William Hood

Male, #22561, (10 Dec 1784 - 21 Aug 1858)
Birth*10 Dec 1784 William was born on 10 Dec 1784. 
Marriage*1811 He married Sallie Reeves at Wilkes Co., Georgia, in 1811.1 
Birth of Sonsay 1834 His son William Riley Hood was born say 1834. 
Death*21 Aug 1858 He died on 21 Aug 1858 at age 73. 

Family

Sallie Reeves (say 1786 - )
Child
Last Edited24 Oct 1999

Citations

  1. Church of Latter Day Saints, compiler, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Intellectual Reserve, Inc..
    http://www.familysearch.org/

Sallie Reeves

Female, #22562, (say 1786 - )
Birth*say 1786 Sallie was born say 1786. 
Marriage*1811 She married William Hood at Wilkes Co., Georgia, in 1811.1 
Married Name1811  As of 1811, her married name was Hood. 
Birth of Sonsay 1834 Her son William Riley Hood was born say 1834. 

Family

William Hood (10 Dec 1784 - 21 Aug 1858)
Child
Last Edited30 Aug 2000

Citations

  1. Church of Latter Day Saints, compiler, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Intellectual Reserve, Inc..
    http://www.familysearch.org/

William Miller

Male, #22563, (say 1811 - Sep 1875)
Birth*say 1811 William was born say 1811. 
Marriage*27 Feb 1834 He married Elizabeth Ray at Butts Co., Georgia, on 27 Feb 1834.1 
Death*Sep 1875 He died in Sep 1875. 

Family

Elizabeth Ray (1816 - 1902)
Child
Last Edited5 Aug 2000

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm

Elizabeth Ray

Female, #22564, (1816 - 1902)
Birth*1816 Elizabeth was born in 1816. 
Marriage*27 Feb 1834 She married William Miller at Butts Co., Georgia, on 27 Feb 1834.1 
Married Name27 Feb 1834  As of 27 Feb 1834, her married name was Miller. 
Death of SpouseSep 1875 Her husband William Miller died in Sep 1875. 
Death*1902 She died in 1902. 

Family

William Miller (say 1811 - Sep 1875)
Child
Last Edited9 Jul 1999

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, compiler, Georgia Marriages to 1850, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1997.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/2085a.htm

David Carlisle Clegg

Male, #22566
Father*Homer Harrington Clegg (1 Sep 1911 - 30 Oct 1987)
Mother*Audrey Rost (c 1914 - )

Family

Carol Siegel
Child
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph Co, AL: Descendant Chart
Last Edited23 Jan 2000

Thomas Scott Clegg

Male, #22567
Father*Homer Harrington Clegg (1 Sep 1911 - 30 Oct 1987)
Mother*Audrey Rost (c 1914 - )
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph Co, AL: Descendant Chart
Last Edited23 Jan 2000

Carol Siegel

Female, #22568

Family

David Carlisle Clegg
Child
Last Edited29 Aug 2000

Kelly Elizabeth Clegg

Female, #22569
Father*David Carlisle Clegg
Mother*Carol Siegel
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph Co, AL: Descendant Chart
Last Edited23 Jan 2000

James H. Clegg

Male, #22572, (9 Mar 1851 - 19 Jan 1923)
Father*James Polk Clegg (14 Sep 1818 - 24 Jan 1899)
Mother*Amanda Jane Haralson (15 Mar 1824 - 20 May 1898)
Birth*9 Mar 1851 James was born on 9 Mar 1851. 
Employment* James's occupation: Methodist min.. 
Marriage* He married Mary Elizabeth Hunter
Birth of Son5 Apr 1874 His son James Benjamin Broxton Clegg was born on 5 Apr 1874 at Randolph Co., Alabama
Birth of Sonsay 1876 His son Herndon Clegg was born say 1876. 
Death of Mother20 May 1898 His mother Amanda Jane Haralson died on 20 May 1898 at Randolph Co., Alabama
Death of Father24 Jan 1899 His father James Polk Clegg died on 24 Jan 1899 at Randolph Co., Alabama
Death*19 Jan 1923 He died on 19 Jan 1923 at age 71. 
Burial* His body was interred at Pleasant Hill Methodist Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Randolph Co., Alabama

Family

Mary Elizabeth Hunter (1851 - 1930)
Marriage* He married Mary Elizabeth Hunter
Children
Last Edited9 Jan 2000

