Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Woodburn Bruce "Woody" ALLEY

1.  He was a Teamster, could read and write.


Thomas "Tommy" ALLEY

1.  Tommy was a Teamster, could read & write,


Sarah GILLIAM

1.  Records show that Sarah Giliam Reavis, the widow, moved most of her family to Surry County, North Carolina about 1770.

2.  The records further show that they were members of the Dutchman's Creek Baptist Church.

3.  Sarah's name does not appear on church records after November 1787.


Judith REAVIS

CHRISTENING: 1.  Reported date of christening:  5 Jun 1774.   Question:  Was this an LDS ordinance?


Jacob H. "Jake" ALLEY

1.  Jacob changed his name from Alley to Allie about 1866 due to a family feud.   [Bob Olsen]

2.  Phoebe Caldwell reports that "Jake" was a wealthy landowner in Eastern Kentucky.


Jacob H. "Jake" ALLEY

1.  Jacob changed his name from Alley to Allie about 1866 due to a family feud.   [Bob Olsen]

2.  Phoebe Caldwell reports that "Jake" was a wealthy landowner in Eastern Kentucky.


Samuel Simpson ALLEY "II"

1.  Will probated Jan 1834, Sumner, Tennessee


Tyree ALLEY

1.  Will probated Lynn, Oregon.