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* Leslie Kirk Pike Road, Alabama*

Updated January 30, 2014

~William AKINS, Sr, Rev soldier, married Elizabeth Jane McCorkle. Son William Akins, Jr, married Mary Quartermus, (Isaiah Quartermus and Mary). Son, Thomas Robert Akins married Elizabeth Welchel Brooks in GA.
~William Lumpkin AUSTIN married Elizabeth Gore ( Samuel Arch Gore and Elizabeth Hudson) in Paulding County, GA.
~John BROOKS, Sr. married Jane May ( John May). Five sons in the Rev War. Micajah Brooks married Mary Hunter (Elisha Hunter and Margaret), in Chatham County, NC. Moved to GA. Son Elijah Brooks married Rachel Brewer.
~Jan CLAESEN born 12 Sep 1645 in the Netherlands married Elisabeth Heijndriks. They lived in Neshaminy, Bucks, PA.
~Phillip Thomas DICKS, born 1790, in SC, moved to Choctaw County, AL, married Ann McLendon (William McLendon and Martha Chambers). Cornelius Columbus Dicks, 1830 - 1853, married Nancy W. Loftin (Samuel Loftin and Nancy Painter). Thomas Columbus Dicks, 1852 - 1929, married Lucy C. Morgan (John Henry Morgan and Eliza Ann Jinsey Hall). Curry Columbus Dicks, 1877 - 1937, married Cora Lee McClinton (William Alexander McClinton and Mary Frances Taylor).
~John DORMAN, born bef 1755, in SC, son Benjamin, 1775, son William, 1801 in SC, moved to AL married Penelope Smith. John Zachriah Dorman, Sr., 1836, in Barbour County, AL, married Mary Mollie Worthington (Robert Worthington). John Zachariah Dorman, Jr., 1867, married Emma Victoria Missildine, son Thomas Jefferson Dorman, 1900 1960.
~William Ely FREEMAN, 1768-1820, son, Joseph Alston Freeman, son
William Ely Freeman, 1826 - 1891, of SC moved to AL married Sarah Mariah Holmes.
~John GAULDING (GAULDEN), Rev soldier, married Susanah Brumfield (John Watson Brumfield, Rev soldier, and Elizabeth Patton). Daughter Sarah Brumfield married William Ely Freeman.
~William GILES, Sr., was issued a land patent in 1654 in Somerset County, MD. He was paid in tobacco for being a trumpeter in the militia. Dorcas, wife and son William Giles, Jr. Grandson, Thomas Giles married Ann Harris (William Harris, Jr.) Son, John Giles, Sr., Rev soldier, married Elizabeth Davis.
~Robert Huey HENDERSON, 1841 - 1921, married Sarah Frances Redmon. Robert was a CSA soldier and his picture is posted on this page. Daughter, Minnie Beulah Henderson, married Henry Bethel Crocker.
~John Jackson KIRK, married Elizabeth Hutcheson (John Hutchenson, Sr. and Fariby Hollon), in GA. James Lafayette Kirk, 1851 - 1917, of Haralson and Polk County, GA married Mary Frances Akins, 1855 1947 (Thomas Robert Akins and Elizabeth Welchel Brooks). Joseph Andrew Kirk, Sr., born 1874, in Haralson County, GA married Nettie Jane Austin (Wm Lumpkin Austin and Elizabeth Gore). Son, Julius Cummings Kirk, 1904 - 1956 married Lessie Pearl Dicks.
~John LOFTIN, Rev soldier, married Elizabeth, 1774 in South Carolina, son John, Jr. married Sarah Giles, son Samuel Loftin married Nancy Painter.
~William Alexander MCCLINTON, 22 Sep 1878, married Mary Frances Taylor daughter Cora Lee McClinton.
~Robert Francis MISSILDINE, England, married Matilda Knighten, moved from SC to Montgomery County, AL. Son William David Missildine married Sarah Ellen Freeman, (William Ely Freeman and Sarah Mariah Holmes).
~Silas MORGAN, born SC, was one of the first families of AL. John married Asseneth Roberds, son was John Henry.
~Lemuel NEWMAN, born 1810, in GA moved to Pike County, AL married Lenora Owens, son Allen Green Newman, 1864 - 1937, married Mary Ann Josephine Henderson. Samuel Newman, 1891 - 1966, married Amanda Isabella Stewart, son James Madison Newman, 1920 - 1969, Montgomery, AL.
