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James S. "Jim" Vanderford (4121)

Grandson: Thomson Vanderford (3051)
Adopted by
Father: James Vanderford (3052)
Mother: Mary B. Rhodes


b. August 1, 1876 in Etowa County, Alabama [H.B. Vanderford]

dc. 1970 in Bessemer, Alabama [H.B. Vanderford]

m. Nov. 7, 1897 in Winston County, Alabama, Dora A. "Davie" Davis, b. 1875 in Alabama [census-Ala], d. March 28, 1959 in Jefferson County, Alabama. [ancestry-AL]

Issue: [WiC births] & [census-Ala]

William, b. Sept. 15, 1898, d. Oct. 25, 1899 buried in Union Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Winston County, Alabama [usgennet]

John Murphy (5125), b. May 20, 1900

Essie, b. June 3, d. Sept 1903 buried at the Union Grove Missionary Baptist Church, Winston County, Alabama [usgennet]

Levi S. (5132), b. 1904

Floyd R.oosevelt, b. Feb. 27, 1906 in Alabama, d. Jan. 29, 1986 in Escambia, Florida [AA]

girl, b. Sept. 29, 1908 in Winston County, Alabama, d. young

Ophie D. (boy), b. Dec. 1909 in Alabama

Ona L. (girl), b. Aug. 26, 1911 in Winston County, Alabama

m2. 1962, ---- [H.B. Vanderford]

Information:

1899-1926:
Jim was a school teacher. [H.B. Vanderford]

1900:
Jim was renting a farm in Biler Road Township, Winston County, Alabama. [census-Ala]

1909-1913:
Jim was the Superintendent of Education in Winston County, Alabama. [H.B. Vanderford]

1910:
Jim owned his home and was a retail merchant in Double Springs, Winston County, Alabama. [census-Ala]

1920:
Jim was farming in Haleyville, Winston County, Alabama. He had a mortgage on his farm. [census-Ala]

1930:
Jim was living on Jefferson Street in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. He was working as a filterer. [census-Ala]


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