHO HAS
DONE ORIGINAL RESEARCH, STATE THAT LUKE MISELL WAS BROUGHT TO THE
JAMESTOWN COLONY IN 1638 BY SIR THOMAS GREY AS AN "INDENTURED SERVANT."
HE MARRIED DEBORAH (PROBABLY A LAWRENCE) AND HAD TWO SONS, LUKE AND
LAWRENCE. LUKE II MARRIED ELIZABETH AND LEFT A MINOR SON, LUKE III WHEN
HE DIED AT AN EARLY AGE IN 1694. HE ALSO MENTIONED TWO DAUGHTERS, SARAH
AND ELIZABETH. HIS WAS A NUNCUPATIVE WILL AND PROBABLY DID NOT MENTION
ALL OF HIS FAMILY; TWO OTHER SONS WILLIAM AND JOHN PROBABLY EXISTED. ALL
OF THE FAMILY LEFT VIRGINIA AND WENT INTO THE WILDS OF NORTH CAROLINA.

IRRESPECTIVE OF WHERE OR WHEN THE MIZELLS LANDED, THEY WERE AMONG
THE EARLY SETTLERS OF OLD ALBEMARLE.

THE SPELLING OF THE NAME MIZELL IS MANY AND VARIED. IN THE PAST IT
HAS BEEN SPELLED MOSELLE, MAZEL, MISELL, MEASLE, MEAZLE, MEZELL.

IN AMERICA, THE NAME WAS AT FIRST PRONOUNCED AS ONE SYLLABLE AND AS
IF SPELLED "MEASLE" (1). ACTUALLY, THE NAMES OF TWO MEMBERS OF THE FIRST
RECORDED NORTH CAROLINA GENERATION WERE OFTEN SPELLED "MEAZLE," (3) AND
THIS SPELLING APPEARED SPORADICALLY DURING THE 18TH CENTURY. IT WAS ALSO
SPELLED "MEZELL" AT TIMES. THE MODERN SPELLING "MIZELL" APPEARED AT
LEAST AS EARLY AS 1716. FAMILY TRADITION HAS IT THAT ALL KNOWN
DESCENDANTS WERE PRONOUNCING THE NAME AS A TWO-SYLLABLE WORD WITH A LONG
"I" AND THE ACCENT ON THE SECOND SYLLABLE BY 1850.

NARRATIVE FROM THE DAVID MOSELLE RESEARCH:

"THE PROGENITORS OF THE MIZELL FAMILY IN THE UNITED
STATES WERE THREE FRENCH HUGUENOT BROTHERS WHO CAME TO THIS COUNTRY PRIOR
TO THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, LANDING AT CHARLESTON, AND SETTLING FIRST ON
THE EASTERN SHORE OF NORTH CAROLINA. THE WAS THEN SPELLED MOSELLE, THE
SAME SPELLING AS A RIVER IN FRANCE. IT IS BELIEVED THAT THE ORIGINAL
THREE MEN WERE NAMED WILLIAM, LUKE AND DAVID."

APPARENTLY, THE WILLIAM BRANCH LATER WENT TO SOUTH GEORGIA. 
MOSELLE, WILLIAM (I1412)
 
56 REFERENCES: (1) THE MIZELL FAMILY -- MARY LOVE FLEMING (BRUNDIDGE,
ALA.), DANNIEL BULLARD MIZELL (KAUFMAN, TEX.), W. R. MIZELL, (NEW
BURNSIDE, ILL.), W. H. MIZELL (ARKADELPHIA, ARK.); (2) THE HUGUENOT IN
FRANCE AFTER THE REVOLUTION -- SMILES; (3) NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL AND
GENEALOGICAL RECORD -- HATAWAY; (4) GEORGIA'S LANDMARKS -- KNIGHT; (5)
HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF GEORGIA -- WHITE; (6) HISTORY OF BROOKS COUNTY,
GEORGIA, 1858-1948 -- HUXRFORD; (7) THE COLONIAL RECORDS OF GEORGIA, VOL.
XII, --CHANDLER; (8) THE LOST TRIBES OF NORTH CAROLINA -- WORTH S. RAY;
(9) THE STORY OF GEORGIA -- COOPER; (10) HISTORY OF OPELIKA FROM
1836-1900 --WELDON; (11) LETTER FROM W. R. MIZELL, NEW BURNSIDE,
ILLINOIS, WRITTEN TO DANIEL B. MIZELL, KAUFMAN, TEXAS, DATED JANUARY 8,
1901; (12) MIZELL GENEALOGY -- DANIEL BULLARD MIZELL. COPY OWNED BY MRS.
D. FRED MCMULLEN, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, IN 1955; (13) OBITUARY WRITTEN BY
HIS SON, COPY POSTED IN THE AMOS BRYAN MIZELL BIBLE OWNED BY E. V. SMITH,
ALABAMA; (14) PERSONAL LETTER, DATED 8-25-1955 FROM AMOS MIZELL, GRANDSON
OF AMOS LOVE MIZELL; (15) PERSONAL LETTER, DATED AUG. 1955, FROM FRANCES
O. FLEMING; (16) PERSONAL LETTER FROM MR. W. L. FLEMING, 2002 STOKES
LANE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 3, 1955; (17) DALE COUNTY AND ITS
PEOPLE -- MARY LOVE EDWARDS FLEMING (COPY OWNED BY MRS. EMIL WRIGHT,
AUBURN, ALABAMA, 1956.

