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Re: Joseph South, appox birth 1811in TN ?
Posted by: Brenda godsay (ID *****6227) Date: August 11, 2005 at 18:09:31
In Reply to: Re: Joseph South, appox birth 1811in TN ? by Catherine South of 1529

Catherine, This Edward E. is Flem's son by his 1st. wife, name unknown. Flem? F.T. South married Miranda Dees in 1878 in Marion Co. Al. His granddaughter told me he was married 3 times. I have no idea what happened to the other 2.He is in the 1880 census of Prentiss Co. Ms.w/ Joseph South. 69, miller b. Tn. f. Nc. m. Sc.; Martha [by reliable source Horton]. 64, b. Tn. f. Tn. m.Va. ; Fleming, farm laborer, 26, Al. f. Tn. m. Tn. ; Edward E. South. gson, 8,Al. f Al. m.Al. Later Ed was living with somelse maybe in Lawrence Co. Al. as a g.nephew I think. I don't believe Ed never lived with Flem when he married my g grandmother Matilda Pace abt 1883. The Louisa was Flem's sister but I was told she married a Pace, but that is probably not correct. I believe Martha to be a Horton and there are many Hortons who settled in Wayne Co. At. abt, 1825. I have not made connection yet. Joseph and Polly Powell South were in Wayne Co at a place called Ransom's stand. I was in the area 2 weeks ago. I know Polly Powell 's father William left Laurens Sc. went to Tn. b/4 he left for Al. Any ideas? This probably sounds confusing to you it sounds confusing to me as I reread it. Brenda

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