~John A. ROBERDS, Sr. son of Thomas Roberds and Sarah Gilbert of PA Quaker family.
~Frances ROBERTS, arrived in VA 1650 from England. Listed as early landowner of VA and 1st families of MD. Daughter, Alice Roberts, married Wm Harris, Sr. of Somerset County, MD.
~Dunk WILLIAMS, Bucks County, PA, abt 1635. Owner of Duck's Ferry marked with Bicentennial marker. Son William Williamson married Elizabeth Claesen.

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  • Joseph Andrew Kirk, Sr. (46 KB)
    Joseph was born October 22, 1874 and died December 15, 1955. He is buried with his wife, Nettie Jane Austin at Memorial Heights Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama. He was the father of 12 children and the son of James Lafayette Kirk and Mary Frances Akins, of Polk County, Georgia.
  • The James Lafayette Kirk Family (1645 KB)
    (Right to Left) James L. Kirk, Mary Frances Akins, photo lists children, about 1905-1907.
  • Mary Frances Akins (35 KB)
    Mary Frances Akins was born April 28, 1857 and died September 8, 1947. She is buried with her husband, James Lafayette Kirk, at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Polk County, Georgia. She was the mother of 12 children and the daughter of Thomas Akins & Elizabeth Brooks.
  • Harriet H. Easley McClinton (94 KB)
    Harriet H. Easley married William F. McClinton October 7, 1841 in Marengo County, Alabama. Their son, William Alexander McClinton married Mary Frances Taylor, parents of Cora Lee McClinton.
  • Nettie Jane Austin (43 KB)
    Nettie Jane Austin was born January 5, 1881 and died January 14, 1984 at the age of 103. She is buried with her husband, Joseph Andrew Kirk, Sr., at Memorial Heights Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama. She was the mother of 12 children and the daughter of William Austin & Elizabeth Gore.
  • Mary Frances Akins Kirk with children (29 KB)
    (Standing L-R), Sara, Raleigh, Emma, Jack, Florence, Delia, (Sitting) Amanda, Mary Frances Akins, Elizabeth
  • Mary Frances Taylor McClinton (9 KB)
    Mary Frances Taylor married William Alexander McClinton September 22, 1878 in Marengo County, AL. She is the daughter of William G. Taylor and Mary Jane Urquhart.
  • The John Zechariah Dorman, Jr., Family 1910 (34 KB)
    (Left to right) Thomas Jefferson, Henry, Lewy, Jim, Emma Victoria Missildine Dorman, Oua, Eunice, John Zechariah, Jr. Front: Lela, Minnie Lee and Kirby Dorman. Their home was located on Centerpoint Road, Montgomery County, Alabama. John, Jr., and Emma were the parents of 12 children. They are buried at Pisgah Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama.
  • Curry Columbus Dicks (1877-1937) (41 KB)
    Curry Columbus Dicks married Cora Lee McClinton.
  • Micajah Brooks Mary Hunter (photo of oil painting) (1066 KB)
    Micajah Brooks, Revolutionary War soldier, married Mary Hunter in Chatham, North Carolina in 1785. Their son Elijah Brooks married Rachel Brewer. Their daughter Elizabeth Welchel Brooks married Thomas Robert Akins, Confederate soldier of Georgia.
  • Thomas Jefferson Dorman & Ruth Ester Crocker (39 KB)
    Tom was born June 28, 1900 and died August 28, 1960. Ruth was born October 21, 1900 and died April 14, 1980. They are buried at Pisgah Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama. They were the parents of five daughters.
  • Daughter of Thomas C. Dicks & family (40 KB)
    Not sure which daughter of Thomas Columbus Dicks and Lucy Morgan. Sister to Curry Columbus Dicks.
  • Elizabeth W. Brooks & daughter Mary Frances Akins (221 KB)
    Elizabeth Welchel Brooks married Thomas Robert Akins April 1, 1855. Thomas was a Private in Co H Floyd Legion, GA State Guards for the Confederate States of America. Their daughter Mary Frances Akins married James Lafayette Kirk February 26, 1872, in Haralson County, GA
  • Ruth Ester Crocker (52 KB)
    Ruth Ester Crocker was born October 21, 1900 and died April 14, 1980. She was a complimented member of Centerpoint Church of Christ, Montgomery County, Alabama. Ruth was the daughter of Henry Bethel Crocker and Minnie Beulah Henderson.
