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Our families came from South Carolina, some of them possibly traveled together in a wagon caravan about 1820-1830. Most of them or their fathers served in the American Revolution.
Charles Allen McClain was the son of Josiah Marion McClain and Elizabeth Broadway and her mother was Mary Stephens.  Charles married Lorena Emma Bozeman, daughter of Alice Lorena Stephens and John Thomas Bozeman.
 
Parents of Alice were Sarah Mills and Joe Stephens.  Parents of  Elizabeth were Abner Broadway and Mary Stephens and his parents were "Nancy" and Abner Broadway of South Carolina.  Josiah's parents were "Anna" and James McClain , buried at Indian Creek Cemetery in Georgia.  Parents of John Thomas were Nancy Jane Anderson and Peter Edward Bozeman.  Parents of Nancy Jane were Lavinia Jane Sellers and Seaborne Montgomery Anderson. Peter is buried close to his daughter in law Alice Lorena Stephens Bozeman in a private cemetery behind Hills Chapel Church on the former Hill Plantation.  Our families had many plantations back in those old woods in the 1800s where the roads of Dublin connected to the roads of Ramer, where the old train station once existed.  They could ride the train into Montgomery. The roads into Montgomery were rough and it was usually much easier for them to haul cotton or crops down into Troy by wagon to sell.
Daughter of Charles and Lorena was Alice Emma McClain who married about 1931 to Cecil Earl Carter and had my mother Annie Lee Carter in 1934 but both her parents were dead by 1939 so she grew  up with Charles and Lorena. Parents of Cecil were Anna Lou Stone and William Franklin Fenn and his stepfather's name has not been discovered.
Lorena McClain also had a son Joseph Edward McClain who married Georgia Lou Broadway and had a son named James. Dear Uncle Joe was so dark that he was told to sit in the back of the bus. His wife divorced him and remarried, taking their son with her and giving him a new last name.
 
I have tried to locate them on census records and follow their journey through time, collecting names of their children, and who they married, but even more importantly, the names of their neighbors, often related by blood or by marriage, these families were all very close. Meeting others has helped me gather new stories of their lives and a better outlook of our family history.
 
Family Photo and Surnames in this Research
 

{ Anne's mother Alice McClain, daughter of Lorena Bozeman and Charles McClain
 
Alice McClain Carter's great grandfather Abner Broadway came from South Carolina
http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/b-1860marthabroadwaytimmonsnext2abner
 
 
 
 
 

 
Alice McClain Carter's maternal grandfather was John Bozeman
 
John's great grandfather was Peter of North Carolina who settled in Hope Hull

Nancy Jane Anderson's parents were Lavinia Jane Sellers and Seaborn Montgomery Anderson + Lavinia's mother was Levinia Anderson, Seaborn's Aunt....
 
 
 
Nancy Jane's husband, Peter Edward Bozeman was the son of William Henry Bozemand and Martha Hill of Darlington South Carolina.  Wm and Martha both had fathers in the American Revolution who moved their families to Montgomery County Alabama.  Martha's brother John had a plantation in Dublin, founded Hills Chapel Church and cemetery, plus he had a family cemetery on his land where Peter is buried beside John's son R. L. Hill

Then Peter Edward's brother married Nancy Hill
Nancy Hill's brother William has their mother Charlotty living in his home on one census and take note that William has a  son name Luther Hill.
 
Nancy Hill's husband John Bozeman served in the Civil War along with his brother Peter and their wives filed for a military Pension
 
 
Peter Edward is also buried by his daughter in law, Alice Lorena Stephens Bozeman.  Her parents were Sarah Mills and Joe C Stephens.  Joe was the son of Elisha and grandson of John of South Carolina
http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/stephensnancyhilliard shows us Joe at age 4 living near Broadway, Gibson, and Jeffcoat.
 
..: From 1880 LDS census:
 
Household:
 
 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
 Joe C. STEPHENS   Self   M   Male   W   35   AL   Farmer   AL   AL
 Sarah STEPHENS   Wife   M   Female   W   34   AL   Keeping House   AL AL
 
Alice STEPHENS   Dau   S   Female   W   13   AL      AL   AL
 Anna STEPHENS   Dau   S   Female   W   11   AL      AL   AL
 Luke STEPHENS   Son   S   Male   W   8   AL      AL   AL
 Jennie STEPHENS   Dau   S   Female   W   6   AL      AL   AL
 Jas. STEPHENS   Son   S   Male   W   3   AL      AL   AL
 Edgar STEPHENS   Son   S   Male   W   1   AL      AL   AL
 Geo. WILLIAMS   Other   D   Male   W   22   AL   Field Hand   AL   AL
 

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Source Information:
  Census Place Dublin, Montgomery, Alabama
U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
about J.C. Stephens
Name: J.C. Stephens
Side: Confederate 
Regiment State/Origin: Alabama 
Regiment Name: 4 Alabama Reserves 
Regiment Name Expanded: 4th Regiment, Alabama Reserves 
Company: H 
Film Number: M374 roll 42 
 
 
U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
about J.C. Stephens
Name: J.C. Stephens
Side: Confederate 
Regiment State/Origin: Alabama 
Regiment Name: 23 Alabama Infantry 
Regiment Name Expanded: 23rd Regiment, Alabama Infantry 
Company: C 
Rank In: Private 
Rank In Expanded: Private 
Rank Out: Private 
Rank Out Expanded: Private 
McClain -
 
Alice Carter's ancestors of Virginia moved into Spartanburg SC before 1800
http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/Files1/1800charlesmcclain-spartanburgsc  there is Charles with wife Elizabeth MOON and 3 sons and 3 daughters which would include our Josiah born 1788 before he moved into Georgia and had James.
 
James McClain married "Anna" and had Josiah Marion McClain who had Charles Allen.
Josiah Marion was in the Civil War and his wife Elizabeth Broadway filed for pension.
 
 
 
 
 
Charles Allen McClain and Lorena raised the children of Cecil and Alice McClain Carter.

Annie Lee Carter changed her name to Anne Alice, after her mother Alice McClain Carter. She also named a son Victor.  Annie Lee Carter had no knowledge of her daddy's mother nor the fact she was named after her.  Annie had no knowledge of her Fenn family heritage, only that they were somehow "kin" to her daddy - only when I ordered her daddys death certificate did we learn more.
 
 
 
http://www.usgenealogy.net/members///Kathy///FILES/victordanielcochran10-20-1957to7-17-07.jpg
Charles Allen McClain (74 KB)
Photo taken about 1925 of Great Grandpa and son Walton, son of Lorena
 
  • Anne Alice Carter Cochran (24 KB)
    1940 she married Frankie Lavern Cochran, a son of Luella, in 1951 -
  • Anne's parents were Alice Emma McClain and Cecil Earl Fenn Carter.
  • parents of Alice were Lorena Bozeman and Charles McClain. Parents
  • of Cecil were Anna Lou Stone and William Franklin Fenn
  • Bob Bozeman, brother of Lorena (50 KB)
    son of Ellen Bean and John Thomas Bozeman in Ramer
  • Nancy Bozeman, sister of Lorena (765 KB)
    child of Ellen Bean and John Thomas Bozeman
     
     
  • 1847 Grandpa William Henry Bozeman Estate Administrator
  • 1793 Brother of W. H.
  • McClain and Bozeman Connections
  • Vincent M. Joiner 1829
  • 1838 Sterling Campbell
  • Aunt Ethel Gibson to my mother
  • Uncle Joe McClain with his son James (49 KB)
    Georgia Broadway and her son, She was Joe's second wife.
  • BOZEMAN, Mordecai's son PETER (99 KB)
    Peter's son William Henry named his own son Peter Edward Bozeman in 1834...TOMBSTONE found in Montgomery AL
  • BOZEMAN, Alice Lorena Stephens (94 KB)
    Peter's son William Henry named his own son Peter Edward Bozeman in 1834..PEB had John Thomas and he married Alice....TOMBSTONE found in Montgomery AL
  • Headstones of our McClain families
  • Grandpa Bozeman
  • DEATH CERTIFICATE of Wm F Fenn, father is JOHN FAN (449 KB)
    amazing links to the past....John Fann/Fenn of Tuskegee Alabama back to Elijah Fenn of Georgia
  • DEATH CERTIFICATE of Cecil Carter , father WFenn (216 KB)
    another clue....Cecil was adopted !!! as his mother Annie lee Stone was leaving her family behind, Frank Fenn held a crying baby Cecil in his arms and said YOU might as well take this one with you !!! Annie remarried, but so did FENN Cecil Earl was always coming back to visit his father and brothers.....they said he was MEAN, so hard to get along with.....military
  • and drunk.....wow
  • James Henry Stephens, half blood Cherokee (197 KB)
    John Stephens took a North Carolina Cherokee full blood wife and gave her a Biblical name and they fled to Alabama....some went to Florida and into Panama becoming the Banana People of today.
  • census Thomas Coonfield (267 KB)
    1910 Arkansas, with Julia
  • Walter Stone 1939, Leo Logan, Charles Dickey, ?? (30 KB)
    Pall Bearers at Cecil Carter's funeral in 1939...with A J Stough, Willie Prescott, who are they??? Cecil's mother was Annie Lee STONE and she was not surviving....his brother Emmett signed his death certificate
  • Alice McClain Carter d giving birth to 3rd child (21 KB)
    Beautiful granny died so young. In labor wanting to call her mother for help, he pushed her down the stairs and she lived only a few hours after giving birth to William. Both her parents have native american ancestry and strong spiritual lives.
  • Civil War (16 KB)
    Peter Bozeman in Alabama
  • Civil War (70 KB)
    Josiah Marion McClain in Alabama
  • Civil War (16 KB)
    Seaborne Anderson in Alabama
  • Civil War (9 KB)
    Thomas Carter in Alabama
  • Greetings
  • Summary of the Family
  • Carrie Fenn Johnson
  • My great great grandfather Josiah Marion McClain (3 KB)
    Civil War
  • My great great grandfather Josiah Marion McClain (5 KB)
    Civil War Injuries and Pension Claim by his widow Elizabeth Broadway



