1828 - 1890
||29 Dec 1828
||SC [1, 2]
||Pleasant Hill Meth. (Dean) Church Cem. Ozark, Dale Co. Al. 
||6 Feb 1890
||Dale Co., Al. [1, 2]
||07 Mar 2007 21:44:19 |
||ANDREWS Benjamin, b. 1795, Darlington Co., SC |
||MATTHEWS Emily, b. 21 Aug 1796, SC |
||THOMPSON Martha Elizabeth, b. 10 May 1845, Madison Co., Ga. |
||7 Feb 1860
||Dale Co., Al. 
|>||1. ANDREWS Moses Alexander, b. 30 Nov 1862, Ozark, Dale Co., Al. |
| ||2. ANDREWS William Lafealia, b. 5 Jul 1865, Dale Co., Al. |
| ||3. ANDREWS Middleton Monroe, b. 30 Oct 1867, Dale Co., Al. |
| ||4. ANDREWS Walter M., b. 3 Sep 1870|
|>||5. ANDREWS Thomas Damascus, b. 13 Dec 1872, Dale Co., Al. |
|>||6. ANDREWS Ella A., b. 7 Jul 1879|
- Bennett is not located in the home of his parents in 1850 Holmes Co., FL, so
he may be living with another family member in Dale county.
1860 Census- Dale Co., Alabama Pg 614 House 796- Newton
Milly AndrewsF60SC (mother)
1870 Dale Co., AL census, page 170a Sheet# 111, beat 2, Westville
Reviewed the entire 1880 Dale Co census and did not locate Bennett or h
family in that county.
Bennett either moved his family to the Battens Cross Roads Community of
Coffee Co., AL sometime before 1880, or boundary changes for Coffee and Dale
changed their geographics. Martha continued working the family farm after
his death and purchased 120 acres in 1899 under the Homestead Act.
Bennett's farm had a cotton gin which was pulled by mule, and it would gin
about three to four bales of cotton a day.
Pleasant Hill Cemetery: located about five miles west of Ozark,Alaba
Ozark-Daleville Highway. This cemetery is one of several that was remov
from the Camp Rucker Reservation Area during World War II
Have photo of tombstones (two- one puts death as Feb 26, 1890 Aged 62 years,
Older tombstone has death as Feb 6, 1890)
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