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Scott A. Martin (#47250214)
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Bio Photo I have been researching my family tree since the early 1980's. My genealogical research is concentrated primarily on the descendants of James Maynard Massey & Mary Nations Massey, Thomas Lee Bailey & Elizabeth Lindsey Bailey, Rev. Robert Bailey & Mary "Pollie" Acton, Benjamin Johnson & Lucretia Thomas Johnson, Absalom Martin & Clara McCary Martin, Westly Collum and Elizabeth Cook Collum, Richard James Scoggins (of Blount & Lawrence Counties AL) and too many more to mention.

I also research destroyed/relocated cemeteries of Jefferson and Shelby Counties, AL.

I am a former president and current member of the Birmingham Genealogical Society, former president and current member of the Family and Friends of Union Hill Cemetery, current director of Patton's Chapel Cemetery, former president and charter member of the Cahaba-Coosa Chapter, ALSSAR, charter member of the Gardendale Historical Society, third vice-president of the Shelby County Historical Society and second vice-president of the Alabama Cemetery Preservation Alliance.

If you use my pictures, either of tombstones or my relatives, please state "Picture courtesy of Scott A. Martin."

Thanks!
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Kay Baldwin
RE: your Johnson Family Interest
I discovered the following Find A Grave memorial today and noted you as being in charge of it now.

Rachel Johnson
Birth: Feb. 16, 1833
Alabama, USA
Death: Feb. 22, 1904
Arkansas, USA


Family links:
Parents:
Benjamin Johnson (1810 - 1885)
Lucretia Thomas Johnson (1812 - 1880)

Spouse:
William Craig (1826 - 1902)

Siblings:
Rachel Johnson Craig (1833 - 1904)
Elizabeth Johnson Gautney (1841 - 1918)*
Caroline C. Johnson King (1842 - 1927)*
Pamelia Catherine Johnson Parris (1850 - 1928)*
John A. Johnson (1853 - 1916)*
Isaac Johnson (1856 - 1924)*

*Calculated relationship

Note: Wife of William Craig

Burial:
Pilot Prairie Cemetery
Waldron
Scott County
Arkansas, USA

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Maintained by: Scott A. Martin
Originally Created by: Andrea Maloney
Record added: Feb 16, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24673239

Do you know if or have any supportive evidence that Rachel had an older sister named Missouri? If the deductions I've made with the info. I have are correct, Rachel has an older sister MISSOURI who married a James Craig (possibly a brother or relative to William Craig) also in Marshall Co. Alabama. I am a direct descendant from James Craig and his first wife MISSOURI (who I assume died in childbirth) while living in Alabama before moving to Arkansas. My Craig family moved to Sebastian Co., AR. This Craig & Johnson family are road blocks for me going any farther back in this genealogical line! My mother was a Craig. If you have any more info on the Johnson or Craig lines, I'd certainly appreciate hearing from you!!

Kay L. Fox Baldwin
investigating my southern families!!
Added by Kay Baldwin on Jul 08, 2017 5:37 PM
Sonya Twitty
Milton Martin and Mary Marcum Martin
They are my great grandparents. George cox was not his farther and the lady you have listed as his mother was his sister who was married to George cox. Rumor has she had a son out of wedlock and names him Milton. Milton is a very popular name in this family line. Milton a d Mary's first grandchild was named Milton also

I am looking for information on mary marcum of possibly a picture


Thank you
Sonya Martin Twitty
Added by Sonya Twitty on Apr 24, 2017 8:14 PM
Amy Beam
RE: Bailey
No I don't have proof. Daniel's son was named William Henderson Bailey. That's a good indication they were somehow related. Here's where I got information on Daniel's wife.

http://emanuel-sellers-james-morris.blogspot.com/2007_12_01_archive.html

You have to scroll down to the middle to a picture of Martha Watkins and Acton with their two sons and a baby carriage.
Added by Amy Beam on Feb 21, 2017 2:17 PM
Amy Beam
Bailey
I am a descendant of Robert Bailey, Daniel's brother. Do you have any more info on Daniel? I have an ancestry dna match with someone that probably is related to the brother's side. There's generations missing though between them and her grandmother.
Added by Amy Beam on Feb 16, 2017 1:23 PM
VIRGINIA L.collum
RE: Collum Family
Wow I'm sorry I'm 5 yrs late on answering you..I've heard my uncle's speak of them ..and I don't have any pics but I will check with my family and see what we can find.
Added by VIRGINIA L.collum on Feb 11, 2017 4:24 PM
cahfreitas
Solomon Massengale
Scott,
I was pleased to find your recent addition of Solomon Massengale, Rev War Patriot to FindaGrave. He is my 4th great grandfather. Is there a photo of his headstone? I can see from your credentials that you are very involved in family history and appreciate your extensive service. I will put in a request for that photo.
My mother was a Southerner from Gadsden and attended Montevallo College for a year. Living in Colorado, I do not get back to Alabama as much as I would like. Again, thanks for all you do. I am hoping to find enough info, perhaps on Solomon to apply for DAR membership, having at least 4 relatives through whom I coumay be able to trace my connection to Revolutionary War Patriots. If you have suggestions let me know. I hope we of this generation can continue to preserve those freedoms these patriots so valiently fought for.
Carol Hays Freitas freitasonthefly@gmail.com
Added by cahfreitas on Oct 15, 2016 9:57 PM
Saundra Roebuck-Adamiak
RE: Roebuck Farmily Cemetary
That is where I first saw them and now they are grown over and cannot locate and yes the other grave about a mile down the road we did see for the first time because I had not been told about that cemetery. Thanks for any information you can find. I would love to clean up the cemetery if I could find it again.
Added by Saundra Roebuck-Adamiak on Sep 27, 2016 9:12 AM
Saundra Roebuck-Adamiak
Roebuck Farmily Cemetary
I have been trying to locate the Roebuck Family Cemetery which you referenced in 143977803. Welch Roebuck had led me to them before he passed into eternity. I had made reference using telephone box, etc. but those must have been placed in other locations. The area is grown over and I was unable to locate them after searching for several days. It is located off US 82 in Maplesville, al. There is another grave I found at that time around the curve of the road on the other side. It was of Amanda A. Roebuck b. 9-20-1839 d. 12-11/1866 . I put a fence around this. I would like to find and restore these graves. Do you have any suggestions? These are my gggrandparents. Thanks.
Added by Saundra Roebuck-Adamiak on Sep 21, 2016 8:01 AM
Karen Manasco
John E. Hooker / Hillard Cemetery
Walker County, AL...are you related to the Hookers?
Added by Karen Manasco on Jul 17, 2016 3:12 PM
Karin Rock
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 137237149
Done :)
Added by Karin Rock on Jun 17, 2016 12:39 PM
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