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Chilton County, Alabama Cemeteries Page
Maple Springs Baptist Church Cemetery Clanton, Chilton County, AL
CRUMPLER, Berry Mitchell November 13, 1894 July 06, 1959 Dennis, Lucinda
Coffee County, Alabama Marriages
Crumpler, J. D. Crumpler, Josephine 10-Oct-1885 by B. M. Stevens, Probate Judge pg 219
Crumpler, Johnson Weeks, Harriet 04-Nov-1877 by G. W. Flournoy, Monister pg 01
Paschal, J. F. Crumpler, M. F. 24-Dec-1885 by J. F. DeBardelabon pg 235
LOCATED ON HIGHWAY 684 SYCAMORE CHURCH ROAD, ACROSS FROM SYCAMORE
BAPTIST CHURCH. THERE ARE 9 COVERED BUT UNMARKED GRAVES IN THIS CEMETERY.
Additional information provided by Ganielle Riddick and Lois Daughtrey.
Charlie Dillard Crumpler Maggie Daughtrey Crumpler
LOCATED ON HIGHWAY 635, BLACK CREEK ROAD, 1/4 MILE FROM HIGHWAY 620, IN
SOUTHAMPTON CO., VA.
CLIFTON JOYNER FELTS
12-05-1921 WW II
SGT, CO. B, 269 ENGINEER BN, BSM-PH
BENJAMIN F. FELTS DORINDA A. FELTS
1836 - 1911 1836 - 1917
WILLIAM THOMAS FELTS NANNIE OTELIA [CRUMPLER] FELTS
1866 - 1950 1863 - 1916
Dade County, Florida - 1917-18 Civilian Draft Registration (A - F)
BIRTH INFORMATION: RESIDENTS OF THIS COUNTY IN 1917-18
AND PERSONS WITH LINKS TO THIS COUNTY
Crumpler, Joe Edward birth:29 Jan 1887 race:W birthplace:Macon GA
location of registration:Dade FL
Walton County Voters in 1st Florida Election, 1845
Florida Voters List in the 1st Statewide Election, Monday, May 26, 1845.
These records are significant for genealogical reasons because the individual
named actually resided in the county in which he was registered to vote, and
he not only had to own land there, he had to demonstrate that it had been his
"place of permanent abode" for at least the six months preceeding the
election in which he offered to vote, and that he also had resided within the
Territory and State of Florida for the two years immediately prior to the
election of Monday, 26 May 1845. Also, only free white citizens of 21 years
of age and older could vote, and able-bodied men under age 45 were obliged to
become members of the State Militia before voting, and those who were
exempted were generally exempted because they were over the age of required
service of 45 & under, or because of some physical disability or "bodily
defect". In some cases the rolls indicate which.
As usual with old records, some spelling mistakes were made, and doubtful
readings occur because of illegible handwriting or poor condition of the
original documents. These are indicated with varying combinations of brackets
or parentheses and question marks, and for the researchers who desire their
own interpretation, they are referred to the original documents constituting
Record Group 156, Series 486, Florida State Archives, R. A. Gray Building,
Tallahassee, FL 32301.
Information Symbols Used:
(#) = Exempt from militia service (reason, if given).
(+) = Qualifications challenged, but sworn to & vote allowed.
(-) = Qualifications challenged, offer to vote rejected - (reason, if given).
(*) = Qualifications challenged, but no indication of disposition of the
JP = Justice of the Peace;
MG = Minister of the Gospel;
PM = Postmaster;
SP = Sworn to and Protested (meaning is unclear)
Walton County, Florida's eighth, was established on 29 December 1824. It
was named for George Walton, Andrew Jackson's Secretary of the Territory of
West Florida and later of the united territory through 1826. Allen Morris
reports that it was Walton's daughter, Octavia, who suggested the name
Tallahassee for the new capital. The seat of Walton County is DeFuniak
STEPHEN TURNER'S HOUSE
Thos. H. Yarborough
Thos. R. Besher
MUSTER ROLE OF COMPANY I, 18th REGIMENT
GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA
DOOLY COUNTY, GEORGIA
"DOOLY LIGHT INFANTRY"
Crumpler, James C. - Private June 22, 1861. Wounded at 2d Manassas, Va. Aug. 30, 1862.
Captured and paroled at Warren-ton, Va. Sept. 29, 1862. Roll dated Jan. 31, 1865, last on file,
shows him absent without leave. No later record.
Crumpler, John - Private June 22, 1861. Discharged on account of typhoid pneumonia at
Goldsboro, N. C. Dec. 9, 1861.
12. Nancy Paralee7 Gladney (Samuel L.6, James M.5, Samuel4, Richard3, William2, Richard1)
was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married William Crumpler Unknown.
Children of Nancy Gladney and William Crumpler are:
52 i. John8 Crumpler, born Unknown; died Unknown.
53 ii. Samuel Crumpler, born Unknown; died Unknown.
54 iii. Nancy Crumpler, born Unknown; died Unknown.
55 iv. Joseph Crumpler, born Unknown; died Unknown.
56 v. Albert Crumpler, born Unknown; died Unknown.
57 vi. Lee Crumpler, born Unknown; died Unknown.
58 vii. Frank Crumpler, born Unknown; died Unknown.
59 viii. Mark Gladney Crumpler, born Unknown; died Unknown.