  • Our ancestors met before the Civil War. They came together in Montgomery sharing cotton plantations in the fields you now see when passing through Montgomery on I-65. Yet after the war this land was worthless, being destroyed as Wilsons Raiders burned a path through the state but these families struggled to revive as much as they could. I found an old cemetery with some tombstones dating back to 1793 on this property and then tried to trace their descendants across town. In 1900 I find them again in downtown Montgomery near the train station as many others had migrated into our lineage and they once again worked together. In fact my mother in law in 1950 had taken in the widow of my great grandfather when she had no place to go.

     
     

     

     Genealogy

    Peter Bozeman born about 1755, a son of Mordecai, served in the American Revolution,

    received on Sept 9 1785, 4 pounds 18 shillings 7 pence for his 69 days

    served in the Militia. There were other payments such as

    http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~brooksgenealogy/1793Peter.jpg/1793Peter.jpg

    Peter married Sarah Brown in December 1786 and on the 1790 census he had four females in the household. who might have married and migrated to Alabama

    with the entire family, about 1826 - 1827.

    In 1826 their property in Darlington SC was surveyed, likely to sell so they could move.

    Records indicate that he had been captured at the fall of Charleston,

    but managed to escape. The SC Archives on the internet lists Peter, Mordecai, John,

    Paul, Phillip, Philemon, Ralph, in their Colonial Soldiers of the South.

    It lists Peter receiving 100 acres of land. Paul might have been his brother.

    http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/Archives/default.asp

    The NC archives lists many more Bozemans in the War.

    http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~brooksgenealogy/NCArchives.htm/NCArchives.htm

    In 1828 Peter "wrote" letters to the American Revolutionary Claims office from

    Alabama

    He died in 1829 and all of his children and his wife attended the estate sale except Meady who must have died young.

    His son Peter E Bozeman bought the three slaves.

    http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~brooksgenealogy/EstateSale1PeterBozeman1829

    http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~brooksgenealogy/EstateSalePeterBozeman

    In 1838 Jesse petitions the court to sell the land that Peter owned .

    It is an honor to follow up the Bozeman genealogy, from those who have gone

    before us, and much gratitude is owed for the many clues they have left behind.

    Tahnks to Sharon for sharing her lineage with Gilly and Peter E in Louisiana. Thanks to Richard for sharing Walter Coy Bozeman information. Thanks to Elizabeth for organizing the Ramer/ Dublin gathering at Peter Edward Bozeman's grave....Thanks to cousin Wayne Bozeman, who began this research many years ago,

    and shared his father's copy of Sketches with me, and thanks to cousin

    Jimmy Bozeman for getting Peter acknowledged by the DAR

    This should open doors for many more Alabama Bozemans to locate their ancestors.

    I am very greatful for these two leading me to find a portion of the old plantation in Hope Hull, in Montgomery Alabama where the Bozemans had settled near Benjamin Lewis, Abner McGeHee, Flinn, Campbell, Hill, Calloway, Shackelford,

    http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~brooksgenealogy/Flinn-Bozeman

    and to find the cemetery where Jesse is buried along with his family.

    Someday perhaps, in those same woods, we will find the grave of his father,

    Peter.

    Notes

    Mordecai and Peter, Documents

    Sketches

     

    Peter Bozeman  was the great great grandfather of Lorena Bozeman McClain
     
    Genealogy 

    My Daddy's grandparents  Jacob and Clora Cochran had both been widowed and first found

     together  on the 1880 census of Iowa. Jacob had been in California in 1860 census with a brother

    while they were searching for gold and his wife Mariah was back home in Ohio with the children,

    living next to his brother Alexander Cochran. By 1870 they are found exploring the Iowa Territory and he was a miner.  Years later Jacob became the first homesteader of Hill City Kansas. Jacob served in the Civil War and his grandfather might have served in the American Revolution, but there were so many Cochrans in Ohio that  it can become confusing.  Jacob's line came from a settlement in Pennsylvania, migrating from Scotland. In 1820 there are only two found in Guernsey Ohio, our William and Alexander.  Clora Jane Miller's father's ancestors came from Ireland to Rockingham Virginia, while her mother's families came through Rhode Island and New York Indian Country .

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    My Mother's grandparents were in the Dublin / Ramer area of Montgomery County, Alabama formerly of South Carolina ancestry. She was raised by her mom's parents Lorena Bozeman and Charles McClain and  knew nothing about her daddy's parents, Anna Stone and William Frank Fenn.

    My husband was Charles Brooks 1953-1998.

    Charles Brooks had dozens and dozens of ancestors migrating into Alabama in the early 1800s. Joseph Baxley born 1815 Georgia or possibly as some speculate, in SC., married Mary Evans and named a son James H. - the tombstone of James has the middle name as Hardie. James served in the Civil War and married Louisa Miranda Holt and resided in "Holtville". Their daughter Ella Olivia Baxley married L. W. Hood and had Bessie Mae Hood who married Milton Elijah Thornton. Elijah's parents were Mary Angeline Partridge, an indian, and George Thornton, a mixed blood from Georgia, who had settled in Central, Elmore County, Alabama. Elijah's daughter, Mary Ella Thornton married James Edgar Brooks Jr. Parents of James were Susie Mae Cooper and James E Brooks Sr. James and Susie are listed on the 1930 census with both their widowed mothers. Susie's ancestors were in Chambers County about 1830: Andrew Cooper and "Alsey" from SC living near Malinda Phillips and Elijah Lee born 1777 SC. Their children Sarah F. Lee married Charner P. Cooper, a soldier from the Civil War, and had a son named Levi who moved to Hope Hull working on a farm owned by Thomas Randolph Carter, where he fell in love with the daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Carter. Parents of Thomas were "Mary" and John Wise Carter of SC who had migrated to Talledega. Thomas is buried in Hope Hull on his old plantation by his first wife Lacy Jane Bozeman. Her name was Lucy on census but Lacy on her tombstone. Thomas served in the Civil War and his grandfather Captain John Carter served in the American Revolution, along with his own father in law, John Wise of South Carolina.

    The second wife of Thomas Carter was Mary Josephine Hereferd of Virginia and she was the mother of Sarah Elizabeth Carter.

    Mary was not very happy with this marriage and had only the one child. She buried Thomas by his first wife. Some of Mary's family settled in Alabama and some moved on to Texas. Mary's mother was Jemima Ramsey of Virginia.

    Parents of James Brooks were Annie Ballard and John Brooks of Tennesse and they are all buried at Greenwood Cemetery in Montgomery Alabama. John was a railroad man, born to Roxanna Permilia Smith of TN and a John Brooks born 1837 Pennsylvania.

    John 1837 died of tuberculosis in Texas. Parents of Roxanna were Caroline Bond and Thomas Smith. Parents of Annie Ballard were Dora Craig and James Ballard of TN. Some of these families migrated into Tennessee about 1800 from the Carolinas living amongst the Cherokee Indians and Chickasaw so they could have been mixed blood. Annie's picture shows she was a dark lady with black eyes and black hair and so was her husband's features very dark but I would suspect his from the Smith side of the family.

    Charles Brooks wed Kathy Cochran in Montgomery Alabama. She was at least one eighth Cherokee blood. Her parents were Anne Carter and Frank Cochran. Anne's parents were Alice Emily McClain and Cecil Earl Fenn Carter. Emily was called Emma,Ellie, and Emmer by her parents Lorena Bozeman and Charles McClain Lorena's parents were Alice Lorena Stephens and John Thomas Bozeman. Charlie's parents were Elizabeth Broadway and Josiah Marion McClain.

    The father of John Bozeman was Peter Edward Bozeman, a Civil War Soldier who married Nancy Jane Anderson, and her father was Seaborn Montgomery Anderson, another Civil War soldier. Seaborn had married Lavinia Jane Sellers.

