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Vital Records of Sturbridge, Massachusetts to 1850

The following is an extraction from the manuscript, The Vital Records of Sturbridge, Massachusetts to 1850, published by the New England Genealogical and Historical Society in 1907. Any additions by me to this listing has been added like this: {something here}.


Abigail, d. Malachi and Abigail, Aug 15, 1768.
Abner, s. Josiah and Experance, {Experience} Feb 2, 1777.
Isaac, s. Malachi and Abigail, Nov 26, 1770.
Joseph, s. Josiah and Experance, {Experience}Apr 15, 1775.
Lois Rockwood, d. Eleazer Jr. and Mary, Dec 9, 1813.
Puah, d. Malachi and Abigail, Dec 3, 1774.
Silas, s. Josiah and Experance, {Experience} Aug 27, 1773.
Thankfull, d. Malachi and Abigail, Jul 30, 1764.


PARTRIDGE (Partradge)
Josiah and Sarah Martain [dup. and dup. int. Martin], Jan 30, 1755. [Martin, C.R.1]
Josiah and Experance [dup Experienc] Morse, {Experience} int. Dec 7, 1772.
Maranda of Holland, and Benjamin D. Weld, int. Nov 7, 1828.
Marcy and Ebenezer Rewee, April 7, 1782.
Malachi (Partradge), [dup. Malachi Partridge] of Charlton, and Abigail Jonson [dup. Johnson], int. Nov. 10, 1758.
Phebe S. of Brimfield, and Joseph L. Allen, int. May 7, 1839.
Samantha [of] Holland, and Warren Plimpton, int. Feb 13, 1818.
Silas and Abigail Rowson {Rawson} of Holliston, int. Dec 6, 1762.
Thankfull and Lemuel Mason, Sep 18, 1786.


Abigail, w. Malachi, numb palsy, Apr 29, 1808. [Patridge, w. M. P., in 72d y., C.R.1] [Patridge, w. Malachi, a. 73, P.R.1]
Puah, d. Malachi and Abigail, Sep 19, 1778.
Sarah, w. Josiah, Feb 6, 1772.

Vital Records of Brimfield, Massachusetts to 1850

The following is an extraction from the manuscript, The Vital Records of Brimfield, Massachusetts to 1850, published by the New England Genealogical and Historical Society in 1931.


PATRIDGE (Partridge)
Allen, s. David and Miriam Jan. 16, 1806.
Frances Lyman (Partridge), ch. George C., and Sophia H., bp. May 2, 1844. C.R.
Harriot, ch. Frederick and Betsey, bp. Aug. 14, 1803. C.R.
Rachel, ch. Frederick and Betsey, bp. Nov. 29, 1801. C.R.


PATRIDGE (Partridge, Pattridge)
Abigail (Pattridge) and Joseph Wilder, June 10, 1790.* [Partridge. C.R.]
Asa Jr., of Holland and Mary Bates, Mar. 21, 1793, in Holland.*
Fredrick (Patridge) and Betsy Liley, Sept. 18, 1794.* [Lilley. C.R.]
Harriet A. and Harrison Allen of Holland int. Feb. 3, 1840 [m. Mar. 12. C.R.]
Lurana of Holland and Timothy Anderson, Mar. 21, 1793, in Holland.*
Phebe S. and Joseph L. Allen of Sturbridge, int. May 9, 1839. [m. June 11. C.R.]


PARTRIDGE (Patridge)
Bannister, s. Frederick, Sept. ––, 1801. [This entry on interleaved page.]
Betsey, d. Frederick, Sept. 4, 1801 [This entry on interleaved page.]
Cynthia (Patridge), Aug. 1, 1840, a. 56. C.R.  [wid. Dr. Partridge (“who died at Southbridge”), “she died in Brimfield,” a. 55, bur. at Southbridge. P.R.19]
Emeline M., Apr. ––, 1829, a. 15, bur. at Southbridge. P.R.19
Hannah, wid., Jan. 19, 1803. [This entry on interleaved page.]
––––– (Patridge), ch. Widow Patridge, Mar. 14, 1829.

The Parentage of Nora Williams

I learned a new word today: the word was gallimaufry, and it means “a confused jumble or medley of things.” That word will accurately describe my investigation into the parentage of Nora!

I have never identified the parentage of Nora Williams, my 2nd Great Grandmother, and whom my Great Grandmother was named after. Over the past few weeks I decided to try and determine it using Census records and both sets of Vermont Vital Records – one from Ancestry, and the other from Family Search. Nora remains the only Great Grandmother of my father’s side that I had not yet identified the parents, and it was time for that to change!

What I knew of Nora L. Williams (as I have her listed) is not much. I originally retrieved her name from my research into the Rich family of Washington County, Vermont; I was able to deduce her name as Nora L. Williams, and that she was born about 1867 in Vermont. Enumerated with them was the child, Nora O., my great-grandmother. But that was all I had to work with.

The first method of researching people living between 1850-1880 and 1900-1930 for me is to search the federal census records for them. Often, these census will provide clues that can point you in the correct direction, and occasionally by my experience, give you your answer to your question.

Nora Williams - 1880 Census

Nora Williams - 1880 Census

The only census record I could find of Nora as a child (searching for her by name at Ancestry), is the Warren, Washington, VT 1880 census, where at the age of 12, she is residing as a servant in the household of Nahum and Jane Nichols.

Enumerated within Warren, VT was the family of Chester D. Williams – his family appeared on the same page (247A) with Nora, and he is of the correct age to be a possible parent. Also enumerated in the town, was a Ferrin Williams, age 23, who resided with his wife – Lilla, age 15, and Effie, his sister, age 9. The fact that Ferrin, as young as he and his wife were, had a sibling also residing with them cautioned me that there was more to this story. Here we have a 12 year old child living as a servant instead of with her parents. We also have another child living with what appeared to be an elder sibling, all in the same town. This pointed to something possibly having happened to the parents. The very fact that Nora was living so close to Chester, yet listed as a servant in another house, instantly made me think she was likely related to Chester, but not his child. I determined then that I needed to back up 10 years and search within Warren to see if I could find the identity of the parents of the children. The thing I had going for me, was I now had two children names I could use to help pinpoint the right family (Nora and Ferrin, since Effie would not yet have been born in the 1870 census), IF they were of the same family.

A search of the 1870 census for Warren, Washington, VT quickly led me nowhere. Chester D. was there, listed as C. B. Williams this time. There was no mention of any of the children I found in the 1880 census. There was a Dana and Julia Williams residing with their family, but again, no sign of Ferrin, Lilla, or Nora (Effie would not yet have been born.)