A METHODIST MINISTER, HE WAS LIVING IN POWDER SPRINGS, GEORGIA IN
1873.

THE REVEREND LUKE MIZELL AND HIS BROTHER, AMOS LOVE MIZELL, WERE
RECORDED IN THE "HISTORY OF OPELIKA" AS BEING THE FIRST SETTLERS IN THE
VICINITY OF WHAT IS NOW OPELIKA IN THE THEN COUNTY OF RUSSELL. 
MIZELL, LUKE THOMAS REV. (I8611)
 
57 REFERENCES: (A) THE GENEALOGY OF ONE SMITH FAMILY, BY DR. E. V.
SMITH, AUBURN, ALABAMA, 1960, WHICH INCLUDES INFORMATION ON SMITH, COXES,
MIZELLS, LOVES, BRYANS, CRITTENDENS, MAHONES, FLOURNOYS, MARSHALLS. (B)
OTHER INFORMATION WAS TAKEN FROM THE ALABAMA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY,
SPRING ISSUE 1957, VOL. 19, NO. 1, "DALE COUNTY AND ITS PEOPLE DURING THE
CIVIL WAR," (REMINISCENCES OF MARY LOVE EDWARDS FLEMING) [SEE 15]; (1)
THE MIZELL FAMILY -- MARY LOVE FLEMING (BRUNDIDGE, ALA.), DANIEL BULLARD
MIZELL (KAUFMAN, TEX.), W. R. MIZELL, (NEW BURNSIDE, ILL.), W. H. MIZELL
(ARKADELPHIA, ARK.); (2) THE HUGUENOT IN FRANCE AFTER THE REVOLUTION --
SMILES; (3) NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL RECORD -- HATAWAY;
(4) GEORGIA'S LANDMARKS -- KNIGHT; (4A) HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF GEORGIA
-- WHITE; (5) HISTORY OF BROOKS COUNTY, GEORGIA, 1858-1948 -- HUXFORD;
(5A) THE COLONIAL RECORDS OF GEORGIA, VOL. XII, -- CHANDLER; (6) THE LOST
TRIBES OF NORTH CAROLINA -- WORTH S. RAY; (7) THE STORY OF GEORGIA --
COOPER; (8) HISTORY OF OPELIKA FROM 1836-1900 -- WELDON; (9) LETTER FROM
W. R. MIZELL, NEW BURNSIDE, ILLINOIS, WRITTEN TO DANIEL B. MIZELL,
KAUFMAN, TEXAS, UNDER DATE OF JANUARY 8, 1901; (10) MIZELL GENEALOGY --
DANIEL BULLARD MIZELL (COPY OWNED BY MRS. D. FRED MCMULLEN, TALLAHASSEE,
FLORIDA, IN 1955); (11) OBITUARY WRITTEN BY HIS SON (COPY PASTED IN THE
AMOS BRYAN MIZELL BIBLE OWNED BY E. V. SMITH, AUBURN, ALABAMA; (12)
PERSONAL LETTER DATED 8-25-[19]55 FROM AMOS MIZELL, GRANDSON OF AMOS LOVE
MIZELL; (13) PERSONAL LETTER DATED AUG. 1955, FROM FRANCES O. FLEMING;
(14) PERSONAL LETTER FROM MRS. W. L. FLEMING, 2002 STOKES LANE,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 3, 1955; (15) SEE (B) ABOVE.

THIS TRADITIONAL RECORD APPEARS TO HAVE LOST A GENERATION BUT
OTHERWISE TO HAVE BEEN FAIRLY ACCURATE. WILLIAM, WHO MARRIED SUSANNAH,
(1) WAS CONSIDERED TO HAVE BEEN THE SON OF THOMAS AND THE FATHER OF THE
REV. WILLIAM (b. 1781). KADAR OR CEDAR (9.1) WAS CONSIDERED TO HAVE BEEN
THE SON OF JOSHUA AND WAS KNOWN TO HAVE DIED ABOUT 1825. THE DOCUMENTED
RECORD OF LUKE IN 1702 AND THE ASSUMPTION THAT THE IMMIGRANTS MUST HAVE
ARRIVED SOME YEARS EARLIER POINT TO THE "LOST GENERATION" SUPPOSITION.
THIS IS SUBSTANTIATED BY HISTORY (5) WHICH RECORDS AN INTERVENING WILLIAM
BETWEEN THE FIRST WILLIAM (WHO WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN THE SON OF
THOMAS) AND THE REV. WILLIAM.

FROM THE RECORD OF NORTH CAROLINA BY CLARK, IT IS LEARNED THAT 50
ACRES OF LAND ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE ROANOKE RIVER BELONGING TO LUKE
MIZELL AND WILLIAM MACKAY, WERE LAID OFF FOR A TOWN WHICH, "SHALL BE
CALLED BY THE SAME NAME OF JAMES TOWN." THE BILL FOR ERECTING A TOWN ON
THE LAND OF LUKE AND WILLIAM MACKAY, IN THE MARTIN COUNTY, PASSED ON
DECEMBER 29, 1785.

