Saturday, April 9, 2011

Slaveowner estate inventory listing Harriet (a.k.a. Hattie) Newberry

Above is the slave inventory record from John Barlow's estate (died 3 Aug 1852 in Dallas County Alabama). In the red box, you will find Harriet (a.k.a. Hattie). Harriet is listed with her family. Father Jerry...Mother Jane...Siblings Henry, Alfred, and Willie. Harriet was willed to John Barlow's deceased daughter's (Elizabeth Barlow Newberry) children. Since Elizabeth's children were living with their dad (Henry Newberry), Henry would take Harriet and they would later move to Saltillo MS around 1853-1855. Henry was found living in Saltillo MS (per the 1860 Federal Census) Itawamba County at the time (now Lee County).

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Granny and my aunties


L to R: Genise Washington Mitchell, Frances Tyus-Pippin Washington (mother Willie B Macon), and Geneva Washington Walker

Monday, September 6, 2010

Hattie Newberry and her children



Junie Newberry my 2nd Great Grandmother
I have 1835 as the date for Hattie Newberry being born. I have reason to believe that she was born in 1840.

George and Junie Macon and their children




Willie B Macon my Great Grandmother

Sunday, September 5, 2010

George Macon


Born March 15, 1872, died July 1, 1966
My 2nd Great Grandfather

Marriage Certificate for George and Junie (Newberry) Macon




You will notice Grandpa George signed his name with a "X". Meaning he couldn't write his name. George was 21 and Junie was 18. The certificate was signed June 23, 1894.

Death Certificates for George and Junie (Newberry) Macon





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Palm Bay, Florida, United States
Genealogy has been my hobby for several years now. I hope to find all ancestors and lost extended family members.