When conducting a census search at Ancestry, I rarely try and perform a broad search of the records (unless just starting out on a person or family), but instead concentrate on specific searches. While this does produce more negative results, it also produces better results, as I can fine tune my search. The census at Ancestry were often indexed by people not familiar with the intricacies of English names and instead took a strict approach at identifying the letters and listing them, even when the combination doesn’t make sense. I’ve found that I often need to construct searches based on first names, or ages of the person, to properly identify them. And when that fails, if I’m quite sure they’re in the community or county I’m searching, then I browse the images one by one, just like in the old days.

In the case of this search, I had already started out at the most specific location and had no match. So I spread my search out further and tried all of Washington County, Vermont instead of limiting myself to just the town of Warren. I already knew by my earlier search that Nora was not listed as Nora Williams (I did conduct a broad search initially, so I searched for her brother Ferrin, which produced the following match:

Eleazer Williams - 1870 Census

Eleazer Williams - 1870 Census

In the 1870 census, residing in Roxbury, Washington, VT was the family of Eleazer and Jane Williams. Residing with the family in that enumeration were 7 children: Ithiel 17, Olive 14, Ferrin 13, Elmer 7, Elwin 4, Ervin 4, and Betsey 2.

This listing of children immediately stood out to me. Ithiel, is not a common name. In fact, there were only 39 Ithiel’s in the whole 1880 census. Why is that important? Because Nora Williams grandson was named Floyd Ithiel Partridge… In fact there are two Ithiel’s related to me. Also, listed in the family of Eleazer and Jane was a daughter named Olive. While Olive was a more common name, the child of Joel and Nora (Williams) Rich was Nora Olive Rich.

Nothing above is conclusive, but it helps paint a picture, and insures me that I am definitely looking in the right direction. But Nora wasn’t mentioned in Eleazer’s family by name. And as already mentioned, I couldn’t find her in Washington County, VT. A more general search outside of the county, also failed to produce a positive match.

This is often the point where genealogists will get frustrated with their search. Everything keeps ending up at dead ends… then again, everything may not appear as it actually is.

To buttress my belief that the parents passed away sometime during the 1870’s I went back to the 1880 census and searched for the children of Eleazer and Jane:

We already know about Ferrin. We found him living at Warren with Lilla and Effie.

I was unable to find anything concerning Ithiel and Olive by simply searching the 1880 census. Both, however were of age during the 1880 census and could have been living elsewhere, or were enumerated in such a manner as to not make them easily searchable. Olive was likely married and had another surname.

Elmer, who was 7 during the 1870 census can be found residing with the family of Melvin and Clarissa Spalding in Roxbury, age 17.

Erwin and Elwin, twins, both 4 during the 1870 census, can be found residing with the family of George and Edna Williams of Roxbury, age 14.

Betsey E. Williams, age 2 in the 1870 census, cannot be found in the 1880 census under her name.

So, the census have provided me with clues to further my research. Namely, who is Betsey E. Williams, age 2 in the 1870 census, and could she be my Nora Williams?

It’s obvious that just using the census isn’t working out, so it’s time to start using the Vital Record searches available for Vermont ancestors.

Let’s start again with Nora, and see what comes up in a search for her name as Nora Williams. I started my search using the databases at FamilySearch first since theirs covered the years before 1900. Using the Vermont Births and Christenings 1765-1908 database I was able to get 1 match for a Nora Williams.

This time I find a Nora Williams, b. in Roxbury, married to Ben Warner. This marriage produced a child named Paul G. Warner, b. 26 Mar 1887 at Moutown, Washington, VT. Moutown is likely a misprint of Moretown. One should keep in mind when using transcriptions, that they’re not always completely accurate, as is this case.

Is this another dead end? I’m getting the feeling I’m painting a picture of a brick wall in this search!

The next search was in the Vermont Death Records 1871-1965. I searched for Nora Williams first and came up with nothing and then tried Nora Rich which again resulted in zilch.

On to the Vermont marriage records! And on this search I again hit pay dirt. This time I find 2 listings…

Nora B. Williams and Joel O. Rich were listed on the marriage certificate as parents of Nora Olive Rich in her marriage to Fred in 1905. Something stood out in this record though that was different from what I knew about Nora… the middle initial. I had Nora L. Williams as taken from the 1900 census (and a second check confirmed that was the way it was entered on the census image) but it appears she also used Nora B. This could be big, because if we go back to the family of Eleazer and Jane, we find that their youngest child in the 1870 census was a Betsey, age 2! So I reopened that census image to check if by chance they had listed a middle initial, and they had… an E. So we have a Betsey E. Williams born the same year as Nora B. (and L.) Williams. While the B could definitely stand for Betsey, I couldn’t make the E. stand for Nora. So back to the records.

The second match for Nora was for a Norah B. Williams, b. 1865 at Roxbury, VT, who married Benjamin Warner in 1883. As previously mentioned they had the child named Paul G. Warner I had found in the birth records. This Norah B. was listed as the child of Elmer and Jane Williams. Eleazer’s wife was named Jane… But I have no indication if Eleazer himself going by Elmer, or if that was his middle name, so there’s no match proven here. Eleazer and Jane did name one of their sons Elmer – coincidentally… Elmer E.

When I conduct searches I often find that information is given in the records for one person, concerning somebody else in the family. So it’s important to search for their names as well. Finding the name of Elmer and Jane listed as parents in the marriage record made me think that I should try a search for the death records of Joel and Nora’s child Nora.Nora O. Partridge Death Certificate

Since they died after 1900 I went and used Ancestry’s search for Vermont Deaths and Burials 1909-2008. I hit pay-dirt, but not the way I had expected! Instead of finding Nora Williams death certificate, I came across her daughters death certificate…

Death Record of Paul G. Rich

Death Record of Paul G. Rich

Nora O. Partridge died on 2 June 1976 at Springfield, Vermont. On her death certificate were listed her parents, Joel Rich and Elnora Williams! Elnora… with an E!!!! I’ve looked at this record several times and I never caught the real name of the mother! Back to Eleazer and Jane… Betsey E. Williams in the 1870 census, same age as Elnora B. Williams in the 1880 census… do you think it’s possible? I do!!!

There’s some loose ends that need to be wrapped up to help support this. The first is to detail something I recently found when conducting a search for the Rich family of Moretown, Vermont. Joel and Nora had one other child listed in the death records as theirs… Paul George Rich, child of Joel and Nora Rich, b. 26 Mar 1887 at Moretown, Washington, Vermont, d. 20 Mar 1940 at Barre, Washington, Vermont. Obviously this Paul G. Rich is the same Paul G. Warner, child of Ben and Norah B. Warner (the dates and birth location match and that’s too much of a coincidence). So if somebody is wondering what ever happened to Paul G. Warner, I think we now know!!!

