CHAMBERS CO, ALABAMA (made in 1832 from Creek Cession of 1832)
lays next to Randolph, Clay, Tallapoosa, Lee Co, AL(Lee county made in 1866  from Russell)
lays next to Georgia border/Troup Co,GA

TEXAS/SELLERS

CATHY'S PAGE

RON'S PAGE

BECKY'S PAGE = Burdettes/Ward/Pearson


MAY 2003
FROM GEORGIA
Georgia Fletcher [chick.fletcher@verizon.net]

Go to this website for a transcribed version of the 1850 Chambers
County, Alabama census.  They are a LOT of Wilkerson and Wilkinson
families from Georgia in the county.  I did note at least one Wilkerson
from NC.  The names were familiar but I could not place them.
 
http://www.trackingyourroots.com/1850cham.htm
 
Georgia



1840 CHAMBERS CO,AL=

1850 CHAMBERS CO, AL=

JOSEPH SELLERS 27 NC/SC?, PAGE 395, DISTRICT 19 1/2=CK 1860 HENRY CO, AL
JANE ? GA
LUCINDA 6 AL
ELIZA 5? AL
ELIZABETH 4 AL
MARTHA 1 AL
(Sellers, Joseph W.--Jane Baker 22 May 1842-Pike Co,Al)

next =

ELIZA COCKRAN 32 GA,, PAGE 399, DISTRICT 19 1/2(Ck1860Henry Co, Al)
LEINCLUS 11M GA
JENE? 9M GA
AMANDA 8F GA
LICNIDEN 7M GA
NANCY 5F AL?

next Francis GIRDEN/GORDON 48 SC
next Gisen HOLADAY 35 SC?
=========
FROM GEORGIA

Georgia Fletcher [chick.fletcher@verizon.net]

1850 Chambers County, Alabama District 19:
 
Samuel M. Burdett 60 M SC shoemaker
Saletha E. Burdett 42 F SC (see Georgia's Note below = Taletha)
Martha Burdett 11 F GA
Saletha Burdett 10 F AL
James Burdett 7 M AL
John Burdett 5 M AL
Thomas Burdett 3 M AL
Clarissa Burdett 1/12 F AL
 
The fact that she named a daughter Clarissa ties her to her sister
Clarissa Pearson Ward of 1850 Randolph County, Alabama
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APRIL 30, 2003
FROM GEORGIA

I just reviewed the 1850 Chambers County, Alabama census on Samuel M.
Burdette and it looks like the wife's name is Taletha and the daughter
looks like Taletha also.  It is definitely not Tabitha.  The census
taker crossed the "t" all the way across the "L" the T and the H but it
looks like Taletha to me.  Looking at the S and the T's he made, it is
not an S as it looks exactly like a T for the name Thomas.  I think I
have seen the name Talitha used.

Georgia
 

========
1850 CHAMBERS CO, AL =
SAMUEL M. BURDETT 40 SC (40 not 60??)SC was a ditto from above)
TALETHA E. 42 SC (ditto on state of birth)
MARTHA 11F GA
TALETHA 10F AL
JAMES 7 AL
JOHN 5 AL
THOMAS 3 AL
CLARISA 1/12F AL
(AS Georgia stated = the T's are T's =  how it sounded? doesn't appear to be
in the Spelling?)
marie, iowa


from CHARMAINE
NOINTELLG@aol.com
1850 Chambers Co., AL census - 19th Dist - enumerated 11 March - p. 327

Household 873/ Family 873

Samuel M. Burdett    40 M   Shoemaker        S. Carolina
Taletha  E.    "          42 F                             "       "          
     can't read/write
Martha          "          11 F                             Georgia           
  attended school
Taletha         "           11 F (maybe 10)            Alabam                 
"           "
James          "            7 M                                  "            
          "           "
John             "           5 M                                  "           
          
Thomas        "            3 M                                 "              
        
Clarissa        "          1/12 F                                "

(note - when you see what looks like fs (Clarifsa, Jefse, etc.) this was the
standard way that two s's were written.  I've seen this consistently in other
censuses and old court documents )

Above Samuel M. Burdett, family 872 is James Embry, also listed as shoemaker,
born SC.  Could be James Embry and Samuel M. Burdett were in the shoe making
business together.

