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Name: Marian Franklin <owl@mcn.org>
Date: 2014-04-04
URL of your Genealogy Related Website www.wattshaysletters.com
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer possibly
Comments:
The Watts Hays Letters has many letters written by Margaret Jane (Watts) Hays Overstreet b. 1836 Washington Co., KY. She was a granddaughter of Sarah Stubblefield b. abt 1760 VA who m. Richard Watts. The couple lived in Wilkes Co., NC in 1790, probably on Bugaboo Creek near her grandmother, Ann Wyatt Stubblefield who died in abt. 1787. Sarah's parents are unknown. Five of us descendants have had autosomal DNA tests. We are working with another group of Stubblefield descendants who's ancestor was Nancy Stubblefield b. 1800 SC or TN, husband unknown Stubblefield, possibly John. Nancy Stubblefield lived in Alabama then migrated to Tennessee before going to California. We are all genetic cousins as at least one or more of their group is a atdna match with at least one or more of our group.

I have put the pedigrees of all of our atdna 'Stubblefield' genetic matches in a file at WorldConnect (Stubblefielddna). Please write if you would like more information on atdna testing or would like to see if you are related.

 

Name: Allece Lamb Falkner <allece,falkner@att.net>
Date: 2013-07-27
Comments:
I have the family lines of John O. Lamb, Sr. and Sammie Patterson Lamb. You might check Ed Lamb on Facebook.
 

Name: Barbara W. Brown <bwtaylorbrown@gmail.com>
Date: 2013-06-17
URL of your Genealogy Related Website Ancestry
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces No
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer No
Comments:
I am the gggrandaughter of Martha "Patsey" Stubblefield and Samuel Taylor.
 

Name: Stewart Paul stubblefield <stewby117@gmail.com>
Date: 2013-04-30
Comments:
Looking for more on the stubblefield family
 

Name: Mary Diane Frank Gibbs <clutchkz@aol.com>
Date: 2012-11-21
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes
Comments:
Generation 4...
Grace Atherton(my Grandmother) m. William Ennis Armstrong (supposedly, she was 'excommunicated' from family when she married Ennis and moved to Texas)

Children: Grace Olene Armstrong #my mother#
Billie Jean Armstrong
James Armstong
William Ennis Armstong Jr.
Anne Shirley Armstrong
I've just begun to research but this was very interesting to find. If anyone can offer any help, I'd appreciate it!

 

Name: Diane Frank Gibbs <clutchkz@aol.com>
Date: 2012-10-30
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes
Comments:
My Grandmother, Grace Atherton, appears to have been the daughter of Nathan Lee Atherton and Effie Forest Williams.
She married William Ennis Armstrong. My mother, Grace Olene Armstrong was one of their children. I'm just beginning this process and would appreciate any help. Thanks, Diane Gibbs

 

Name: kerry mcgrauth <tigger3709@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-10-11
URL of your Genealogy Related Website my grandfather
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
my name is kerry mcgrauth.my grandfathers name was william allen stubblefield born on june 1st 1889-1890,he changed his last name to mcgrauth?.he died in sept 1969 in palo alto iowa. well i would love to know who was his dad and mom and family,if you know please contact me at tigger3709@yahoo.com thanks.ps he was born in springfeild missouri?.
 

Name: kerry mcgrauth <tigger3709@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-10-11
URL of your Genealogy Related Website my grandfather
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
my name is kerry mcgrauth.my grandfathers name was william allen stubblefield born on june 1st 1889-1890,he changed his last name to mcgrauth?.he died in sept 1969 in palo alto iowa. well i would love to know who was his dad and mom and family,if you know please contact me at tigger3709@yahoo.com thanks.
 

Name: Linda Atherton McPeal <teletec315@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-09-06
URL of your Genealogy Related Website none yet
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
Try to located information on the Athertons my father Elliott Eugene Atherton, my grandfather David C Atherton, my great grandfather Cornelius Atherton, his spouse Jane R. Cornelius born in Ohio. Thank You, Linda
 

Name: Debbie Newell <mysticangel_56@yahoo.com>
Date: 2012-04-16
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Comments:
Was looking for any info relating to William Stubblefield born 1650 in Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire, England...Do you have any info as to who his parents were? He was married to a Annys....Any info would be appreciated. My ggrandmother was Elizabeth "Tow" Stubblefield married Charles Calloway Cooper Newell.

Respectfully
Debra I Newell

 

Name: Anita Frances Atherton Petrich <apetrich@sti.net>
Date: 2012-01-02
Comments:
Would love to connect again.
Anita

 

Name: Anita Frances Atherton Petrich <apetrich@sti.net>
Date: 2012-01-02
Comments:
Would love to connect again.
Anita

 

Name: Penny Stubblefield <holt.penny@rocketmail.com>
Date: 2011-12-23
URL of your Genealogy Related Website ?
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Comments:
Just trying to see if there were any other Stubblefields related to me that I was unaware of...thank you
 

Name: pam martin <verpam@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2011-11-30
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Comments:
need information on James Clark b-d dates and his lineages married Polly Stubblefield b1805 Tn.need her lineages
thanks Pam Martin

 

Name: Robert Glenn Stubblefield <stubbcon@mac.com>
Date: 2011-11-13
URL of your Genealogy Related Website no
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
My Great Great Great Grandfather was George, born in Halifax,
Virginia 7/6/1780. Great Great Grandfather was Robert Loxley,
born in Warren Co. Tenn. 5/14/1801. Great Grandfather was
Isaac Newton born in Warren Co. Tenn. 11/13/1826. Grandfather
was Garfield born in Barry County, Missouri 7/18/1878. Father
William Maxwell born Denver, Colo. 3/31/18.

 

Name: madison <luv-vatech@live.com>
Date: 2011-09-08
Comments:
I am the great great great granddaughter of Lemuel Stubblefield (1826/7-1884) and Angeline Davis (1833- ?), they were married 8-26-1849 in GA. Does anyone have any information on them? Been research most of this year and by the end of the year plan to visit locales. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.Hope all of you are having as much fun with your geneology as I am.
 

Name: madison <luv-vatech@live.com>
Date: 2011-09-08
Comments:
I am the great great great granddaughter of Lemuel Stubblefield (1826/7-1884) and Angeline Davis (1833- ?), they were married 8-26-1849 in GA. Does anyone have any information on them? Been research most of this year and by the end of the year plan to visit locales. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.Hope all of you are having as much fun with your geneology as I am.
 

Name: William K. Stubblefield <stub5@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-08-19
URL of your Genealogy Related Website none
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer ?
Comments:
My Direct Line: William-1570-1629/30; Symon-1629-1688; George-1675-1715; Robert-1702-1775; Richard-1732-1805; Richard C.-1763-1847; Beverley B.-1802-1873; William Jefferson-1830-1874; Walter Watt-1859-1936; William Nathaniel-1899-1965-William K.-1934-
 

Name: Jennifer <Jcapelli@windstream.net>
Date: 2011-08-11
Comments:
Great great-granddaughter to Martha Lock(e)'s sister Elizabeth G. Lock(e) and Josiah Stubblefield's brother David Jackson Stubblefield
 

Name: James L. Kelley <jkelley57@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-08-03
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
I am searching for Susan Stubblefield who was married to Frank Kelley. She was born in South Carolina and died in San Augustine, Texas around 1920(?) I can use any information if someone can help, thanks.
 

Name: Melissa Raibley <mmraibley@cablelynx.com>
Date: 2011-05-27
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
Nicholas is my fathers ancestor. Nicholas was married to Elizabeth Kearse (Oct. 10, 1755) / John,Jr. (b. July 11, 1781) was married to Elizabeth Cooksey. Their children were:James Cooksey,Sallie,George,Thomas,Rebecca,Minirvia, Elizabeth,(Cornelius?)Neil, John, and Enoch. I have a copy of The Fisher Line book that my mom helped Betty Cox compile. I haven't looked over all of your info yet, but hope this helps. This family has so many names that are repeated from generation to generation it gets really confusing.
 

Name: Jean M Cuevas <jeanmayfield@comcast.net>
Date: 2011-04-15
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces I am hoping!
Comments:
Seeking Stubblefield family of Helena, MT. I am helping my cousin in her search for her biological father and any family of his. She found out less than two weeks ago that her father was a James Stubblefield, who grew up around Helena, and would be about 80+, if he is living. Having never known who he was until now, she,of course, has a strong wish to learn of her Stubblefield roots, and perhaps meet some of that side of her family. The James Stubblefield in question was married to Jettie Gibson in about 1963-64 in Reno,NV. He lived for a period of time in Roseburg, OR. His family owned a ranch and tavern in the Helena area. Praying for a break in a very difficult search! Thank You.
 

Name: Sarah Stubblefield Rogers <srogers49@carolina.rr.com>
Date: 2011-04-02
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces No
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer No
Comments:
Are you related to Stubblefields from Hancock or Hamblen counties in Tenn.?
 

Name: jenita stubblefoeld <jenitastubblefield@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-02-25
URL of your Genealogy Related Website ancestry.com
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces a little information
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes i have information
Comments:
my grandfather was charlie stubblefield born in 1911 in arkansas. my father is carlton stubblefield sr.also born in little rock.my grandfather was married five times and has 21 children. i have not been able to track down any of his children yet.
 

Name: Curtis B.Stubblefield <www.trichoppin@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-02-13
Comments:
Just found this
 

Name: Patricia Stubblefield <kittymix2000@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-02-13
URL of your Genealogy Related Website http://www.myheritage.com/site-3912752/stubblefield
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces not sure
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
I'm looking for some missing pieces in this crazy so called Stubblefield family. I am one of 5 children of Alvin Stubblefield Sr. and Linda Lawson Stubblefield. My grandparents were George Stubblefield and Julia Macaroski Stubblefield. My great grandparents were Henry and Sarah Stubblefield. My father was married before he married my mother and he had 4 children: Allen, Susan, Pamela, and Steven Stubblefield. If anyone has any information that would help me further our family tree please feel free to email me @ kittymix2000@yahoo.com.

Thanks,
Patricia

 

Name: John Scott Stubblefield <tvrgeek@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-01-14
Comments:
Of the Texas Stubblefields. Last of the line.
 

Name: Tim Stubblefield <tullahomafire@msn.com>
Date: 2011-01-13
Comments:
Just looking for relatives.
 

Name: Larry Lee <ldlee.az@gmail.com>
Date: 2010-12-06
URL of your Genealogy Related Website none
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
I was looking to find info about the Lee Cemetery on the Stubblefield Farm, Cassville. Barry, MO. My gg-grandfather Isaac Lee and his wife Frances "Fanny" are buried there.

I am trying to find which Stubblefield owned the farm in Nov. 1866 when he died. Also trying to determine Frances' maiden name.

I think they may have traveled from TN to MO together.

I really enjoyed your website!

 

Name: Stewart P Stubblefield <snmstubb@earthlink.net>
Date: 2010-09-06
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces not sure
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer nost sure
Comments:
I know that my family lineage started in Illinoise.
 

Name: Monica DeWitt <dewittmonica74@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-07-25
URL of your Genealogy Related Website Kenneth J Stubblefield
Comments:
Looking for relatives of my grandfather, Kenneth Stubblefield. He was born in New Mexico but lived in California most of his life, his father and mother were Omar and Kate, who came from Coffey County Kansas.
 

Name: Linda Atherton McPeak <teletec315@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-07-23
Comments:
Just started searching. Have very little information. My dad Elliot Eugene Atherton, my g-parents David and Grace (Cox). Think there was two girls, (Bonnie and Martha) and one son (Elliot).

Your site is very nice. Thank You

 

Name: Linda Atherton McPeak <teletec315@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-07-23
Comments:
Just started searching. Have very little information. My dad Elliot Eugene Atherton, my g-parents David and Grace (Cox). Think there was two girls, (Bonnie and Martha) and one son (Elliot).

Your site is very nice. Thank You

 

Name: shantel runnels <shantelwilliams916@yahoo.com>
Date: 2010-06-10
Comments:
I am looking for a JOHNNY STUBBLEFIELD BORN JUNE 28TH 1955 IN TEXAS. His mothers name was cleo stubblefield-thompson and she died in 1958. His fathers name was john stubblefield. My father recently found out that his mother had another son before she died. He was very young when she died and he doesnt remember much else.
 

