Descendants of
WILLIAM ARLEDGE
Of
Fairfield/Kershaw County, SC
(Dutchman’s Creek)
Part III

 
Son of John (b. 1706, son of William) and Elizabeth Thomas Arledge,
originally of Northumberland County, VA
 
 Return to Descendants of William Arledge of Kershaw Part I
Return to Descendants of William Arledge of Kershaw Part II



From the working family history files of
Pam Wilson of Cartersville, Georgia
 
NOTE: These files are necessarily incomplete and in a constant state of being updated, so please send updates, corrections, additions, comments and so on to me at wilsonpam@mindspring.com. Last updated July 2006. Specific dates of birth and marriage for living individuals or those born after 1925 have been manually removed.
 

63.  GEORGE HENRY OR XERXES9 ARLEDGE (CULLEN EARP (CAPT.)8, ELIJAH7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 06 Jul 1836 in Knoxville, GA (in Jeff. Co, FL by 1840, Monroe Co (Key West) 1850, 1860; officer in CSN Civil War; Savannah GA 1866-7; King Wm Co, VA in 1870; Galveston, TX by 1875 until at least 1883; HOH 1880), and died 16 Mar 1898 in Washington, DC [Bur. Rock Creek Cemetery as George H. Arledge, CSN]].  He married CAROLINE LITTLEPAGE Abt. 1867.  She was born 02 Jan 1843 in of Richmond, VA d/o Lewis Littlepage and Caroline Baker Ellett; HOH 1920, 1930 census Washington DC on Garfield St. from 1910s, and died 16 Nov 1937 in Washington, DC [Bur. Rock Creek Cemetery].
 

Notes for GEORGE HENRY OR XERXES ARLEDGE:
1860 census Key West, Monroe Co, FL
 
#470/461 John M. Bethel 36 Teacher of Family School $100 Bahamas
Methia Ann Bethel 20 Housekeeper Bahamas
Charles Antonio 24 Clerk SC
George H. Arledge 24 Clerk $1000 GA
 
1870 Mangohick Twp, King William Co, VA (same county as wife's parents, the Littlepages)
#267/267 Arledge, George H. 34 Farmer $2000 VA
Caroline 25 Keeping house VA
Virginia 2 VA
Emma 10/12 (born AUg) VA
Blake, Newton Farm laborer 22
 
1880 Galveston Co, TX
132/133 ARLEDGE, George 42 GA SC SC
Caroly 57(?) VA VA VA
V. L. (f) 12 GA
Emma 10 VA
Millie 5 TX
George 3 TX
Lewis L. 1 TX
Nora Williams, servant 42 B SC SC SC
 
From Library of Congress online (www.memory.loc.gov):
 
Library of Congress
Journals of the Confederate Congress
 
Dec 14 1863 p. 461
 
The following message was received from the President of the Confederate States, by Mr. Harrison, his Secretary:
 
Richmond, December 8, 1863.
 
To the Senate:
 
I nominate the persons named in the annexed letter of the Secretary of the Navy, agreeably to his recommendation.
 
JEFFERSON DAVIS.
 
Navy Department, Richmond, December 7, 1863.
 
The President.
 
Sir: I have the honor to recommend the following nominations for appointment in the Navy, under act of Congress approved
December 24, 1861:
 
     Lieutenants for the war.
     Edward C. Stiles, Missouri; John L. Phillips, Alabama; George H. Arledge, Florida; Maxwell T. Clarke, Virginia; John A. Payne, Alabama; Henry W. Ray, Louisiana; William E. Hudgins, Virginia; John F. Ramsay, England; Lewis R. Hill, Virginia; Edward J. Means, South Carolina; Henry Roberts, Virginia; Richard H. Gayle, Alabama; John Low, Georgia; Arthur Sinclair, jr., Virginia; William W. Roberts, North Carolina, vice Lieut. Thomas Arnold, resigned; Edgar A. Lambert, Virginia, vice Lieut. E. F. Gray, who has not accepted; Otey Bradford, Virginia, vice Lieut. Leon Smith, who has not accepted; Americus V. Wiatt, Virginia, vice Lieut. E. W. Fuller, deceased; Thomas L. Skinner, Virginia, vice Lieut. Marshall Brown, resigned.
 
Dec 29, 1863 Senate Page 495 | Page image
 
… Edward C. Stiles, John L. Phillips, George H. Arledge, Maxwell T. Clarke, John A. Payne, Henry W. Ray, William E. Hudgins, John F. Ramsay, Lewis R. Hill, Edward J. Means, Henry Roberts, Richard H. Gayle, John Low, Arthur Sinclair, jr., William W. Roberts, Edgar A. Lambert, Otey Bradford, Americus V. Wiatt, and Thomas L. Skinner, to be lieutenants for the war; … with the recommendation that all of said nominations be confirmed.
 
The Senate proceeded to consider said report; and in concurrence therewith, it was
 
Resolved, That the Senate advise and consent to their appointment, agreeably to the nomination of the President.
 
May 31, 1864 pp. 121-122
 
First lieutenants. (To rank from the 6th day of January, 1864.)
… George H. Arledge, of Florida; Maxwell T. Clarke, of Virginia; John A. Payne, of Alabama; Henry W. Ray, of Louisiana; William E. Hudgins, of Virginia; John F. Ramsay, of England; H. Beverly Littlepage, of Virginia; …
 

June 2, 1864 Page 145 | Page image
 
…. George H. Arledge, Maxwell T. Clarke, John A. Payne, Henry W. Ray, William E. Hudgins, John F. Ramsay, H. Beverly Littlepage, Lewis R. Hill, Edward J. Means, Henry Roberts, Richard H. Gayle, Robert C. Foute, Francis M. Roby, Henry H. Marmaduke, John Low, Arthur Sinclair, jr., William W. Roberts, Edgar A. Lambert, Otey Bradford, Joseph M. Gardner, Matthew P. Goodwyn, Americus V. Wiatt, Thomas L. Skinner, and Clarence L. Stanton, to be first lieutenants…
 
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Mike Marshall <michaelm@inna.net> wrote (Jan 1999):
 
Came across the following taken from the Register of Lighthouse Keepers, 1845-1912, NY-VA, National Archives microfilm No. 1373, Roll 2. Well, no, I didn't just happen to be looking at this microfilm and come across this. Actually, it is mentioned in Vol. 24,p. 75 of the Bulletin of the Northumberland County [VA] Historical Society.
 
The record notes that on 23 October 1895  GEORGE H. ARLEDGE was listed as an assistant lighthouse keeper at Smith Point Lighthouse in Northumberland County, VA. Looks like not all the Arledges left that part of the country.
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Edward Snyder found these directory entries:
 
Boyd's Directory of The District of Columbia
 
1891
Arledge Virgie L, clk pen o, 236 N J av nw
 
1910
Arledge Caroline L, wid Geo H, 2628 Garfield nw
Arledge Carrie M, cen o, 2628 Garfield nw
Arledge Virginia L, clk pen o, 2628 Garfield nw
 
1911
Arledge Caroline L, wid Geo H, 2628 Garfield nw
Arledge Carrie M, clk cen o, 2628 Garfield nw
Arledge Virginia L, clk pen o, 2628 Garfield nw
 
Edward Snyder wrote on 10 Feb 1999:
 
The George Henry Arledge family was in Texas by 1875 when his daughter Millie was born. 1880 census lists Millie as age 5 and born in Texas. I don't have any information as to where in Texas. The family was in Galveston by 1880. George appointed to CSN in 1864 from Georgia and served until the war's end.
 
The 1880 Galveston, Tx census record for the family shows following:
                                      Married        Occup.  B/P  Father B/P  Mother B/P
132  132 Arledge, George    W  M  42     X                    GA       SC       SC
                  Caroly    W  F  57     X    Wife  Keep Hse  VA       VA       VA
                  V. L.     W  F  12          Dau   At home   GA       GA       VA
                  Emma      W  F  10          Dau             VA       GA       VA
                  Millie    W  F   5          Dau             TX       GA       VA
                  George    W  M   3          Son             TX       GA       VA
                  Lewis L.  W  M   1          Son             TX       GA       VA
         Williams, Nora     B  F  42          Serv            SC       SC       SC
 
        Note: Wife's age apparently recorded wrong in census, doesn't track with other census.
              Lewis died in Galveston Aug 29, 1882 (reported age 4) according to Galveston death & burial  records.
 
Galveston tax rolls include George H in 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, and Caroline in 1883 for adjoining property. Emma Arledge's autograph book starting in Aug 1886 speak of her leaving area at that time.
 
George H's first daughter appears in D.C. in 1891 (Boyd's Directory). Caroline L., wid of George H.  appears in D.C. in 1900 Census, 1910 and 1911 D.C. City Directory. Interestingly she did not appear in a 1903 D.C. directory I saw earlier.
 
1900 Washington D.C. Census
Arledge,  Caroline L.      Jan    1843   57   VA
          Virginia     D   Jan    1868   32   GA
          Millye       D   Jul    1874   25   TX
          Carrie M     D   Dec    1880   19   Tx
          Hardin B     S   Dec    1882   17   TX
 
        Note: this puts the family in Texas in 1874.
 
Somewhere I have picked up an H for the middle initial of George's son who was 3 in the 1880 census but can't put my hands on it tonight.
 
Thanks for the Lighthouse Keepers info.
 
The General Index to Pension Files 1861-1934 lists a George Henry Arledge, rank Chief Electrician, enlisted 1899, discharged 1907. Naval service: Olumpia, Kerasarge, Franklin, Ohio, Kentucky, and Independence. Filed for pension 9/7/23, Invalid, Appl # 1488383, law 5/20, Cert # 1,283,992, state
of Maryland. Have not been able yet to obtain service record information. Have assumed this is son of George H. Arledge of GA. He could have been in the lighthouse Service in 1895. Age would fit. Don't have anything that would show where he was 1883-1895. Some unverified info I have indicate George H (senior) was involved in the cotton business in Texas (Galveston big cotton shipping point in those years), Cuba and New England. So that gives a wide range of posibilities.
 
1860 HOH Monroe Co (Key West) FL p. 392 living in the household of a John H. Bethel and wife Methia Ann Bethel. He is listed as age 24, a clerk, personal propery of $1000, and born in GA. Another clerk, Charles Antonio, is also listed in the household.
 
George H Arledge 24 1835 Georgia   Key West, Monroe, Florida Male
 
Fri, 28 Jan 2000
From:         Edward Snyder <snyder@hal-pc.org>
 
Hi Pam:
On Wed I finally did what I should have done a couple of years ago-got myself down to Galveston! Guess its like the sights in our own locale that we tend to ignore but others come to see. Anyway, spent an hour or two at the courthouse and several more at the city library. Turns out the library has a rather good history center and archives. Looked at deed records, city directories and original church records. So I have some new data for you. I'll send you a copy of the six pages of notes for info. The highlights follow.
 
George H. first appears in the Galveston city directory in 1874, working at Factors Press. He was not in the 1872 directory and it was not published in 1873.  He continues to work for Factors Press in a variety of positions culminating in being superintendent starting with the 1881-82 directory until his last listing in the 1884-85 directory. There was no 1885 directory and there are no Arledges listed in the 1886-1887 directory.
 
In the 1876-77 directory is listed L. C. Arledge working at a dairy. This continues thru the 1880-81 directory (except for the 1877-78 directory) at which time he is also listed with the Customs Service as a Mounted Inspector and Deputy Collector. Note: he is also listed in the 1880 Sabine Pass census.
 
The 1877-78 directory also lists an A. R. Arledge, also working at Factors Press as a yard clerk which is the same position listed for George. Both are listed  as residing on 31st between Ave I and Broadway.  Interesting. Who is A.R.? I have no idea. I had previously found him on the tax rolls at this time along with George. He does not appear in anymore directories. Would seem that he is related in some way, but I don't have a clue.
 
In the 1877-78 directory Mrs M. J. Arledge, widow, appears. This is surely  Cullin's wife Mary Judith. She is living on 30th between I and Broadway, near George. She continues to be listed except in the 1881-82 and 1882-83 directory. The 1884-85 directory lists her residing with George.
 
Church records list the following dates of birth (some of this is new data)as well as baptisms etc:
        Mellie Arledge    25 July 1874 in Galveston
        Virginia L. Arledge 29 Jan 1868 (she was born in GA)
        George Arledge (Jr) 19 Dec 1877
        Carrie Mascott Arledge  29 Dec 1880
        Hardin Arledge  Dec 1882
 
 
Deed records show following:
On 8 Jun 1881 George bought Lot 11, Block 273 in City of Galveston for $2250, of which $800 paid in cash and balance in two notes of $725 each at 8% payable in one and two years.
 
On 3 Dec 1881 Caroline L Arledge buys, with husband's consent, and with her own seperate funds, Lot 12 Block 273 for $800. property is under lease and lease is transfered to Caroline.
 
On 21 Dec 1881 the notes on Lot 11 are paid off and George's mortgage is released.
 
(They must have come into some money, perhaps from Caroline's father Lewis Littlepage although I don't have a death date for him)
 
On 2 Sep 1882 George buys cemetary plot for $40. This is for his son Lewis who died at age 4.
 
On 28 Sep 1887, George and Caroline, now residing in Grayson Co., TX, sell Lot 12 in Galveston for $850.
 
On 28 Jan 1889, George and Caroline , now residing in Johnson Co., TX sell Lot 11 in Galveston for $900.
 
( Also sounds like they got scalped on Lot 11!)
 
This closes a bit of the gap in George' life's journey. Still don't know where or what he was doing the last 10 years of his life.
 
        Edward
 
Sun, 30 Jan 2000
From:         Edward Snyder <snyder@hal-pc.org>
 
Pam,
When I was back east last year I ordered cemetery data from the cemetery where the George Arledge family plot is located. They have quite a backlog of requests but the data finally arrived yesterday. Here is a recap of what they sent from their records. It is listed in the following sequence where available:
Name of Deceased; Residence at time of death; Age at death; Place of birth; Place of death; Cause of death; Date of death; Date of interment
 
George Arledge, Washington, 61, Georgia, Good Hope (assume hospital), Organic disease of the brain, 16 Mar 1898, 17 Mar 1898
 
Caroline Arledge, 2628 Garfield St, NW Wash. DC, 94, Virginia, Washington DC, Ateriosclerosis, 16 Nov 1937, 18 Nov 1937
 
Emily Arledge Snyder, Oklahoma City Okla, 65, (not recorded), Oklahoma, Pneumonia, 4 Feb 1937, 9 Feb 1937
 
Mellye A. Butts, 1424 W Washington DC, 32, Texas, Washington DC, Chronic Endocarditis, 29 Mar 1907, 1Apr 1907
 
Hardin B. Arledge, (not recorded),70, (not recorded), 3547 Brandywine Washington DC, 17 July 1953, 20 July  1953
 
Grace Arledge, (not recorded), 82, Virginia, Suburban Hospital, Accidental death, 22 Oct 1977, 24 Oct 1977
 
Virginia Arledge, 2628 Garfield NW Washington DC, 74, (not recorded), Washington DC, 15 Aug 1942, 17 Aug 1942
 
Caroline Arledge Hunt, (not recorded), 90, (not recorded), Bethesda/Silver Spring Nursing Home,  (not recorded), 15 May 1971, 18 May 1971
 
William C. Hunt, 2628 Garfield St Washington DC, 73, Massachusetts, Washington DC, Cerebral hemorrage, 5 Mar 1929, 7 Mar 1929
 
Hardin B Arledge III, (not recorded), 4, (not recorded), Corinthian Yacht Club, drowning, 4 May 1956, 7 May 1956
 
All are interred in Section I, Loy 376 of Rock Creek Cemetery, Rock Creek Church Road and Webster Street NW, Washington, D.C.
 
I believe the foregoing confirms or adds new data with the exception of the date of death of Emily. Previously I have had a date of death of 3 Feb 1937 from her death certificate and grave marker rather than the 4th as listed here. I'll go with the death certificate and marker.
 
22 Jul 2000
From:         Edward Snyder <snyder@hal-pc.org>
 
1920 Census data for G. H. Arledge's family in District of Columbia (Vol 11, ED 166, Sheet 3, Line 77
 
Arledge, Caroline L.       White    76      born in VA     Res.  2628
Garfield  NW  Washington
               Virginia L.              D      51                    GA
              George H.               S      43                    TX
              Caroline M.             D      39                    TX
              Hardin B. Sr.           S       37                    TX
              Grace C.                DL      24                    VA
              Hardin B. Jr.          GS     3/12                 DC
        1 servant (not named)
 
Emily Arledge Snyder appears in the 1920 Census for Oklahoma City, Oklahoma as age 42, born in VA and wife of Warren K. Snyder with sons Harold H. and Edward C., both born in Okla.
 
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WASHINGTON DC, Washington City, Pct 7, Garfield St NW
 
Arledge, Caroline L. 76 VA VA VA none
Virginia L. dau 51 GA GA VA clerk, govt
George H. son 43 TX GA VA engineer, govt
Caroline M.dau 39 TX GA VA clerk, govt
Hardin B. Sr. son 37 TX GA VA traffic manager, South Atlantic Forwarding Co
Grace C. dau-in-law 24 VA France VA none
Hardin B Jr. grson 4/12 DC TX VA
 
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PW, Nov 2000. From the Dallas, TX 1889-90 City Directory:
 
George H. Arledge operated a boardinghouse at 1053 Elm between S. Ervay and Harwood. Boarders included Edward C. Chambers, a dentist with Dr. George Wilkins; Miss Ella Cox and Miss Mollie S. Mohr, salesladies for Sanger Brothers; Miss Belle Crawford;  John P. Davidson of Boren, Davidson and Stewart; J. W. Gruner, clerk; Hardin B. Littlepage, insurance agent; Hugh McEvoy, adjuster for Keating Imp. and Machine Company; Eugene Mister, a clerk for Cahn Brothers; George Vinal, a clerk for Meyer Brothers Drug Company. Employees included Samuel Nelson, Bettie Davis, Harriet Scott and Henry Hodges, all of whom also resided there.
 
In 1891-92, George H. Arledge resided at 309 N. Pearl in Dallas  and his only boarder listed was and Richard H. Tonge, a bookkeeper for James B. Simpson.
 
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December 3, 1865 - in the New Advertisements section of the Chronicle & Sentinel
Geo. H. Arledge, grocer Savannah
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See http://home.ozconnect.net/tfoen/fortwarren.htm
 
CSN Prisoners at Fort Warren.
 
A Photographic Essay.
 
by Terry Foenander.
 
When the CSS Atlanta was captured in Warsaw Sound, Georgia, on June 17, 1863, most of her officers were sent north to be incarcerated at Fort Warren, on George's Island in Boston Harbor. Ten days later, Lieutenant Charles W. Read, and several other officers and men of the Confederate States Navy were captured off Portland, Maine, after their raid on the shipping around that region between June 12th and 24th, 1863. The officers were also sent to Fort Warren as captives. They were all paroled more than a year later. [1]
 
Sometime after their capture many of these Confederate Naval officers were photographed, together with other captives of the Confederate army and a civilian political prisoner, on the grounds of Fort Warren. One of these photographs is shown below, with some commentary on the Naval POWs.
 
 
Officers held as POWs at Fort Warren.
Left to right, top row, standing: Thomas L. Wragg, Acting Master CSS Atlanta; Lieutenant Moses, CS Army; First Assistant Engineer William Thomas Morrill, CSS Atlanta; Acting Master's Mate Frank B. Boville, CSS Atlanta; Acting Midshipman James A. Peters, CSS Atlanta; Major Boland, CS Army (a document in series 2, volume 7, page 868, of the War of the Rebellion: Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies seems to indicate that this was in fact Major Harold Borland); Second Assistant Engineer Joseph Stanhope West, CSS Atlanta; Master's Mate John Billups, CSS Florida/Tacony; Captain Sanders, CS Army; Pilot James M. Fleetwood, CSS Atlanta (standing just inside the doorwary, and barely visible; note also the washed clothing hanging above him); Master's Mate William McBlair, jnr., CSS Atlanta; Pilot W.W. Austin, CSS Atlanta; Samuel Sterritt, CS Army (a son of Captain Isaac Sterritt, of the Confederate States Navy); Lieutenant Joseph W. Alexander, CSS Atlanta.
 
Seated left to right, front row: Acting Gunner Thomas B. Travers, CSS Atlanta; Second Assistant Engineer Leslie G. King, CSS Atlanta; Pilot Thomas L. Hernandez, CSS Atlanta; Captain J.C. Underwood, CS Army; Second Assistant Engineer Eugene H. Brown, CSS Florida/Tacony; Acting Master George Henry Arledge, CSS Atlanta; Reid Sanders, political prisoner (one source [5] actually indicates that this was in fact Major Reid Sanders, of Virginia, an Army quartermaster, and the son of Confederate agent, George N. Sanders); Lieutenant Alphonse Barbot, CSS Atlanta; Lieutenant Charles W. Read, CSS Florida/Tacony; Midshipman John A.G. Williamson, CSS Atlanta (note the puppy in Williamson's lap, which was probably the same pet dog, named Fanny, owned by Alexander [standing directly behind Williamson], and described in Alexander's account of his escape from the Fort, and recapture, in the New England Magazine, volume 13, issue 2, of October 1892); Commander William A. Webb, CSS Atlanta; Signal Officer Preston, CS Army. (two documents in series 2, volume 7, pages 868 and 1233, of the War of the Rebellion: Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies seem to indicate that this is in fact Major George A. Preston)
(Negative number 56776, Collection of the New York Historical Society.)
 
This remarkable photograph shows twenty-six prisoners, nineteen of whom were officers of the Confederate States Navy. Of these nineteen, sixteen were officers captured aboard the CSS Atlanta, and the other three were originally from the CSS Florida, taken after their raid, aboard the Tacony and the Archer, upon the shipping lanes off the New England coast. Seven other officers captured aboard the CSS Atlanta are not shown in the photograph. The list of personnel captured aboard that vessel is shown on a separate page.
 
The exact date that the image was taken is unclear, but it would have been sometime between the capture of Lieutenant Read and his men on June 27, 1863, and the final parole of most of the Naval prisoners on September 28, 1864. As well, the exclusion of several of the officers of the CSS Atlanta from the photograph may have some bearing on exactly when the image was taken. An example is First Assistant Engineer Edward J. Johnston, who had died at the Fort on October 13, 1863. Assistant Surgeon Robert R. Gibbes, who, although he was entitled to be released because of the nature of his profession, had accompanied the prisoners north to care for the wounded, was released from Fort Warren on December 7, 1863. [2] On the other hand, it may just indicate that these missing Naval officers were participating in other chores at the time the photograph was taken. Until there is concrete evidence to show exactly when the image was taken, the time span of the photograph will be assumed to be as that indicated earlier.
 
Fort Warren was one of the better holding facilities in terms of conditions and care. There were only about a dozen deaths amongst the prisoners, and about seven escapes, four of whom were recaptured. Two of the escapees were Naval officers, Joseph W. Alexander and Charles W. Read (both of whom are shown in the photograph), one was Confederate Marine Lieutenant James Thurston (not shown), and a political prisoner, Reed Sanders (also shown above). [3]
 
Edward Snyder <snyder@hal-pc.org> wrote in July 2004:
 
George H. Arledge served in the Confederate States Navy. His CSN biography records the following. Born in Georgia. Appointed from Georgia. Master's mate, December 26, 1861. Acting master February 21, 1862. Lieutenant for the war, January 7, 1864, to rank from May 25, 1863. First Lieutenant Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 6, 1864. Served on Richmond Station, 1862; participated in Battle of Roanoke Island, N.C., February 7-8, 1862. Special service, Richmond Station, 1863. Serving on board as third lieutenant when C.S.S. Atlanta captured by U.S.S. Weehawken during battle at mouth of Wilmington River early on   June 17,  1863; transferred to U.S.S Vermont on June 19, 1863 and then confined at Fort Warren. Exchanged in October, 1864. Lieutenant and executive officer Battery Buchanan, N.C., November 1864. On December 25, 1864 led a force of about 60 sailors and marines from Battery Buchanan to reinforce Fort Fisher, N.C. which was then under attack. Assigned C.S.S. Fredericksburg and then Commanding C.S.S. Beaufort, both of the James River Squadron, 1865. His future brother-in-law, Harden B. Littlepage, served in C.S.S. Virginia, James River Squadron during this time. Assigned to Semmes naval brigade, 1865..(Confederate Navy Biography)
 
Foregoing was compiled from:
1. Register of Officers of the Confederate States Navy 1861-1885.
 
2. Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion.
 
For information is a copy of a picture of George I scanned from the book "Capital Navy" by John M. Coski. The book is about The James River Squadron in which both George and Hardin B. Littlepage served. The photo was taken while George was a prisoner at Fort Warren, Boston. He had been captured in June 1863 while aboard the Atlanta which had run aground and forced to surrender. He along with others from Atlanta were exchanged in October 1864.
 
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Anyone connected to George Henry Arledge of Georgia, lieutenant, C. S. Navy, 1861-1865, please contact me directly.
 
DSulli7875@aol.com
 
Notes for CAROLINE LITTLEPAGE:
WASHINGTON DC, Washington City, Pct 7, Garfield St NW
 
Arledge, Caroline L. 76 VA VA VA none
Virginia L. dau 51 GA GA VA clerk, govt
George H. son 43 TX GA VA engineer, govt
Caroline M.dau 39 TX GA VA clerk, govt
Hardin B. Sr. son 37 TX GA VA traffic manager, South Atlantic Forwarding Co
Grace C. dau-in-law 24 VA France VA none
Hardin B Jr. grson 4/12 DC TX VA
 
     
Children of GEORGE ARLEDGE and CAROLINE LITTLEPAGE are:
              i.   VIRGINIA LITTLEPAGE10 ARLEDGE, b. Jan 1868, GA; lived in Washington DC; not married as of 1937; d. Bef. 17 Aug 1942, Bur. Rock Creek Cem, Washington, DC (date of burial shown); in Washington DC by 1891; worked for US Pension Office.
138.       ii.   MARY EMILY OR EMILY MAE ARLEDGE, b. 14 Jul 1871, VA or TX; d. 03 Feb 1937, Oklahoma City, OK [Bur. Rock Creek Cem,  Washington, DC 7 Feb 1937].
             iii.   MELLYE ARLEDGE, b. Jul 1874, TX [1900 census, Washington DC] prob. Galveston, TX; d. 1907, Bur. Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, DC; m. CHARLES (DR.) BUTTS, Nov 1903; b. 1863, Portville, NY s/o William Butts and Eliza Jane Southworth; was a prominent geologist; d. 1946.
 
Notes for MELLYE ARLEDGE:
From Susan Aldridge, Sept 2005 <susanaldridge2000@yahoo.de>
 
Mellye Arledge was born in Texas about 1875 and she married a Charles Butts who studied in Alabama but they lived most of their lives in Washington, DC. He did a lot of scientific work in Alabama probably for the government, because later we find him in Washington, DC.
 
Notes for CHARLES (DR.) BUTTS:
from http://www.lib.auburn.edu/madd/docs/ala_authors/b.html
 
BUTTS, CHARLES, 1863-1946
 
Geologist. Born: September 18, 1863, Portville, N.Y. Parents: William and Eliza Jane (Southworth) Butts. Married: Mellye Arledge, November, 1903. Married: Ella Virginia Rickles Pearson, November 30, 1909. Education: Alfred University, B.S., 1899, M.S., 1900. University of Alabama, D.Sc., 1927. Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey.
 
             iv.   GEORGE HENRY ARLEDGE, b. 1877, TX; Assistant Lighthouse Keeper in VA in 1895; served in US Navy 1899-1907; d. Aft. Feb 1937, In 1930 census was resident of National Soldiers Home in Chesapeake, Elizabeth City Co, VA.
 
Notes for GEORGE HENRY ARLEDGE:
Mike Marshall <michaelm@inna.net> wrote (Jan 1999):
 
Came across the following taken from the Register of Lighthouse Keepers, 1845-1912, NY-VA, National Archives microfilm No. 1373, Roll 2. Well, no, I didn't just happen to be looking at this microfilm and come across this. Actually, it is mentioned in Vol. 24,p. 75 of the Bulletin of the Northumberland County [VA] Historical Society.
 
The record notes that on 23 October 1895  GEORGE H. ARLEDGE was listed as an assistant lighthouse keeper at Smith Point Lighthouse in Northumberland County, VA. Looks like not all the Arledges left that part of the country.
 
Edward Snyder wrote:
 
The General Index to Pension Files 1861-1934 lists a George Henry Arledge, rank Chief Electrician, enlisted 1899, discharged 1907. Naval service: Olympia, Kerasarge, Franklin, Ohio, Kentucky, and Independence. Filed for pension 9/7/23, Invalid, Appl # 1488383, law 5/20, Cert # 1,283,992, state of Maryland. Have not been able yet to obtain service record information. Have assumed this is son of George H. Arledge of GA. He could have been in the lighthouse Service in 1895. Age would fit. Don't have anything that would show where he was 1883-1895. Some unverified info I have indicate George H (senior) was involved in the cotton business in Texas (Galveston big cotton shipping point in those years), Cuba and New England. So that gives a wide range of possibilities.
 
             v.   LEWIS L. ARLEDGE, b. 1878, Galveston, TX; d. 29 Aug 1882, Galveston, TX.
             vi.   CAROLINE M. "CARRIE" ARLEDGE, b. 29 Dec 1880, TX; lived in Washington DC; d. Bef. 18 May 1971, Falls Church, VA; worked for US Census Bureau; Bur. Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, DC (date of burial shown); m. WILLIAM C. HUNT, Aft. 1900; b. Worked for US Census Bureau; d. Bef. 07 Mar 1929, Bur. Rock Creek Cem, Washington, DC (date of burial shown); in Washington DC by 1891; worked for US Pension Office.
139.      vii.   HARDEN BURNLEY ARLEDGE, b. 18 Dec 1882, TX; lived in Washington DC in 1900; d. 17 Jul 1953, Bur. Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, DC.
 
 
64.  LOUISA ANN "LULA"9 ARLEDGE (CULLEN EARP (CAPT.)8, ELIJAH7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 05 Jan 1839 in FL, and died 16 Feb 1925 in Bainbridge, Decatur Co, GA, Bur. Oak City Cemetery.  She married WILLIAM JASPER BRUTON.  He was born 21 Jun 1837 in GA, and died 23 Nov 1883 in Bainbridge, Decatur Co, GA, Bur. Oak City Cemetery.
 
Child of LOUISA ARLEDGE and WILLIAM BRUTON is:
140.        i.   HENRY JASPER10 BRUTON, b. 16 Mar 1863; d. 30 Jul 1929.
 
 
Generation No. 5
 
65.  JOHN WILLIAM10 HAGGARD (JULIA ANNE "JULIE" ELIZABETH9 ARLEDGE, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 06 Jul 1879 in Louisville, Winston Co, MS, and died 01 Mar 1951 in Louisville, WInston Co, MS; Buried Sardis Baptist Cemetery.  He married SARAH MAHALIA WHITEHEAD Abt. 1901 in Louisville, Winston Co, MS.  She was born 29 Apr 1883 in Louisville, Winston Co, MS, and died 28 Sep 1950 in Winston CO, MS; Buried Sardis Baptist Cemetery.
     