"ON MARCH 2, 1773, WILLIAM MIZELL RECEIVED A LAND GRANT IN SCREVEN
COUNTY, GA., FROM KING GEORGE III. FROM PIONEERS OF WIREGRASS
GEORGIA, VOL. III, BY FOLKE HUXFORD, PAGE 210

WILLIAM II RECEIVED A LAND GRANT FOR 300 ACRES IN THE PARISH OF ST.
PHILIP (5). THE GRANT, ISSUED TO WILLIAM MEZELL UNDER DATE OF MARCH 2,
1773, WAS SIGNED BY THE ROYAL GOVERNOR, JAMES WRIGHT, IN THE NAME OF KING
GEORGE THE THIRD [OF ENGLAND]. HE AND HIS FIRST WIFE AND CHILDREN MOVED TO
GEORGIA ABOUT 1771 AS INDICATED BY TWO RECORDS IN THE HOUSE JOURNAL THAT
YEAR (5). THE ENTRIES WERE: RESOLVED THAT ON CONDITION AND PRAYER OF THE
SAID PETITION IS GRANTED--"READ A PETITION OF WILLIAM MEZELL SETTING
FORTH THAT HE HAD BEEN SOME TIME IN THE PROVINCE WITH HIS FAMILY
CONSISTING OF A WIFE, FIVE CHILDREN, AND ONE NEGRO BUT HAD NOT HAD ANY LAND
GRANTED HIM. THEREFORE PRAYING FOR 300 ACRES OF LAND JOINING LAND ORDERED
ONE CHEVERS IN ST. PHILIP'S PARISH." AND LATER THE SAME YEAR, "READ A
PETITION OF WILLIAM MEZELL SETTING FORTH THAT HE HAD BEEN SOME TIME
RESIDENT IN THE PROVINCE AND HAD HAD 300 ACRES OF LAND GRANTED HIM ON HIS
FAMILY RIGHT AND HAD TWO CHILDREN AND ONE NEGRO BUT HAD NOT HAD ANY LAND
GRANTED HIM. THEREFORE PRAYING FOR 150 ACRES OF LAND NEAR HORSE CREEK IN
ST. GEORGE'S PARISH.

THE LAND MENTIONED IN THE FIRST JOURNAL ENTRY MUST HAVE BEEN THAT
GRANTED BY KING GEORGE IN 1773. AS THE COUNTRY DEVELOPED, THIS LAND WAS
SUCCESSIVELY IN ST. PHILIP'S PARISH AND EFFINGHAM AND SCREVEN COUNTIES.
THE ST. GEORGE PARISH GRANT APPARENTLY WAS LATER IN BURKE AND THEN
SCREVEN COUNTY. THE PART OF THE MIZELL GRANTS LYING SOUTH OF OGEECHEE
RIVER WAS ULTIMATELY IN BULLOCH, AND WILLIAM WAS RECORDED AS A FIRST
SETTLER OF THE COUNTY (4).

"AMOUNT THE NOTABLES IN EARLY GEORGIA HISTORY (IN EFFINGHAM COUNTY,
ONE OF THE ORIGINAL EIGHT COUNTIES IN THAT STATE FROM 1775 TO 1788 WERE
WILLIAM, LUKE, AND DAVID MIZELL."

*IN A LETTER TO FRANK MIZELL DATED SEPT. 6, 1957, JUDGE FOLKS HUXFORD
OF HOMERVILLE, GA., WROTE, "I PLACE THE TIME OF BIRTH OF THE SECOND
WILLIAM MIZELL AROUND 1730; HE MARRIED SUSANNAH THOMPSON OF TYRELL
CO., N. C." (JUDGE HUXFORD IS AN AMATEUR GENEALOSIST OF NOTE.)

THERE ARE TWO RECORDS OF WILLIAM'S CHILDREN. ONE RECORD (1) WAS
HANDED DOWN BY THE DESCENDANTS OF ONE OF HIS SONS, AND THE OTHER (5)
APPARENTLY BY THOSE OF ANOTHER. ALTHOUGH EACH ACCOUNT CONTAINS SOME
APPARENT ERRORS, THEY HAVE ENOUGH POINTS IN COMMON TO PROVIDE A FAIRLY
ACCURATE RECORD. ACCORDING TO ONE ACCOUNT (1), HIS CHILDREN WERE:

WILLIAM, [BORN] 1781
SUSANNAH, MARRIED A FLETCHER, LIVED AND DIED NEAR TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
GRIFFIN, BORN NEAR SAVANNAH AND DIED IN TELFAIR COUNTY, GEORGIA.

ACCORDING TO THE OTHER RECORD (5), HIS CHILDREN WERE:

LUKE, b. 1757, m PATIENCE, d. 1827
SARAH, b. 1760, m DAVID HENDRIX, d. 1807
SUSANNAH, b. 1763, m JOHN FLETCHER
GRIFFIN, b. 1767, m SUSANNAH CARTER
WILLIAM, b. 1770, m MARY OR POLLIE LOVE, OCT 27, 1802
WINNIE, b. 1777, m WILLIAM WILLIAMS, 1802

THE LATTER (5) APPEARS MORE ACCURATE IN MOST RESPECTS BUT THE BIRTH
DATE OF WILLIAM IS PROPERLY RECORDED IN THE FORMER (1), AS SUBSTANTIATED
BY THE INSCRIPTION ON HIS HEADSTONE. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT LUKE, SARAH,
GRIFFIN, AND SUSANNAH WERE FOUR OF THE FIVE CHILDREN WHO CAME FROM NORTH
CAROLINA WITH WILLIAM AND HIS FIRST WIFE, AND THAT WILLIAM AND WINNIE WERE
CHILDREN OF HIS SECOND WIFE, SUSANNAH; THE 10-YEAR INTERIM BETWEEN
GRIFFIN'S AND WINNIE'S REPORTED BIRTHDATES POINTS TO THIS PROBABILITY.

