Would like to prove James McMillian (born cira 1778 NC and died after 1860 in Fayette County, AL) is indeed the son of Amon McMillian, who died in Tuscaloosa county in 1825. James had a daughter, Mary McMillian who married James POE. James and Mary McMillan named their oldest son, Amon McMillian POE. I have seen James McMillian as son of Amon all over the internet, but without documentation. Thanks.
Thank you for the invitation. I have several Kentucky ancestors I'm interested in knowing more about. Woodson Johnson (1847-1921), son of Willis Johnson (1797 NC-bef 1860 Graves County, KY) and 2nd wife, Hester UNKNOWN Maiden Name Johnson, born 1809 TN and died bef 1860 probably in Graves County. Woodson and his brother, Abraham, wen to Hardeman Co., TN to live with a HENRY Johnson (unknown relationship) after their parents demise. Later Woodson left his wife and daughter and went back to Graves County, KY. He is buried at Pingar Cemetery, which is located right on the Tennessee/Kentucky state line.
I am especially interested in finding Willis' parents and place of birth in North Carolina. I would love to discover Hester's maiden name. Hester and Willis married about 1840/1841 probably in Graves County.
Thanks for inviting me to Alabama Genealogy! I am researching Randolph, Poe, Brown, McMillian and Taylor in Walker, Fayette, Lawrence, and Tuscaloosa counties, Alabama. My DAR Patriot is Abraham Randolph who lived and died in 1837. He has a DAR marker at Fergason Cemetery, Hatton, Lawrence County, Alabama.
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