We also need to identify that the Elmer Williams is in deed Eleazer. A search of the Vermont Marriages at FamilySearch for Elmer Williams produced matches for Eleazer’s son Elmer E. Elmer married twice, the first marriage to Emma Smith listed his parents as Eleazer M. Williams and Jane. The second marriage, however, listed his parents as E. E. Williams and Nancy Silsbury.

Finding multiple names for his parents made me conduct a search for the marriage records for Eleazer. What I found, instead of his record, were the records of many of his children. Their parents were listed as Eleazer (various spellings) and Jane Williams/Sillsbury (various spellings). One, Ichiel (obviously Ithiel), listed his mother as Mary J. Silsby.

As you can tell by this entire post, the family really enjoyed using a combination of different names when documenting each other. It appeared quite common for an individual to go by their middle name, and even a nickname, and have it used on official documents. But for a diligent study, this nomenclature would have created a gallimaufry of their genealogy. But the dates, locations, family relations, and obvious consistencies paint enough of a picture for me to determine, by the information here in provided, that Elnora Betsey Williams was indeed the child of Eleazer and Jane Williams.

1870 Orland, Hancock County, Maine Census

While searching this census, the enumerator abbreviated names

Year: 1870; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   M593_545; Page:  609A; Image:  170; Family History Library Film:  552044.

Partridge, Thos. F.: 46, m, w, Farm Laborer
Partridge, Nancy S.: 45, f, w, Dress Maker
Partridge, Martha J.: 1, f, w.

Year: 1870; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   M593_545; Page:  613A; Image:  178; Family History Library Film:  552044.

Soper, John R.: 70, m, w, Farmer, 2200, 800, Maine
Soper, Margaret: 71, f, w, Maine
Partridge, John S., 23, m, w, Farm Laborer, Maine
Partridge, Margaret: 17, f, w, Maine
Partridge, Elijah D.: 21, m, w, Mariner, Maine
Soper, John R., Jr.: 48, m, w, Farmer, Maine
Soper, Sophia: 30, f, w, Keeping House, Maine
Soper, Annie M.: 3, f, w, Maine

Year: 1870; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   M593_545; Page:  616B; Image:  185; Family History Library Film:  552044.

Partridge, Geo. M.: 74, m, w, Farmer, 600, 500, Maine
Partridge, Martha S.: 74, f, w, Keeping House, New Hampshire

Year: 1870; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   M593_545; Page:  617B; Image:  187; Family History Library Film:  552044.

Partridge, Elijah: 47, m, w, Farmer, 600, 150, Maine
Partridge, Eliska: 35, f, w, Keeping House, Maine
Partridge, Nellie G.: 6, f, w, Maine
Harriman, Daniel: 80, m, w, Retired Farmer, 1200, 4200
Harriman, Elenor: 40, f, w, House Keeping, Maine

Partridge, Charles: 47, m, w, Farmer, 2000, 1200, Maine
Partridge, Clara A.: 40, f, w, Keeping House, Maine

Partridge, Joseph: 40, m, w, Farmer, 2000, 550, Maine
Partridge, Deborah: 33, f, w, Keeping House, Maine
Partridge, Clarence D.: 3, m, w, Maine
Partridge, Annie M.: 1/12, f, w, Maine

Year: 1870; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   M593_545; Page:  621B; Image:  195; Family History Library Film:  552044.

Partridge, Henry: 47, m, w, Farmer, 1700, 500, Maine
Partridge, Elisabeth: 45, f, w, Keeping House, New Hampshire
Partridge, Arthur E.: 21, m, w, Mariner, Maine
Partridge, Leverett F.: 18, m, w, Mariner, Maine
Partridge, Harrie K.: 9, m, w, Maine
Partridge, James F.: 7, m, w, Maine
Kidder, Betsy: 75, f, w, Massachusetts

Partridge, Ellison L.: 38, m, w, Farmer + Stable Keeper, 2000, 800, Maine
Partridge, Sarah A.: 34, f, w, Keeping House, Maine
Partridge, Sarah E.: 13, f, w, at Home, Maine
Partridge, Washington I.: 11, m, w, Maine
Partridge, Harriet L.: 9, f, w, Maine
Partridge, Washington, 67, m, w, Gentleman, Maine
Partridge, Lasselle E.: 7, m, w, Maine

Year: 1870; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   M593_545; Page:  627B; Image:  207; Family History Library Film:  552044.

Osgood, Robt T.: 56, m, w, Dentist, 3000, 500, Maine
Osgood, Esther: 50, Keeping House, Maine
Partridge, Geo. H.: 23, m, w, Works on Railroad, Maine
Partridge, Martha, F.: f, w, Keeping House, Maine
Partridge, Varnum S.: 10/12, m, w, Maine

Year: 1870; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   M593_545; Page:  628A; Image:  208; Family History Library Film:  552044.

Crosby, Abigail: 72, f, w, Maine
Partridge, Leander: 36, m, w, Mariner, Maine
Partridge, Ellen M.: 35, f, w, Keeping House, Maine
Partridge, Lollie P.: 11, f, w, at School, Maine
Partridge, Willie A.: 6, m, w, Maine
Partridge, Herbert L.: 4, m, w, Maine
Emerson, Austin: 29, m, w, House Carpenter, Maine

Year: 1870; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   M593_545; Page:  628B; Image:  209; Family History Library Film:  552044.

Partridge, Isaac: 50, m, w, Farmer, 4000, 5000, Maine
Partridge, Fanny M.: 42, f, w, Keeping House, Maine
Partridge, Frankie M.: 19, f, w, at School, Maine

Year: 1870; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   M593_545; Page:  629A; Image:  210; Family History Library Film:  552044.

Partridge, Charles: 24, m, w, Works on Rail Road, 0, 150, Maine
Partridge, Clara A.: 23, f, w, Keeping House, Maine

1880 Orland, Hancock County, Maine Census

The following families were enumerated within the 1880 Orland, Hancock County, Maine census. I extracted these by hand on 7 August 2010 by browsing the entire Orland 1880 census.

My research into this branch of the Partridge family tree begins again as I try and determine over the next couple of weeks, where the descendants migrated to. The oldest person enumerated below is George Moulton Partridge, and many of the others are children, grand-children and gr-grand-children of George.

