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Sarah Brown Albritton
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Birth: Jul. 22, 1817
Mississippi, USA
Death: Jan. 27, 1860
Pike County
Mississippi, USA

Sarah Brown and James Albritton were married on 19 Jan 1836. Sarah Brown Albritton and her infant died in childbirth in 1860, as documented in mortality record in Pike County.
She was the mother to 11 children; Matilda Albritton (1837) , Nancy Albritton (1838), Lucy Albritton (1842), Mary Ann Albritton (1843), Richard Andrew Jackson Albritton (1845), John H. Albritton (1845), Matthew Richardson Albritton 1848), Sarah Jane Albritton (1851), Frances Albritton (1854), Margaret Albritton (1855), and Lily Albritton (1857).

James and Sarah Albritton have two children who have proven their lineage through accepted applications to the Daughters of the American Revolution. Matilda Albritton Dickerson and John H. Albritton are both proven descendants.

James Albritton, did remarry in 1863, so the younger children were raised by their step mother, Martha Hart.

The Find A Grave Memorial number for her son John H. Albritton is 47712580.

 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  James Albritton (1813 - 1873)
 
 Children:
  Matilda Albritton Dickerson (1833 - 1884)*
  Nancy Albritton Moak (1838 - 1918)*
  Mary Ann Albritton Dickerson (1843 - 1918)*
  John H. Albritton (1845 - 1919)*
  Matthew Albritton (1848 - 1876)*
  Julia Albritton Roberts (1858 - 1923)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Albritton-Erwin-Reeves Cemetery
Bogue Chitto
Lincoln County
Mississippi, USA
 
Created by: MsMarion
Record added: Apr 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68006095
 

Sarah Brown Albritton was my 3rd great grandmother. There is no headstone, but there are several sandstone markers with no legible writing.
- D. Duckworth
 Added: Mar. 29, 2012
May you be remembered... Blessed rest to thee.
- Rodney A Arnold
 Added: Mar. 3, 2012
 
 
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