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7601 occupation: farmer.
Enlisted at Fort McClellan. 
Jaye, Royden E. (I27881)
 
7602 occupation: farmer.
Find A Grave gives death date as 25 Nov 1833, yet he is listed on 1859 census in Conecuh Co., AL. 
McCall, Duncan B. (I28585)
 
7603 occupation: farmer.
Height: Medium; Build: blank; Eyes: Blue; Hair: Light; Bald: No.
occupation: farming.
occupation: laborer, farm.
occupation: farmer. 
O'Hair, Lanham A. (I29316)
 
7604 occupation: farmer.
occupation: barber. 
Brooks, Noah Edgar (I23262)
 
7605 occupation: farmer.
occupation: boiler maker, railroad.
occupation: boiler maker, railroad.
occupation: boiler maker.
Height: Tall; Build: Medium; Eyes: Gray; Hair: Dark. 
Cooper, Christopher Columbus (I20106)
 
7606 occupation: farmer.
occupation: carpenter.
Height: Medium; Build: Medium; Eyes: Hazel; Hair: Black.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Biggs, Benjamin Davis (I28972)
 
7607 occupation: farmer.
occupation: druggist.
Samuel Romulus Biggs was the son of Warren Biggs and Penelope Cherry. On June 16, 1880 he married Sallie Smallwood at her home "The Sycamores" in Washington, NC. In 1879 Mr. Biggs founded S.R. Biggs Drug store, and he operated a funeral business in conjunction with the drug store until his death. He was also treasurer of the town of Williamston.

The Biggs family continues to operate the funeral home started by Samuel Romulus Biggs Sr. 
Biggs, Samuel Romulus (I22685)
 
7608 occupation: farmer.
Occupation: farmer
Occupation: farmer.
CSA, Co O, Alabama Infantry
Co. O Ala. Inf. CSA; First wife Catherine T. Wiggins, and Second wife Clarissa Jane Wiggins 
Black, William Robert (I30770)
 
7609 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Hilton, Aaron Isaac (I27487)
 
7610 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer
occupation: farmer.
works for sulphur co., something to do with rigging.
buried in Angleton Cemetery
DATE Bef 1951
SOUR @S281@
DATA
TEXT Online publication - Ancestry.com. Social Security Death In
CONC dex [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Net
CONC work, Inc., 2006.Original data - Social Security Administra
CONC tion. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Secu
CONC rity Administration.
SOUR @S42@ 
Bailes, Jeff Franklin (I19411)
 
7611 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$10,000.
occupation: farmer.
$41,000.
$72,630.
occupation: farmer.
$10,800.
$2000.
occupation: farmer. 
Nelson, John Alexander (I19767)
 
7612 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$1800.
$1150.
occupation: farmer.
$1000.
$500.
occupation: farmer. 
McCall, Duncan D. (I28586)
 
7613 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$200.
$300. 
Biggs, Malothia Daniel (I22675)
 
7614 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$200.
$400.
buried Red Hills Cemetery 
Ladd, James Martin (I28171)
 
7615 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$2000.
$300.
occupation: farmer.
$190.
occupation: farmer. 
Everette, John Fagan (I26863)
 
7616 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$240
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
Ingrahm Rhodes Wiggins brought his family to Texas in 1858. They first settled in Walker County, Texas and after a short time relocated to Falls County, Texas on Cow Creek. He lived his life out near Mooreville, Falls County, Texas. His grave, beside the grave of his wife Julia Marsh (Talton) Wiggins, is located at the top of the hill in Mooreville Cemetery. The grave is unmarked. 
Wiggins, Ingram Rhodes (I31132)
 
7617 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$300.
$620.
bRegimental History/b
THE First Alabama infantry



THE First Alabama infantry was the first in Alabama to enlist
for one year, the first to re-enlist, and has the distinction
of having served, though several times reorganized, from the
beginning to the end of the conflict.

Enlisting in March, 1861, it assembled at Pensacola and
immediately began the hardest of work -- in preparing for
defense. It was assigned to the batteries and soon earned the
title, " Bragg's best artillerists. "

Col. Henry D. Clayton served during the year 1861; at the end
of one year the regiment reorganized under Col. Isaiah G. W.
Steedman.

It took part in the battle of Santa Rosa, and was in the
bombardment of Pensacola, where it earned high renown. Ordered
to Memphis, March, 1862, it saw constant service until at
Island No. 10, where a large part of the regiment was captured;
the remainder were in the battle of Corinth.