Name: Burl Alan Stubblefield <megnick999@googlemail.com>
Date: 2010-05-12
Comments:
Great website, I've actually visited Castle Camps in the UK.
 

Name: Michael Stubblefield <motodata@roadrunner.com>
Date: 2010-02-17
URL of your Genealogy Related Website N/A
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Not yet, but I'll keep looking!
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Not yet, but I'll get back to you.
Comments:
I am 63, was born in Waco Texas and have lived in CAlifornia since I was discharged from the Navy in 1973. My father Herman D. Stubblefield, was born in May, Texas (near Brownwood). His parents moved to May from the midwest to farm. When I was a student at California State University Northridge I wrote a paper on my father's side of our family and was able to verify my people back to about 1820 in Tennessee. That was as far as I got before the thread vanished. With your help and with the help of other folks who use this site, perhaps I might be able to go farther back. I'm at work right now so I don't have the records with me. I will get back to you after I dig them up. Thanks for doing what you do! This should be fun.
 

Name: Jack Vandervort Stubblefield <barjak7@me.com>
Date: 2009-12-31
Comments:
I'm a descendant of Edward Stubblefield of Halifax County VA through his son Robert who moved to Ohio and then settled in Illinois. This is the first time I've seen anything older than Edward. Very interesting
 

Name: Karen Stubblefield <stubblefielddanny@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-12-27
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
I am married to Danny Orvil Stubblefield, we know very little about his family history. his father was Orvil Edward Stubblefield and his mother Norma Leah Hamilton. his family came to Utah. His grandfather was Orvil Edward Stubblefield grandmother Sarah Horn we think they were from Kentucky
 

Name: marla stubblefield heaston <mrheaston@vandaliamo.net>
Date: 2009-11-12
Comments:
just looking for new information.
 

Name: Melissa (Fisher) Raibley <mmraibley@cablelynx.com>
Date: 2009-10-29
Comments:
I am also a decendant of Nicholas Fisher. My great-great grandfather was Norben Fisher. My mom helped research the Fisher family line all the way back to Nicholas with my dad's cousin Margaret Fisher and Betty Fisher Cox.
 

Name: Bess Butner <bbutner@q,com>
Date: 2009-10-16
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer my have
Comments:
I was married to Bunion Dell Stubblefield. He was born in Bell County Texas. Brothers, Norton,Griffin,Allen and Sister Loreta. Bunion served in the Military in the marines and Nave and retired to live in Boise, Idaho. If you can give us any information it would be appreciated.
 

Name: shanestubblefield <shanestubb@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-10-01
Comments:
Just looking for info on my family history. I grew up in Birmingham AL. Grand father is CR.Stubblefied. NOthing to offer but thanks for the info.
 

Name: Jeff Davenport <kj4ahd@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-09-15
Comments:
Hello, My name is Jeff Davenport I;m from Jackson County Whitlyville Tn. My Grand Mother is Clovis Orba Stubblefield and she married a Warren Davenport. I was just wandering if ya have ever ran across those names. Thanks Jeff Davenport
 

Name: Sabrina Rößler <sabrina_R@web.de>
Date: 2009-08-22
Comments:
Hi,
my name is Sabrina and i am from Germany.
Iam searching for my father`s aunty or her family.
May, you can help me or know somebody who knows something about that.
Her Name was Marlene and she was married an Lt. Col. Marshall Stubblefield.1992 they life together in Memphis, Tennessee. It wasen`t her first wedding.
She was born in Elz/Limburg in Germany and her Name called Marlene Faust.She has 6 brothers and 5 sisters. Some of them died on the War.
My grandmother, and her sister, is Maria Rößler born Faust. In 1992 she died. Two letters from my father`s aunt with two different adresses are the only hints that I have.
She leaves Germany as a young woman.
She has two kids...
One son, his name was Mike and a daughter, her name was Janet.
I know, that Janet has two children. One of them, his name is Scott Robert Santosuotto, was born at July 7, 1965.
Janet died very young, but I don`t know why.
I have tryed to search anybody of them or somebody who knows them, but I can´t find a good hint.
Maybe, you can help me???
I hope so....
It`s not easy to find the right person who mcalled Stubblefield. It`s like searching somebody who called Schmitt or Müller in Germany ;-))

Great wishes

Sabrina

 

Name: Janace Grosbach <janace.grosbach@dom.com>
Date: 2009-08-18
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces A deed from Eli Edging to DW Harper
Comments:
My maiden name is Edging. Uriah H. Harper (B: 02/03/1849 D:07/23/1914) was my great-grandfather. He married Sarah Elizabeth Elders. My GG Grandfather was: William Harper married to Sarah Deweese (marrried 07/18/1843) I found them & their family in the 1860 Census. My GGG Grandfather was John Doss Harper. That's according to old handwritten records handed down by my mother.
 

Name: Kaye Hammonds Rideout <krideout@galaxycable.net>
Date: 2009-08-17
Comments:
I am the great grand daughter of Uriah Harper Jr....
We have some conflicting information...but some is the same ..It is very exciting to find a new link to my back ground!!!
My GGF Uriah Harper Jr. was married to Sarah Elizabeth Elders...she was an orphan who stayed with Elizabeth Watson...She and Uriah Harper Jr.had sveral children one of whom was my paternal grand mother...Sarah Maidey Harper.
we called her Mammy...She married my Paternal grand father
Will Hammonds...They had several children one of whom was my daddy..John Harper Hammonds He and my mother Mildred Marie Fisher Hammonds had My sisters Martha ,Ruby and Me... Kaye...

 

Name: Sarah Stubblefield <sarahstubblefield@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-07-26
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
My grandfather found some old papers and he found a letter to a stubblefield saying a lady had copies of Adilia Stubblefields and George Washingtons marraige certificate! I dont recall anyone knowing about her.
 

Name: Rebecca Lloyd <missbecky29@comcast.net>
Date: 2009-05-21
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes
Comments:
I am a grandaughter of Cletus Hamilton b. 1901 d. 03/20/56 and I would love to share my information with you. Are the Cherokee roots on this side of the family?
 

Name: Nancy Garrett <nannyghote@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-04-29
Comments:
My ancestor in the Stubblefield line is Virginia A Stubblefield who married William Franklin Harwood on 10/11/1858 in Charles City County Va. Her father was John S. Stubblefield and his wife Mary (Polly) Eppes Harwood. John S. Stubblefield's parents were W. Seth Stubblefield and Lucy Timberlake Southall. I don't know much beyond that. Any help will be appreciated. Nancy
 

Name: Nora Stubblefield <norabritanystubblefield@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-04-07
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer i might
Comments:
i was wondering if we had any connection my family is mainly from idaho
 

Name: Erin Ragsdale <GoDale13@hotmail.com>
Date: 2009-02-12
Comments:
I am researching my family genealogy and came upon your website. My grandfather is Robert Stubblefield (b 1929, IL). His father was Louis Stubblefield (b 1897, IL). Louis was the son of Charlie Stubblefield (b. 1879, IL). Charlie is son of William Stubblefield (b. 1856ish, KY). Here is where we have a hard time. We have found records that William was born in Lyon County, Kentucky to Burrel P Stubblefield and Sarah Smith. But, I cannot find any record of them anywhere besides the 1860 census.


I did do some looking today at the local library in Murray, KY, and found a possible, but I am not entirely sure about it. I found a William Stubblefield b c1857 in KY to a William Monroe Rufus Lafayett Stubblefield and Sarah Durham. The years of each of them correspond with my William Stubblefield. The other thing that makes me wonder if this could be my family is the fact that I have found a Ruff (Rufus) Stubblefield, who is black, living nearby my family throughout the censuses. He even moved from Kentucky to Illinois with my family. So, I wonder if maybe there was some sort of link?? Or is it just a coincidence that the two have similar names??

If you have information please email me! Thanks

 

Name: Shelly Stubblefield <shellyinstl@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-02-01
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer maybe
Comments:
Great site
 

Name: Betty Fisher Cox <bettycox43@newwavecomm.net>
Date: 2008-12-16
Comments:
I co-authored the book, The Fisher Line, with Margaret Fisher. The wives of our ancestor, William B. Fisher, is switched. His first wife was Sarah Lindsay McDaniel who died in 1885. He then married a widow, Margaret Wiatt. Where did you find the maiden names of Nicholas and John? I would really like to have documentation. Thanks for your website.
 

Name: al stubblefield <alsutica@aol.com>
Date: 2008-12-10
Comments:
My family originated in North Carolina to Virginia to Kentucky and then on to Mississippi.
Seems like most of the Stubblefields are related way back in some form or fashion.

 

Name: Marilyn Stubblefield Fiumerodo <merlin_hellener@yahoo.com>
Date: 2008-04-02
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes!
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes!
Comments:
I am a direct descendent of Jemima ____ and Wyatt Stubblefield, Jr., son of Wyatt Stubblefield and Ann Challis. There are tons of us in CA & Oregon.
 

Name: Tammie Eggenberg <peggenberg@prodigy.net>
Date: 2008-03-10
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces none
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer possibly
Comments:
I am the ggggranddaughter of John S. Stubblefield, born 1826 in Alabama.....Mother is Nancy Stubblefield, but our journey ends here....no father is mentioned although she had another stubblefield son, Absolom, born in 1834 in TN. This tells me that she was still married to ? Stubblefield even though he is not on the Census of Alabama. She moved with 3 sons, William, Robert, and Absolom to California during the 1849 Gold Rush. They never returned. Any info would be greatly appreciated!
 

Name: bill stubblefield <bstubtoo@hotmail.com>
Date: 2008-02-21
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
none
 

Name: Tabitha Stubblefield <tlcflower@hotmail.com>
Date: 2008-02-15
Comments:
God bless you. (0:
 

Name: Erica Stubblefield <CRUZNCARS03@YAHOO.COM>
Date: 2008-02-01
Comments:
Sorry that I dont have any information to offer. I am trying to find information on my grandfather Dick L Stubblefield (1911-1991). He was born in Richmond, CA. He grew up in Mt. Ranch, CA. He had several older siblings, but supposidly after a family reunion in the 60's we lost contact (you know how us stubblefields get!) with my grandfathers siblings. I was wondering if anyone knew any info on them, or if anyone knows what klan in scotland the stubblefields originated from. Thanks! Oh, and its crazy to see how many of us have the same first names too!!
 

Name: Judy Stubblefield <tellma614@yahoo.com>
Date: 2008-01-17
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces ?????
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer ?????
Comments:
I am just getting started on my husband's tree. Am trying to see if it ties to yours.
 

Name: Reuben Stubblefield <ditfrjcattop@msn.com>
Date: 2007-12-31
Comments:
Hi, My name is Reuben Stubblefield and I reside in Las Vegas Nevada,My family from what I understand originated from Louisianna, I was wondering if there is some connection.
 

Name: Wilmona Stubblefield <Stubblefield_wilmona@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-09-12
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces i'm not sure
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer i'm not sure
Comments:
i'm just looking at background history with people with my last name
 

Name: Wilmona Stubblefield <Stubblefield_wilmona@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-09-12
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces i'm not sure
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer i'm not sure
Comments:
i'm just looking at background history with people with my last name
 

Name: gena lynn stubblefield <glsjvilleil@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-08-17
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Comments:
thank you for sharing your research!
 

Name: David B. Smith <dsmith9942@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2007-07-10
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces No
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer No
Comments:
My Aunt, Hazel Gladys Partin, was married on September 25, 1921 to a Mr. Thomas Lee Stubblefield in Center, Texas. He may have operated a store there or in Tyler, Texas. Hazel Gladys Partin Stubblefield had no children and died November 30, 1932. She was born December 31, 1901 in Sabine County, Texas, near Hemphill. She may have taught school for a while. If anyone knows where she is buried, please email me.

This is a wonderful site!

 

Name: Vicki (Clark) Kiefer <vkiefer@peoplepc.com>
Date: 2007-05-30
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
I am of the Clark side of the Stubblefield. My great-great grandfather was James McLaughlin Clark who married Susan S. Stubblefield. If you would like any information I have would be glad to pass it on. This is a great web site wish I knew how to do one for my family..but we're all tied together somehow
 

Name: Erica Stubblefield <EricaRAy84@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-03-10
Comments:
My great great great grandfather came from tennessee. His name was Joe Stubblefield and his wifes name was Cora Lee Stubblefield. It doesnt look like any of the information here pertains to my family history. If anyone has any more information on my relatives please feel free to emai me.
 

