In 1850, Alabama was already threatening succession from the Union if they didn't get their way, which might have motivated them to conduct their own census.
There are three Scott families on this page. Or one. Depends on your perspective.
Today we're looking Jesse Scott in the 1840 United States Census.
Newman J. Albright and S. Elizabeth Scott were enumerated in the 1870 United States Census six months after their December 1869 marriage.
In 1869, disabled Civil War veteran Newman Albright married Miss Elizabeth Scott of Cleburne County, Alabama.
An in-depth look at the 1928 death certificate of Reuben Garrison Graham of Freestone County, Texas.
In December 1900, Mancel Coker was issued a marriage license by the clerk of Searcy County. The bride was the young widow Mrs Callie Copeland.
This obituary of Julius Graham was published by The Daily Memphian newspaper on Tuesday, 15 September 2020.
This obituary for Paul Coker was published in The Odessa American newspaper on Tuesday, 30 June 1970. Paul was the son of Mansel Coker and California Cypert.
A closer look at the delayed birth certificate of Paul Coker, issued some forty-eight years after his birth.