Thomas L Rogers Sr

M, b. 1853
     Thomas was born in 1853 at Mitchell, Georgia, United States. He married Josephine Ann Whitley, on 18 August 1874 at Mitchell, Georgia, United States.1

Child of Thomas L Rogers Sr and Josephine Ann Whitley

Citations

  1. [S273] Tara Renee Barrett, "William Manning Sullivan (1828-1883) and Decendants."

Josephine Ann Whitley

F, b. 1855
     Josephine was born in 1855 at Stewart, Georgia, United States. She married Thomas L Rogers Sr, on 18 August 1874 at Mitchell, Georgia, United States.1

Child of Josephine Ann Whitley and Thomas L Rogers Sr

Citations

  1. [S273] Tara Renee Barrett, "William Manning Sullivan (1828-1883) and Decendants."

Antoíin Hrbolka

M
     He married Albina Medunova.1

Citations

  1. [S277] Stanislav Burval to Joseph T. Burval Letters dated 1998, from Foerstreova 5, Olomouc 77900 Czech Republic, e-mail e-mail address.

Albina Medunova

F
     She married Antoíin Hrbolka.1

Citations

  1. [S277] Stanislav Burval to Joseph T. Burval Letters dated 1998, from Foerstreova 5, Olomouc 77900 Czech Republic, e-mail e-mail address.

Vera Buřvalová1

F, b. 11 April 1952, d. 27 June 1986
     Vera was born on 11 April 1952 at Czechoslovakia. She was the daughter of Stanislav Buřval and Věra Emilie Hrbolková. Vera died on 27 June 1986 at Czechoslovakia at age 34.

Citations

  1. [S277] Stanislav Burval to Joseph T. Burval Letters dated 1998, from Foerstreova 5, Olomouc 77900 Czech Republic, e-mail e-mail address.

Mary Ann E. Donaldson1

F, b. 22 February 1849, d. circa 1883
     Mary was born on 22 February 1849 at Hacoda, Coffee, Alabama, United States.2 She was the daughter of Joseph S. Donaldson and Nancy K. Beard. She married Richard Ford Jackson, circa 1871 at Alabama, United States. Mary died circa 1883.
     Biography of Mary Ann E. Donaldson:
"Mary Ann Donaldson married a man by the name of Ford Jackson. No one seems to know where or how she met him but he was an escaped convict from the state fo Georgia, who had killed his brother-in-law. They had some children but no one now seems to know how many, or where Aunt Mary Ann died. After her death, he lived a while close to where Kinston, Alabama, is now. At the time it was called Cross Trails. A man by the name of Joel Adams found out that Ford Jackson was an escaped prisoner, and wrote to the state of Georgia and wanted to know what they would give for him. Ford Jackson pulled up and move to Florida. At the time, Florida had no extradition law. He lived out the remainder of his life in Florida, and was Sherrif of the county that he lived in (Madison) for two terms. Ford Jackson had three boys that went in the Army during the Spanish American war and served in the Phillipine Islands. One died of Cholora and the other two came back to the United States but stayed in California." [1971 Notes on the DONALDSON Family by Thomas L. Donaldson, Montgomery, Alabama with notes in ( ) by Betty Donaldson Reed]

Children of Mary Ann E. Donaldson and Richard Ford Jackson

Citations

  1. [S280] Elizabeth Donaldson Reed, "Donaldson Family Records."
  2. [S278] Josephus Donaldson Family Bible. Donaldson Bible.

