Owen kin

Re: Randy Owen, of “ALABAMA”

As mentioned below, Randy’s great grandfather was Joseph Owen, although the county marriage records list him as J.H. Owens. His whereabouts are still unknown after Joseph Earnest was born.
I have my Owens family in 1860 Cherokee County alabama, Blue Pond, with the following census information:
Newton R. Owens, 28
Louisa Owens (maiden name Mitchell), 30
W Owens, 5
John M Owens, 4
Joseph Owens, 2
Mary E Owens, 1

Newton was killed in the Civil War.

From the 1870 census I have what’s left of the same family:
Owins L, 42
William M, 16
John M, 14
Joseph H, 12
Sousannn M, 8

I believe this Joseph H is Randy’s great grandfather.

As I said, I don’t know where he is buried, but Louisa and William are buried at Black Creek Cemetery. Also at Black Creek are Callie Hester, 1895-1959, his wife Ethel B. Spears Hester, 1897-1977, and their son John Clifton Hester (infant-1920).

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