    Cecil Carter's parents were Anna Lou Stone and William Franklin Fenn. Frank was born in Tuskegee to Emeline Harrell and John Fenn a Civil War soldier of Georgia. Anna's parents were Mary Ann Hendrick and Augustus Marvin Stone of Georgia. Anna divorced Frank Fenn about 1901/1902 and remarried to a Carter, then to a Dasher, as found in Georgia census records.
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  • Grandpa Charles McClain (380 KB)
    Born in Ramer
  • Family Connections (38 KB)
    My Family
  • Grandpa Abner (66 KB)
    Born in Ramer
  • Grandmothers (1 KB)
    So many in our family tree
  • Resources (1148 KB)
    Related Webpages and Articles of Interest
  • Grandfathers (1 KB)
    So many in our family tree
  • Brooks Family (3574 KB)
    From coast to coast
  • Brooks Family Update (3516 KB)
    Family Tree 
  • Grandpa Stone (90 KB)
    Augustus was the father of Anna Stone Fenn Carter
  • Anne Carter 's Grandpa's Death Certificate (458 KB)
    Montgomery Alabama 1922 death certificate of William Franklin Fenn born 1855 in Tuskegee, Macon County Alabama, former Creek Indian Nation to Emeline Harrell and John Fenn of Georgia - John had served in the Civil War and moved his family to Alabama in the 1860s.
  • Grandma Stone (88 KB)
    Augustus was the father of Anna Stone Fenn Carter and his wife was Mary Ann Hendrick of Georgia
  • Anne Carter 's Uncle Frank Fenn (18 KB)
    Her daddy's brother born 1895 resided in Coosada, had a farm on Airport Road, a family cemetery and the Church Cemetery he donated, and later his land became Coosada Elementary School. Frank served in WWI and worked for the railroad and he was the father of Bob Fenn, the principal of Robinson Springs School around 1987. Frank's tombstone is next to his brother Robert's in their family graveplot. Robert never appeared on a census record but was known as Uncle Lee.
  • Annie (440 KB)
    Annie Carter was named after her grandmother Anna Lou Stone. Annie was Kathy's mother. Annie had open heart surgery in 1980 just weeks before Beverly was born but managed to walk into that hospital to hold her first grand daughter.
  • Susie Mae Cooper 's grandfather (35 KB)
    Mary Josephine Herriferd married T R Carter and had Sarah Elizabeth Carter. This picture of Thomas shows his first wife Lacy Bozeman and their family before the epidemic. When Thomas died, Mary had him buried near Lacy
  • Anne Carter and Frank Cochran (54 KB)
    1953 by the cactus in Arizona
  • Grandpa Charles McClain (1888 KB)
    Death Certificate - his daughter Alice married Cecil Earl Fenn Carter, the son of Anna Stone. Charlie raised the children of Alice and Cecil when they died by 1939. Charlie was the son of Elizabeth Broadway and Josiah Marion McClain. Census records show the date of birth of Charlie was 1886 and all other records seem to differ because his wife was not very educated.
  • James Brooks' mother (72 KB)
    Annie Clark Ballard of Tennessee married John E Brooks and had one son named James.
  • Frank Cochran (212 KB)
    Family photo about 1937 with Frank on the left
  • William Marion McClain (1713 KB)
    Charlie's cousin by his father's first marriage. They all connect to Josiah Marion McClain born 1838
  • Mary Angeline Partridge Thornton (300 KB)
    Mother of Milton Elijah Thornton in Elmore County Alabama and the granny of Mary Ella Thornton Brooks.
  • Cemetery at Hope Hull (1 KB)
    Thomas R Carter buried near Lacy Jane Bozeman's monument but the top of his has fallen. He served in the Civil War and owned a plantation in Hope Hull. He buried her parents here in this cemetery. Cemetery located off I-65 Hope Hull Exit on the McLean Road in huge pasture on the right.
  • Frank Cochran and Son Frank Jr and son (30 KB)
    Family in Montgomery about 1993
  • Charles McClain's wife Lorena Bozeman (11 KB)
    Not sure who posted her as his mother on his death certificate. Lorena was the daughter of Alice Lorena Stephens and John Thomas Bozeman of the Dublin/ Ramer area in Montgomery County and she had indian blood.
  • Minnie Lee Gibson (83 KB)
    Daughter of Ethel Mae Bozeman's daughter Ruby Gibson - Minnie's daughter contacted me and sent the picture; please do write again.
  • Cemetery at Hope Hull (21 KB)
    Thomas R Carter buried near Lacy Jane Bozeman's monument but the top of his has fallen. He served in the Civil War and owned a plantation in Hope Hull. He buried her parents here in this cemetery. Cemetery located off I-65 Hope Hull Exit on the McLean Road in huge pasture on the right.
  • Frank Cochran's father as a child with Jacob (108 KB)
    Family in Kansas
  • Lorena's sister Ethel Mae Bozeman (91 KB)
    with husband Jace Gibson who was also first cousin to Charlie McClain because their own mothers were sisters ( Broadway ) Ruby on horse - Ruby was mother of Elizabeth who we met in Dublin at the Hills Chapel Church
  • Sam Little (984 KB)
    Uncle Sam was the son of John Wright Little and a brother to Lattie
  • Tombstone of Jesse Bozeman, father of Lacy (264 KB)
    states he was born 1793 and a tree separates him from one of his wive's graves. He came from Darlington South Carolina with his father Peter who had served in the American Revolution and their many families to settle in Hope Hull in 1826. Jesse bought 160 acres in 1827 while his father wrote letters found at the Probate Office where he expected free land for his military service. Peter died in 1829 and is buried closeby one would expect - his grave is not yet found.
  • Frank Cochran's mother Luella (119 KB)
    Luella was the daughter of Lattie Little and Ben Coonfield born in Arkansas
  • Clopton Gibson (184 KB)
    Ethel's father in law came from South Carolina
  • John T. Bozeman (3 KB)
    Son of Peter and Nancy, married Alice Stephens, having Ethel Mae and Lorena Emma Bozeman, this photo may have been taken around 1890. John is buried at Hills Chapel Cemetery in front of the church at Dublin beside his brother Peter James, who died of suicide.
  • Tombstone of Peter Edward Bozeman (1350 KB)
    Son of Martha Hill and William Henry Bozeman of Darlington SC who also settled in Hope Hull.....William was born about 1802 a son of Peter and brother of Jesse. Wm's son Peter Edward was married to Nancy Jane Anderson and he served in the Civil War and she got his pension - papers at Probate Office - Nancy had son named John Thomas Bozeman who married Alice Lorena Stephens. This tombstone is found in Dublin behind the Hills Chapel Church while his son John is buried in front of the church.
  • Frank Cochran's mother Luella's MOM Lattie (63 KB)
    Luella was the daughter of Lattie Little and Ben Coonfield born in Arkansas. This picture of Lattie shows her indian features quite nicely. Lattie Cedonia Little was born in Kentucky to Catherine Crigler and John Wright Little, who had served in the Civil War.
  • 1920 Anna Lou Stone Fenn Carter Dasher in Macon GA (133 KB)
    Apparently she is now widowed and taking care of her mother - Cecil was in Fort Bliss in the Army.
  • Home (105 KB)
    kids
  • James H Baxley (871 KB)
    Tombstone - Civil War Soldier - married Louisa Holt and had Ella Olivia Baxley who married L W Hood and had Bessie Mae Hood
  • Frank Cochran's great grandmother Crigler (323 KB)
    Luella was the daughter of Lattie Little and Ben Coonfield born in Arkansas. Lattie Cedonia Little was born in Kentucky to Catherine Crigler and John Wright Little, who had served in the Civil War. This picture of Lattie as a small child with her sister Sadonia and their mother Catherine Crigler of Kentucky. Catherine was the daughter of Catherine Roby and Abraham Crigler who were of Mixed Blood.
  • Home (131 KB)
    kids
  • Tombstone Ella Olivia Baxley Hood (94 KB)
    Mother of Bessie Mae - Ella was daughter of James Baxley in Holtville, Elmore County, Alabama
  • Frank Cochran's great grandfather John W. Little (479 KB)
    John Wright Little military description, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair, served in the Civil War, made guns, was a blacksmith, born in Kentucky 1843 to Catherine Wright and Hiram L. Little. John's family refused Indian Land Allotment. Catherine Wright Little was the daughter of Catherine Weatherford and John Wright of Charlotte VA as they married there in 1811.
  • Home (45 KB)
    Westbrook
  • Tombstone L. W. Hood (58 KB)
    Cains Chapel Cemetery at Slapout - father of Bessie Mae Hood Thornton.
  • Tombstone Bessie Mae Hood Thornton (34 KB)
    Cains Chapel Cemetery at Slapout - mother of Mary Ella Thornton Brooks
  • 1830 Alabama Creek Nation (38 KB)
    The Indian Territory that our ancestors traveled through in 1830
  • 1870 Uncle William Stone (384 KB)
    Tallapoosa County Alabama
  • Alice Lorena Stephens Bozeman (78 KB)
    Dublin burial, mother of Lorena McClain
  • Frank Cochran's great grandfather John W. Little (26 KB)
