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Elbert Melton

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Re: Elbert Melton

Posted: 12 Sep 2012 11:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Melton, Milton
Good points.
1860 census then suggests that our friend's ancestors were brought to Texas as slaves, probably by a Henry Melton born about 1791 in Georgia.
1850 places Henry Melton in Randolph County, Alabama with 3 slaves, 2 teenagers and an infant. Can't tell from the census how those 3 might relate to the slaves seen with Henry in 1860 Texas.

I'm very unfamiliar with slave records, but some research in Falls, Texas and Randolph, Alabama could possibly turn something up.

This tree (http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/40068240/person/19445299293/m...)
links to a couple of documents relating to the history of Henry Milton/Melton. If any slave records are found, some of the bits of info relating to Henry might help to sort them out.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Sereniti2012 25 Aug 2012 4:29AM GMT 
scottreynolds... 27 Aug 2012 4:53AM GMT 
Sereniti2012 12 Sep 2012 9:45PM GMT 
Sereniti2012 12 Sep 2012 9:47PM GMT 
HL2604 12 Sep 2012 10:55PM GMT 
Sereniti2012 13 Sep 2012 4:03AM GMT 
scottreynolds... 13 Sep 2012 5:45AM GMT 
scottreynolds... 13 Sep 2012 6:09AM GMT 
Sereniti2012 13 Sep 2012 6:51AM GMT 
HL2604 13 Sep 2012 2:59PM GMT 
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