Families

  

SF9.D3 Folder 11

Families - Arrington

Item 1: Pamphlet entitled "The Sumter County Historical Society Presents for Public Inspection: Arrington Archives, Dedicated Oct. 7, 1999" 

 

SF9.D3 Folder 12

Families - Colgin

Item 1: Handwritten letter dated Jan. 13, 1991, to Dr. Pate from Dr. Richard D. Holland regarding a letter sent to the Sumter County Preservation Society from Harvey L. Colgin; attached is a copy of the letter from Colgin regarding his family and related families (dated Jan. 5, 1991)

 Item 2: Handwritten letter dated June 21, 1993, to Dr. Jim Pate from Harvey L. Colgin regarding his family and related families 

 

SF9.D3 Folder 13

Families - Danner, Earl Norris

Item 1: Funeral Service program for Earl Norris Danner (Dec. 10, 1926-Feb. 7, 2000)  

 

SF9.D3 Folder 14

Families - Epes

Item 1: Letter dated April 14, 1848, to Col. Richard L. Epes of [Sumterville ?], Ala., from P. Epes regarding the purchase of a slave 

 

SF9.D3 Folder 15

Families - Greenlees/Greenlee

Item 1: Postcard dated July 31, 2001, from Hal and Vickie Greenlee

Item 2: Document entitled "An Incomplete History of the Greenlees Family of Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and California" 

 

SF9.D3 Folder 16

Families - Herr

Item 1: Document headlined "Sherard, Mississippi February 1938" by J. H. Sherard II which introduces an article, "Reconstruction Times in Sumter County, Alabama" by Frank Herr; attached is the article by Herr, which contains "Reconstruction clippings, covering the period of July 1865 to July 1877," including information on S. S. Renfroe, Judge J. A. Abrahams, U.S. Detective J.G. Hester, U.S. Marshal Randolph, and Bob Reed

Item 2: Letter dated 1884 to the [Hon. W. H. Nevill ?] from Ben F. Herr, publisher of The Livingston Journal regarding a recommendation letter for an appointment to treasurer 

 

SF9.D3 Folder 17

Families - Hibbler

Item 1: Photocopy of a portrait and description of James Lawrence Hibbler from Alabama Portraits Prior to 1870 and information regarding an oil painting presented by Mr. and Mrs. William G. Little III (two copies)

Item 2: Two photocopies of "Materials copies from Hibbler Family Bible" presented to the Historical Society by Mr. and Mrs. William G. Little III 

 

SF9.D3 Folder 18

Families - Little

Item 1: Photocopy of a portrait and description of James Lawrence Hibbler

Item 2: Address and phone number of William G. Little III

Item 3: Letter dated June 8, 1997, to Bill and Betty from Richard [Holland] regarding material from the Hibbler and Little family bibles and information on J. L. Hibbler's portrait

Item 4: Two photocopies of "Materials copies from Hibbler Family Bible" presented to the Historical Society by Mr. and Mrs. William G. Little III 

 

SF9.D3 Folder 19

Families - Noble

Item 1: News article from the March 22, 1954, issue of The Birmingham News entitled "Nation's Oldest Man? - ‘Uncle Pike' dies at age of 123" by Mrs. Richard Ennis of Bellamy

Item 2: Three photocopies of article above 

 

SF9.D3 Folder 20

Families - Oswalt

Item 1: Letter dated May 11, 1991, to Ervin L. Wood, president of the Sumter County Historical and Preservation Society, from Elizabeth H. Morris of Tuscaloosa, Ala., requesting the placement of a marker at the site of Jacob Oswalt's ferry on the Tombigbee River; also includes information about Oswalt and sons

 

SF9.D3 Folder 21

Families - Overstreet, LeRoy

Item 1: Photocopy of "Honduras Trip" Journal by LeRoy Overstreet from the collection of Tom Hylton of Epes, Ala.; journal entries span Sept. 9, 1997 - Feb. 7, 1998

Item 2: Photocopy of "LeRoy Overstreet's Journal - Honduras (Second Trip)" by LeRoy Overstreet from the collection of Tom Hylton of Epes, Ala.; journal entries span March 16, 1998 - March 26, 1998

Item 3: "More about LeRoy Overstreet's Experiences in Honduras" from the collection of Tom Hylton of Epes, Ala., including an entry for May 28, 1998 

 

SF9.D3 Folder 22

Families - Parker

Item 1: Photocopy of a document written by James Parker on Nov. 7, 1855, naming his son, Con Parker, manager of James's plantation until his death and the settling of the estate; attached is a photocopy of a note by Con Parker with family members' names printed beneath

Item 2: Two photocopies of ledger sheets bearing financial records of the sale of 35 bales of cotton by Murray F. Smith on James Parker's account

Item 3: Photocopy of a "Report of sale of land belonging to estate of James Parker" consisting of two sheets

Item 4: Record of sale and payment of supplies, many which appear to be medicinal in nature, on James Parker's account with a Dr. Scruggs (two sheets)

Item 5: James Parker's will

Item 6: Photocopy of a letter dated Nov. 9, 1867, from Socrates Parker to his wife 

 

SF9.D3 Folder 23

Families - Rogers, John A. (Letters)

Item 1: Handwritten letter dated July 22, 1911, to John A. Rogers, from [J. F. Johnston ?]

Item 2: Letter dated February 14, 1918, to John A. Rogers, from H.H. McNeill, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, regarding John A. Rogers's candidacy for the State Senate; attached is a bill for an account with Threefoot Brothers and Company Wholesale Grocers dated July 1, 1917; also attached is the envelope in which the letter was sent

Item 3: Letter dated June 22, 1920, to John A. Rogers, from Mrs. Carl Liebold, regarding the search for a student who is qualified to attend the Marion Military Academy (contains handwritten notes); attached is the envelope in which the letter was sent

Item 4: Letter, undated, to the Legislature of Alabama, from the Members of the Recess Committee on Public Roads and Convicts, entitled "Report of the Minority Members of Recess Committee on Public Roads and Convicts" (4 copies)

Item 5: Handwritten notes on the State of Alabama Highway Department Bell Building in Montgomery stationary, appears to be a discussion of a bond issue

Item 6: Notebook entitled Old Coventry Court, containing what appears to be a speech

Item 7: The Nevada Highway News, Vol. 1, Saturday, October 29, 1921, No. 11

Item 8: The Weekly Courier-Journal, Louisville, Wednesday Morning, August 14, 1907

Item 9: The Birmingham Age-Herald, Volume XXXXIII, Sunday, September 7, 1913, featuring an article entitled "The Prince of Peace"

Item 10: Newspaper article entitled "The Social Side: Strikers Celebrate 77th Anniversary With a Handsome Candy Ball"

Item 11: The Thrice-A-Week World, Monday, December 12, 1910, featuring an article entitled "91, 972, 266 Dwell in Continental U. S., Census Shows"

Item 12: Newspaper article from the Birmingham Age-Herald entitled "General Laws Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama"

Item 13: The Atlanta Semi-Weekly Journal, Volume VI, Friday, January 5, 1906, No. 32

Item 14: Our Southern Home, Old Series, Volume XLV No. 9, New Series Volume XV No. 32, Livingston, Ala., Wednesday, June 8, 1910

Item 15: The Tuscaloosa News and Times-Gazette, Wednesday, November 9, 1921

Item 16: The Birmingham Age-Herald, Volume XXXIX, Thursday, September 16, 1909, featuring an article entitled "Aroused Alabamians Are Determined to Strike Off Their Manacles and Rebuke the State's Ruling Oligarchy"