Joseph S. Donaldson

M, b. 24 October 1820, d. 16 March 1891
     Joseph was born on 24 October 1820 at Alabama, United States.1 He married Nancy K. Beard, on 25 March 1841. Joseph died on 16 March 1891 at age 70. His body was buried at Cool Springs Cemetery, Covington, Alabama, United States.
     Biography of Joseph S. Donaldson:
"Joseph S. Donaldson was only about five years old when his family moved from Fairmount (Robeson County) North Carolina, to Alabama and settled in Coffee County, close to where Elba is now. And they took up land and married and went their separate ways leaving a lot of Donaldson's all over the State. His father was a preacher and used to preach at a place (a church) in Coffee County called Possum Trot." [1971 Notes on the DONALDSON Family by Thomas L. Donaldson, Montgomery, Alabama with notes in ( ) by Betty Donaldson Reed]

Children of Joseph S. Donaldson and Nancy K. Beard

Citations

  1. [S280] Elizabeth Donaldson Reed, "Donaldson Family Records."

Nancy K. Beard

F, b. 4 June 1825
     Nancy was born on 4 June 1825 at Georgia, United States.1 She married Joseph S. Donaldson, on 25 March 1841.

Children of Nancy K. Beard and Joseph S. Donaldson

Citations

  1. [S280] Elizabeth Donaldson Reed, "Donaldson Family Records."

Adolphus C. Donaldson1

M, b. 22 December 1841, d. 8 October 1862
     Adolphus was born on 22 December 1841 at Hacoda, Coffee, Alabama, United States. He was the son of Joseph S. Donaldson and Nancy K. Beard. Adolphus died on 8 October 1862 at Battle of Perryville, Perryville, Boyle, Kentucky, United States, at age 20.
     Biography of Adolphus C. Donaldson:
"Adolphus C. Donaldson was killed while in the service, but no one seems to know where or what year or anything about the circumstances. (Served as Cpl. Co. A, 33rd Ala Inf. Reg. d. 18 Mar 1864 (Ala. State Archives & hist.)" [1971 Notes on the DONALDSON Family by Thomas L. Donaldson, Montgomery, Alabama with notes in ( ) by Betty Donaldson Reed]


Muster Roll Records of Company A, 33rd Alabama Infantry indicate that Adolphus C. Donaldson was killed at the Battle of Perryville on October 8, 1862. Official records indicate 845 Union and 510 Confederate Soldiers died at Perryville. Many Confederate dead were buried in a mass grave on land owned by Henry P. Bottom, a southern secessionist on whose farm a significant portion of the battle was fought. Adolphus C. Donaldson is likely buried there. In 1902, a Confederate monument was dedicated to that Confederate Cemetery on Bottom land. In 1954 the site became established as the Perryville State Battlefield Site with museum and visitors center.

Citations

  1. [S280] Elizabeth Donaldson Reed, "Donaldson Family Records."

Jessie R. Donaldson1

M, b. 15 July 1843, d. circa 1868
     Jessie was born on 15 July 1843 at Hacoda, Coffee, Alabama, United States. He was the son of Joseph S. Donaldson and Nancy K. Beard. He married Catherine Pollard, on 14 January 1895.1 Jessie died circa 1868 at Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama, United States.
     Biography of Jessie R. Donaldson:
"Jessie Donaldson died after he was discharged from the Army some where in Alabama ( According to Alvin Latner, Jessie R. died in Montgomery) (Pvt. Co. A. 33rd. Ala. Inf. Reg. Widow Catherine (Ala. St. Arch. & Hist.)" [1971 Notes on the DONALDSON Family by Thomas L. Donaldson, Montgomery, Alabama with notes in ( ) by Betty Donaldson Reed]

Muster Roll records of Company A, 33rd Alabama Infantry indicate, Jesse Donaldson continued to serve in Company A following his brother Aldophus’s death, until his capture 22 July 1864 near Atlanta by Union soldiers, and imprisonment at Camp Chase, Ohio. He was paroled from Camp Chase 2 March 1865 at the end of the war.

Citations

  1. [S280] Elizabeth Donaldson Reed, "Donaldson Family Records."