Name: Justin Stubblefield <justin-christie@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2007-02-27
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces No
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer No
Comments:
I am from a Stubblefield clan in Oklahoma that I beleive to have been started in the Stigler, Oklahoma area. Other than that, I have no real idea how we got here or where we originally came from. My grandfather is Floyd Stubblefield and was married to Norma Honeycutt. Anyone that might have some answers, please let me know.
 

Name: George Dempsey <geokat@earthlink.net>
Date: 2007-01-25
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer y
Comments:
I got ahead of myself on last post. John J. was son of Woodruff, who was son of Thomas and Nancy of Sumner Co. TN
 

Name: George Dempsey <geokat@earthlink.net>
Date: 2007-01-25
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer maybe
Comments:
We are tracing John J Stubblefield (b.1805) married to Eliza (Knight-?) in Tenn. He settled in Polk Co., TX and was the first sheriff when the county was formed. We believe he was the son of Thomas from Smith/Jackson Co., TN although we have no documentation other than probate referrals. JJ's descendants are well documented to the present.
 

Name: Micah Stubblefield <stubblefields@gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-28
URL of your Genealogy Related Website http://www.stubblefields.org
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces possibly
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer possibly
Comments:
My great great Grandfather is James S. Stubblefield died 12 Dec 1916 in Portageville, New Madrid, MO.

I'm not sure about his birth but I think it was 1845 in Warren County, KY. I see you have a James S. in your line born around the same time in Kentucky. Do you have more information about him? Son of Beverly Stubblefield.

 

Name: Lee E. Stubblefield Jr. RN <texerrn@comcast.net>
Date: 2006-11-18
Comments:
My paternal family is from Texas. My grandfather RL Stubblefield resided in near Spade, Texas
 

Name: MARK STUBBLEFIELD <DDP1984@aol.com>
Date: 2006-10-18
Comments:
looking for any possiable link to the stubblefield family that have resided in Texas since the early 1930's


thank you

 

Name: April Lynn (Stubblefield) Thomas <timetospreadmywings@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-10-08
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer maybe
Comments:
I'm not sure if we are related or not, but my grandfather's name was Lee Stubblefield. He married my grandmother, Gladys Marie Lee. I know they moved from Indiana when their children were very young, some not even born yet, to make a new life for themselves in Nicholasville, Kentucky. I'm not sure what my grandfather's parents names were because he didn't know his father that much. I can find out though. I do know he's buried on a hillside in Kentucky.
 

Name: Robert Stubblefield <stubby@totalzone.com>
Date: 2006-10-07
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces I'm not sure yet.
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer No, but I am searching.
Comments:
It's good to find this site. I feel better!
 

Name: stubblefield <stubby@totalzone.com>
Date: 2006-10-07
Comments:
curious
 

Name: Paula Swenson <mama_swen@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-10-03
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer I am not sure
Comments:
My maiden name is Paula Stubblefield, just wondering if maybe there may be a link to my family, my great grandparents moved to utah, and I was told as a kid that our ancestry came from Kentucky. My Grandparents names were Lawrence and Maxine Stubblefield.
 

Name: Crystal Stubblefield <cstubbl2@amfam.com>
Date: 2006-09-21
Comments:
I don't have any relation to the Stubblefield's on this website that i know of I know very little about my father's grandparents except at one point they moved to Reno, NV I know my grandfathers name is William(Bill)Stubblefield and he married my grandmother Bea i don't know her last name off the top of my head but I'll find out they are in their 70's and had 6 children william, tom, judy, berry, scot, and bruce if you have anything for me of importance please email me

 

Name: Crystal Stubblefield <cstubbl2@amfam.com>
Date: 2006-09-21
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
I accidently stumbled upon this website when i googled myself
 

Name: Alexis <AlexisMumma@Hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-05
Comments:

I was born 1983 by the name of Alexis Wolfer, my mother (Gwen Wolfer) was with a man named Michael Stubblefield who is my birth father.

I never met Michael but I do know he is about the age of 52 and lives in Washington. He is African American and has always been involved in music (Blues). He plays Bass gutair in a couple bands.

I am curious to learn more about my birth father and his family. So if anyone know's of a Michael Stubblefield, please let me know. Thank you.


Alexis

 

Name: Lisa <lcmc2466@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-19
Comments:
I have always been fascinated by adoption stories and reunions. It never dawned on me, I would run across something like this in my own family. I am the youngest granddaughter of Edith Clark Phillips. Edith had 13 grandcildren and more Great Grand children. I wish the connection could of been made while both Marshall and Edith were living. I know my Grandmother would of welcomed, her new found brother. My Grandmother was all about her family.
 

Name: Charles Stubblefield <charstub@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-16
Comments:
descendant of George Washington Stubblefield of Sherman, Texas who was a descendant of _________ _________ Stubblefield of Memphis, Missouri circa 1861. George Washington Stubblefield served in the Confederate cavalry from 1861 to 1865, and in the United States cavalry in the Indian wars 1865-1869.
 

Name: ROBERT STUBBLEFIELD <lightnyn312@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-14
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer absolutely
Comments:
i have a copy compiled by a relative by the name of waters of my direct family tree that dates back to the 18th century in rockingham co., north carolina. i grew up in murray, kentucky in calloway co. my grandfather was vernon c. stubblefield, sr. and dad was vernon c. stubblefield, jr. my grandfather knew nathan stubblefield and was present during some of his experiments. please email me with a fax number. i'll fax a copy of the family tree.
 

Name: Melanie Rae Freeman <freemza@cs.com>
Date: 2006-08-14
Comments:
Greetings,
Looking at your web site is a pleasure. I am delighted that my Aunt June found your website and your family. God Bless you!!!

I am Melanie Freeman, Edith Phillip's granddaughter. When I was in my early twenties, my Grandmother told me about her other family, the Stubblefields. About two years before she died, she retold the story to my children and I one night at dinner. I thought it was very unusual she remembered this; she had lost so much of her memory. She really wanted me to know about her past. When I was in Arizona at my parent's Golden Wedding Anniversary, my mother Marriana and I discussed grandma's birth and some of the papers they found when she died. Everything seemed to fit together.

I would love to meet you someday. Take Care
Melanie

 

Name: Marriana Phillips Magruder <Magruderrl@cs.com>
Date: 2006-08-08
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Yes, Plenty
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes
Comments:
I am the third of five daughters of Edith Clark Phillips who was the daughter of Albert Stubblefield and Sally Sizemore, therefore my mother was the sister of Marshall Stubblefield whom neither of them ever met. In a collection of items consisting of pictures and papers saved by mother's family and presented to her as family history after her grandmother Clark died, there was a picture of a baby boy dressed in a long white dress (as baby boys of that period wore). On the back of the picture was written "Marshall Stubblefield." When we asked her who the baby was, mother answered that she "thought" it was her brother. After Mother's death February 7, 2000, we daughters were sorting out her possesions. That is when we saw for the first time letters, a telegram, legal papers, and newspaper articles which we did not previously know existed. Recently my daughter told of some conversations revealed to her by mother when she was in college. We sisters got together and pooled our tidbits of information and came up with some new conclusions. That led to the locating of your thorough and intricate web site of your family genealogy and the connection to the baby boy in the picture.
 

Name: Iris June Williams (Phillips) <rlwijw57@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-04
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Comments:
I noticed under Sizemore area of your website, you mention Sally Sizemore's 2nd husband, John Clark, but did not know when he passed away. He passed away on September 29, 1942 in Heber Springs, AR.
 

Name: Iris June Williams (Phillips) <rlwijw57@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-04
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Comments:
I'm the daughter (1 of 5 daughters) of Edith Phillips (Clark), who was Sally Sizemore's daughter. We believe Albert Stubblefield was my mother's father, therefore making Marshall Stubblefield her brother. Mother passed away in February 2000. We noticed a little blurb of her autobiography was on your website, and just curious how you came about getting the information. We would like to know if Marshall's son Leland or daughter Sue are still living and would like to get in contact with either or both of them. I'm getting ready to do some genealogy "work" on our family and found your website to be extremely interesting, helpful - lots of information. Excellent format. We also have newspaper articles regarding Albert Stubblefield's "crime" and was wondering if you have more info regarding this. Mother never was certain who her real father was, but was raised by John Clark and his mother when Sally passed away in Arkansas. Mother always wondered about her brother Marshall, and would love to have been able to contact him. I look forward to hearing from somebody in the Stubblefield family.
 

Name: Tracy Stubblefield Mecham <stubby410@sfcn.org>
Date: 2006-07-14
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces No
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer No
Comments:
My great greatgrandfather Edward Stubblefield moved to Utah in the early 1900's. I do not know much about the Stubblefield line becuase my dads father died in 1953, when my dad was only 3. My gradmother lost any contact with his family. My dad's name is Danny Orvil Stubblefield and his dad's name was Orvil Edward Stubblefield. I believe that Edward was from Illinois or Kentucky.
 

Name: Angelica Stubblefield <vox4949@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-07
Comments:
My dad, Vern Stubblefield, is from Centralia, Illinois. I'm from Las Vegas, Nevada.
 

Name: Debra Thompson <debra.thompson.qb0p@statefarm.com>
Date: 2006-04-12
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Mothers maiden name
Comments:
My Grandfather was Harry Warner Stubblefield. Born about 1890 and died 1958. His family history is vague at best but we believe he was from Oregon. Do you have any information to share about this group?
 

Name: Marian Franlklin <owl@mcn.org>
Date: 2005-12-10
URL of your Genealogy Related Website www.wattshaysletters.com
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
Looking for ancestors of Sarah Stubblefield. She married Richard Watts, b. 1758 probably Culpeper Co., VA d. bef. 1828 Washington Co., KY. They were married in NC. They had 5 children: Sarah 1770 or 1774 NC (later TN), Elizabeth 1777 NC, Nancy Jane 1779 VA, John S. 1787 NC, William Russell 1789 VA, Frances 1794 or 1804
 

Name: Debbie I. Newell <mysticangel_56@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-11-22
URL of your Genealogy Related Website Eliza Jane Stubblefield was my ggmother
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes i did
Comments:
was trying to find out where Stubblefields came from (nationality). you might try http://www.nwcs.com/VCs/d0001/g0000074.html - goes clear back to 1500's or so. By the way - great site. My father - Brennon Kirkham Newell is Eliza Jane Stubblefield (Newell) m. Charles Calloway Cooper Newell grandson. His father was Benjamin K Newell. Let me know if you want more.
 

Name: golf course chicago <bestsite250@hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-12
Comments:
Tired of your site... visit my Great site: <a href
 

Name: Cheryl Stubblefield <pcwahln@qwest.net>
Date: 2005-10-31
Comments:
Hi, my name is Cheryl Stubblefield, I live in Helena, MT and my husband is Robert James Stubblefield. I just happen to come across this web site and just looked through it. It didn't find anything that would makes the Stubblefields here in Montana any relation, but you never know. Feel feel to contact me at my email address.

