MONROE CO, ALABAMA (made in 1815 Creek Cession 1814,Washington)
Now lays next to Butler, Conecuh, Clarke, Wilcox

Clarke was made in 1812 from Washington (looks like many records available,msh)

Conecuh was made in 1818 from Monroe

Butler was made in 1819 from Conecuh, Monroe

Wilcox was made in 1819 from Monroe, Dallas

 



CAROL'S PAGE

ED'S PAGE

CYNTHIA'S PAGE

POSSUM'S PAGE

MCKINLEY FAMILY

BUDDY'S PAGE

SHARON’S PAGE - PETERSONS



MARRIAGES =
SELLERS=
PRIDGENS=
OTHERS =



LAND PATENTS, ETC =



1820 MONROE CO, AL CENSUS/TAX LIST=  NEED =



1830 MONROE CO, AL CENSUS INDEX =
JESSE SALLEN, page 49
DANIEL SELLERS, PAGE 35 =2100001-2?00001=

MALE 40/50 = 1780/1790

Male 5/10

2 Males u 5

female 30/40

2 ? females u 5

next

WM COVINGTON 30/40

SAMUEL BOZEMAN 40/50

POLLY WELLS = 20/30 and male 20/30? yes


JAMES SELLERS, PAGE 35 = 200001/10001=

MALE 30/40 = 1790/1800

2 MALES U5

FEMALE 20/30

FEMALE U5

Next

MARY NULL?
JOHN SEMPHISS? 30/40

MARTIN MIDDLETON

DANIEL WRIGHT

CUYLER SATTEN, PAGE 51
JOHN SATTEN JR, PAGE 49
WM RUFFIN,  PAGE 33
BELLS = BIDGUEL, DAVID H. PAGE 52/30
BIGGS = ARCHIBALE, JOHN, MITCHELL, PAGE 47,42,45
BENJAMIN BROOKS, PAGE 33
BRYANT= AMBROSE, ASA, JAMES, JOHN, PAGE 37,38,38,28
BYRD=JEPTHA, STEPHEN, PAGE 34, 34
CABB=WILLIAM, PAGE 48
CARTERS=HEZEKIAH, JAMES,JOSEPH, WM C, PAGE 51,34,29,54,
CATE= ALLEN, WM, PAGE 41, 48
COOK=BENJAMIN, JOHN B, LABAN, LEWIS, SHERBER, WM, HENRY, SAMUEL THOMAS, PAGE 453,58,28,53,35,44,44,44,43
COOP, MANNING, PAGE 37
DORTCH, JOHN, PAGE 28
DIXON=HASLEN, MIRON D. PAGE 35, 59
JOHN FAULK, PAGE 50
GRIFFEN=DICEY, JOHN, DANIEL, BENJAMIN, ISAAC, JEREMIAH, PAGE 35,35,44,55,49,49,
HARLEY O. GUYNN, PAGE 36
JOHN HART, PAGE 40
HAYS= HENRYH., WILLIAM S, PAGE 58,52
HICKS=ISOM MOSES, PAGE 32,33
JOHN G. LEE, PAGE 36
SIMION D. MANNING, PAGE 44
EDMUND MAUNING, PAGE 50
ISHAM MCKINLEY, PAGE 42
JAMES MCKINLEY, PAGE 38
JOSEPH NETTLES, PAGE 47
JAMES NITTERS, PAGE 36
ODUM= JESSE T, RICHARD JR, PAGE 39,38
PARKER=CINCINATUS,JOSEPH,SURREY,TABITHA,PAGE 57,57,39,58,
PEEBLES,WM, PAGE 40
THOMAS PRITCHETT, PAGE 52
WM PUGH, PAGE 33
JAMES RAINEY, PAGE 45
REAVES, DAVID, MOSES, RICHARD, PAGE 34,36,36
ENOCH RIGDON, PAGE 38



1840 MONROE CO, AL
 JAMES SELLERS, PAGE 225, no twn = 22110001-010001=

male 50/60 = 1780/1790

male 15/20

male 10/15

2 males 5/10

2 males u 5

female 30/40 = 1800/1810

female 5/10 =

next

STANFORD MIMMS?

WRIGHT MIMMS

BRITAIN MINNS 60/70

PRISCILLA BROOKS

REBECCA SAWYER

ELISHA ATTAWAY


 SALTERS = ISAAC, JESSE, JOHN, NEAL, SIMON, PAGE 242,244,244,234,229
ISHAM MC KINLEY, PAGE 237
MCKINLEY'S = WALTON, ELBERT, JAMES, JOSEPH, PAGES 228,235,237,243
PRIDGEN =



1840 MONROE CO, AL =
FROM:Martha
email = ? need
Pregin, N. W.  AL MONROE CO.   215 1840
Pridgen, William  AL MONROE CO.   226 1840 = Where in 1830?msh)
Prigin, Sopha  AL MONROE CO.   238 1840