In September the Island No. 10 prisoners were exchanged and the
regiment was ordered to Port Hudson, where most of them were
again captured.

The enlisted men, 610 strong, were exchanged, and under command
of the officers who escaped capture, fought at New Hope and
Kenesaw, where a brilliant record was made; Peach Tree creek,
Atlanta, Franklin, Nashville, Averasboro, and Bentonville.

The regiment was greatly distinguished, suffering many losses
in these battles, including Major Knox, the commander, who fell
while leading his troops in the battle of Franklin.

Source: Confederate Military History vol. VIII, p. 52

bBattles Fought/b
uFought on 8 Apr 1862 at Island No. 10, TN. /u
uFought on 27 May 1863 at Port Hudson, LA.
Fought on 4 Jul 1863 at Vicksburg, MS./u
Fought on 9 Jul 1863 at Port Hudson, LA.
uFought on 19 Sep 1863 at Chickamauga, GA/u
Fought on 28 Jul 1864.
uFought on 30 Nov 1864 at Franklin, TN. /u
uFought on 15 Dec 1864 at Nashville, TN./u 
Yates, Green Jefferson (I22627)
 
7618 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$3500.
$4490.
occupation: farmer. 
Wiggins, John M. (I31206)
 
7619 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$475.
bMALOTHIA B. Biggs/b

Malotha B Biggs (Daniel, Joseph, Joseph, John, Thomas, John) was born January 13, 1815 in Williamston, Martin County, NC, and died Bet. 1860 - 1870 in Pemiscot, MO. He married MARGARET PEGGY Gilbert 1834 in Martin, NC. She was born Abt. 1815, and died in Pemiscot, MO.

Notes for Malotha B Biggs:
Malotha Biggs was born January 13, 1815, on his fathers farm in Bear Grass Township, North Carolina. He was the fourth son of Daniel and Elizabeth Biggs.
Around 1834 MaLothia married Margarett "Peggy" Gilbert and to this union seven sons and two daughters were born.
Sometime around 1849 Malotha, his wife Margaret, and their first six children moved from Bear Grass North Carolina to Tennessee and settled in Benton County.

1840 census of Martin Co, NC lists the household of an M. B. Biggs.

1850 CENSUS, BENTON CO, TN (one county removed from Weakley Co) M. B. Biggs 33 NC, Margarett 32 NC, Daniel 15 NC, James 11 NC, William 9 NC, Joseph 6 NC, ASA 3 TN, Lucinda 2 TN

1860 CENSUS, PEMISCOT CO MO, Caruthersville -- (Pemiscot borders Dunklin Co)
MALOTHA Biggs 45 NC, Margaret 42 NC, William 19 NC, Joseph 17 NC, ASIA 14 female! TN, Lucinda 12 TN, Sarah 10 TN, McC*** 7 male TN next door to Daniel Biggs 22, Sarah 25, Mary 1, James BUELL 7, Susan? BUELL 5.

The name Malotha is probably taken from Mallothi in 1 Chr 25:4, spelled Melothy in the Wycliffe Bible.

More About Malotha B Biggs:
Occupation: Farmer

Children of Malotha Biggs and Margarett Gilbert are:
2 i. Malotha Daniel8 Biggs, born July 08, 1835 in North Carolina.
+ 3 ii. James L Biggs, born March 05, 1839 in North Carolina.
+ 4 iii. Wil liam Biggs, born February 08, 1841 in North Carolina.
+ 5 iv. JOSE PH C. Biggs, born December 02, 1844 in Williamston, Martin County, NC; died Abt. 1875 in Pemiscot, MO.
+ 6 v. Richa rd Asa Biggs, born February 08, 1846 in Weakley County, Tenn.; died April 13, 1913 in Senath,Missouri.
7 vi. Lucinda Biggs, born February 13, 1848 in Tennessee. She married Magee.
+ 8 vii. Sarah E Biggs, born August 18, 1850 in Benton County, Tennessee; died in Caruth, Dunklin County, Missouri.
+ 9 viii. Mac Gilbert Biggs, born March 19, 1853 in Benton,Polk, Tennessee.
+ 10 ix. Sa muel Romulus Biggs, born July 07, 1860 in Tennessee; died February 13, 1908. 
Biggs, Malothia B. (I22303)
 
7620 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$6985. 
Nelson, Franklin C. (I23664)
 
7621 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
at home. 
Ratliff, David Breland (I22470)
 
7622 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
From the will of John Biggs 1789 Edgecombe Co., NC.

