In 1869, disabled Civil War veteran Newman Albright married Miss Elizabeth Scott of Cleburne County, Alabama.
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.
In his early thirties, Early Andrew Jackson Pounds was a widower with two toddlers. How could he work the farm and raise two children alone? He decided it he couldn't do it.
There was a man in Alabama with the amusing name of Early Andrew Jackson Pounds, and he was married three times.
Behold the marriage bond of Jesse M. Scott and Senia Malone!