Arnold Family Genealogy
My Arnolds came to Prentiss County from
South Carolina between 1844-1846 and even though my direct line
moved to Texas in 1876, the remainder of the family still lives
around Old Clausel Hill to this day
I am related to the Beardens by
marriage through my Burress line. Much of this was shared with me
and begins in Virginia and goes to Prentiss County Mississippi.
My name is Arthur Gordon Finch, Jr., I am a retired United Methodist Minister living in Aliceville,
Alabama. My dad, by the same name less the Jr.. was born of Felix Braxton Finch and Saretha Denson
Finch at New Site in Printiss County, November 25, 1904. Other relatives of Prentiss County are Sidney
Finch, and Ellis Finch, both lawyers. My dad migrated and married in Red Bay, Alabama just across
the MS-AL state line. I was born in 1932 in Red Bay.I have recently retired after 42 years
as a United Methodist Minister of the North Alabama Conference.
Benjamin Bearden Family
My grand father,
Albert Sidney Green, was a lifelong resident of Prentiss County,
and served as sheriff for a term during prohibition. Although it is
still a work in progress, we have a family history page named for
Smith Street. (http://121smithstreet.homestead.com)
Of course the house is no longer there, the lot is now a church
parking lot. But it will forever remain a fond memory in our
hearts...James Sidney Green, grandson of Albert Sidney Green
Gathering and trading info Stephens Stevens genealogy and history of the 1800's in old Tishomingo
and Prentiss Counties. My line Hardy Stephens.
James Harlow Robertson 1805-1885 married Manerva Swinney 1827-1860 first and then Martha Jane Jones
Wadsworth 1842-1909. This family was in the Old Tishomingo County - later Prentiss County.
This page was put up in memory of Clyde Cagle. It contains letters from Clyde after he went away to
war - WWII. Clyde lost his life in France fighting for his country.
Kemp Family Chronicles
Descendants of Nathaniel L. Kemp, family stories, documents, cemetery,
The King's Meadow
contains family tree reports, family announcements, some photos (including one of Daniel Washington
Kingsley following the Civil War, in which he served in Ashcraft's Regiment), and other information
relative to the Kingsley family. Daniel Washington KINGSLEY married (1)Elizabeth "Bette" Barnette
on 7th of October 1875 in Prentiss County. She died in Prentiss County in July 1878 of injuries
received in a fire at their home. Daniel then married (2)Charlotte Emily "Lottie" Gardner on 4th of
April 1883 in Prentiss County.