Year: 1880; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   480; Family History Film:  1254480; Page:  72D; Enumeration District:  141; Image:  0145.

Partridge, Henry:  w. m. 57 Farmer
Partridge, Lizzie: w. f. 54   wife
Partridge, Harry K.: w. m. 20 son, sailor
Partridge, Fred J.: w. m. 17, son, farmer

Year: 1880; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   480; Family History Film:  1254480; Page:  75A; Enumeration District:  141; Image:  0150.

Partridge, Elijah: w. m. 57, Farmer
Partridge, Eliska?: w. f. 45, wife
Partridge, Nellie G.: w. f. 15, daughter
Harriman, Elenor H.: w. f. 48, sister in law

Year: 1880; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   480; Family History Film:  1254480; Page:  75B; Enumeration District:  141; Image:  0151.

Partridge, Joseph: w. m. 59, Farmer
Partridge, Deborah W.: w. f. 44, wife
Partridge, Clarence D.: w. m. 13, son, At School
Partridge, Annie M.: w. f. 10, daughter, At School

Partridge, Charles: w. m. 57, Farmer
Partridge, Clara A.: w. f. 50
Partridge, Fannie M.: w. f. 8, At School

Year: 1880; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   480; Family History Film:  1254480; Page:  76C; Enumeration District:  141; Image:  0152.

Continued 193-225
Partridge, George M.: w. m. 85, Father, Farmer

Year: 1880; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   480; Family History Film:  1254480; Page:  78D; Enumeration District:  141; Image:  0157.

Partridge, Thomas: w. m. 56, Farmer
Partridge, Nancy S.: w. f. 56
Partridge, Martha S.: w. f. 11, daughter, at School
Partridge, George H.: w. m. 33, son, Sailor
Partridge, Vernum S.: w. m. 11, grand-child, at School
Partridge, Waldrem F.: w. m. 10, grand-child, at School

Year: 1880; Census Place:  OrlandHancockMaine; Roll   480; Family History Film:  1254480; Page:  80C; Enumeration District:  141; Image:  0160.

Partridge, Isaac: w. m. 59, Farmer
Jordan, Andrew J.: w. m. 36, son-in-law, druggist
Jordan, Frank M.: w. f. 29, daughter
Marks, Louisa C.: w. f. 29, House Keeper

Partridge, Ellison L.: w. m. 48, Farmer
Partridge, Sarah A.: w. f. 44, wife
Partridge, Wash: w. m. 21, son
Partridge, Hattie L.: w. f. 18, daughter, at School
Partridge, Lassell E.: w. m. 17, son, at School
Webster, Charlotte M.: w. f. 35, sister-in-law, Boarder
Webster, Marion S.: w. f. 11, niece, at School
Webster, Robert A.: w. m. 2, nephew

Lizzie A. Lane Correspondence

The following is a transcription of a letter written by a Mrs. Lizzie A. Lane of Stockton Springs, Maine to Vera Partridge Hamilton. Lizzie was born 17 Nov 1871 to Matthew and Elizabeth Ann (Berry) Partridge.  She married as her second husband, Fred Amos Lane.

Apr. 21, 1935

Have been hoping to get and to look up more about the questions you ask but have been unable to as yet. Haven’t licensed our car yet as the roads are just getting bare and the mud drying up so can do better a little later. I can’t write much more then I did before. There are two of the Harriman descendants now living in Prospect, Me. Mrs. Helen Harriman and Howard Harriman, their addresses are both Stockton Springs, Me. R. F. D. #1.

Mr. C. H. Partridge can tell you the middle names of the Benjamin family if any one can, and also about Samuel as he has the family record. I have been unable to go over there as yet.

His address is Stockton Springs, Me. R. F. D. #2-

The man from Augusta, whom I spoke of was Raymond Partridge. I don’t know his address only that he came from Augusta, Me.

Miss Addie Partridge of Stockton, Me. died in the past year. I think the Thomas you have was a brother to my grandfather. In your letter you said Leora Partridge (Josiah’s granddaughter) said her ancestor’s name was David so if he was her great grandfather, he was mine as Josiah and Amos were brothers and their mother was Sarah Shute, daughter of Benjamin Shute.

I think the Partridges here are another branch of Partridges from the ones in Mass., and N. H. as we have always been told that our ancestors came direct from england. I will try as soon as I can to look up more about it. Am sorry I can’t tell you more now.

P.S. The Addie Partridge spoken of was a relative and as I said before I think her
Grandfather, Thomas and my
Grandfather, Amos were brothers

But I am not sure about that. I can find out as soon as I can go to Sandy Point, where their home was.

Partridge Cemetery, Woolwich, Maine

The following records have been transcribed from handwritten records  in the museum at Woolwich, Maine, on May 26th, 2002, by Nancy I. Fricke. The cemetery is located on River Road.

