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Journal by Terazzah

I am interested in African American genealogy, Black Cemetery information in abalama, the family history and historic preservation of the twelve counties of Alabama\'s Black Belt Region--Bullock, Choctaw, Dallas, Greene, Hale, Lowndes, Macon, Marengo, Perry, Pickens, Sumter and Wilcox Counties of ALABAMA..Name of mother: Mary West Age: 18 at time of birth Birth Date: Jan 1882 Birthplace: Alabama Home in 1900: Orrville, Dallas, Alabama
[Dallas] Race (mulatto), negro.

Surnames: FLENNORY MOPPINS WATTS WEST WILLIAMS WYER
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by Terazzah Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2012-09-05 19:19:09

I are glad to have others assist me with our this research. Still it is difficult to find relatives. Our people were once known only by their first names or sold as property before 1865. My earliest memory was the story told of my great great grand mother. My grand mother told me of this young girl, age 12 who was freed in 1865. She was singled out by the plantation mid-husbandry, who wanted to marry her. She became the mother of 14 children including my great grandmother.

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by Blackalbo on 2012-10-29 22:15:50

Hello there my name is Carl. I came across this page on a google image search. I'm looking for more info on the Williams family from Hale county Al. My grandmother who looks like the lady on the far right twin sister name is Girtha Mae Williams born in 1929. Her father name is David and his father is Dallas Williams. Before I came across your posting I found the 1880 census on Dallas saying that he was mulatto. So I was wondering if the man in the picture is Dallas Jr. Born around 1895 and if you have anymore pictures or info on the Williams.

by Terazzah on 2012-10-30 16:53:47

We are a family of Williams; Photos are rare but I have names;
Lula Mae Williams,
Frozen Williams
Johnnie Lee Williams
Author Williams
Ella Mae Williams
Levi Williams
Gertrude Williams
Federal Census 1920 or 1940 Name: Julia William & Walter William

Lula Bell Williams
Relative Lula Bell age 36 (1940)
Husband Louis Fraizer age 39 (1940)father of Author J. Williams age 53
wife Mary ann age 53 son: J.L.AGE 19, KATIE AGE 17, ROBERT AGE 16, MATTIE LEE AGE 18.

HENRETT (mother of Lula Williams born approx.1886? and Mary (born 1883? to HENRIETTA (mother of Lula Williams)or spelled HENRETT ----
Lula is mother of 14 kids including Ella, Gertrude, Frozen, Levi, etc

Try Ancestor.com or death search
Sorry I couldn't help more..

Terazzah

by Terazzah on 2012-10-30 20:27:50

Oh, also my mother is mixed too. She also comes from the Williams too. But a different side of the Williams her mother died when she was only 8 yrs old. She was adopted by the Moppins..A family of preachers..I will post a photo of her mother;
ROSIE LEE WILLIAMS.

by Blackalbo on 2012-10-31 17:11:46

Do you know how old the photo you posted ? Do you know how the williams you listed are related to Dallas ? Thanks for the help.

by Terazzah on 2012-11-03 20:49:48

1880 Census: Dallas Co., AL with NC Origins

Search using... People: Origins: Place of Birth or the 1940 CENSUS

To find slave records, you first have to locate a landowner and a location (state, town and county). There usually are multiple landowners in any given county or townâso try to be as specific as possible. Really pay attention to the stories passed down by your family, a little detail may go a long way.
The actual records may not list the names of the slaves but they will list the landowner, value of property and number of slaves owned. They may also include a general description of the slave. Slaves were viewed as property so there is a big difference between what you would find in a slave record and a document from a later dateâsuch as a census. You can really see in the way slave records were kept that these slaves werenât thought of, and didnât count much other than the labor they could provideâtheir lives werenât worth recording.

Your area may have a historical society to research these records in, some public libraries also have genealogical databases to research in.


http://www.bbaaghs.org/
The Black Belt African American Genealogical & Historical Society, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and exchange of information and ideas among people interested in African American genealogy, family history and historic preservation in the twelve counties of Alabama's Black Belt Region--Bullock, Choctaw, Dallas, Greene, Hale, Lowndes, Macon, Marengo, Perry, Pickens, Sumter and Wilcox.


Hope this helps,
Terazzah

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