4. Sonya is seeking information on her family, let me know if you can help.
Her great grandparents, David and Ellen Jones Robinson were married in Madison county Dec. 16, 1910. Source Film Number: 959777. Ellen was born Dec. 6, 1891 in Madison. Died July 21, 1970 in Green Cove Springs, Fl. David was born May 10, 1890 in Madison. Died May 1966 in Green Cove Springs, Fl. David and Ellen moved to Green Cove in 1914. Davids parents lived in Madison. Pizell Robinson and Mary Ambrose Robinson. Mary is on the 1920 fed. census in Green Cove showing her age is 48 years old. She is married, living with her son David and his wife Ellen and their 4 Kids; Pizell, David II, Martha and Bertha. Martha Robinson Jones was born in Madison Dec. 22, 1912. She died in Green Cove Springs, June 9, 1985. David Robinson II may have been born in Madison around 1913/1914. David Robinson shows up in Green Cove Springs on his 1918 Draft Registration card with his wife and 4 kids. Some or all of their kids (4) born in Madison County. Martha Renfree, David II, Bertha Lee , born May 5, 1916, Pizell born March, 1917 in that order. David Sr.'s draft card shows him in Green Cove Springs, Florida in 1918. David's parents are Pizell and Mary Ambrose Robinson, both are buried in Green Cove Springs, Florida. Mary , born abt 1871 is on the GCS census in 1920 living with David and Ellen. Ellen's parents are Arthur and Mary Jones. Bertha and her mom Ellen spoke of being mixed with Indian blood. We're African American. Skin tone is dark, not too, too dark. Women had long straight hair. Send any input to MCGenealogySociety@live.com
5. John Page is looking for some of his relatives. Specifically he is looking for families in the Madison area with the last names, Goodman, Willis, Wynn, Kirkland, and Popwell (later changed to Poppell). James Lemuel Kirkland married Ann Popwell. His grand mother was Edrit Vernese Goodman and her Mother was Emma (Willis) Goodman and father was William H Goodman. Emma Willis: Father was William Thomas Willis. Mother was Amelia Missouri Wynn. Amelia M Wynn: Father was John J. Wynn. Mother was Winnefred M Kirkland. Winnefred M Kirkland: Father James Lemuel Kirkland. Mother was Ann Popwell (Changed at some point to Poppell). All of them were from Madison county. His family first settled here in 1809 from Georgia. Most of them are buried in and around Madison and Taylor counties.
If you can help John, please let us know at MCGenealogySociety@live.com. We have learned that We have taken a quick look at some of our stuff and have found that William H. Goodman did purchase and sell land in Madison. We located both he and his wife, Emma in the Evergreen cemetery in Greenville, Madison. Also located there were Emma’s parents William Thomas Willis and Amelia Missouri, both buried in Evergreen cemetery in Greenville. At this time we have no obituaries for those you mentioned and have found no other data, except that James Lemuel Kirkland did own land north of the city of Madison in Madison County.
6. Elaine Goodall is seeking to find a book that contains an 1860 marriage record of Mary Elizabeth Rossetter to James Wyche of Cherry Lake and hopes that it will contain information on the marriages of Elizabeth's sisters, Sophia and Fanny. If you have any information to help her, please e-mail us at MCGenealogySociety@live.com.
7. Peggy Scott Parker is seeking information on Andrew J. Williams who married Mary Jane Cruce in 1860. Chilren of them were: Owen, b. 1860; Lafayette, b. 1862; Chris C., b. 1864; H. Reed, b. 1869; Evy, 1875. Dates are about when born except Evy. She found a census showing Andrew and children from an earlier marriage and very little else. He came from South Carolina and was 34 years old; his daughter, Josephine lived next door with her husband, James Montgomery. A later census shows them living in Monticello. She is mostly interested in learning about the second family. If you can help her please let us know at MCGenealogySociety@live.com
8. Chuck Collins is seeking information on his wife's family. Ella Armstrong apparently married a gentleman by the name of Herbert, but he does not know Herbert's last name. Ella lived with Herbert in Madison until they got divorced. She then moved to Atlanta and stayed with Shadie and George while he was in school. She served as a nanny for a Dr. Abbott. She then moved back to Madison and lived next to "Uncle Angus and Aunt Marie" in a house owned by Uncle Angus. She died in 1971 in Alachua, FL. If you can help Chuck, please let us know at MCGenealogySociety@live.com
RESPONSE: Ella Armstrong married Herbert C. Harper (born 16 Oct 1878 in SC) in Madison, Florida on 31 March 1937 (Book 11, page 8--now posted on our website). They were divorced in Madison county in 1946.
9. Tim Ladd has asked the following: Would anyone know where the grave of Confederate Colonel John Carraway Smith is located? He was born in South Carolina in 1819. He married Sarah T. Bellamy in Madison on 15 Dec 1848. He died either 22 July 1868 or 29 Jul 1868. If you can help Tim, please let us know at MCGenealogySociety@live.com
10. Jim Newsome asked the following: Is there a list of fever deaths in Madison County, 1887-1888? He is trying to find Julia Jackson Buckhalt who he believes may be buried in an unmarked grave in the Hickory Grove Cemetery. If you can help Jim, please let us know at MCGenealogySociety@live.com