1900 Census * Violet Radford

January 11, 2008 at 6:16 am 1 comment

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Source: 1900 Census, Columbiana (Shelby County).

Violet Radford, b. 1840, B
Sallie Radford, b. 1880, B, Daughter
Carrie Radford, b. 1885, B, Daughter
Willie Radford, b. 1893, B, Grandson

Additional Sources:

AL Gen Web:Shelby County, Alabama- http://www.rootsweb.com/~alshelby/shelby1.html
City of Columbiana, Alabamahttp://www.cityofcolumbiana.com/
Tracking Your Roots: Shelby County, Alabamahttp://www.trackingyourroots.com/shelby.htm

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  • 1. Helen Love- Harding  |  February 26, 2008 at 9:13 pm

    I ran across your posting on the web about the Radford family, there were menbers of my family living with them on the 1880 census, Hettie, 7 yrs old, Martha 6 yrs old, (she was a twin but her twin Mary passed in infancy), Silas and Paul 10 yrs old twins, there were other children bu t I am not sure if they were Coleman’s or not. I believe that Hettie was my ggrandmother but changed her name to Blanch later on. thier mother passed away while Blanch was a small girl. her father was Henry Coleman but he would’ve been born long before 1895. please respond, and thank you

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