I give to my son William and his Heirs foreve the Tract of Land Whereon I now live. 
Biggs, William (I30387)
 
7623 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
Height: Medium; Build: Medium; Eyes: Black; Hair: Dark.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
buried in Crim Chapel Cemetery 
Biggs, William Young (I30398)
 
7624 Occupation: Farmer.
Occupation: Farmer.
Height: Tall; Build: Slender; Eyes: Blue; Hair: Brown.
Occupation: Farmer.
Occupation: Farmer.
Occupation: Farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
Registered for draft in AL on roll 15609444.
buried in Bryant Cemetery
DATE Bef 1951
PLAC , , Alabama
NOTE 421-24-7073
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DATA
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CONC dex [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Net
CONC work, Inc., 2006.Original data - Social Security Administra
CONC tion. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Secu
CONC rity Administration. 
McKenzie, James Aaron (I28783)
 
7625 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
Height: Tall; Build: Slender; Eyes: Grey; Hair: Black.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
SSN: 467-48-9673. 
Armstrong, Archie Davidson (I24768)
 
7626 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
It seems likely that he was named after his great uncle; the renowned Senator/Congresman Asa Biggs. 
Biggs, Richard Asa (I22680)
 
7627 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$500,000? (I question this amount)
Listed as Torie on census form.
occupation: farmer.
$2650.
$18,000. 
Wiggins, William (I31620)
 
7628 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$7000.
$500.
occupation: farmer. 
Wilder, Nathanael (I25507)
 
7629 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
1830 US Federal Census for Conecuh Co., Alabama:

1 white female under 5
1 white female between 5-9
1 white female between 30-39
2 white females 100+

2 slaves

1840 US Federal Census for Conecuh Co., AL

1 white male 10-14
1 white male 20-29
1 white male 40-49
1 white female 10-14
1 white female 15-19
1 white female 30-39

5 slaves 
Brown, Sterling (I18574)
 
7630 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$3000.
(Medical):His father, Reuben and mother Matilda Sally Watson came to Gibson County, Tennessee and appear there in the 1830 census. Brother Luke was the second settler into Gibson County just ahead of Davy Crockett. Brother Zachariah had the first court in Trenton - Gibson County, Tn. William W. who was in Gibson County in the 1840s and then settled in Dyer County, Tennessee - he was born in 1817 - I believe him to be the brother of Amariah and these others. All these brothers were born in North CArolina 
Biggs, Luke (I18679)
 
7631 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
$800.
occupation: farmer.
$1500.
$1100.
occupation: farmer.
$800.
$580.
occupation: farmer.
William Joseph Helton 1799, Elizabeth Moore, found.Posted by: michael helton (ID *****9277)Date: May 07, 2008 at 18:46:18 of 3152

I have been reading a lot of your post in the past on this subject. Unbeknown to many, this family of Helton filed several applications to the Guion Miller, Cherokee Rolls. I am going to add one of them here and you can go to the Helton Family Genealogy Forum and find another one there.

I have run the family back to Sumter District in SC and found a William there that is perfect for the father of William Joseph Helton of Monroe Co. Alabama. All of the applications say that is where he is from. Here is another application for the 1907 Guion Miller Roll.

Fillemon Helton Guion Miller App.45170
lives in Livingston , Polk Texas
49 yrs old born on March 17th 1859
born: Burnt Corn Monroe Co. ALa
married to Katherine Jane Hilton 47 yrs old.

names of Children: ages in 1906.
Larkin More Hilton 17, July, 22nd, 1890
Eligah Ambrose Hilton 14, Dec, 9th, 1894
Mack Dan. Hilton 11 Sept, 18th, 1897

father: Mother:
Isaac M. Helton, Burnt Corn,Monroe, Al.
Mary Nancy McKinzie, Macon, GA

where were they in 1851?
Father was in Burnt Corn Monroe AL.
Mother was in Claiborne Macon Co. GA

father and mother not dead yet

Were your family ever enrolled for money, annuities, land or other benefits? If so state when and where and with what tribe of Indians. ans: I do not know that they were.

