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Found Elizabeth Yeilding (1852-1884) Blount AL
Posted by: James Mayhall (ID *****7203) Date: May 20, 2004 at 13:43:17
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I have just learned that I have been pursuing the wrong Yeilding line. I have been pursuing Elizabeth Arminda (b. 1853 AL) daughter of William Yeilding (b. 1824 AL) son of Francis Yeilding (b. 1794 NC).

However, I shoud have been pursuing Elizabeth Yeilding (1852-1884 AL) daughter of Joseph Yeilding (1804-1883 NC-AL) son of Richard Yeilding (1768-1864 NC).

So my Elizabeth belongs to the same generation as William Yeilding (1824 AL) not the generation of William's child, Elizabeth Arminda.

My quest began as a search for information about the second wife of Jesse Alexander Mayhall. Elizabeth (1852-1884) is the second wife and my great-grandmother in this line. Another researcher tells me that Elizabeth is buried in the Kimbrough Chapel Cemetery in Cullman County. Her father Joseph is buried in Duck River Baptist Church Cemetery in Cullman County. Her mother was Mary McCutcheon.

At this time, I am interested in learning more about Elizabeth daughter of Joseph. I am interested in learning if she had siblings and if she and Jesse lived near them. This is likely because all of them had their start in Blount County as Cullman, Lawrence, and Winston counties were being carved from it. I would like to learn the marriage date for Elizabeth and Jesse.


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