Thanks

 

Name: Linda Stubblefield-Williamson <plwilliamson@earthlink.net>
Date: 2005-10-22
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Maybe
Comments:
My grandfather was Lucius C. Stubblefield born March 22, 1875 and died Oct 29, 1923, he was married to Tripp Jones-Stubblefield born January 9, 1887 and died January 4, 1975. I am looking for Lucius's parents and any siblings he may of had. He is buried next to a George W. Stubblefield born in 1877 and died in 1923, but his stone did not have month or day of birth or death. I also found out that an Edna Stubblefield is buried next to George W. Stubblefield, but there was not a stone for her, so I have no birth or death dates. All of them are buried in Springfield, MO. My family did not talk much about Lucius's parents or family, and I am looking for any information I can get.
Thanks for your help.
Linda

 

Name: Norm Short <normshort@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2005-10-16
URL of your Genealogy Related Website normshort@sbcglobal.net
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
Thanks a lot . Good site. I am a descendant of Susan Stubblefield who married Joseph Anthony Blakey. By the way , I live in Rosenberg, Texas. Norm
 

Name: Norm Short <normshort@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2005-10-16
URL of your Genealogy Related Website normshort@sbcglobal.net
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
Thanks a lot . Good site. Norm
 

Name: Stephen Thompson <sthompson@aquaridge.com>
Date: 2005-10-06
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
Nice website... I believe the Stubblefields of Tennessee are cousins. I found this information in a family bible and thought it might be useful to someone:

Thomas Franklin Stubblefield (1881-1918) married Emma May Arnold in 1903 Hancock County, TN (May 29, 1884-April 16,1913)
Children: Martha June Stubblefield (May 31, 1904-?, deceased)
(George) Dewey Stubblefield (May 20, 1906-August 18, 1962)
(Asa) Paul Stubblefield (Jan 9, 1908-?, deceased)
(John) Silas Stubblefield (December 13, 1910-Aug 1911)

Dewey Stubblefield married Esther Jane Adams April 21, 1909 in Hawkins County, TN

 

Name: Stephen Thompson <sthompson@aquaridge.com>
Date: 2005-10-06
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
Nice website... I believe the Stubblefields of Tennessee are cousins. I found this information in a family bible and thought it might be useful to someone:

Thomas Franklin Stubblefield (1881-1918) married Emma May Arnold in 1903 Hancock County, TN (May 29, 1884-April 16,1913)
Children: Martha June Stubblefield (May 31, 1904-?, deceased)
(George) Dewey Stubblefield (May 20, 1906-August 18, 1962)
(Asa) Paul Stubblefield (Jan 9, 1908-?, deceased)
(John) Silas Stubblefield (December 13, 1910-Aug 1911)

Dewey Stubblefield married Esther Jane Adams April 21, 1909 in Hawkins County, TN

 

Name: Roger Pennel <rpennel@cmsu.edu>
Date: 2005-09-02
URL of your Genealogy Related Website None
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces No
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Possibly
Comments:

Allece Falkner was looking for information on a Clay Stubblefield in Missouri. My mother was a Stubblefield and I do have information on a Clay Stubblefield. He was my great-grandfather.

Clay Stubblefield was born 3-27-1856 in Bell County TX, near Belton. His parents were Isaac Newton and Nancy Jane (Scott) Stubblefield. The family moved to McClennan County TX, near Waco, in 1861, and in 1866 moved to Barry County, Missouri. He married Martha Skellen Henbest, in Barry County, Missouri 6-1-1884. He died 3-31-1928, Premont, TX.

Clay completed two years of study at the University of Missouri. He was county surveyor in Barry county, 1881-1889. After his marriage they lived on a farm about five miles southwest of Cassville, Missouri. He had four sons and four daughters. Etalee (1885-1921), Victoria (1886-1957), Claud Blaine (1988-1955), Allen Leslie (1891-1949), Park Leroy (1892-1967), Emma Octavia (1894-1985), Leona Louzietta (1898-1969), and Albert Newton (1901-1968).


Common link between Kentucky, Tennessee, and Missouri Stubblefields.

I’m not sure whether this is what you are looking for. Some of the Missouri Stubblefields made their way to Barry County, Missouri by way of Texas, by way of Tennessee. Robert Loxley and Elizabeth (Dodson) Stubblefield lived in the Warren County and Polk County areas of Tennessee. Around 1850 they moved to Smith County, and later Bell County in Texas. Robert died in Texas in 1858. His son Issac Newton Stubblefield and his wife, Nancy Jane Scott, were both born in Tennessee, he in Warren County and she in Bedford County.

I am now quoting from some information passed down to me. “The Stubblefields were realistic in the ability to see into the future, and idealistic concerning the slavery question. When they moved from Tennessee to Texas they freed their slaves, for they could foresee that events in the course of time would cause the negroes to eventually be liberated.ö

“During the war and for sometime after, the Bushwhackers killed a hundred or more Union sympathizers in a few counties surrounding Belton. To escape possible danger for themselves or their family, a wagon train was organized in March 1866, in Bell and adjoining counties which left for Missouri. This was a group of Stubblefields and Luckeys, perhaps others, but the story of this movement has been lost. Near Tyler, Texas, the Bushwhackers invaded the camp one night, capturing Monroe Luckey, who was found the next morning hanging from a tree. Issac Newton Stubblefield escaped in the darkness, and for days walked parallel with the wagon train, under cover of trees and shrubs, slipping into camp at night to secure foodö

“After crossing Red River they followed the Butterfield mail coach route to Barry County, Missouri where they arrived in August, 1866. Clay (see initial entry) eight years old, and the oldest of the Stubblefield children, rode horse back practically all the way from Belton, Texas to Missouri.ö


 

Name: Georgia Stubblefield <jgstub@earthlink.net>
Date: 2005-08-28
URL of your Genealogy Related Website Don't have one yet
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Afraid not
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes, I think so
Comments:
If this original info was done by Jean Marshall -- I corresponded with her a lot -- but after Marshall's death I lost contact with her.

I can't remember now what information I sent to her -- I was new to Internet genealogy in 1998.

I have a chart on the Beverley family that I think you would like to add to your information.

I notice that you have Robert Stubblefield b:1702 married to Ann Parker -- it has been well established that her name was more likely Wyatt -- as that was when all the Wyatts appeared. The Children of Robert and Ann Wyatt were:John b1724, George b1726, Joel b1728, Richard b1732, Elizabeth b1734, Wyatt b1740. Thomas b1742, Wm b1748. If you would like more, please write.

 

Name: David Stubblefield <dvd_stubblefield@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-08-26
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces No
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes
Comments:
My line comes from G.b.(george beverly)Stubblefield. Borned 1841 Va. Found him on cilvil war service record. Served under Wingfields Calvary La. Enlised livingston parish la and was at the battle of Port Hudson La 1863. He married Mary W. Martin in Amite County MS Dec. 23, 1877. Their childred where John Bevil,Janie,William H,Thomas Lee,and Joe Frank stubblefield. Janie married a Ballard and is buried Hollywood cem. McComb MS. Joe Frank stubblefield buried tylertown ms. John Bevil married Carrie Beeson and are buried in Lufkin TX and also Thomas Lee and William H buried Lufkin Tx. John Bevil Stubblefield was my gg Grandfather. he had a son named Nola Beeson Stubblefield that was my Grandfather. My dad is still living. I have aways heard that George Beverly Stubblefield grew up on the Rapidan River in VA and had no family. Mary Martin has a pension record filed in 1916 and I have learned alot from that record. I sure hope some day I might know more. I truly believe if I can find out who G. B. Stubblefields mother and Dad where It might connect a line in this family. Hope this helps ....
 

Name: Walter Russell Stubblefield, Jr. <jsvinyl@peoplepc.com>
Date: 2005-08-03
Comments:
very interesting. I'll be back here when I have more time.
 

Name: Margaret E Norsworthy Stubblefield <mmargstubb@aol.com>
Date: 2005-06-02
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer not at this time
Comments:
I am looking for information on Melissa Martin, b 1810, d 1-22-1856 married on 8-06-1831 Nashville, TN to William Henry Stubblefield, b 1813, d 9-25-1866. They are my husband's great, great grandparents.
 

Name: Lisa Marley <lmkitties@earthlink.net>
Date: 2005-05-22
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
I'm a descendant of Ella B. Atherton. My grandfather was Howard Leo Moss. His only child, Clinton Leo Moss, was my father. I never met my grandfather and knew nothing about his family. Thank you for your putting together this website. It answers a lot of questions.
 

Name: James Andrew Chisam-Thompson <jimth1@swbell.net>
Date: 2005-05-21
Comments:
I am looking for a Molly Fisher. She would have been
about 18-20 in 1904. She was probably living in the
DeKalb Co, Tn or White Co, Tn at that time period.
I am interested in any information about what Fisher
she descended from. I descend from "Hickory John"
Chisam. John's sister, Nancy, married William Fisher
and Molly, probably a nickname, may have descended
from this union or from a brother of William. Thanks!

 

Name: GLEN STUBBLEFIELD <OUTBACKCONST@AOL.COM>
Date: 2005-03-19
Comments:
JUST LOOKING AT OUR HISTORY. THANK YOU GLEN STUBBLEFIELD STIGLER,OK
 

Name: Mia Jones <patrick.jones44@verizon.net>
Date: 2005-03-16
URL of your Genealogy Related Website none
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces not sure
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer maybe
Comments:
Hi there, I am researching the Pollard line and I have an Ellen Hackley Pollard marrying Howell Fielding Custis in Richmond VA in 1795. According to a book called "The Life of Henry Bruce", she is the daughter of Suzannah Stubblefield, daughter of Col. George Stubblefield. I have 5 sons of Catherine and George: George, Henry, Beverley, Robert and Peter. Catherine's will, proved 4/14/1778, rembers George, Harry and Robert and her grandaughters Catherine and Suzannah. Any help proving all this much appreciated.
 

Name: ShiQuita Stubblefield <stubby_2300@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-03-04
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces No
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer No
Comments:
My great-grand parents are Emanual & Cleola Stubblefield. My Grand mother was Erma Stubblefield. My mother is Linda Carol Stubblefield. My four Aunts are Beverly Ann Stubblefield, Stella Mae Stubblefield, Cleo Marie Stubblefield and, Blanche Moore. I would like to know all I can about the Stubblefield family/history.
 

Name: Allece Falkner <a.falkner@att.net>
Date: 2005-02-27
Comments:
Looking for information on Clay Stubblefield who lived in Missouri. Have found two Clays. One b. 1856, is son of Beverly Stubblefield. The other was born to William H. Stubblefield.
 

Name: RENEE STUBBLEFIELD <renee041678@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-01-30
Comments:
I am trying to make a family tree of the Stubblefield family. I was told it all started with Nathan Stubblefield but who knows if that is true. It would be awsome if I could get some help finding all of them.
 

Name: francis and karen morris <kmbm@sti.net>
Date: 2005-01-28
Comments:
I am looking for the family of tennessee (tennie) stubblefield she was married to my great grandfather Elias
grant Morris I think her father was a William and her mother was Becca she had a brother Samuel and a sister Isabel I would like to know more of her family tree and if she had American Indian Ancestry This is a great site.

 

Name: Laura McCutcheon <snoopy34470@exite.com>
Date: 2005-01-25
Comments:
I am looking for the family of Beulah Agnes Atherton. My mother was born in 1931 she was left at a respite home by her mother beulah. Beulah was born in 1903. Just trying to put together the puzzle in case you know anything through your seaches, any help appreciated. thanks, Laura
 

Name: veda j. boxwell <e04@erlservices.com>
Date: 2004-12-13
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Comments:
My father was W.S. Hittson, Wyatt Stubblefield Hittson, wife Neva Dean, died of alcoholism at the age of 43. His father had the same name, wife Grace, both deceased, and lived into their 90s. All are from the Green Forrest, Arkansas area. I didn't know them, I am a Sioux Indian born and raised on the Rosebud Indian Reservation, South Dakota. I know they were not Indians. My research indicates that there was a black family with the name Stubblefield. Any information out there would be appreciated.
 

Name: Valerie Matussak <mommatussak@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2004-11-18
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no not yet
Comments:
I was just wondering if anyone could help me out some.. I am trying to locate info. on Robert N Stubblefields'parents.. He was born in Tenn. around 1812..He moved with his family to MO..He and Matilda Caroline Lawson Stubblefield had several children..Any help would be appreciated.. Thanks
 

Name: james ganley <jamesganley@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-10-27
Comments:
I'm looking for information or photos on Thomas B. Stubblefield. He was born in 1842. I'm also looking for any photos of Walter Emmett Stubblefield born in 1868 and died in 1932. I'm looking for some photos of Walter Emmett Stubblefield's children. Their names are Virginia Frances Stubblefield born in 1899 and died in 1967, Claire Elgin Stubblefield who was born in 1904 and died in 1985, and Walter Alton Stubblefield was born in 1913 and died in 1980. Virginia Frances Stubblefield married Oliver Charles Prosser ( these are my great grandparents)who was born in 1889 and died in 1939. They had two children: Julia Elizabeth Prosser and Mary Irene Prosser. I have one photo of Mary Irene Prosser taken about 1943 or 1944 holding her child. Any information or photos of any of these people would be helpful.
 