1850 AL Census Index  Pridgeon, William W. AL MONROE CO. 020 1850



1850 MONROE CO, AL
 WILLIAM SALES, PAGE 15
 SALTER = CHRISTIAN,

W.F.SELLERS/SELLTERS/NELLTERS 27 AL, PAGE
MARGARET 23 AL
JOHN 11/12 AL

W.C. PRIDGEON 46 NC/SC. PAGE
ROSY? 55 SC
GEORGIA C. 15 AL
G.L/S 13M AL
ELIZABETH 10 AL
GABTOR? 7M AL
NANCY F? hewitt? 40? NC
MARY HEWITT 10 AL
next
JOSEPH? hawkburg? 65 NC/SC

ISHAM MCKINLEY 65 GA, PAGE
SYNTHIA 68 GA
ELIZA 30 AL
PATTERSON 24M AL
AMBROSE 21? AL
B. A. SALLINS? 43M AL
BENJAMIN CHRISTIAN 40M GERMANY?



FROM MARTHA

Pridgeon, William W.  AL MONROE CO.   020 1850
Pridgon, M. W.  AL MONROE CO.   247 1850       SLAVE SCHEDULE


1860 =
JOSEPH SELLERS, PAGE 775
MAHULDA SELLERS, PAGE 767
 NANCY SAULLER, PAGE 827
 JAMES SAULTER, PAGE 827
 SALTER=CHRISTIAN,DAVID, ELIZABETH, G.W., ISSAC, JESSE, MARY, NEAL, PHEVE,
SIMON= PAGES (there is a SIMON SELLERS in 1850 HENRY CO, AL)
 935,917,828,913,919,830,832,936,830,832 >>
MCKINLEY =
PRIDGEN=



1870 MONROE CO, AL =

       From:
            "Possum" <possum@gulftel.com>

In going over the census records
On page 507 of the 1870 Monroe County Alabama census records I found the
following family

JOSEPH SELLERS    43    Male      W    Farmer 5000    birth FLORIDA
Mary                           39    Female   W
N.C
Silva (sp)                     20    Female    W
Alabama
Lidia                            18    Female    W
Alabama
William                        15    Male        W
Alabama
Alice                            12    Female    W
Alabama
Josephine                       9    Female    W
Alabama
Aida (sp)                        6    Female    W
Alabama

Hope this helps someone!
Deb



1-29-1880 =Monroe Co, Al
MARY SELLERS married HENRY E. BARDEN



1880 MONROE CO, AL soundex census = (ck Cov Co, Al history)
 THOMAS L. SELLARS 47 AL-beat 12 (believe this is like township,msh)
 MILLIE ANN 40 AL WIFE
 FINELLY V.L. 20 AL, DAU
 EMMA A 18 AL DAU
 SIMEONE M.L. 11 AL, SON
 HENRY C. BARDIN 19 AL, SIL
 MARY J. 18 AL , DAU
 WM PETERSON 27 GA, SIL
 MARTHA A.P. 23 AL, DAU
 WM E. 4 AL, Relation Not Reported (listed as Peterson)
 THOMAS M. 6/12 AL, Relation Not Reported (listed as Peterson)

 W.H. SELLARS 24M AL (beat 7)
 M.E. 28 AL, WIFE
 I.HOLLY 1M AL

 SALEM SELLARS 47 AL - BEAT 9
 JANE 40 AL
 PHILIP 15 AL
 FANCY 8F AL
 FISH 7M AL
 GILBERT 6 AL
 JONAH 2M AL
 ELIZA NETTLES 18 AL, step dau

BARDIN'S?



 ALL are daughters and sons and wifes, unless Noted
 This census does Not include families unless they have kids under 10/12
 SO we could have more SELLERS here - older? Read actual census =
 This only includes SELLERS surnames
 You should read actual census for neighbors info
 ====
 THEY seem to be here early = But, NoOne has sent census data =
 You may be able to check on line for Buyers of Land in this area=
 MONROE CO, AL was made in 1815 from Creek Cession 1814, Washington-
 There is No 1820 census, but, may be tax list



THE CREEKS'
Mary Levitia or Levelita Weatherford

LifeNotes: She was very young when her father died. She was the only daughter of William
Weatherford to grow to adulthood.

     Mary Levitia and her Dr. Howell would stay in Alabama till 1850, when her
     mother's estate was settled, and then moved with several children and numerous slaves
     to Louisiana where the family had holdings in Natchitoches, DeSoto and Sabine
     Parishes. Sadly, there was much sickness along the bayou's, and Levitia died at age
     36 in 1859.

Born: 1823, Little River, AL. Shown as age 24 in the 1850 census.
Married: 4/11/1842, Monroe Co., AL, C. C. Sellers, surety, T. Burpo, Ordained Minister
(source: "Monroe and Conecuh County, Alabama Marriages 1833-1880", Dr. Lucy Wiggins
Colson, P. D. and Dr. Robert Ellis Colson, Southern Historical Press, 1983)
Died: in 1859; is buried in a lonely, unkept forest place (Campground Cemetery) near Pleasant
Hill, Louisiana. Two of her children are beside her, Bonaparte, age 5, and Natalie, age 14. The
widower put up a nine foot apex style monument, which has fallen at least once.
Parents: William Weatherford "Red Eagle" and Mary Stiggins

Dr. William Forbes Howell

LifeNotes: Was from Wilcox Co., AL. He married 2nd- Louisa Elizabeth Smith Durr, widow,
about 1860. They had a daughter Emily Hall Howell, born 1862, after Dr. Howell died.

