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Allen Kendrick Albritton
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Birth: Jun. 20, 1839
Wilcox County
Alabama, USA
Death: Jun. 30, 1917
Navarro County
Texas, USA

Allen Kendrick Albritton was born on 20 June 1839 in Wilcox County, Alabama to Allen Albritton (note: his father did NOT have a middle name) and "Susan" Savannah (Ford) Albritton.

Here is the information inherited at the time of transfer to my management, which I will be verifying (and correcting, if needed):
"Husband of Penelope Moore Purifoy, Sarah A. Dayton, and Mary E. Watt."

Co C 49th Ala Regt
6/20/1839 Wilcox Co., Ala - 6/30/1917
Pension #23514 
Family links: 
  Allen Albritton (1794 - 1861)
  Susannah Ford Albritton (1803 - 1867)
  Penelope Ann Synthia Moore Albriton-Purifoy (1830 - 1879)
  Sarah A Dayton Albritton (1849 - 1883)*
  William Eugene Albritton (1868 - 1946)*
  Henry Albritton (____ - 1862)*
  James Rountree Albritton (1826 - 1911)*
  George Washington Albritton (1830 - 1898)*
  John Thomas Albritton (1833 - 1881)*
  Nancy Ann Albritton Kyser (1837 - 1902)*
  Mathew Ford Albritton (1837 - 1912)*
  Allen Kendrick Albritton (1839 - 1917)
  Mary Ann Albritton Breithaupt (1841 - 1880)*
*Calculated relationship
Prairie Point Cemetery
Navarro County
Texas, USA
Maintained by: Timothy D. Hudson
Originally Created by: Edward L. Williams
Record added: Jun 02, 2005
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