Name: Bill Stubblefield <stubberoo@aol.com>
Date: 2004-10-22
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
I am a descendant of a family of Stubblefields which migrated across the deep south from the 1700s to the late 1800s, settling finally in Williamson County, Texas. The trail begins in Georgia in Oglethorpe County in the late 1700s, goes to Alabama (Selma vicinity), Mississipi (Yazoo City vicinity), and finally to Liberty Hill, Texas just after the Civil War. My father was Miller (born Jan 1899), my grandfather was William Oscar Stubblefield, my greatgrandfather was Stephen Potts Stubblefield, my great great grandfather was William Stubblefield, and my great great great grandfather was Seth Stubblefield. We have a dead end there because my g g grandfather was orphaned at an early age and reared by a man named Stephen Potts, for whom he named his son.
I do have information about an English Stubblefield, Sir James Stubblefield (a distinguished paleontologist), but never have spoken to him.
I have heard that the Stubblefields came from Castle Camps near Ely, England, and have viewed an aerial photo of this old Norman settlement. This fits with another story I have heard which indicates the Stubblefields were really Norman, coming to England with William the Conqueror. This theory has it that the name was really d'Auderville, and was "anglicized." None of this is nailed down and documented, of course. Does anyone have any information along these lines?
Does anyone know of a common link between the Kentucky, Tennessee, and Missouri Stubblefields and those whose westward migration was through the deep south?

 

Name: Michael Atherton <michael.atherton@ngc.com>
Date: 2004-08-17
URL of your Genealogy Related Website http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jstubblefield/family_stories.htm
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
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Name: Thomas Earl Stubblefield <vikinghawkflight@hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-07-23
Comments:
Thanks.
 

Name: Erin R. <GoDale13@hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-07-19
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Don't know
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Don't know
Comments:
My mom's madian name is Stubblefield. I am getting interested in finding out about my ancestors. We are from Southern IL-Hillerman area. Does anyone know any Stubblefields from here? My grandpa's name is Robert Stubblefield, and my great-grandpa is Louis Stubblefield. Any advice I would really appreciate.
 

Name: George Mindling <myakka@quixnet.net>
Date: 2004-06-15
URL of your Genealogy Related Website http://www.customizedsvcsmgmt.com/George/stubby.htm
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces possibly
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Another family to add
Comments:
Great site, a lot of time and work. I have another Stubblefield family, Robert; my Greatgrandfather, born 1837. I have posted the family history since 1837 on the website. We have always assumed he was born in Caswell County, N.C. as his headstone in Stony Creek, N.C. states his birthdate. Probably born out of wedlock, his mother thought to have traveled back to NC from Kentucky to give birth. He may have been born in Kentucky(?) Mother and father unknown, anybody lose a female member of the family? Anyone research NC or KY bastardy bonds? Any info appreciated. George Mindling
 

Name: Ed Hailey <Haileykoko@aol.com>
Date: 2004-06-11
Comments:
Very well done site. My children's maternal ancestors were the Fishers and Clarks
 

Name: Robert (Bob) Dupwe <RDupwe@aol.com>
Date: 2004-06-06
URL of your Genealogy Related Website N/A
Comments:
Ref: my note below. I just realized what I said might be misleading; I am not a Stubblefield, but am a descendant. Thanks again for a great site.
 

Name: Robert (Bob) Dupwe <RDupwe@aol.com>
Date: 2004-06-06
URL of your Genealogy Related Website N/A
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Yes!
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes Again!
Comments:
I am an 11th great-grandson of William Stubblefield. If you are interested, I have about 8 generations descended from Robert Loxley Stubblefield and his wife, Sarah Easley. Thank you for all your great research - this has really been helpful.
 

Name: Sarah Stubblefield Rogers <tootsie7@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2004-05-21
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer I don't know
Comments:
My grandfather's name was Henry Stubblefield from Hancock County Tenn. He died in the forties. His wife's name was Frona Green Stubblefield. That's about all I know.
 

Name: john stubblefield <jstubby@att.net>
Date: 2004-05-19
Comments:
Ancestors from NC. Robert Stubblefield 1837-1886, fought with NC 6th Inf, referred to as the Caswell Boys,CO H. The 6th NC Troop had over 2000 names on the muster roll but at the time of surrender to Union Forces he was one of 143 to answer the roll call. Once paroled he walked to Alamance County from Appomattox.
 

Name: william l. foster <william.l.foster@worldnet.att.net>
Date: 2004-05-18
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes.
Comments:
William Lytle Stubblefield was my Great Great Grandfather. He married Sarah Minchey they had 12 children. Ira b. 1852 married Josephine Minchey they had 7 children. Ovier stubblefield married Henry Woodard they had 3 children Lucy Woodard married William L. Foster and had ten children I am the third of the ten. Have other info if you're interested.
 

Name: Louis M Hall <lhall1@midsouth.rr.com>
Date: 2004-05-17
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces maybe
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer maybe
Comments:
Today, 5/17/04, I talked with Jean Stubblefield, who was trying to get some information on George Millard who passed away in about 1903, and may have been the brother of Martin Jerome.

In doing a google search for George Millard, I came across
a death notice for George Millard Lingua at:
http://www.princeton.edu/pr/news/00/c/0607.htm
I remember knowing George at CBC in Memphis during the forties. I last talked with him many years ago in New York.

George's Mother may have been named Mary and could have been widowed when I knew George. I do know that I was informed by my Mother, Martel Jerome Hall, that George and his Mother were my cousins.

I have been unable to locate the email address of Jean Stubblefield, now residing in FL. I would appreciate someone forwarding this message to her.
[I posted this same message on the Jerome pages]

 

Name: Ed Hailey <Haileykoko@aol.com>
Date: 2004-05-17
Comments:
Researching the Fisher and Clark familiesin Smith/DeKalb counties
 

Name: cecil h stubblefield <cstubbs7@aol.com>
Date: 2004-04-20
Comments:
I am from denton Tx I go by cj
 

Name: John H (Jack) Stubblefield <jack.stubblefield@verizon.net>
Date: 2004-04-17
Comments:
We have gathered quite a lot of genealogy on my side of Stubblefield family. I have not listed it with Salt Lake, Utah yet. My early group were born and raised in IL. My grandfather came to TX and Ok and I live in TX myself.
 

Name: Rob Fairleigh <robfairleigh@hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-02-25
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer ColBeverly Stubblefield Cemetery Todd County (Trenton) KY
Comments:
I am in the process of personally restoreing the family cemetery of Col. Beverly Stubblefield who died in 1823
and is
buried on his land grant farm near Trenton, KY. His broken marker was leaning
up
against a tree and after digging around I located the missing bottom
piece
of his stone there by locating his grave site. Digging next to that
spot I
located one of his wive's stone as well (he had 2). A new
marker identifying the site was placed last week by some new found
cousins
from Mississippi and I. There is a lot of probing and digging to be done to
locate
covered up stones and to raise the stones which are above ground and
showing, then comes repair and cleaning. Hope to be through with this
project and ready for viewing this Spring for those interested. Anyone interested in information or pictures email me at robfairleigh@hotmail.com

Rob Fairleigh
Hopkinsville, KY

 

Name: Barbi Norris <barbinorris2@yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-02-11
Comments:
I'm also related to the Stubblefields. I like your web-site.
 

Name: alfred bethel stubblefield IV <al.b.stubblefield@usace.army.mil>
Date: 2003-12-17
Comments:
My great-grandfather alfred was born in Rockingham,NC.My grandfather was born in Weyth Co. VA. They went to Calloway Co. Ky where he was a school teacher. He served in the 12th KY Cav. under Gen. Forrest. After the war he and three brothers came to Rankin Co. Ms and homesteaded. He was on the board of supervisors for Rankin co several terms and was elected as a state representative from Rankin Co. My father was born in Rankin Co. in 1918 and died in 2001. I was born in Hinds co. MS and still reside there.
Seems like most all of us orginate from the same group of Stubblefields from the VA, NC area.

 

Name: Anita Frances Atherton Petrich <apetrich@STI.net>
Date: 2003-12-07
Comments:
Hi Cousin Jean and Marshall... I just re-read your emails and got chills again realizing we found each other through our mutual interest in family history. Looking forward to seeing your website and reconnecting again. Best, Anita
 

Name: Charles H. Stubblefield <tnt999@vol.com>
Date: 2003-12-05
Comments:
Thank you for making available the information about the name.
 

Name: Pat (Stroud) Kirtley <kirt0100@aol.com>
Date: 2003-12-04
URL of your Genealogy Related Website Stubblefield
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces not at this time
Comments:
My mother (Minnie Stubblefield was born 9/8/08 to (Elizabeth) Lizzie Mason and Henry Edmond Stubblefield.
I never knew anything about my great-grandparents. My grandparents lived in Arkansas

 

Name: David Goodwin <davenmoey@adelphia.net>
Date: 2003-11-23
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Comments:
Thanks for completing my Stubblefield lineage! I am descendant from John10, John9, Edward8, Edward7. Great site.
 

Name: Ellen S. Damron <schmucke@earthlink.net>
Date: 2003-11-07
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
My father is Thomas Mason Stubblefield, a descendant of John Beverly Stubblefield. There are additional Stubblefields in Texas and Oklahoma.
 

Name: Jeremy Stubblefield <jerry200538834@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-11-06
Comments:
My grandfather's name was Alvin Stubblefield, he was married twice the second wife was Linda Lawson. He had a brother named George and a sister named Sharon.
 

Name: T.N. Reid <tnreid@charter.net>
Date: 2003-10-27
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces some details
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer maybe
Comments:
Very nice site!
My Stubblefield line is descended from Edward Stubblefield b.1762; m. Sarah Draper. It is thought that Edward might possibly be a son of John Stubblefield b.1709, and therefore connected: William > Jefferye > Simon > George(b.1675). At this time it is not confirmed that Edward b.1762 was a son of John b.1709. Happy to discuss this with anyone interested. T.N. Reid <tnreid@charter.net>

 

Name: John Shemwell <john.shemwell@murraystate.edu>
Date: 2003-10-16
Comments:
I live on the farm that contains the grave sites of Col. Beverly Stubblefield, James Clark, and Susan Clark
 

Name: Jean Stubblefield <Starrbay1953@peoplepc.com>
Date: 2003-09-30
Comments:
Enjoyed your website. We are decends of Wyatt & Elizabeth Durrent Stubblefield.
 

Name: Jean Stubblefield <Starrbay1953@peoplepc.com>
Date: 2003-09-30
Comments:
Enjoyed your website.
 

Name: Tammy Stubblefield <jtstubb@mo-net.com>
Date: 2003-09-10
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces No
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer No
Comments:
Just looking for some information for my husband John and ours 3 sons Josh 12, Evan 10 and Seth 3. My husband's Father did not talk a lot about his family. So with what little I know, I'm looking around to find more.
 

Name: al stubblefield <Al.B. Stubblefield@mkv02.usace.army.mil>
Date: 2003-09-09
Comments:
seems like we all come from north carolina thru va, tn and on to ky.
 

Name: Debbie Zaharis <zaharis@ev1.net>
Date: 2003-08-23
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes, thanks
Comments:
husband is descendent via Tula LeNoir, Gladys Stubblefield,
John Mordica, Robert Munford, John, Edward, Edward, George, Robert, George, Symon, Jefferye....

 

Name: katherine stubblefield blakefield <wjblake@verizon.net>
Date: 2003-08-15
Comments:
I am the daughter of Earl Paul Stubblefield, who is the son of William Thomas Stubblefield of Butler Missouri.
 

Name: Leonard Saine Mayo <lsmayo@aol.com>
Date: 2003-08-02
Comments:
My Grandmother Emma Josie Stubblefield, born December 23, 1889 in Glouchester County, Virginia
 

Name: Joyce Stubblefield Pattillo <jpatconsulting@aol.com>
Date: 2003-07-21
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces not yet
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer perhaps
Comments:
This Stubblefield family lived in Arkansas. My Grandfather was Johnny Stubblefield. He was married to Sadie (Fields) Stubblefield. They had 9 children : Rosie, Charlie, Artee, John, Willie, Preston, Mary, Lavelle, and James. All have since passed away except Artee, and Lavelle. The list does not indicate a John Stubblefield; however my brother is John (shorten Johnny) the IV and his son, age 30, is John Stubblefield V.
 