    John Wright Little military description, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair, served in the Civil War, made guns, was a blacksmith, born in Kentucky 1843 to Catherine Wright and Hiram L. Little. John's family refused Indian Land Allotment. Catherine Wright Little was the daughter of Catherine Weatherford and John Wright of Charlotte VA as they married there in 1811. This picture of John as he got older and grey.
  • 1930 James Brooks (1512 KB)
    Montgomery Alabama - wife Susie Mae Cooper
  • John W. Little's cousin Lucius Powhatan Little (40 KB)
    John Wright Little's mother had a sister Martha who married Douglas Little, a brother of Hiram. Martha named her son Powhatan in honor of their indian blood. Powhatan was a writer, lawyer and a judge in Owensboro Kentucky History books.
  • Beverly at Coosa River (816 KB)
    Surveying the Cemetery where the Baxleys are buried
  • Anne Carter Cochran (18 KB)
    Married to Frank Cochran, she had Kathy in Broken Arrow Oklahoma and then they moved to Mesa Arizona where her sons were born
  • Lucius Powhatan Little's Mother (33 KB)
    John Wright Little's mother had a sister Martha who married Douglas Little, a brother of Hiram. Martha named her son Powhatan in honor of their indian blood. Powhatan was a writer, lawyer and a judge in Owensboro Kentucky History books. This picture of Martha Wright is all we have of that lineage, lovely lady with indian features died of euthanasia according to old records of LP and his daughter Laura.
  • Holt - Baxley (794 KB)
    Louisa Miranda Holt born 1847 was granny to "Bubber" Bessie Mae Hood Thornton and great great granny of Charles W. Brooks
  • Anne Carter Cochran (59 KB)
    Birth Announcement from Montgomery Advertiser
  • John Wright Little Family Photo (39 KB)
    About 1900 he moved them all to Marble, Arkansas after his wife died and appeared on the 1900 and 1910 census
  • Cemetery Survey (213 KB)
    Beverly photographs tombstones of her great great grandparents tombstones, Mary Angeline Partridge and George Thornton, the parent of Milton Elijah Thornton near Santuck, in Central at the Mount Hebron Primitive Baptist Church.
  • Anne Carter Cochran's Daddy was Cherokee (25 KB)
    Cecil Earl Fenn Carter born 1900
  • Kathy Cochran wed Charles W. Brooks (33 KB)
    Photo taken about 1995 before he got sick with colon cancer. Charles was the son of Mary Ella Thornton and James Edgar Brooks Jr
  • Clora Jane Miller (102 KB)
    Frank Cochran's granny was married to Jacob Cochran and named a son Frank Delbert Cochran. When Jacob died the widow made her rounds, spending a few months with each of her grown children's families. She smoked a pipe, read the ashes and taught them to pop corn. her ancestors of Ireland had settled in Rockinham Virginia where we find Rev. Alexander Miller of the 1700s buried at Cooks Creek Cemetery. Clora's mother was Mary Clara Parker of Ohio, who some say made medicine with the indians, born to Sara Tefft and Archelaus Parker of the New York Indian County. Tefft has a wonderful 1600s history in Rhode Island, where one of the Uncles was hanged by King Phillip.
  • Anne Carter Cochran's Mother was mixed blood (19 KB)
    Alice Emily McClain Carter, daughter of Lorena Bozeman and Charles Allen McClain
  • Charles W. Brooks' parents (6 KB)
    Charles was the son of Mary Ella Thornton and James Edgar Brooks Jr - Parents of Mary Ella were Bessie Mae Hood and Milton Elijah Thornton. Parents of James were Susie Mae Cooper and James E. Brooks.
  • Nancy Jane Anderson Bozeman tombstone (29 KB)
    Widow of Peter Edward Bozeman, is buried by two of her sons in this family plot, not far from the Brooks and Coopers and Fenns who are also buried at Greenwood Cemetery in Montgomery Alabama.
  • Anne Carter and Frank Cochran (60 KB)
    Montgomery Alabama about 1950
  • Susie Mae Cooper's dad (50 KB)
    Levi Cooper married Sarah Elizabeth Carter and had Susie Mae. Levi's father Charner Cooper had served in the Civil War and married Sarah Lee of Chambers County Alabama.
  • Walton McClain (35 KB)
    with Charlie McClain on the farm in Ramer about 1930 - Walton joined the military for most of his life and earned his PHD. buried at Alexandria VA
  • Anne Carter 's Daddy's Death Certificate (230 KB)
    Montgomery Alabama 1939 death certificate confirms his parents to be Ann Stone and Wm Frank Fenn as witnessed by his brother Emmett Marvin Fenn
  • Susie Mae Cooper (40 KB)
    Levi Cooper married Sarah Elizabeth Carter and had Susie Mae. Levi's father Charner Cooper had served in the Civil War and married Sarah Lee of Chambers County Alabama. This picture of Susie Mae with her spouse James E. Brooks.
  • Frank Delbert Cochran (50 KB)
    Son of Clora Jane Miller and Jacob Benjamin Cochran served in WWI while Jacob was a Civil War soldier of the Ohio Infantry.
  • Susie Mae Cooper with her mother Sarah (68 KB)
    Levi Cooper married Sarah Elizabeth Carter and had Susie Mae. Sarah was the daughter of Mary Josephine Hereford of Virginia and Thomas Randolph Carter of SC who had settled in Hope Hull.
  • Uncle Cecil Earl Carter born 1932 (33 KB)
    Son of Alice McClain and Cecil Earl Fenn Carter was the father of Victoria Carter, all buried at Memorial Cemetery except Vickie who was cremated by her half sisters.
  • Susie Mae Cooper 's granny (58 KB)
    Mary Josephine Herriferd married T R Carter and had Sarah Elizabeth Carter.
  • Uncle William Lawrence Carter born 1935 (25 KB)
    Son of Alice McClain and Cecil Earl Fenn Carter he was the brother of Anne and Cecil Jr. Alice died giving birth to "Billy". Billy spent most of his life in Indian Territory Oklahoma.
  • Anne Carter and Frank Cochran in Arizona 1957 (447 KB)
    Pictures taken by Billy Carter, Anne's brother, accompanied by Lillian, Billy's first wife .
    • Peter Edward Bozeman (16 KB)
      grandfather of Lorena Emma Bozeman McClain and he was the great great great grandfather of Kathy.
    • Family Tree (8 KB)
      Charlie Brooks family on Rootsweb.com
    • Letter by Ethel Bozeman Gibson (9 KB)
      Her life as told to her children
    • Peter Edward Bozeman (1 KB)
      Beverly took me to Dublin to locate these tombstones - grandfather of Lorena Emma Bozeman McClain and he was the great great great grandfather of Kathy.
    • 1910 Charles McClain (6 KB)
      Kathy's great grandfather on census with his mother, stepfather, his own wife Lorena and baby
    • Baxley to Charles Brooks (11 KB)
      Coosa River Cemetery
    • Peter Edward Bozeman's Uncle Jesse - Hope Hull (47 KB)
      Beverly took me to Hope Hull to locate these tombstones - plus we found the grave of T R Carter, a great great grandfather to Charlie Brooks. Carter's daughter Sarah married Levi Cooper, the son of Charner Cooper.
    • 1920 Charles McClain (61 KB)
      Kathy's great grandfather on census in World War I
    • Anderson, Seaborn Montgomery, father of Nancy (16 KB)
      Nancy Jane Anderson married Peter Edward Bozeman in Dublin and they had John Thomas Bozeman who fathered Lorena.
    • John Wise Carter's land records (51 KB)
      Father of Thomas Randolph Carter came from South Carolina to Alabama.
    • Alabama Research (28 KB)
      So many ended up in Alabama
    • Mordecai Bozeman, father of Peter, John, James. (5 KB)
      Mordecai served in the American Revolution with sons Peter and John. Peter moved to Alabama about 1826 while John moved to Mississippi in 1823. James remained in Darlington County SC.
    • T R Carter (9 KB)
      Born 1820 served in Civil War, married Jesse's daughter Lacy Bozeman who died in an epidemic then married to Mary Josephine Hereford of Virginia, and had Sarah Elizabeth Carter
    • 1 Introduction (286 KB)
      1
    • Civil War Kin (32 KB)
      Several relatives in the war
    • Baxley, James H. buried at Coosa River (11 KB)
      Charlie's mom's great grandfather
    • Kathy's mom's great great great grandpa Bozeman (5 KB)
      Mordecai Bozeman served in the American Revolution = father of Peter Bozeman who migrated to Hope Hull who also served along with him in the War - they were paid for their services and received land grants in Darlington County South Carolina.
    • Much about my relatives (45 KB)
      Kathy's parents and their relations
    • Kathy's mom's great great Grandpa Josiah McClain (70 KB)
      Josiah Marion McClain was born in Georgia to Anna and James McClain. Josiah married first to Julia King and had a family in Georgia, then he joined the Civil War in an Alabama Infantry and was with Elizabeth Broadway by 1870 having a son named Charles Allen McClain. Charles and his wife Lorena had a daughter named Alice McClain who married Cecil Carter.
    • Census images (26 KB)
      My kin found on census records in 1790, 1800, 1810 and other good stuff
    • Genealogy (22 KB)
      Research
    • Charner P Cooper (1 KB)
      grandfather of Susie Mae "Mamaw" Cooper Brooks - Charner served in the Civil War and married Sarah F Lee of Chambers County.
    • Brooks Family (610 KB)
      Our Relatives
  • Researching The Family Tree
  • Little, Fenn, Sellers,
     
