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My Colbert County families : Lanes, Prides, Goodloes, Rutlands, and Bartons

Mary Alexander Lollar ; preface by W. Rutland Cunningham
Lollar, Mary Alexander (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Alabama? : s.n., 1977?]
[4], 130 [i.e. 142] p. : ill., coats of arms, geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Ancestral families, relatives, and some descendants of the author's grandparents, Wells P. and Susan Turner Goodloe Rutland. Wells P. Rutland (1849-1918) was born at Buzzard Roost, Alabama, the son of John W. Rutland (1808-1884) and Margaret Ann Barton Rutland (1813- 1855). He married Susan Turner Goodloe in 1873. They had seven children, 1874-1889. After her death, he married 2) Maggie Doss (1866-1929). They had a son born in 1899. John W. Rutland died at Jasper, Alabama, and was buried at Cherokee, Alabama. Susan Turner Goodloe (1851-1896) was born at Lane Springs, Alabama, the daughter of Robert Atlas Goodloe (1814-1892) and Mary Lane Goodloe (1817- 1874). She died in Colbert County, Alabama.

Ancestors include: Richard Lane, who emigrated from England to Jamestown in 1625; Edward Mitchell Pride (1755-1839), a Revolutionary War soldier of Wake County, North Carolina, and Franklin County, Alabama; George Goodloe (1639-1710) of Aspall, Lancashire, England, and Middlesex County, Virginia; James Rutland (fl. 1708-1732) of North Carolina; and Thomas Barton (fl. 1747) of England and Pennsylvania.

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