Alsobrook Family History & Genealogy

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  • James 4.5%
  • William 3.0%
  • Mary 2.6%
  • Charles 2.3%
  • John 1.5%
  • David 1.4%
  • Bobby 1.2%
  • Robert 1.2%
  • Elizabeth 0.9%
  • Patricia 0.9%
  • Sidney 0.8%
  • Morris 0.8%
  • Thomas 0.8%
  • Harold 0.8%
  • Edward 0.8%
  • Mildred 0.7%
  • Douglas 0.7%
  • Stephen 0.7%
  • Pamela 0.7%
  • Virginia 0.7%

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Amberly Alsobrook My grandfathers name is Paul Jeffrey Harris-Alsobrook who was adopted by Emma (1903-1997)and Keely Alsobrook in 1956 where they lived in Dallas county. Paul took Keely's last name. Paul Alsobrook married Peggy Love and they had 3 sons Ricky Alsobrook, Jeff Alsobrook, and Kirk Alsobrook Sr. Ricky Alsobrook married Kitty Alsobrook, who had 3 sons- Sean Alsobrook, Michael Alsobrook, and Derrick Alsobrook. Jeff Alsobrook had one daughter- Paula Alsobrook. Kirk Alsobrook Sr. had four children-Kirk Alsobrook Jr., Amberly Alsobrook, Kyle Alsobrook, and Haley Alsobrook.
Apr 06, 2008 · Reply
Rosalyn Alsobrook William M Alsobrook, parents unknown, was born about 1830 in Darlington District, South Carolina. He married Sue Ann Snow about 1849 and lived in Dyer County, Tennessee with a young family headed by Alfred Pitts. By 1857, William and Ann and their children live in Oak Grove, Carroll Parrish, Louisiana and William is a landowner by 1859. In February 1862, he donated part of his land for a school. Two months later, he joined the CSA--Company A, Regiment 31, Division, LA. Eight months later, on Christmas Day, he died of the "flux" at Vicksburg, Mississippi. He was only a dozen or so miles from home, but too ill to go home. His grave site is unknown, but should be either Vicksburg, or Oak Grove. His wife had to have been with child at the time of his death because in 1870, her daughter, Mary, was 7 years old in that census. Ann never remarried and tried to hang on to the land and take care of her children, but with no outside source of income, she slowly had to sell off land to take care of her children. Eventually, she sold it all and moved with some of her adult children to Arkansas. She lived to be 95 years old and outlived at least three of her children. The youngest, Mary McCall Alsobrook, disappeared from records in the 1870s. I don't know if that was due to a death or a marriage, changing her last name and making her impossible to find.
Apr 09, 2008 · Reply