     
  • Family Tree for Bozeman, Little, Fenn, Sellers, Coonfi
    • Elzira to Jacob Cochran (9 KB)
      This letter was posted on the Iowa State GenWeb page about our
    • ancestors moving from Ohio to Iowa by wagon and about their life there
    • A few of my own notes (793 KB)
      Preserving my notes on webpages, for your perusal so do not take
    • without saying thank you for our hard work and years of study.
     
     
  • Family (25 KB)
    with much love,
  • Home School Band (235 KB)
    nice article
  • Charles Brooks (16 KB)
    died 1998 from colon cancer
  • Beautiful Day (285 KB)
    all together

  • { Anne's mother Alice McClain, daughter of Lorena Bozeman and Charles McClain
     
    Frank Cochran married Anne Carter in 1951
    If you have any documents - wills, deeds, Bible records, et cetera - which you would like to
     contribute to my files, please let me know., FRANK
     
    Genealogy
     
    Family Photo and Surnames in this Research
     
     
     
     
     
     
    1700s Georgia Land Records Following the Path of my Elders
     
  • Helpful Links (4 KB)
    Followup
  • Cousin (21 KB)
    Helpful Links
  • Cousins and Relations (257 KB)
    Helpful Links
  • Documents (191 KB)
    Some old images in my collection.
  • Notes (119 KB)
    Old Research notes
  • Tracking our roots, cross country. Many records or legal documents were lost when courthouses

     were burned, during the war, yet there were many adoptions or marriages that were never

    legalized as people simply changed their last name. Alabama didn't even start recording birth certificates until about 1908 and Kansas had a lot of errors on the birth certificates of my family...Nicknames confuse the process and back then there were many Buds, Marys, Pollys,

    Dolly, Sallys, Kitty, Bettie, and usually these nicknames had nothing to do with their legal name,

    and often times the legal name was totally forgotten by relatives and friends. Mom heard that her dad was often called Nick. His mother's name was Anna Lou yet called Annie Lee. This causes many errors on legal documents such as their death certificate...Cecil's death certificate shows his wife

    was Ellie McLain but she was legally named Alice Emma McClain and her mom called her by Emmer. Her great grandpa James McClain married a woman only known as Anna and we ask why didn't anyone ask about her maiden name or did she have an indian name before she got married....My Uncle Mat Fenn is listed as Mathew at the cemetery yet his real name was Madison and his mother Emeline was shown as Emily on the census records plus his sister Ida Fenn was listed as Ida Fennel; Fenn was actually Fann in the 1700s. Then I believe that my grandpa William Frank Fenn was really named Franklin... My Dad was Frank but was mostly known as Bud. My Uncle Cecil was mainly known as Junior. My grandmother Luella was called Lue or Rue while her sister Amy Marie was known as Aunt Mae. Luella's death certificate shows her mother's name was Gladys but it was Lattie Cedonia. My grandpa Carter's death certificate shows his wife's name as Ellie but it was Alice Emma and I always heard that her name was Emily. My husband's Aunt Billie was legally named Glennie Thornton and her sister Tutor was legally named Loraine, so I guess very few knew.
    Then some liked to use their middle name, like my Uncle Billy preferred to be called Larry...Another issue we deal with is when those native americans were baptised, they were given an English name, so if you were searching the indian rolls, which name would be used? Some just married an indian and "gave" them a Christian name...Indians also liked hearing new names and simply switched names on their own. Plus we had other families who enjoyed changing the spelling of their name like McClain became McLain/McLean/Mc Lane, or the Cochran became Cochrane and Boseman became Bozeman or Boozman or even Bosman and once found on a census looking like Bogeman and then Brooke became Brooks.
    Think about Pocahontas - she was called Rebekah. Sequoyah's real name was George Guess, which was derived from Guest or Guist and we find Gist among our relatives in the Carolinas about 1800. Chief Red Eagle was really William Weatherford, the son of Charles, yet some say previous generations spelled it as Whitherford. Then about Chief Powhatan, nobody will ever know the many names of his wives and children, nor where they migrated and the Little/ Weatherford research of Kentucky had focused on a young indian bride named Cleopatra.Few had education, could not read nor write, did not know their date of birth and many did not know their parents nor where they came from. My granny Lorena, known as Aunt Rena, had her numbers mixed up on several papers, but much of her time was spent out on the farm and not in a classroom. Her son Charles Henderson could not read nor write, signed his name with an X mark and he is buried in an indian cemetery near Fort Mitchell. Then we have the prejudiced census takers who wrote down only what they heard instead of the official spelling of names or even the racial problems they had, like the only races were black or white, and anything other than that would be called Mulatto, which really is not fair to the Native Americans that we are seeking. Indians

     
     