  • Daughter of Thomas C. Dicks & family (2) (24 KB)
    Not sure which daughter of Thomas Columbus Dicks and Lucy Morgan. Sister to Curry Columbus Dicks.
  • Mary Lucille Dorman (206 KB)
    Mary Lucille Dorman was born March 4, 1928 in Montgomery County, Alabama. In this picture she is 16 years old. Mary is the daughter of Thomas Jefferson Dorman and Ruth Ester Crocker. Mary married James Madison Newman January 20, 1945. They had two daughters, Jane and Ruth Newman.
  • Ruth Ester Crocker (58 KB)
    Ruth Ester Crocker, approximately 1916, at 16 years of age. She was the daughter of Henry Bethel Crocker and Minnie Beulah Henderson.
  • Dicks and McClintons (54 KB)
    Back Right Ruben McClinton, Sitting Right Kirby Dicks, unsure of other names but of the Dicks and McClinton families.
  • Jane Newman Kirk (17 KB)
    Jane Newman was born February 11, 1946 in Montgomery, Alabama. She is the daughter of Mary Dorman and James Madison Newman. Jane married Rufus Charles Kirk and had two daughters Leslie and Denise Kirk.
  • Henry Bethel Crocker (17 KB)
    Henry Bethel Crocker was born September 24, 1872 and died August 10, 1937. He was the father of six children. Henry Bethel, son of Sarah Jane Crocker, daughter of William W. Crocker and Catherine Berryhill. William was a Confederate soldier.
  • Samuel Newman 1891-1966 (515 KB)
    Samuel Newman married Amanda Isabella Saphronia Jane Stewart. He is the son of Allen Green Newman and Mary Ann Josephine Henderson. Sam and Amanda had six children to include James Madison Newman.
  • Minnie Beulah Henderson (68 KB)
    Minnie Beulah Henderson was born October 3, 1879 and died March 15, 1958. She was married to Henry Bethel Crocker and the mother of six children. Minnie was the daughter of Robert Huey Henderson and Sarah Frances Redmon.
  • James Madison Newman 1920-1969 (33 KB)
    James Madison Newman married Mary Lucille Dorman. They had two daughters Jane and Ruth Newman.
  • The Carter School , Pike County, Alabama, c. 1900 (40 KB)
    Amanda Isabella Saphronia Jane Stewart (1st row far right)daughter of Lovisa Stewart of Pike County, Alabama. Amanda (1894-1982) married Sam Newman.
  • Rev. Robert Frances Missildine, Sr. (17 KB)
    Rev. Robert Missildine, Sr., was born September 29, 1808 and died March 28, 1896. He was the son of Robert Missildine and Frances Mary Griffiths of London, England. Robert was the Minister and one of the founders of the Pisgah Primitive Baptist Church, Montgomery County, Alabama. He is buried at Pisgah Cemetery with his wife Matilda Knighten. Together they had 10 children including, Emma Victoria Missildine. Four of their sons served the CSA.
  • Lenora Owens (1190 KB)
    Lenora Owens was born September 21, 1822 in South Carolina and died December 11, 1912 in Pike County, Alabama. She married Lemuel Newman, January 26, 1845, in Barbour County, Alabama. They had 10 children. Lenora is buried at Belser Cemetery, Pike County, Alabama.
  • Lessie Pearl Dicks (142 KB)
    Lessie Pearl Dicks (right) was born August 22, 1908 in Marengo County, Alabama and died May 8, 1952 in Montgomery County, Alabama. She married Julius Cummings Kirk and had nine children. They are buried at Memorial Heights Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama. Lessie Pearl is pictured with Iota Kirk (left), her sister-in-law.
  • Thomas Jefferson Dorman age 13 (46 KB)
    (Left to Right) Thomas Jefferson, 13, George, Oua Dorman, Buck Gardner, Jim Sullivan, Kirby Dorman
  • The Curry Columbus Dicks Family (248 KB)
    Curry Columbus Dicks, wife Cora Lee McClinton, and children Leila, Aleta (baby) and Buck. Curry Columbus Dicks was born October 7, 1877 in Marengo County, Alabama and died July, 1937 in Montgomery County, Alabama. Cora Lee McClinton was born March 8, 1881 and died in 1938 in Montgomery County, Alabama. Together they had six children and are buried at Pine Level Methodist Church Cemetery, Pine Level, Alabama.