IN 1794 WILLIAM GAVE HIS LAND NORTH OF THE OGEECHEE RIVER TO GRIFFIN
AND THAT SOUTH OF THE RIVER TO WILLIAM. BOTH DEEDS OF GIFT ARE DATED
AUGUST 11, AND APPEAR ON RECORD IN SCREVEN COUNTY IN DEED BOOK "A" UNDER
DATE OF AUGUST 27. AFTER MOVING TO GEORGIA, WILLIAM SEEMS TO HAVE
REMAINED IN THAT STATE UNTIL HIS DEATH. IN 1808 HE SIGNED HIS NAME AS
WILLIAM MIZELL, SR., AS A WITNESS TO A DEED IN BULLOCH COUNTY.

THERE APPEAR TO BE NO RECORDS OF THE GEORGIA MIZELL'S ACTIVITIES
DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. APPARENTLY, THEY WERE NOMINALLY LOYAL TO
ENGLAND. AN ENTRY IN THE HOUSE JOURNAL DATED JULY 31, 1782, PROVES THAT
THEY DID NOT BELONG TO THE VICIOUS CLASS OF TORY WHO WARRED AGAINST THEIR
GEORGIA NEIGHBORS. THIS ENTRY (5b) WAS "A BILL FOR RESTORING CERTAIN
PERSONS HEREIN AFTER MENTIONED TO THE RIGHTS OF CITIZENSHIP WITHIN THIS
STATE." THE BILL PROPOSED TO DIVIDE 88 PERSONS, WHO HAD SURRENDERED
THEMSELVES TO A COL. JOHNSON, INTO TWO CLASSES. IN CLASS ONE WERE TO BE
PLACED 33 PERSONS WHO SHOULD BE RESTORED TO THE RIGHTS OF CITIZENSHIP ON
CONDITION THAT THEY FIND 3 RECRUITS AMONGST THEM, AND IN CLASS TWO WERE
TO BE PLACED 55 PERSONS WHO WERE TO BE PUT ON THE AMERCEMENT BILL. IN THE
GROUP TO WHOM CITIZENSHIP WAS TO BE RESTORED WERE WILLIAM, DAVID, JAMES,
LUKE, AND JOHN MEAZLE AND CHARLTON MEAZLE. FURTHER EVIDENCE THAT THE
MIZELLS HAD NOT BEEN "BAD" TORIES IS FOUND IN THE FACT THAT LUKE MEAZELS
QUALIFIED FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE HOUSE AND WAS SEATED JANUARY 8, 1784,
WHILE DAVID MEAZEL WAS APPOINTED A JUSTICE FOR THE COUNTY OF EFFINGHAM
THE SAME YEAR (5b).

LEST ANY DESCENDANT JUDGE THEM TOO HARSHLY, IT SHOULD BE REMEMBERED
THAT GEORGIA "WAS THE LAST OF THE ORIGINAL 13 COLONIES TO LOWER THE ENGLISH
FLAG--WAS THE YOUNGEST MEMBER OF THE SISTERHOOD--WAS IN NEED OF THE
MOTHER COUNTRY'S PROTECTION AGAINST THREATENED TROUBLES WITH THE
INDIANS--POSSESSED AN EXCELLENT CHIEF MAGISTRATE IN GOVERNOR WRIGHT--.
IN PROPORTION TO THE POPULATION, THERE WERE MORE TORIES IN GEORGIA THAN
IN ANY OTHER STATE." (4). FURTHERMORE, THE MIZELLS LIVED IN RURAL
TERRITORY RATHER THAN IN TRADE AND SHIPPING CENTERS LIKE SAVANNAH AND
AUGUSTA. IN 1774 THEIR NEIGHBORS IN THE PARISH OF ST. GEORGE DREW UP A
DISSENT TO THE RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED IN SAVANNAH ON AUGUST 10 WHICH THEY
THOUGHT REFLECTED IMPROPERLY ON "OUR" KING (4a).

IT SHOULD ALSO BE REMEMBERED THAT WILLIAM AND POSSIBLY OTHER MEMBERS
OF THE FAMILY HAD RECEIVED LAND GRANTS FROM KING GEORGE SHORTLY BEFORE THE
OUTBREAK OF THE WAR. FINALLY, IT SHOULD BE REMEMBERED THAT THE BRITISH
WERE IN ALMOST COMPLETE CONTROL OF GEORGIA BY THE BEGINNING OF 1779 AND
THAT THE BRITISH COMMANDER PROMISED THAT THE PEOPLE WHO WOULD TAKE THE
OATH OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE KING WOULD NOT BE MOLESTED BUT THAT THOSE WHO
REFUSED WOULD BE DRIVEN FROM THE COLONY AND THEIR PROPERTY CONFISCATED (4).