Children of JOHN HAGGARD and SARAH WHITEHEAD are:
              i.   MINNIE MAE11 HAGGARD, b. 1904; d. 1973; m. ALFRED S. REED.
              ii.   WALTER METTS HAGGARD, b. 1906; d. 1975; m. ALICE ROGERS.
             iii.   PAULINE ELIZABETH HAGGARD, m. (1) J. H. ETHERIDGE; b. 1891; d. 1957; m. (2) AL LANDRUM.
             iv.   ROBERT SWINTON HAGGARD, m. CORINNE WOODRUFF.
             v.   ANNIE WALDINE HAGGARD, m. W. PIERCE MCBRAYER.
             vi.   WILLIAM NOWELL HAGGARD, m. OTERA BENNETT.
 
 
66.  JAMES EDGAR EDWARD10 HAGGARD (JULIA ANNE "JULIE" ELIZABETH9 ARLEDGE, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 19 Apr 1881 in Louisville, Winston Co, MS, and died 1960 in Bur. Ellison Ridge Baptist Cemetery, Winston ), Mis.  He married CARRIE H. SCHOOLAR 04 Jul 1909 in Louisville, Winston Co, MS.  She was born Abt. 1883 in Louisville, Winston Co, MS.
     
Children of JAMES HAGGARD and CARRIE SCHOOLAR are:
              i.   JAMES H.11 HAGGARD.
              ii.   LUCILE HAGGARD.
             iii.   JOHN E. HAGGARD.
 
 
67.  OTTIE10 COCKRELL (AMANDA REBECCA9 ARLEDGE, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 20 Dec 1894 in MS, and died 08 Nov 1977 in Bur. Perkinsville Hill Baptist Cemetery, Winston Co, MS.  She married ROGER HAMPTON SCHOOLAR.  He was born 02 Sep 1891, and died 30 Nov 1970 in Bur. Perkinsville Hill Baptist Cemetery, Winston Co, MS.
     
Child of OTTIE COCKRELL and ROGER SCHOOLAR is:
              i.   ROGER RUDOLPH11 SCHOOLAR, b. 24 Jan 1922; d. 18 Feb 1939.
 
 
68.  MATTIE CRESSA10 CROWELL (FRANCES EMMA "FANNIE"9 ARLEDGE, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1)  She married WILLIAM HOWARD HURT. 
     
Children of MATTIE CROWELL and WILLIAM HURT are:
              i.   SHIRLEY MAE11 HURT, b. 18 Jul 1929, Winston Co, MS; m. JACK RALPH MANN, 25 Sep 1949; b. 29 Aug 1925.
              ii.   SYLVIA HURT.
             iii.   GEORGE HURT.
             iv.   SAMMIE DALE HURT.
 
 
69.  OLYN KIRK10 CROWELL (FRANCES EMMA "FANNIE"9 ARLEDGE, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1)
     
Child of OLYN KIRK CROWELL is:
              i.   CHARLES11 CROWELL, m. BETTY ???.
 
 
70.  ROBERT FLOYD10 ARLEDGE (JOHN WESLEY9, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 04 May 1902 in MS; listed in 1930 census as boarder w/ A. Frank Hodge family in Pine Grove, Pickens Co, AL, and died 04 Dec 1973 in Matthison, MS.  He married HATTIE JOHNSON 1929 in acc to 1930 census.  She was born 19 Aug 1901 in MS; listed in 1930 census as boarder w/  A. Frank Hodge family in Pine Grove, Pickens Co, AL, and died Sep 1986 in Matthison, MS.
     
Child of ROBERT ARLEDGE and HATTIE JOHNSON is:
              i.   OLEN FLOYD "RED"11 ARLEDGE, b. 17 Jun 1931; d. 18 Nov 2000, of Weupora, Webster Co, MS; obit in Panama City, FL newspaper; m. RUTH FRECHETTE, 1952, Grand Traverse Co, Michigan; b. Michigan.
 
 
71.  CALLIE ELIZABETH10 ARLEDGE (JOHN WESLEY9, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 19 Jul 1905 in Louisville, Winston Co, MS;, and died 05 Mar 1979 in Winston Co, MS; Bur. Ellison Ridge Bapt. Church Cemetery, Winston Co, MS.  She married WALTER EARL CROWELL 29 Apr 1925, son of BENJAMIN CROWELL and MINNIE FLAKE.  He was born 22 Sep 1898 in Winston Co, MS, and died 26 Apr 1989 in Winston Co, MS.
 
Notes for CALLIE ELIZABETH ARLEDGE:
From: "Lisa Stewart" <lstewart@tdin.com>
Thu, 27 May 1999               
My grandmother, born in 1905, was Callie Elizabeth Arledge.  She married Walter Earl Crowell in 1925.  Her father was John Wesley Arledge. (He had a sister named Eugenia Arledge McCool).  Callie Elizabeth's mother was Fannie Moorhead. Her grandfather was John Wesley Arledge, Sr. the namesake of the Methodist preacher.  Let me clarify that a relation has not been established with the minister, they just liked the name and, being an Arledge, they love church. The name of her grandmother is uncertain, but my mother is planning on finding that info.  They all came from Louisville, MS in Winston County and are buried in the Ellison Ridge Baptist Church cemetary. 
 
Callie Elizabeth was my grandmother.  I called her "Mammy".   We were very close...I considered her my favorite person.  She was devoted to church and the scriptures and was the sage of the Ellison Ridge community.  She had a profound love for music...especially hymns.  We used to go to "singin's" on Sunday afternoons where we'd wear the Broadman Hymnal out!  My grandfather mainly whistled the melodies.  Mammy was revered for playing the piano and singing which was passed down to my mother, Earline Crowell Stewart, who is the organist at East Louisville Baptist church and formerly the music director and piano teacher.  Mammy was a wonderful cook.  She made it seem so easy to always have a table full of food and pound cake to go along with it.  Every Thanksgiving and Christmas, Mom asks if the dressing is as good as Mammy's.  She's hit it a couple of times.  By the time I came along, I suppose she had mellowed.  I recall her sweet voice, sitting on her lap in her rocking chair, watching "As The World Turns" and her beautiful African Violets on top of the television.  She had a green thumb...lots of flowers in her yard.  I remember how she despised artificial flowers.  Every Memorial Day I think of how she'd turn over in her grave knowing that someone had toped her body's resting place with silk!   My Mom remembers the days when she was firey.  That's a trait which was also passed down us girls.
 
My name is Lisa Stewart and I live in Nashville,TN.  I have been a recording artist for RCA Records, and currently host a television show for TNN called,"This Week in Country Music".  It airs Saturdays at 6pm Central time.  My mother loves geneology and is interested in researching further. She has traced her Crowell descendents back to Germany, and now wants to climb the Arledge tree.  She doesn't have e-mail, but, of course, I would be happy to be the liaison. 
     
Children of CALLIE ARLEDGE and WALTER CROWELL are:
              i.   FRANCES EARLINE11 CROWELL, b. 24 Oct 1940, Noxubee Co, MS; m. FRANKLIN DON STEWART, 29 Apr 1960, Winston Co, MS; b. 20 Jan 1937, Winston Co, MS.
              ii.   BILLY CROWELL, b. 10 Jun 1926, Louisville, Winston Co, MS; m. ERA JEAN MCGAUGH, 24 Aug 1946, Louisville, Winston Co, MS; b. 21 Mar 1928, Louisville, Winston Co, MS.
 
 
72.  ARTHUR EUGENE10 ARLEDGE (JOHN WESLEY9, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 18 Aug 1910 in MS; listed in 1930 census as boarder w/  A. Frank Hodge family in Pine Grove, Pickens Co, AL, and died 20 Feb 1980 in lived in Louisville, Winston CO, MS.  He married LUDIE INEZ HEMPHILL 10 Aug 1940 in Winston Co, MS.  She was born 29 Aug 1919, and died 29 Oct 1999 in Demopolis, AL.
     
Children of ARTHUR ARLEDGE and LUDIE HEMPHILL are:
              i.   BOBBYE JEAN11 ARLEDGE, b. 23 Feb 1942, Winston Co, MS; m. DAVID HARMON RICHARDSON, 09 Apr 1959, Noxubee Co, MS; b. 17 Nov 1940, Noxubee Co, MS; d. 15 Jan 2001, Thomasville, AL.
              ii.   SARAH FRANCES ARLEDGE, b. 06 Jun 1947, Winston Co, MS; m. JACK COMPTON, 19 Nov 1966, Marengo Co, AL; b. 18 Dec 1944, Demopolis, AL.
 
 
73.  JOHN GERALD10 ARLEDGE (JOHN WESLEY9, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 12 Mar 1914, and died 09 Nov 1975 in Winston Co, MS.  He married (1) BONNIE RAY 09 Aug 1942 in Winston Co, MS.    He married (2) IRA MAE HIGGINBOTHAM Bef. 1948.  She was born 01 Oct 1927, and died 20 Feb 1993 in lived in Louisville, WInston CO, MS.
     
Children of JOHN ARLEDGE and IRA HIGGINBOTHAM are:
              i.   JUDY KAYE11 ARLEDGE, b. 07 Oct 1948, Winston Co, MS; m. JAMES BERLIN ROBERSON, 30 Jun 1966, Winston Co, MS; b. 06 Jan 1946, Winston Co, MS.
              ii.   JOHNNY WESLEY ARLEDGE, b. 03 Nov 1950, Winston Co, MS; m. MARY LOU WILEY, 27 Sep 1969, Winston Co, MS.
             iii.   CHARLOTTE SUSAN ARLEDGE, b. 27 Oct 1952, Winston Co, MS; m. JOHNNY DALE FULCHER; b. 10 Feb 1947.
             iv.   ARTHUR MIKE ARLEDGE, b. 23 Dec 1955, Winston Co, MS; m. PATTIE DENISE BOGGS; b. 10 May 1962.
 
 
74.  GENEVA MAE10 ARLEDGE (JOHN WESLEY9, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 24 Feb 1917 in Winston Co, MS.  She married ARTHUR VERNON EAVES 24 Nov 1932 in Winston Co, MS.  He was born 07 May 1912 in Winston Co, MS, and died 17 Oct 1989 in Winston Co, MS.
     
Children of GENEVA ARLEDGE and ARTHUR EAVES are:
              i.   FANNIE SUE11 EAVES, b. 17 Nov 1933, Winston Co, MS; m. CLINTON ROGERS; b. 1934, Winston Co, MS.
              ii.   CHARLES FLOYD EAVES, b. 14 Oct 1935, Winston Co, MS; d. Mar 2002, Winston Co, MS; m. BECKY MCGAHEY; b. 1938.
             iii.   NINA JUNE EAVES, b. 28 Dec 1937, Winston Co, MS; m. (1) KENNETH TALBERT, 06 Apr 1958, Winston Co, MS; m. (2) BILL POTTER, 17 May 1997, Orlando, FL; b. 1939.
             iv.   JOYCE KATHLEEN EAVES, b. 19 May 1940, Winston Co, MS; m. RONNIE SMITH; b. 1937, Winston Co, MS; d. 2003.
 
 
75.  RUBYE HENRIETTA10 ETHERIDGE (WILLIE ESTELLA "STELLA"9 ARLEDGE, JOHN WESLEY [WINSTON MS]8, SAMUEL7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 07 Dec 1905, and died 07 Dec 1989 in Winston Co, MS.  She married ROSCOE EAVES. 
     
Children of RUBYE ETHERIDGE and ROSCOE EAVES are:
              i.   RACHEL11 EAVES.
              ii.   PATTY EAVES.
             iii.   RUBYE FAYE EAVES.
             iv.   ZANE EAVES.
             v.   BENNY GEORGE EAVES.
 
 
76.  AUSTIN W. D.10 ARLEDGE (WILLIS D.9, JAMES8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 15 May 1867 in Kershaw Co, SC [1870 says age 1; 1880 census says age 9]; HOH 1930 DeKalb, Kershaw Co, SC, farmer, and died 17 Feb 1954 in Bur. Pine Grove Baptist Cemetery in Lugoff, Kershaw Co, SC.  He married (1) HENRIETTA COOK.    He married (2) MARY WAGES OR WAGERS Abt. 1889, daughter of JOHN WAGES and HENRIETTA COOK.  She was born 22 Oct 1869 in D/o Henrietta Cook and John Wages, and died 03 May 1965 in Bur. Pine Grove Baptist Cemetery in Lugoff, Kershaw Co, SC.
 
Children of AUSTIN ARLEDGE and MARY WAGERS are:
              i.   MINNIE11 ARLEDGE, b. 1897, living as widow with her parents in 1930 census, Kershaw Co, SC; m. ??? COLVIN.
              ii.   MAMIE ARLEDGE, b. Aft. 1885; m. BIRCHMORE WILSON.
             iii.   JESSE JAMES ARLEDGE, b. 1909, HOH 1930 census DeKalb, Kershaw CO SC, farmer; d. Bef. 28 Oct 1987, Bur. Bishopville, SC (obit Camden SC); m. MAMIE PAULINE PEAKE, 1928; b. 1914; d. Bef. 22 Jul 1988, obit in Camden, SC paper.
             iv.   KATIE ARLEDGE, b. Aft. 1885; m. REUBIN HENSON.
             v.   JOHN SIDNEY "JACK" ARLEDGE, b. 23 Jul 1898, [or July 22] Kershaw Co, SC; d. 24 Jul 1974, [ or July 26] Bur. Antioch Baptist Cemetery, Kershaw Co, SC; m. (1) MINNIE WILSON; b. 25 May 1910, [or May 29]; d. 28 Feb 1997, Bishopville, SC [OBIT]; Bur. Antioch Baptist Cemetery, Kershaw Co, SC.
 
Notes for JOHN SIDNEY "JACK" ARLEDGE:
Posted by: Nancy Kaye Brown <kayebbrown@cs.com>
Date: May 07, 2000
 
My grandfather was John Sidney Arledge of Camden,S.C.. His father name was Austin Arledge and his mother was Mary Wages they were married in 1887.Austins father was Willis Aldredge and his mothers name was Eliza Rabon.Austin was born May 15th l867. If you have any information on this please email me ..thanks
 
Sun, 18 Feb 2001   
From:     Lorie Salka     JJEFLO@aol.com
 
I talked to my mom tonight and got some info.  We are the Austin W.D. Arledge branch of the family. My mother is Alberta Arledge Rose Porter. Her mother was Minnie Wilson Arledge.  Her father was John (Jack) Sidney Arledge. My mom was one of ten children.  One 1/2 sister Almenia Arledge Gainey (she belonged to grandaddy-her mother died), five sisters, Elizabeth Arledge Sinclair Smith, Francis Arledge Truesdale, Sybil Arledge Brown, Nancy Arledge Brown (this is Kaye Brown's mother) and Patsy Arledge Watson.  Three brothers, John (Sonny) Arledge, Joseph Arledge and Willis Arledge (deceased).  All siblings living except Willis Arledge.
 
My grandfather, John (Jack) Sidney Arledge had a brother named Jessie James Arledge (who married Pauline ?), 3 sisters, Henrietta Arledge Brown, Katie Arledge Henson (Katie's husband's name was Ruben Henson), and Mamie Arledge ?.
 
Austin W.D. and Mary Wage(r)s Arledge were my moms grandparents on her dads side (John (Jack) Sidney Arledge).
 
I also found out that my grandfather (John (Jack) Sidney Arledge) and my grandmother (Minnie Wilson Arledge) were first cousins.  Their mothers were sisters.  I don't have the name of grandmothers mother.  My cousin Kaye Brown probably has that infoI found out a few dates also:      
 
Mon, 16 Apr 2001
From:         Nancy Kaye Brown <NKBROWN@ftc-i.net>
 
I am John Sidney (Jack Arledge) grandaughter.  John Sidney (jack) arledge father was austin arledge and his mother was mary wages ...austins father was willis arledge married to eliza rabon in  1866...marys mother is listed as Henrietta cook...and her father as John Wages......okay mary had a sister Elizabeth (lizzie) Wages .she was my grandmother minnie arledge maiden name (minnie wilson) mother so you see my grandfather jack and grandma minnie were first cousins.My mothers older
sister and brother Almenia and Charlie arledge were by granddaddys first wife and i will have to find out what her name was i cant remember it right now ..i will let you know when i talk to moma. i have found out some more information on john wages ill try to send that page to you also ... see I dont know if henrietta cook was Elizabeth (lizzie) mother or not ..ill have to do some more checking and i have some other information i can send you too. You probably know this but my grandmother (minnie) was Thomas Woodrow or Woodrow Thomas daughter he was born in 1879 died in l957 and  he was married to elizabeth (lizzie) wages/wagers....i dont have a marriage date on them though.Lizzie was born in l882 and died in 1940.
 
Crystal Welch <welchc@cms.kershaw.k12.sc.us> wrote:
I am a descendant from the Arledge's on my mom's side.  My grandparent's are > John Sidney "Jack" and Minnie Arledge orginally from Camden, SC.
 
Notes for MINNIE WILSON:
OBIT INDEX: ARLEDGE, Minnie (WILSON); 86; Bishopville SC; The State; 1997-3-1; llblades
 
             vi.   MAGGIE ARLEDGE, b. 22 Oct 1900, died as child; d. 04 Oct 1901, Bur. Pine Grove Cemetary, Lugoff, Kershaw Co, SC.
            vii.   HENRIETTA ARLEDGE, b. 27 Oct 1902; d. 20 Jun 1988, Great Falls, Chester Co, SC; Bur. Pine Grove Bapt. Church Cem, Lugoff, Kershaw CO, SC; m. HARMON B. BROWN, 28 Apr; b. 08 Jul 1900; d. 06 Oct 1954, Chester Co, SC: Bur. Pine Grove Bapt. Church Cem, Lugoff, Kershaw CO, SC.
 
 
77.  GEORGE S. ALDRICH/10 ARLEDGE (WILLIS D.9, JAMES8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 1872 in HOH 1930 Camden, Kershaw Co SC as ALDRICH, family living at Kershaw Co Jail where he was Jailer, and died 1932 in tombstone says ALDRICH; Bur. Pine Grove Bapt. Church Cem, Lugoff, Kershaw CO, SC.  He married LUCY ELLA BRANHAM.  She was born 24 Jan 1877 in d/o William Branham and Mary Cook, and died 28 Nov 1954 in tombstone says ELLA B. ALDRICH; Bur. Pine Grove Bapt. Church Cem, Lugoff, Kershaw CO, SC.
 
Notes for LUCY ELLA BRANHAM:
*May* be Ellie Arledge, b. 27 July 1879, died Mar 1977, lived in Odessa, Ector Co, TX, acc. to SSDI.
     
Children of GEORGE ARLEDGE and LUCY BRANHAM are:
              i.   DOUGLAS J. ARLEDGE/11 ALDRICH, b. 1894, SC; HOH 1930 Kershaw Co, S Wateree Twp as ALDRICH; m. MABEL OR MAY B. KELLY; b. 1894, SC.
              ii.   EVA ARLEDGE/ ALDRICH, b. Aft. 1892; m. WILLIAM RABON.
             iii.   BERNICE K. ARLEDGE/ ALDRICH, b. 1925; m. CURTIS GLADDEN.
 
 
78.  JOHN F.10 ARLEDGE (WILLIS D.9, JAMES8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 26 Dec 1876 in Kershaw Co, SC; WWI Civilian Draft Registration, Kershaw, SC; HOH 1910 Kershaw Co (Camden ) SC; 1920 & 1930 (DeKalb) Kershaw Co SC census, farmer, and died 06 Feb 1941 in Kershaw Co, SC; Estate Admin by Alma McKenzie 4-22-1941 (161-5607); Funeral records at Kornegay Funeral Home; Bur. Truesdale Cem. Kershaw Co, SC.  He married MARGARET ANN "MAGGIE" TRUESDALE.  She was born 13 Jun 1870 in Kershaw Co, SC, and died 17 Mar 1950 in Kershaw Co, SC; Bur. JC Truesdale Family Cemetery.
 
Notes for JOHN F. ARLEDGE:
http://members.tripod.com/~PittmanS/kornegay4.html
 
Notes for MARGARET ANN "MAGGIE" TRUESDALE:
Angela Clyburn <carolinaclyburn@hotmail.com> wrote:
 
I'm seeking information on a branch of the Arledge family of Kershaw
County, SC.  My interest lies in descendants of Willis D Arledge and his
wife Eliza Rabon. I am researching the Clyburn Family, if you can add anything to the
attached report below it would be most appreciated. I shall look forward
to hearing from you,
 
Margaret Ann (Maggie) TRUESDALE - 6957
Birth Date:    13 Jun 1870
Birth Place:    Kershaw Co, SC
Death Date:    17 Mar 1950
Death Place:    Kershaw Co, SC
Burial Place:    JC Truesdale Family Cemetery
Spouse:    John F ARLEDGE - 8750
Birth Date:    26 Dec 1876
Birth Place:    Kershaw Co, SC
Death Date:    6 Feb 1941
Death Place:    Kershaw Co, SC
Burial Place:    JC Truesdale Family Cemetery
Occupation:    Farmer
Spouse Father:    Willis D ARLEDGE - 15986 (1823-)
Spouse Mother:    Eliza RABON - 15985 (1843-1902)
 
Spouse Notes: WWI Civilian Draft Registration, Kershaw, SC; HOH 1910
Census Camden, Kershaw County,  SC; 1920 Kershaw Co SC Census.
Estate Admin by Alma McKenzie 4-22-1941 (161-5607).
Kornegay Funeral Home Records.
 
Children of JOHN ARLEDGE and MARGARET TRUESDALE are:
              i.   ISAAC SHROCKS "BOOTS"11 ARLEDGE, b. 09 Jan 1902, SC; SS# issued in SC; married and living with parents in 1930 Kershaw SC census; d. 20 May 1949, [SSDI says May 13] lived in VA; Camden, Kershaw CO, SC; m. CELENA BROWN, Abt. 1920.
 
Notes for ISAAC SHROCKS "BOOTS" ARLEDGE:
26 Sep 1999
From:        CatRan3200@aol.com
 
hi my name is janet. my grandpa was william eugene arledge of camden,sc his fathers name was issac arledge, he died in the kershaw county jail in 1940s. issacs wife was celena. if anyone knows more please contact me. email @ catran3200 thanks
 
              ii.   ALMA GERTRUDE ARLEDGE, b. 25 Aug 1905, Kershaw Co, SC; living with parents in 1930 census; d. 09 Sep 1980, Kershaw Co, SC; Bur. JC Truesdale Family Cemetery; m. (1) WILLIAM K. WRIGHT; b. 10 Nov 1897; d. 04 Jan 1968, Kershaw Co, SC; Bur. JC Truesdale Family Cemetery; m. (2) JAMES L. MCKENZIE, Aft. 1930.
 
 
79.  AMELIA CAROLINE10 ARLEDGE (WILLIAM9, JAMES8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 22 Jan 1857 in [or 1859?] Flat Rock, Kershaw Co, SC, and died 17 Sep 1889.  She married (1) RICHARD A. YOUNG 19 Mar 1872 in Kershaw Co, SC.    She married (2) WILLIAM JAMES DRAKEFORD Aft. 1873.  He was born 13 Aug 1849, and died 14 Dec 1928 in Bur. Drakeford Cemetery, Kershaw Co, SC.
     
Children of AMELIA ARLEDGE and WILLIAM DRAKEFORD are:
              i.   HENRY BROWN11 DRAKEFORD, b. 14 Jul 1880, Flat Rock, Kershaw Co, SC; d. 20 Mar 1911.
              ii.   SALLIE ELIZABETH DRAKEFORD, b. 27 May 1883, Flat Rock, Kershaw Co, SC; d. 07 Jun 1973; m. ??? MCDOWELL.
             iii.   BERTHA LEE DRAKEFORD, b. 12 Dec 1886.
             iv.   EUGENE CAROLINE DRAKEFORD, b. 06 Aug 1889, Flat Rock, Kershaw Co, SC; d. 04 Dec 1983.
 
 
80.  SALLIE A.10 ARLEDGE (WILLIAM9, JAMES8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Sep 1862 in [or August 05, 1864?] Flat Rock, Kershaw Co, SC, and died 09 Oct 1906 in Camden, SC; Bur. Flint Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Kershaw Co, SC.  She married ALLEN W. WATTS 14 Jan 1883 in Kershaw Co, SC.  He was born 09 Jun 1862 in Kershaw Co, SC, and died 1938.
 
Notes for SALLIE A. ARLEDGE:
6 Jun 2002       From:
Leslie Vinson <donut @gbso.net>
 
I'll be happy to share what I have.  As I  wrote earlier, My grandmother was Susie Ella Watts, 1901-1987, born Canty Hill, S.C. (was told it is/was on outskirts of Camden, Kershaw Co. S.C.) died Putnam County, Fl, .  She had 2 sisters, Ola Ercell m. B.Kelley and resided in Camden, S.C. at the old Homeplace. (I remember it from childhood, as old log cabin, sitting near or on a creek or branch) Ola and husband are buried I believe in Flint Hill Cemetery as well.  Sister Lula Amelia b.16 Sept 1889 in S.C., died 24 Oct
1923, Pomona Park, (Putnam County) FL. married John Bradley from Kershaw, S.C. area. They had 3 brothers: Lonnie born in S.C., died unknown (I believe gma said in FL and told of the old story where they found him), and apparently sent back to S.C. near old homeplace for burial., Arthur unknown birth or death date  still trying to pin my cousin down for the info) born S.C., Died Putnam Co., FL, married an Ogburn from S.C. area.  Brother Foster unknown birth or death date, born S.C., died Putnam Co., FL. He also married an Ogburn form S.C., and apparent sister to brothers wife.
 
Susie Ella (gma) states that all she can remember of her mother is her leaning over the fireplace and her long pigtails hanging over her shoulders. Sallie Arledge died when Susie Ella was very young.  Susie Ella then came to live with her brother Lonnie in Florida until he died suddenly, and then Susie went back to S.C. to live with sister Ola for a brief while until herFather Allen Watts remarried.  I want to say they told me her name was Orena, but, there are a lot of gaps I cant fill either.  Gma had many old pictures of the family/families, but very few were documented on the back as to who they were or how they were  connected.  She did write her sister's names on the back's of their photos, The picture of the Allen Watts old
Homeplace, she listed the names of the children, with an infant visible unaccounted for, however in researching the cemetary records for Flint Hill, cemetary it shows an infant child of Sallie A Watts and Allen Watts, this may be it, Also gma could never remember how her mother died.  She had an old photo of her mother Sallie Arledge Watts, listed her mothers name as Susan Shaylor on the back of the photo, as well as a reference to "Aunt Sallie McDowell" (I believe) as being either sister to Susan Shaylor or of
Some relation.  I will borrow the original from my aunt, scan it, and the documentation on the back and email it too.  I was told by my cousin Steve who still resides in Camden that they did not know where gpa (making reference to Susan Shaylor Arledge's spouse) was buried, and that it was rumored he had left the family.  Steve also sent picture to me of headstones of Sallie A. Watts, Susan S. Arledge, Billy Arledge, all in the Flint Hill Cemetary.
 
Children of SALLIE ARLEDGE and ALLEN WATTS are:
              i.   SUSIE ELLA11 WATTS, b. 18 Nov 1901, Canty Hill, Kershaw Co, SC (old home place outside of Camden); d. 27 Oct 1987, Putnam Co, FL; Bur. Eden Cemetery, Crescent City, FL; m. GEORGE HAINES MIDDLETON, 25 Jun 1918, Putnam Co, FL; b. was widower with 4 children when he married Susie.
              ii.   OLA ERCELL WATTS, b. 23 Mar 1892, resided in Canty Hill, Camden, Kershaw Co, SC at old homeplace; d. 08 Apr 1977, Bur. Flint Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Kershaw Co, SC; m. STEPHEN BLAKE KELLEY; d. Bur. Flint Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Kershaw Co, SC.
             iii.   LULA AMELIA WATTS, b. 16 Sep 1889, Kershaw Co, SC; d. 24 Oct 1923, Pomona Park, Putnam Co, FL; Bur. Pomona Park/Lake Como Cemetery; m. JOHN BRADLEY; b. of Kershaw Co, SC.
             iv.   LONNIE WATTS, m. ELLEN BRADLEY.
             v.   ARTHUR WATKIN WATTS, b. Abt. 1898, SC; d. Abt. 1967, Crescent City, Putnam Co, FL; Bur. Eden Cemetery; m. BESSIE OGBURN.
             vi.   FOSTER A. WATTS, b. Abt. 1896, SC; d. Abt. 1967, Putnam Co, FL; m. LOUISE OGBURN.
            vii.   CLYDE WATTS, b. Abt. 1886; d. 1957, Putnam Co, FL; Bur. Pomona Park/ Lake Como Cemetery, FL; m. DORA S. ???.
 
 
81.  ROXANNE REBECCA10 ROBERTSON (CYNTHIA BEATRICE9 ARLEDGE, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 01 Sep 1848 in AL, and died 21 Jul 1908 in AL.  She married WILLIAM DRAYTON HANNA.  He was born 21 Oct 1837 in SC; s/o James Hanna & Mary Susan (Sally) Martin, and died 26 Feb 1917 in Coosa Co, AL.
     
Child of ROXANNE ROBERTSON and WILLIAM HANNA is:
              i.   LODUSKA CATHERINE11 HANNA, m. JOSEPH CRADDOCK.
 
Notes for LODUSKA CATHERINE HANNA:
Barbara Craddock Rich jrich03@sprynet.com
April 10, 2001
 
In the 1950's my g.grandmother Loduska Catherine (Hanna) Craddock, d/o Roxanne Robertson & Drayton Hanna, wrote a letter listing her mother's parents' and siblings. She also added a few birth/death dates and other details. Below is some of the info from her letter. Some of the names were hard to read due to spelling and/or less than perfect handwriting, so they are written as they looked to me. If you know any of the names or can help in putting this family together at all, please contact me.
 
'Cynthia Beatrice Arledge b.1818 d.JAN.1896 Buried at Union CEMT. Coosa Co. AL.. m. 4 Feb 1841 to Albert Robertson b._ d.1851 in Chambers Co. AL.. children of Cynthia & Albert;
M.Joesire/Joesiah Robertson
F.Emoline Robertson m. _PRITCHETT
F.Molsie/Melissa Mazura Robertson m. _BURKS
F.Josephean Beatris Robertson m. _GRAY
F.Roxanne Rebecca Robertson b.1 SEPT.1848 in AL. d.21 JULY 1908 in AL. m.1 FEB.1876, William Drayton Hanna b.21 OCT.1837 in S.C. d.26 FEB.1917 in Coosa AL.. Drayton was the s/o James Hanna & Mary Susan (Sally) Martin
F.Angeline Loduska Robertson m. George Sylvester SPRAYBERRY b.10 Dec 1856, in Coosa s/o Israel Henry SPRAYBERRY and Cassina MITCHELL.'
 
82.  ANGELINE LODUSKA10 ROBERTSON (CYNTHIA BEATRICE9 ARLEDGE, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 13 Apr 1856.  She married GEORGE SYLVESTER SPRAYBERRY 19 Nov 1878 in Coosa Co, AL.  He was born 10 Dec 1856 in Coosa Co, AL; son of Israel Henry Sprayberry and Cassina Mitchell.
     