Below, Family 874 is Casper M. Amos, a farmer, also born S. Carolina.

Charmaine


FROM  CHARMAINE

1850 CHAMBERS CO, AL
There is also a Samuel L. Burdette (family) 550 which looks like a likely
candidate for Samuel M. Burdette's father.

Samuel L. Burdette   73 M   Farmer              born SC
Sarah                       56 F                                   SC
Mary                        36 F                                    SC

the rest of the children:

Sarah
Lucinda
Lewis
MIchaelberry
Henrietta

all born in Georgia.  I found where Samuel L. B. Burdett received a Georgia
Land Lottery in Jones Co., GA in 1832.  Also a marriage (must be the second)
to Sarah Coursey bond 7 Oct. 1832 Jones Co., GA.

====


1860 CHAMBERS CO, AL =
FROM GEORGIA
1860
Chambers County, Alabama census on Samuel and here is what I find:
 
Milltown PO - Northern Division
1860 Chambers County, Alabama
Samuel M. Burdet 48, M, Farmer SC
Salstae E. Burdet 47, F, NC the handwriting is beautiful and there is no
mistaking the reading and note she says NC for her birth state
Arthur H or A Burdet 20, M GA ( this was a female named Martha in 1850
but it is definitely Arthur and a male in 1860)
Salstae A. Burdet 19, F, AL
James M. Burdet 17, M, AL
John M. Burdet 15, M, AL
William T. Burdet 13, M, AL
Clarissa W. Burdet 11, F, AL
 ===

Some of you please go to this 1860 census and see if you agree with me
that it is written SALSTAE
 
Also in 1860 Chambers County, AL
Samuel L. Burdett 74, M, farmer, SC
 
next door to Samuel L is
George M. Burdett 28, M, GA
Mary Burdett, 21, F, GA
Samuel L. Burdett 7, M, AL
Josephine Burdet 4, F, AL
Mary S. Burdett 3, F, AL
 
a few houses away:
Simeon M. Burdett 39, M, farmer, GA
Rebecca Burdett 43, F, GA
Francis M. Burdett 10, M, AL
Sarah Burdett 8, F, AL
Sarah Burdett 29, F, GA
 
next door is
William Burdett 40, M, farmer, GA
Nancy Burdett 45, F, GA
Sarah Burdett 16, F, AL
George A. Burdett 14, M. AL
Simeon Burdett 12, M, AL
Missouri Burdett 9, F, AL
==========
FROM CHARMAINE
1860 Chambers Co., AL census - the Northern Division - Milltown Post Office -
4th Sept. - p. 837

Household 866/Family 846

Saml M. Burdet       48 M     Farmer      350  350    S. Carolina
Salstae E.  "            47 F                                      N.     "  
      can't read/write
Martha H.   "            20 F                                      Georgia
Salstae A.  "            19 F                                      Alabama
      start 837B
James M. Burdet      17M                                      Alabama
John    "      "            15 M                                          "
Wm. T.       "            13 M                                          "
Clarissa W. "            11 F                                           "

Household above is Henry Green

Household below is Martin K. Johnson       

Charmaine






1870 CHAMBERS CO, AL=
NO SELLERS
SAMUEL BURDETT, 59 SC, LAND
SELETHIA 60 NC
JAMES 26 AL
MARTHA 19F GA
CELESTIA 28F AL
JNO M. 23M AL
WM T.? 22 AL
CLARISSA 20F AL




1880
 Census Place: Oak Bowery, Chambers, Alabama
 Source: FHL Film 1254005  National Archives Film T9-0005     Page 174A
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Lou SELLERS Self F W W 40 AL
 Occ: Works On Farm Fa: AL Mo: AL
Sam SELLERS Son M S W 10 AL
 Occ: At School Fa: AL Mo: AL