Orangeburgh District Migrations
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Migration of Griffin L. HOGAN and Jennett DEBARDELEBEN
1. Griffin L. HOGAN He married on 22 Sep 1829 Jennett DEBARDELEBEN, born 8 Jan 1812 in St. Matthews, Orangeburg District, South Carolina; died in Alabama, daughter of Arthur Franz Ferdinand VON BARDELEBEN and Margaret [---].
Children of Griffin L. HOGAN and Jennett DEBARDELEBEN were as follows:
a. Frances Jeanette HOGAN . She married on 15 Nov 1849 in Autauga County, Alabama Berry TATUM, born 26 Mar 1829 in Autauga County, Alabama, son of Peter E. TATUM and Martha GAUSE.
Notes for Berry TATUM: Berry Tatum, the well-known wholesale grocer of Montgomery, Ala was born in Autauga county, March 26, 1829, and educated by Maj. Holdsby, and Maj. A. V. Brumby, the latter a West Point graduate. Leaving school when about eighteen years of age, Mr. Tatum went to clerking in Montgomery until 1849, and then farmed until 1854; next he went to Montgomery and went into the wholesale grocery business, wheich he had carried on every since, except two years during the was (1863-4 and part of 1865) and in the latter year resumed business. Mr. Tatum was married November 15, 1849 to Francis Jennette Hogan, daughter of Griffin L. Hogan, of South Carolina, and to them were born seven children, of whom five survive, as follows: E. G.; H. H.; William; Griffin, and Berry, all residents of Montgomery. Mr. Tatum has served as president and vice-president of the Capital City Insurance company, as well as two terms as councilman in Montgomery, before the war, having had then, as he has now, the full confidence of the community. He is a K. T. Mason and a consistent member of the Baptist church. Peter E. Tatum, the father of Berry Tatum, was born in Green County, Ga about 1797, and came to Alabma with his parents when a youth. The parents first located in Old Town, Montgomery County, and afterward moved to Autauga County and in 1836 moved back to Montgomery County, and afterward moved to Autauga County, and in 1836 moved back to Montgomery County. Peter E. Tatum was one of the commisioners appointed to convey the Seminole Indians from Florida to Arkansas. He was married about 1822 to Martha Gause, and to them were born eleven children, of whom four lived to maturity as follows: Mary, deceased wife of R. M. Hall, also deceased; Rebecca J., deceased wife of Alfred G. Hall, also deceased; Howell of Belton, Texas, and Berry, of Montgomery, Alabama. Peter E. Tatum died about 1836, and his widow in 1854. Howell Tatum, grandfather of Berry Tatum, was born in Georgia and was one of the first settlers of Alabama, coming with the Bibbs and other of that early day. The Tatum ancestors in American were three brothers who came from northern Ireland prior to the Revolution, two of whom settled in Virginia; one of these moved to Georgia and from him Berry Tatum has descended.
Information provided by Gene Jeffries 11 Apr 2000.
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