HE PROBABLY HAD OTHER CHILDREN THAT DIED AND ARE NOT LISTED IN THE TWO
RECORDS HANDED DOWN BY HIS LIVING DESCENDANTS. 
MIZELL, WILLIAM II (I8631)
 
58 REFERENCES: (A) THE GENEALOGY OF ONE SMITH FAMILY, BY DR. E. V. SMITH,
AUBURN, ALABAMA, 1960, WHICH INCLUDES INFORMATION ON SMITHS, COXES,
MIZELLS, LOVES, BRYANS, CRITTENDENS, MAHONES, FLOURNOYS, MARSHALLS. (B)
OTHER INFORMATION WAS TAKEN FROM THE ALABAMA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY, SPRING
ISSUE 1957, VOL. 19, NO. 1, "DALE COUNTY AND ITS PEOPLE DURING THE CIVIL
WAR," (REMINISCENSCES OF MARY LOVE EDWARDS FLEMING); (1) THE MIZELL
FAMILY -- MARY LOVE FLEMING (BRUNDIDGE, ALA.), DANIEL BULLARD MIZELL
(KAUFMAN, TEX.), W. R. MIZELL, (NEW BURNSIDE, ILL.), W. H. MIZELL
(ARKADELPHIA, ARK.); (2) THE HUGUENOT IN FRANCE AFTER THE REVOLUTION --
SMILES;

THE FIRST REFERENCE TO WILLIAM WAS IN 1714 WHEN HIS NAME WAS SPELLED
MEAZLE, BUT IT WAS SPELLED MIZELL IN 1719.

THERE APPEARS TO BE NO COMPLETE RECORD OF THE CHILDREN OF WILLIAM. HE
WAS REPORTED TO HAVE BEEN THE FATHER OF WILLIAM, LUKE, AND JAMES (5), AND
POSSIBLY JOHN, WHO MOVED TO GEORGIA.

THEN IN 1714, WILLIAM (MEAZLE) BOUGHT 200 ACRES OF LAND ON THE NORTH
SIDE OF THE MORATUCK (ROANOKE) RIVER NEAR THE MOUTH OF THE O'POSSUM HILL
CREEK. EDWARD SMITHWICK WAS THE SELLER AND LUKE MEAZLE AND WILLIAM
CHARLTON WERE WITNESSES(3). THUS THE FIRST OR SECOND GENERATION OF
MIZELLS BECAME LANDOWNERS IN CHOWAN PRECINCT DURING THE EARLY PART OF THE
18TH CENTURY.

THE INTIMATE RELATIONSHIP OF LUKE AND WILLIAM SUGGESTS THAT THEY WERE
BROTHERS. (THIS SUGGESTION CORROBORATED BY RUSS WILLIAMS' RESEARCH.)
THEY WERE ASSOCIATED WITH MANY OF THE LEADING EARLY SETTLERS, SUCH AS THE
SMITHWICKS (WITH WHOM THEY INTERMARRIED), WHO HAD COME DOWN FROM
VIRGINIA. THEY MUST HAVE BEEN RESPECTED CITIZENS OF EARLY NORTH CAROLINA
FOR THEY WERE FREQUENTLY RECORDED AS WITNESSES TO DEEDS AND AS
ADMINISTRATIORS IN SETTLING ESTATES (6).

HIS DESCENDANTS MIGRATED TO GEORGIA, ALABAMA, FLORIDA, AND TEXAS. 
MIZELL, WILLIAM I (I8644)
 
59 REFERENCES: 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS MONTGOMERY COUNTY, ALABAMA. FANNIN, COLUMBU B. (I8774)
 
60 REFERENCES: 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, ALABAMA;
SMITH(2) [SEE REF: IN WILLIAM'S FILE NOTE] DOES NOT SHOW ROBERT H. AS ONE
OF JAMES FANNING AND MARGARET JANE JONES ELEVEN CHILDREN, (HE STATES THAT
THE FAMILY BIBLE SHOWED 11 CHILDREN.).

ACCORDING TO THE 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, ALABAMA, HE
WAS A FARMER. PHILLIP G. FANNEN , SON OF JAMES FANNING AND MARGARET JANE
JONES, AND BROTHER TO WILLIAM H. FANNING, IS SHOWN LIVING WITH ROBERT IN
THE CENSUS. THIS IMPLIES THAT HE IS PHILLIP'S BROTHER. HOWEVER, IT
SHOUD BE NOTED THAT THE CENSUS TAKER COULD HAVE VISITED WILLIAM H. FANNING
TWICE AT TWO DIFFERENT TIMES AND (A) MISUNDERSTOOD ROBERT FOR WILLIAM; OR
(B) ROBERT COULD BE WILLIAM'S NICKNAME. WILLIAM COULD OF HAD A DIFFERENT
BROTHER LIVING WITH HIM ON EACH OF THE CENSUS TAKER'S VISITS. ALSO, THERE
MIGHT HAVE BEEN MORE THAN ONE CENSUS TAKER VISITING WILLIAM. THE CENSUS
ALSO SHOWS MARY E., WHO WAS BORN ABOUT 1813 IN SOUTH CAROLINA, LIVING WITH
ROBERT, BUT THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORDS SHOWS WILLIAM H., HIS
BROTHER, MARRYING A MARY E. FANNIN. HOWEVER, THE CENSUS SHOWS A JANE E.,
WHO WAS BORN ABOUT 1816 IN SOUTH CAROLINA, LIVING WITH WILLIAM. 
FANNIN, ROBERT H. (I8760)
 
61 REFERENCES: AUSTIN, JEANETTE H., THE GEORGIANS, GENEALOGICAL
PUBLISHING CO., BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, 1984; "FANNIN BIBLE," HISTORICAL
COLLECTIONS OF THE GEORGIA DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, VOL. IV,
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 1932; INGMIRE, FRANCIS T., COLONIAL GEOGIA MARRIAGE
RECORDS FROM 1760-1810, N.P., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, 1985; NANCE, JOSEPH
M., "JAMES W. FANNIN," HEROES OF TEXAS, TEXIAN PRESS, WACO, TEXAS, 1966;
SMITH(2), CHARLES B., THE FANNIN-FANNING FAMILIES, EARLY SETTLERS OF
SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. 7,
NO. 2, TROY, ALABAMA, 1968.