Allen……..Mehitable Pushard (wife of William)
Allen……..H.       B 1884    D 1924
Allen……..William H.    B 1879     D 1968
Andros……Joanna S  (wife of Robert S.)      D Oct 30 1869  23yrs 2 mos
Andros……Millard H (son of Robert S and Joanna)      D Aug 8 1882 15yrs 4 mos
Austin…….Rebecca (wife of Timothy)      D Sept 9 1867  32yrs 3 mos
(buried in area of Preble family)
Bailey…….Daniel  (SAR)    B Mar 17 1756     D Mar 13 1817
Bailey…….Susannale (wife of Daniel)     B Dec 1764    D Mar 18 1853
Bailey…….Isaac      B June 3 1797    D Apr 27 1876
Bailey…….Emeline (wife of Isaac)      B Apr 28 1807     D Jan 7 1892
Bailey…….James     D Aug 19 1835   32 yrs
Baker…….Carrie I (wife of D.W.)    1863-1923
Baker…….Frank P. (1st husband of Carrie)   D Nov 20 1886    33yrs 1 mos
Baker…….Dexter W. (2nd husband of Carrie)    B 1844   D 1923
Bates……..Isabella D       Dec 9,1828  29yrs  (See White family)
Blair………James  (Mass Mil. Rev. Marker)D Nov 27 1873   85 yrs
Blair………Elizabeth (his wife)    D Apr 19 1873    84yrs
Blair………Ephraim J    D Aug 10 1876    56yrs 7 mos
Blair………Catherine A (wife of Ephraim)    D Jan 27 1864    37yr 8 mos
Blair………Phebe (daughter)      D Oct 11 1851     2yrs 10 mos
Blair………Augusta W (daughter of Winthrop T & Kate A)     D Mar 6 1888   4 mos 11 days
Blair………Winthrop T    D Apr  1 1888    35 yrs 20 days
Blair………Kate A (wife of Winthrop)    B May 23 1850    D Dec 2 1931
Blair………David Willard  1855-1930
Blair………Lilly Mae (wife of David)   1861-1917
Blair………Samuel     D Jan 29 1882     57 yrs
Blair………Louisa P (wife of  Samuel)    D June 3 1895    61 yrs 7 mos
Brookings…Mary     Dec 17 1847 – Sept 24 1896
Brookings…Salome D Apr 28, 1840  16yrs 4 mos
 (unmarked soldier on lot here)
Brookings…Mary     B Nov 2 1810     D Nov 9 1893
Brookings…Emily A     B Dec 17 1842    D Sept 24 1896
Butler……..Mary M      B May 11 1838    D Dec 24 1913
Card………Joanna (wife of John)     D Mar 18 1853     60 yrs
Card………Hudah S (dau of John & Joanna)    D Feb 10 1842    20yrs
Carlton……Hannah (wife of John G)     D Aug 5 1852     78yrs 3 mos
Carlton……John  G      D Sept 25 1866      89 yrs 7 mos, 20 days
Carlton……John        D Apr 11 1869     59yrs 6 mos
Carlton……Abigail (2ndwife)     D Sept 16 1887     62yrs
Carlton……Henry T     1860 – 1923
Carlton……John B     D Apr 24 1867     27 yrs 8 mos( Civil War)
Carlton……Rose Ellen (Dau. John B & Sarah Wright)   D Oct 5 1849   5ys
Carlton……Sarah R (Dau)    D July 15 1847    5 yrs 11 mos
Carlton……Susan M (Dau)   D June 19 1847    3 yrs 11 mos
Choate……(See Hodgkins)
Choate……(See Stinson)
Cookson….Caroline (dau of Richard & Mary)
Corliss……Mrs. Mehitable (consort of John Corliss)    D Nov 18 1831   58 yrs
Crocker…..William W      D Mar 4 1911     60 yrs 11 mos
Crocker…….Frances E  (wife)    D Oct 26 1880    27 yrs
Crocker…….William Leonard   D Apr 27 1864     33 yrs l m 17 days
Crocker…….Levi  1828 – 1896
Crocker…….Mary W (wife)   1812 – 1898
Crocker……Warren B (inscription unreadable)
Crocker……George A (inscription unreadable)
Crocker……Henry B (Son-Levi & Dorothy)  D Jan 6 1864   19 yrs 6 mos
Crocker……James M (Son -Levi & Dorothy) D Nov 21 1858    17yrs 7 mos
Crocker……Dorothy (2nd wife Levi)   D Aug 27 1871    65 yrs
Crocker……Wealthy M (1st wife Levi)    D May 12 1834   30 yrs
Crocker……Levi      D Oct 27 1880     76 yrs 10 mos
Crocker……Bassett      D Feb 26 1859     77 yrs
Crocker……Sarah (wife of Bassett)     D Nov 17 1871    88 yrs
Crocker……Almira L     D Oct 16 1852     38yrs
Crocker……Henry R     D at Acapulco  Feb 13 1853     21yrs
Crocker……Samuel M  1833 – 1912
Crocker……Ann M (wife of  Samuel) 1836 – 1922
Eaton………George (son of George W & Susan Eaton)    D May 4 1841    11 yrs
Eaton………Sophronia (daughter of George W & Susan Eaton)  D Mar 3 1844    2yrs 9 mos
Elliott……..Willard E     D (blank)
Elliott……..Alyce (his wife)   D (blank)
Grace……..Margaret see=Mains
Galvin…….Garret (no other info)
Goss………Infant (son of Jacob C & A H Goss)      D May 10 1858   20 days
Harnden…..Mary Preble (dau of Ebenis & Mary Harnden)    D Dec 11 1844    80 yrs
Hathorn…..Maria (Hathorn) Savage (wife of John Savage)
Hathorn…..Seth    B June 6 1783   D July 4 1865
Hathorn…..Namoi (or Naemah)(wife)     B Sept 28 1788    D May 11 1875
Hathorn…..Andrew M     D Mar 2 1847    27yrs
Hathorn…..John P (Hathorne)     D Nov 13 1861   32yrs
Hathorn…..Mrs Rebecca     D July 27 1843    87yrs 6 mos
Hinton……Capt. William      D Mar 23 1871    80 yrs
Hodgkins…Nehemiah     D Feb 14 1873     78 yrs
Hodgkins…Sarah W (his wife)    D May 8 1834    48 yrs
Hodgkins…Catherine M (2nd wife)    D Mar 7 1874    72 yrs
Hodgkins…Martha (Choate) (wife of Capt Thomas Hodgkins)    D May 8 1849   90 Yrs
Hodgkins…Betsy, (dau. of M Choate)   D Mar 21 1844    40yrs
Hodgkins…Martha G (dau of N & S W Hodgkins)    1yr 6 mos
Hodgkins…Capt. Thomas    1825 – 1893
Hodgkins…Martha A   1841 – 1909
Howe……..George S   1839 – 1924
Howe……..Henrietta (his wife)   1847 – 1921
Howe……..Lizzie S (daughter)   D July 12 1881  11yrs
Howe……..Clara A      D Sept 7 1882    17yrs
Johnson…..Fannie Mae    D Apr 1 1880    9 mos
