St. Clair County
|Death: ||Oct. 21, 1925|
Isham M. Humphries was born about 1848, in St. Clair County, AL, to farmer Drewry Humphries and wife Rhoda Bowlin.
He had several siblings;
Thomas M. Humphries, (1839- )
Lydia M. Humphries (1841- )
Mary A. Humphries (1843- )
John Humphries (1845- )
James Humphries (1847- )
Louisa Humphries (1851- )
Lafayette Humphries (1853- )
Elizabeth Humphries (1857- )
George Humphries (1859- )
Sarah A. Humphries (1860- )
Half-siblings (c/o Drewry Humphries and Amanda Hammonds);
Andrew Humphreys (~1865 )
Baxter Humphreys (1867-1931)
William Alexander Humphreys (1870 - 1952)
Ida Humphreys (~1873- ).
Edgar Jackson Humphreys (1876-1941)
Isham married Polly Anne McClelen September 13, 1865. Children born to them;
Isham married Rachel Emma Funderburg. Children born to them;
Emma Zona Humphries Nelson Bunch Miller (Mueller) (1871-1912)
Being so young at the time, it's doubtful Isham fought in the War Between the States. However, some of his brothers did serve in the 25th AL Co D (CSA).
Not an educated man, Isham became widely known for his horticultural skills, especially fruit tree grafting.
Rachel Humphreys (1848 - 1917)*
Mary Texas Humphreys Hester (1868 - 1940)*
Emma Zona Humphries Miller (1871 - 1912)*
Created by: DHW
Record added: Apr 19, 2009
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