  • Cecil Earl Carter Jr (37 KB)
    Dark brown hair and dark brown eyes, several wives and several children, all very dark complected
  • Frank Fenn 1920 (38 KB)
    my Uncle Frank was Grandpa Earl's brother
  • Frankie Lavern Cochran weds Annie Carter (38 KB)
    Montgomery Alabama 1951
  • FENN KILLED BY INDIANS IN EUFAULA (116 KB)
    While our William Fenn worked this plantation, he is probably connected to this famous Fenn in Barbour County history. The story of Indians in our line is confirmed, they worked together, and it confirms the location. It is said that our grandparents were Cherokee...
  • census 1910 Kansas, Cochran (281 KB)
    Wm and Mary
  • DEATH CERTIFICATE of Wm F Fenn, father is JOHN FAN (449 KB)
    amazing links to the past....John Fann/Fenn of Tuskegee Alabama back to Elijah Fenn of Georgia
  • Kathy and children 2005 (53 KB)
    update
  • census Coonfield (313 KB)
    Harrison and Inez
  • DEATH CERTIFICATE of Cecil Carter , father WFenn (216 KB)
    another clue....Cecil was adopted !!! as his mother Annie lee Stone was leaving her family behind, Frank Fenn held a crying baby Cecil in his arms and said YOU might as well take this one with you !!! Annie remarried, but so did FENN Cecil Earl was always coming back to visit his father and brothers.....they said he was MEAN, so hard to get along with.....military
  • and drunk.....wow
  • FlutePlayer (40 KB)
    update
  • census 1870 Emeline Fann (339 KB)
    wtih Sarah
  • Cecil Carter MILITARY DISCHARGE (525 KB)
    receiving travel pay from Beaumont Texas back to his bonafide home in Macon Georgia.....description shows DARK RUDDY COMPLEXION
  • Clora Jane Miller Cochran (15 KB)
    Smoked a pipe and read the ashes. Her ancestry came from New York Indian Country
  • census Clark-Cofield-Cochran (301 KB)
    1920 Kansas
  • Dorline Gray (59 KB)
    another cousin researching our Powhatan connection
  • Jacob Benjamin Cochran (18 KB)
    A Western Pioneer! Some researchers think his mother's line intermarried with native americans.
  • census Alexander Cochran (287 KB)
    1920 Kansas, with Sarah, both from OHIO
  • Powhatan Little (619 KB)
    grandson of Jonas Little...does the name Lucius appear often in this line? perhaps Jonas's ancestry has a Lucius in it.
  • James Henry Stephens, half blood Cherokee (197 KB)
    John Stephens took a North Carolina Cherokee full blood wife and gave her a Biblical name and they fled to Alabama....some went to Florida and into Panama becoming the Banana People of today.
  • census Thomas Coonfield (267 KB)
    1910 Arkansas, with Julia
  • Walter Stone 1939, Leo Logan, Charles Dickey, ?? (30 KB)
    Pall Bearers at Cecil Carter's funeral in 1939...with A J Stough, Willie Prescott, who are they??? Cecil's mother was Annie Lee STONE and she was not surviving....his brother Emmett signed his death certificate
  • Alice McClain Carter d giving birth to 3rd child (21 KB)
    Beautiful granny died so young. In labor wanting to call her mother for help, he pushed her down the stairs and she lived only a few hours after giving birth to William. Both her parents have native american ancestry and strong spiritual lives.
  • census Charles Coonfield (299 KB)
    1920 Arkansas with Dona
  • Mary Catherine Crigler (45 KB)
    Mother of Lattie Cedonia Little, and the wife of John Wright Little
  • John Chester Coonfield (98 KB)
    with Cochrans
  • Fenn Graves (34 KB)
    So who is Preston ORR who owns these plots?
  • Harry Cochran (15 KB)
    Harrison
  • Jacob B Cochran (74 KB)
    Harrison's father, & Frank Delbert's father
  • Joe McClain, brother of Alice (22 KB)
    Uncle Joe, native american, was told to sit in the back of the bus with the blacks...US Navy man and Montgomery Alabama Fire Fighter in 1954
  • Charles Allen McClain weds Lorena Bozeman 1908 (17 KB)
    Descends from Charles McClain and Elizabeth Moon of Virginia with several unknown brides in that line, lead us to believing his native american background.....Lorena's Bozeman line does
  •  the same, with Stephens, Anderson, Brack and Doty backgrounds
  • William Lawrence Carter born 1934 (28 KB)
    Cherokee beautiful dark man, loved music and women, never had any children, died in a car accident on Wetumpka Highway
  • Cochran Twins (24 KB)
    children of F D Cochran and Luella
  • Frank Delbert Cochran weds Luella Coonfield (60 KB)
    my great grandparents, he was an apple farmer and she picked herbs in the field, smoked a pipe and gave birth to a daughter with a veil on her face
  • Elijah FANN and Martha Rich headstone (287 KB)
    Fann Cemetery now called Mother's Home
  • Littles (47 KB)
    unsure
  • Lattie Cedonia Little m Benjamin Wallace Coonfield (32 KB)
    Descends from DAR Captain George Little
  • 1910 census James E Brooks (384 KB)
    James Edgar Brooks
  • Marriage License Cochran (192 KB)
    Luella Coonfield and Frank Delbert Cochran
  • Carters and Cochrans (23 KB)
    Descends from DAR Captain George Little and Edward Doty of the Mayflower
  • 1900 census image Bozeman (283 KB)
    Nancy with J T Bozeman
  • BOZEMAN, Mordecai receives pay (61 KB)
    for his service in the Militia of the American Revolution
  • Ethel Bozeman with Jason Gibson 1915 (135 KB)
    Ramer Alabama
  • 1800 census image McClain (192 KB)
    Charles McClain in South Carolina
  • BOZEMAN, Mordecai receives pay (61 KB)
    for his service in the Militia of the American Revolution
  • Annie Lee Alice Carter in 1915 (26 KB)
    Highland Avenue, Montgomery Alabama Cherokee
  • cencus image John Thomas Bozeman (280 KB)
    with Samantha
  • 1934 (44 KB)
    Cecil Earl Carter...was a FENN until adopted as a child with his children
  • cencus image 1920 Coonfield (299 KB)
    Ben Coonfield
  • 1887 Benjamin Coonfield weds Lattie Cedonia Little (12 KB)
    His dark black hair had a blue shine to it
  • census image Coonfield (321 KB)
    and Little
  • census image Coonfield (312 KB)
    Wallace, Lattie, Sam
  • census Wm Cochran (380 KB)
    age 71 of Scotland
  • Related Links (366 KB)
    Other family members
  • George Little history notes (11 KB)
    history and will
  • Hello (2 KB)
    .
  • Coonfield Research notes (36 KB)
    finding Isaac in 1800 Kentucky tax lists but never finding his father anywhere
  • Family History webpages (198 KB)
    backup
  • Civil War Message Board (135 KB)
    Alabama families share their findings
  • Civil War (16 KB)
    Peter Bozeman in Alabama
  • Civil War (70 KB)
    Josiah Marion McClain in Alabama
  • Civil War (16 KB)
    Seaborne Anderson in Alabama
  • Civil War (9 KB)
    Thomas Carter in Alabama
  • Photos and Stuff
  • FTM
  • Kathy and Charles Wayne
  • * * * continued
  • Peter Bozeman's Estate Sale in 1829 Montgomery Alabama
  • Brooks Genealogy
  • Montgomery Genealogy
  • Samantha's Ancestors
  • Beverly's Ancestors
  • new list
  • Researching natives in our family
  • Links
  • John White in NC abt 1700 next to Bozemans
  • Brooks Genealogy
  • Greetings
  • Summary of the Family
  • Carrie Fenn Johnson
  • Robey
  • Tefft Cousin hanged by King Phillip
  • Simmons
  • MY PARENTS LINEAGE 1-2005