Mary Elizabeth Hunter

Female, #22573, (1851 - 1930)
Married Name Her married name was Clegg. 
Marriage* She married James H. Clegg
Birth*1851 Mary was born in 1851. 
Birth of Son5 Apr 1874 Her son James Benjamin Broxton Clegg was born on 5 Apr 1874 at Randolph Co., Alabama
Birth of Sonsay 1876 Her son Herndon Clegg was born say 1876. 
Death of Spouse19 Jan 1923 Her husband James H. Clegg died on 19 Jan 1923. 
Death*1930 She died in 1930. 
Burial* Her body was interred at Pleasant Hill Methodist Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Randolph Co., Alabama

Family

James H. Clegg (9 Mar 1851 - 19 Jan 1923)
Marriage* She married James H. Clegg
Children
Last Edited9 Jul 1999

Ray A. Nixon Jr.

Male, #22576
Father*Ray A. Nixon (3 Mar 1902 - 15 Dec 1987)
Mother*Mildred Clegg (6 Jul 1904 - )
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph Co, AL: Descendant Chart
Last Edited23 Jan 2000

James Stuart Clegg

Male, #22577
Father*James Burie Clegg (30 Dec 1908 - 26 Jan 1990)
Mother*Leonor Burgos (c 1911 - )
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph Co, AL: Descendant Chart
Last Edited9 Jul 1999

Carol Lee Clegg

Female, #22578
Father*James Burie Clegg (30 Dec 1908 - 26 Jan 1990)
Mother*Leonor Burgos (c 1911 - )

Family

John Simpson III
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph Co, AL: Descendant Chart
Last Edited23 Jan 2000

John Simpson III

Male, #22579

Family

Carol Lee Clegg
Last Edited23 Jan 2000

M. L. (?)

Female, #22580, (circa 1863 - )
Birth*circa 1863 M. was born at Alabama circa 1863. 
Marriage* She married Timothy William Elliott
Census*1880 She was in the in 1880 census at Louina, Randolph Co., Alabama
Married Name Her married name was Elliott. 

Family

Timothy William Elliott (Feb 1860 - 1941)
Last Edited9 Jul 1999

Herndon Clegg

Male, #22581, (say 1876 - )
Father*James H. Clegg (9 Mar 1851 - 19 Jan 1923)
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Hunter (1851 - 1930)
Birth*say 1876 Herndon was born say 1876. 
Burial* His body was interred at Wadley, Randolph Co., Alabama
Biography* James Burie Clegg wrote 27 Feb 1979: Uncle Herndon was gassed on the battlefield in France during WWI and complications from it finally killed him. 
Last Edited3 Oct 2000

(?) Harris

Female, #22582
Father*John Robert Harris (24 Aug 1888 - 12 Jun 1976)
Mother*Myrtle Seymour (1900 - 1992)

Family

Ellis Hurley Pearson Jr. (5 Nov 1919 - 7 Dec 2003)
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph Co, AL: Descendant Chart
Last Edited20 Jan 2000

Myrtle Seymour

Female, #22583, (1900 - 1992)
Birth*1900 Myrtle was born in 1900. 
Marriage* She married John Robert Harris at Alabama
Death of Spouse12 Jun 1976 Her husband John Robert Harris died on 12 Jun 1976 at Wadley, Randolph Co., Alabama
Death*1992 She died at Roanoke, Randolph Co., Alabama, in 1992. 

