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On 5 Apr 1837 Jeremiah bought land in Barbour County.  It was Section 2, Township 13 N, range 27 E.  I happen to believe that this was OUR elusive Jeremiah.  On 8 Apr 1837, he bought another part of that same section. A Joseph Cobb (which may have been Mary's (daughter of Jeremiah) husband) purchased land on 10 Apr 1837 in Barbour County.  It was Secion 33, Township 13 N, range 27 E.

On 5 Apr 1837 land was purchased in Barbour County.  It was Section 14, Township 13 N, range 26.  This piece of property was purchased by William Cloud.  Who was this WILLIAM who purchased land on the same day as Jeremiah, within spitting distance?  Could he have been a brother to Jeremiah?  Or could this have been the son?  It couldn't have been William J, cause William J was born in 1825.

Alabama Township 13N, range 27E ....  Jeremiah was up in the NW corner and McDades and Cobbs were down on the bottom in the south central area.   Sitting around him are the following surnames:  Battle, Shorter, Munnalyn, Wright, Stell, Smith, Hoxey, Warren, Allen.

 

A William Cloud bought land in Barbour County
       SENW  Section 14, Township 13N, Range 26 E, 5 Apr 1837

Also, Binell Whittington bought land in Barbour County

        NENW,  Section 14, Township 13N, Range 26 E, 1 Jun 1845

See the Alabama Land Transactions

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