ADAM G. SAFFOLD WAS NAMED GUARDIAN OF ELIZER ON 3 JAN 1825 IN MORGAN
COUNTY, GEORGIA.

REFERENCES: AUSTIN; FANNIN BIBLE; INGMIRE; NANCE; SMITH ON JAMES
FANNIN'S WILL. 
FANNIN, ELIZER (I8746)
 
62 REFERENCES: AUSTIN, JEANETTE H., THE GEORGIANS, GENEALOGICAL
PUBLISHING CO., BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, 1984; FANNIN BIBLE, HISTORICAL
COLLECTIONS OF THE GEORGIA DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, VOL. IV,
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 1932; INGMIRE, FRANCIS T., COLONIAL GEORGIA MARRIAGE
RECORDS FROM 1760-1810, N.P., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, 1985; NANCE, JOSEPH
M., "JAMES W. FANNIN", HEROES OF TEXAS, TEXIAN PRESS, WACO, TEXAS, 1966;
SMITH(2), CHARLES B., THE FANNIN-FANNING FAMILIES, EARLY SETTLERS OF
SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. 7,
NO. 2, TROY, ALABAMA, 1968. 
FANNIN, ISHAM DR. (I8458)
 
63 REFERENCES: CAUDLE(2), PRESTON M., UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH ON JAMES ERVIN
RUDD'S FAMILY, 2326 KENT COURT, WALDORF, MARYLAND, 20602-2212, 1968-76.

FARMER. HE IS BURIED IN THE NE CORNER OF SAND FLATS CEMETARY. HIS
GRAVE IS MARKED WITH A CIVAL WAR TOMBSTONE FOR HIS SERVICE IN THE
CONFEDERACY. BESIDE HIS GRAVE, THERE'S A TOMBSTONE FOR NANCY, HIS FIRST
WIFE, BUT SHE IS BURIED AT MT. BETHEL, IN PANOLA COUNTY, TEXAS.

HE WAS IN ALL THE MAJOR BATTLES UNTIL GETTYSBURG. BEFORE THAT BATTLE,
HE WENT HOME TO TAKE CARE OF HIS WIFE WHO HAD SMALL POX. SHE LIVED BUT HE
GOT IT TOO AND MISSED THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. THE POX PROBABLY SAVED HIS
LIFE. IN ONE OF THE BATTLES (PROBABLY THE BATTLE OF THE WILDERNESS) HE
MARCHED BY HIS DYING BROTHER, MARION, WHO FOUGHT FOR THE UNION. HE HAD
BEEN SHOT (IN THE HEAD, I THINK). HE STOPPED LONG ENOUGH TO PUT HIS
NECKERCHEF UNDER HIS BROTHER'S HEAD BEFORE MARCHING ON.

MY MOM TOLD ME THIS STORY WHEN I WAS IN THE FIFTH GRADE AND WAS
STUDYING ABOUT THE CIVIL WAR. SHE TOLD ME THAT HER GRANDFATHER FOUGHT ON
THE SIDE OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA AND THAT HIS BROTHER FOUGHT
FOR THE NORTH. IT TOUCHED MY SOUL VERY DEEPLY WHEN SHE TOLD IT. SEVERAL
MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY TOLD ME THE SAME STORY THUS CONFIRMING IT WITHOUT MY
PROMPTING.

SHE TOLD ME THAT AFTER THE WAR HER GRANDFATHER MOVED TO TEXAS. ONE
TIME HE CAME TO A BRIDGE AND THE OCCUPATION ARMY WAS TRYING TO CROSS IT
BEFORE HIM. HE GOT DOWN OUT OF THE WAGON, REACHED IN HIS BACK POCKET,
PULLED OUT A TWIST OF CHEWING TOBACCO, AND TOLD THEM "BY YASE I WAS ON THIS
BRIDGE FIRST, BACK OFF." THEY DID AND HE WENT ON HIS WAY.

WHEN HIS FIRST WIFE DIED, JAMES SENT FOR HER SISTER, SUSANNAH, TO HELP
HIM TAKE CARE OF THE KIDS. SHE CAME AND THEY WERE MARRIED BEFORE SHE
MOVED IN.

THE GRAVES IN HIS PLOT IN SAND FLATS CEMETARY ARE ARRANGED AS FOLLOWS:
JAMES ERVIN RUDD; VACANT GRAVE; MARKER FOR NANCY HIS FIRST WIFE BUT SHE
IS BURIED AT MT. BETHEL IN PANOLA COUNTY, TEXAS; LUNA GILLENTINE; ERVIN
GILLENTINE. GRANMA PLANTED AN EVERGREEN TREE AT THE HEAD OF HIS GRAVE.