Child of ANGELINE ROBERTSON and GEORGE SPRAYBERRY is:
              i.   MARY EVIE11 SPRAYBERRY, b. 14 Aug 1882, Hollins, Clay Co, AL; d. 11 Mar 1974, Hollywood, Broward Co, FL; m. JOHN ALEXANDER SMITH, 08 Aug 1903, Ellisville, Jones Co, MS; b. 07 Feb 1866, Goodwater, Coosa Co, AL s/o Nancy Kelley and Elijah Smith; d. 27 May 1948, Jacksonville, Duval Co, FL.
 
Notes for MARY EVIE SPRAYBERRY:
18 Jun 2001
From:         "Mary" <buddy@lcia.com>
 
I happened to look at the ARLEDGE surname list in GenForum and saw your message to Barbara Craddock Rich. I have been searching for years for this line. My grandmother was from Cynthia and Albert Robertsons line. Cynthia's mother I believe to have been Mary Arledge (Aldridge). My grandmother was Mary Evie Sprayberry. Her mother was Angeline Robertson married to George
Sprayberry.
 
 
83.  JOHN ALLEN10 HARRINGTON (LOUISA9 ARLEDGE, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 24 Dec 1849 in [or 1850] Harris Co, GA; they moved from Lee Co, AL to Cass Co, TX; also lived in Miller Co, AR; remarried after Anna's death, and died 05 Jan 1936 in Cass Co, TX.  He married ANNA AMELIA OR AMERICA MASSEY 1870.  She was born Oct 1854 in GA, d/o John J. Massey, and died Oct 1903 in Cass Co, TX.
     
Children of JOHN HARRINGTON and ANNA MASSEY are:
              i.   JOSIE11 HARRINGTON, b. 20 Jul 1894, Cass Co, TX; d. 03 Jan 1978, Cass Co, TX; m. MORTIMER BRACKMAN; b. 27 Aug 1889, Miller Co, AR; d. 19 Oct 1932, Miller Co, AR.
              ii.   HESTER LEE HARRINGTON, m. GEORGE GILBERT MOULDER.
 
Notes for HESTER LEE HARRINGTON:
Harris Co GA genforum
In Reply to: Re: Aldridge Family Harris Co. GA by Gene Pitman 
April 20, 2002
 
Gene, my husband's great grandmother was Hester Lee Harrington, her parents being John Allen Harrington and Anna America Massey. I have noticed that John A. appears on the 1860 census for St. Clair Alabama with Thomas and Mary (2nd wife) Harrington. The Thomas "Arington" in the 1850 census in Harris Co. Ga however does not list Louisa his first wife or John, who would have been an infant, but the older children match. Do I have the right parents for John? Where is Louisa and infant John in 1850? Also anything you have on the other siblings would be much appreciated. All I have is what I have been able to gather from census and records. I have been guessing that Samuel Aldridge is Louisa's father as he is the only Aldridge in the county in 1840, the year before she married Thomas J. Harrington. This is only speculation however. Thanks for responding, anything you have to lead me the right way on these Harringtons would be appreciated. I have some things on John and Anna's children from another descendant but not much on the next generation back.
Leslie jensen6@pacbell.net
 
Subject: Re: Louisa Aldridge/Arledge Harrington
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2004
From: Leslie Jensen <jensen6@pacbell.net>
 
Pam, thanks for your e-mail and genforum response.  I had hunch Louisa may be connected to Samuel as he is the only Aldridge in Harris Co. in 1840.
This is all I know of Louisa:
She married Thomas Jefferson Harrington (son of Cyrus) on Dec. 15, 1841 in Harris Co. GA.  Thomas was born Aug. 12, 1823 Harris Co. and died March 2, 1889 in Palo Pinto County, Texas.  According to Gene Pitman, a descendant of Thomas J. Harrington through his second wife, Louisa was admitted to the Milledgeville, GA state hospital in 1851.  Her death certificate (which Gene has, but hasn't found to send me yet) states she died of ulcerative colitis on May 5, 1854 in the hospital.  Thomas and Louisa had three children together - Sofrana b. 1845, Cyrus b. 1847 and John Allen b. December 24, 1849.  In 1850 Thomas, Sofrana and Cyrus are living in Harris Co.  I have not found where Louisa and baby John are (perhaps being cared for by relatives?).  After Louisa died, Thomas remarried to Mary Henderson and had more children. John Allen reappears on the 1860 census (Wolf's Creek, St. Clair Co. AL) with the rest of the family.  He is now age 10.  By 1870, they are back in Harris GA.
By 1880, John Allen Harrington has married Anna America Massey (dau. of John J. and granddaughter of Pleasant Massey who also was born in SC and died in Coosa Co. AL).    John Allen and Anna had at least 8 children, and they moved from Lee Co. AL to Cass Co. TX where Anna died in 1903.  John Allen remarried and had more children. John later lived in Miller Co. AR and stayed in the Texarkana area until his death on Jan. 5, 1936.  His daughter Hester Lee Harrington is my husband's great grandmother.  She married George Gilbert Moulder. I have more on their descendants, but do not know much more about  Louisa. 
 
84.  NANCY10 ARLEDGE (SAMUEL L.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Bet. 1842 - 1843 in [May 1844?] [age 7 in 1850 census] Shelby Co, AL; living with mother in 1870 Baker Co AL.  She married (1) JOHN FAUST THAMES 27 Oct 1864 in [or 24 Sept 1864, acc to Rootsweb archives] Shelby Co AL [his name listed as John F. THOMAS in ancestry.com's AL Marriage Index].  He was born in Jemison, Chilton Co, AL; see Causbie web page for his ancestry, and died 1865 in Jemison, Chilton Co, AL.  She married (2) ELI GINN Abt. 1880 in Acc to 1900 Chilton CO AL census.  He was born 1852 in AL; HoH 1900 census Chilton Co, AL (Mineral Springs): Nancy Arledge, mo-in-law living with them.
 
Notes for NANCY ARLEDGE:
 
From Lee Ponder                    15 Jan 2000
 
Nancy ARLEDGE, born 1842.  She bore the title "Sis". (Fred Ward) -Called Sis (JoAnn Pecenka) Married 27 Oct 1864 at Shelby, Alabama, USA, John Faust THAMES, born 1841 at Jemison, Chilton, Alabama, USA, died 1865 at Jemison, son of John THAMES  and Ruth Banks COBB.
 
Nancy ARLEDGE and John Faust THAMES had no children listed in the database.
 
Notes for JOHN FAUST THAMES:
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/c/a/u/christia-d-causbie/ODT29-0010.h tml
 
Notes for ELI GINN:
1900 Mineral Springs, Chilton Co, AL ED 24 sheet 4B 9 Jun 1900
73 74 Guin or Ginn, Eli b 1852 age 48 married 20 yrs AL AL AL farmer
Nancy wife May 1844 age 56 4 births 3 living AL SC SC
William M son Apr 1882 age 18 AL AL AL farm laborer
Thomas H son Feb 1885 age 14 AL AL AL farm laborer
Arledge, Nancy, mother in law, Mar 1820 age 80 widow 12 births 10 living SC SC SC
     
Children of NANCY ARLEDGE and ELI GINN are:
              i.   WILLIAM M.11 GINN, b. Apr 1882.
              ii.   THOMAS H. GINN, b. Feb 1885.
 
 
85.  SAMUEL LOYD "SQUIRE"10 ARLEDGE (SAMUEL L.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Sep 1846 in GA [GA GA or SC SC][cem says 1851-1926]; Justice of Peace; Judge in Chilton Co, AL; HOH 1880, 1900 Chilton Co AL (Mims Crossroads/Springs); HOH 1910 Chilton Co (alone, with dau Mattie); HOH 1920 Chilton Co, AL (living alone, age 73), and died 1926 in Buried in Rocky Mount Methodist Cemetery, Jemison, Chilton, Co AL; Did he serve in CSA Civil War? Arledge, Samuel L. AL 20th Inf. Co. B.  He married (1) MARTHA LEDGE ROBINSON 07 Jan 1871 in Baker Co, AL spelled ALDRIDGE.  She was born Oct 1841 in AL [parents b GA; d/o Judge Mordecai Robinson]; may have previously been marr. to LEDGE; HOH 1920 Chilton Co, AL, age 75 b. TN (12/52/8/3), living alone, and died 1910 in Buried in Rocky Mount Methodist Cemetery, Jemison, Chilton, Co AL; Note: her sister, Adeline Robinson, lived with this family in 1920.  He married (2) SARAH A. (MRS.) BRASSELL 26 Feb 1891 in Elmore Co, AL; surety: A.D. Lewis.  She was born in Is she Sarah Arledge b. 1847 living alone in 1910 census in Chilton Co, AL?, and died Aug 1934 in Chilton Co, AL.
 
Notes for SAMUEL LOYD "SQUIRE" ARLEDGE:
1870 Baker Co AL (Pct 1, Chestnut Creek):
 
#104/104
ALDRIDGE, Nancy 49 Farmer SC
THOMAS, Nancy 26 Keeping house GA
 
#105/105
ALDRIDGE, Samuel 28 GA
Sarah 22 GA
Margarette 18 AL
Buchannon 16 AL
Josephine 12 AL
William 10 AL
Elbert 7 AL
Louisa 6 AL
 
1880 Chilton Co AL census:
 
18b     13     Arledge          James        15  B    Alabama pg0015a.txt
 
8B      24     Arledge         Claudis B     25     Alabama pg0008b.txt SC SC Farmer
8B      25     Arledge         Jane          24     Alabama pg0008b.txt SC SC Keeping house
8B      26     Arledge         William E     3      Alabama pg0008b.txt AL AL
 
10B     39     Arlidge         Elbert        18     Alabama pg0008b.txt  GA SC Farmer
10B     38     Arlidge         Nancy         59     South Carolina pg0008b.txt SC SC Keeping house
 
11A     18     Arlidge         Samuel L      33     Georgia pg0008b.txt GA GA Farmer
11A     19     Arlidge         Martha        34     Alabama pg0008b.txt GA GA Keeping house
11A     20     Arlidge         Samuel M      7      Alabama pg0008b.txt GA AL
11A     21     Arlidge         William L     5      Alabama pg0008b.txt GA AL
11A     22     Arlidge         Mary A        2      Alabama pg0008b.txt GA AL
 
Surname, Given Name, MI, Warantee Surname, Warantee Given Name:     SAMUEL ARLEDGE
Land Office:   MONTGOMERY
Document Number:   19157
Total Acres:   80.2
Issue Date:   December 28, 1889
Signature:   Yes
Canceled Document:   No
Mineral Rights Reserved:   No
Metes and Bounds:   No
Statutory Reference:   3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names:   No
Act or Treaty:   April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names:   No
Entry Classification:   Sale-Cash Entries
Legal Land Description: 
# Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section Township Range Section #
1 E½NW   ST STEPHENS No 20N 17E 33
 
1900 Chilton CO, AL:
 
Arledge, Claudieus B Dec 1844 45 AL; Rebecca J W Sept 1855 44 AL; Amos W s Aug 1881 18 AL; Paton A s Nov 1882 17 AL; Walter T s Mar 1888 12 AL; Eliza A d Feb 1895 10 AL; Robert T s Aug 1893 6 AL
 
Arledge, Elbert A Nov 1861 38 AL; Lidia A w April 1882 18 AL; Nora C d April 1891 9 AL
 
Arledge, Nancy Mar 1820 80 SC enumerated with Eli Gurin, Mother in law
 
Arledge, Samuel Sept 1846 53 GA; Martha w Oct 1841 58 AL; Campbell, Mattie d July 1880 19 AL; Arledge, John W. s April 1882 18 AL; Albert s June 1885 14; Robinson, Adaline s i l Sept 1846 52 AL
 
Arledge William E Oct 1875 24 AL; Ester A w ?? 1890 20 AL; Daisy d Aug 1899 9/12 AL
 
Here it is in more detail:
 
Arledge, Samuel L. [This is Samuel L. "Squire" Arledge, son of Samuel L. and Nancy]
    Lived in:  1 Precinct Mineral Springs, Chilton County, Alabama
    Series: T623     Microfilm:  7     Book:  2     Page:  5
#89/90 ARLEDGE Samuel L. Sept 1846 53 marr 28 GA SC SC
Martha wife Oct 1841 58 marr 28 6/4 AL GA GA
CAMPBELL Mattie dau Jul 1880 19 AL GA AL
ARLEDGE John W son Apr 1882 18 AL GA AL
Albert A son June 1885 14 AL GA GA
Robinson Adaline sis-in-law sep 1846 53 AL GA GA
 
 
1920 Chilton Co AL, Precinct 12, Mineral Springs, FM 94:
 
Arledge, Sam L. head MW 73 wd GA SC SC Justic Peace
 
 
Date:         Fri, 29 Mar 2002
From: Max Arledge        arled6@aol.com
Found this at Confederate Soldiers Home, Verbana AL.
Arledge Samuel L   20 inf Co. B  I think this is SL or squire both the same
Arledge T J   5 inf New co G  not sure who this is
Arledge W.E.  5th. Mil 4th. Vol. Co. K I think this is Lige or Elijah
 
Notes for SARAH A. (MRS.) BRASSELL:
1910: ARLEDGE//Sarah 35/9/16 W 63 b. 1847 (no state given)// living ALONE in Chilton Co.(Jamison Twp.)AL
     
Children of SAMUEL ARLEDGE and MARTHA ROBINSON are:
              i.   SAMUEL M. OR W.11 ARLEDGE, b. Abt. 1873, AL (age 7 in 1880 census as Samuel M.); 18 in 1900 (gives birth date as April 14, 1882, which is same as brother's; must be error).
              ii.   WILLIAM LLOYD ARLEDGE, b. 19 Mar 1875, [or Mar 9?] AL; "s/o S. L. and Martha Ledge Arledge" (age 5 in 1880 census); d. 19 May 1889, [or 1899?] Chilton Co, AL; Bur. Union Grove Cem (dates); killed when a tree fell on him that was being cut down.
             iii.   MARY ANN ARLEDGE, b. 1878, AL (age 2 in 1880 census); Ancestral File says 1873; d. Abt. 1960; m. HUBBARD GLASS; b. 1870, HOH 1930 Chilton CO AL.
 
Notes for MARY ANN ARLEDGE:
This family has an ARLEDGE nephew-
Arthur Glass 46 1883 Alabama Head White East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Emma Glass 38 1891   Wife   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Shelly R Glass 16 1913   Son   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
James L Glass 12 1917   Son   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Elouise Glass 10 1919   Daughter   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Maurice Glass 6 1923   Daughter   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Royce Glass 3 1926   Son   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
 
Hubbard Glass 59 1870 Alabama Head White East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Mary Glass 56 1873   Wife   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Mazzie Glass 33 1896   Daughter   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Clyde Glass 29 1900   Son   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Ola Glass 24 1905   Daughter   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Almond Glass 22 1907   Son   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Mattie L Glass 19 1910   Daughter   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Grady Glass 16 1913   Son   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Forest Glass 12 1917   Son   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Virginia Glass 10 1919   Daughter   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Armond Arledge 25 1904 Alabama Nephew White East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
 
Jap N Glass 44 1885 Alabama Head White East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Nellie Glass 37 1892   Wife   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Marvin Glass 18 1911   Son   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Cecil M Glass 11 1918   Adopted Son   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Carl Glass 5 1924   Son   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
John O Glass 45 1884 Alabama Head White East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Mae Glass 40 1889   Wife   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
Loy M Glass 12 1917   Daughter   East Pleasant, Chilton, AL
 
 
             iv.   MATTIE E. ARLEDGE, b. 03 Jul 1880, living w/ parents in 1900 Chilton Co AL census; with father in 1910 census; d. 04 Apr 1960, Jemison, Chilton Co, AL (grave says Mattie Busby); m. (1) ??? CAMPBELL; m. (2) JIM HARTWICK, Bef. 1919; m. (3) J. M. BUSBEE, Aft. 1921; b. 1864.
 
Notes for MATTIE E. ARLEDGE:
Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 From: "Elise and Paul Dauksevicz" <dauk@comcast.net>
 
Pam,
I stumbled upon your website of the Arledge family research while trying to do a little of my own research. I was actually trying to find some information on my great grandfather,  but had to start with my great grandmother who was Mattie Arledge from Chilton County Alabama.  My grandfather was her son - William Hartwick. Unfortunately, I don't have much more information than what I have found online.  My grandfather passed away a few years ago and my grandmother is a little sketchy about
the whole family. I was however very excited to see all of the information you had about the Arledge family- and believe it or not, my grandmother told me my great grandmother’s maiden name was Robinson.  It took me a while just to get to the fact that it was really Arledge.
Elise Dauksevicz
Hanson, MA
 
             v.   WILLIAM JOHN "BILL" ARLEDGE, b. 14 Apr 1882, AL [father GA mo AL]; HOH 1910 Chilton Co AL;  HOH 1920 Chilton Co, AL; farmer; HOH 1930 Mineral Springs, Chilton Co AL; d. Jul 1971, lived in Shelby, AL; m. ELIZA OR ELIZABETH M. ELLISON, Abt. 1909; b. 1892, AL [parents AL]; d. Feb 1928, Jefferson Co, AL [note on AL Death Index says "W.J."].
 
Notes for WILLIAM JOHN "BILL" ARLEDGE:
1920 Chilton Co, AL census, Precinct 12, Mineral Springs
 
FM 45
 
Arledge, William J. head 38 AL AL AL (all) Farmer
Eliza M. 28
Samuel L. 5
 
 
             vi.   ALONZA E. OR ELBERT ALONZO ARLEDGE, b. 30 Jun 1885, AL; HOH 1910 Chilton Co AL census [cem gives 1889 birth year]; HOH 1920 as ALDRICH; survived and was disfigured by coal mine explosion; served a prison term for shooting a man for telling a joke about his wife (did not kill him); d. 15 Sep 1929, Bur. Rocky Mount Methodist Cemetery, Jemison, AL; m. FAXIE ELLISON, 22 Dec 1904; b. 1882, Shelby Co, AL; d/o France Ellison and Maronia Glasscock; d. 13 Sep 1929, of a miscarriage; Bur. Rocky Mount Methodist Cemetery, Jemison, AL.
 
Notes for ALONZA E. OR ELBERT ALONZO ARLEDGE:
committed suicide after wife died of a miscarriage.
 
1910 Chilton Co, AL census:
 
Shellby Rd house 160
Elbert A.. Arledge head 24 married 4 years owns farm b. AL parents AL
Faxie wife 23 b. AL had 1 child parents AL
Orman son 4 b. AL parents AL
Adeline Robinson aunt b. AL parents AL
 
 
86.  MARGARET MONTIARIE10 ARLEDGE (SAMUEL L.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 21 Mar 1851 in Coffee CO, AL; related to Josephine Arledge?, and died 28 Nov 1921 in Sylacauga, AL.  She married JOBE CALLOWAY MIMS 24 Sep 1872 in Chilton CO, AL.  He was born 10 Mar 1849 in Coopers, Chilton CO, AL; parents Edward & Mariam; listed in 1850 census with family in Autauga Co, AL; HOH 1880 census next door to Mrs. Nancy Arledge; son of Edward Mims and Marian Callaway, and died 19 Sep 1927 in Prattville, Autauga Co, AL.
 
Notes for MARGARET MONTIARIE ARLEDGE:
1880 Mims Crossroads, Chilton Co, AL
 
10B 40  138 142 Mims          John C         w     m   31    Farmer Alabama         SC      Ga      0
10B 41  138 142 Mims          Margeret M     w     f   25  Wife  Keeping House   Alabama         GA      SC
10B 42  138 142 Mims          Francis A      w     f   5     0 Daughter      Alabama         Ala     Ala
10B 43  138 142 Mims          Sarah A        w     f   4     0 Daughter     Alabama         Ala     Ala
10B 44  138 142 Mims          Mary L         w     f   3     0 Daughter  Alabama         Ala     Ala     0
10B 45  138 142 Mims          Marth L        w     f   9/12  Aug Daughter       Alabama         Ala     Ala     0
 
 
From:         Cliff Norris <canorris@quik.com>
 
Her father, my grandfather, was Jobe Calloway Mims, born in Coopers, Chilton, Ala  on March 10,  1849 and died in Prattville, Autauga, Ala. on Spet. 19, 1927. Her mother, my Grandmother, was Margaret Montaire Arledge,  born in Coffee, Ala. on March 21, 1851 and died in Sylacauga, Ala. on Nov. 28,
1921. My great grandfather was Edward Mims, born 1816 in Edgefield, S.C. .  He was married to Marion Calloway in 1826 in Autauga, Ala.
 
 
Date:         Wed, 06 Feb 2002
From:         Cliff Norris <canorris@quik.com>
 
Pam,
Thanks for responding to my Email.  I don't have any information on the Arledge connection, except for my grandmother, Margaret Montaire Arledge.
 
Jobe Calloway Mims was my Grandfather,  born in coopers, Chilton, Ala on March 10, 1849, Margaret Montaire Arledge was my Grandmother, born in Coffee, Ala  on March 21, 1851, and died in Sylaco=auga, Ala. on Nov. 28, 1921
 
I am listing his children below.
:
(Fanny)-Frances Mims, married  Lewis Jones
Mary Lenora (Nora)  Mims married Sankley  Evers
Martha Emma Mims married Edward Chandler
Nancy Amanda (Mandy) Mimsmarried Jake May
Ola Jane Mims married Henry Winston Norris
Margaret(Mag) Mims-married a Quinn
Samual Edward  Mims married Betty ?
Joseph Mims married Missy  ?
James Claude Mims married Nellie  ?
Rubin Willey Mims married Ula  ?
 
My mother was Ola Jane, who married H.W. Norris.  Our family moved to a small town, Cramerton, N.C. which is about 15 miles from Charlotte, N.C. in 1925, and I was born in N.C. in 1926.
 
My aunt, Emma and her family, the Chandler s moved to Cramerton shortly after, then My Uncle Rubin and his family moved here after that.
 
The most interesting tid bit about Margaret Arledge was that after following my grandfather around a lot, and him being a roamer and not wanting to settle down, she finally ran a boarding house, either in
Prattville or Sylacouga, Ala.  My grandfather Jobe decided it was time to move on, but my mother and some of her sisters went to grandma and told her they didn't want to move again.  Grandma told Jobe to go ahead but she and the children were going to stan.  I understand he didn't go either.
 
I hope this will give you a little bit of assistance.
 
I will add the info you send to my file, and thank you again for your responce.
 
Cliff Norris
 
     
Children of MARGARET ARLEDGE and JOBE MIMS are:
              i.   JAMES CLAUDE11 MIMS, m. NELLIE ???.
              ii.   JOSEPH MIMS, m. MISSY ???.
             iii.   MARGARET "MAG" MIMS, m. ??? QUINN.
             iv.   NANCY AMANDA "MANDY" MIMS, b. 04 Feb 1881; d. 11 Oct 1945, Lincoln, AL; Bur. Oak Hill Cemetery, Prattville, AL; m. WILLIAM JACOB "JAKE" MAY, 13 Mar 1898, Autauga Co, AL; d. Bur. Oak Hill Cemetery, Prattville, AL.
 
Notes for NANCY AMANDA "MANDY" MIMS:
I descend from Margaret Arledge via her daughter Nancy Mandy Mims May , my grandmother being Mandy's daughter Marylee Audie May Purcell.  I am afraid I have nothing to share other than my grandmother's siblings.  I didn't even know who Margaret's father was.  I have an 1850 Coffee county AL census that is hard to read, couldn't tell if it was a James or Samuel Arledge.  Please share everything you have, documentation in particular.
 
Nancy Mandy Mims, born Feb 4, 1881,  died Oct 11, 1945, in Lincoln, AL, of pneumonia secondary to fracturing her hip (as per death certificate).She married William Jacob May on March 13, 1898, in Autauga County, AL.  Their children:
Mary Lee Audie Purcell b. 8-25-1899 d. Nov 19, 1966
William Joseph
Horace Benjamin
Jenny Lynn Allred
Ellen Eason
Nettie Ruth Pardue
Emma Jean Fowler
Allene Hopper
Katy (died in infancy)
 
William Jacob May, Mandy, and my grandmother are all buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Prattville, AL.
 
William Jacob May is the son of Benjamin H. May (and Mary Blocker dau of Jacob Blocker and Martha Tyler) who is the son of William E. May and Nancy Sears, all of Autauga County, AL.
 
Job Mims is the son of Edward Mims and Marian Callaway.
I don't know how much of this you might want.
 
Betty Purcell Jarrell
Huntsville, AL
<bjjarrell@usa.net>
 
             v.   OLA JANE MIMS, m. HENRY WINSTON NORRIS.
             vi.   RUBEN WILLY MIMS, m. ULA ???.
            vii.   SAMUEL EDWARD MIMS, m. BETTY ???.
           viii.   FRANCES A. "FANNY" MIMS, b. 1875; m. LEWIS JONES.
             ix.   SARAH A. MIMS, b. 1876.
             x.   MARY LENORA "NORA" MIMS, b. 1877; m. SANKLEY EVERS.
             xi.   MARTHA EMMA MIMS, b. Aug 1879; m. EDWARD CHANDLER.
 
 
87.  CLAUDIUS BUCHANNON "BUCK"10 ARLEDGE (SAMUEL L.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Dec 1854 in [or 1848? Cemetery says] AL [parents born SC]; listed HOH 1880 Chilton Co AL (Mims Crossroads); HOH 1900, 1910 census Chilton Co AL (Mineral Springs), and died 10 Jun 1910 in Chilton Co, AL; Bur. Union Grove Cemetery (gives death date).  He married REBECCA JANE "B. J." HEADLY Abt. 1874 in Married 36 years in 1910 census.  She was born 17 Apr 1852 in [or Sept 1855??] AL [parents SC]; age 24 in 1880 Chilton Co census; listed as wife in 1900 census; listed as wife in 1910 census; living with son Pate in 1920 Chilton Co, AL census, and died 31 Dec 1924 in Buried Union Grove Cemetery, Chilton Co, AL.
 
Notes for CLAUDIUS BUCHANNON "BUCK" ARLEDGE:
1880 Chilton Co, AL census:
 
18b     13     Arledge          James        15     Alabama pg0015a.txt
 
8B      24     Arledge         Claudis B     25     Alabama pg0008b.txt
8B      25     Arledge         Jane          24     Alabama pg0008b.txt
8B      26     Arledge         William E     3      Alabama pg0008b.txt
 
10B     39     Arlidge         Elbert        18     Alabama pg0008b.txt
10B     38     Arlidge         Nancy         59     South Carolina pg0008b.txt
 
11A     18     Arlidge         Samuel L      33     Georgia pg0008b.txt
11A     19     Arlidge         Martha        34     Alabama pg0008b.txt
11A     20     Arlidge         Samuel M      7      Alabama pg0008b.txt
11A     21     Arlidge         William L     5      Alabama pg0008b.txt
11A     22     Arlidge         Mary A        2      Alabama pg0008b.txt
 
Chilton, Alabama 1880 Federal Census, Beat 1,part 2, (File 2 of 2)
 
This Census was transcribed by David Dennis <ddennis2concentric.net> and
proofread by Jim and Donna Nix <N/A> for the USGenWeb Census Project http://www.usgenweb.org/census.
 
Census_Year: 1880
Microfilm: # T9, #6
State: AL
County: Chilton
Supervisor's District: 2
Enumerator's District: 27
Enumerator: D. Sartor
Enumerated: 1 June 1880
 
PG# LN# Dw# Fm# Last Name     First Name     Color Sex Age   Born Relationship   Sgl Mar W/D Mar/Yr  Occupation       #mo Ill? Blind Deaf Idoitic Insane Disab School  Read Write Birthplace      Father Mother  Comments
 
8B  24  99  103 Arledge       Claudis B      w     m   25    0    0 0   x   0   0       Farmer           0   0                0     0 0       0      0     0       x    x     Alabama         SC      SC 0
8B  25  99  103 Arledge       Jane           w     f   24    0    Wife 0   x   0   0       Keeping House    0   0                0     0 0       0      0     0       x    x     Alabama         SC      SC 0
8B  26  99  103 Arledge       William E      w     m   3     0    Son 0   0   0   0       0                0   0                0     0 0       0      0     0       0    0     Alabama         Ala     Ala 0
 
1900 Chilton Co AL:
 
Arledge, Claudious B.
    Lived in:  1 Precinct Mineral Springs, Chilton County, Alabama
    Series: T623     Microfilm:  7     Book:  2     Page:  10        
#182/183  ARLEDGE, Claudius Dec 1854 45 marr 26 yrs AL SC SC Farmer owns
Rebecca J. wife sep 1851 49 marr 26 yrs 7/6 AL SC SC
Amos W. son Aug 1881 18 AL Farm laborer
Paton A. son Nov 1882 17 AL
Walter F. Nov 1888 12 AL
Eliza A. Feb 1890 10 AL
Robert L. Aug 1893 6 AL
 
1910 Chilton Co AL census:
 
Arledge, Claud B 58      AL    
    State:  Alabama    
    County:  CHILTON    
    Locale:  MINERAL SPRING    
    Series:  T624    
    Roll:  6    
    Part:  1    
    Page:  200B    
 
Shellby Rd
house 160
Elbert A.. Arledge head 24 married 4 years owns farm b. AL parents AL
Faxie wife 23 b. AL had 1 child parents AL
Orman son 4 b. AL parents AL
Adeline Robinson aunt b. AL parents AL
 
house 161
Sam L- Arledge head 62 (twin to Adeline?) widower b. GA parents GA
Mattie Carmel? dau 29 widow had no children b. AL father GA mother AL
 
Calesa and Mapleville Rd.
house 163
John W. Arledge head 28? b AL father GA mother AL farmer
Eliza wife 18 married 1 year no children B. AL parents AL
 
house 171
William E. Arledge head 34 married 11 years b. AL parents AL Farmer owns farm
Ester wife 21 married 11 years b. AL parents AL 4 children 3 alive
Daisy dau 10 b. AL parents AL
Emma dau 9 b. AL parents AL
Beatrice dau 3 b. AL parents AL
Robert brother 17 b. AL parents AL
 
house 172
Claud B. Arledge head 58 married 1 time for 36 years born AL parents SC Farmer owns farm
Janie wife 54 married 1 time for 36 years 7 children 6 alive born AL parents SC
Walter son 21 b. AL parents AL
William Cook hired man 60 widow b. AL parents AL
     
Children of CLAUDIUS ARLEDGE and REBECCA HEADLY are:
              i.   WILLIAM ELIJAH "LIGE"11 ARLEDGE, b. 17 Oct 1875, AL [parents AL]; HOH 1900 (next door to uncle Elbert H), 1910 Chilton Co AL (Mineral Springs) farmer owns farm; as "Lige Arledge, " HOH 1920 Chilton Co, AL; HOH 1930 East Pleasant, Chilton AL, farmer; d. 13 Feb 1963, Bur. Union Grove Cemetery, Chilton Co, AL; m. ESTHER ARDELLA DUBOISE, 31 Aug 1898, Chilton Co, AL; performed by S.L. Arledge, JP; b. 23 Feb 1879, need to check date from cemetery (Feb 13, 1879?); census says 1880 AL; d. 18 Oct 1943, Bur. Rocky Mount Methodist Cemetery, Jemison, AL; however, AL Death Index says Oct 19, 1943 in Jefferson Co, AL.
 
