Thomas Carson McDonald

Thomas Carson McDonald

Birth
Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama, USA
Death 10 Apr 1923 (aged 68)
Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA
Burial Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA
Plot Block 15, Lot 49
Memorial ID 121991586 · View Source
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THOMAS CARSON McDONALD, of Birmingham, Ala., was born Nov. 2, 1854, at Greensboro, Ala., and is the son of William Jackson and Cynthia Ann (Madison) McDonald, and the grandson of William Jackson and Betsy (Perlcins) McDonald, and of Peyton and Hannah (Webster) Madison. All the parties were residents of Greensboro. Ala. The elder William J. McDonald was brought when an infant by his parents from Edinboro, Scotland, to Virginia. In 1812 he settled in St. Stephens. Ala. Peyton Madison came with his parents from England to Nova Scotia, thence to Virginia, where he married and moved to Greene county, Ala., after the close of the Creek War of 1813. William J. McDonald. Jr., was a Confederate soldier, serving first at Fort Morgan, afterwards in the Army of Northern Virginia. He lived at Greensboro until 1871, when he moved to Birminghnm. Thomas C. McDonald received all his education from the schools of Greensboro. He is a Democrat and a Baptist. He was married Jan. 20, 1881, in Sumter county. Ala., to Annie Brackett, the daughter of James B. and Elizabeth Ann (Rranch) Isbell, of Sumter county, Ala.

(Alabama official and statistical register By Alabama. Dept. of Archives and History, Legislative Separtment, page 119)


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  • Created by: Linda Angle Harris
  • Added: 21 Dec 2013
  • Find a Grave Memorial 121991586
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Thomas Carson McDonald (2 Nov 1854–10 Apr 1923), Find a Grave Memorial no. 121991586, citing Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA ; Maintained by Linda Angle Harris (contributor 47320143) .