Family

John Robert Harris (24 Aug 1888 - 12 Jun 1976)
Child
Last Edited5 Jul 2019

James Polk Clegg

Male, #22584, (14 Sep 1818 - 24 Jan 1899)
Father*John Polk Clegg (14 Oct 1792 - 30 Aug 1854)
Mother*Martha Shurd Boone (25 Jan 1801 - 9 Aug 1864)
Birth*14 Sep 1818 James was born on 14 Sep 1818. 
Employment* James's occupation: physician. 
Marriage*1846 He married Amanda Jane Haralson in 1846. 
Birth of Son9 Mar 1851 His son James H. Clegg was born on 9 Mar 1851. 
Death of Father30 Aug 1854 His father John Polk Clegg died on 30 Aug 1854 at Jefferson Co., Arkansas
Birth of Son19 Dec 1857 His son George Washington Clegg was born on 19 Dec 1857. 
Death of Mother9 Aug 1864 His mother Martha Shurd Boone died on 9 Aug 1864 at Jefferson Co., Arkansas
Death of Spouse20 May 1898 His wife Amanda Jane Haralson died on 20 May 1898 at Randolph Co., Alabama
Death*24 Jan 1899 He died at Randolph Co., Alabama, on 24 Jan 1899 at age 80. 
Burial*1899 His body was interred in 1899 at Pleasant Hill Methodist Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Randolph Co., Alabama
Biography* In a 27 Jan 1994 phone conversation, Sid Gambrell said that James Clegg was a doctor who had a degree from the Georgia Botanical College. Sid said that the state of Geogia no longer had any record of this college. "Dr. James Clegg" is the name listed on his tombstone in Pleasant Hill Methodist Cemetery which is located in TS 22, R 10 on line of Sections 4 and 9 south of Highway 77 in Randolph Co., AL. James Burie Clegg wrote 28 Aug 1979: We attended the Clegg reunion, which was held at the old Clegg place near Malone, or Flat Rock, near Wadley - for the first time in many years! I went to a reunion there about 1915, I believe. Our great granddaddy, Dr. Jim Clegg built it in 1860. Our granddad, Rev. James H. Clegg, lived there, too. He was a Methodist preacher and farmer. It's still a sturdy old house and was owned by Eunice Clegg Stephens until last year when she sold it to an insurance man Clegg, a nephew, of La Grange, along with 125 acres.
 

Family

Amanda Jane Haralson (15 Mar 1824 - 20 May 1898)
Marriage*1846 He married Amanda Jane Haralson in 1846. 
Children
Last Edited11 Oct 1999

Amanda Jane Haralson

Female, #22585, (15 Mar 1824 - 20 May 1898)
Father*Herndon Haralson (25 Dec 1796 - 25 Oct 1868)
Mother*Elizabeth Summers Patterson (1794 - 21 Aug 1868)
Birth*15 Mar 1824 Amanda was born on 15 Mar 1824. 
Marriage*1846 She married James Polk Clegg in 1846. 
Married Name1846  As of 1846, her married name was Clegg. 
Birth of Son9 Mar 1851 Her son James H. Clegg was born on 9 Mar 1851. 
Birth of Son19 Dec 1857 Her son George Washington Clegg was born on 19 Dec 1857. 
Death of Mother21 Aug 1868 Her mother Elizabeth Summers Patterson died on 21 Aug 1868 at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
Death of Father25 Oct 1868 Her father Herndon Haralson died on 25 Oct 1868 at Tallapoosa Co., Alabama.1,2 
Death*20 May 1898 She died at Randolph Co., Alabama, on 20 May 1898 at age 74. 
Burial*1898 Her body was interred in 1898 at Pleasant Hill Methodist Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Randolph Co., Alabama

Family

James Polk Clegg (14 Sep 1818 - 24 Jan 1899)
Marriage*1846 She married James Polk Clegg in 1846. 
Children
Last Edited11 Oct 1999

Citations

  1. Danny Keith Haralson, Haralson- Harrelson Family History and Lineage, Mesa, AZ: Cox Printing, 1999, 1999.
    p. 158 but 1867 per.
  2. Tap Roots.
    Vol 15 No 3 Jan 1978 p.

Keener Clegg

Male, #22586, (13 Jul 1900 - 17 Jul 1900)
Father*George Washington Clegg (19 Dec 1857 - 1 Aug 1936)
Mother*Mary Jane Green (30 Mar 1858 - 30 Jan 1908)
Birth*13 Jul 1900 Keener was born on 13 Jul 1900. 
Death*17 Jul 1900 He died on 17 Jul 1900. 
Burial* His body was interred at Pleasant Hill Methodist Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Randolph Co., Alabama
Last Edited9 Jul 1999

Mary Lula Clegg

Female, #22587, (13 Jun 1891 - 14 May 1907)
Father*George Washington Clegg (19 Dec 1857 - 1 Aug 1936)
Mother*Mary Jane Green (30 Mar 1858 - 30 Jan 1908)
Birth*13 Jun 1891 Mary was born on 13 Jun 1891. 
Death*14 May 1907 She died on 14 May 1907 at age 15. 
Burial* Her body was interred at Pleasant Hill Methodist Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Randolph Co., Alabama
Last Edited9 Jul 1999