Johnson…..William G     D Dec 15 1857    72 yrs
Johnson…..Elizabeth (wife of William G)    D Feb 26 1875    91yrs 6 mos
Johnson…..William J     D Feb 22 1883    55 yrs 5 mos
Johnson…..Coleman     D Apr 11 1897    79 yrs 4 mos
Johnson…..Mary J     D Oct 9 1895     85yrs 5 mos
Johnson…..Sarah F     B Feb 27 1848    D Aug 13 1904
Johnson…..Lizzie    B 1850 D ?
Leonard…..Mrs. Hannah    D July 26 1833   36 yrs (In memory of)
Lilly………Hannah  (wife of Capt Samuel Lilly)   D Aug 28 1861    82yrs 4 mos
Lilly…..George    D June 9 1842     39 yrs
Line…..Leander (son of James & Mary L Matthews)    D Aug 13 1841    20 yrs 11 mos
Line…..Mrs Mary (Line) Matthews     D Jan 10 1842    41yrs (wife of James Matthews)
Maine…James      D July 2 1863    75yrs 4 mos
Maine…Martha     D Oct 2 1845
Maine…Margaret (wife of James)   D Mar 11 1831   85 yrs
Main….Thomas C    D Aug 13 1883     69 yrs
Main….Jane D (his wife)    D May 11 1884     61 yrs 5 mos
Main….Laura (Dau of Thomas & Jane)    D Jan 29 1867  4 yrs  9 mos
Main….Samuel     D Jan 25 1851  78yrs
Main….Abigail (Wife)    D Aug 11 1870     92yrs 5 mos
Main….Miranda E (Dau of Samuel & Abigail)    D Apr 20 1891    72 yrs
Mains…John     D Nov 23 1889     71yrs 5 mos
Mains…Eunice (his wife)     D June 2 1890    78yrs 14 days
Mains…John      D Nov 23 1889    71yrs 5 mos
Mains…Alfred     D Jan 17 1884    32 yrs 6 mos
Mains…John Boardman  D May 27 1912   59yrs
Mains…Samuel  D June 9 1810  66 yrs
Mains…Margaret (Grace) Mains (his wife) D Mar 14 1831  86 yrs
Mains…Joseph      D Mar 5 1892     71yrs 11 mos
Mains…James McCobb     D Oct 12 1842     59yrs
Mains…Mary (His wife)   D Jan 19 1875     86yrs 5 mos
Mains…Olive    D Sept  8 1889  64 yrs 4 mos
Mains…Beatrice   D Jan 24 1889 75yrs 9 mos
Mains…Stephen (son of James McCobb & Mary Mains)   D 1825
Mains…Stephen C (son of James McCobb & Mary Mains)  D Oct 6 1832
Mains…Alfred McCobb     D May 3 1853    24 yrs 3 mos
Marble..Benjamin F      B   Nov 28 1818  D  Jan 16 1901
Marble..Abigail (his wife)   B   May 2 1820    D July 30 1903
Marble..Millard F (son of Benj & Abigail)   D Nov 177 1897    40 yrs
Marble..Revere A (son of Benj & Abigail)   D Dec 23 1854    5 yrs 9  mos
Marble..Benjamin H (son of Benj & Abigail)    D Jan 30 1847    17 mos
Marble..Leroy F (son of Benj & Abigail)   D Jan 19 1855    2 yrs 9 mos
Marble..Frances A (dau of Benj & Abigail)   D Oct 6 1842   21 mos
Marble..Elvin B (son of Benj & Abigail)    D July 4 1864    12 yrs 3 mos
Marble….Adella F (Adelia)      D Apr 6 1870     8yrs 10 mos
Matthews…Mary Line (wife of James Matthews) D Jan 10 1842    41 yrs
Matthews…Leander (son of James & Mary)   D Aug 13 1841    20 yrs  11 mos
Partridge….Joseph M     D Mar 1883     80 yrs
Partridge…..Nancy C (his wife)    D Jan 23 1885   74 yrs
Partridge…..Elizabeth A (dau of Joseph & Nancy)    D Aug 17 1842     2 mos
Partridge…..Rosetta S (dau of Joseph & Nancy)     D Nov 3 1850    11 m 11 days
Partridge…..Ephriam A     1837 – 1920
Partridge…..Susan McCobb Main (wife of Wm Partridge)  1770-1853
Partridge…..William   (Born in London)  1770-1853
Perkins…….Zilphia (wife of James)      D Sept 20 1854    46 yrs
Powers…….Victoria (dau Maxwell & Phebe Powers)   D Aug 4 1853    10 yrs 4 mos
Powers…….Richard (son of Maxwell & Phebe Powers) D Aug 25 1853 12yrs 10 mos
Powers…….Louisa (Dau of Maxwell & Phebe Powers) D Aug 27 1853 6 yrs 8 mos
Powers…….Maxwell (Son of Maxwell & Phebe Powers)  D Aug 4 1840 2 yrs 3 mos
Preble……..Francis (Trott)  D Mar 24 1868 57 yrs 8 mos 23 days
Preble……..Almira Trott  (his wife)   D Mar 25  1868    48 yrs 1 mos
Preble……..Mary      D Dec 11 1844    89 yrs
Preble……..Almira L (Baker) (wife of Cleveland B Preble)   D Apr 11 1849   24 yrs
Preble……..Joseph      D Mar 1 1853   80 yrs 9 mos (gr.grand parent)
Preble……..Mary (Lovejoy) (Wife)      D Dec 26 1855    63 yrs 8 mos
Pushard…..Stephen (blank)
Pushard…..Alma (Trott) (wife)  1862 – 1941
Pushard…..Alfred (son of Stephen & Alma)
Pushard…..Ransome K (son of Stephen & Alma)    D 1881
Pushard…..Wesley (blank)
Pushard…..Cora (C or G)(dau of Stephen & Alma)   1881 – 1882
Pushard…..Laurence A (son of Stephen & Alma)  1889-1889
Pushard…..Lewis     D Apr 3 1895  90  yrs 11 mos
Pushard…..Hannah (his wife)     D Mar 18 1897     87 yrs 8 mos
Reed………Samuel    D Jan 31 1866    94 yrs
Reed………Lydia (his wife)    D July 25 1846    70 yrs
Reed………Richard (son)    B Sept 13 1803   D Nov 26 1831
Reed………Lydia (dau)    B Mar 16 1819   D June 8 1842
Reed………Gilbert    D July 20 1868    48 yrs 9 mos
Reed………Martha (his wife)   D June 20 1905   80 yrs 6 mos
Reed………Alexander M (son of Gilbert & Martha)   D Oct 20 1873   9 yrs
Reed………Samuel 2nd  B July 17 1855      66 yrs
Reed………Mary W (his wife)(Born Liverpool, Eng)   B Feb 8 1797   D June 6 1831
Reed………Thomas J      D Aug 22 1840  11 yrs
Reed………Ellen G    D Mar 19  1841 11 yrs
Reed………Hannah L    D Sept 2 1843 12 yrs
Reed………Josiah W     D Port au Prince, San. Domingo  Nov 20 1843  21 yrs
Reed………Mary Ann G    D May 25 1849  20 yrs
Reed………Rev. Charles     D June 20 1834   38 yrs
