Orangeburgh District Migrations
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Migration of Henry FRIDAY
1. Henry FRIDAY, born abt 1760 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina; died aft 1850 in Alabama He married unknown.
Notes for Henry FRIDAY: Henry Friday (age 90) in the 1850 Ala. census; wife Catherine (age 88) in 1850 (probably 2nd wife). However, the parents are speculative, not proven. This Henry could have a brother George in Tuscaloosa Co. AL. Both could be son of David or Martin Friday in SC?
Children of Henry FRIDAY were as follows:
a. Nancy FRIDAY, born abt 1801 in South Carolina; died Oct 1871 in Alabama. She married Daniel TERRY.
b. Reuben FRIDAY, born abt 1803 in South Carolina; buried in Itawamba County, Misssissippi. He married on 11 Dec 1834 in Perry County, Alabama Elizabeth GREEN.
c. John FRIDAY, born abt 1805 in South Carolina; died bef Oct 1863 in Perry County, Alabama. He married on 1 Sep 1833 in Perry County, Alabama Nancy GREEN.
d. Leroy G. FRIDAY, born abt 1809 in South Carolina; died 11 Apr 1895 in Dallas County, Alabama. He married on 14 Sep 1837 in Perry County, Alabama Jamina WILLIAMS, born 24 Apr 1813 in North Carolina; died 26 Feb 1877 in Dallas County, Alabama. Leroy was administrator of his brother Henry's estate.
e. Henry FRIDAY, born abt 1810 in South Carolina; died 13 May 1867 in Dallas County, Alabama. Southern Claims Commission file, #16726; case file #3669 (1872).
f. Sarah FRIDAY, born 9 Jan 1814 in South Carolina; died 17 Feb 1890 in Dallas County, Alabama. She married abt 1831 in Perry County, Alabama Sampson Jacob ONEAL.
Information provided by Gene Jeffries 11 Apr 2000.
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