Patricia Mae Bagwell

F, b. 29 March 1934, d. 15 November 2014
     Patricia Mae Bagwell was born on 29 March 1934 in Atoka, Atoka County, Oklahoma.1 She was the daughter of Amos Roy Bagwell and Pearl L. Billingsley. As of 15 May 1952,her married name was Tramell.2 Patricia Mae Bagwell married Ben William "Scoot" Tramell on 15 May 1952.2 Patricia Mae Bagwell died on 15 November 2014 in Atoka, Atoka County, Oklahoma, at age 80 Patricia was born on Friday, March 29, 1934, to Amos and Pearl (Billingsley) Bagwell, at Atoka, OK. She graduated from Atoka High School in 1952 then attended Oklahoma A&M College. She was a homemaker. She married Ben "Scoot" Tramell on May 15, 1952 in Atoka, OK. He precedes her in death on December 1, 2000. Patricia was a member of First United Methodist Atoka. She loved bowling , golf and was a member of Red Rose Garden Club. Patricia enjoyed traveling, spending time with children, and always involved in her activities. She was also preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Juanita Rogers.1 She was buried at Westview Cemetery, Atoka, Atoka County, Oklahoma.1

Child of Patricia Mae Bagwell and Ben William "Scoot" Tramell

Citations

  1. [S3214] Patricia Mae Bagwell Tramell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S3215] Ben William "Scoot" Tramell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

John Tramell

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     John Tramell is the son of Ben William "Scoot" Tramell and Patricia Mae Bagwell.

Mamie Florance England

F, b. 23 July 1907, d. 7 March 1994
     Mamie Florance England was born on 23 July 1907 in Hall County, Georgia. As of 27 June 1926,her married name was Bagwell. She married Nathan Garland Bagwell, son of Micajah Bagwell and Sarah Louvenia King, on 27 June 1926. Mamie Florance England died on 7 March 1994 in Hall County, Georgia, at age 86.1 She was buried at Church of God of Prophecy, Braselton, Jackson County, Georgia.1

Children of Mamie Florance England and Nathan Garland Bagwell

Citations

  1. [S4155] Mamie Florence England Bagwell Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Jimmy Myron Bagwell

M, b. 23 November 1936, d. 23 October 1984
     Jimmy Myron Bagwell was born on 23 November 1936 in Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia. He was the son of Nathan Garland Bagwell and Mamie Florance England. Jimmy Myron Bagwell married Susan Hardy before 1958. Jimmy Myron Bagwell died on 23 October 1984 in DeKalb County, Georgia, at age 47.

Children of Jimmy Myron Bagwell and Susan Hardy

Karen Bagwell

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     Karen Bagwell is the daughter of Jimmy Myron Bagwell and Susan Hardy. Karen Bagwell married (?) Kitchens.

(?) Kitchens

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     (?) Kitchens married Karen Bagwell, daughter of Jimmy Myron Bagwell and Susan Hardy.

Sarah Elizabeth Shaw

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     Sarah Elizabeth Shaw married James Anderson Savage, son of John S. Savage and Ann H. Gillespie.

John S. Savage

M, b. 1800
     John S. Savage was born in 1800 in Edgefield District, South Carolina. He married Ann H. Gillespie.

Child of John S. Savage and Ann H. Gillespie

Ann H. Gillespie

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     Ann H. Gillespie was also known as Gillaspey. Her married name was Savage. She married John S. Savage.

Child of Ann H. Gillespie and John S. Savage

James R. Mims

M, b. 25 May 1805, d. 11 November 1898
James R. Mims' Tombstone
Shady Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Chilton County, Alabama
Photograph courtesy of Jim Hipp
     James R. Mims was born on 25 May 1805 in Darlington County, South Carolina.1 He married Margaret DeBose circa 1825. James R. Mims married Elizabeth Barber on 30 June 1844 at Autauga County, Alabama; Spouse 1: James R. Mims
Spouse 2: Elizabeth Barber
Marriage Date: 30 Jun 1844
Marriage Place: Autauga
Surety/Bond Date: 29 Jun 1844
Performed By: JP
Surety/Perf. Name: John Goodgame
OSPage: 370.
James R. Mims died on 11 November 1898 in Chilton County, Alabama, at age 93 at home.2,1 He was buried at Shady Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Clanton, Chilton County, Alabama.1

Children of James R. Mims and Margaret DeBose

Children of James R. Mims and Elizabeth Barber

Citations

  1. [S1717] James R. Mims Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S1665] Email from Jim Hipp dated February 2011 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: RE: James R. Mims Family History.