James D. Donaldson1

M, b. 22 February 1845, d. 22 July 1912
     James was born on 22 February 1845 at Hacoda, Coffee, Alabama, United States. He was the son of Joseph S. Donaldson and Nancy K. Beard. He married Dicie Ficklin, daughter of Joseph Ficklin. James died on 22 July 1912 at Chickasha, Grady, Oklahoma, United States, at age 67. He was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery, Chickasha, Grady, Oklahoma, United States.
     Biography of James D. Donaldson:
"James D. Donaldson came home on leave from the Confederate army during the time of the Union held Pensacola, Florida, and didn't
return to the Confederate Army. The woods were full of people called runners, and they could get you in the Union Army at Pensacola and all you would have to do would be put on guard duty, and you wouldn't have to fight against your own people. He joined them and stayed at Pensacola until the war was over. He married after discharge, to one of Joe Ficklin's daughters and they all decided to move to Texas, and he went with them. It took nine months by wagon train for them to reach the settlement close to Dallas, the town they settled at for a while is no longer in existence. He was in the Oklahoma Territory in 1889 when they opened up the Cherokee Strip for Homesteading and made that run. He came back to Alabama in 1901, and stayed a few years to establish the fact that he had been a member of the Union Army so that he could draw a pension. Then returned to Oklahoma and married again. He died in Chicksha,
Oklahoma in 1912. None of his children ever came to Alabama, and no knows very much about them. They were:

Colby Donaldson

Benjamin Donaldson

Joseph Donaldson

James Donaldson

Maggie Donaldson"

[1971 Notes on the DONALDSON Family by Thomas L. Donaldson, Montgomery, Alabama with notes in ( ) by Betty Donaldson Reed].

Citations

  1. [S280] Elizabeth Donaldson Reed, "Donaldson Family Records."

Joseph William Donaldson1

M, b. 16 April 1847, d. 24 December 1889
     Joseph was born on 16 April 1847 at Hacoda, Coffee, Alabama, United States. He was the son of Joseph S. Donaldson and Nancy K. Beard. He married Arametta Darby.1 Joseph died on 24 December 1889 at age 42.
     Biography of Joseph William Donaldson:
"Joseph William (Billie).Donaldson - died in Alabama, close to Opp, Alabama around 1891 or maybe later. His children were
Jessie Donaldson
Wilton 'Donaldson
Furman Donaldson
Willie Donaldson ( a daughter and at present the only member
of that family living. ( Billie married Arametta Darby, they lost their first three children. He was a ____ by trade, and served as Justice of the Peace)" [1971 Notes on the DONALDSON Family by Thomas L. Donaldson, Montgomery, Alabama with notes in ( ) by Betty Donaldson Reed].

Children of Joseph William Donaldson and Arametta Darby

Citations

  1. [S280] Elizabeth Donaldson Reed, "Donaldson Family Records."

Martha A. Donaldson1

F, b. 17 November 1851, d. 29 November 1904
     Martha was born on 17 November 1851 at Hacoda, Coffee, Alabama, United States. She was the daughter of Joseph S. Donaldson and Nancy K. Beard. She married A. J. Taylor.1 Martha died on 29 November 1904 at age 53.
     Biography of Martha A. Donaldson:
"Martha M. Donaldson married a man by the name of Taylor,
his first name is lost to me, but I know they had two boys, John Frank. I don't ever recall ever hearing anyone speak of any other. They moved to the State of Arkansas for some reason or other and he died with the fever while they lived there, the place is not known to me. She sold what she had and moved back to Alabama. Her father
was still living, but her mother had died, so she kept house for her father until he died. (She later married a Mr. Hubbard and had one son, Thomas Edmund, who had a mercantile in Opp, Ala. His wife
Gypsie, has been instrumental, in gathering information for Betty Reed)" [1971 Notes on the DONALDSON Family by Thomas L. Donaldson, Montgomery, Alabama with notes in ( ) by Betty Donaldson Reed].

Children of Martha A. Donaldson and A. J. Taylor

Children of Martha A. Donaldson and Jack Hubbard

Citations

  1. [S280] Elizabeth Donaldson Reed, "Donaldson Family Records."