MARRIAGE LICENSE
----------------

"J. E. RUDD TO SUSANAH S. WORNELL SS.: 'BE IT REMEMBERED, THAT ON' (IN
LARGE, BOLD, BLACK LETTERS) THIS 4TH DAY OF JULY A.D. 18'81' (TYPED OVER
'187..'), THE FOLLOWING MARRIAGE LICENSE WAS ISSUED, TO-WIT: 'TEXAS,
TO-WIT: PANOLA COUNTY, SS.' (IN LARGE, BOLD, BLACK LETTERS--LARGER THAN
'BE IT REMEMBERED, THAT ON') TO ALL WHO SHALL SEE THESE PRESENTS, GREETING:
KNOW YE, THAT ANY PERSON LEGALLY AUTHORIZED TO CELEBRATE THE RITES OF
MATRIMONY, IS HEREBY LICENSED TO JOIN IN MARRIAGE, AS HUSBAND AND WIFE,
J. E. RUDD AND SUSANAH S. WARNELL AND FOR SO DOING THIS SHALL BE HIS
SUFFICIENT AUTHORITY. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I, H. POLLARD, CLERK OF THE
PANOLA COUNTY COURT, HEREUNTO SUBSCRIBE MY NAME AND AFFIX THE SEAL OF
SAID COURT, THIS 4 DAY JULY A.D.1881, (L.S.), H. POLLARD, CLERK.

'TEXAS, TO-WIT; PANOLA COUNTY.' (IN LARGE, BOLD, BLACK LETTERING): THIS
CERTIFIES, THAT I JOINED IN MARRIAGE, AS HUSBAND AND WIFE, J. E. RUDD AND
SUSANAH S. WORNELL ON THE 4 DAY OF JULY A.D.1881, A.A. KING, M.G.
[MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL].

THE ABOVE CERTIFICATE MUST BE RETURNED TO THE CLERK'S OFFICE WITHIN SIXTY
DAYS, WITH THE BLANKS FILLED WITH THE NAMES AND DATES, AND SIGNED BY THE
PERSON SOLEMNIZING THE MARRIAGE."

"THE STATE OF TEXAS, COUNTY OF PANOLA: I, ROY CADENHEAD, JR., CLERK OF
COURT IN AND FOR PANOLA COUNTY, TEXAS, DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE
FOREGOING IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY OF THE ORIGINAL ON FILE IN THIS
OFFICE IN VOLUME: D, PAGE: 359, MARRIAGE RECORD FOR SAID COUNTY.
WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL THIS 16TH DAY OF OCT., A.D., 1969. ROY
CADENHEAD, JR., COUNTY CLERK, BY JENNIE BALLARD, DEPUTY."

NOTE: SUSANAH S. WARNELL'S SURNAME IS REALLY WORRELL (NOW PRONOUNCED
WORR'ELL TO DISTINGUISH IT). I GUESS THE DOUBLE R LOOKED LIKE AN N IS
WHY THE COUNTY CLERK SPELLED IT WARNELL. 
RUDD, JAMES ERVIN (I1133)
 
64 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MOORE, CATHY MARIE (I9070)
 
65 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TIDALE-JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH
DATA SAID TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER,
ALABAMA, 1993; 1850 PIKE COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORDS; 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF
COFFEE COUNTY, ALABAMA. 
FANNIN, MILLA ELLA (I8811)
 
66 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE & JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, N.D.; SMITH(2), CHARLES B., THE FANNIN-FANNING
FAMILIES, EARLY SETTLERS OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY
HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. 7, NO. 2, TROY, ALABAMA, 1968. 
FANNIN, DAVID [OR EDMUND] (I8477)
 
67 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE-JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH
DATA SAID TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER,
ALABAMA, 1993; IGI. 
FANNIN, MARTHA MARANDA (I8785)
 
68 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE-JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH
DATA SAID TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER,
ALABAMA, 1993; IGI; PRESCOTT, DAN, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH NOTES,
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA, 1988; RICHBURG, BYRON AND MARJORIE RICHBURG, TEN
GENERATIONS OF RICHBURGS IN AMERICA, NEOSHO, MISSOURI, 1978; PIKE COUNTY,
ALABAMA RECORDS; 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF COFFEE COUNTY, ALABAMA.

SHOWN AS SAMUEL M. IN THE 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS FOR PIKE COUNTY,
ALABAMA. 
RICHBORG, DANIEL M. (I8819)
 
69 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE-JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH
DATA SAID TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER,
ALABAMA, 1993; IGI; PRESCOTT, DAN, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH NOTES,
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA, 1988; RICHBURG, BYRON AND MARJORIE RICHBURG, TEN
GENERATIONS OF RICHBURGS IN AMERICA, NEOSHO, MISSOURI, 1978; PIKE COUNTY,
ALABAMA RECORDS; 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF COFFEE COUNTY, ALABAMA. 
RICHBOURG, WILLIAM MIDDLETON (I8815)
 
70 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE-JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH
DATA SAID TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER,
ALABAMA, 1993; IGI; PRESCOTT, DAN, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH NOTES,
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA, 1988; RICHBURG, BYRON AND MARJORIE RICHBURG, TEN
GENERATIONS OF RICHBURGS IN AMERICA, NEOSHO, MISSOURI, 1978; PIKE COUNTY,
ALABAMA RECORDS; 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF COFFEE COUNTY, ALABAMA. 
RICHBORG, SARAH M. (I8818)
 