Brothers and sisters:
Georgia Brown, Franklin AL. Feb. 15th 1858
Aaron I Hilton. Livingston TX. Nov 12, 1861
Viola Mclroy, Mobile AL. Mar. 10th, 1866
Ezra Z. Hilton, Feb. 18th 1868 dead
Louisa Turberville, Franklin AL. May 24th, 1870
Mack C. Hilton Aug. 3rd. 1872.. d. Jan 1904
Robert E Hilton. Flomaton, Al. Dec 5th 1874
Bessie Fowler. Selma AL. Dec 5th 1874
Kasswith R. Hilton Flomaton, Al. Jan 11 1876
Marion, Kyle Helton May 3rd. 1879

state grandparents:
William Helton
Elizabeth Moore

Philip McKinzie
Elizabeth Wilder

Where were they born? Sumter District SC and Georgia
In 1851 Monroe Al. and Claiborne ALa.

Names of their children:
Mary M Helton, dead
Rebecca Maxwell, dead
William Helton jr. dead
Isaac M. Helton Flomaton ALa.
Jermiah Helton, dead
James Helton, Buena Vista, ALA.
John A Helton, Pollard
Sarah J. Sanders, Dead

Second Wifes children:
Thomas D. Helton dead
Majory Bradberry, Billville, Al.
Henry C. Helton, in Texas
Larkin W. Helton, Peterman, AL.
Mary Ann Helton, dead
Martha S. Mcleen ?? dead
Jefferson A. Helton. Tunnel Springs AL.

On mothers side:
Aaron Mckinzie Franklin AL
Lou Davis dead
Mary Nancy Helton, Flomaton Al.

Have you ever been enrolled for etc. I have never been.

To assist in identification, claimant should give the full English and Indian names, if possible, of their parents and grandparents back to 1835: My grand father William Helton 1/2 Indian Eastern Cherokee was borned in Sumter district South Carolina. Born Dec 15th, 1799

Remarks:
My great grand father was a Native of North Carolina a full blood Eastern Cherokee Indian Dr. Married a white woman, had one son born to them Sumter district South Carolina, Dec. 15th, 1799. after grand father Helton, my grand mother marrie a English man by the name of Lee Helton is the only name we have know in English or Indian.
Fillmore Helton
sworn 12th of Sept 1908
Tom M Drew clerk, Polk Co. TX.

The state of Missippi
Perry County:

Certificate under oath as to the Indian Lineage of I.M. Helton, sworn to by W.W. Davis.

This is to certify that I.M. Helton was one third Indian of the Eastern Cherokee Tribe. His Indian blood was through his father, Wm Helton who was the son of a Cherokee Indian doctor of the said tribe. The full-blood Indian doctor being named in English, Wm Helton as was his half-blood son Wm Helton was from a branch of the Cherokee Tribe in NC. He married Betsy Moore in South Carolina and moved to Alabama with her. Both the Wm Heltons, father and son are dead, and I.M. Helton of Flomaton, Alabama is the son of the younger Wm. Helton. My own mother was a half-sister to the younger Wm. Helton. After the death of the Indian Doctor my grand father Lee married th said Betsy Moore Helton an it is by an acquaintance with our family history that I know of the facts herein stated.

W.W. Davis affiant: 
Helton, William Joseph (I27649)
 
7632 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
(Medical):See attached sources. 
Biggs, James William (I21573)
 
7633 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
ALIA: PLAC Monroe, Alabama 
Brown, William Wiley (I18644)
 
7634 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Wiggins, Elijah Daniel (I30985)
 
7635 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Wiggins, Joshua A. (I31239)
 
7636 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
SSN: 267-16-6608 
Bailes, James Robert (I19335)
 
7637 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Vancleve, Samuel H. (I21742)
 
7638 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Biggs, William Cornelius (I22073)
 
7639 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Biggs, James Albert (I22259)
 
7640 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
McCall, John Allen (I23523)
 
7641 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Faulkenberry, Liston Nettles (I26935)
 
7642 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: planter.
$320. 
Cooper, Wilson (I19805)
 
7643 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Dean, Stephen Alexander (I17764)
 
7644 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Cooper, Coopan Eli (I20430)
 
7645 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Biggs, Abram (I22313)
 
7646 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Everette, Daniel Webster (I26843)
 
7647 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Everette, Robert Wesley (I26876)
 
7648 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Rowell, Henry R. Solomon (I29803)
 
7649 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Stabler, William Madison (I30166)
 
7650 occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer.
occupation: farmer. 
Biggs, William Gus (I30340)
 

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