Name: Becky Martinez <reddenbecky@netscape.net>
Date: 2003-06-13
Comments:
I'm trying to trace the stubblefield family my grandmothers mother was a stubblefield and her name was mary ellen and she married a James lewis and her father was Jasper but at this time that is all that I have my grandmother passed away 1998 in wyo and she was 94.
thanks

 

Name: Dorothy Martin Atherton <datherto@swbell.net>
Date: 2003-05-26
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes
Comments:
What a great site! Enjoyed it very much. Been searching for some of this information for years. My husband was Nathan Lee Atherton b 1922 Ft Worth, TX. His grfather was Nathan Lee Atherton b 1862. I knew personally many of the Athertons mentioned here as we married in 1946 in Ft. Worth,TX. What a great surprise when I stumbled on to this. Thanks very much. Dorothy Martin Atherton
 

Name: karen stubblefield-smith <rdsandkls@earthlink.net>
Date: 2003-05-25
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces simon stubblefield
Comments:
I AM LOOKING FOR A CONNECTION FOR MY THIRD GREAT GRANDFATHER. HIS NAME IS SOLOMON STUBBLEFIELD BORN @CA 1821 IN ROCKINGHAM CO. NC DIED WHEN & WHERE? HE LIVED IN EAST TENN AROUND 1860 AND IOWA AROUND 1850 CENSUS. WE WOULD LIKE TO FIND OUT WHO HIS FATHER WAS ETC. IF YOU FIND ANYONE WITH THIS INFORMATION PLEASE PASS IT ON TO ME THANK YOU. IT WAS ALSO NICE TO FIND OUT WHERE IN ENGLAND THE STUBBLEFIELD'S ORIGINATED FROM!--KAREN
 

Name: Merilyn Rutherford Smalley <msmalley2@kc.rr.com>
Date: 2003-05-04
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer possible clues...
Comments:
Hello friends:
I am not a Stubblefield. I was looking for 1820-1870 Stubblefields who may have been friends and neighbors of my Rutherford ancestors. My great-grandfather Rutherford migrated to Bond Il with several Stubblefields in 1817 from Christian Co. KY. Those who are looking for how their Stubblefields got to MO and TX should try Christian Co KY about 1800...

-CLARK, James m STUBBLEFIELD, Susannah Shelton January 29, 1817 in Christian County, Kentucky
-STUBBLEFIELD, Jeanetta m RAYBURN, Green October 21, 1819 in Christian County, Kentucky
-CLARK, Nancy Wright m STUBBLEFIELD, Beverly
July 16,1823 in Christian County, Kentucky
Christian Co KY has a great early history site.

Then, even for those in TX, check out the Illinois Public Domain Land Tract Sales Database at:
http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/data_lan.html

Here are two of the 1st Stubblefields in IL.
STUBBLEFIELD THOMAS NW 28 03S 07W 3
04/20/1815 ST. CLAIR IL
STUBBLEFIELD WYATT W2 11 05N 03W 3
4/22/1816 BOND IL
(Wyatt in Christian KY in 1810) If Wyatt turns out to be an ancestor check out the Bond Il site. Lots of fun information and census records from 1820 on.

My grandfather migrated from Bond IL to Labette KS in 1867. I am trying to track him through MO... by trying to find his friends/neighbors from IL... like the Stubblefields.

It seems one migration route into MO was directly west from Christian KY to Christian MO. But another was the round-a-bout way up to IL, across to counties like Randolph, Morgan, Ray, Jackson MO . Then, in sw MO try Barton, Dade, & Cedar. Since those sw counties were pretty burned out in the civil war, many moved on to KS, AR and TX.

Happy Hunting Stubblefield friends
If you meet up with any Rutherfords, let me know.


 

Name: Mattie Dell Rupper <mdrupper@aol.com>
Date: 2003-05-04
Comments:
My Nicholas Fisher was 3 Jul 1730 OF Halifax,Virginia
D 22 Apr 1794, ,Greenville, South Carolina. M 10 Oct 1755
, Halifax, Virginia to Elizabeth Kearse. B 10 Nov 1735,
Of Halifax, Virginia D 6 June 1807 Greenville, South Carolina.

 

Name: Charles K. Stubblefield <cstubby@cox.net>
Date: 2003-04-30
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces ???????
Comments:
My Grandfather, Harry Warner Stubblefield, is listed on my fathers hand written birth certificate as being born in Willow OR. on 10/11/1895. I noticed in this artical that William K. Stubblefield was from Wallowa Co. OR. We have no records of my GF before he arrived in Oklahoma, we just knew he was born in OR. Any link ? Thanks Charlie
 

Name: kAREN STUBBLEFIELD <FAITHTKB133@aol.com>
Date: 2003-04-22
Comments:
ALFONZO F STUBBLEFIELD is my grandfather from Texas b. 1872 and moved to Calloway Ky.He is black but on my father birth record his birth place is kY.Who is hir biological father is it Honorable Alphonzo from KY who died in 1874 or Jim Stubblefield or Rufus Grant Stubblefield.On my father birth and death also military papers it is spelled Alphonzo. Alphonz is found on 1910 census Calloway KY.Can anyone help me find the truth.
 

Name: kAREN STUBBLEFIELD <FAITHTKB133@aol.com>
Date: 2003-04-22
Comments:
ALFONZO F STUBBLEFIELD is my grandfather from Texas b. 1872 and moved to Calloway Ky.He is black but on my father birth record his birth place is kY.Who is hir biological father is it Honorable Alphonzo from KY who died in 1874 or Jim Stubblefield or Rufus Grant Stubblefield.On my father birth and death also military papers it is spelled Alphonzo. Alphonz is found on 1910 census Calloway KY.Can anyone help me find the truth.
 

Name: Thomas Jackson <longhorntj@ev1.net>
Date: 2003-04-07
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
Wm Penn Stubblefield was the father of Nora Stubblefield who was my grandmother
 

Name: janet roy <sroy@tbaytel.net>
Date: 2003-04-03
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer see below
Comments:
My grandmother was an Agnes Elizabeth Farmer her father was Hugh Farmer married to Maria Fullum. Hugh was born 1843 the first of 9 children born to Jean/Jane Orr(Scotland) and Patrick Farmer (Ireland)they lived in the St. Chrysostome area south of Montreal Quebec Canada. I can't find any information as to Patrick's background. Any thoughts? Where was your Henry Farmer from. I ask this because one of the other 9 children I referred to was named Henry. Many children were given names of aunts and uncles. Our Henry was born 1860 and died 1865.
 

Name: Diana Stubblefield Sikes <ac5999@aol.com>
Date: 2003-03-30
Comments:
none at this time
 

Name: John M.Stubblefield <Sirstubb@aol.com>
Date: 2003-03-08
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces not sure
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer not sure
Comments:
I have been looking for information regarding the surname of Stubblefield for quite a while. Being of African-American and Native American descent, I have yet to find a connection with my European ancestors. My father's name was Andrew Alando Stubblefield-B.1921 D.1991. He was born in Kingston, New York. His father was named John Marshall Stubblefield, for whom I am reportedly named after.He may have been white or mulatoo. I have only seen 1 picture of him and it's difficult to discern. I was told he died when my father was young but had been born in the state of Pennsylvania. Because my father didn't speak much about his family, there was little for me to go on. I do know that my grandfather married a Cheerokee or Cheerokee/Black woman from Natchez Mississippi namd Lula Mae (maiden name unknown). She later remarried a Thaddeus Stevens and settled in Chicago. This site has aided me in knowing some of the heritage of the name "Stubblefield." Thanks.
 

Name: Sue <fasart3@clnet.net>
Date: 2003-03-07
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Perhaps
Comments:
I am a decendant of Frances Stubblefield b.about 1848. I am
searching for more information. She married J.P.Hackworth in 1869.
They lived in Oregon County, Missouri.

 

Name: Joe David Stubblefield <joestubblefield@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-02-16
Comments:
Our line settled in SW Missouri in early 1800s. My great uncle Ralph Stubblefield had done extensive geneology and traced us back to William Stubblefield. There is a lot of Meador and McNabb blood in our family too. There is a book of geneology on Meadors that has a lot of Stubblefield history. Probably the most interesting thing I know I heard from a fellow at Vermont Country store who had been researching Stubblefields (he married one). He said there was a Colonel Stubblefield in Revolutionary War that was good friend of Washington and Lafeyette....There is a Stubblefield Falls up here near Wash, DC in the Potomac River near Great Falls. No one knows of it much except the kayakers. Anyway, HI, all you cousins.
 

Name: Jo Ellen Woodrow <gem2005us@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-01-27
Comments:
Love your web site. Excellent work!
 

Name: Karen Stubblefield <Faithtkb133@aol.com>
Date: 2003-01-26
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces None at all!
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer No
Comments:
Because I'am looking for an afroamerican and a mulatto man. whose father is a toss between William K Stubblefield or Honarble Alphonzo Stubblefield or Nathan Stubblefield. My great grandfather is Rufus Grant Stubblefield.
 

Name: Georgia Stubblefield <jgstub@wizzards.net>
Date: 2003-01-18
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces maybe
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer maybe
Comments:
Are you familiar with the David B Trimble book on Stubblefield and Stroud? It may have more info on your family. Out line is also descended from Symon's son George through Robert and Ann -- Richard and Susannah -- and there our trail dims -- some say through an illigitimate son of the Wyatt who married Ann Challis -- others think our Wyatt might have been the son of one of Richard's brothers. You can find information on our line by typing in "Stubblefield Family Genealogy Website". My husband's cousin Dennis has gathered some good info and a few pictures. He is waiting for more from me on James Jasper who was my husband's grandfather. Will be back when I have more time. Let me know if I can offer any puzzle pieces to you. Georgia
 

Name: Liz Hunt Reedy <LHunt45@aol.com>
Date: 2003-01-18
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Maybe
Comments:
Canada Atherton was my Great Grandfather. He was born 5-11-1845 in Greenville, KY. He married unknown aand had a son
Edgar Atherton. He married 2nd time to Maranda Isaabell Honnell/Hunnell. They had 4 children. Does this connect to
your Athertons.

 

Name: Judy Hughes <judyh@dnet.net>
Date: 2003-01-11
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
I just discovered your site. I descend from
Thomas Stubblefiled Long b. 1771 near Hopkinsville, Christian County, KY who married
Lucinda "Lucy" Brown Slaughter.
Thomas was son of Gabriel E. Long (Cpt/Maj in Rev. War, listed in DAR, son of Reuben Long and Nancy Anne Slaughter stubblefield OR Elizabeth Stubblefiled (have seen evidence of both mothers), grandson of Thomas stubblefield b. 1712.

Would like to share notes.

Judy Hughes
judyh@dnet.net

Have descendants since then if you are interested.

 

Name: Nancy W. H. Garrett <nannyghote@shorelineonline.net>
Date: 2003-01-08
Comments:
Great Site. My great great great grandfather was John S. Stubblefield who married Polly Eppes Harwood. He is from Charles City County, Virginia. He was born 1786 and died 1858. He had a sister Lilly Stubblefield that I know nothing about. He had a daughter Virginia A. Stubblefield who married William Franklin Harwood. Would love to correspond with any cousins.

Nancy

 

Name: Marge Ingebretsem <marge-inge@attbi.com>
Date: 2002-12-29
Comments:
Thanks -I'm tracing out the Stubblefield-Shortridge connection. See several names in the marriage site that might be of help...will check back later. Marge
 

Name: Brian Stubblefield <Miseod@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-12-23
Comments:
I will check my family tree to see if the Henry Stubblefield listed on the marriage page (October 19, 1786
Goochland Co., Virginia ) is any relation. My family is from eastern Virginia.

 

Name: Debra Stubblefield/Lambrecht <redm_ms@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-11-19
Comments:
My maiden name is Stubblefield. I enjoyed looking at your website. Thanks!
 

Name: Ciemantha Stubblefield <ciemantha@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-11-17
Comments:
this is really cool. I probably am not a part of your family but i still can dream that i have ancestors and they might be related to you
 

Name: Michael Atherton <michael.atherton@trw.com>
Date: 2002-10-18
URL of your Genealogy Related Website none
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
.
 

