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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Isaiah Alpha Lee

They came from N.C. to Talladega Ala. and bought land in Talladega in 1837. They also bought land in Bibb Co. Ala. in 1839.

I.Alpha Lee’s name has been mis-interpreted as Jalpha Lee.
LEE, JALPHA
AL Talladega 10/10/1839 Mardisville 4626 AL3060__.081 [Talladega County is to the immediate south of St. Clair County where Cato Lee received his Land Patent]
AL Talladega 10/10/1839 Mardisville 4627 AL3060__.082
LA Union 7/1/1850 Monroe 10156 LA1050__.094

He and his family moved to Rusk County, Texas.
On the 1860 Rusk County, Texas census he is listed with 12 children. They migrated on to Coryell County, Texas.

Research needed, Isaiah appears to have remarried:
1880 United States Census for E.D. 27, Coryell, Texas
Family History Library Film 1255298, NA Film Number T9-1298, Page Number 503A
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Isaac A. LEE Self M Male W 69 NC Farmer VA VA
Elizabeth LEE Wife M Female W 49 OH Keeping House KY KY
William BOIL SSon S Male W 20 TX Farm Laborer KY OH
Buttar BATCHLOR GDau S Female W 10 TX At Home GA LA
Mary BATCHLOR GDau S Female W 7 TX GA LA
Thomas J. FRANKS Other M Male W 34 LA Farm Laborer TN TN
Mary E. FRANKS Other M Female W 38 LA OH MS


John Washington Albritton

1920 Census for Union Parish, Louisiana, ED: 123 Sheet No: 245B Reel No: T625-632 Division: Police Jury Ward One SD: 5 Page No: 22A Incorporated Place: Farmerville Town Enumerated on: February 11th & 12th, 1920 by: John P. Odom
41 | FM | 312 317 | Albritton John W. | Head | O F | M W 35 M | | Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | Farmer General Farm Oa | 279
42 | FM | 312 317 | Albritton Mattie | Wife | | F W 31 M | | Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | none
43 | FM | 312 317 | Albritton Welborn | Son | | M W 13 S | | X Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | none
44 | FM | 312 317 | Albritton Taylor | Son | | M W 11 S | | X Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | none
45 | FM | 312 317 | Albritton Harmon | Son | | M W 10 S | | X Yes Yes | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | X | none
46 | FM | 312 317 | Albritton Boyd | Son | | M W 9 S | | X | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none
47 | FM | 312 317 | Albritton Irine | Daughter | | F W 7 S | | X | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none
48 | FM | 312 317 | Albritton Edward | Son | | M W 4 11/ S | | | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none
49 | FM | 312 317 | Albritton Ollie Lee | Son | | M W 2 10/ S | | | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none
50 | FM | 312 317 | Albritton Earline | Daughter | | F W 11/12 S | | | Louisiana | Louisiana | Louisiana | | none

Union Parish, Louisiana, Index to Successions 1839 - June 30, 1984
John W. Albritton (A) Tutorship Book 10 Page 506-509 Book 11, Book 12, Page 356-357, Book 13, Book 14 Page 163-165 537-538 579 -5?? P.D. 1324


Jesse Rountree Jr.

Another birth place: Ireland

Revolutionary War soldier: Enlisted in 1782 at age 17, served to the end of the war. Private, 10th Regiment, North Carolina, under Captain Evans, Company Commander.

Research needed:
1810 Federal Census for Pitt County, North Carolina
A Jesse Roundtree is listed with the following statistics:
1 male under 10 years
3 males 16 -26 years
1 male 45+ years
1 female under 10 years
2 females 10-16 years
1 female 45+ years
6 Slaves

A Moab Roundtree is also listed for 1810.

A soldier in War of 1812, sent to Beacon Island, near Wilmington.

Martha Ann Stegar
Family Bible of Mattie W. Rountree Stephenson, Rountree Family Bible
My grandmother wrote this in her journal:
"Came from Virginia with 3 brothers. He settled in Pitt Co., NC; one brother in Edgecombe Co., NC; one in GA, and the other probably in LA or KY." (Granny probably was wrong: This family tradition probably referred to Robert Rountree's 4 sons, of whom Francis likely was Jesse, Jr.'s grandfather; records show that Francis and his brother, Thomas, both lived in NC.) Pitt County Sheriff 1818-20. Led in establishing Rountree Baptist (later Christian) Church in April 1827-- donated land. Church is known as a Carolina Disciple Shrine, the first church of their faith

Research needed, no known connection:
Bibb County Georgia, Marriage Book: A 1831-1839
ROUNDTREE, William & Amelia M. Robison Apr 17, 1833


Winnifred Jenkins

Another death date: December 14, 1840.


Charles Jenkins Rountree

Charles Crossfield Ware, Rountree Chronicles 1827-1840, North Carolina Christian Missionary Convention, 1947
Prominent leader in Rountree Christian Church.


Susannah Hart

1850 U. S. Census for Pitt County, North Carolina, Population Schedule
Griffin's District 19 Sept. 1850 Page 34A
570 Roundtree, Susan H. (Hart) 53 f /3960
571 Charles J. 17 m Farmer
Page 34B
572 Susan 15 f
573 Francis 14 m
574 Benson, William 30 m Laborer