  • Emma Victoria Missildine c. 1903 (38 KB)
    Emma Missildine and baby George Dorman about 1903. Emma is the daughter of Confederate soldier William David Missildine and Sarah Ellen Freeman, daughter of Confederate soldier William Ely Freeman. Emma married John Zachariah Dorman, Jr.
  • Thomas C. Dicks & Lucy C. Morgan (1074 KB)
    Thomas Christopher Dicks, 1852 - 1929, son of Cornelius C. Dicks and Nancy Loftin. Lucy C. Morgan, 1853 - 1914, daughter of John Henry Morgan and Eliza Ann Hall. Thomas and Lucy were married February 22, 1872 in Marengo County, Alabama. They had 10 children to include Curry Columbus Dicks. They are buried in the Old Liberty Cemetery, Marengo County, Alabama.
  • Henry Bethel Crocker & Minnie Beulah Henderson (39 KB)
    Henry Bethel Crocker married Minnie Beulah Henderson October 14, 1897 in Pike County, Alabama. They had eight children to include Ruth Ester Crocker
  • Lovisa Stewart (78 KB)
    Lovisa Stewart, also known as Vicie, was born September, 1857 and died after the 1930 census was taken. Lovisa was the daughter of John Franklin Stewart and Elizabeth Fortune of Pike County, Alabama. Lovisa had one daughter, Amanda Isabella Saphronia Jane Stewart born October 6, 1894. Lovisa married James M. Newman January 15, 1903.
  • Minnie Beulah Henderson 1879 - 1958 (38 KB)
    Minnie Beulah Henderson married Henry Bethel Crocker in Pike County, Alabama.
  • Robert Huey Henderson (116 KB)
    Robert Huey Henderson was born December 24, 1841 and died June 18, 1921. He was the son of Willis Henderson and Mary Craig of South Carolina. He married Sarah Frances Redmon born December 25, 1840 and died June 10, 1915. They lived in Pike County, Alabama and together they had eight children. Robert was a Private in the 57th Alabama Infantry Regiment Company C, CSA.
  • James Lafayette Kirk & Mary Frances Akins (22 KB)
    James Lafayette Kirk married Mary Frances Akins February 26, 1872. James L. "Bud" Kirk (1851-1917) is the son of John Jackson Kirk and Elizabeth Hutcheson of Haralson County, GA. Mary Frances Akins (1857-1947) is the daughter of Thomas Robert Akins and Elizabeth Welchel Brooks.
  • The Allen Green Newman Family 1900 (1739 KB)
    (Left to right): Samuel, Hugh, Neina, Josephine Henderson, Baby Robert, Allen Green Newman, Front: Bess and Minnie Belle. Green and Josephine had nine children and lived in Pike County, Alabama. They are buried at Belser Cemetery.
  • James Layfayette Kirk & Mary Frances Akins Family (50 KB)
    Back: Delia, Sara, Amanda, ?, (middle) Elizabeth with Roy, Cora Lee, Mary Frances Akins, James Lafayette Kirk, Jack Green's wife, Emma, (front) Grace Alexander, Mary Frances, Lillian, Fannie Lou, Golden, ?, Clara, W.B.
  • Julius Cummings Kirk (18 KB)
    Julius Cummings Kirk married Lessie Pearl Dicks March 6, 1927. He is the son of Joseph Andrew Kirk, Sr., and Nettie Jane Austin. Julius and Lessie Pearl had nine children in Montgomery County, Alabama.
  • Lillian and Cora Lee McClinton (325 KB)
    Lillian (Left) was born in 1893 and Cora Lee (Right) was born March 8, 1881. Cora Lee married Curry Columbus Dicks and their daughter is Lessie Pearl Dicks Kirk.
  • James L. Kirk & Joseph A. Kirk, Sr., c. 1884 (10 KB)
    James Lafayette "Bud" Kirk was born January 30, 1851 and died November 4, 1917. Joseph Andrew Kirk, Sr., was born October 22, 1874 and died December 15, 1955.
  • Joseph Andrew Kirk, Sr. and Brothers (40 KB)
    Green Jackson, Joe, Sr., Thomas Luther, Raleigh Hill, Harold Kirk
  • Saw Mill Polk County, GA c. 1900 (53 KB)
    Saw Mill Polk County, GA owned by James L. "Bud" Kirk (circled are Raleigh, Joe, Sr., John Kirk)

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