Name: Robert Shappley <BShapp@AOL.com>
Date: 2002-10-13
Comments:
This is an excellent work, Jean. My sincerest congratulations! I know the Colonel would be very pleased.
 

Name: Margarette (Maggie) Stubblefield Maranto <magmaranto@aol.com>
Date: 2002-09-21
Comments:
I've just finished typing and editing the early memoirs of my father, Park LeRoy Stubblefield, born in Barry County, Missouri, Oct. 4, 1892, with some family data included. The memoirs are through 1930, and contain a wealth of detail about his childhood and young manhood in Missouri, and in Santo Domingo, where he served from 1916 to 1918 in the Marine Corps just before and during the First World War.
 

Name: Allece Falkner <taafalkner@intellex.com>
Date: 2002-09-06
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Descendants of Josiah Stubblefield
Comments:
I am the daughter of John Oscar Lamb and grandaughter of Hiram Lorenzo Lamb and Samantha Jane Stubblefield. I have information on the line of Edward Stubblefield and all of the Stubblefield family buried in Barry County, MO.
 

Name: Deb Koplen <koplend@swbell.net>
Date: 2002-07-18
URL of your Genealogy Related Website http://home.swbell.net/koplend/
Comments:
Seeking a James Stubblefield who married Mary Bullard of Spotsylvania? She is the daughter of Richard Bullard and Granddaughter of Ambrose Bullard.
 

Name: Tammy Stubblefield Clevinger <tlclevinger@msn.com>
Date: 2002-07-16
Comments:
My father, who is still alive, is named Marshall Eugene Stubblefield. I just happen to be surfing the web and came across your page. We live in Rogersville, Tennessee, which is about 60 miles northeast of Knoxville. I don't know if there is any connection or not, just thought it was a strange coincedence.

Sincerely,
Tammy Stubblefield Clevinger

 

Name: eben roland stubblefield <stubblefield@attbi.com>
Date: 2002-07-14
URL of your Genealogy Related Website none
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
very interesting collection of your family's history.
 

Name: Jack H. Stubblefield <jack.stubblefield@verizon.net>
Date: 2002-07-13
URL of your Genealogy Related Website none
Comments:
My family came from around Greenville, IL. My grandfather was John Wesley Stubblefield
 

Name: Tom Williams <oletom@charter.net>
Date: 2002-07-08
URL of your Genealogy Related Website http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=oletom
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes
Comments:
Jean, the d.o.d. for Berlie and Rufus Atherton are in my file on worldconnnect above. You have done a wonderful job on this site. I congratulate you!

Tom Williams, KY

 

Name: mark a. evans <mark@gilderfluke.com>
Date: 2002-07-03
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces maybe
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer don"t think so
Comments:
Think I'm a far distant cousin from "Symon" on down through Calloway County Kentucky Stubblefields.
 

Name: Amanda Stubblefield <lttlepastnowhere@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-07-01
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer maybe
Comments:
I have found some of my family history. I think that maybe our family is connected. Robert Stubblefield and Sarah Easley are in my family history. Please e-mail me back.
 

Name: Brandy Stubblefield <brandy_stubblefield@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-07-01
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces not sure
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no, sorry. :(
Comments:
I just wanted to check this out to see if I am related to any of these people. My grandmother was a Turner before she married my grandfather who was a Stubblefield. Before they died, they resided in Billings, Missouri. I'm not sure of our family history; but wish that I had learned more about it before they passed away. I know that my grandfather's name was Richard "Dick" Stubblefield and his mother and father lived in Monett, Missouri before they died. I really wish that I could find out more about my family tree. Maybe you all can help me. :) Thank you, Brandy Stubblefield (Springfield, Missouri)
 

Name: Troy Cory Stubblefield <josie@smart90.com>
Date: 2002-06-08
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Nathan Beverly Stubblefield
Comments:
Where are the decendant's of Nathan Beverly Stubblefield, the inventor of Radio located?
 

Name: bradley stubblefield <bradstubblefield@earthlink.net>
Date: 2002-06-04
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces sort of
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
My gg grandfather is Fielding Monroe Stubblefield (b. 22 Apr 1844-d. 2 june 1904) and I am trying to locate where his father was born, Absolem Fielding Stubblefield. Fielding Monroe Stubblefield was born near Dalton, Randolph, AK. Any help would be great. Thanks.
Brad Stubblefield

 

Name: Mary Nicodemus <goappy@canby.com>
Date: 2002-04-13
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
My great grandfather was a son of Robert Loxley9 m. to Elizabeth Dodson. He was b12-12-1834 in Warren Co. Tenn d. 1-17-1906 and buried in Monument, Oregon m. Mary M. Burnham. I have photo of their headstones. I have a photo of Mary Stubblefields headstone b.3-31-1828 d. 11-14-1903 buried at Monument. I am making a road trip to Kentucky,Arkansa,Tennessee,Missouri,North Carolina and maybe Virginia in August and hope to visit cemeterys with Stubblefield graves to get more photos.
 

Name: patton o. jones <pajones@mccreary.k12.ky.us>
Date: 2002-04-11
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces may have
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer buck stubblefield
Comments:
buck stubblefield was my g.g.grandfather.i think buck was a nick name,could it be that buck is william who was a member of co. k 19th tn. inf. c.s.a rogersville tn. my g.grandfather was william h.he had two brothers tom and andrew,one sister manndy.could this line have come from robert loxley,hawkins co. tn. patton o.jones 308 alum rd.whitley city ky. (606)376-3779 day (606)376-5006
 

Name: patton o jones <pajones@mccreary.k12.ky.us>
Date: 2002-04-11
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer buck stubblefield
Comments:
buck stubblefield is my g.g.grandfather. i thank buck was a nick name.could he have been william stubblefield of k co.19th tn. inf.c.s.a. my g.grandfather was william h..he had two brothers tom and andrew,one sister manndy. this line hails from hawkins co. tn. could thay have come form robert loxley? patton o.jones 308 alum rd.whitley city ky.42653 home phone (606)376-3779 day (606)376-5006
 

Name: regina kiser culhane <culhane1966@msn.com>
Date: 2002-04-06
Comments:
just checking the kiser name we are frome carter county ky always looking for lost relatives i think its great you have a web page for that reason
 

Name: Jerry Stubblefield <jstubblefield@juno.com>
Date: 2002-03-14
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces y
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer y
Comments:
If my other comments have been received, please forgive the duplicates. Our family trees both start with the Castle Camps Stubblefields but diverged after George Stubblefield, who was born in 1675. My line continued with his son Robert, born in 1702, and I have the line on down to myself and my son. My father, Lester Leo Stubblefield, was born in 1921 and is living in Texas. Let me know if you want the full information on our branch of the family. You have a great web site!
 

Name: Larry Surber <surber@kdsi.net>
Date: 2002-02-26
URL of your Genealogy Related Website None
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes
Comments:
Great site! I am in the line of John S., son of Edward b. abt 1755 in Halifax Co. VA who married Mary Lightfoot Munford in Charles City Co. VA. I have a great amount of detail on Edward but hit a wall going past him. I would love to exchange information with any others interested!
 

Name: Tom McKee <tpmckee@attbi.com>
Date: 2002-02-21
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Comments:
Tracking Stubblefields in Texas starting with David Jackson Stubblefield who was born 6/7/1870 in Berry CO.,MO. His father was David Jackson SR.,born 3/10/1833, but don't know where.He married Antionette Thacker.. He had brother John.
 

Name: James Stubblefield <Ariel1941@aol.com>
Date: 2002-02-13
Comments:
Seeking Sally Stubblefield, b. 1924, daughter Henry stubblefield
 

Name: Laurence Alan Stubblefield, I <larrystubblefield@sai-arch.com>
Date: 2002-02-10
URL of your Genealogy Related Website none
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Yes!!
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
My grandfather, Cecil Lutheran Stubblefield was born in Texas, the son of John Beverly Stubblefield who was the son of Beverly D. Stubblefield who went to Texas from Kentucky. We have never been able to make the Kentucky to Texas link but I think your site just may have made if for us. There is a pretty large clan of us in the Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico area.
 

Name: Jeff Harper <joystoylv@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-02-02
URL of your Genealogy Related Website None
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Maybe
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Maybe
Comments:
Minnie Ella Stubblefield b: 1872 married Thomas A. Harper, s/o Uriah Harper, s/o who?
 

Name: karen stubblefield <faithtkb@aol.com>
Date: 2002-01-18
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
Alphonzo Stubblefield from Kentucky must be unreal or another afroamerican Stubblefield has to be my grandfather.This name is on my father birth record Thomas A Stubblefield born in 1924 April 7.Reacie Phillips is listed as his mother. Also i have a marriage record of Alphonzo Stubblefield Oct 4 1924 to another woman.Who raised Thomas A Stubblefield my father but can not find any thing on my grandfather.No information what so ever anyone can come up with something is a good one.
 

Name: Don Byrne <donbyrne1936@msn.com>
Date: 2002-01-13
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces possibly
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer hopefully, I will have
Comments:
I am the grandson of Ida Mae Stubblefield (b. 21 Sep 1867 in Springfield, Greene, MO) and the great-grandson of Granville B. (Beverley) Stubblefield (b. abt 1845 in ?, m. Adeline Lynch abt. 1865 in Clifty, Madison, AR). I feel there may be a connection to George Stubblefield, Sr. of Spotsylvania Co., VA (d. 1752) & Catherine Beverley (1708-1777) of Spotsylvania Co., VA. I am searching for proof of that connection to them and, therefore, to your family. My address is: 620 E. 1st Ave., Mesa, AZ 85204-1004; phone # (480) 615-6951; email: DonByrne1936@msn.com I would be most grateful for any information that would help me in this search. Thank you for a great family website! ~Don~
 

Name: Rainer James <brighteyes5678>
Date: 2001-11-30
URL of your Genealogy Related Website None
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Maybe
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer No.
Comments:
I never laughed as hearty as when I was with Barbara "Barbi" Stubblefield. We met in camp Y-Ho-Wa one summer and I visited a wk at her home in Mich. We lost touch after we grew up. I thought about her from time to time and one day, some years later, I sat down to write her a letter telling a little about the twists and turns my life had taken and asking about hers. Not long thereafter, I received a phone call---from her parents. Barbi had died. They said, as I recall, that she had moved to Calif., married and was 'climbing the corporate ladder' when striken. Just before she died, her dad said he had taken the whole family to Hawaii---that's where Barbi wanted to go...and they had a ball! I'm so glad she had a warm and loving family. But I am sad for the grief her parents are suffering being without her. I'm sad too that Barbi didn't call me and let me know she was ill. I would have liked to comfort her, to do things for her, with her, and...to make her laugh. I would have showed her in the Bible where she'll just be asleep for a little while and I'd promise to be there when she awakened in paradise here on earth. Nevertheless, I'm going to do my best to be there when she awakens. I know we'll cry---tears of happiness. And then, I'll tell her about how came to be there...I'll tell her about the grand blessings of everlasting life on a peaceful earth...the promise of Jehovah God and his Son, Jesus Christ. (Ps. 37:10-11, 29; John 3:16; John 17:3; John 5:28-29; Rev. 21:1-5; Isa. 43:10) Yes, it's going to be a grand happy time to see my friend, Barbara Stubblefield again.
 