Notes for WILLIAM ELIJAH "LIGE" ARLEDGE:
1920 Chilton Co, AL census, Precinct 12, Mineral Springs
 
FM 72
 
Arledge, Lige A. head 42 AL AL AL (for all)
Esta M. wife 40
Emm dau 17
Beatrice dau 12
Odell dau 5
Wadson son 1 5/12
 
FM 71
 
Arledge Pate head 37  AL GA AL
Janer (?) mother 66 AL SC SC
Piker, Charles C. lodger 46 GA GA GA
 
1930 Chilton CO, AL East Pleasant Dist 3 House 72 (owns)
 
Arledge, Eliga 54 m 22 no yes
Ester 51 m 19 no yes AL AL AL
Odell 15 F
Watson 11 S
 
Notes for ESTHER ARDELLA DUBOISE:
Date:         Mon, 1 Oct 2001
From:         "Donald Arledge" <DroverDAnne@msn.com>
 
Hi Pam:
I hope this finds you doing good, We were in Chilton, CO Sunday and went to my Mom and Dads Gravesite in Rocky mount Cemetary. I found these graves. From the way the headstones are placed I think it is Daughter, Mother and Grandmother left to right facing the Graves. I'll list them as such.
Daisy Arledge Robertson ( Daut I think)Aug-6-1898 July-1-1990 Inscribed on the headstone.
Mother
Ester Adella DuBoise Arledge.Feb-13-1879 Oct-18-1943
Grandmother
Margaret DuBoise Feb-5-1854    Sept-13-1919.
I checked Alonza headstone again, it is Alonza E Arledge. Possibly an engravers error.
 
              ii.   AMOS W. ARLEDGE, b. Aug 1881, AL [parents AL]; carpenter; HOH 1920 census, Jefferson Co, AL 44/15/3/3 (lived on Martin Ave, Birmingham); HOH 1930 census Bham, Jefferson Co, AL; m. MARY LOU ???, 1916, acc to 1930 census; b. 1896, TN [parents TN NC].
 
Notes for AMOS W. ARLEDGE:
family stories say he was AWOL in WWI
 
1920 Jefferson Co, AL census (Birmingham City, Martin Addition, #3830)
 
43/51 Arledge, Amos W. 38 AL AL AL Carpenter
Mary Lou 24 TN TN NC
Amos W. 2 AL AL TN
43/52 Arledge, Robert 26 AL AL AL Heater, Coke and Iron Furnace
Alma 26 AL AL AL
 
 
             iii.   PATTON A. "PATE" ARLEDGE, b. 23 Nov 1882, [may be 11-23-1881] AL; HOH 1920 Chilton Co, AL (no family at this time; mother living with him); HOH 1930 Mineral Springs, Chilton CO, AL w/ no children listed; d. 25 Oct 1957, Chilton Co, AL; Bur. Pleasant Hill Cemetery; m. CELIA OR SELIE SAMMONS, Abt. 1919, acc to 1930 census; b. 19 Oct 1881, AL (parents AL); d. 21 Oct 1969, Chilton Co, AL; Bur. Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
 
Notes for PATTON A. "PATE" ARLEDGE:
1920 Chilton Co, AL census, Precinct 12, Mineral Springs
 
FM 72
 
Arledge, Lige A. head 42 AL AL AL (for all)
Esta M. wife 40
Emm dau 17
Beatrice dau 12
Odell dau 5
Wadson son 1 5/12
 
FM 71
 
Arledge Pate head 37  AL GA AL
Janer (?) mother 66 AL SC SC
Piker, Charles C. lodger 46 GA GA GA
 
             iv.   WALTER T. ARLEDGE, b. Mar 1888, living with father in 1910 census, Chilton Co AL; HOH 1930 Shelby, Cleveland Co NC, scales operator; m. JENNIE ???, 1928; b. 1904, NC NC NC.
             v.   ELIZA A. ARLEDGE, b. Feb 1890.
             vi.   ROBERT L. ARLEDGE, b. Aug 1893, AL; brother of William E. Arledge (with him  in 1910 Chilton AL census); HOH 1920 Jefferson Co, AL (lived on Martin Ave, Birmingham); m. ALMA ???; b. Abt. 1894, AL.
 
Notes for ROBERT L. ARLEDGE:
1920 Jefferson Co, AL census (Birmingham City, Martin Addition, #3830)
 
43/51 Arledge, Amos W. 38 AL AL AL Carpenter
Mary Lou 24 TN TN NC
Amos W. 2 AL AL TN
43/52 Arledge, Robert 26 AL AL AL Heater, Coke and Iron Furnace
Alma 26 AL AL AL
 
 
            vii.   TED A. ARLEDGE, b. 1893, Served in 316th FA 81st Div (info from cemetery); d. 1942, Bur. Union Grove Cemetery, Chilton Co, AL.
           viii.   VANES ALMON * ARLEDGE, b. 11 Mar 1905, "Grandson of G.B. and B. J. Arledge"; d. 08 May 1909, Buried Union Grove Cemetery, Chilton Co, AL.
 
 
88.  WILLIAM J.10 ARLEDGE (SAMUEL L.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 08 Oct 1859 in [or August 10?] GA GA GA;  B'ham City Directory 1890; HOH 1920 Jefferson Co, AL (2629 1/2 Ave. F, Birmingham), car repairer for Railroad, and died 13 Jan 1931 in Chilton Co, AL [death index says Jefferson Co AL]; Bur. Union Grove Cem (dates).  He married SUSAN ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" WILLIS.  She was born 21 Feb 1876 in AL GA GA; Wilkes Co, GA--> Chilton Co, AL, and died 04 Feb 1928 in [or 1-13-1931?] Birmingham, AL; Bur. Union Grove Cem, Chilton Co, AL.
 
Notes for WILLIAM J. ARLEDGE:
1890 Birmingham City Directory: carpenter at Rolling Mill, living at Church and Elyton
 
1920 Jefferson Co, AL census, Birmingham City, ED# 30; 2629
 
19/27 Arledge William J. head 61 GA GA GA, car repairer, steam RR; Lizzie wife 43 AL GA GA; renters;
19/28 Arledge  Coulborn head 27 AL AL AL clerk, lunch counter; Lolla wife 26 AL AL AL, clerk, jewelry co; renters
 
     
Children of WILLIAM ARLEDGE and SUSAN WILLIS are:
              i.   possibly WILLIAM * [AL]11 ARLEDGE, b. 22 Apr 1887, SS# issued in AL; d. Feb 1964; Stepchild.
              ii.   possibly ROBERT * [JEFFERSON AL] ARLEDGE, b. 01 Jun 1888, SS# issued in AL; may be the Robert ALDRICH listed as hired man in Bryant household in 1910 Coosa Co, AL;  in 1910 listed as boarder with Mattie Ellis in 1930 census, Birmingham, Jefferson Co, AL; carpenter, odd jobs; d. May 1967, lived in Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL; Stepchild; m. ???, 1908, acc to 1930 census.
             iii.   possibly THOMAS * [JEFFERSON CO AL] ARLEDGE, b. Abt. 1887, HOH 1910 census Jefferson Co AL (Bessemer) as Thomas ARLIDGE; Stepchild; m. VRESTER(?) ???; b. Abt. 1888.
             iv.   SUMNER COULBOURN ARLEDGE, b. 23 Jul 1891, Elyton, Jefferson Co, AL; d. 16 Jun 1945, Jefferson Co, AL; m. LOLLA B. ???, 1912, acc to 1930 census; b. Bet. 1892 - 1894, AL; d. 10 Oct 1948, Jefferson Co, AL.
             v.   possibly ELBERT HOWARD * [ AL] ARLEDGE, b. Oct 1896, living with aunt Jane Montgomery in 1900 & 1910 census, Jefferson Co AL (Irondale); d. 11 Feb 1918, Jefferson Co, AL; Stepchild.
 
 
89.  ELBERT H. OR A.10 ARLEDGE (SAMUEL L.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 18 Nov 1862 in [or 1861?] AL [father b SC/GA mother b SC]; Farmer; living w/mother 1880 census; HOH 1900 Chilton Co AL (Mineral Springs) gave birth year as Nov 1861, and died 03 Mar 1900 in [may be 1906 or 1908 or 3-8-00] Chilton Co, AL; Bur. Union Grove Cem (dates).  He married (1) M. D. SMITH 11 Jan 1883 in Chilton Co, AL performed by S.L. Arledge JP.    He married (2) LYDIA A. ??? Abt. 1899.  She was born Apr 1882 in AL; 1900 census says married one year.  He married (3) ADA SMITH.  She was born 1882 in HOH as Ada ARLEDGE in 1910 Chilton AL census.
 
Notes for ELBERT H. OR A. ARLEDGE:
1880 Chilton Co, AL census:
 
10B     39     Arlidge         Elbert        18     Alabama    son pg0008b.txt
10B     38     Arlidge         Nancy         59     South Carolina pg0008b.txt
 
1900 Chilton Co, AL (Mineral Springs):
 
#91/92 ARLEDGE Elbert H Nov 1861 38 married one year AL SC SC Farmer
Lidia A. wife Apr 1882 18 AL AL AL
Nora C. dau Apr 1891AL AL AL
#92/93 ARLEDGE Wiliam E Oct 1875 24 marr. 2 years AL AL AL Farmer
Ester L. 1880 20
Daisy Aug 1899 9/12 AL AL AL
 
     
Child of ELBERT ARLEDGE and M. SMITH is:
              i.   NORA C.11 ARLEDGE, b. Apr 1891, AL AL AL; source: 1900 Chilton Co AL census.
 
     
Children of ELBERT ARLEDGE and ADA SMITH are:
              ii.   ELBERT C.11 ARLEDGE, b. 16 Nov 1901, of Clanton, Chilton Co, AL; d. Mar 1972, lived in Pinson, Jefferson Co, AL.
             iii.   SALLIE ARLEDGE OR VANDERSLICE, b. 03 Feb 1903, of Clanton, Chilton Co, AL; m. ??? ARLEDGE, Abt. 1920.
 
Notes for SALLIE ARLEDGE OR VANDERSLICE:
Date:         Sat, 2 Sep 2000
From:         Luxci@webtv.net
 
Hi Pam, Here is what I have. Sallie Vanderslice, daughter of David
Vanderslice and Ada, was born 1903 in Alabama. She very well may have
been a Arledge by birth and was on the census with her mother and
stepfather and therefore seen as a Vanderslice instead of an Arledge.
I also have two other group sheets of David Vanderslice. On one he
married Ada  ? and had 3 children, Sallie born 1903 in Alabama and
married Arledge, Connie Leroy born 1919 in AL and Monnie Odelle born
1922 in AL. The second group sheet shows David Vanderslice married to
Ida ? (Ada?) and they had 1 child that I have recorded, Lonnie Columbus
born 1917 in Alabama.
 
Ann Torbett, Keeper of the Vanderslice list.
 
             iv.   JOHN WILLIAM ARLEDGE, b. 20 Apr 1905, "s/o E.H. and Ada Arledge"; d. 14 Feb 1911, Chilton Co, AL; Bur. Union Grove Cem (dates).
             v.   HENRY JASPER ARLEDGE, b. 06 Mar 1908, [or Mar 9] "s/o E.H. and Ada Arledge" of Clanton, Chilton Co, AL; d. 21 Jul 1909, Chilton Co, AL; Bur. Union Grove Cem (dates).
 
 
90.  TENNESSEE10 ARLEDGE (??? [MARION TN]9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Bet. 1866 - 1872 in Who is her father??, and died Bet. 1905 - 1910 in prob. Marion Co, TN.  She married DOCK STARLING 19 Apr 1884 in Marion Co, TN.  He was born 1865 in TN; HOH 1910 Marion CO TN census.
     
Children of TENNESSEE ARLEDGE and DOCK STARLING are:
              i.   KATIE11 STARLING, b. 1891.
              ii.   WILLIAM STARLING, b. 1899.
             iii.   CARLOS STARLING, b. 1905.
 
 
91.  JOHN L. ALDRIDGE/10 ARLEDGE (WILLIAM NICHOLAS ALDRIDGE/9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Jul 1853 in AL [parents AL]; HOH 1880 Crews, Coosa Co, AL (#252); 1900 Tallapoosa Co, AL (Pct 12) as ALRIDGE;  1910 Tallapoosa (12 Pct); listed as ALDRIDGE in 1930 Tallassee, Elmore Co AL census as father in household of son Will ALDRIDGE. Age 79, m at age 22, retired, and died Aft. 1930.  He married CYNTHIA B. ??? Abt. 1874 in acc to 1900 census.  She was born Mar 1852.
     
Children of JOHN ARLEDGE and CYNTHIA ??? are:
              i.   WILLIAM T.11 ARLEDGE, b. Jul 1875, AL; HOH 1920 census in Elmore Co, AL as William T. ALDRIGE; in 1930, Tallassee, Elmore Co, AL as Will ALDRIDGE; m. FANNIE ???; b. Bet. 1882 - 1887, All children b. AL.
 
Notes for WILLIAM T. ARLEDGE:
1920 census:
Aldrige, William T  43  1876  Alabama  AL AL White  Tallassee, Elmore, Alabama    
Fannie 36
William J. 19
Joseph 18
John H. 10
Beatrice 8
Mary F. 5
Minnie L. 1
 
 
              ii.   JOHN F. ARLEDGE, b. Aug 1877, AL; m. MARY E. ???, Bef. 1900; b. Feb 1877, listed with husband's family in 1900 census.
             iii.   SETH MACK ARLEDGE, b. 13 Sep 1879, AL [parents AL] HOH 1910 Coosa Co, AL (Rockford); 1920 Elmore Co AL (Tallassee) as ALDRIDGE, working in cotton mill; HOH 1930 Tallassee, Elmore Co, AL as ALRIDGE; WWI Draft records; m. IDA ??? FORREST, Abt. 1906; b. GA; d. Bef. 1920.
 
Notes for SETH MACK ARLEDGE:
1920
Aldridge, Seth M  40  wid 1879  Alabama  White  Rockford, Coosa, Alabama  AL AL AL
Fred P. 20 GA AL GA
Fannie O. 8 AL AL GA
Eva M. 16 AL AL GA
Mack L. 11 AL AL GA
Amie or Annie B. 10 AL AL GA
 
1910 United States Federal Census > Alabama > Coosa > Rockford > District 61
Seth M. ALdridge married 4 years
Ida Aldridge (her second marriage)(first to Forrest)6 children 5 still alive
(3 stepchildren-name Forrest in house)
Mack S. Aldridge son age 2
Annie R.? Aldridge 5 months
 
WWI draft reg.-12 Sept. 1918
Name:        Seth Mack Aldridge
Birth:        13 Sep 1879
brown hair brown eyes medium build
nearest relative Fannie Aldridge (his daughter)
Home Rockford, Coosa, AL
 
1920 United States Federal Census > Alabama > Coosa > Rockford > District 62
Seth M. Aldridge 40 AL AL AL Farmer
Fred P. 25 AL AL GA
Fannie 18 AL AL GA
Eva M. 16 AL AL GA
Mack E. 11 AL AL GA
Annie R. 10 AL AL GA
 
1930 United States Federal Census > Alabama > Coosa > Concord > District 13
Mack S.Aldridge 50 widow farmer
Mack E. 21
 
U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Recordinfo
about Mack E Aldridge
Name:        Mack E Aldridge
Birth Year:        1919
Race:        White, citizen
Nativity State or Country:        Alabama
State:        Alabama
County or City:        Morgan
Enlistment Date:        27 Jan 1941
Enlistment State:        Alabama
Enlistment City:        Decatur
Branch:        Corps of Engineers
Branch Code:        Corps of Engineers
Grade:        Private First Class
Grade Code:        Private First Class
Component:        National Guard (Officers, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men)
Source:        National Guard
        Education:        3 years of high school
Civil Occupation:        Automobile Serviceman
Marital Status:        Single, without dependents
Height:        72
Weight:        182
 
 
 
             iv.   MARY LILLIE ARLEDGE, b. Jul 1883, AL.
             v.   CYNTHIA A. ARLEDGE, b. Nov 1885, AL.
             vi.   JAMES D. ARLEDGE, b. Jul 1887, AL.
            vii.   WARREN F. ARLEDGE, b. Aug 1889, AL.
           viii.   FRANK N. ARLEDGE, b. 1890, AL.
 
 
92.  THOMAS B. OR D. ALDRIDGE/10 ARLEDGE (WILLIAM NICHOLAS ALDRIDGE/9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Bet. 1854 - 1855 in AL (parents b. AL GA); 1870 Adkins, Coosa Co, AL living w/ Sinclair family; HOH 1880 Crews,  Coosa Co, AL; HOH 1910 Tallapoosa Co (Red Ridge), AL as ALDRICH; then Chilton CO, AL , then HOH Muscogee Co, GA 1920 as ALRIDGE MW 65 M; operator of cotton mill, and died 11 Feb 1925 in Bur. Riverdale Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee Co, GA.  He married SARAH "SALLIE" MAE JORDAN 1875 in 1910 census says married 35 years; may be the "T. E. Alderdridge and L. D. Jorden" transcribed as married 21 Aug 1879 in Coosa Co, AL.  She was born Abt. 1855 in AL (parents b. AL or father AL mother SC) d/o Warren Jordan and Winney Wright m in Russell Co, AL; HOH 1870 Coosa Co AL -Socapatoy; had 6 children, and died 25 Jan 1930 in Muscogee CO, GA;  Bur. Riverdale Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee Co, GA.
 
Notes for THOMAS B. OR D. ALDRIDGE/ ARLEDGE:
1880 Crews, Coosa Co, AL:
 
Thomas D. ALDRIGE    Self    M    Male    W    23    AL    Farmer    AL    AL
 Sally ALDRIGE   Wife   M   Female   W   23   AL   Farm Laborer   AL   AL
 
Source Information:
  Census Place Crews, Coosa, Alabama
  Family History Library Film   1254009
  NA Film Number   T9-0009
  Page Number   195A
 
1910 Tallapoosa Co, AL Pct 9 Red Ridge
ALDRICH Thomas B. 55 married 35 yrs AL AL GA Tenant farmer (rest of family as laborers); can read but not write
Sarah wife 55 marr 35 yrs 6/3 AL AL SC can't read or write
Robert L son 19 AL AL AL can read and write
James R son 15 AL AL AL can read but not write
DENNIS Susan dau 29 widowed 2/2 AL AL AL can read and write
Eugene grson 5 AL AL AL
Clarence grson 2 AL AL AL
 
From susanaldridge2000@yahoo.de, 4 Nov 2003:
 
SARA ALDRIDGE:
 
Place of Death/State - Georgia                     Died in City Hospital
County:  Muscogee
City or Town:  Columbus
 
Age at death:  72                                         Date of Death:  January 25, 1930                             
Birthplace:  Alabama                                   Cause of Death:  Hypertension Myocarditis
Occupation:  Domestic                                Autopsy:  No
Buried:  Riverdale Cemetery in Columbus, Georgia      Date of burial:  January 25, 1930
 
Name of Father:  Warren T. Jordan*            Birthplace:  Alabama
Name of Mother: Winnie Wright *               Birthplace:  Alabama
Informant:  Mrs. Susie Spurlock of Columbus, Georgia
 
*I have the marriage license for Warren T. Jordan and Winnie Wright
 
From the Burial records from Riverdale Cemetery:
 
Name:  Aldridge, Sara                                             Sex:  Female
Date of Interment:  January 25, 1930                    Section:  Pauper
Age:  72                                                                  Place of death:  City Hospital, Columbus
 
THOMAS D. ALDRIDGE
 
Place of Death/State - Georgia                      Died in Old City Hospital
County:  Muscogee
City or Town:  Columbus
 
Age at death:  65                                           Date of Death:  February 11, 1925
Birthplace:  Alabama                                    Cause of Death:  Uremia
Occupation:  Farmer                                     Autopsy:  No
Buried:  Riverdale Cemetery in Columbus, Georgia         Date of Burial:  February 12, 1925
 
Name of Father:  William Nicholas Aldridge       Birthplace:  Alabama
Name of Mother:  Susie Mack                            Birthplace:  Alabama
Informant:  Susie Spurlock of Columbus, Georgia
 
From the Burial Records from Riverdale Cemetery:
 
Name:  Aldridge, Thomas D.                              Sex:  Male
Date of Interment:  February 12, 1935              Lot # 18, Row 14
Age:  65                                                              Section:  Pauper
Place of Death:  City Hospital, Columbus
 
1870 Coosa Co, AL census:
 
Adkins Beat- 20th July 1870
 
? James Aldridge 10 with Mrs. M A Hughs 54 and boarders (very wealthy: $1500 2500) #43
 
Thomas D. Aldridge 14 b AL with household 86 Colier Sinclair 57 NC, M A 44 NC, M H 50 NC, Catherine 84 Scotland
 
Mary Aldridge 70 b SC with Roberson family
 
HH 110: N. Aldridge 45 GA, Susan 44 GA John 16 AL, Almeada 15 AL, Cater 12 AL, James 7, AL, Morgan 4 AL, Franklin 6 AL, Margaret 1 AL
 
Notes for SARAH "SALLIE" MAE JORDAN:
 I have just found Thomas's wife Sara Mae Jordan with her father Warren in 1870 Coosa -Socapatoy.
     
Children of THOMAS ARLEDGE and SARAH JORDAN are:
              i.   SUSAN11 ALDRIDGE, b. Abt. 1882, AL; did she first marry a Dennis? listed as daughter with parents in 1910 Tallapoosa Co, AL and 1920 Muscogee Co, GA census with two children; d. 1941, Phenix City, AL; Bur. Riverdale Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee Co, GA; m. (1) ??? DENNIS, Bef. 1902; d. Bef. 1920; m. (2) JOHN C. SPURLOCK, 1903, Chilton Co, AL; d. Bef. 1910.
 
Notes for SUSAN ALDRIDGE:
1910 Tallapoosa Co, AL Pct 9 Red Ridge
ALDRICH Thomas B. 55 married 35 yrs AL AL GA Tenant farmer (rest of family as laborers); can read but not write
Sarah wife 55 marr 35 yrs 6/3 AL AL SC can't read or write
Robert L son 19 AL AL AL can read and write
James R son 15 AL AL AL can read but not write
DENNIS Susan dau 29 widowed 2/2 AL AL AL can read and write
Eugene grson 5 AL AL AL
Clarence grson 2 AL AL AL
 
              ii.   ROBERT LEE ALDRIDGE, b. Abt. 1890, Oct 5 , 1890 (dau) and Nov. 12 1892 on his gravestone; prob. Macon Co, GA; He was working at the depot near Riverside, St. Clair Co, AL  after leaving Columbus, GA where he was supposedly working in a mill (Cotton?); worked in mines in Illinois in 1920s;; d. 11 Feb 1946, Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL; Bur. Virginal Mines cemetery; m. (1) PHOEBE ???; d. Nov 1911, Shelby Co, AL; m. (2) CORA ANN MEWBOURN; b. 18 Sep 1902, Riverside, St.Clair Co, AL; d. Sep 1978, Birmingham, Jefferson Co, AL.
 
Notes for ROBERT LEE ALDRIDGE:
On Robert's death cert. it says his father is Tom Aldridge from Macon GA and his mother unknown.
 
             iii.   JAMES R. ALDRIDGE/ ARLEDGE, b. Abt. 1895, AL [is he the same as Jim Arledge listed in 1930 Elmore Co AL census age 29 as prisoner?.
 
 
93.  KATES OR CATER ALDRIDGE/10 ARLEDGE (WILLIAM NICHOLAS ALDRIDGE/9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Sep 1856 in 1900 HOH Chilton Co, AL 5th Pct as ALDRIDGE.  He married SARAH ??? Abt. 1885 in acc to 1900 census.  She was born Mar 1858.
 
Notes for KATES OR CATER ALDRIDGE/ ARLEDGE:
Aldridge, Kates
    Lived in:  5 Precinct, Chilton County, Alabama 1900
    Series: T623     Microfilm:  7     Book:  2     Page:  87         See Image
ALDRIDGE, Kates Sept 1856 43 marr 15 yrs AL GA GA
Sarah Mar 1858 42 marr 15 6/3 AL AL AL
Robert M. June 1889 10 AL
Jannie Feb 1894 6 AL
Ider Nov 1897 2 AL
 
     
Children of KATES ARLEDGE and SARAH ??? are:
              i.   ROBERT M. ALDRIDGE/11 ARLEDGE, b. Jun 1889.
              ii.   JANNIE ARLEDGE, b. Feb 1894.
             iii.   IDA ARLEDGE, b. Nov 1897.
 
 
94.  ROBERT C.10 ARLEDGE (JOSEPH9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Abt. Nov 1858 in AL; HOH 1900 census Elmore Co AL; 1910 Chilton Co AL; 1920 Chilton Co, AL as Railroad foreman); 1930 Chilton CO, AL(Pct 5) age 69, Railroad foreman, and died in Did he die May 1933 in Autauga Co, AL?.  He married (1) MATTIE W. ???.  She was born 1869 in SC, and died in There is a record of a Martha Ann Arledge 1859-1935 buried in Marbury Cem, Autauga Co, AL. Is this the same person?.  He married (2) MARTHA "MOLLIE" A. SMITH 23 Sep 1883 in Chilton Co, AL (1930 census says he was 25 and she was 15).  She was born Nov 1868 in SC (1910 census says SC SC GA; 1930 census says SC SC SC), and died 20 May 1947 in Jefferson Co, AL; however, Marbury Baptist Church Cemetery, Autauga, Alabama has a listing for Martha Ann Arledge 1859-1935: who is this?.
 
Notes for ROBERT C. ARLEDGE:
1910 Chilton Co AL Beat 5 #189
 
Arledge, Robert Head WM 50 m 27AL AL AL Railroad Foreman
Mollie WF 41 m1 27 AL AL GA
Effie 20 AL
Lottie 16 AL
John 14 AL
Exie 11 AL
Lexie 11 AL
 
1920 Chilton Co, AL census
 
Pct 5 Verbena, Mountain Creek Village
 
#245/264 Arledge, Roby head  MW 60 AL AL AL Section foreman, Railroad
Mattie wife FW 51 SC SC SC
Spl....  ..y [illegible, scribbled out] Dau 26 Div AL AL SC  [this would probably be Lottie with a married name]
Ann granddau 2.5 AL KY AL
 
1930 Chilton Co AL Pct 5
 
Arledge, Robert MW 69 m 25 AL AL AL Section foreman, Railroad
Martha A  FW 61 m 15 SC SC SC
Lottie Ellis FW 36 Wid AL AL SC daughter
Robert MW 12 AL Indiana AL grandson
     
Children of ROBERT ARLEDGE and MARTHA SMITH are:
              i.   WILLIAM PATON OR PAYTON11 ARLEDGE, b. Aug 1884, AL; in 1920 Chatham Co, GA census, this family boarding with Benjamin Ingram at 127 W. Oglethorpe, Savannah; d. Dec 1935, Montgomery Co, AL; m. FANNY LOUISE OR LOIS MARKETT; b. Abt. 1890, AL; d/o Narcissus Holliday and James Markett of Chambers, AL; she was HOH 1930 in LaGrange, Troup Co, GA (where was her husband?).
 
Notes for FANNY LOUISE OR LOIS MARKETT:
1930 census
Lois Arledge 41 1888 Alabama Head White La Grange, Troup, GA
Marceline Arledge 19 1910   Daughter   La Grange, Troup, GA
Frances Arledge 17 1912   Daughter   La Grange, Troup, GA
Evelyn Arledge 15 1914   Daughter   La Grange, Troup, GA
James Arledge 12 1917   Son   La Grange, Troup, GA
Sue Arledge 10 1919   Daughter   La Grange, Troup, GA
 
 
              ii.   THOMAS J. ARLEDGE, b. Jul 1886, AL; went to San Angelo, Tom Green Co, TX (HOH in Tom Green Co, TX in 1920); m. ELIZABETH B. MCKEE; b. 03 Nov 1885, AL; in 1920 census, her mother N. E. McKee and brother O. O. McKee living with her; d. 07 Jul 1940, Bur. Clanton City Cemetery, Chilton Co, AL.
             iii.   ROBERT C. ARLEDGE, b. Jun 1887, AL; HOH in Clark Co, KY in 1920 (Winchester) working for the railroad; HOH 1930 in Selma, Dallas Co, AL; building contractor; m. NEVA N. ???, Abt. 1910; b. Bet. 1889 - 1891, AL.
             iv.   EFFIE ARLEDGE, b. Feb 1890.
             v.   MATTIE ARLEDGE, b. Mar 1892, AL.
             vi.   LOTTIE OR LETTICE ARLEDGE, b. Mar 1894, AL; divorced and living w/ parents in 1920; widowed and living with parents in 1930 census; m. (1) ??? ELLIS; b. Indiana (acc to 1930 census listing for son); d. Bef. 1930; m. (2) ??? SPURLOCK; b. KY.
            vii.   JOHN ARLEDGE, b. Jan 1896, AL; HOH 1930 in Lacon, Morgan Co, AL (no children listed); m. ANNIE PEARL ???.
           viii.   EXIE OR ETHEL ARLEDGE, b. Jul 1898, twin; AL.
             ix.   LEXIE ARLEDGE, b. Jul 1898, twin; AL.
 
 
95.  MATTIE10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS J.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born in Shelby Co, AL.  She married DAN STANLEY. 
     
Children of MATTIE ARLEDGE and DAN STANLEY are:
              i.   LEROY11 STANLEY.
              ii.   J. B. STANLEY.
             iii.   LENARD STANLEY.
             iv.   CHARLES STANLEY.
             v.   JOHN STANLEY.
             vi.   WILLIE MAE STANLEY.
            vii.   LAURINE STANLEY.
           viii.   LOUISE STANLEY.
             ix.   PEGGY STANLEY.
             x.   EDITH STANLEY.
 
 
96.  MISSOURI OR CYNTHIA10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS J.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 27 Oct 1861 in Shelby Co, AL, and died 27 Apr 1940 in Bur. Union Grove Cemetery, Bibb Co, AL.  She married B. FRANK NORTHCUTT.  He was born 10 Mar 1856 in Bibb Co, AL, and died 01 Apr 1941 in Bur. Union Grove Cemetery, Bibb Co, AL.
     
Children of MISSOURI ARLEDGE and B. NORTHCUTT are:
              i.   LONNIE11 NORTHCUTT.
              ii.   JIM NORTHCUTT.
             iii.   JOHN NORTHCUTT.
             iv.   BIRDIE NORTHCUTT.
             v.   MINNIE NORTHCUTT.
             vi.   MYRTLE NORTHCUTT.
            vii.   FRANKIE NORTHCUTT.
           viii.   LOUDIE NORTHCUTT.
 
