Hampton, Caroline Alberson Family Pictures, Macoupin County IL

Martha Caroline Alberson Hampton

contributed by Becky Bowman

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Becky Bowman writes, My third great grandmother Martha Caroline Alberson Hampton was born 23 Nov 1826 in South Carolina, lived in Tennessee and died 20 Feb 1877 in Carlinville. In the 1860 census she is living in township 9 range 7 (Brushy Mound Township). I can't find her in the 1870 census though she died in 1877 in Carlinville.

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seated left to right, Lafayette Hampton, Emaline Hampton Fones, William I Hampton
standing in the back Allen Monroe Hampton

Martha's daughter, my great great grandmother, Emaline Hampton was born in Oct 1847 in Fentress County, Tennessee and died 25 March 1918 in Alton, IL. She was living in Polk Township, Macoupin Co in the 1860 census through 1910. Emaline married Charles Fones.
Martha's son, Lafayette Hampton, was born 19 April 1848 in Knoxville, Tennessee and died 18 Aug 1930 in Macoupin County. He lived in Polk Township from 1860 until his death. He married Emily Davidson.
Martha's son, William Irving Hampton, was born 1856 In Missouri and died 1931 in Missouri. He lived in Macoupin County from about 1860 to unknown.

Martha's son, Allen Monroe Hampton, was born 1854 in Missouri and died 1931 in Missouri. He lived in Macoupin County from about 1860 to unknown.

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Picture of John William and Martha Cordelia Fones Davis

Emaline Hampton Fones' daughter, Martha Cordelia Fones married John William Davis and lived in Macoupin County.

 My whole family was from Macoupin County (it seems like) and I have marriage records, death records and such for them.

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