Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2005 21:47:47 -0800 (PST)
Here is a Long Long Shot!!!!
Manuel Jackson b:abt 1843 in Georgia migrated to
Marianna Jackson county Florida in early to mid 1860's
married my paternal GGrandMother Hannah maiden name unk.
Manuel Jackson died between 1865 and 1880 in unknown.
Anthony S. Holly
We are researching mulatto families in Covington County, Alabama. We
have a special interest in the Pea Ridge Community of the Conecuh
River Township in Covington and Conecuh Counties, Alabama. These
areas had a large percentage of mulatto slaves prior to the Civil War.
After slavery, these people settled together and married.
We descend from the JACKSON surname. Many of our descendants lived in
Covington and nearby counties before the Civil War. After the Civil
War most Jackson's continued to live in Covington well into the
late 1930's. Our search also extends to Escambia and Oskaloosa
counties in Florida, where many residents from Covington traveled in
search of employment, while others went to Ohio.
We would love to correspond with others that are researching mulatto
families from these areas with the surnames below.
Thank you in advance for your invaluable help with our family quest.
JACKSON, Beasley, Blount Bradley, Briggs, Brooks. Cameron, Culliver,
Daniels, Dees, Feagin, Hart, Henderson, Hewlett, Lewis, Marshall,
McBryde, Robinson, Vaughn, Wilson, Wood