 
97.  MOLLIE10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS J.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Abt. 1862 in Bibb Co, AL (not listed with parents in 1860 census), and died 1949 in Bur. Enon Cemetery, Shelby Co, AL.  She married (1) JAMES M. CROXTON 12 Oct 1882 in Alonza Groves' residence.  He was born 1847 in s/o Benjamin & Elizabeth Hughes Croxton of Lowndes Co, AL (prev. of Lancaster Co SC), and died 1893 in AL.  She married (2) ALEXANDER HALL Aft. 1892 in When his son was about a year old, he left Mollie.    She married (3) JOHN HENRY BRADFORD 17 Sep 1896.  He was born 15 Aug 1847 in AL; S/o John Bradford and Elvira Henry or Hendley (m. 1845 in Shelby Co, AL); first married to Lorenda Pinson, and died 09 Mar 1928.  She married (4) ??? ALLEN Aft. 1896 in Her 4th husband.  He just wandered off and never came back to Mollie. Thought he was killed.
 
Notes for JOHN HENRY BRADFORD:
1880 Montevallo, Shelby Co., AL Census shows:
 
John H. Bradford 32 M  Works on Railroad AL GA GA
Martha L. 28 F  AL NC AL
Mary E. L. 12 F AL
Lella F. 9 F AL
John F. 9 M AL
Etta L. 6 F AL
Samuel J. 4 M AL
William H. H. 2  M AL
     
Children of MOLLIE ARLEDGE and JAMES CROXTON are:
              i.   LILLIE11 CROXTON, b. 1885, Bibb Co, AL; d. 19 Jun 1933, Tuscaloosa, AL; m. SAMUEL J. BRADFORD, 1898; b. 25 Feb 1876, Shelby Co, AL; First married Lillie then Maggie; s/o John Bradford and Martha McGaughy; d. 15 Sep 1945, GA; Bur. Salem Cemetery (?).
              ii.   GEORGE CROXTON, b. 1888, never married; d. 1966.
             iii.   MARGARET "MATTIE" LEE CROXTON, b. 28 Jul 1892, never married; d. 09 Sep 1945.
 
Child of MOLLIE ARLEDGE and ALEXANDER HALL is:
             iv.   JOHN ROBERT11 HALL, b. 22 Feb 1894, Chilton CO, AL; d. 29 Jul 1972, Bur. Enon Cemetery, Shelby Co, AL; m. DIXIE LANGSTON.
     
Child of MOLLIE ARLEDGE and JOHN BRADFORD is:
             v.   JOHNNIE BRADFORD11 HALL, b. they lived in Chicago, had a set of twins, plus another child; m. EARNEST BREMER.
     
Child of MOLLIE ARLEDGE and ??? ALLEN is:
             vi.   FANNIE ALLEN11 HALL, d. Bur. Enon Cemetery, Shelby Co, AL; m. HUGH VANDERSLICE.
 
 
98.  JOSEPH MARTIN OR MARION10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS J.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 08 Feb 1868 in AL; HOH 1910 Chilton Co AL census, and died 22 Aug 1914 in Shelby Co, AL; Bur Free Springs Cem, Chilton Co, AL.  He married LENA REBECCA LUCAS.  She was born 29 Jul 1873 in Chilton Co, AL; HOH 1920 Chilton Co AL as Lena ALDRICH; d/o Shelby Lucas and Rebecca Dison, and died 29 Apr 1964 in Montevallo, Bibb Co, AL; Bur. Montevallo Cemetery, Bibb County, AL.
 
Notes for JOSEPH MARTIN OR MARION ARLEDGE:
Date:         Sat, 26 Aug 2000
From: Pat         KPt1938@aol.com
In Cemeteries of Bibb County, Free Springs cemetery Missionary Baptist
(Extinct)
Listings
Henry G. Al.
Henry G. Arledge, Feb. 6 1913-Feb. 28, 1914
J. M. Arledge, Feb. 8, 1868-Aug. 22,1914
Dixie Hall, Mar. 24, 1917-May 5, 1921
Dempsey Hatcher, Mar. 10, 1852-Aug. 30, 1903
Linnie D. Daug. of W. L/ and Della Brown, Aug. 6, 1899-Aug 17, 1900
Sarah, Wife  of Elisha Wilson, 1812-Sept. 21 1836
Also 10 unidentified graves
 
From:         Irma Roy <i.roy@worldnet.att.net>
 
According to Howard F. McCord, FREE SPRING CHURCH CEMETERY MISSIONARY
BAPTIST (EXTINCT) had these graves:
 
Henry G. ARLEDGE, Feb. 6, 1913-Feb. 28, 1914
J. M. ARLEDGE, Feb. 8, 1868-Aug 22, 1914
Dixie HALL, Mar 24, 1917-May 5, 1921
Dempsy HATCHER, Mar. 10, 1852-Aug 30, 1903
Linnie D., Daughter of W. L. and Della BROWN, Aug 6, 1899-Aug 17, 1900
Sarah, wife of Elisha C. WILSON, Born 1812-Sep 21, 1836
 
Also 10 Unidentified Graves
 
Date:         Sat, 26 Aug 2000
From:        Marshel Roy Cunningham <GonetoAla@aol.com>
 
Hi. This is the listing for Free Springs Church Cemetery Missionary Baptist
(Extinct) from the book Baptists of Bibb County Alabama by Howard F McCord;
printed in 1979.
 
Page 300:
 
Henry G Arledge Feb 6, 1913 Feb 28, 1914
J. M. Arledge 8 Feb 1868 22 Aug 1914
Dixie Hall 24 March 1917 5 May 1921
Dempsy Hatcher 10 March 1852 30 Aug 1903
Linnie D dau of W L and Della Brown 6 Aug 1899 17 Aug 1900
Sarah wife of Elisha C Wilson born 1812 died 21 Sept 1836
10 unidentified graves. ( no markers)
Joe M Arledge was husband of Lena Lucas Arledge. I have photographs of
them. She was sister to my great grandmother Nancy Louisa Lucas Barnett.
Lena is buried with her parents ( Jacob Shelby Lucas and Rebecca Dyson
Lucas) in the center front section of the Montevallo Cemetery.
The cemetery in the 1960s was owned by my uncle Check Carlee who farmed
the place. He did not disturb the cemetery area. Mr. Willie Arledge, son
of Joe Arledge, would come and clean the area around his father's grave.
He is deceased now. I dont know who owns the land now. My grandmother Ollie
B Evans Barnett went to church at Free Springs in the early 1900s. Her
uncle Uriah R Evans was a Baptist minister in Bibb and Chilton Counties.
 
 
Notes for LENA REBECCA LUCAS:
1920 Chilton Co AL census, Precinct 13 Ocampa
 
FM 140, 141
ALDRICH, Lena W 46 AL AL AL (all) Farmer
Willie T. 25 (all children b AL)
Sam A 19
Clifton A 17
Marilla B. 15
Tilda R. 13
Alfa R 11
Clide C. 9
 
X 141, 142 Arledge Martha head FW 75 wd TN VA GA
 
     
Children of JOSEPH ARLEDGE and LENA LUCAS are:
              i.   MARY MAGDALENE "MAGGIE"11 ARLEDGE, b. 06 Sep 1891, Chilton CO, AL; Had six children; see notes for descendants; d. 24 May 1984, Goatrock, GA; m. SAMUEL J. BRADFORD; b. 25 Feb 1876, Shelby Co, AL; First married Lillie then Maggie; s/o John Bradford and Martha McGaughy; d. 15 Sep 1945, GA; Bur. Salem Cemetery (?).
              ii.   WILLIAM THOMAS "WILLIE" ARLEDGE, b. 08 Apr 1894, Chilton Co, AL; SS# issued in AL; HOH 1930 Ocampo, Chilton Co, AL; d. 24 Jan 1986, Chilton Co, AL; lived in Montevallo, AL; Bur. Moore's Crossroads Cemetery, Montevallo, Shelby Co, AL; m. NAOMI LUCAS, Abt. 1921; b. 05 Mar 1903, Chilton CO, AL; d. 11 Jan 2003, Near Montevallo, AL;  Bur. Moore's Crossroads Cemetery, Montevallo, Shelby Co, AL.
             iii.   HILLARD H. ARLEDGE/ ALDRICH, b. 18 Jul 1897, Chilton CO, AL; not listed w/mother in 1920 census; may have moved to Bessemer, AL; changed name to Aldrich; d. 03 May 1952, Bur. Vahalla Cemetary, Brighton, Jefferson Co, AL; m. RUTH DULANEY; b. d/o Sam Dulaney & Essie Ingram; Proprietor of Aldrich Grocery in Lacey's Chapel, Bessemer, AL; d. Bur. Vahalla Cemetary, Brighton, Jefferson Co, AL.
             iv.   SAMUEL ALEXANDER ARLEDGE/ ALDRICH, b. 23 Feb 1900, Chilton CO, AL; listed w/ mother in 1920 census; moved to Bessemer, AL; changed name to Aldrich; was a miner; d. 23 Feb 1954, Rock fell on him in Muscoda Ore Mine, Bessemer City, Jefferson Co, AL; Bur. Valhalla Cemetery, Brighton, Al; m. AGNES LEOTTA DULANEY, 12 Jul 1926; b. 05 Nov 1904, Eastaboga, Calhoun Co, AL; d/o Sam Dulaney and Essie Ingram; was a schoolteacher; d. 09 Apr 1993, Bessemer City, Jefferson Co, AL.
             v.   CLIFTON OR CLIFFORD OSCAR ARLEDGE/ ALDRICH, b. 14 Apr 1902, Prob. Chilton Co, AL; listed w/mother in 1920 census; AKA ALDRICH; d. 20 Nov 1965, Jefferson Co, Alabama; Bur. Valhalla Cemetery; m. BESSIE MAE CAMPBELL; b. 18 Jan 1902, Shelby Co, AL d/o Henry H. Campbell, Bessie was a descendant of Chief Menewa of the Creek Indians.; d. 01 Jul 1975, Jefferson Co, AL; Bur. Valhalla Cemetery.
             vi.   MARILLA BEATRICE ARLEDGE, b. 23 Jul 1904, Chilton CO, AL; d. 16 Nov 1956, Bur. Ashby Cemetery; m. HOWARD CURTIS FREDERICK; b. 13 Oct 1902, Bibb Co, AL; d. 11 Jul 1955, Bur. Ashby Cemetery.
            vii.   MATILDA REBECCA ARLEDGE, b. 19 Oct 1906, Chilton CO, AL; d. 11 Jun 1955, Bur. Providence Cemetary, (NW) Chilton Co, AL; m. FELTON JEWEL LUCAS, 18 Jan 1925, [alt date 18 April 1925] Shelby Co AL; b. 02 Jan 1907, Chilton CO, AL; S/o John Henry Lucas and Lula Mills; d. 18 Jul 2000, Shelby Co, AL; Bur. Providence Cemetary, (NW) Chilton Co, AL.
           viii.   ALPHA RUTH ARLEDGE, b. 17 Mar 1909, Chilton CO, AL; d. 16 Jun 1997, Pleasant Grove, AL; Bur. Cedar Hill Cemetary, Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL; m. PRESTON LOVELESS HILL, 26 Nov 1927, Montevallo, Shelby Co, AL; b. 01 Nov 1907, Perry Co, AL; S/o Robert Hill and Effie Tucker; d. 19 Jul 1941, killed in mines; Bur. Sadler Cem, Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL.
             ix.   CLYDE EZRA ALDRICH/ ARLEDGE, b. 30 Mar 1911, Chilton CO, AL; Moved to Bessemer, AL; changed name to Aldrich; d. 1955, Bur. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Bessemer, Jefferson CO, AL; m. (1) NELLIE CREWS; b. 08 Oct 1916, Jefferson Co, AL; m. (2) DOT ???.
             x.   HENRY GRADY ARLEDGE, b. 06 Feb 1913, Chilton CO, AL; d. 28 Feb 1914, [or 2-26] Shelby Co, AL; Bur Free Springs Cem, near Montevallo.
 
 
99.  MARY E.10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS J.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 02 Jul 1870 in Shelby Co, AL, and died 02 Nov 1953 in Bur. Shady Grove Cemetary, Montevallo, Bibb Co, AL.  She married GENE EPPERSON.  He was born 15 Feb 1896 in Bibb Co, AL, and died 19 Feb 1938 in Bur. Shady Grove Cemetary, Montevallo, Bibb Co, AL.
     
Children of MARY ARLEDGE and GENE EPPERSON are:
              i.   GEORGE T.11 EPPERSON, m. LILLIAN SUSAN THOMPSON.
              ii.   GENE EPPERSON.
             iii.   LINNIE EPPERSON.
 
 
100.  SARAH "SALLIE"10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS J.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 24 May 1872 in Shelby Co, AL, and died 27 Dec 1962 in Bur. Providence Cemetery, Chilton Co, AL.  She married HUBBARD LUCAS.  He was born 01 Nov 1873 in Chilton CO, AL, and died 08 Nov 1958 in Bur. Providence Cemetery, Chilton Co, AL.
     
Children of SARAH ARLEDGE and HUBBARD LUCAS are:
              i.   CLAY B.11 LUCAS, m. BAMA CELESTA "LESTA" MARTIN.
              ii.   LENARD LUCAS.
             iii.   HERBERT LUCAS.
             iv.   MEADIE LUCAS.
             v.   NAOMI LUCAS, b. 05 Mar 1903, Chilton CO, AL; d. 11 Jan 2003, Near Montevallo, AL;  Bur. Moore's Crossroads Cemetery, Montevallo, Shelby Co, AL; m. WILLIAM THOMAS "WILLIE" ARLEDGE, Abt. 1921; b. 08 Apr 1894, Chilton Co, AL; SS# issued in AL; HOH 1930 Ocampo, Chilton Co, AL; d. 24 Jan 1986, Chilton Co, AL; lived in Montevallo, AL; Bur. Moore's Crossroads Cemetery, Montevallo, Shelby Co, AL.
 
Notes for WILLIAM THOMAS "WILLIE" ARLEDGE:
Judy McGill writes July 2006 (jmcgill12@yahoo.com):
 
William and Naomi are my grandparents.  Their home is still located directly behind Moore's Crossroads Cemetery. My grandmother lived there until she passed of old age in 2003.   She missed her 100th birthday by 6 weeks.    My uncle, Joe Arledge, owns the home and 80 acres now. William built the small wood frame house - as he was a carpenter.
 
Willie (also known as W.T.) was a carpenter by trade. He and Naomi owned a farm outside of Montevallo, Al w/80 acres of land. Good, Christian man and family. Loved to fish and go to the Gulf Coast beaches with my family when I was growing up.  They were always ready and waiting for us to ask them to come along. I have very fond memories of them.
 
             vi.   ALMA LUCAS.
            vii.   MATTIE LUCAS.
           viii.   ULA LUCAS.
             ix.   CELIA LUCAS.
 
 
101.  MELVINIA10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS J.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 24 Feb 1876 in Shelby Co, AL, and died 05 Aug 1938 in Bur. Union Grove Cemetery, Bibb Co, AL.  She married JOHN M. LUCAS.  He was born 30 Jun 1878 in Bibb Co, AL; S/o Robert Lucas and Mary Murray, and died 07 Dec 1966 in Bur. Union Grove Cemetery, Chilton Co, AL.
     
Children of MELVINIA ARLEDGE and JOHN LUCAS are:
              i.   JESSE JAMES11 LUCAS, d. Bur. Union Grove Cemetery, Bibb Co, AL; m. MAMIE IONE STEPHENS; d. Bur. Union Grove Cemetery, Bibb Co, AL.
              ii.   J. R. LUCAS.
             iii.   CECIL LUCAS.
             iv.   MARGARIE LUCAS.
             v.   ADA LUCAS.
             vi.   AUDREY LUCAS.
            vii.   OLA LUCAS.
           viii.   BERNICE LUCAS.
             ix.   ROSELL LUCAS.
 
 
102.  JOHN LLOYD10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS J.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 1879 in [or 1869?] Shelby Co, AL, and died 1943 in Bur. Oakland Cemetary, Fairfield, Jefferson Co, AL.  He married NINA CRAWFORD.  She was born 1889 in Nashville, OH, and died 1950 in Bur. Oakland Cemetary, Fairfield, Jefferson Co, AL.
     
Children of JOHN ARLEDGE and NINA CRAWFORD are:
              i.   ONZELL11 ARLEDGE, b. Aft. 1907.
              ii.   JAMES ARLEDGE, b. Aft. 1907.
             iii.   MARTHA ARLEDGE, b. Aft. 1907.
 
 
103.  JAMES R.10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS J.9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 11 Nov 1880 in Shelby Co, AL HOH 1920 Jefferson CO, AL as ALDRICH, and died 1967 in Bur. Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson Co, AL.  He married ELIZA SMITH.  She was born 01 Jun 1882 in Trenton, GA, and died in Bur. Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson Co, AL.
 
Notes for JAMES R. ARLEDGE:
1920 Jefferson Co, AL, Cottage Hill
 
ALDRICH [Arledge], James R. rents MW 39 AL AL TN Farmer, general
Eliza 38 GA GA GA
Ophel dau 11 GA
Errim dau 10 AL
Aazel son 7 AL
Julia 5 AL
John 4 AL
James 2 AL
Seth 1 AL
 
     
Children of JAMES ARLEDGE and ELIZA SMITH are:
              i.   BILLIE11 ARLEDGE.
              ii.   ENA ARLEDGE.
             iii.   GRADY ARLEDGE.
             iv.   MABLE ARLEDGE.
             v.   PAUL ARLEDGE.
             vi.   RENA ARLEDGE.
            vii.   OPAL ARLEDGE, b. Abt. 1909.
           viii.   ERRIM ARLEDGE, b. 1910.
             ix.   AZEL ARLEDGE, b. 1913.
             x.   JULLA ARLEDGE, b. 1915.
             xi.   JOHN ARLEDGE, b. 1916.
            xii.   JAMES ARLEDGE, b. 1918.
           xiii.   SETH ARLEDGE, b. 1919.
 
 
104.  MOSE(S) ELIGAH10 ARLEDGE (JAMES9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 13 Oct 1854 in GA [death certificate says b. 13 oct 1870] TN or GA; coal miner ("Ore Man");  HOH 1900 Marion CO, TN; parents born SC; 1910 HOH Etowah Co AL (says born GA) ; HOH 1920 Etowah Co, AL; later lived in Bessemer, AL; HOH 1930 Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL, and died 20 Nov 1945 in Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL of a heart attack; death certif says buried Valhalla Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson Co, AL.  He married MELISSA JANE ADKIN 30 May 1898 in Sequatchie Valley, TN.  She was born 07 Jan 1873 in TN; 1900 census has 1873 birthdate, however, 1910 census gives her age as 29 and 1920 census gives her age as 48 (bc1872); and cemetery says 1873; 1930 says age 67 (1863), and died 04 Sep 1955 in Jefferson Co, AL;  buried in Valhalla Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson Co, AL [AL Death Index has a Mallissie J. Arledge d 4 Sep 1955 in Jefferson Co AL].
 
Notes for MOSE(S) ELIGAH ARLEDGE:
1900 Marion Co, TN census:
 
#324-328 coal miner
Arledge, Mose E.  (H)  Oct 1854      54 (M) 2yrs TN-SC-SC
             Melissie  (W)         Jan 1863     27  (M)2yrs.     1 child/1living TN-TN-TN
             H. L.        (S)          Apr 1899      1   TN
 
1920 Etowah Co, AL, Reese Twp
 
Arledge, Bradley head 24 AL TN AL
Jewel wife 21 AL GA AL
Bradley, Amos J. boarder 78 single AL AL AL
 
1920 Etowah Co, AL Reese Twp
 
80/82 Arledge William 29 TN TN TN
Ardell 22 AL AL AL
 
82/82 Arledge, Mose E 64 TN TN TN Laborer oremines
Malissie 48 TN TN TN none
Herbert L 21 TN engineer oremines
George W 16  TN driver oremines
Robert 15 TN
Marshall W 13 AL
Mamie 11 AL
Hallie 4 or 7? AL
Brownie 1 AL
 
66/68 Arledge, Oscar B.  25 or 28 AL TN AL
Lena 21 GA GA GA
Leroy son 6 AL
Gretna L. dau 4 AL
Arlouis B. son 1 AL
 
1930 Census: Jefferson Co, AL
 
Dear Pam,
Found Mose and Mallissie in the 1930 census, Bessemer, Jefferson County, Alabama, District 119, Page 14. It lists his dad-NO NAME-as being from Germany, location unknown and his Mother as being from Scotland. Not much, but something.
Sandra Arledge Turner  SAM1944@bellsouth.net
 
Date:         Sun, 3 Sep 2000
From:         <Smokinmike@earthlink.net>
 
I have some notes taken from an interview with Cora Allen Arledge in 1965. She had mentioned that Moses Arledge (she did not know the middle initial was "E." , and I don't know what is stands for), was an "Ore-Man". Several of the Arledges in the Hubert Lee Arledge line worked in ore mining in the north east Alabama area.
 
Though memories do get fuzzy, Moses and Molessa were her grandparents, and she would have known them.
 
She noted at the time of the interview that Moses Arledge died in about 1946 in Bessemer, AL (Jefferson
county). of a heart attack. This information seems to conflict with the dates shown on the Rootsweb for Moses.
 
More from Sandra Arledge Turner:
 
Received this bit of information:  Marion County, Tennessee, census records listed Moses E. born  October 1854, married two years.  He was born in TN, his father in South Carolina mother in South Carolina, wife, Mallissie born Jan 1863, age 27, born TN, father and mother TN.  They are listed in the 15th. district which borders Franklin County, Tenn. and Jackson County, Alabama. The Arledge name is also listed as Ollage in 1870 and 1880.
 
Their marriage is not listed or the gentlemen could not find it, but there is a mention of their marriage in the Sequatchie Valley News, June 6, 1898. Mose Arledge married Miss Lizzie Aikin on May 30, 1898.  This must be where Mallissie, also could be an
Elizabeth as well as Mallissie came in.
 
Chattanooga Times, 2-25-1924, B. L. listed as Mose as his brother from Gadsden, Alabama
 
M. E. Arledge, listed on 1891 - Tennessee Voters List.
 
 
     
Children of MOSE(S) ARLEDGE and MELISSA ADKIN are:
              i.   HUBERT LEE11 ARLEDGE, b. 27 Apr 1899, Monteagle, Marion Co, TN; lived in Attalla, AL; HOH 1930 Etowah Co, AL; d. Apr 1983, lived in Attalla, Etowah CO, AL;  Bur. Crestwood Cemetery, East Gadsden, AL; m. CARRIE ANN LIVELY, 15 Dec 1922; b. 09 Sep 1907, Gaylesville, Cherokee Co, AL; d. 30 Jul 1993, Gadsden or Birmingham, AL; Bur. Crestwood Cemetery, East Gadsden, AL.
              ii.   GEORGE WASHINGTON ARLEDGE, b. 21 Oct 1901, TN [parents GA and TN]; prob. Marion Co, TN; SS# issued in Alabama; HOH 1930 Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL Foreman at Ore Mine; d. 15 Sep 1965, Sonoma Co, CA; lived in Santa Rosa, Sonoma, CA; m. ETHEL OLEAN GRAY, Abt. 1922, acc to 1930 census; b. 13 Oct 1903; d. 24 Oct 1988, Bur. Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Jefferson Co, AL.
             iii.   ROBERT E. "BOB" ARLEDGE, b. Abt. 1904, prob. Marion Co, TN; living with parents in Jefferson Co, AL in 1930 census; d. 13 Oct 1949, Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL in coal mining accident.
             iv.   MARSHALL WILBERT ARLEDGE, b. 02 Sep 1906, prob. Etowah Co, AL; SS# issued in AL; lived in Bessemer, AL; d. 15 Aug 1990, Bessemer Caraway Medical City, Jefferson Co, AL; Bur. Valhalla Cemetery (Birmingham); m. MINNIE OPAL ROGERS, 03 Jan 1949; b. 29 Dec 1913.
             v.   MAMIE R. ARLEDGE, b. 15 Nov 1908, prob. Etowah Co, AL; lived in Bessemer, AL; d. 17 Jan 1999, Bur. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL; m. GENE NEELY, Aft. 1930.
             vi.   HALLIE R. ARLEDGE, b. 12 Apr 1914, St. Clair, AL; lived in Bessemer, AL;; d. 11 Mar 1982, Buried Valhalla Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson Co, AL; m. EUGENE BALLARD, 30 Jul 1934, Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL; b. 02 Feb 1905, Gadsden, AL [cemetery records say 1906]; d. 06 Nov 1979, Buried Valhalla Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson Co, AL.
            vii.   BROWNIE OR BROWNY ARLEDGE, b. 09 Jun 1918, prob. Etowah Co, AL; SS# issued in AL; USMC Sgt in the Lt AA of the 122th AA Battalion of the Marines in 1944.; d. 11 May 1978, lived in Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL; buried Valhalla Cemetery (Birmingham).
 
Notes for BROWNIE OR BROWNY ARLEDGE:
Sat, 09 Feb 2002
From:              John Altree <bjaltree@CenturyTel.net>
 
The information we have on Browny Arledge is that he was a Sgt. in the
Lt AA of the 122th AA Battalion of the Marines in 1944.
 
That he was born 9 June 1918 and died May 1978 in Alabama. Does this
check out with your info?
 
Browny Arledge Date of Death:  May 11, 1978, Age at death 59years.  Buried:  Valhalla Cemetery, 839 Wilkes Road, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.
 
 
 
 
105.  BEARDEN LAFAYETTE10 ARLEDGE (JAMES9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Nov 1856 in TN (twin); HOH 1880 Marion Co TN as OLLEGE or ALLEGE; 1891 Voter's List, Marion Co, TN (Dist. 4); 1900 Marion CO, TN as ARLEDGE; lived in Pittsburg, GA in 1906; in 1906 CCD listed as barber living at 4 Summer, Hill City; 1910 Hamilton CO, TN; parents b GA, and died 25 Feb 1924 in Chattanooga, TN (see obit); Bur. White Oak Cemetery, Hamilton Co, TN.  He married SARAH "SALLEY" ANNETTE ERWIN Abt. 1880 in acc to 1930 census.  She was born Feb 1861 in GA GA GA; possibly d/o JA and Sarah Erwin; 1930 HOH alone on Bell Ave; in 1936 CCD lived at 104 W. Bell Ave as widow, and died 25 Feb 1949 in Chattanooga, TN (see obit); Bur. White Oak Cemetery, Hamilton Co, TN.
 
Notes for BEARDEN LAFAYETTE ARLEDGE:
 
Chattooga Times, 2/23/1924
B. L. Arledge February 25, 1924
B. L. Arledge aged 67 died at a local hospital last night at 8 O'clock after a short illness.  He is survived by his wife; a son R. R. Arledge; three daughters; Mrs. J. T. Whittle of this city; Mrs. T. C. Waters, of Atlanta, and Mrs. E.E. Weaver of Miami FL.; a brother Mose Arledge, of Gadsden AL. Mr. Arledge has been a resident of North Chattanooga for twenty years, and was a member of Whitwell lodge, F. and A.M., and K. of P. and the Cumberland Presbyterian church.
 
Obituaries of Marion County, 1920-1989, Vol. 2 A-G
Compiled by Euline Harris
Page 38            2-28-1924
"B.L. Arledge
   Funeral services for B.L. Arledge, aged 62 years, were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the
residence, 304 Bell avenue, North Chattanooga, the Rev. J.A. Riddle officiating.  Interment followed in
White Oak cemetery.
   Mr. Arledge was one of the best known citizens in North Chattanooga, having lived there for the past
twenty years.  Tribute to his life as a citizen and church worker was paid by the pastor. - Chattanooga
News.
   Mr. Arledge was formerly in business in Whitwell and held in high esteem.  He was a great friend of the
News, and we regret to learn of his death."
 
_________________-
 
1880 Marion Co TN census 72-73:
 
ALLEGE, B. L. 24 Laborer TN-TN-TN
     Sara 19 wife keeping house TN-TN-TN
 
10 October 1898 newspaper clipping: "B.L. Arledge and daughter Miss Addie, Mrs. Robert Erwin and sister Miss Gelah Perkins of Clinton TN, visited Sequachee Sunday of last week and voted their trip both pleasant and interesting." [from "Murder, Mayhem and More, Vol. 1, 1895-1929" extractions from Marion Co, TN newspapers by Euline Harris, Whitwell, TN.]
 
1900 Marion Co, TN census (#133-135):
 
ARLEDGE, B. L. b. Nov 1856 age 43 married 20 yrs General mdse TN-California-GA
         Sarah wife b. Feb 1861 age 39 GA-GA-GA
         Addie dau b. June 1881 age 18 TN at school
         Charlie son b. Oct 1883 age 16 TN at school
         Willie dau b. Oct 1895 age 4 TN
 
From Sequachee Valley News, 17 March 1906:
 
Whitwell, Tenn. Mar. 17. Sam Arledge of this place died March 13, after suffering for years from an abcess of the side. He leaves five children: three girls, who have been taken to Keener, Ala, where an uncle, W.C. Arledge resides, and two boys, one of whom is at work in Pittsburg, Ga and the other at Herrin, Ill. Their mother died some six years ago. Interment was made at the Teague Cemetery east of here Wednesday and was attended by the brothers of the deceased, WC Arledge of Keener, AL and BL Arlege of Pittsburg, GA.
 
From Sequachee Valley News, 1907:
 
Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Arledge announce the marriage of their daughter, Addie Elizabeth, to Albert Henry Dale, on Tuesday the 13th of April 1907. At home, 402 Montgomery St, Hill City, TN.
 
1910 Hamilton CO, TN census:
 
Alledge, B.J. age 50            ED:77-10 Hamilton Co TN
         Sarah age 48 wife
         Willie dau age 15
         Raymond son age 9
         Louise dau age 5
 
1920 Hamilton Co, TN census:
 
Arledge, B.L. age 62 bp: TN   ED; 224-22-16 Hamilton Co TN
         Sarah A wife, age 58 bp: TN
         Raymond son age 18 bp: TN
         Louisa dau age 15 bp: TN
Dale     Addie  dau age 36 bp: TN
Dale,    Westcott grandson to B.L. age 11 bp: TN
Weaver, Elizabeth age 6 granddau to B.L. bp: TN
 
Notes for SARAH "SALLEY" ANNETTE ERWIN:
February 26, 1949
 
Arledge Mrs. Sarah Died last night at the home of her daughter Mrs. J. A. Musselwhite.  104 Bell Avenue. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Musselwhite, Chattanooga; Mrs. Tull C. Waters, Atlanta; Mrs. Major Gray, Miami FL; son, R.R. Arledge, Athens TN; three brothers, John A. Erwin, Grand Junction Colo; Griff Erwin, Quinton IL, and Will Erwin, Meredosia, IL. Funeral plans will be announced by the National Funeral Home.
 
Buried White Oak Cemetery, Chattanooga. Leslie Ryon wrote: "I then found Beard Lafayette and Sarah's
headstone -- its a nice one, both together as one -- we took a picture. For B.L., the tombstone says 1856-1924 -- Sarah's side does not have a death date inscribed however. Her birthdate said 1862 (wonder if she was buried there?). They did have a card on her and it said she died Feb. 27, 1949 at the age of 88."
 