  • Bozeman to Pocahontas
  • To Be Continued.....Early Settlers into Alabama
  • MY Rootsweb Family Tree Page
  • Kansas Indians
  • Bozeman - some cousins were Rejected on the Rolls
  • George & Jonas Little possibly brothers? think about it?
  • ELIJAH FENN IN GEORGIA, FATHER OF JOHN,
  • Family History
  • Sellers
  • Family History 2
  • more census images
  • Luella Coonfield Cochran family research
  • Coonfield notes
  • Coonfield headstones
  • Bozeman on census records
  • The Bozeman Trail
  • Charles Allen McClain WWI registration card
  • Various family tree notes
  • PETER BOZEMAN Rev War records
  • Ralph BOZEMAN Rev War records
  • McClain
  • COCHRAN Rev War records
  • Reason Roby on Kentucky census
  • Sellers 1800 census in South Carolina
  • Family Bible Records
  • Elisha Anderson Last Will and Estate Sale
  • Mulatto Families in NC 1880-Are they Yours?
  • Census images
  • Fenn Tracks from MD to AL
  • Brooks Research from Holland to TX to AL
  • Stone, Fenn, Bozeman family research
  • Fenn Fann and Rich family research into Georgia
  • Parker
  • Indian Wars - Georgia Military
  • Mary Ella Thornton Brooks
  • Brooks Genealogy page
  • Carter Family Connections
  • Mulatto Names in Alabama 1880
  • Brooks and Cochran Family Connections
  • Wright - Little, Kentucky Cherokees migrated West
  • Sturgeon
  • Miller
  • Gunter - Vann
  • Alabama Research on our ancestors
  • Alabama Research on our ancestors
  • INTRODUCTION to the Research on our ancestors
  • INTRODUCTION to the Research on our ancestors
  • Charles Wayne Brooks
  • Memorial to my Husband
  • Great Great Grandma Emeline Harrell Fenn from GA to Tuskegee
  • Sarah Brown Bozeman in Montgomery Alabama from SC
  • 1850 Stone family in Alabama
  • McCLain Research on our Grandpas lineage
  • Links Galore
  • Continued.........................
  • ENTER my research pages
  • Kathy and Charlie
  • Dorline Gray's Coonfield notes and Obituaries
  • Elisha Anderson's last will and testament in Montgomery Ala
  • My Clan
  • Frank Delbert Cochran
  • Directory of Surnames
  • Thomas Carter and Lacy Bozeman photos
  • freepages on rootsweb
  • Hiram Lucius Little headstone in TX
  • Links
  • Samantha
  • update
  • Updating my Home Page
  • Annie and Frankie photo in Mesa AZ
  • Sweet Family
  • John Little Civil War description
  • Links to grandpa Hiram Lucius Little of Kentucky
  • Samantha's Ancestry
  • Thomas Randolph Carter
  • Bozeman Gen Web
  • John Brookes of Holland, descendants in Alabama
  • Alabama Kin
  • Alabama Gen Web
  • Weatherford, Wright, Little, Coonfield to Cochran
  • Military Registrations
  • Moon Family
  • Bozemans in Alabama
  • Alabama Genealogy
  • Frankie Lavern Cochran born 1927 Chetopa KS
  • Cochran Genealogy
  • Brooks Genealogy
  • Broken Arrow
  • Peter Edward Bozeman of 1750 Darlington SC
  • Josiah McClain 1788 Spartanburg South Carolina
  • Kin in the Civil War
  • Cochran, Carter, Brooks, Bozeman
  • Peter James Bozeman/Dora Ann Dillard headstone (30 KB)
    son of Peter Edward Bozeman
  • 1800 CENSUS Elisha Sellers (18 KB)
    Wilmington, Brunswick, North Carolina
  • John Thomas Bozeman headstone (7 KB)
    son of Peter Edward Bozeman
  • 1840 CENSUS William Sellers (549 KB)
    Richmond Georgia
  • Velma,Eunice,Wayne/wifeCoonfield,Harvey/Dolly (23 KB)
    Coonfield relations
  • headstone of Jacob Benjamin Cochran (42 KB)
    buried in Hill City Cemetery Kansas, wife of Clora, father of Frank and Joy Benjamin and several other children
  • 1800 census Marlboro District SC (20 KB)
    William Sellers
  • Martha Ann Wright Little (22 KB)
    Catherine G Weatherford Wright's daughter
  • Little, H L jr marriage license (60 KB)
    Hiram Lucius Little junior, half brother to John Wright Little
  • 1790 census South Carolina Anderson (346 KB)
    Elijah Anderson
  • Emma Alice McClain Carter (21 KB)
    wife of Cecil Earl Carter married about 1931
  • Hood, Bessie Mae Thornton and siblings (7 KB)
    Mother of Mary Ella Thornton Brooks
  • 1790 census South Carolina JOSEPH LITTLE (420 KB)
    union regiment
  • Nancy Jane Anderson Bozeman (19 KB)
    wife of Peter Edward Bozeman
  • Mordecai Bozeman (52 KB)
    payment2
  • 1830 census Obediah Clark (527 KB)
    Henry Kentucky - probably the brother of Barsheba Clark Coonfield
  • Meady G Bozeman (61 KB)
    son of Peter Edward Bozeman
  • Mordecai Bozeman (53 KB)
    payment1
  • 1830 census BARSHEBA Coonfield (497 KB)
    Henry Kentucky, Barsheba Clark Coonfield lives by her brother Archelus Clark, near brother Obediah Clark who married Susannah Coonfield. Archelus/Archibald married Lanarah Coonfield
  • Bozeman Plot (204 KB)
    family of Peter Edward Bozeman
  • 1810 census ISAAC Coonfield (169 KB)
    Henry county Kentucky, Isaac was also on the 1800 tax list of Kentucky
  • James C Wright (9 KB)
    unknown family beside Bozeman plot
  • 1820 census ISAAC Coonfield (126 KB)
    West Port, Henry county Kentucky, Isaac was also on the 1800 tax list of Kentucky
  • 1820 census James Epperson (209 KB)
    Montgomery County Kentucky
  • Roberta Bozeman Page headstone (59 KB)
    Bozeman plot
  • Robert H Bozeman headstone/Corrie Huffman (60 KB)
    Bozeman plot
  • Victoria Carter (33 KB)
    daughter of Cecil, died about 2000
  • 1820 census REASON ROBY (338 KB)
    taken at Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky
  • Catherine Crigler Little (38 KB)
    wife of John Wright Little
  • 1830 census REASON ROBY (495 KB)
    Mount Washington, Bullitt, Kentucky
  • Ben and Martha Coonfield 1885 (316 KB)
    top row, William, John, Ella, Wallace bottom row: Albert, Benjamin, Martha, Edward, Tom
  • 1810 census ABE CRIGLER (199 KB)
    Bullitt Kentucky
  • 1790 CENSUS GEORGE LITTLE (242 KB)
    UNION SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS
  • 1830 Abe Crigler in Bullitt KY, father of OWEN (179 KB)
    someone is about 70 years old in this household if you browse across the page and look at the ages.
  • 1790 CENSUS BESIDE GEORGE LITTLE IN UNION SC (243 KB)
    NOTE THE MANY SURNAMES IN THAT COMMUNITY
  • 1850 census Owen CRIGLER, son of Abraham (478 KB)
    Bullitt Kentucky, wife Mary Duval and living next to Carpenters
  • 1790 CENSUS BESIDE GEORGE LITTLE IN UNION SC (257 KB)
    NOTE THE MANY SURNAMES IN THAT COMMUNITY
  • 1810 census Michael Carpenter (335 KB)
    Montgomery County Kentucky
  • 1820 CENSUS ELEAZOR BRACK (537 KB)
    WILKINSON GEORGIA
  • 1810 census Weatherford families (442 KB)
    Charlotte VA
  • 1830 CENSUS ELEAZOR BRACK (566 KB)
    WILKINSON GEORGIA
  • Jesse Bozeman headstone (49 KB)
    born 1793 SC died in Alabama
  • James Bozeman headstone (46 KB)
    buried near Jesse in Montgomery Alabama
  • headstone of Clora Jane Miller Cochran (45 KB)
    wife of Jacob buried in Hill City Cemetery Kansas
  • Introduction (1 KB)
    1
  • My great great grandfather Josiah Marion McClain (3 KB)
    Civil War
  • My great great grandfather Josiah Marion McClain (5 KB)
    Civil War Injuries and Pension Claim by his widow Elizabeth Broadway
  • Updating my research notes (1052 KB)
    From whence they came....