Eunice Clegg

Female, #22588, (4 Jul 1893 - Jan 1989)
Father*George Washington Clegg (19 Dec 1857 - 1 Aug 1936)
Mother*Mary Jane Green (30 Mar 1858 - 30 Jan 1908)
Married Name Her married name was Stephens. 
Birth*4 Jul 1893 Eunice was born at Randolph Co., Alabama, on 4 Jul 1893. 
Marriage* She married Minus Stephens
Death of Mother30 Jan 1908 Her mother Mary Jane Green died on 30 Jan 1908 at Randolph Co., Alabama
Death of Father1 Aug 1936 Her father George Washington Clegg died on 1 Aug 1936 at Randolph Co., Alabama
Death of Spouse1950 Her husband Minus Stephens died in 1950. 
Death*Jan 1989 She died at Camp Hill, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, in Jan 1989 at age 95. 
Burial* Her body was interred at Pleasant Hill Methodist Cemetery, Pleasant Hill, Randolph Co., Alabama
Biography* The following is from the Roanoke Leader 27 Feb 1980: Flowers for the Living MRS. EUNICE CLEGG STEPHENS Mrs. Eunice Clegg Stephens, affectionately known by all of Wadley as "Miss Eunice," has been named as the recipient of the "Flowers for the Living" for the month of February. "Miss Eunice" was presented a cut arrangement of dutch iris, white daisies, and red pixie carnations with gyp by Rand Florist on Monday, February 25. She is shown in the photo receiving the flowers. Miss Eunice was born in Randolph County on July 4, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. George Clegg. She was one of thirteen children, having six brothers and six sisters. All the other family members are now deceased with the exception of one sister, Mrs. Trudie Mitchell of Leesburg, Alabama. Miss Eunice has lived her life in Cragford, Almond, Malone, and Wadley. She has lived in her present home since 1928. She attended school at Almond and recalls she was more fortunate than some because she remembers she had more than one teacher. She also attended Athens College. In reminiscing of the past, she said "she tried" to teach school one year during World War I at the Bell School near Cragford. She also served as a substitute mail carrier for the Cragford post office. This was in the days when you had no car and your means of transportation was the buggy. She has many interesting stories to keep you laughing about these experiences. She recalls she had thoughts of becoming a nurse, but when a position became available in the Bank of Wadley she accepted (1922) and worked there until the early 1960's when she went to work at Southern Union. When asked if she had a title like treasurer, she said she didn't know--she just kept up with the money! Three happy years of marriage were to be hers when she married Mr. Minus Stephens in 1950. Mr. Stephens died in 1953. One doesn't have to talk to Miss Eunice long to know how much,she loves her family. She has helped in compiling a book, "The Cleggs of Old Chatham," which was published in 1977 and has one chapter of her grandfather, James Polk Clegg's life. She also collects sayings and poems--some of her own writings--puts them in small book form and presents them to the sick, shut-ins, and friends. One person in submitting Miss Eunice's name said she had touched more lives with her goodness than anyone they had ever known. Others said she was the living exemplification of a Christian. When you think "church", "love", "Christian", you automatically think of Miss Eunice. She has always been a worker in the Methodist Church. She taught a Sunday school class for the young people for many years. Some still recall her early teaching of the Bible to them. She said she even "tried" to be superintendent of the Sunday school one year. She still is an active member of the church and a member of the United Methodist Women. This may come as a surprise to many who do not know Miss Eunice well-- she is a gifted artist who has some lovely paintings in her home. She also plays the accordion. When asked what she attributed her fruitful life to, she answered with "the worship of God and doing the best you can." She sums this true meaning in one of her original poems, which ends this way: "because we do have many flaws, Is no excuse to stay that way; For, if we worship God and do the best we can, We will surely make some progress every day." We are happy to name Miss Eunice as our Flowers for the Living Award-winner for February. 

Family

Minus Stephens (say 1892 - 1950)
Marriage* She married Minus Stephens
Last Edited9 Jul 1999

Minus Stephens

Male, #22589, (say 1892 - 1950)
Birth*say 1892 Minus was born say 1892. 
Marriage* He married Eunice Clegg
Death*1950 He died in 1950. 

Family

Eunice Clegg (4 Jul 1893 - Jan 1989)
Last Edited29 Aug 2000

(?) Budd

Male, #22590, (say 1911 - )
Marriage* He married Helen Dodd
Birth*say 1911 (?) was born say 1911. 

Family

Helen Dodd (say 1909 - )
Last Edited13 Feb 2007