She may be the daughter of JA and Sarah Erwin, who were listed as neighbors in the
1880 Marion Co TN census:
 
74-75
ERWIN, J.A. 50 Laborer TN-TN-TN
     Sarah 48 wife keeping house TN-TN-TN
     Ada 12 dau TN-TN-TN
 
(I don't necessarily trust the states of birth as recorded by this census taker)
     
Children of BEARDEN ARLEDGE and SARAH ERWIN are:
              i.   ???11 ARLEDGE, d. Aft. 1957, of Miami, FL; m. (1) ??? WEAVER, Bef. 1924; m. (2) MAJOR D. GRAY, Bef. 1949.
              ii.   ADDIE ELIZABETH ARLEDGE, b. Jun 1881, TN; lived in Chattanooga (Hill City), TN; in 1906 CCD worked as clerk for Miller Bros., lived w/ parents; m. ALBERT HENRY DALE, 13 Apr 1907, Perhaps Hamilton Co, TN; d. Killed by father-in-law B. L. Arledge, apparently in self-defense.
             iii.   CHARLES LAFAYETTE "CHARLIE" ARLEDGE, b. Oct 1883, TN; on roll of students at Pryor Institute in Jasper, TN 1901-2; listed in 1906 CCD as bookkeeper for N. Dietzen & Bros, res. 4 Summer in Hill City (with parents) HOH 1920 Hamilton Co TN;; d. Aft. 1930, Died or divorced before 1917; Did he die in Hardeman Co, TX in 1976?? (TX Death Records); m. ALMINTA CLARK OR NELMS, Bef. 28 Sep 1905, Woodlawn Methodist Episcopal Church, prob. Marion Co, TN; b. 16 May 1887; d. 03 Jan 1945, Bur. White Oak Cemetery, Chattanooga, TN.
 
Notes for ALMINTA CLARK OR NELMS:
1920 Hamilton Co, TN:
 
Arledge, Aston aage 12 bp: TN ED:224-2-41 Hamilton Co TN
Arledge, Carl age 9
Arledge, Chas. age 14
Arledge, Tom age 11 bp: TN
living with stepfather Clay Ealy
 
             iv.   NOLA LEVANDE ARLEDGE, b. 16 Jul 1888; d. 13 Aug 1889, Marion Co, TN [Bur. Sardis Church Cemetery, Whitwell].
             v.   WILLIE ARLEDGE, b. Oct 1895, TN; m. GEORGE RUSH, 11 Mar 1911, Walker Co, GA.
             vi.   BONNIE ARLEDGE, b. Aft. 1900; d. Bef. 1957, of Atlanta, GA; m. TULL C. WATERS.
            vii.   ROBERT RAYMOND ARLEDGE, b. 08 Oct 1901, Whitwell, Marion Co, TN; lived in Athens, TN; HOH 1930 Hamilton Co, foreman for Enamel Co; in 1936 CCD listed as factory supt for Chatta Stamp & Enam Co, lived at RD 5; later lived in Birmingham; d. 13 Dec 1957, Birmingham, Jefferson Co, AL; m. BONNIE MILDRED POWERS, 10 May 1924, Rossville, GA; b. 27 Sep 1905, Riceville, McMinn Co, TN d/o William Gaines Powers and Nancy Emeline McAdoo; d. 25 Mar 2003, Chattanooga, TN; buried in Birmingham, AL.
 
Notes for ROBERT RAYMOND ARLEDGE:
 
from the Birmingham News, Dec 14, 1957:
 
Robert Arledge, retired engineer. Robert Raymond Arledge, 56, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. M.E. Bryant, Friday. Mr. Arledge was chief engineer and designer for an Athens, TN, firm until he retired due to ill health about 5 years ago. He was a member of the Kiwanis Club and First Church of Christ Scientist in Chattanooga.
 
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bonnie Powers Arledge, two daughters: Mrs. M.E. Bryant of Birmingham and Mrs. James R. Watson of Fort Rucker, AL; 2 sons, 1st Lt. Robert R. Arledge Jr, stationed in Germany, and William L. Arledge of Knoxville, TN. Two sisters: Mrs. M.D. Gray of Miami FL and Mrs. Louise Musselwhite of Atlanta, and eight grandchildren.
 
Funeral Services will be held Sunday 3 pm from Johns-Ridout's Church Chapel. Mr. M.P. Smull, officiating. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. Active pallbearers: Tom, Charles and Ashton Arledge, Don Hagerup, James Pritchett, Lamar Johnson.
 
           viii.   LOUISE ARLEDGE, b. 1905; d. Bef. 1957, of Chattannooga, TN; m. (1) J. A. MUSSELWHITE; m. (2) JOHN T. WHITTLE, 25 Jun 1922, Walker Co, GA.
 
 
106.  SAMUEL C.10 ARLEDGE (JAMES9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Nov 1856 in TN (twin); HOH 1900 Marion CO, TN; brother of William C., and died 13 Mar 1906 in Whitwell, Marion Co, TN [Bur. Teague Cemetery, N. of Powells Crossroads].  He married (1) MARY E. HOLLOWAY.  She was born Nov 1857 in TN, and died Bef. 11 Apr 1901 in Whitwell, Marion Co, TN [Bur. Teague Cemetery, N. of Powells Crossroads].  He married (2) ???.  She was born Abt. 1866, and died 11 Apr 1901 in "35 years of age" Marion Co, TN [Bur. Teague Cemetery, N. of Powells Crossroads].
 
Notes for SAMUEL C. ARLEDGE:
1900 Marion Co, TN census:
 
#178-180 Coal miner
ALLEDGE, Sam            (H)       Nov 1856  43  marr. 20 yrs. TN-NC-NC
Mary E.             Nov 1858    41 6 children/5 living TN-TN-TN
Johnnie L.     son  Nov 1881   18 single; drives mule, mines [all children born TN]
Jennie         dau  Dec 1885  14
Wm. A.         son  Apr 1887  13
Addie L.       dau  Apr 1891  9
Sophrona I.    dau  Dec 1893  6
 
From Sequachee Valley News, 17 March 1906:
 
Whitwell, Tenn. Mar. 17. Sam Arledge of this place died March 13, after suffering for years from an abcess of the side. He leaves five children: three girls, who have been taken to Keener, Ala, where an uncle, W.C. Arledge resides, and two boys, one of whom is at work in Pittsburg, Ga and the other at Herrin, Ill. Their mother died some six years ago. Interment was made at the Teague Cemetery east of here Wednesday and was attended by the brothers of the deceased, WC Arledge of Keener, AL and BL Arlege of Pittsburg, GA.
     
Children of SAMUEL ARLEDGE and MARY HOLLOWAY are:
              i.   JOHN L.11 ARLEDGE, b. Nov 1881, Whitwell, Marion Co, TN; a coal miner [marriage to Emma at age 26; his first marriage]; d. 25 Nov 1912, Christopher, IL in a mining accident [Bur. Harrison Cem.]; m. EMMA BALLARD, 31 Mar 1907, Franklin Co, IL; b. Abt. 1888, Age 19. 1st marriage; d/o Sidney Ballard of Du Quoin, IL d/o CA Ballard and Sarah Fleming.
 
Notes for JOHN L. ARLEDGE:
From newspaper clipping dated 16 December 1912:
 
MET DEATH in NORTH MINE
 
The following account of the death of John Arledge, formerly of Whitwell, is sent to us from a CHristopher, Ill., paper by his friend John Lenard:
 
John L. Arledge, an emplye in the North Mine, owned by the Ziegler District Company, met with a sudden and tragic death while at work in the mine Monday afternoon, November 25.
 
Mr. Arledge was riding in the front end of a timber truck that was being pushed by an electric motor car. The car jumped the track and knocked some timbers down, letting the slate and coal fall upon the car and Arledge completely burying him beneath the debris and killing him instantly. It was almost thrity minutes before the body could be extracted from the debris and top and slate that had fallen upon it.
 
Mr. Arledge was employed as boss driver at the North Mine, having served in that capacity the past four years. He was almost 31 years of age, having been born December 30, 1881 at Whitwell, Tenn. He leaves a wife and two children, th youngest being a baby about two months old.
 
The funeral services were held from the Baptist Church Thursday afternoon and were largely attended. Rev. James Fleming preached the funeral sermon. The Christopher Lodge K. of P. attended the funeral services at the church in a body, and had charge of the burial services in the Harrison Cemetery.
 
 [from "Murder, Mayhem and More, Vol. 1, 1895-1929" extractions from Marion Co, TN newspapers by Euline Harris, Whitwell, TN.]
 
              ii.   JENNIE ARLEDGE, b. Dec 1885, in 1910 Etowah Co AL, living with uncle Moses & family; in 1920 Etowah Co, AL census, living in household with George Maise and sister Addie; d. Nov 1921, Etowah Co, AL.
             iii.   WILLIAM A. OR W. ARLEDGE, b. Apr 1887, TN TN TN; lived in Pittsburg, GA in 1906; Attalla, AL; HOH 1920 Etowah Co AL (age given as 29); HOH 1930 Attalla, Etowah Co, AL: laborer at steel plant; d. Was he William A. who was a watchman at Ross-M Foundries in Chattanooga in 1940 CCD? (roomed at 515 Carlile Place); m. ARDELL ???, Abt. 1918, acc to 1930 census; b. 11 Sep 1897, AL AL AL; d. Apr 1986, lived in Attalla, Etowah CO, AL.
 
Notes for WILLIAM A. OR W. ARLEDGE:
1920 Etowah Co, AL, Reese Twp
 
Arledge, Bradley head 24 AL TN AL
Jewel wife 21 AL GA AL
Bradley, Amos J. boarder 78 single AL AL AL
 
1920 Etowah Co, AL Reese Twp
 
80/82 Arledge William 29 TN TN TN
Ardell 22 AL AL AL
 
82/82 Arledge, Mose E 64 TN TN TN Laborer oremines
Malissie 48 TN TN TN none
Herbert L 21 TN engineer oremines
George W 16  TN driver oremines
Robert 15 TN
Marshall W 13 AL
Mamie 11 AL
Hallie 4 or 7? AL
Brownie 1 AL
 
66/68 Arledge, Oscar B.  25 or 28 AL TN AL
Lena 21 GA GA GA
Leroy son 6 AL
Gretna L. dau 4 AL
Arlouis B. son 1 AL
 
 
             iv.   ADDIE L. ARLEDGE, b. Apr 1891; d. Bur. Fairview Cemetery, Gadsen, AL; m. GEORGE MAISE, Bef. 1920; b. HOH 1920 Etowah Co, AL census.
 
Notes for GEORGE MAISE:
1920 Etowah CO, AL census Duck SPrings
 
MAISE, George head MW 29 AL AL AL
Addie wife 27 TN TN TN
Leon son 7 AL AL TN
Laura dau 4 1/12 AL AL  TN
Willie son 1 2/12 AL AL TN
Margaret mother 65 wd TN TN  TN
Arledge, Ginny sister in la w 32 s AL  AL AL
 
             v.   SOPHRONIA "FRONIA" ARLEDGE, b. Dec 1893; d. Bur. Duck Springs, AL; m. ??? CHUMBLEY.
 
Notes for SOPHRONIA "FRONIA" ARLEDGE:
According to Ann Arledge Tilley, both Fronia and her 5-year-old daughter burned to death, Fronia when her nightgown caught fire.
 
 
107.  WILLIAM CHARLES10 ARLEDGE (JAMES9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 04 Apr 1866 in TN [SC SC]; lived in Etowah CO, AL (near Crudup, now Reece City); HOH 1900 census Greenwood, Etowah Co AL, and died 13 Jun 1912 in Birmingham, AL; ruptured appendix during Red-Man Lodge Convention.  He married DORA ANN COOPER 22 May 1889 in Fairview, Etowah Co, AL by Rev. H.R. Culbertson.  She was born 20 Apr 1864 in [or April 24?] GA or AL; was a midwife; HOH 1920 Etowah Co AL census; was she a Bradley? a Thomas or Amos J. Bradley b. 1842 living with Bradley Arledge in 1920, and died 14 Mar 1944 in Etowah Co, AL.
 
Notes for WILLIAM CHARLES ARLEDGE:
 
1920 Etowah Co AL census, Keener Twp FM 73/77
 
Arledge, Dora A. head 54 wd AL AL AL
Otto G. 21 AL TN AL
Ida 19 AL TN AL
Vera C. 15 AL TN AL
     
Children of WILLIAM ARLEDGE and DORA COOPER are:
              i.   OSCAR BEARD11 ARLEDGE, b. 24 May 1890,  HOH 1920 Etowah Co, AL; d. 05 Apr 1966, lived in Attalla, Etowah Co, AL;Bur. Red Hill UMC Cemetery, Ivalee, Etowah Co, AL; [AL Death Records say 4 may 1951 in Etowah Co AL]; m. LENA ESTELLE HUMPHREY, 01 Jul 1912, Rossville, Walker Co, GA; b. 11 May 1897, GA d/o William F. Humphrey and Mallissa Sims; d. 08 Mar 1986, AL; lived in Attalla, Etowah CO, AL; Bur. Red Hill UMC Cemetery, Ivalee, Etowah Co, AL.
 
Notes for OSCAR BEARD ARLEDGE:
 
1920 Etowah Co, AL, Reese Twp
 
Arledge, Bradley head 24 AL TN AL
Jewel wife 21 AL GA AL
Bradley, Amos J. boarder 78 single AL AL AL
 
1920 Etowah Co, AL Reese Twp
 
80/82 Arledge William 29 TN TN TN
Ardell 22 AL AL AL
 
82/82 Arledge, Mose E 64 TN TN TN Laborer oremines
Malissie 48 TN TN TN none
Herbert L 21 TN engineer oremines
George W 16  TN driver oremines
Robert 15 TN
Marshall W 13 AL
Mamie 11 AL
Hallie 4 or 7? AL
Brownie 1 AL
 
66/68 Arledge, Oscar B.  25 or 28 AL TN AL
Lena 21 GA GA GA
Leroy son 6 AL
Gretna L. dau 4 AL
Arlouis B. son 1 AL
 
 
              ii.   LULA A. ARLEDGE, b. 02 Feb 1893; d. 09 Jan 1985; m. LONNIE WALTON.
             iii.   WILLIAM BRADLEY ARLEDGE, b. 02 Feb 1895, AL; HOH 1920 Etowah Co, AL as Bradley Arledge; HOH 1930 Keener, Etowah Co, AL; d. 07 Jul 1959, Etowah Co, AL; m. JEWELL L. CASH; b. 1899, AL.
 
Notes for WILLIAM BRADLEY ARLEDGE:
1920 Etowah Co, AL, Reese Twp
 
Arledge, Bradley head 24 AL TN AL
Jewel wife 21 AL GA AL
Bradley, Amos J. boarder 78 single AL AL AL
 
 
             iv.   OTTO GALLOWAY "TIP" ARLEDGE, b. 11 Jan 1898, living with mother in 1920 census, with brother Bradley in 1930 (Etowah Co AL); d. 04 Mar 1950, Gadsden, Etowah Co, AL [AL Death Index says Blount Co AL]; m. ANNA BELL WILLIAMS, Aft. 1930; b. 09 Apr 1910, Keener, Etowah Co, AL; d. 14 May 1995, Anniston, Calhoun Co, AL.
             v.   IDA VIRGINIA ARLEDGE, b. 10 Feb 1900, living with mother in 1920 census; d. 06 Jul 1950, [or 1960?] Bur. Memory Hill Gardens, Tuscaloosa, AL; m. WILLIAM PINK DICKIE, Aft. 1920.
             vi.   VERA CLEMENTINE ARLEDGE, b. 06 Dec 1904, near Crudup (now Reece City), AL; living with mother in 1920 census; d. 09 Apr 1955; m. DEWEY WEBB COPELAND.
 
Notes for VERA CLEMENTINE ARLEDGE:
Memoirs: VERA CLEMENTINE ARLEDGE COPELAND
 
(sent to Pam Wilson by her grand-niece, Ann Arledge Tilley, of Attalla, AL)
 
After eighty long years of ups and downs I am going to write a few lines to my grandchildren of how it was when I was a little girl.
 
Born on an eighty acre cotton and corn farm a mile from Crudup, Alabama and Iron Ore Mine at which my father was a boss--My mother kept house, a few boarders now and then and some of my father's nieces and nephews (Will, Addie, Fronia Arledge).
 
My father died with peritonitis in a Birmingham, Alabama Hospital. My mother stayed with him to the last. He took sick in his hotel room. He was attending a Red-Man Lodge Convention when he became ill. Those days you had no drugs for infection like we have today. I remember the morning the train brought him home. You could stand on our front porch and see the depot very plain, although it was most a mile away. It was a pretty clear morning. The train did not blow the whistle when it stopped or when it pulled away--so very quiet and peaceful. As I said in the beginning, I was the youngest of six children--three boys, three girls--Oscar, Lula, Bradley, Tip, Ida and I (Vera). The boys called me "Bob"; and most every one else did, also.
 
Mama would tell us the last time she saw her dad was on a road up near Keener, Alabama that turned off toward Sand Mountain and went to Corinth, Mississippi. He was riding a big chestnut colored horse: she was only about four years old; she waved goodbye to him and went to live with her two maiden aunts, Rhoda and Annie Rink. She never saw him again hut learned that he married another woman later in life. Her mother and infant sister, also the two aunts, are buried in the family cemetery in Bethany, Alabama near Reece City, Alabama.
 
Times when my daddy was living was great. We had plenty of everything. Lula was given music lessons. Oscar had a horse and buggy. We had picnic supper up the hollow where there was a spring and running water. Mama did the wash up there. We had a tub board and battling bench.
 
We also had pound suppers where the girls brought cakes, fruit and all good things to eat and parties in our living room which was the largest anywhere.
 
We had four chestnut trees, two on the way to the spring and two on the other side of the house. The two on the way to the spring was mine, at least I claimed them; and in the fall we gathered the chestnuts and sold them mostly to two young men, the Galloway brothers, who lived a mile and a half above us; and each owned a motorcycle apiece. Tom, the youngest, would let me ride on the motorcycle handlebars to school which was at Crudup, a mile down the road, He worked in Gadsden. There wasn't many cars in those days. But I remember daddy planned to buy one, and the salesman brought one for him to try. He carried Mamma and Lula and some of the boys to ride in it. It was a touring car with the top let down, But, of course, he passed away; and that was the last of the car deal.
 
We had no running water, just a well in the front yard and a sprinq up the hollow. We brought our water in cedar buckets which had to be scrubbed every Saturday. Our cooking stove had a small tank on the side which held water for use for baths. It was a large Home Comfort Stove with a warming oven over the top where Mamma would warm leftover food for our supper. She was a good cook as well as Lula. We had an ash hopper where we dumped our ashes from the fire place, and then you poured water into that and made lye that she used to make homemade soap and to which she would add Red Devil Lye to this when it was making. It was very hard on your hands, but made beautiful sheets and shirts that you hung out in the sun to dry.
 
I remember very little about what happened when I was a child, only the usual things. I played; and being the youngest, I guess I was petted a lot. I would play under the porch digging for Doodle Bugs, of which I have never seen anywhere else or since. But you could take a small stick and put in the hole and sing: "Doodle up, Doodle Up, Come to supper" and a little small grey bug would come out of the hole. It was fun on a rainy day.
 
We had no radio or telephone. They all came later.
 
As times passed the mines went out of business; times began to get hard. Mamma had a vegetable garden where we grew most of what we had to eat. We had no refrigeration of any kind, but she canned and dried apples and peaches and pickled some beans. We raised hogs for our meat, the best country hams. We always had a cow for our milk and butter. In the winter we had turnip greens, winter cabbage, and collards. We had a good life--oil lamps for light and a large wood fire in the front room, we also had a fireplace in the kitchen where Mamma would cook cornbread, bake sweet potatoes and sometimes make hominy. Also, there was a rack from which you could hang a pot to cook beans and were they ever
good! We had two mules. One a red one called Lightning, the other a black one called Kate which I rode, believe it or not without a saddle, with a dress on. You seldom wore pants, sometimes some of the boys old ones.
 
SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1987, MOTHER'S DAY
 
Scott has just called to wish me happy Mother's Day, and I am a little mixed up but so happy for his call.
 
My mamma loved flowers. We had a lots of large crepe myrtle trees, roses, jonquils, hyacinths, both pink and purple ones, a large pomegranite tree at the corner of the house. And in the fall when it frost the pomegranites would pop open, and the seeds were very sweet and good to eat.
 
We worked in the fields, both hoeing cotton and picking it in the fall. In the spring I would carry guaner to the boys--whoever was doing the planting of the cotton as well as cotton seeds far the planter. At other times I would carry a bucket or jug of water for them to drink. Tom would always fuss if I got grass seeds in the water bucket. I was too small to hold it up. There was a frog hole on the side of the road, and I remember I would stop and talk to him. Instead of calling it a toad frog, to me he was a Hoppy Toad. I believe he lived in that same hole for several years. Those days we all would have cotton picking where we would meet at each other's farm together and pick cotton, have a big dinner with a party that night. That was all the fun we had--no radio, TV or anything--maybe a graphaphane, organ or piano. There was no drugs like today. Same of the boys would drink some whiskey. Later beer became available--but not like today.
 
The boys were always doing things around the house. There was a large oak tree from which they put a chain swing, and we got on that and tried to reach some of the low hanging branches. They built a what we called a "flying Jenny" (merry-go-round), which after riding on it you would be sick at your stomach. One day Bradley and Tip had the shotgun shooting at spots. Mamma told them not to do it. But they didn't listen, so as they slid the guns back on the, porch, Tip's gun went off and shot his little finger away. Dr. Gilliand came and, with oil lamp for light, operated on his hand. Delia Brock, a neighbor, held the lamp, and they operated on a table in the front room. Tip lost the use of the ring finger on that hand also, but the rest of his hand was saved.
 
I don't know hardly how to word this so you will understand, but doctors were not too close by and had to travel in horse and buggies most of the time. Mamma was a mid-wife (that is what they were called!. So when a baby was ready to be born, they always sent for Mamma. She was very good in helping out. She went to both black and white mothers. Sometimes they paid her in money; other times whatever they had; sometimes only milk and butter; sometimes nothing at all.
 
Ida and I would take dinner to the men who boarded with us. I remember one time on the way down to Crudup. Ida always went off in front of me. I was a way behind, so off to the side of the road on top of a steep bank where was this big chicken snake. We didn't try to kill it, just let it crawl on off.
 
We walked to school every day along with the Maise and Crump and Keener children. When it rained or some times snowed, Tip would come and get us in a two horse wagon. That was the only school we ever attended; but as our grades progressed, there was four of us--Hubble Trucker, Grace Daniel, Ida and I. So Mr. Tucker had our teacher, Venice Cooper who lived in Attalla, bring books and records from Etowah High School (Attalla) and teach us.
 
I always wore leftover clothes. I remember the first silk dress I ever had was made from one of Lena's old ones, a pink silk. Lula and Lena made it over for me.
 
We had chickens that ran out in the yard. I would gather the eggs. Sometimes they would lay up under the house floor. I would set the hen with about fifteen eggs and wait for the eggs to hatch. It was interesting to see the little chickens crack the egg shell and come from them. We would put the mother hen in a pen made out of stove wood and set in the yard. Sometimes we would have as many as four or six pens. I always had a small dog and several cats. Our house was on a hill. Not anyone lived close to us. So the dogs and chickens could run around, not bothering anyone. Sometimes all the eggs would hatch. The chickens were so pretty when you held them in your hands.
 
My daddy smoked a cigar and would hold me on his lap and always brought me a five cent bag of candy when he came from work. He also wore a black mustache. He had black hair and brown eyes.
 
One fall when we had finished picking cotton Mamma bought Lula, Ida and herself a fur coat. It wasn't mink like the fur coats of today, but they were beautiful ones. I didn't get one, but Oscar went and bought me one. It was so pretty and had red and green colored fur on the cuffs and collar. The coat was black.
 
We would hoe the cotton for our neighbors for one dollar a day, and that was from sunrise until it set in the evening-with thirty minutes for dinner. Mama and I was hoeing cotton down across the railroad one day. I was about fifteen and a half years old. Mama said to me, Vera, there will never be anything for you here, so if you want to you can go into nurse's training with Ida." Ida was already at Ralls Sanitarium in Gadsden. Although you was to be sixteen they would take me in training as Ida was already there and they were in need of nurses. It was hard work, but I was used to working in the sun, and this was in the shade always. I graduated from nurses training after three years in 1925.
I wore black patent leather baby doll slippers in the summer. Mamma and Lula made all of my dresses which was very pretty until I got old enough to sew myself. In the winter high top lace shoes, always black ones, long black stockings and sometimes white ones. We were always in school plays. Ida could memorize long verses; but me, I was the dumb one, only in algebra of what I was really good. We had spelling bees every Friday; sometimes I would go to the head of the class but most often not.
 
Mamma was a pretty woman with long black hair. Lula's hair was a kind of red which she inherited from my daddy's side of the family. Ida had long curly dark hair. Of course mine was always cut short--chestnut colored.
 
I said earlier we had a milk cow that Lula and Ida milked and brought the milk to the house and strained it into a churn that was covered with a white cloth and placed near the fire in the fireplace where it would clabber, and then some one would churn it and make butter. Then Mamma would take a wooden paddle and work all of the milk out of it, mold it into a wooden mold, and decorate it on the top with stars.
 
I slept with Mamma after daddy's death. We always said our prayer and good night before we went to sleep, "Now I lay me down to sleep, if I should die before I wake, I pray the Lord my soul to take. Amen."
 
January 28, 1989, Transcribed; originally written in 1987
 
From Ann Arledge Tilley, 2 Oct 1998
 
Pam,
     Came across a letter written by my great-aunt, Vera Clementine Arledge Copeland, to her grandchildren describing her life as a little girl.  She states she was born on an eighty acre cotton and corn farm a mile north of Crudup, AL. and the Iron Ore Mines at which her father, William Charles Arledge was a boss.  She says she is the youngest of six children.  Oscar ( M. Lena  Humphrey), Lula (M. Lonnie Walton), Bradly (M. Jewel Cash), Otto Galloway (M. Annie Bell Willliams), Ida (M. Williams P. Dickey) and Vera (M. Dewey Webb Copeland).  She mentions two brothers and one sister of her father's.  She says there were more but she doesn't remember them.  Her father's brother Beard lived in North Chattanooga at the time of his death and his wife's name was Salley and their children were Addie, Willie Raymond, Evelyn and another booy who died when she was small. Another brother was Mose Arledge who lived in Crudap, AL.  There was a sister who lived around Ragland or Ashville, Al. and married O!be Gulf.  She also states that her grandparents came over from Ireland and lived in the Seguatchee Valley.  She said her father, William C. was a member of Oddfellow Lodge, the Redmond Lodge and The Masons.  She said her father had a brother who she never knew and he had 3 children who lived with them when she was small: Will, who grew up and lived in Attalla AL; Fronia, who married a Chumbley and is buried in Duck Springs, AL [Interesting note: Fronia's nightgown caught fire and she burned to death. Fronia's five year old daughter burned to death also.  No reference was given as to which died first or how many years apart.);  Addie married George Maise and is buried in Fairview, Alabama.  This letter was wonderful.  She told about many happenings that were very interesting.
 
108.  TENNESSEE JANE10 ARLEDGE (JAMES9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 18 Apr 1868 in TN; (census lists b. as 4/1871);  lived around Ragland or Ashville, AL, and died 20 Sep 1946.  She married OBE MCGUFFIE in Ragland, St. Clair Co, AL.  He was born 05 Apr 1868 in (1900 census lists b. as 5/1871), and died 04 Oct 1950.
 
Children of TENNESSEE ARLEDGE and OBE MCGUFFIE are:
              i.   MOLLY11 MCGUFFIE, b. Dec 1886.
              ii.   CHARLEY MCGUFFIE, b. 05 Apr 1888, St. Clair Co, AL; d. 01 Jun 1979, Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL; m. FANNIE BELLE TUCKER; b. 22 Jun 1891, Calhoun Co, AL; d. 22 Sep 1993, Bessemer, Jefferson Co, AL.
             iii.   JOHN A. MCGUFFIE, b. Sep 1892.
             iv.   ADDIE MCGUFFIE, b. Jan 1895; d. Bet. 1960 - 1969.
             v.   WILLIAM MCGUFFIE, b. May 1898.
 
 
109.  HENRY JAMES10 ARLEDGE (A. JACKSON "JACK" OR "JOHN"9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 1860 in TN; HOH 1910 Dickson Co TN as ALDERIDGE; living with s-i-l Amanda Arledge, and died in [R. Ferguson says c 1894].  He married AMANDA "MANDY" C. FRIZZELL 26 Mar 1884 in Marion Co, TN, daughter of DAVID LAYNE and MARY ???.  She was born Apr 1866 in TN d/o David Frizzell and Elizabeth Powell; HOH 1900 Marion CO, TN (divorced); in 1910 in Dickson Co, TN with b-i-l? James M. Alderidge; divorced Arledge and remarried John Layne.
 
Notes for HENRY JAMES ARLEDGE:
1910 Dickson County, Tennessee, HOH as ALDERIDGE.  Living with sister-in-law Amanda Arledge.
1940 CCD as Henry J. Arledge res. 2010 Wilson.  Lived with June & Leon C.
IMPORTANT RF Notes:  The 1910 census lists a James M. Alderidge, age 31.  His mother-in-law Amanda
Aulidge, age 52 is living with his family.  Living next door is
ANOTHER James Aulidge, age 30, with his family.
 
Notes for AMANDA "MANDY" C. FRIZZELL:
1910 Dickson County, Tennessee, HOH as ALDERIDGE.  Living with sister-in-law Amanda Arledge.
1940 CCD as Henry J. Arledge res. 2010 Wilson.  Lived with June & Leon C.
IMPORTANT RF Notes:  The 1910 census lists a James M. Alderidge, age 31.  His mother-in-law Amanda
Aulidge, age 52 is living with his family.  Living next door is
ANOTHER James Aulidge, age 30, with his family.
 
From Rachael Ferguson <gr8-iml8@juno.com>
 
CENSUS INFORMATION
1) 1870 Marion County,Tennessee     Page 3
29  Frizzell, Amanda    4   Tennessee
Source:  Sandy Cooley sent the same information in an e-mail 22 July 2003
 
2) 1880 District 3, Marion County, Tennessee Census
FHL Film 1255268   NA Film T9-1268   Page 195A
David FRIZZELL Self     M         Male     W         47         TN        Farmer TN        TN       
Amand C. FRIZZELL Dau           S          Female             W         14         TN        At Hom             ---       &nbbsp; ---       &nbbsp;
RF Notes:  I believe she is living with her father and stepmother.
 
3) 1900 5th Civil District, Marion County, Tennessee     Sheet 3A
Dwelling 43,    Family 44
11  Layne, Amanda C.    head   Apr 1866    34   Divorced   7 children, 6 living   TN TN TN
12  Layne, Minnie P.    dau   July 1897   2
13  Layne, Samuel A.    son   Sept 1898   1
14  Arledge, John M.    son   Mar 1886   14
15  Arledge, Hester A.    dau   Oct 1887   12
16  Arledge, Mary A.    dau   May 1890   10
17  Arledge, Jo Etta    dau   Feb 1892   8
RF Notes:  Sandy Cooley sent an e-mail on 22 July 2003 with the same information, except she spelled the surname Alledge.  I have viewed the census personally and because I already knew that it was Arledge I think it really looks like it could be Arledge.  However, If I hadn't known their name I might have thought it was ALLedge.
 