Reed………Amanda (dau of Charles & Clarissa)    D Sept 22 1820 5 yrs
Reed………Paul     D  Aug 23 1889  87 yrs 3 mos
Reed………Caroline (his wife)   D Dec 31 1895  82 yrs 2 mos
Reed………Harriet E (wife of John)  D Apr 13 1848  21 yrs
Reed………Eunice    D Sept 27 1849    99 yrs 8 mos
Reed………Crosby     D Feb 24 1877    70 yrs 5 mos
Reed………Rachael (his wife)   D May 6 1880   73 yrs 6 mos
Reed………David(son)   D June 2 1856 21 yrs  7 mos (On passage from Havanna to Falmouth
Reed………Irving (Son)     D Dec 20 1859    19 yrs 9 mos
Reed………Hiram (son)    D Oct 25 1864    26yrs 11 mos
Reed………Helen A  (dau)  D June 19 1883   24 yrs
Reed………Lizzie S (dau)  D Mar 20 1888    52 yrs
Reed………Mary (Brookings)   B Dec 17 1847    D Sept 24 1896
Reed………John M    D Oct 26 1861    91 yrs
Reed………Susan (his wife)     D Dec 7 1826    48 yrs
Reed………Anna (2nd wife of John)    D  July 26 1855    75 yrs
Reed………Catherine M    D Nov 26 1878    78 yrs 4 mos
Reed………Richard J     B Sept 13 1803   D Nov 20 1831
Reed………Lydia   B Mar 16  1819   D June 8  1842
Savage…….John  (blank)
Savage…….Maria (wife of Hathorn) (blank)
Savage…….Thomas C   1839 – 1906
Savage…….Lester L     1869 – 1900
Savage…….Sammie J   1873 – 1879
Savage…….Minnie M   1877 – 1882
Savage…….Roger S  1866 – 1940
              Scolley…….Emma L  1884 – 1929
Scott………Ann (Mrs) (Born  Liverpool Eng)   D July 5 1854    82 yrs
Sewell…….Mary O (dau. Rev Jotham & Rachael C Sewell)   D Aug 15 1848    21 yrs
Small……..Elbridge G      B Sept 30 1840   D May 15 1892
Starkey……Henry  1810 – 1835
Starkey……Joanna (wife)  1808 – 1847
Steele……..William J     D Feb 22 1883    58 yrs 5 mos
Steele……..Loisa (dau Wm G & Elizabeth)  D at Sommerville Mass. June 10 1850  22 yrs 6 mos
              Steele…..William G   D Dec 15  1857    72 yrs
Steele…..Elizabeth (Wife of Wm G)  D Feb 26 1875  91 yrs 6 mos
Steele…..Caroline F   D Aug 19 1891   55 yrs 9 mos
Steele…..Louisa(Dau. Wm G & Elizabeth  Steele) D June 10 1850 Sommerville Mass 22 yrs 6m
Steele…..Margaret(Dau Wm G & Betsy Steele)    D Feb 11 1846    31 yrs
Stewart…Joseph B    D Jan 28 1853   16 mos
Stewart…George F    D Sept 7 1855   9 mos
Stewart…Sarah E    D  Dec 13 1849   2yrs
Stinson…John   D Oct 22  1861   76 yrs
Stinson…Washington   D Mar 25 1842  18 yrs
Stinson…Martha (Choate)   B Feb 5 1820   D Jan 13 1908
Stinson…Thomas  Mass.Mil.Revol. War (gov’t stone)
Stinson…George  D Mar 30 1902   84 yrs 2 mos
Stinson…Louisa H (his wife)   D Apr 2 1889   67 yrs
Stinson…Hattie E   D July 28 1860   3 yrs
Stinson…Melville G    D June 19 1854   7 mos       
Thwing…John Esq.    D Aug 10 1848
Thwing…Sarah (his wife)   D  Dec 7 1870   75 yrs 10 mos
Thwing…Isaac    D Jan 20 1876  72 yrs 1 mos 2 days
Thwing…Sarah (his wife)   D Oct 16 1839  37yrs 7 mos  8 days
Thwing…Eliza White  ( 2nd wife Isaac)  1808 – 1897
Thwing…Isabella    B Feb 8 1829  D May 15 1908
Thwing…Sarah (Dau Isaac & Sarah)  1832 – 1886
Thwing…Mary E (Dau Isaac & Sarah)  1835 – 1904
Thwing…William P   D Sept 29 1840    1 yr 5 mos
Thwing…Rachael N    D Jan 14 1842   5 yrs 1 mos
Trott……Alma L (wife of G D Trott)  1850-1917
Trott……Clyde and Eva (children of Alma) (no dates)
Trott……Gersham David   1867 – 1946
Trott……Delmar David  (son of Alma & Gersham)  1904 – 1945
Trott……Jane    D Mar 29 1867   85 yrs 11 mos
Trott……Mehitable    D Sept 18 1847   64 yrs
Trott……Emma Augusta (dau of Wm & Caroline)   D Nov 12 1841   6 mos
Trott……Susanna    D Aug 2 1867   70 yrs 6 mos
Trott……Mary   D May 6 1850  49 yrs
Trott……Esther S  D Oct 23 1846  48 yrs
Trott……Samuel Esq   D May 3 1854  81 yrs 8 mos
Trott……Hannah (wife of  Samuel) D Dec 27 1846  80yrs
Trott……Capt Charles    D Aug 28 1830  35yrs
Trott……Joanna (his wife)  D Dec 5 1876 81 yrs 4 mos
Trott……Charles C (son of Capt Charles & Joanna)  D Aug 31 7 yrs
Trott……Louisa (dau of Capt Charles & Joanna)  D Oct 23 1849 22 yrs
Trott……Hiriam (son)  (lost at Sea)    Dec 1862  41 yrs
Trott……Theodore    D Apr 3 1823   2 yrs 7 mos
Trott……Hannah    D Apr 15  1822   1 yr
Trott……William J   D Sept 4 1825   2 mos
Trott……Sarah C    D Oct 5 1843   21 yrs
Trott……Eliza A  D  Sept 10 1838  21 yrs
Trott……David  D Aug 30 1840  46 yrs
Trott……Mehitable (his wife)  D May 30 1886  86 yrs
Trott……Martha   D Apr 13 1855  66 yrs
Trott……Ann   D Mar 24 1851  66 yrs
Trott……Lemuel C   D Feb 19  1860  49 yrs 9 mos
Trott……Hannah B (his wife)  D Oct 26 1854   38 yrs 7 mos
Trott……Charles H (son of Lemuel & Hannah)  D Mar 27 1855   1 yr 6 mos
Trott……John A (son of Lemuel & Hannah) D Sept  22 1862    22 yrs
Trott……Abby H (dau of Lemuel & Hannah)  D June 25 1869   23 yrs 4 mos
True……Phebe (wife of William True)  D Feb 28 1880   80 yrs 8 mos
True……John W    D Mar 18 1855   25 yrs 2 mos
White….Martha O    D July 11 1840    29 yrs 18 days
White….George P    D Mar 28 1856   18 yrs
White…..Isaac    D Sept 14 1867  22 yrs
White…..Philip    D  1833
White…..Abigail    D 1842
White…..Mary B    D Apr 1838   26 yrs
White…..Isabella Bates     D Dec 9 1828   29 yrs
White…..Theodore     D Oct 17 1853   49 yrs
White…..Mary D (wife of Theodore)    D Oct 17 1849   44 yrs