71 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE-JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH
DATA SAID TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER,
ALABAMA, 1993; IGI; PRESCOTT, DAN, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH NOTES,
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA, 1988; RICHBURG; BYRON AND MARJORIE RICHBURG, TEN
GENERATIONS OF RICHBURGS IN AMERICA, NEOSHO, MISSOURI, 1978; PIKE COUNTY,
ALABAMA RECORDS; 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF COFFEE COUNTY, ALABAMA. 
RICHBORG, JOHN MANNING (I8817)
 
72 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE-JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH
DATA SAID TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER,
ALABAMA, 1993; PIKE COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORDS; 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF
COFFEE COUNTY, ALABAMA. 
FANNIN, MANDA M. (I8810)
 
73 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE-JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH
DATA SAID TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER,
ALABAMA, 1993; SMITH(2), CHARLES B., THE FANNIN-FANNING FAMILIES, EARLY
SETTLERS OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL
SOCIETY, VOL. 7, NO. 2, TROY, ALABAMA, 1968; PIKE COUNTY MARRIAGE
RECORDS; 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF COFFEE COUNTY, ALABAMA. 
FANNIN, MARY C. (I8802)
 
74 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE-JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH
DATA SAID TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER,
ALABAMA, 1993; SMITH(2), CHARLES B., THE FANNIN-FANNING FAMILIES, EARLY
SETTLERS OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL
SOCIETY, VOL. 7, NO. 2, TROY, ALABAMA, 1968; PIKE COUNTY MARRIAGE
RECORDS; 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF COFFEE, COUNTY, ALABAMA. 
FANNIN, MATILDA C. (I8804)
 
75 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE-JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPULISHED RESEARCH
DATA SAID TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER,
ALABAMA, 1993; SMITH(2), THE FANNIN-FANNING FAMILIES, EARLY SETTLERS OF
SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL. 7,
NO. 2, TROY, ALABAMA, 1968; PIKE COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORDS; 1850 FEDERAL
CENSUS OF COFFEE COUNTY, ALABAMA. 
FANNIN, T. J. (I8809)
 
76 REFERENCES: COMPTON, THOMAS H., A RECORD OF THE
BRUNSON-CAPPS-TISDALE=JOHNSON FAMILIES OF CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA, NO DATE; FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH
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ALABAMA, 1993; SMITH(2), CHARLES B., THE FANNIN-FANNING FAMILIES, EARLY
SETTLERS OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL
SOCIETY, VOL. 7, NO. 2, TROY, ALABAMA, 1968; PIKE COUNTY MARRIAGE
RECORDS; 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS OF COFFEE COUNTY, ALABAMA. 
FANNIN, SARAH (I8803)
 
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FORT, MINERVA (I8745)
 
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OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL.
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FANNIN, JOSEPH DECKER (I8457)
 
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OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL.
7, NO. 2, TROY, ALABAMA, 1968; WILL OF JAMES FANNIN. 
FANNIN, JOHN HUBBARD (I8459)
 
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OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL.
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FANNIN, WILLIAM Y. (I8456)
 
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FANNIN, ANN (I8454)
 
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FANNIN, ABRAHAM [ABSALOM] (I8733)
 
83 REFERENCES: FAMILY PUZZLERS, ARTICLE 9, ED. BY MARY B. WARREN,
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FANNIN, SARAH (I8455)
 
84 REFERENCES: FAMILY PUZZLERS, ARTICLE 9, ED. BY MARY B. WARREN,
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OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL.
7, NO. 2, TROY, ALABAMA, 1968; WILL OF JAMES FANNIN. 
FANNIN, ELIZABETH (I8462)
 
85 REFERENCES: FAMILY PUZZLERS, ARTICLE 9, ED. BY MARY B. WARREN,
DANIELSVILLE, GEORGIA, 1964; "FANNIN BIBLE," HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF
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LOUIS, MISSOURI, 1985; MCCALL, ETTIE T., ROSTER OF REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS
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1969; SMITH(2), CHARLES B., THE FANNIN-FANNING FAMILIES, EARLY SETTLERS
OF SOUTHEAST ALABAMA, PAPERS OF THE PIKE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, VOL.
7, NO. 2, TROY, ALABAMA, 1968; WILL OF JAMES FANNIN. 
MARTIN, CATHERINE (I8465)
 
86 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISED RESEARCH DATA SAID TO
BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
FANNIN, EVA MAE (I8980)
 
87 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESARCH DATA SAID TO
BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
FANNIN, LUTHER (I8985)
 
88 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
KILPATRICK, JOHN WILLIAM (I8874)
 
89 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
GREEN, BOB (I9043)
 
90 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
GREEN, BURTON (I9044)
 
91 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER , ALABAMA, 1993. 
FANNIN, MARY LAKIN (I8939)
 
92 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
FANNIN, MARGARET E. (I8705)
 
93 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
FANNIN, ELIZABETH M. (I8706)
 
94 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
FANNIN, MARTHA (I8707)
 
95 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
KEENER, CHARLES D. TOBIAS\ (I8713)
 
96 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
KEENER, CLODINE TOBIAS\ (I8714)
 
97 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
FANNIN, ELLEN (I8770)
 
98 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
FANNIN, LUCRESA CAROLINE (I8782)
 
99 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
FANNIN, DANIEL HURLONG (I8783)
 
100 REFERENCES: FANNIN, BILL AND PAULA, UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH DATA SAID
TO BE TAKEN FROM THE WORK OF JEWELL COGBURN RAISTY, RAMER, ALABAMA, 1993. 
FANNIN, JAMES R. ABRAHAM (I8790)
 

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