     
Children of HENRY ARLEDGE and AMANDA FRIZZELL are:
              i.   JOHN M.11 ARLEDGE, b. Mar 1886, Marion Co, TN; d. May be the JM Arledge who died Aug 1923 in Jackson Co AL.
              ii.   HESTER A. ARLEDGE, b. Oct 1887, Marion Co, TN.
             iii.   MARY A. ARLEDGE, b. May 1890, Marion Co, TN.
             iv.   JOETTA ARLEDGE, b. 02 Feb 1892, Marion Co, TN; d. 08 May 1950, Buried  in Layne's Chapel Cemetery, Victoria, Marion Co, TN; m. MELVIN WALKER LAYNE, Abt. 1914, Marion Co, TN; b. 01 May 1888, Marion Co, TN; son of George Washington LAYNE and Lucy A. GARNER; d. 26 Aug 1932, Buried  in Layne's Chapel Cemetery, Victoria, Marion Co, TN.
 
Notes for JOETTA ARLEDGE:
Tue, 28 Aug 2001
From:         greatiml8@hotmail.com
 
The info I have: Easter LAYNE (1835) was a daughter of Stephen LAYNE and Sina MASON.  She
married Jack ARLEDGE.  Their son was Henry ARLEDGE.  Henry married Mandy.  Their child JoEtta Arledge is my husbands maternal grandmother.  Stephen's father was David LAYNE.  His parents were John LAIN (Abt 1768) and Barbara DeVault (Abt 1770 NC).  Not much. Hope this helps.
 
Notes for MELVIN WALKER LAYNE:
From Rachel Ferguson <gr8-iml8@juno.com>
 
Information obtained through:
1) Robbie Mae Layne - daughter
Dunlap Mountain coal miner - back accident.  Couldn't walk after cave-in.
 
2) Obituaries of Marion County, Tennessee, 1920-1985, Volume Three H-L
Compiled by Euline Harris
Page 233    9-1-32
"Mel Layne.
Whitwell, Aug. 30 - Funeral services for Mell Layne, 40, who died at his home here Friday afternoon were held from the Holiness church Saturday afternoon, the Rev. J. M. Gibbs officiating.  Interment was in the Layne Chapel cemetery."
 
CENSUS INFORMATION
1) 1900 District 100, Marion County, Tennessee Census, Page 3B
Dwelling 52   Family 54
LAYNE, Melvin    Son    May 1890    10    TN TN TN
RF Notes:  I have 1888 for year of birth
 
2) 1910 NOT listed with Dad and siblings - Not married yet
 
3) 1920 E.D. #67, Whitwell, Marion County, Tennessee   Sheet 3A
Dwelling 49    Family 50
14  LAYNE, Mell    head   29   Miner - coal mine
15  LAYNE, Joetta    wife   27
16  LAYNE, Maurice    dau   5
17  LAYNE, Franklin    son   3-7/12
18  LAYNE, Bobbie    son   2-2/12
RF Notes:  Mell's name was transcribed as "Lyell".  It DID look like Lyell :)  Myrtle's name looks like
Maurice, and Robbie is listed as a SON!  This census taken must have had a HARD day with these Layne's.
 
4) 1930 E.D. #58-2, Marion County, Tennessee    Sheet 1   
Dwelling 6   Family 7     Main Street
31 LAYNE, Mel   head   R   $2.00   39 M 22   Tennessee   Miner   Coal miner
32 LAYNE, Joetta    wife   38 M 21   Tennessee
33 LAYNE, Myrtle   dau   16   Tennessee   Hosiery Mill  
34 LAYNE, Franklin   son   14   Tennessee
35 LAYNE, Robbie   dau   12   Tennessee
36 LAYNE, Ralph   son   10   Tennessee
37 LAYNE, James   son   6   Tennessee
38 LAYNE, Lily   dau   4   Tennessee
39 LAYNE, Lofty   son   3   Tennessee
RF Notes:  Mell died two years after this census was taken.
 
 
             v.   IVY ARLEDGE, b. Abt. 1894, TN; d. Bef. 1900.
 
 
110.  MARY ANGUS10 ARLEDGE (A. JACKSON "JACK" OR "JOHN"9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Abt. 1866 in TN.  She married (1) GEORGE CANNON 01 Aug 1886 in Marion Co, TN.  He was born in of Missouri, and died 05 May 1896 in Whitwell, Marion Co, TN; killed in mine explosion.  She married (2) J. B. MCCOY Bef. 1899. 
 
Notes for MARY ANGUS ARLEDGE:
1900 Marion Co, TN census:
 
McCoy, J.B. (H) Nov 1861  38  (M)13
            Mary A. wife   June 1871 28  (M)13                   4/3
             Jackson        Feb 1886   14
                Barney           Jan 1889     11
                Birtie M.          Jul 1899    10/12
Cannon, Lillie  std             Apr 1890   10
              Fred  sts         June 1895   4
Mary Angus Arledge married (1) ? Cannon had ?, Lillie and Fred.   Mary married
(2) J. B. McCoy and had daughter Birtie M.  4/3 means 3 of her 4 children are
living.
 
Notes for GEORGE CANNON:
Murder, Mayhem and More
Compiled by Euline Harris   Page 4   Center Column    Copied as found, including spelling.
 
7 May 1896
"Accident at Whitwell.
Chattanooga.  May 5 -- About 4 o'clock this afternoon George Cannon and Thomas Atherton, two miners at
Whitwell, entered there room in the mine and fixed a "shot" and ignited the fuse.  They left the room at
once and waited for the explosion which did not occur in the time expected.  Both men returned to the
room to investigate.  Just as they reached the point where the charge has been placed it exploded. 
Cannon's head was blown off, and Atherton died within less than half an hour.  Cannon leaves a wife and
two children.  He came to Whitwell from Missouri, Atherton was a young man."
RF Notes:  Mary and George had two children, then in 1899  Mary remarried.
 
     
Children of MARY ARLEDGE and GEORGE CANNON are:
              i.   LILLIE11 CANNON, b. Apr 1890.
              ii.   FRED CANNON, b. Jun 1895, gr'mother Easter living with him in 1920 census; living with uncle Joe Arledge in 1930 census (age 29), farm laborer truck farm.
 
     
Child of MARY ARLEDGE and J. MCCOY is:
             iii.   BIRTIE M.11 MCCOY, b. Jul 1899.
 
 
111.  BARNEY A.10 ARLEDGE (A. JACKSON "JACK" OR "JOHN"9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Mar 1870 in TN [1930 census says father b NC]; 1891 Voter's List, Marion Co, TN (Dist. 4) as BA Arledge; HOH 1900 Marion CO, TN; 1910 Sequatchie Co; 1920 Hamilton Co TN, 1930 Hamilton CO (14th St, Chatt) mechanic on steam railway, and died 02 Aug 1934 in d age 64, Chattanooga, TN (see obit); Bur. Greenwood Mem Park, Hamilton Co, TN.  He married ETTA (NANCY HENRIETTA) C. ??? Abt. 1891.  She was born Jul 1872 in TN SC SC; in 1936 CCD on E. 13th; 1946 CCD at 1702 Vance Ave.; in 1940 at Hemphill Ave.; all children b TN, and died Aft. 1946.
 
Notes for BARNEY A. ARLEDGE:
died 2 August 1934, Chattanooga, TN:
 
Arledge-Barney, age 64, died at his home 903 Highland Park avenue at 5AM Wednesday.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Etta Arledge; five daughters, Mrs. Roy C. Long of Dallas TX; Mrs. Ernest Hooper of Seco KY, Mrs. Clifford Baldwin, Mrs. Rankin Wilson and Miss Lorena Arledge of this city.  Funeral services will be held from the Smith Funeral Home at 2:30PM today, the Revs. A.M. Stansel and H.M. Linkus officiating. Interment Greenwood Memorial Park, in charge of Smith Funeral Service, Inc.
 
1900 TN Marion CO, TN census:
 
ALRIDGE, Barney - Mar 1870 age 30 marr. 9 years TN coal miner  [all TN-TN-TN]
Ettie [or Ettar] wife - July 1872 age 27 TN 5/4 (prob means 5 children 4 living)
Callie, dau  6 - Dec 1893 TN
Minnie, dau  4  - Aug 1895 age 4 TN
Gertie dau  2  - Oct 1897 TN
Nellie I. dau 3/12 - March 1900 TN
 
1903 newspaper clipping: "William Pickett, formerly of this place was robbed and killed in Colorado a short time ago. He was the brother in law of Barney Arledge and Charley Holloway."  [from "Murder, Mayhem and More, Vol. 1, 1895-1929" extractions from Marion Co, TN newspapers by Euline Harris, Whitwell, TN.]
 
1910 Sequatchie Co TN:
 
106-107
Arledge, Barney Husb M W  40 1st marr (18 yrs) Coal Miner TN-TN-TN
Arledge, Etta wife F W 37  1st marr (18 yrs)
 ''      Hallie or Dallie dau 16 years
 ''      Minnie dau 14
 ''      Girdie dau age 12
 ''      Nellie dau age 10
 ''      Hazel dau age 7
 ''      Lorena dau age 3
 
1920 Hamilton Co, TN:
 
Arledge, Barney age 49 bp: TN   ED:212-13-36 Hamilton Co TN
         Etta wife age 47 bp: TN
         Hazel dau age 16 bp: TN
         Lorene dau age 13 bp: TN
 
1930 District 31, Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee    Sheet 2B
Dwelling 36   Family 43   921 14th Street   
77  ARLEDGE, Barney A.    Head   $2,750   60 M 28   Tennessee-NorthCarolina-Tennessee  
      Mechanic - Steam Railway
78  ARLEDGE, Ettie    Wife   57 M 19   Tennessee-SouthCarolina-SC
79  ARLEDGE, Willie H.    Daughter   27 S   Tennessee   Waitress - Restaurant
80  ARLEDGE, Lornea S.    Daughter   23 S   Tennessee   Knitter - Hosery Mill
RF Notes:  "Ettie"'s age at marriage should only be two years from Barney's.  I do not know which is
correct.
 
     
Children of BARNEY ARLEDGE and ETTA ??? are:
              i.   ???11 ARLEDGE, d. Aft. 1934, of Chattannooga, TN; m. CLIFFORD BALDWIN.
              ii.   CALLIE ARLEDGE, b. Dec 1893, TN; living in Seco, KY; m. EARNEST HOOPER, 21 Dec 1910, Sequatchie Co, TN marriage records; bond: Charles Ballard; JL Griffitts, MG.
             iii.   MINNIE ARLEDGE, b. Aug 1895, TN.
             iv.   GERTRUDE ARLEDGE, b. Oct 1897; d. Aft. 1934, of Chattannooga, TN; m. RANKIN FREDERICK WILSON.
             v.   NELLIE I. ARLEDGE, b. 23 Mar 1900; d. 12 Mar 1918, Bur. Greenwood Memorial Park, Hamilton Co, TN.
             vi.   WILLIE HAZEL ARLEDGE, b. 1903, listed with parents in 1930 census, waitress; d. Aft. 1934, of Dallas, TX; m. (1) LEE C. COULTER, 25 Nov 1922, Walker Co, GA; m. (2) ROY C. LONG, 1931, Calcasieu Parish, LA.
            vii.   LORENA S. ARLEDGE, b. 1907, listed in 1936 CCD at 1501 E. 13th (with Etta); with parents in 1930 census; knitter in mill; d. Aft. 1936, Chattanooga. TN; m. ??? MONTGOMERY, Aft. 1930.
 
 
112.  JOHN THOMAS "TOM"10 ARLEDGE (A. JACKSON "JACK" OR "JOHN"9, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 1878 in HOH 1910 Marion CO TN census; Coal Miner; 1930 Marion Co, TN, coal miner, and died 1940 in Marion Co, TN [Bur. Layne's Chapel Freewill Baptist Church].  He married (1) ANNIE CARSON Abt. 1898 in Second marriage for both acc to 1910 census; 1930 census says he first married at age 19.  She was born 1880 in of Whitwell, Marion Co, TN; HOH 1920 Hamilton Co TN census; in 1930 living in Queens, NY with son Arnold.  He married (2) DAISY MARTIN 25 Aug 1919 in Sequatchie Co, TN marriage records as John T. Arledge; bond: PB Smith; offic: JT Walker.    He married (3) ANNIE MAE PALMER 03 Aug 1920 in Sequatchie Co, TN marriage records as J.T. Arledge; JW Arledge as bondsman; Elder WJ Harwood.  She was born in d/o Jake Palmer & ??? Callaway; listed in 1946 CCD as widow at 418 Pine; son Ray Hackney age 9 living with in 1930.
 
Notes for JOHN THOMAS "TOM" ARLEDGE:
1910 Marion Co, TN census
 
#44-44
 
Arledge, John T.    H M W     32   Marr twice; 12 years     coal miner TN-TN-TN
         Annie age 30    w F W     30   Marr twice; 12 years   6 children/2 living TN-TN-TN
         Lena M. dau age 8 TN
         Armie R. son age 3 TN
     
Children of JOHN ARLEDGE and ANNIE CARSON are:
              i.   LENA MAE11 ARLEDGE, b. 1902, may be same as as Lena E. Arledge age 14 living with grandmother Easter in 1910 census in Marion Co TN.
              ii.   ARNOLD R. ARLEDGE, b. 13 Mar 1907, TN TN TN; from Chattanooga, TN; came to NY about 1925; HOH 1930 Arverne, Queens, NY with wife, mother and brother; Contacted by Roone Arledge Sr in 1951, lived in Bell Harbor, NY, a carpenter; d. Feb 1969, lived in Far Rockaway, Queens, NY; m. EVELYN ???, 1929; b. 1905, NY NY NY.
             iii.   BARNEY ARLEDGE, b. Aft. 1910.
             iv.   JOSEPH ARLEDGE, b. 09 Feb 1912, TN; in 1930 census age 17 living in Queens, NY with brother Arnold; d. Nov 1987, lived in Far Rockaway, Queens, NY.
 
     
Child of JOHN ARLEDGE and DAISY MARTIN is:
             v.   ETHEL11 ARLEDGE, b. Abt. 1920.
 
     
Children of JOHN ARLEDGE and ANNIE PALMER are:
             vi.   JEWEL11 ARLEDGE, b. 16 Jun 1922, prob Tennessee (SS#412-38-2238 issued in TN); PVT in US Army; d. 28 Apr 1986, Rossville, Walker, GA; res. Murphreesboro, TN; Bur. Chattanooga National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co, TN; m. (1) GERTIE MAE HARRELL; b. 02 Mar 1932, Chattanooga, TN; d/o Alfred Herrell & Mary Emaline Sims; d. 02 Aug 1993, Chattanooga, TN; m. (2) ??? MOORE; m. (3) ETHEL KILGORE, 05 Feb 1943, Walker Co, GA; b. Abt. 1925; m. (4) DOROTHY MAE MARTIN, 24 Jun 1946, Walker Co, GA; b. Abt. 1928.
 
            vii.   ARMOR ARLEDGE, b. 21 May 1924, [SSDI says 1923] of Chattanooga, TN; in 1946 CCD was melder at Som Iron Wks; res 418 Pine (w/mother); d. 04 Aug 2001, Bradley Co, TN; lived in Whitwell, TN and Cleveland, Bradley Co, TN; m. (1) CHRISTINE FOREMAN; m. (2) IDA MAE COULTER, 27 Jun 1946, Walker Co, GA; b. Abt. 1928; m. (3) BEULAH DEVINE, 04 Apr 1947, Walker Co, GA; b. Abt. 1932, d/o James Vergil Devine of Jefferson CO, AL; d. Bet. 1990 - 1995.
 
           viii.   RUBY ARLEDGE, b. 25 Nov 1926, KY; then Victoria and Chattanooga, TN; lives in Rossville, GA; m. (1) EARNEST W. HACKNEY, 06 Jul 1944, Walker Co, GA; b. Abt. 1914; m. (2) EDWARD E. SMITH, 25 Jan 1946, Walker Co, GA; b. Abt. 1922; m. (3) PAUL E. MCBEE, 30 Jul 1949, Walker Co, GA; b. Abt. 1921; m. (4) ROY GREEN, 11 Nov 1951, Walker Co, GA; d. Rossville, GA.
 
             ix.   JOHN THOMAS ARLEDGE, JR., b. 08 Mar 1929, prob Tennessee (SS# issued in TN); may be Thos listed in 1960 CCD as Construction Worker, lived at E. Elmwood Dr. in Woodland Hgts.; US Army recruit; d. 05 Apr 1995, Catoosa Co, GA [GA Death Records say lived in Catoosa Co, GA]; lived in Rossville, Walker, GA; Bur Chattanooga Natl Cemetary, Chattanooga, TN; m. FRANCES MARLOWE; b. 1913, Marlowe was married name; maiden name unknown; see obit; d. 01 Aug 2002, Chattanooga, TN; Bur Chattanooga Natl Cemetary, Chattanooga, TN.
 
Notes for JOHN THOMAS ARLEDGE, JR.:
 
"John" Thomas Arledge
DOB:  3-8-29
DOD:  4-7-95
Burial:  National Cemetary, Chattanooga TN
Residence:  Rossville GA with sister Ruby Arledge Green
Relations:  sisters, Irene Tatum, Pensacola FL, Margie Louise Atterton,
Whitwell TN, Ruby Arledge Green, Rossville GA; two brothers, Armor Arledge,
Whitwell TN, Charles E. Arledge, Chattanooga TN
 
Notes for FRANCES MARLOWE:
Chattanooga.com
 
Arledge, Frances
posted August 2, 2002
 
Frances Marlowe Arledge, 89, of Chattanooga, died on Thursday, August 1, 2002, at her residence.
 
Ms. Arledge was a member of Northside Presbyterian Church and was a longtime employee of the Hamilton County Court Clerk's office.
 
She was preceded in death by her husband, Meredith J. Marlow and Tom Arledge.
 
Survivors include her daughter, Dianne Marlowe Hale of Chattanooga, TN; son, Dr. Michael J. Marlowe of Boone, N.C.; grandchildren, Christi Lynn Igou, Scott Marlowe Hale, Jay Meredith Marlowe, Britt Collins Marlowe, and Michelle Hart Marlowe.
 
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday at the Northside Presbyterian Church with burial in National Cemetery.
 
The family will receive friends on Sunday at the north chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home from 3-7 p.m.
 
The body will lie in state on Monday from 9 a.m. till service time at the church.
 
             x.   MORLENE IRENE ARLEDGE, b. 08 Oct 1931, Marriage license says she was 18 in 1945; d. of Pensacola, FL; m. (1) KELVIN C. OR CALVIN KNOWLES, 22 Apr 1945, Walker Co, GA; b. Abt. 1924; m. (2) GEORGE TATUM, Aft. 1945.
             xi.   CHARLES EDWARD ARLEDGE, b. 03 Apr 1934, 1955: machine opr for Williams Coal Co.; later a Warehouseman for Reserve Warehouse Corp (1965, 1970 CCD); d. lived in Chattanooga, Hamilton Co, TN (RD5 in 1955; 703 Bell Ave in 1965; 16 Kirk's Cir in 1970); m. DOROTHY K. ???.
            xii.   MARGIE LOUISE ARLEDGE, b. 07 Nov 1936; d. of Whitwell, TN; m. FRANK LEWIS ATTERTON.
 
 
113.  THOMAS DANIEL10 GRAY (SARAH C.9 ARLEDGE, SAMUEL8, MOSES7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 24 Apr 1868 in Elmore Co, AL, and died 16 Nov 1927 in Elmore Co, AL.  He married (1) ELLA MARTIN 19 Jun 1890 in Elmore Co, AL.    He married (2) LENORA MAGNOLIA "NORA" DENNIS 31 Jan 1894 in Elmore Co, AL.  She was born 17 Aug 1875 in Elmore Co, AL; daughter of Jacob Warren DENNIS and Nancy Elizabeth "Nannie" WILLIAMS, and died 03 Nov 1952 in Elmore Co, AL [Bur. Coosa River Cemetery].
 
Notes for THOMAS DANIEL GRAY:
From Gordon Gray:
 
1880 census shows birth as 1868 lived in Buyckville, Elmore Co. AL
1900 census shows birth as Apr 1871 lived in New Hope, Elmore Co. Al
Mama had down 4/24/1865 from Daddy's oldest sister Ada
 
12 on 1880 census
30 on 1900 census--farmer--owned home w/mortage
44 on 1910 census-- " " " "
52 on 1920 " " " " "
     
Children of THOMAS GRAY and LENORA DENNIS are:
              i.   ADA11 GRAY, b. 30 Apr 1896, Elmore Co, AL; d. May 1980, Alexander City, AL; m. ??? CHAMPION.
              ii.   ALFRED GRAY, b. 1899; d. 1979.
             iii.   JOSEPH W. GRAY, b. 1902; d. 1933.
             iv.   ALONZO GRAY, b. 1903; d. 1979.
             v.   LLOYD GRAY, b. 1906; d. 1976.
             vi.   GRACIE GRAY, b. 1909; d. 1910.
            vii.   SUSIE E. GRAY, b. 1912; d. 1991; m. ??? CHAMPION.
           viii.   FLOYD DENNIS GRAY, b. 1913; d. 1975; m. (1) ATHLENE PAUL, 1936; b. 1915; d. 1991; m. (2) MARTHA RUTH GORDON, 1950; b. 1930.
             ix.   HARLIN GRAY, b. 1916; d. 1990.
 
 
114.  ADA E.10 ARLEDGE (JOHN ALEXANDER9, JOHN8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 1879 in Children living with grandmother Mary Arledge in 1910 census.  She married H. H. SANBORN 07 Apr 1897 in [or July 4?] Bossier Parish, LA; Marriage Book J. p. 438. 
 
Notes for ADA E. ARLEDGE:
1910 Bossier Parish, LA census (from Soundex):
 
Bossier   ED 23  Sh 7
Arlige, Mary E   82              SC
             William  C   s.         22
              Sam               s        20
Sanburn, Harry          gs        10
                Mabel         gd         12
                Aueril          gd            5
 
Bossier  ED 43  Sh19
 Arledge, Sam   w. m.   22
enumerated with Alfore Moore
 
Bossier  ED 18  Sh16
      Arledge  Frank  29 
         enumerated with Alfred Moore
 
Bossier  ED 22  Sh 7
    Arledge      Ensy    Black  Living alone  age 70
     
Children of ADA ARLEDGE and H. SANBORN are:
              i.   MABEL11 SANBURN, b. Abt. 1898.
              ii.   HARRY SANBURN, b. Abt. 1900.
 
Notes for HARRY SANBURN:
1910 LA soundex:
Bossier   ED 23  Sh 7
Arlige, Mary E   82              SC
             William  C   s.         22
              Sam               s        20
Sanburn, Harry          gs        10
                Mabel         gd         12
                Aueril          gd            5
 
             iii.   ALVARIE SANBURN, b. 1906.
 
 
115.  FRANK E.10 ARLEDGE (JOHN ALEXANDER9, JOHN8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 19 Feb 1885 in SS# issued in LA; in Bossier Parish LA by 1909 (see deeds in notes); HOH 1920 & 1930 Bossier Parish, and died 10 Apr 1965 in Bur. Plain Dealing Cemetery, Bossier Parish, LA.  He married (1) EMMA ??? Bef. 1920.  She was born Abt. 1901 in LA; listed in 1920 census.  He married (2) LENA R. DENNIS Bet. 1920 - 1930.  She was born 16 Oct 1891 in Bossier Par, LA; d/o William James McNair Dennis and Beulah Cornelius Bass, and died 21 Mar 1970 in Bur. Plain Dealing Cemetery, Bossier Parish, LA.
 
Notes for FRANK E. ARLEDGE:
1910 Bossier Parish, LA census (from Soundex):
 
Bossier   ED 23  Sh 7
Arlige, Mary E   82              SC
             William  C   s.         22
              Sam               s        20
Sanburn, Harry          gs        10
                Mabel         gd         12
                Aueril          gd            5
 
Bossier  ED 43  Sh19
 Arledge, Sam   w. m.   22
enumerated with Alfore Moore
 
Bossier  ED 18  Sh16
      Arledge  Frank  29 
         enumerated with Alfred Moore
 
Bossier  ED 22  Sh 7
    Arledge      Ensy    Black  Living alone  age 70
 
Lots of deeds in Bossier Parish, LA:
 
4-22-1909, ARLEDGE, Frank E and William C to Henry Sanborn Bk 29 p 477 Reg 014452
1-10-1910, ARLEDGE, FE to WC Bk 29 p 703 Reg 014934
1-11-1910 ARLEDGE WC to FE Arledge Bk 29 p 703 Reg 014934 cash deed
ARLEDGE, Lena R. to John Roberson Bk 49 p. 509 Reg 040765
2-10-1927, ARLEDGE , FE to LC McCann Bk 85 p 44 Reg 047363 cash deed
12-23-1927 ARLEDGE FE to Lummie McCann Bk 85 p 334 Reg 049787
ARLEDGE FE to IM Demoss Bk 78 p. 389 Reg 35529
ARLEDGE, FE & Lena to First State Bank, Plain Dealin, LA Bk 148 p. 389 Reg 35529
5-15-1934 ARLEDGE Mrs WC to LM Moffitt Bk 106 p. 617 Reg 16065
10-12-1953 ARLEDGE Stella Y to Lowery Young Bk 243 p. 441 Reg 92516 (2 documents)
 
 
1910 LA census (from soundex)
 
Bossier  ED 18  Sh16
      Arledge  Frank  29 
         enumerated with Alfred Moore
 
 
1920 LA census
Bossier Vol 9 ED 26 Sht 1 L. 38
Arlidge, Frank, 35 LA
            Emma  19, LA
 
OR????
 
1920 Census Soundex of Louisiana
Bossier Parish
Vol 9 ED 26  Sht 1  31 or 37?
Arledge, Frank w m 35  LA
   Lena R   28   LA
     
Child of FRANK ARLEDGE and LENA DENNIS is:
              i.   FRANCES LANELL11 ARLEDGE, b. 1931; m. WILLIAM OLIVER, 01 Sep 1950.
 
 
116.  WILLIAM CLARK10 ARLEDGE (JOHN ALEXANDER9, JOHN8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 10 Jan 1888 in prob. Caddo or Bossier Parish, LA (see deeds in notes); HOH 1920 Caddo Parish, LA, and died 01 Apr 1971 in lived in Mansfield, De Sota, LA; Bur. Rocky Mount Cemetery, Bossier Parish, LA.  He married (1) MARGARET "MAGGIE" PICKETT.  She was born 09 Jul 1891 in LA, and died 02 Dec 1939 in Bur. Rocky Mount Cemetery, Bossier Parish, LA.  He married (2) STEEA OR STELLA Y ???.  She was born 17 Jun 1900, and died Feb 1979 in lived in Mansfield, De Sota, LA.
 
Notes for WILLIAM CLARK ARLEDGE:
1910 Bossier Parish, LA census (from Soundex):
 
Bossier   ED 23  Sh 7
Arlige, Mary E   82              SC
             William  C   s.         22
              Sam               s        20
Sanburn, Harry          gs        10
                Mabel         gd         12
                Aueril          gd            5
 
Bossier  ED 43  Sh19
 Arledge, Sam   w. m.   22
enumerated with Alfore Moore
 
Bossier  ED 18  Sh16
      Arledge  Frank  29 
         enumerated with Alfred Moore
 
Bossier  ED 22  Sh 7
    Arledge      Ensy    Black  Living alone  age 70
 
1920 census Caddo Parish  Vol 10 ED 79, Sht 7, L. 42
W. C. Arledge 33 born LA
Maggie            28 wife  LA
Clarabelle          8   d.   LA
Lawrence           5   s.   LA
Marshal               3  s.  LA
Luther                6/12  s.  LA
 
Lots of deeds in Bossier Parish, LA:
 
4-22-1909, ARLEDGE, Frank E and William C to Henry Sanborn Bk 29 p 477 Reg 014452
1-10-1910, ARLEDGE, FE to WC Bk 29 p 703 Reg 014934
1-11-1910 ARLEDGE WC to FE Arledge Bk 29 p 703 Reg 014934 cash deed
ARLEDGE, Lena R. to John Roberson Bk 49 p. 509 Reg 040765
2-10-1927, ARLEDGE , FE to LC McCann Bk 85 p 44 Reg 047363 cash deed
12-23-1927 ARLEDGE FE to Lummie McCann Bk 85 p 334 Reg 049787
ARLEDGE FE to IM Demoss Bk 78 p. 389 Reg 35529
ARLEDGE, FE & Lena to First State Bank, Plain Dealin, LA Bk 148 p. 389 Reg 35529
5-15-1934 ARLEDGE Mrs WC to LM Moffitt Bk 106 p. 617 Reg 16065
10-12-1953 ARLEDGE Stella Y to Lowery Young Bk 243 p. 441 Reg 92516 (2 documents)
     
Children of WILLIAM ARLEDGE and MARGARET PICKETT are:
              i.   CLARABELLE11 ARLEDGE, b. Abt. 1912, LA.
              ii.   W. LAWRENCE ARLEDGE, b. 02 Nov 1914, LA; d. 11 Mar 1948, Bur. Rocky Mount Cemetery, Bossier Parish, LA.
             iii.   MARSHALL ARLEDGE, b. Abt. 1918, LA.
             iv.   LUTHER ARLEDGE, b. Bet. 1919 - 1920, LA.
 
 
117.  WILLIAM OR WILLARD A.10 ARLEDGE (JAMES M.9, JOHN8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 28 May 1888 in Columbia Co, AR; SS# issued in Arkansas says 5-28 (AR); gravestone says 5-22-1888; HOH 1920 census Columbia Co AR, and died 18 Feb 1967 in lived in Bodcaw, Nevada, Arkansas (AR); Bur. Philadelphia Cem, Magnolia, AR.  He married RENNA MAE ELMORE 18 Feb 1917 in Columbia Co, AR.  She was born 17 Feb 1899, and died 23 Aug 1939 in Louisiana; Bur. Philadelphia Cem, Magnolia, AR.
 
ARKANSAS 1920 census
 
Columbia Co, Buena Vista Twp,
Arledge, William A. head MW 30 AR US US Farmer
Rena (?) M. wife 21 AR AR AR
J.B. son 2 AR AR AR
 
     
Children of WILLIAM ARLEDGE and RENNA ELMORE are:
              i.   JAMES B.11 ARLEDGE, b. 14 Dec 1917, Served in WWII: PFC 161 Inf 25 Div; killed in war; d. 30 Mar 1945, Bur. Philadelphia Cem, Magnolia, AR.
              ii.   SON ARLEDGE, b. 20 Apr 1920; d. 20 Apr 1920, Bur. Philadelphia Cem, Magnolia, AR.
             iii.   ISAAC "IKE" ARLEDGE, b. 22 Aug 1929, Simsboro, AL [obit says 8-25-1929] SS# issued in AR; from Shreveport, LA; d. 31 Mar 1985, Gillette, Wyoming; bur. Sterling, CO;  see http://www.ccpls.org/databases/obituary1985_89.html; m. LOUISE MAE WIND, 1955, Sterling, CO; lives in Lodgepole, NE.
             iv.   ALLEN ARLEDGE, b. 09 Apr 1920, SS# issued in AR; d. Sep 1987, lived in Grand Ridge, Jackson Co, FL; Bur. Pinecrest Memorial Gardens, Marianna, FL; m. BONNIE MAE ???; b. 13 Aug 1926; d. 12 Jun 1995, Bur. Pinecrest Memorial Gardens, Marianna, FL.
             v.   WILLIAM ARLEDGE, b. Lived in El Dorado, AR then Natchez, MS; had 3 children; d. Still alive in 1985; m. HELEN ???, Divorced.
             vi.   ELMA? ARLEDGE, m. ??? GLOVER.
            vii.   LYDIA? ARLEDGE, m. ??? GLEIM.
 