Tallapoosa County, Alabama Notes

The following information comes from loose notes that I have accumulated over the years which provides information on various Partridge and variant surnames of Tallapoosa County, Alabama. Many of these names I have not yet been able to connect to the Partridge Family Tree and I am hoping for assistance.

If you know of who any of these individuals are please let me know by commenting in the comments section below. If I come to later identify any of these people in the Partridge Family Tree through your help, or on my own, then I will simply link their name to their respective spot in the data.

Rock Springs Baptist Church Cemetery

Michael A. Partridge, son of S.M. & Gladys Partridge 2 May 1942 – 1 Jun 1942. “Another little angel”
Dwight Partridge, 29 Sep 1938 – 10 Aug 1946. “In loving memory”


Sarah Francis Partridge, 1850 – 1912. “mama”
Lavonia Roberter Partridge, 1871 – 1960. “mama”
Jesse Wesley Partridge, 1874 – 1970. “papa”
Iris Mae Partridge, 1889 – 1912. “mama”


Obrie Manning Duffey, 29 May 1891 – 2 Oct 1970.
Ruby Partridge, 26 Aug 1890 – 13 Sep 1974.

– extracted from their headstones on 7 May 1989 by Dennis N. Partridge

Unknown Cemetery

C. Akins Partridge, wife of Wes Partridge
Infant of C. Akins and Wes Partridge
Infant of (son) Brooks and Nancy Partridge
Infant Partridge, son of John and Clara Partridge, 11 May 1923 – 11 May 1923

– The previous unmarked graves were identified by Mrs. C.D. Yarbrough and Mrs. John Partridge, Alexander City, AL.

Alabama Mortality Schedule 1850

  1. Patridge, Matthew 15m, b. GA, d. August 1850 of fever – 7 days.

Mobile County, Alabama Notes

The following information comes from loose notes that I have accumulated over the years which provides information on various Partridge and variant surnames of Mobile County, Alabama. Many of these names I have not yet been able to connect to the Partridge Family Tree and I am hoping for assistance.

If you know of who any of these individuals are please let me know by commenting in the comments section below. If I come to later identify any of these people in the Partridge Family Tree through your help, or on my own, then I will simply link their name to their respective spot in the data.

Lumber River Scots + their Descendants
by John Edwin Purcell II
pub. 1942, by Wm Bryd Press, Inc. Richmond, VA

John Abda Purcell, 2nd child and oldest son of Harrison (Malcolm2, John1) Purcell and Margaret V. Clayton, b. 10 Oct 1880 and d. 30 Aug 1907. He was a young man of outstanding character. He was a civil engineer and was employed by the Central of Georgia Railway Company, and later by the Illinois Central. He m. Ada Mabel Partridge of Mobile, AL. Ada was probably related to the Mobile Families. Issue:

  1. John Abda Purcell II, b. 9 Aug 1907. He graduated from John Hopkins University in the class of 1930 and is in 1942 the gas engineering business. He is a member of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. He m. Dolly Swartz of Philadelphia, PA in 1935. They lived in Elkton, MD, where he was in charge of the electric and gas plants.

Ada Mabel m. 2nd, Carlton C. Hess and resided in Mobile, Mobile, AL.

Chambers County, Alabama Notes

The following information comes from loose notes that I have accumulated over the years which provides information on various Partridge and variant surnames of Chambers County, Alabama. Many of these names I have not yet been able to connect to the Partridge Family Tree and I am hoping for assistance.

If you know of who any of these individuals are please let me know by commenting in the comments section below. If I come to later identify any of these people in the Partridge Family Tree through your help, or on my own, then I will simply link their name to their respective spot in the data.

New Hope Christian Church
County Rd 86, south of Abanda

  1. Partridge, ?????????? 1872/1877

Langdale Cemetery

  1. Partridge, W.N. 8 Sep. 1867/– Apr. —-
  2. Partridge, Sankey T. 8 Nov 1848/27 Nov 1903

Chamber County Marriages

  1. p. 20 Henry R. Partridge to Miss C.R.W. Jarvis 26 December 1839, by Booker Lawson, J.P. Jon W. Jarvis L.S.
  2. p. 69 John W. Partridge to Cynthia T. Penton; J.W. Partridge and W.H. Penton signed bond 21 December 1848 – incomplete.
  3. p. 75 William Partridge to Martha M. Hoy (Hay) 3 January 1849, by Jesse Carpenter; Thomas J. Harmon, L.S. James J. Harmon, witness.
  4. p. 92 Tom O. Partridge to Mary A.E. Turner 26 December 1850, by William Graggs, J.P.; Middleton Adams L.S.
  5. p. 107 James H. Adams to Mary C. Partridge, 23 December 1852, by William Graggs, J.P.; William Adams L.S.
  6. p. 122 James M. Partridge to Missouri A. Turner 15 October 1854, George S. Turner, J.P.; Robert Turner L.S.
  7. p. 123 William H. Lansford to Amanda Partridge at the Thomas Partridge House 14 December 1854, William Graggs, J.P.; Henry Lansford L.S.


  1. p. 203 Sanky F. Partridge to Harriet C. Walton, 29 March 1868; E.E. Hunter, J.P. At the residence of Hiram Sanders.
  2. p. 220 John C.W. Partridge to Sarah F. Rice, at the residence of B. Keel, 27 December 1870, William R. Knight.
  3. p. 276 Seaborn F. Partridge to Sarah N. Sorrells, 4 December 1879 by J.D. Elder, MG at the bride’s parents home.
  4. p. 336 J.M. Partridge to Susie Osborn 25 December 1889 by J.R. Elder, M.G.; at William M. Partridge L.S.

Chambers County Track Book
By Ruth Royal Crump
pg. 29

  1. Section 6; 80 acres; Thomas Partridge, 2 January 1837, #6067- # of certificate of warrant.

Alabama Mortality Schedule 1850

  1. Patridge, Sarah 15f, b. GA, d. December 1850 of scarlet fever – 7 days.
  2. Patridge, Julian 9f, b. GA, d. December 1850 of scarlet fever – 10 days.
  3. Patridge, Charles 7m, b. GA, d. December 1850 of scarlet fever – 18 days.