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Re: John South 1817-1891 SC to Blount Co AL
Posted by: D Carr Date: January 18, 2001 at 13:33:51
In Reply to: Re: John South 1817-1891 SC to Blount Co AL by Linda Moore of 1529

I don't know. I think there is a connection. John's son Martin is my direct line. In looking for info on Martin during the 1870 - 1900 time frame I found a marriage record in Lawernce county for a marriage between a Martin South and a Mollie Lee ( M 1-8-1886). He was in Blount County Alabama in prior 1870 & after 1900, but I find no record of him in Blount co during that period.

I don't know for sure this is my Martin, but I think it is. He's the only martin in this time frame I've ran across. I know Austin South had dealings in the Cullman area as well as other areas of the state. I dont know if this helped but e-mail me at Dcrr71@cs.com if I can be of any help. I'm interested in the Souths of Lawerence County.

Doug Carr


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