Born: AL; Married: 4/11/1842, Monroe Co., AL, C. C. Sellers, surety, T. Burpo, Ordained
Minister -- William is shown as William Harwell (source: "Monroe and Conecuh County,
Alabama Marriages 1833-1880", Dr. Lucy Wiggins Colson, P. D. and Dr. Robert Ellis Colson,
Southern Historical Press, 1983); Died:
Parents: William H. Howell and Lucy Williamson. William H. Howell was a successful
Alabama planter.



        From:
             MHolmes102@aol.com
ound in Deep South Gen Quarterly Vol 26, No. 1, Feb. 1989--Abstract of
Deed Record A-Monroe County, Ala.

Pg. 74--13 Aug. 1835 Sophia Pridgeon to granddaughter Georgiana Pridgeon,
daughter of William M. Pridgeon of the same County and State "in
consideration of the natural love and affection I have and entertain..."
Witnesses: Willis Robertson, Richard Stephens.

I hope this helps someone."
 - Martha



FROM
             "Sara Youngblood" <saray@patriotcom.com>
--1840 Monroe Co. Alabama Census
House hold 238
Sophia Prigin

1 female to 5
2 females 5-10
1 female 10-15
1 female 20-30
1 female 30-40
1 female 70-80

Her son Wm Pridgen living in house hold 226
Wm Pridgen
1 male to 5
3 males 10-15
1 male 30-40
1 female to 5
1 female 5-10
1 female 40-50
Note:  This would be her son William George Washington Pridgeon
 

--1850 Monroe Co., AL census shows WGW Pridgeon, wife and children:
Georgiana, G.S., Elizabeth, S.G. Also in household is Nancy Burns, age
40, b. in NC and Mary, age 10 born in Al.
--1860 Monroe Co., AL census shows WGW Pridgeon, wife and children:
Nathaniel, Galatin, Isabella, Lena, Clara.  Shown also is Mary, age 27
and child Joseph, age 3, both born in Al

    You will recall that Nathaniel (the esteemed preacher) said that
he saw the first steamboat on the Alabama River, so he must have been
there for awhile.  I'm assuming, of course that this river is in
Alabama.  I also have that he died in Clark Co., Ga.   Larry, Jim or
David should be able to straighten us out on the travels of Nathaniel
and his family.

Love to all,
Sara



  jan 25, 2003
EdBardin@aol.com
Hi ladies,
Hope all is well. I took a drive up around Franklin, Al. north of Monroeville
and came across an old unnamed cemetery with the following names. Do you have
any of these in your info/data base?

cemetery is just north of Franklin,Al off hwy 41 - turn right (east) on dirt
rd across from hwy 17 (paved, goes west) down approx 2 miles on left:

Joseph Sellers                          wife Mary A. Frye
3/16/1827-4/18/1885                 6/29/1831-12/17/1915

Sallie Sellers (more than likely daughter to above) husband A.J.McKinley
1/24/1850-11/10/1935                                2/1/1848-1/26/1892

Josephine Sellers (also, more than likely       husband John Hardy Richardson
daughter to above) 4/12/1861-4/18/1924      2/4/1851-9/28/1928
 

thanks,
Edward


FRANKLIN, AL = MACON CO, AL
MONROEVILLE, AL = no town. Monroe Co, Al?



FROM GAIL
RLyman [lymanrg@favorites.com]
Cousins,

I just got back from doing some research on William George Washington Pridgen of Monroe County, Alabama (Brother of Nathaniel Waller Pridgen and Sophia Pridgen Doles Dean Ralph).

I think William was married three times.

Timeline:
1804/1807 born in NC
1830 census in Monroe, AL
1835 birth of daughter Georgianna Pridgen
1837 birth of son Nathaniel Green Pridgen
1840 census in Monroe, AL
25 Apr 1840 Wm W. Pridgen & wife (wife no. 1) sell to Robert Patton (DB A-575)
10 Oct 1841 W. W. Pridgeon marries Elizabeth Garner (wife no. 2) (Vol A-71)
13 Mar 1844 W W Pridgen sells to James Packer (DB C-4?)
2 Jun 1850 Wm. W. Pridgeon marries Mrs. Rosa Chapman (wife no. 3) (Vol. A-134)
1850 census in Monroe, AL
15 Sep 18571857 W. W. sells to R. C. Torrey (DB E-7?)
1860 census in Monroe, AL
12 Jan 1906 Wm Henderson sells to N.G. Pridgeon (DB 60-21)
6 Mar 1906 W. W. & Rosa Pridgen sell to W. P. Leslie (DB 60-67)
 

I didn't get time to look up the land deeds yet, but hope to do so on Friday.  I hope the deed in 1840 at least gives the first name of William's first wife.  I believe she is the mother of Georgianna and Nathaniel Green.  Maybe the 1906 deed of William Henderson will give some clues as to where he and Georgianna are.

Gail