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Bill Magnus (#46830423)
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Michelle Parsons Randall
RE: James Luther Gaddis
Bill, I am sorry if I got wrong info. I found this info at Hueytown Historical Society's

Cemeteries

of

western Jefferson County, Alabama,
southeastern Walker County, Alabama
and
northeastern Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

Please check this site out. I am sure David will fix this to be right. I am also going to transfer both to you.

Michelle
Added by Michelle Parsons Randall on Mar 09, 2014 9:21 AM
Barbara
Wehunt & Gaddis
Found another short version of the story in a Louisiana paper and thought you might appreciate it -- (my cousins told me in younger years of visiting to stay on this side of the creek when trekking the woods at the family home in west-central GA/I live in the "woods" of Mississippi now)

The Colfax Chronicle., February 26, 1916, Grant Parish, Louisiana
Three Men Drowned in Well of Sour Mash.
Dallonega, Ga., Feb. 24. Jack and Homer Wehunt and Charles Gaddis were drowned yesterday in an old well into which federal revenue officers, after destroying an illicit still, had dumped a quantity of sour mash from which whiskey is made. The three men fell into the well some time last night, it was said, while they were trying to dip up some of the liquid
Added by Barbara on Apr 01, 2013 5:39 AM
Kittye Williams-Stuart
Ella Underwood
Bill,
Just found Ella's Memorial put up by Patricia Mechling in Fairview Cemetery. I have uploaded my photo of her tombstone.

Kittye
Added by Kittye Williams-Stuart on Oct 24, 2008 1:47 AM
Kittye Williams-Stuart
Ella Underwood
Hi Bill,
Wow, John reminds me of one of my Campbell ancestors. Makes you wonder why they up and left their wives and children only to settle down and start another family elsewhere, doesn't it?

I don't think I have any kinfolk in Ga. My g-g-grandfather was actually born a Van Ness in Albany, New York and changed his name to Williams after discharge from Union Army in Arkansas. Have you tried running your Jeff Williams through familysearch.com or ancestry.com? Might also wanna check the local county US Gen Web Project website for information about him. Sorry I can't be of more assistance with Jeff. If I run across anything, I'll send it your way.

Have a great day!
Kittye
Added by Kittye Williams-Stuart on Oct 24, 2008 1:12 AM
Kittye Williams-Stuart
John Underwood
Mr. Mangus,
You are quite welcome. I also have photos of Ella Underwood who is buried right next to John. If you would like them, just let me know.

Have a great day!
Kittye
Added by Kittye Williams-Stuart on Oct 22, 2008 11:29 PM
 

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