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Pvt Alford Mason Jones
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Birth: Oct. 1, 1840
Death: Mar. 10, 1922

Alford was born in Heard Co. Georgia to Moses Jones & Martha Mathews. Alford moved to Ala. after his mother died and in 1861 joined the 15th Ala. Inf. Co H CSA. Served in many battles and was captured in 1864 by Union troops and spent a year in a POW prison. After the war he married and moved his family to Texas around 1885 and lived in Erath Co. where his wife passed away. He married two more times then moved to Wichita Co. He fathered at least eleven children and died in 1922 his widowed third wife Lucy being thirty-four yrs. younger than he lived until 1948. 
Family links: 
  Moses Jones (1808 - 1882)
  Ada M. Calloway Jones (1842 - 1887)
  Lucy Ellen Lewis Smith (1876 - 1948)
  Charles Alford Jones (1866 - 1958)*
  Ila Lovie Jones Allison (1874 - 1967)*
  Buna Ollie Jones Keith (1878 - 1972)*
  Mamie A. Jones Gary (1887 - 1977)*
  Lula Cumia Jones Dobyns (1897 - 1988)*
  Alfred Mason Jones (1901 - 1964)*
  Ruby Wilma Jones Morrison (1903 - 1980)*
  Berry Toliver Jones (1906 - 1981)*
  Opal Louise Jones (1911 - 1913)*
  Jerusha Caroline Jones Hayley (1825 - 1907)*
  Charles Washington Jones (1837 - 1883)*
  Lorena Jane Jones (1838 - 1895)*
  Alford Mason Jones (1840 - 1922)
  Telitha Cumi Jones Cowart (1843 - 1931)*
  Littleberry T. Jones (1849 - 1902)*
  Alfred Nolen Jones (1850 - 1909)*
  Minnie Jones Shaffer (1872 - 1900)*
*Calculated relationship
Old Electra Memorial Cemetery
Wichita County
Texas, USA
Created by: J. Barry Turnage
Record added: Feb 12, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33763848
Pvt Alford Mason Jones
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Pvt Alford Mason Jones
Added by: Gary Holly
Pvt Alford Mason Jones
Added by: J. Barry Turnage
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The Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #606 in Wichita Falls Texas, wants to thank you for your service to the cause of Southern Independence. Thank you for your service to your country.
- Gary Holly
 Added: Jan. 1, 2013
Thank You for honoring our Southland.
- Kitty Walker Lennard
 Added: Mar. 19, 2010
Gone but not forgotten...with honor
- J. Barry Turnage
 Added: Feb. 12, 2009

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