     
  • George Little Descendants (44 KB)
    Family Tree
  • Little Notes with possible Boseman connection (23 KB)
    all in the Carolinas, both my parent's ancestors were in the American Revolution
     
    • 1920 Madison Fenn on Commerce Street, Montg, AL (817 KB)
      he is Carrie's Uncle Mat or our great grandfather Wm F Fenn's brother who died in 1927 and is buried at Greenwood Cemetery by Wm F Fenn and near Emmett Fenn. Whomever buried Uncle Mat listed him as Matthew A Fenn, so they did not know much about the family's real names. Madison was a night watchman at a grocery store, according to this census, being widowed as his wife had died in Texas, prompting his return to Alabama. There is also a Rewis family on this census which we later find connected with Emmett Fenn.
    • 1930 James Brooks and Susie Mae Cooper (1086 KB)
      Montgomery Alabama census... John BROOKS Self M Male W 42 PA Farmer HOLLAND FRANCE P. R. BROOKS Wife M Female W 38 TN Keeping House TN TN Nora C. BROOKS Dau S Female W 18 TN At Home PA TN Walter H. BROOKS Son S Male W 13 TN At Home PA TN John H. BROOKS Son S Male W 7 TX PA TN Lula C. BROOKS Dau S Female W 5 TX PA TN ... W. BROOKS Son S Male W 3 TX PA TN -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Source Information: Census Place Precinct 1, Lamar, Texas.
    • 1930 Uncle Wm Frank Fenn near Highland Avenue (998 KB)
      Carrie's brother, also brother of our grandpa Cecil Earl Fenn Carter. Uncle Frank, his wife Neva Mae Walraven, and her mother are living between Panama Street and Highland Avenue. He works on the railroad, like his brother Emmett. Uncle Frank later buys land in Coosada on Airport Road and has a family cemetery which includes his brother Robert's grave. The land later becomes Coosada Elementary School. Some is donated to the church for a cemetery. This is where cousin Martha remembered her mom, Neva, boiling Frank's workclothes in a pot outside from his job on the railroad. There was once a housefire where they lost many of their family photos and mementos, but one son remembered Frank having a photo of a guy in baseball uniform signed by Wm Arthur "Tige" Stone.
    • 1920 Susie Mae Cooper (763 KB)
      Montgomery Alabama census with her mother Sallie E Carter, widow of Thomas R Carter and his first marriage was to Lacy Bozeman
    • 1930 Eva Dakota Fenn on McDonough Stree (21 KB)
      She is now alone. At some point she moved in with her stepson Wm Frank Fenn Jr because my mother in law Mary Ella Brooks knew her and actually took her in when Eva and Frank did not get along. This might have happened in Montgomery before they all moved to Elmore County but yes, Mary Ella took care of the lady !! What a small world we live in < smiles >
    • WWI Draft Registration Card (24 KB)
      James Edgar Brooks is in Forsyth Georgia so is he in our line?
    • 1820 Elijah Fann/ Fenn in Laurens Georgia (407 KB)
      One of our great great grandfathers....married to Martha Rich and had John who ended up in Tuskegee Alabama and had a son named William Frank Fenn . Elijah's ancestors came down through the Carolinas and the wars and some were listed on the Georgia land lottery - such amazing history here !!
    • 1910 James E Brooks in Montgomery AL (384 KB)
      on Hull Street with father in law listed as Crawford, children John and Dorothy....?W. P. BROOKS Self M Male W 55 TN Farmer NC VA Carrie BROOKS Wife M Female W 33 TN Keeps House TN TN John D. BROOKS Son M Male W 25 TN Mule Trader TN TN Roxanna BROOKS DauL M Female W 22 TN At Home TN TN Walter BROOKS Son S Male W 19 TN Farm Laborer TN TN Rolla BROOKS Son S Male W 5 TN TN TN Lilly BROOKS Dau S Female W 3 TN TN TN Kate JONES Other D Female B 35 TN Dom. Servant TN TN Oscar JONES Other S Male B 3 TN TN TN -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Source Information: Census Place District 16, Maury, Tennessee
    • 1930 Mary Ella Thornton ( married J E Brooks ) (855 KB)
      age 3 with her parents Milton Elijah and Bessie Thornton on Park Avenue in Chisholm, Montgomery County Alabama
    • 1850 Cooper (93 KB)
      Chambers Alabama Alsey Cooper is widowed with children in Chambers..
    • 1910 Wesley Allan Hood, father of Bessie Thornton (342 KB)
      Elmore County Census shows Mary Ella's grandfather but Bessie is listed on page two with her two brothers
    • John Thomas Bozeman photo (386 KB)
      father of Lorena, husband of Alice Stephens... Peter E. BOZEMAN Self M Male W 46 AL Farmer SC SC Nancy J. BOZEMAN Wife M Female W 34 AL Keeping House AL GA John Thos. BOZEMAN Son S Male W 14 AL Field Hand AL AL Peter J. BOZEMAN Son S Male W 12 AL Field Hand AL AL Corintha BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 10 AL AL AL Robt. H. BOZEMAN Son S Male W 8 AL AL AL Martha J. F. BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 5 AL AL AL Allie Lucie BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 2 AL AL AL George M. BOZEMAN Son S Male W 1 AL AL AL -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Source Information: Census Place Dublin, Montgomery, Alabama
    • 1910 Wesley Allan Hood's children listed on PAGE 2 (19 KB)
      Elmore County Census shows Mary Ella's grandfather but Bessie is listed on page two with her two brothers
    • 1930 Creek County, Oklahoma, Carrie Fenn Johnson (993 KB)
      Cousin Martha said that Aunt Carrie married a Ben Johnson and moved to Oklahoma where they had one daughter named Jean and they lived a very poor life and probably died there. Ben is shown to have been born in Texas.
    • John Brooks of Pennsylvania in Texas 1880 census (833 KB)
      Shows his father is from Holland and his mother is from France and his wife is from Tennessee. John is 42 on this document and his children are born in Texas so they have been here nearly 20 years apparently. Roxanna Permilia Smith is using P R for her name on this.
    • 1900 Choctaw Nation Texas, Ben Johnson (927 KB)
      some of Ben's siblings are born in Indian Territory but he shows born in Texas - all citizens are listed as white. There is another Johnson family living next to them. Ben's mother is born in Alabama. They must have returned later to Alabama when he met Carrie Fenn and married her and then they moved on to Oklahoma.
    • 1860 John Brooks in Giles County TENN from PENN (643 KB)
      young man is a boarder in this household, just before he married Ms Smith and then they moved on to Texas.
    • 1920 Carrie Fenn in Alabama with her father (701 KB)
      on Commerce Street with her stepmother Eva, we do not know why Carrie/ Carolyn never lived with her own mother, but her father was ill and she stayed. Her brother Emmett is also there but we do not know why they show his middle initial as J when his middle name was Marvin, but census officials were not perfect and if Eva was the person giving out the information, she probably had no clue. Eva Dakota Fenn was very young too !!
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    • Allen Wesley Hood (109 KB)
      buried in Slapout AL , brother of Bessie and Barnie - son of Ella O Hood and L Wesley Hood........could be husband of Jessie Swindall
    • Annie Clark Ballard Brooks (89 KB)
      wife of John, mother of James; the daughter of Eudora Craig and James Ballard of Lawrence TN plus her four grandparents were all born in Tennessee.
    • Brooks - Cooper headstone (69 KB)
      Greenwood Cemetery, behind the Last Supper monument; all the way to the back road of the cemetery.
    • Barnie or Buster Hood (88 KB)
      buried in Slapout AL , brother of Bessie and Allen - son of Ella O Hood and L Wesley Hood
    • Luther Vernon Ballard (72 KB)
      must have been brother to Annie as all are buried near each other in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery AL
    • R E Thornton (74 KB)
      Cains Chapel, Slapout Alabama
    • L W Hood - great great grandpa (115 KB)
      buried in Slapout AL , husband of Ella Mae O Hood and father of Bessie Mae " Bubber" Hood Thornton............Bessie named her sons Lister and James...........
    • James Edgar Brooks SR (106 KB)
      buried by his wife Susie Cooper and near his mother Annie...........we found his father JOHN buried in a different section of the cemetery; yet this section had a large marker named Cooper-Brooks located in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery AL
    • BROOKS - Mary Ella Thornton (87 KB)
      wife of James Edgar Brooks, mother of Charles Wayne Brooks; buried in Prattville Cemetery beside James and their other son John
    • Barnie Hood's wife (98 KB)
      Augusta Hood
    • Susie Mae Cooper Brooks (73 KB)
      buried by husband James Edgar Brooks Sr - Susie was known as Mamaw
    • BROOKS - James Edgar Jr (68 KB)
      beside wife Mary Ella Thornton and their son John in Prattville Cemetery - father of Charles Wayne Brooks, John Milton and Thomas Earl Brooks
    • Dorothy Hood (89 KB)
      Hood family in Slapout/ Holtville, Elmore County, Alabama - this cemetery is behind Cains Chapel Methodist Church on the corner of the intersection of Hwy 111
    • Zona Cooper (97 KB)
      buried in the Cooper Brooks plot
    • BROOKS - John Milton (73 KB)
      Johnny died young, buried by his parents James and Mary Brooks in Prattville AL
    • Jessie Swindall Hood (110 KB)
      Hood family in Slapout
    • Walter Cooper (80 KB)
      buried in the Cooper Brooks plot
    • BROOKS - Charles Wayne born 1953 (57 KB)
      son of Mary Ella Thornton and James Edgar Brooks; buried in Millbrook Alabama at Brookside Memorial.
    • J William Thornton (83 KB)
      Thornton and Hood family in Slapout
    • Mollie Cooper (99 KB)
      buried in the Cooper Brooks plot
    • John Brooks 1880 Texas census (833 KB)
      shows his father from Holland and mother from France....married Permilia Roxanna Smith in Tennessee and had their son, John Brooks who married Annie Ballard and came to Montgomery AL
    • Lela Thornton is beside J Wm Thornton (90 KB)
      Thornton and Hood family in Slapout
    • Bessie Mae HOOD Thornton (80 KB)
      buried in Slapout AL wife of Milton Elijah Thornton, and she was mother of Mary Ella Thornton who married James Edgar Brooks JR
    • Wesley Hood on 1910 census (342 KB)
      census image shows him as head of household with ELLA as his wife, so it leaves confusion as to the L W Hood headstone
    • Marlon Thornton (119 KB)
      Slapout
    • Milton Thornton (52 KB)
      buried in Slapout AL , he married Bessie Mae Hood and he is father of Mary Ella Thornton Brooks
    • Bessie Hood on census (19 KB)
      census image
    • Minnie Hood (79 KB)
      Slapout
    • James and Susie Brooks on census (1086 KB)
      1930 census image
  • great great great grandpa James McClain (26 KB)
    son of Josiah and named his first son Josiah Marion McClain. James first married Anna, maybe an indian, and he was found in Alabama 1860 census with a second wife, and they went back to Georgia after the Civil War, where they are buried in Indian Creek Cemetery.
  • 1995 Charles Brooks (22 KB)
    with Samantha
  • family of James (429 KB)
    McClain, James and his second wife, and children buried at Indian Creek Cemetery, near Stone Mountain
  • Frank's son (30 KB)
    Alabama Cochrans
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
  • Meady G Bozeman and Thomas Hill (1394 KB)
    lawsuit in Shelby County over a cow
  • Frank's family (30 KB)
    Alabama Cochrans
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
  • Meady G Bozeman and Thomas Hill 2 (1601 KB)
    lawsuit in Shelby County over a cow
  • Frank's family - Kathy and Samantha (26 KB)
    Alabama Cochrans
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
  • John Little (479 KB)
    Civil War, he was Cherokee by blood and his description was dark complected, black eyes and black hair. John's mother was Catherine Weatherford, a daughter of Charles Weatherford.
  • Frank's family - Victor Daniel (28 KB)
    Alabama Cochrans
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
  • Mordecai Bozeman (53 KB)
  • Anne Carter's great great great great grandfather Mordecai Bozeman was paid for his service in the Militia of the South Carolina's Continental Line of the American Revolution. He was born 1735 Bladen North Carolina and had sons, Peter, John, James. Peter moved to Alabama in 1827.
  • Frank's family - kathy's son and grandson (48 KB)
    Alabama Cochrans
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
  • Mordecai Bozeman 2 (52 KB)
    Anne Carter's great great great great grandfather Mordecai Bozeman was paid for his service in the Militia of the South Carolina's Continental Line of the American Revolution. He was born 1735 Bladen North Carolina and had sons, Peter, John, James. Peter moved to Alabama in 1827. Peter had William Henry and then Henry had Peter Edward. Peter Edward Bozeman had John Thomas, and he had Lorena.
  • Frank's family - Kathy and her daughter (26 KB)
    Alabama Cochrans
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
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    Alabama Cochrans
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
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    Alabama Carters
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    Uncle Joe
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
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    Velma - Coonfield / Gray lineage
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
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    birth certificate
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
  • Benjamin Coonfield (57 KB)
    with his brother
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
  • Carl Coonfield (50 KB)
    per Ben
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
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    marriage license
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
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    old photo
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    Some of Cochran's family and some of Carters
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    Article she wrote for the newspaper
  • 1992 Charles Brooks (21 KB)
    with Samantha
  • Jesse Bozeman born 1793 headstone (49 KB)
    found in Stokes-Carter Cemetery in Hope Hull, Montgomery, Alabama just off I-65 where his daughter Lacy Bozeman married Thomas Randolph Carter,
  • Clopton Gibson married Aunt Rebecca Broadway (184 KB)
    Montgomery - their son Jace married Aunt Ethel Bozeman.
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