Name: dawn Williams Rahe <dawnierahe@cs.com>
Date: 2001-11-21
Comments:
Love how organized and eay to follow your tree is. I have a Georege Stubblefield Williams in my tree s/o Anne Stubblefield and William Clayton Williams have you stumbled on any information on this line???/
 

Name: Anita Frances (Atherton) Petrich <apetrich5@earthlink.net>
Date: 2001-10-29
Comments:
Dear Bobbie and Marshall,
You have created a wonderful website. It was exciting to see my family history come alive and know I have reconnected to family. My father was John Herbert Atherton, the son of Arnie B. Atherton. I have a wonderful memory of my father telling me how much he admired and loved Marshall and Louise Stubblefield. Your website has clarified a lot for me. I will stay in touch and Thank You so much. You have brought tears to my eyes and encouraged me to keep up my genealogy efforts. You can always reach me at apetrich5@earthlink.net.
Best,
Anita Petrich

 

Name: Joyce Stubblefield Pattillo <jpatconsulting@aol.com>
Date: 2001-10-26
Comments:
I am an African American whose maiden name just happens to be Stubblefield. I find little information regarding African Americans with the surname, Stubblefield. It appears my father's father was from the Kentucky area and subsequently settled in Arkansas (Jackson County). My fathers name was John Cornelius Stubblefield. His father was John Stubblefield and his father's father was John Stubblefifeld also. My grandmother was Sadie Stubblefield. The siblings were Rosie, R.T., Willie, Charlies, Lavelle. There was another brother who died from burns received when his dormitory burned in California. Only two of the siblings are alive today, R.T. Stubblefield and Lavelle Stubblefield Fluellen.
There is a man with the last name of Stubblefield who sales vegetable products out of Atlanta. A picture of this man reveals a stricking resemblance of my brother Johnnie Stubblefield, Jr.
I will continue to search for more............

 

Name: Joyce Stubblefield Pattillo <jpatconsulting@aol.com>
Date: 2001-10-26
Comments:
I am an Aftican American whose maiden name just happens to be Stubblefield. I find little information regarding African Americans with the surname, Stubblefield. It appears my father's father was from the Kentucky area and subsequently settled in Arkanas (Jackson County). Will continue to search for more............
 

Name: James A. Stubblefield <abn_stubby@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-09-09
Comments:
I don't know much about my family history. My father, John Leroy Stubblefield, came from Williamson, WV. He was born in 1932. His father's name was Roy and he was married to the former Nell Weaver. That is about all I know, other than my father's family came from the WV/Kentucky area. I was fascinated by your website and would love to know if we are somehow related.
 

Name: Ruth Kramer <rekramer@earthlink.net>
Date: 2001-09-08
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer maybe
Comments:
My greatgrandfather William Preston Stubblefield. His siblings; Clara, Robert, Mary, Minnie, David(?) and James.
Their mother was Katherine Collier/Colyer. Don't know father's first name. William Preston married Martha Alby and had two daughters; Gladys and Viola. Robert married Maude Souders. Their children; Alma, Robert, Dode, Andrew, Ione, John, and Freida. Area of Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois. Family lore says Williams father was one of seven brothers from Pennsylvania(?)seperated by the War Between the States. Related in some way to Stubblefields in Texas.

 

Name: karen stubblefield <faithtkb@AOL.COM>
Date: 2001-08-31
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces NO
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer NO
Comments:
JUST GIVING UP ON FINDING ALPHONZO STUBBLEFIELD BORN AROUND 1874 AN AFROAMERICAN LOST IN THIS SEARCH HE SUPPOSED TO BE FROM KENTUCKY HE IS ON MY FATHER BIRTH RECORD THOMAS A. STUBBLEFIELD BORN APRIL 7 1924 IN WARROMINE WEST VIRGINA THE DISTRICT OF BIG CREEK MOTHER REACIE PHILLIPS IS FROM GEROGIA BORN AROUND 1886 CAN NOT FIND HER OR LULA B GRIFFITH ALPHONZO WIFE MARRIED OCT 4 1924 IN WEST OR VIRGINA SO LOST GOOD BYE
 

Name: karen stubblefield <faith tkb@aol.com>
Date: 2001-08-15
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
just need help finding a alphonzo stublefield born around 1874 fron kentucky he had three wives first unknown the 2nd reacie or marie phillips she had 6 children the third lula b griffith they were married oct 4 1924 in west virgina my father is thomas a stubblefield he was born april 7 1924 his mother name was reacie alphonzo was rumored to have 13 children or13 brothers and sisters lula mother name was hannah sheppard reacie phillips no clue she was born around 1886 thats all i know please help thank you so lost
 

Name: MARGARET MESSER-QUICK <rmemaz@charter.net>
Date: 2001-07-31
Comments:
We will have to chew on all of this great research
Thank you for sharing
Margaret (mema)

 

Name: Gary E. Jones <gjones.home@gateway.net>
Date: 2001-07-29
URL of your Genealogy Related Website myfamily.com
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Maybe
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer about 6,000 Stubblefield, Hudson, Wilkinson, Jobe, Tompkins links
Comments:
Our Stubblefied roote are extensive and a group of about 30 of us are picking up the research from other family members. My grandmother was Lourena Alice "Stubblefield" "Wilkinson" Jones. Her mother was Hettie Ann Stubblefield, who's father was Absolom Stubblefield. Trail of ancestors from Tennessee to California about 1850.
 

Name: Gary E. Jones <gjones.home@gateway.net>
Date: 2001-07-29
URL of your Genealogy Related Website myfamily.com
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Maybe
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer about 6,000 Stubblefield link
Comments:
Our Stubblefied root are extensive and a group of about 30 of us are picking up the research from other family members.
 

Name: Lynn Pena <dpena@pacbell.net>
Date: 2001-07-21
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Don't know - haven't yet begun researching my husband's Stubblefield relatives
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer see comments
Comments:
My mother-in-law was LaDona Stubblefield; her father was William Norville Stubblefield who married Victoria Gulley - unknown when or where. Their other children were Eula, Eddeth (not a type-two d's), Claude, Bessie (died as a child) Annie and William (Bill). As we haven't started researching this family line yet, I have few facts or information. We believe they were originally from Arkansas, moved to Oklahoma and ultimately wound up in Orosi, Calif. where they owned a small fruit ranch. There is a very brief biographical sketch of the family in, "History of Tulare & Kings County" by Eugene L. Manefee & Fred A. Dodge (published around 1913). Many Stubblefields are burried at Smith Mountain Cemetary which is located near Visalia, Calif.

Very nice site - clear and informative!

 

Name: Jas. Stubblefield <Legionnaire199@aol.com>
Date: 2001-07-03
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Not sure
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Perhaps, perhaps not
Comments:
I was born to Sally Stubblefield, in Buffalo N.Y., 5/27/41
Her father was Henry Stubblefield, probably from Philadelphia, Pa.
Sally was 17 yoa when I was born, now she'd be 77. I'd love to locate her. I was adopted, and am known as Jeff Jones, but I was born James Stubblefield.

There was also a Stubblefield who survived the Bataan Death March.


 

Name: james wall <jewall@students.wisc.edu>
Date: 2001-06-23
Comments:
Hi Cousins,
I descend from the marriage of Elizabeth "Betsey" STUBBLEFIELD d/o William STUBBLEFIELD & Elizabeth McDANIEL d/o Fielding McDANIEL to William ALLEN who was the original owner of Mammoth Springs Arkansas via their daughter Louisa Emeline ALLEN. I am interested in evidence regarding the parentage of William STUBBLEFIELD. We have always been told George STUBBLEFIELD & Keziah READE//REED. I have found researchers claiming that in fact our William descends via George STUBBLEFIELD's brother Joel STUBBLEFIELD & Ann unknown. Feedback appreciated.

e-address incorrect in the prior posting. Sorry. Correct here.

james wall

 

Name: james wall <jewall@students.wsic.edu>
Date: 2001-06-23
Comments:
Hi Cousins,
I descend from the marriage of Elizabeth "Betsey" STUBBLEFIELD d/o William STUBBLEFIELD & Elizabeth McDANIEL d/o Fielding McDANIEL to William ALLEN who was the original owner of Mammoth Springs Arkansas via their daughter Louisa Emeline ALLEN. I am interested in evidence regarding the parentage of William STUBBLEFIELD. We have always been told George STUBBLEFIELD & Keziah READE//REED. I have found researchers claiming that in fact our William descends via George STUBBLEFIELD's brother Joel STUBBLEFIELD & Ann unknown. Feedback appreciated.

james wall

 

Name: Barb Fageol <Ka9a@aol.com>
Date: 2001-06-20
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer yes
Comments:
My great-grandfather was Aurelius A. (Rebus)Stubblefield, son of George Washington Stubblefield and Susan Jane Shamblin. If you'd like any more of his line just let me know. I would be interested in your sources. I live near the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
 

Name: Erica Lewis <CopperC38@aol.com>
Date: 2001-06-08
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces Yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Yes
Comments:
I am doing research on the Stubblefield and Via families. I have some infomation if you would like it. If you have any questions please e-mail me.
Thanks,
Erica

 

Name: billy dean stubblefield <stubbie@hugit.net>
Date: 2001-06-06
URL of your Genealogy Related Website no
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer no
Comments:
just found this site
 

Name: Bruce Stubblefield <bruceks@oregontrail.net>
Date: 2001-04-30
Comments:
I am a decendent of Thomas Jefferson Stubblefield.
 

Name: karen stubblefield <kss 196 mercy 1>
Date: 2001-04-10
Comments:
I NEED HELP FINDING MY GRANDFATHER THOMAS ALPHONZO STUBBLEFIELD WHO WAS BORN AROUND 1875 OR1876 HE IS AFROAMERICAN HE HAD ALOT OF CHILDREN POSSIBLEY THREE WIVES THE FIST I DO NOT KNOW THE SECOND REACIE OR MARIE PHILLIPS SHE WAS BORN AROUND 1890 OR 91 THE THIRD IS LULABELL STUBBLEFIELD SHE DIED IN DETROIT MICHIGAN AROUND 1958 OR 1957 MY FATHER NAME IS THOMAS ALPHONSO HE DIED JAN 26 1990
 

Name: Allece Falkner <taafalkner@intellex.com>
Date: 2001-03-14
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces yes
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Missouri Stubblefields
Comments:
Thanks Jean. Your information on the English Stubblefields filled in that gap for me. I really enjoy exchanging information with you.
 

Name: Joyce Jackson <mrsmaude1@yahoo.com>
Date: 2001-02-22
URL of your Genealogy Related Website http://www.fastrus.com/~jjak
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces no
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer Sorry, we are not researching the same surnames.
Comments:
You are doing a great job with your site. Congratulations! My stay was enjoyable.
 

Name: Sue Stubblefield Titus <Sue83047@aol.com>
Date: 2001-02-11
Comments:
Jean, you have created a GREAT Web Page for the Family and I thank you!! Look forward to updates.
 

Name: Brenda <brendalynne@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-02-10
URL of your Genealogy Related Website none
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces not yet, still searching
Comments:
I'm trying to find all my Stubblefield/Looney connections who were first white settlers in what was then Lawrence Co, AR, but later the area was divided & this area became Randolph Co., AR Local history records the names of these first 3 men as William Looney, Coleman & Fielding Stubblefield, who were brothers-in-law to Mr Looney. Anyone able to help in this search would be appreciated very much.
 

Name: stephen wall <brickwall2686>
Date: 2001-02-08
Comments:
hi i like the site
 

Name: Georgia Stubblefield <jgstub@wizzards.net>
Date: 2001-02-07
URL of your Genealogy Related Website http://members.tripod.com/~Stubblefields/Tableofcontents.html
Comments:
Hi Jean; Well, I finally got here!! I like your quiet background -- so many folks get so carried away with cutsey, colorful graphics and stuff that you can barely find the subjects -- or sometimes barely read it. The URL
URL above was created by the great grandson of Albert's grandfather's 1/2 brother William Kirkham Stubblefield. Right now he doesn't have grandpa's info posted because I haven't sent it to him -- just forgot. Can you believe it? Anyway, Dennis has posted most of the info on the first Stubblefields in America. He may still have some details wrong, but not too bad. BTW, his is one of the sites that has too much color for me. Will be back -- Georgia Stubblefield

 

Name: Tomme Stubblefield Smith <suzy@futura.net>
Date: 2001-01-31
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces maybe
Comments:
This is a very informative web page. I've been trying to research my father's (Richard H. Stubblefield) side of the family for awhile now. Looking forward to your updates on this page.

Thanks

 

Name: Becky Stubblefield <beckystubblefield@hotmail.com>
Date: 2001-01-22
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces still searching
Comments:
Great job!!!
 

Name: Sally Berreth <astro46586@aol.com>
Date: 2001-01-21
Did you find any missing puzzle pieces maybe
Do you have any puzzle pieces to offer not yet
Comments:
Thank you for your help Really appreciate it.
 

Name: Tom Williams <oletom@apex.net>
Date: 2001-01-10
Comments:
Great site Jean! I love it.