Margaret DeBose

F, b. 17 January 1806, d. 14 October 1844
     Margaret DeBose was born on 17 January 1806. She married James R. Mims circa 1825. As of circa 1827,her married name was Mims. Margaret DeBose died on 14 October 1844 in Autauga County, Alabama, at age 38. She was buried at Walnut Creek Methodist Church Cemetery, Chilton County, Alabama.

Children of Margaret DeBose and James R. Mims

Elijah Mims

M, b. 14 May 1826, d. 14 March 1908
     Elijah Mims was born on 14 May 1826 in Chilton County, Alabama.1 He was the son of James R. Mims and Margaret DeBose. Elijah Mims married Millite Lethia "Millie" Goodgame on 7 December 1848 at Chilton County, Alabama. Sargent, Co G, 31st Inf AL CSA.

The 31st Alabama Infantry Regiment was organized at Talladega, 16 March 1862, with men from Calhoun, Cherokee, Montgomery, Randolph, Shelby, and Talladega counties. It reported to Gen'l Danville Leadbetter at Chattanooga shortly after. It then moved up to Knoxville, where it was brigaded under Gen'l Seth Barton, in Carter Stevenson's Division. The regiment was at the investment of Cumberland Gap, and it took part in the fight at Tazewell. With Gen'l E. K. Smith's column, it was in the Kentucky Campaign, without coming up with the enemy. When the forces came back, it was permanently brigaded with the 20th, 23rd, 30th, and 46th Alabama regiments, under Gen'l Edward D. Tracy of Madison, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. In December, the 31st accompanied Stevenson's Division to Vicksburg. In May 1863 it helped defend Port Gibson, Mississippi, where the regiment suffered severely. It fought at Baker's Creek, and the loss was heavy. As part of the Vicksburg garrison, the regiment suffered through the siege, and after losing a number killed and wounded, it was surrendered with the fortress. Placed in parole camp at Demopolis, the 31st was soon exchanged. With Gen'l Edmund Pettus in command of the brigade, the regiment joined the Army of Tennessee, and it was engaged with slight loss at Mission Ridge. It wintered at Dalton, and it participated in the campaign from Dalton to Atlanta. The regiment followed Gen'l John Bell Hood into Tennessee and sustained severe losses at Columbia and Nashville, and was the rear-guard of the retreating army. Transferred to North Carolina, the regiment was hotly engaged at Bentonville, and a fragment of the 1100 with which it entered the service surrendered at Greensboro, as part of Pettus' Brigade. There were 260 effectives in January, 1863, with 21 k and 37 w at Vicksburg. There were 23 casualties at Chattanooga, and in December, 1863, there were 452 present with 323 arms. Only 180 were fit for duty in January 1865, and less than 100 surrendered in April. Toward the close of the war, the 31st was consolidated with the 23rd and 46th Infantry and redesignated the 23rd Consolidated Infantry Regiment at Smithfield, 9 April 1865. Elijah Mims lived on 11 November 1896 in Chilton County, Alabama.2 He died on 14 March 1908 at age 81.1 He was buried at Collins Chapel Baptist Cemetery, Thorsby, Chilton County, Alabama.1

Children of Elijah Mims and Millite Lethia "Millie" Goodgame

Citations

  1. [S1719] Elijah Mims Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S1665] Email from Jim Hipp dated February 2011 to Hunter Wayne Bagwell; Subject Line: RE: James R. Mims Family History.

