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Arringtons from Nash Co NC > Cherokee Co AL
Posted by: Phil Carter (ID *****7248) Date: July 08, 2010 at 21:28:58
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Does anyone have records showing any Nash Co, NC Arringtons moving to Cherokee Co, AL? Our Arringtons settled around Tally Mtn area (Tecumseh) in AL (Joniello James Arrington 1838 AL-1909 AL). Searching possible Arringtons from Nash NC>Morgan GA> Jackson GA> Cherokee AL.

believed uncle, but not James' father:
William ARRINGTON b 1803-5 GA d bef 1870 Cherokee Co AL (1830 Census) Capt Brown's Dist 281 Morgan Co GA, Wm not there in 1820, but Charly and Isham ARRINGTON are in Capt Chisolm's Dist and Samuel is in Cpt Farrow's Dist Morgan Co GA
(1830 Census) Regiment 38 & 30 Jasper GA
(1840 Census) Benton Co AL (later Cherokee Co)
(1850 Census) 27th Dist Cherokee AL
(1860 Census) Div 1 Cherokee AL bought property there 1860
+Cintha, Cynthia PHILLIPS b 1811-3 GA m 9 Jul 1825 Morgan County Georgia d btwn 1874-1880 (1870 Census) Twnshp 12-Range 11 Cherokee Co AL, farmer paid 1874 state and county tax receipt (Cherokee Co AL Tax Recpt) only one Phillips in 1820 Morgan GA: father William PHILLIPS (1820 Census) Capt Chisolms Dist Morgan GA

Henry ARRINGTON residence: 1819 Cherokee Co AL, no town listed (1811-19 AL Tax List), but not present on 1820 Fed Census. Earliest Arrington mentioned in Cherokee Co Census lists.

James Arrington children names:
John Thomas
Mary Ella
James W
Ida A
Emma (Emmer)
Willard W
Charles P
Della Daisy

Arringtons in Cherokee AL by 1870 (William's children):
John Diver

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