 
118.  KATIE LEE10 ARLEDGE (JAMES M.9, JOHN8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 20 Dec 1892 in AR, and died 16 Oct 1957 in Shreveport, LA.  She married CAREY KELLY STARNES 23 Jan 1911 in Magnolia, Columbia CO, AR.  He was born 03 Jul 1890 in AR, and died 15 Dec 1923 in Haynesville, LA.
     
Children of KATIE ARLEDGE and CAREY STARNES are:
              i.   MADGE ALLINE11 STARNES, m. LONNIE EDWARD PHILAN; b. 18 Apr 1911, Sardis, Winn Parish, LA.
              ii.   JAMES CLINTON STARNES, b. 28 Jan 1912, Magnolia, Columbia CO, AR; d. 1966; m. VERA MAE WILLIAMSON.
             iii.   DREW DOYLE STARNES, b. 05 Mar 1915, Magnolia, Columbia CO, AR; d. 12 Jul 1986, Sulpher, LA; m. (1) CLARA ANNIE MORRIS, 04 May 1935, Magnolia, Columbia CO, AR; b. 28 Jul 1915, Columbia Co, AR; d. 24 Aug 1942, Magnolia, Columbia CO, AR; m. (2) LESSIE ANN WHITE (POPE), 09 Apr 1943, Shreveport, LA; b. 04 Dec 1915, Jena, LaSalle Parish, LA; d. 17 Jun 1994, Lake Charles, LA.
             iv.   MARVIN DONALD STARNES, b. 10 Mar 1920.
             v.   EMMA GLADYS STARNES, b. 29 Jan 1922, Haynesville, LA; d. Tampa, FL; m. (1) WOODSON ANDREW DIERLAM; m. (2) ALLEN M. ATKINS.
 
 
119.  CARRIE ELIZABETH10 ARLEDGE (WILLIAM G.?9, LYDIA8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 17 Jan 1867 in AR; lived in Monette, AR; had 11 children; all born in Craighead CO, AR.  She married CHARLES MCNEIL POWELL 1882 in Arkansas.  He was born 1868 in Bradford Co, TN; HOH in 1880 Craighead CO, AR census, and died 1920 in Monette, AR.
     
Children of CARRIE ARLEDGE and CHARLES POWELL are:
              i.   JOHN11 POWELL, b. 06 Jan 1889.
              ii.   WILLIAM LEE POWELL, b. 06 Feb 1903; m. ORAL MAE GOWEN.
             iii.   LUCY ELLA POWELL, b. 06 Sep 1900.
             iv.   CHARLES HARVEY POWELL, b. 20 Feb 1898.
             v.   JAMES EDWARD POWELL, b. 22 Jul 1896.
             vi.   INFANT POWELL, b. 06 Jul 1892.
            vii.   LOU ANNIE POWELL, b. 30 Jan 1894.
           viii.   IDA MAE POWELL, b. 07 Jan 1891.
 
 
120.  LAURA H.10 CASTLES (HARRIET C.9 BROOM, CHARLOTTE8 ARLEDGE, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 08 Jun 1859 in [or 1 June] Fairfield Co, SC, and died 01 Dec 1926 in Richland Co, SC; Bur. Elmwood Cemetary.  She married JOHN CURTIS WEIR.  He was born 25 Jun 1854 in [or 25 Aug] Chester Co, SC, and died 20 Jul 1924 in Columbia, Richland Co, SC; Bur. Elmwood Cem..
 
Notes for JOHN CURTIS WEIR:
In data James W. Green received from Mrs. L.W. (Sylvia) Castles postmarked PM 26 Feb. 1992, she says "John Curtis Weir, 25 Aug 1854 - 20 Jul 1924".  The birth date 25 Aug. disagrees with 5 Aug. that Mrs. Purvis input in PAF prior to Oct. 31, 1991 (the date I plotted a chart of Wm. Broom showing that date).  Date input prior to Oct. 31, 1991 appears to be a typo, since I just phoned Sylvia & she checked a photo of tombstone & it says 25 Aug 1854.  She also checked where she had handcopied his death certificate and found the birth date on it was 25 Aug. also, but said 1855.In data I (James W. Green III) received from Mrs. L.W. (Sylvia)
     
Children of LAURA CASTLES and JOHN WEIR are:
              i.   HENRY W.11 WEIR, b. May 1880.
              ii.   LEILA HARRIET WEIR, b. 22 May 1881, Fairfield Co, SC; d. 16 Mar 1967, Columbia, Richland Co, SC; Bur. Elmwood Cem.; m. CHARLES CHANDLER OWEN, 19 Jan 1904, Washington St. ME Church, Columbia, Richland Co, SC; b. 21 Jun 1875, Chester, Chester Co., South Carolina; d. 20 Nov 1959, Baptist Hospital, Columbia, Richland Co., South Carolina.
             iii.   JOHNNIE W. WEIR, b. Sep 1882.
             iv.   CHARLES DAVID WEIR, b. 01 Jan 1884; d. 28 Feb 1930; m. JESSIE MAY HEDGEPATH, 20 Mar 1917, parsonage, Ebenezer Luth.Ch, Columbia, Richland Co., SC; b. Abt. Jun 1893.
             v.   SUSAN MATTIE WEIR, b. 03 Apr 1886, Columbia, Richland Cty, SC; d. 09 Aug 1971, Gaffney, Cherokee CTy, SC; m. ISAAC QUITMAN ANTHONY, 28 Dec 1905, Columbia, Richland, SC; b. 01 Jun 1872, Cherokee Co., SC; d. 31 Oct 1963, Gaffney, Cherokee Co., SC.
             vi.   ERNEST COLUMBUS WEIR, b. 03 Apr 1886; d. 29 Jun 1932; m. DAISY KOON; b. 15 Oct 1893; d. 24 Mar 1958.
            vii.   MARY L. WEIR, b. 04 Jul 1888; d. 08 Dec 1959; m. JAMES "JIM" G. SWECKER; b. 09 Sep 1893; d. 26 Dec 1964.
           viii.   LEMUEL S. WEIR, b. Nov 1889.
             ix.   EBENEZER C. WEIR, b. Aug 1891.
             x.   CLARENCE C. WEIR, b. Abt. Dec 1892; m. (1) ALLIE MAE DENT; b. Abt. Jun 1897; m. (2) PEARL ZEIGLER; d. Abt. 1988.
             xi.   ETHEL LILLIAN WEIR, b. Oct 1895; d. Abt. 1970, Lake Wales, Florida; m. (1) PERCIVAL SELDEN; b. Abt. 1871; d. Abt. 1959, Columbia, South Carolina; m. (2) WARWICK AMBERG SULLIVAN, 27 Jan 1915, Columbia, South Carolina; b. Abt. Sep 1892; d. of TB.
 
 
121.  CALVIN10 CASTLES (HARRIET C.9 BROOM, CHARLOTTE8 ARLEDGE, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Nov 1860, and died See Notes in Fairfield Co, SC [Bur. Beaver Creek Baptist].  He married MARGARET STEPHENSON. 
 
Notes for CALVIN CASTLES:
Data I (James W. Green III) received from Mrs. L.W. (Sylvia
     
Children of CALVIN CASTLES and MARGARET STEPHENSON are:
              i.   BESSIE J.11 CASTLES.
              ii.   EDNA M. CASTLES.
             iii.   HENRY D. CASTLES.
             iv.   JAMES F. CASTLES, b. 05 Mar 1886; d. 02 May 1942, Chester, Chester CO, SC [Evergreen Cem]; m. PEARL MCMANUS; b. 13 Jul 1889; d. 15 Sep 1982, Chester, Chester CO, SC [Evergreen Cem].
 
 
122.  JULIUS AUSTIN10 ARLEDGE (JERRY LEE9, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 20 Dec 1888 in HOH 1920 Lafayette Co, Arkansas, and died 18 Feb 1928 in Miller Co, AR [Bur. Mars Hill Cemetery, Stamps, AR].  He married ZUMA OUSLEY 21 Dec 1913.  She was born 18 Jun 1895, and died 03 Oct 1977.
 
Notes for JULIUS AUSTIN ARLEDGE:
1920 Arkansas census, Lafayette Co, Mars Hill:
 
Arledge, Julius 31 LA TX LA
Zuma 24 AR AR AR
Ariel son 2 AR
Alice dau 2/12 AR
 
     
Children of JULIUS ARLEDGE and ZUMA OUSLEY are:
              i.   EULA EARLINE11 ARLEDGE, b. 1916, Not listed with parents in 1920 census: where was she?; d. Bet. 1970 - 1979, Bur. Mars Hill Cemetery, Stamps, AR.
              ii.   ERROL ARLEDGE, b. 31 May 1918, SS# issued in AR; d. Feb 1974; m. VELMA DEAN CLARK, 02 Aug 1945.
             iii.   ALICE ARLEDGE, b. 12 Dec 1919; d. Had 3 sons; m. OLIVER KELSAL KILPATRICK, 13 Aug 1946; b. 30 May 1918; d. 30 Sep 1986.
             iv.   IRMA ARLEDGE, b. 19 Oct 1923; m. HAROLD CLARY, 03 Feb 1940.
 
 
123.  RAYMOND FLOYD10 ARLEDGE (JERRY LEE9, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 31 May 1891 in Blanchard, Caddo Parish, LA; HOH 1920 &1930 Caddo Parish (next door to brother MP in 1930), and died 05 Dec 1945 in Bur. Blanchard Cemetary.  He married NANNIE ATTAWAY 21 Dec 1910.  She was born 06 Sep 1895 in TX LA MS, and died Nov 1973 in of Vivian, Caddo Parish, LA.
 
Notes for RAYMOND FLOYD ARLEDGE:
1920: Caddo Parish, LA census Vol 10 ED 58, Sht 21  L. 16
 
Raymond Arledge 29  LA
Nannie wife 24  TX
Vernie         6    s.  LA
Onzelle        1/12  d.  LA
 
 
     
Children of RAYMOND ARLEDGE and NANNIE ATTAWAY are:
              i.   VERNIE11 ARLEDGE, b. Abt. 1914, LA; listed as Bernie in 1930 census; d. 14 Jul 1999, Vivian, Caddo Parish, LA [Bur. Blanchard Cem][obit in Shreveport Times]; m. WILLIAM MCNEIL.
 
              ii.   CLABIA ONZELL ARLEDGE, b. 06 Dec 1919, LA; d. 26 Dec 1957, Car accident; m. GERALD CHARLEY DAVENPORT; b. 06 Jun 1918.
 
 
124.  IVIAN EZRA10 ARLEDGE (JERRY LEE9, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 05 Aug 1895 in LA; SS# issued in Oklahoma; HOH 1930 Caddo Parish, LA, working on oil field, and died 18 Oct 1965 in Bur. Blanchard Cemetary, Caddo Parish, LA.  He married MATTIE EMMA BARR 08 Jun 1919.  She was born 07 Aug 1900 in LA, and died 14 Oct 1986 in lived in Mooringsport, Caddo Parish, LA; Bur. Blanchard Cemetary.
 
Children of IVIAN ARLEDGE and MATTIE BARR are:
              i.   VERNICE LEE11 ARLEDGE, b. 01 Apr 1920, LA; d. Mar 1985, of Mooringsport, Caddo Parish, LA; Bur. Gray Cemetery, Cass Co, TX; m. NORMA IRENE ALLEN; b. 11 Sep 1928; d. Bur. Cass Co, TX.
              ii.   LEONARD EZRA ARLEDGE, b. 14 May 1922, LA; d. 05 Jul 1968, lived in Burris, LA; m. MARY VIRGINIA NEWTON, 1944, Marshall, Harrison Co, TX; b. 27 Dec 1925; d. Had twin daughters.
 
Notes for LEONARD EZRA ARLEDGE:
Christene Hucklebridge <NANA81427@aol.com> wrote:
 
Leonard  ARLEDGE  b, 1922 d, 1968  was my brother.  son of Ivian Ezra ARLEDGE, grandson of Jerry Lee ARLEDGE,  ggrandson of William ARLEDGE.b 1818. d 1875
Leonard ARLEDGE  m Mary Virginia Newton, Harrison Co. TX  1945?  Drowned in a boating accident on Caddo Lake, La. 1968.  At the time of his death, he was living in Burris, La. and was employed by the Gulf Oil Co.
 
             iii.   EVA CHRISTENE ARLEDGE, b. 14 Aug 1927, LA <nana81427@aol.com>; m. ROBERT HUCKLEBRIDGE, 19 Apr 1947, Old State Capitol, Baton Rouge, LA; b. 27 Jan 1926.
 
 
125.  MAHLEN PRYOR10 ARLEDGE (JERRY LEE9, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 30 Sep 1897 in Blanchard, Caddo Parish, LA; HOH 1920 & 1930 Census Caddo Parish  (next door to brother RF in 1930), and died 09 Nov 1958 in Bur. Blanchard Cemetary.  He married ETHEL LILES 19 Jun 1918.  She was born 02 Jul 1900 in LA LA LA (children all b LA), and died 30 Apr 1982 in Cass Co, TX; lived Oil City, Caddo Parish, LA; Bur. Blanchard Cemetary.
 
Notes for MAHLEN PRYOR ARLEDGE:
1920 LA census
Caddo Parish Vol 9, ED 35 Sht 8 L 86
 
Arledge, Mahlen age 22 b.  LA
Ethel  wife 19  LA
Florence  1  4/12 d.  LA
 
Children of MAHLEN ARLEDGE and ETHEL LILES are:
              i.   FLORENCE11 ARLEDGE, b. 1919; d. Had 4 daughters; m. JOE BLALOCK.
              ii.   MAHLEN PRYOR ARLEDGE, JR., b. 1925; m. PAULINE AKIN, 24 Dec 1942.
             iii.   ELEANOR ARLEDGE, b. Aft. 1930; d. age 10 in bicycle accident.
             iv.   BETTY W. ARLEDGE, b. 1928; m. JOHN GRYDER.
 
 
126.  WINNIE NEWMAN10 ARLEDGE (JERRY LEE9, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 15 Sep 1899 in Blanchard, Caddo Parish, LA, and died 09 Jun 1956.  She married BRIAN ATTAWAY. 
     
Children of WINNIE ARLEDGE and BRIAN ATTAWAY are:
              i.   WAYLON11 ATTAWAY, d. Had 2 daughters; m. PAULINE HUDSON.
              ii.   JAMES LEE ATTAWAY.
             iii.   DORTHY ATTAWAY, d. Had 4 daughters; m. RICHARD CALHOUN.
             iv.   BILLY RAY ATTAWAY, m. VIRGINIA ASHBY.
             v.   PATSY ATTAWAY, d. Had 4 children; m. HAROLD CASH.
 
 
127.  RUEL OSWELL10 ARLEDGE (JERRY LEE9, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 14 Nov 1905 in Blanchard, Caddo Parish, LA; with parents in 1930, working as "roustabout with crude oil svc", and died 16 Jan 1971 in of Oil City, Caddo Parish, LA; Bur. Blanchard Cemetary.  He married MYRTLE MAE GREER 27 Jun 1931. 
     
Children of RUEL ARLEDGE and MYRTLE GREER are:
              i.   ROBERT UDELL11 ARLEDGE, b. 20 Apr 1932; d. 10 Apr 1998, of Blanchard, Caddo Parish, LA; m. MATTIE FAYE ALLEN; b. Name also given as Ashby.
              ii.   ARTHUR GLENN ARLEDGE, b. 24 May 1934; d. 16 Jun 1938, Bur. Blanchard Cem, Caddo Parish, LA.
             iii.   PEGGY NELL ARLEDGE, b. 24 Jul 1936, Blanchard, Caddo Parish, LA <densmop@cyberback.com>; m. KENNETH E. DENSMORE, 28 Feb 1953.
             iv.   EDWARD EARL ARLEDGE, b. 09 Feb 1940, lived in Cass Co, TX; m. SUZIE DENNIG, Jun 1958.
             v.   JERRY OSWELL ARLEDGE, b. 01 Apr 1942, football coach in West Monroe, LA; m. SALLY IVEY LYTTON, Jul 1960; b. 14 Nov 1941.
 
 
128.  LILLIAN EARL10 ARLEDGE (JERRY LEE9, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 20 Jan 1910 in Blanchard, Caddo Parish, LA; with parents in 1930, and died 1973 in Bur. Blanchard Cemetary.  She married (1) LAWRENCE GERHARDT.    She married (2) OBIE BOSTWICK. 
     
Child of LILLIAN ARLEDGE and LAWRENCE GERHARDT is:
              i.   JERRY11 GERHARDT.
 
 
129.  THOMAS A.10 HICKS (FANNIE O.9 ARLEDGE, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1)  He married ELSIE ???.  She was born in had 4 children.
     
Child of THOMAS HICKS and ELSIE ??? is:
              i.   ELOISE11 HICKS.
 
 
130.  EDITH ABIGAIL10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS FRANKLIN9, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 08 Apr 1906 in Of Bloomburg, Cass Co, TX, and died 17 May 1979 in Bur. Beech Creek Cemetery, Atlanta, Cass, TX.  She married WILLIAM F. HOLDER 29 Aug 1929 in Miller Co, AR.  He was born 1908 in MS; lived Atlanta, Cass Co, TX (1930 census), and died in Bur. Beech Creek Cemetery, Atlanta, Cass, TX.
 
Children of EDITH ARLEDGE and WILLIAM HOLDER are:
              i.   LEON11 HOLDER.
              ii.   FAYE HOLDER.
             iii.   FELTON HOLDER.
             iv.   JOYCE HOLDER.
             v.   THOMAS HOLDER.
             vi.   GEORGIA HOLDER.
 
 
131.  SETH DELIOUS OR DELLAS10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS FRANKLIN9, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 26 Feb 1912 in SS# issued in TX, and died 26 Feb 1990 in lived in Atlanta, TX; Bur. Cass Co, TX.  He married GUSSIE L. COLYER 1935.  She was born 25 Nov 1918, and died 30 Nov 1994 in Bowie Co, TX; lived in Atlanta, TX; Bur. Cass Co, TX.
     
Children of SETH ARLEDGE and GUSSIE COLYER are:
              i.   CAROLYN ANN11 ARLEDGE, b. 23 Dec 1946, Cass Co, TX; m. JAMES L. TANNER, 22 Sep 1969, Titus Co, TX; b. Abt. 1936.
              ii.   GLENDA FAY ARLEDGE, b. 19 Jul 1945, Cass Co, TX (twin); m. JERRY W. DONLEY, 17 Jan 1970, Cass Co, TX; b. Abt. 1951.
             iii.   LINDA KAY ARLEDGE, b. 19 Jul 1945, Cass Co, TX (twin).
 
 
132.  BERTHA MARGE10 ARLEDGE (THOMAS FRANKLIN9, WILLIAM8, LYDIA7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Abt. 1916 in lived in Cass Co, TX.  She married (1) CARL ENGLISH.    She married (2) EARL C. KIRCHER 23 Oct 1969 in Harris Co, TX.  He was born Abt. 1913.  She married (3) CLAUDE CASEY 30 May 1987 in Harris Co, TX.  He was born Abt. 1913.
     
Child of BERTHA ARLEDGE and CARL ENGLISH is:
              i.   MARSHALL RAY11 ENGLISH, b. 13 Nov 1936, Cass Co, TX (birth records).
 
 
133.  MARTHA BURDETT10 ASHBEY (MARTHA BURDETTE9 ARLEDGE, CULLEN EARP (CAPT.)8, ELIJAH7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 25 Nov 1850 in [or 11-16]New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA, and died 1921.  She married WILLIAM PICKERING HEALEY 09 Nov 1868 in New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA.  He was born 1831 in New Hampshire.
     
Children of MARTHA ASHBEY and WILLIAM HEALEY are:
              i.   WELLS11 HEALEY, b. 19 Sep 1870, New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA.
              ii.   ELIZABETH PICKERING HEALEY, b. 06 Jul 1878, New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA.
 
 
134.  LEWIS WILLIAM10 ASHBEY (MARTHA BURDETTE9 ARLEDGE, CULLEN EARP (CAPT.)8, ELIJAH7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 25 Nov 1855 in Fowlstown, Decatur Co, GA; listed in New Orleans City Directory 1873-1909, and died 05 Jul 1920 in Independence, Tangipahoa, LA.  He married (1) CARRIE CECELIA RAYMOND 11 Mar 1886 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish, LA.  She was born 17 Jun 1858 in New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA; All children born in Orleans Parish, LA.  He married (2) ANNIE V. DURBIN 01 Sep 1915 in Independence, Tangipahoa, LA.  She was born 09 May 1883 in LA.
     
Children of LEWIS ASHBEY and CARRIE RAYMOND are:
              i.   MATTIE HEALEY11 ASHBEY, b. 20 May 1888.
              ii.   LUCY JANE ASHBEY, b. 26 Jan 1890, New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA; d. 01 Oct 1973, Port Allen, W. Baton Rouge, LA; Bur. White Castle Cem., Iberville, LA; m. LOUIS JAMES TRUDEAU, 17 Jun 1907, Jefferson Parish, LA; b. 30 Oct 1886, Pointe Coupee, LA.
             iii.   LEWIS WILLIAM ASHBEY, b. 09 Jan 1892, New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA; d. 29 Sep 1966, New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA; Bur. St. Louis Cemetery # 3; m. MAUDE THERESA LANGENSTEIN; b. 19 Nov 1887.
             iv.   WILLIAM GORDON ASHBEY, b. 11 Aug 1896, [or Aug 1?].
             v.   EDNA ASHBEY, b. 17 Aug 1898.
             vi.   ARLEDGE HENRY ASHBEY, b. 21 May 1900, New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA; d. 16 Dec 1985, New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA; m. LILLIAN MAE KRATZBERG, 06 Jun 1923, New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA; b. 25 Dec 1901, New Orleans, Orleans Co, LA.
 
     
Children of LEWIS ASHBEY and ANNIE DURBIN are:
            vii.   INFANT11 ASHBEY, b. 30 Oct 1916.
           viii.   EUNICE MAY ASHBEY.
 
 
135.  FLORENCE CORRINE10 RICHARDSON (MARY ELIZA9 ARLEDGE, CULLEN EARP (CAPT.)8, ELIJAH7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 1871 in Summersfield, AL; DAR member 107105; see notes for offspring, and died 1933.  She married FREDERICK S. BALL.  He was born 1866, and died 1942.
 
Children of FLORENCE RICHARDSON and FREDERICK BALL are:
              i.   CHARLES ARTHUR11 BALL, m. (1) ELLEN KNOWLES; m. (2) MARY THOMPSON; m. (3) INEZ CANNON.
              ii.   RICHARD ARLEDGE BALL, m. MORTIMER TUTTLE.
             iii.   FREDERICK S. BALL, b. 1896; m. CAROLINE LEE DAVIDSON.
 
 
136.  GEORGE10 RICHARDSON (MARY ELIZA9 ARLEDGE, CULLEN EARP (CAPT.)8, ELIJAH7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born in lived in Louisville, Winston Co, MS--an attorney; moved to Macon, Noxubee Co, MS c 1900.  He married EMMA SYKES. 
     
Child of GEORGE RICHARDSON and EMMA SYKES is:
              i.   MARY EMMA11 RICHARDSON, m. ??? WELCH.
 
 
137.  EMMA AMELIA10 SHAFER (EMMELINE "EMMA" CLARY9 ARLEDGE, CULLEN EARP (CAPT.)8, ELIJAH7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born Bet. 11 Jul 1860 - 1861 in Key West, Monroe Co, FL; lived in Cheyenne, WY, and died 30 Dec 1934 in Plainfield, NJ.  She married LEMUEL COLES SMITH.  He was born 1858 in New York City s/o Lemuel Smith and Josephine Coles, and died 12 Jun 1930 in Plainfield, NJ.
 
Children of EMMA SHAFER and LEMUEL SMITH are:
              i.   JOSEPHINE M.11 SMITH.
              ii.   LEMUEL COLES SMITH, b. 12 Sep 1882, Cheyenne, WY; d. 19 Feb 1968, Plainfield, NJ; m. GERTRUDE ALFRIDA FALK, 06 Jun 1908, Brooklyn, NY; b. 21 Apr 1886, Sweden; d. 02 May 1971, Plainfield, NJ.
 
 
138.  MARY EMILY OR EMILY MAE10 ARLEDGE (GEORGE HENRY OR XERXES9, CULLEN EARP (CAPT.)8, ELIJAH7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 14 Jul 1871 in VA or TX, and died 03 Feb 1937 in Oklahoma City, OK [Bur. Rock Creek Cem,  Washington, DC 7 Feb 1937].  She married WARREN KYLE SNYDER Abt. 1894 in Prob. Washington, DC.  He was born 08 Feb 1868 in Alexandria, VA; at age 15 sent to Pecos River of TX to work cattle; staked claims in Oklahoma in 1889; an attorney in Oklahoma City; HOH 1900, 1920 Oklahoma City, and died 05 Jul 1940 in Oklahoma City, OK [Bur. Fairlawn Cem, Oklahoma City].
 
Notes for MARY EMILY OR EMILY MAE ARLEDGE:
1870 VA census gives age as 10 months, 1880 census as 10 yrs, death certificate gives DOB as 14 Feb 1871. Have been unable to obtain birth cert from VA.
 
Edward Snyder wrote:
 
The next bit of information concerns my grandmother, Emily Arledge Snyder, daughter of George Henry Arledge. I had known that she died in Okla. City in 1937 and was buried in Washington, DC. She was an easterner at heart and never took to Okla! Back in August I wrote the Okla City funeral home that handled the arrangements in Okla.City. Several days ago I received from them copies of paperwork showing that Emily was buried in Rock Creek Cemetery in Washington, DC. on Feb 7, 1937. I suspect that there may be a family plot there. Emily’s sisters Virginia and Caroline both died in Washington,  and probably George's wife Caroline. There is a story that George died there as well. So will be trying to track that angle down. My wife and I expect to go to Virginia and Tenn. in the fall for genealogy and Washington will certainly be on the list.
 
In July Edward wrote: Back in April I sent you information I had received from the funeral home that handled arrangements for Emily Arledge Snyder's funeral. I reported that she was buried in Rock Creek Cemetery in Wash., D.C. I did not think to mention some additional info was on the hand written invoice copy that the funeral home sent to me. There is a marginal entry that apparently lists the family members expected at the funeral in Okla City and/or burial in D.C. The entry shows Husband: WKS; Sons: Harold Snyder, Edw. C. Snyder; Grandchildren: Mary Emily Snyder, Courtland Snyder (thats me, using my middle name); City (meaning O.C.) Mother; Mrs Caroline L. Arledge; Sisters: Mrs Caroline Hunt, Miss Virginia Arledge; Bros: Hardin B. Arledge, Geo. Arledge.  Wash, D.C. This would indicate that Emily's mother, Carolyn Littlepage Arledge was still alive in Feb 1937 as well as the two sisters and two brothers. As far as I know, other sisters lived elsewhere or may have already died. I know I went to the funeral but don't remember anything about it since I was only 5 1/2. Now I've gone and revealed my age!! By the way, the total charge by the funeral home (not including shipping body to D.C. by rail or charges there) was $501.45.
 
Notes for WARREN KYLE SNYDER:
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/j/o/h/L-N-Johnson/GENE0001-0006.html
     
Children of MARY ARLEDGE and WARREN SNYDER are:
              i.   HAROLD HARDIN11 SNYDER, b. 06 Feb 1896; d. 18 Nov 1956; m. CLARISE CHESNUT; b. 13 Nov 1900; d. 27 Nov 1976, Oklahoma City, OK.
              ii.   EDWARD COURTLAND SNYDER, b. 13 Feb 1898, Oklahoma CIty, OK; name was originally Edwin Cecil Snyder; d. 21 Mar 1984, Joplin, MO; m. (1) WINNIE FLIPPEN, 31 Jan 1931, Nashville, TN; b. 14 Jun 1900, Smith Co, TN; d. 11 May 1987, Ft. Lauderdale, FL [Bur. Mt. Olivet Cem, Nashville, TN]; m. (2) RUBY LAVENDER, 07 Nov 1943, Arkadelphia, AR; d. Dec 1987.
 
139.  HARDEN BURNLEY10 ARLEDGE (GEORGE HENRY OR XERXES9, CULLEN EARP (CAPT.)8, ELIJAH7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 18 Dec 1882 in TX; lived in Washington DC in 1900, and died 17 Jul 1953 in Bur. Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, DC.  He married GRACE MARGARET COMPERE.  She was born 19 Aug 1895, and died 22 Oct 1977 in Bur. Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, DC.
     
Children of HARDEN ARLEDGE and GRACE COMPERE are:
              i.   HARDEN BURNLEY11 ARLEDGE, b. 11 Sep 1919, prob. Washington, DC; d. 09 Jun 1999, lived in Ft. Lauderdale, Broward Co, FL; m. MARTHA EMMALINE LEWIS; b. 1926, D/o George David Lewis and Bertha Ruth Beeson; d. 1990.
 
Notes for HARDEN BURNLEY ARLEDGE:
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/fredmurbach/ma.htm
Prepared by:  J. Frederick Murbach
18 Alfred Road West
Merrick, NY  11566
 
              ii.   ROBERT COMPERE ARLEDGE, b. 30 Aug 1924, Washington, DC; lives in McLean, VA; m. MARIAN BRAUM; b. 22 Feb 1922, Kansas; lives in Vienna, VA.
 
 
140.  HENRY JASPER10 BRUTON (LOUISA ANN "LULA"9 ARLEDGE, CULLEN EARP (CAPT.)8, ELIJAH7, WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4 ALDRIDGE, CLEMENT3, CLEMENT2, JOHN ALDRICH/1) was born 16 Mar 1863, and died 30 Jul 1929.  He married ELIZABETH PAGE NELSON.  She was born 07 Jun 1862, and died 15 Aug 1923.
     
Children of HENRY BRUTON and ELIZABETH NELSON are:
              i.   LOUISE11 BRUTON, b. 1883; d. 1967; m. (1) THOMAS RAINES; m. (2) HENRY RUSKIN.
              ii.   JOSEPH WOOLFOLK BRUTON, b. 1885; d. 1918; m. EUIRA N. MCCARTHY.
             iii.   HENRY CARLTON BRUTON, b. 1887; d. 1919.
             iv.   LILLIAN FLOURNEY BRUTON, b. 1890; d. 1972; m. DAN LAMONT GIBSON.
             v.   JOHN NELSON BRUTON, b. 1892; m. CLARA JORDAN.
             vi.   LILA LEE BRUTON, b. 1899; m. JOHN GOODRICH.
 
 
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