Elizabeth Barber

F, b. 25 July 1814, d. 11 November 1879
Elizabeth (Barber) Mims' Tombstone
Shady Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Chilton County, Alabama
Photograph courtesy of Jim Hipp
     Elizabeth Barber was born on 25 July 1814 in Georgia.1 As of 30 June 1844,her married name was Mims. She married James R. Mims on 30 June 1844 at Autauga County, Alabama; Spouse 1: James R. Mims
Spouse 2: Elizabeth Barber
Marriage Date: 30 Jun 1844
Marriage Place: Autauga
Surety/Bond Date: 29 Jun 1844
Performed By: JP
Surety/Perf. Name: John Goodgame
OSPage: 370.
Elizabeth Barber died on 11 November 1879 at age 65.1 She was buried at Shady Grove Methodist Church Cemetery, Clanton, Chilton County, Alabama.1

Children of Elizabeth Barber and James R. Mims

Citations

  1. [S1718] Elizabeth Barber Mims Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Green Mims

?, b. circa 1856
     Green Mims was born circa 1856 in Alabama. Green Mims was the child of James R. Mims and Elizabeth Barber.

Margaret DuBose Mims

F, b. circa 1851
     Margaret DuBose Mims was born circa 1851 in Alabama. She was the daughter of James R. Mims and Elizabeth Barber.

Martha Ann Virginia Mims

F, b. circa 1845
     Martha Ann Virginia Mims was born circa 1845 in Alabama. She was the daughter of James R. Mims and Elizabeth Barber.

Rebecca Mims

F, b. circa 1828
     Rebecca Mims was born circa 1828. She was the daughter of James R. Mims and Margaret DeBose.

Feraba Mims

?, b. circa 1833
     Feraba Mims was born circa 1833. Feraba Mims was the child of James R. Mims and Margaret DeBose.

Samuel Peyton Mims

M, b. 28 December 1835
     Samuel Peyton Mims was also known as James Samuel Peyton Mims. He was born on 28 December 1835 in Alabama. He was the son of James R. Mims and Margaret DeBose.

Millite Lethia "Millie" Goodgame

F, b. 16 March 1829, d. 23 July 1915
     Millite Lethia "Millie" Goodgame was born on 16 March 1829 in Chilton County, Alabama.1 As of 7 December 1848,her married name was Mims. She married Elijah Mims, son of James R. Mims and Margaret DeBose, on 7 December 1848 at Chilton County, Alabama. Millite Lethia "Millie" Goodgame died on 23 July 1915 at age 86.1 She was buried at Collins Chapel Cemetery, Thorsby, Chilton County, Alabama.1

Children of Millite Lethia "Millie" Goodgame and Elijah Mims

Citations

  1. [S1720] Millie Lethia Goodgame Mims Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.

Martha Emily Mims

F, b. 1850
     Martha Emily Mims was born in 1850 in Chilton County, Alabama. She was the daughter of Elijah Mims and Millite Lethia "Millie" Goodgame.

Payton Franklin Mims

M, b. 16 August 1852
     Payton Franklin Mims was born on 16 August 1852. He was the son of Elijah Mims and Millite Lethia "Millie" Goodgame.

Sarah Ann Mims

F, b. 11 May 1857
     Sarah Ann Mims was born on 11 May 1857. She was the daughter of Elijah Mims and Millite Lethia "Millie" Goodgame.

Callie Knight

F, b. circa 1873, d. before 1920
     Callie Knight was born circa 1873 in Alabama. As of 21 February 1893,her married name was Goff. She married William W. Goff, son of John Glenn Goff and Sarah (Sallie) Edwards, on 21 February 1893 at Dale County, Alabama; Spouse 1: W. W. Goff
Spouse 2: Callie Knight
Marriage Date: 21 Feb 1893
Marriage Place: Dale
Surety/Bond Date:
Performed By: M. G.
Surety/Perf. Name: T. Z. Hildreth
OSPage:
Comment.
Callie Knight died before 1920.

Children of Callie Knight and William W. Goff

Clara V. Marlin

F, b. 29 November 1878, d. 3 February 1965
     Clara V. Marlin was born on 29 November 1878. As of 23 July 1897,her married name was Goff. She married John Lee Goff, son of John Glenn Goff and Sarah (Sallie) Edwards, on 23 July 1897 at Dale County, Alabama; Spouse 1: John L. Goff
Spouse 2: Clarra V. Marlin
Marriage Date: 23 Jul 1897
Marriage Place: Dale
Surety/Bond Date:
Performed By: P. J.
Surety/Perf. Name: W. W. Morris.
Clara V. Marlin died on 3 February 1965 at age 86. She was buried at Cottonwood City Cemetery, Cottonwood, Houston County, Alabama.

David Matthews

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     David Matthews married Pinkey Goff, daughter of Amon Camble Goff and Nora Blackman, on 11 November 1900 at Dale County, Alabama; Spouse 1: David Matthews
Spouse 2: Pinkie Goff
Marriage Date: 11 Nov 1900
Marriage Place: Dale
Surety/Bond Date:
Performed By: J. P.
Surety/Perf. Name: W. P. Windham.

Willie Mae Weeks

F, b. 25 July 1897, d. 6 October 1998
     Her married name was Goff. Willie Mae Weeks was born on 25 July 1897.1 She married Jewett Texas Goff, son of Amon Camble Goff and Nancy Ida Parker, on 8 March 1914 at Dale County, Alabama.2 Willie Mae Weeks died on 6 October 1998 at age 101.1 She was buried at West View Cemtery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.1

Children of Willie Mae Weeks and Jewett Texas Goff

Citations

  1. [S83] USGenWeb Archives - Westview Cemetery, Ozark, AL.
  2. [S82] Email from Virginia Goff dated 6/29/2007 to Hunter Bagwell - Subject Line: Jewett Texas Goff Family Information.

Thomas Amon Goff1

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     Thomas Amon Goff is the son of Jewett Texas Goff and Willie Mae Weeks. Thomas Amon Goff married Willie Virginia Starling.1

Child of Thomas Amon Goff and Willie Virginia Starling

Citations

  1. [S82] Email from Virginia Goff dated 6/29/2007 to Hunter Bagwell - Subject Line: Jewett Texas Goff Family Information.

Virginia Grace Goff1

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     Virginia Grace Goff is the daughter of Thomas Amon Goff and Willie Virginia Starling.1 Virginia Grace Goff married Robert Richard Vaughan Jr. on 5 May 1957 at Home of Jewett and Willie Mae Goff's home, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama; Married by Rev. William Snellgrove.1 Virginia Grace Goff and Robert Richard Vaughan Jr. were divorced in March 1964.1 Virginia Grace Goff married Kenneth Ray Kunz on 5 September 1969 at Tank Hill Chapel, Fort Rucker, Alabama; Married by Chaplain William Goforth.1 Virginia Grace Goff and Kenneth Ray Kunz were divorced on 18 June 1991 at Dothan, Alabama.1

Child of Virginia Grace Goff and Kenneth Ray Kunz

Citations

  1. [S82] Email from Virginia Goff dated 6/29/2007 to Hunter Bagwell - Subject Line: Jewett Texas Goff Family Information.

Salathiel Goff

M, b. circa 1748, d. 27 June 1791
     Salathiel Goff was born circa 1748 in Maryland.1 He was the son of Thiel Goff and Hannah Turton.1 He enlisted in the 15th VA Regiment of the Continental Line at Romney VA in the Revolution and served as Captain of VA Militia for six months in 1781, 1782 and 1783.1 Salathiel Goff married Elizabeth Sheredine Gray, daughter of John Gray and Ann "Nancy" Broome, on 26 April 1778 at Calvert County, Maryland.1 Salathiel Goff died on 27 June 1791 in St. George, Randolph County, West Virginia.1

Children of Salathiel Goff and Elizabeth Sheredine Gray

Citations

  1. [S2142] Don Norman, "Descendents of Thiel Goff (Report)."