William Stovall
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William Tatum Stovall (1828 - 1906)

Dr. William Tatum Stovall
Born in Moulton, Lawrence County, Alabamamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 1852 [location unknown]
Husband of — married 7 Oct 1874 in Itawamba Co., Miss.map
Descendants descendants
Died in Leland, Washington County, Mississippimap
Profile last modified | Created 9 May 2009
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Biography

William T Stovall was born about 1828 in Alabama, United States.[1]

In the 1860 census, William T Stovall (32) was living in Pontotoc, Mississippi, with wife Sarah C Stovall (25), and children Lucella (7), Virginia (5) and Joseph P (3). He was a physician.[1]

Dr. William Tatum Stovall

Birth: 26 Oct 1828 Moulton, Lawrence County, Alabama, USA
Death: 5 Dec 1906 Leland, Washington County, Mississippi, USA (aged 78)

Parents:

William Stovall (1780-1865)
Cynthia Ann Tatom (1788-1831)

Spouse #1 and (8) Children

Sara Clementine Ewing m. 1852 - 1873
  1. Peter Simpson Stovall 1863 - 1922
  2. Virginia Jennie Stovall 1855 - 1934
  3. Cynthia Rebecca Stovall 1859 - 1920
  4. Sally Clementine Stovall 1869 - 1952
  5. Joseph Jody Stovall 1857 - 1933
  6. Lucilla Stovall 1854 - 1895
  7. Adeline Stovall 1867 - Unknown[2]

Spouses #2:

Lucy J. Ratliff Stovall 1834–1903 (m. 1874)

Burial

Greenville Cemetery, Greenville, Washington County, Mississippi, USA
Find A Grave: Memorial #13350468

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 William T Stovall. Year: 1860; Census Place: Pontotoc, Mississippi; Roll: M653_590; Page: 852; Family History Library Film: 803590/ 1860 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009.
  2. https://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/william-tatom-stovall_14617983


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Stovall-770 and Stovall-2 appear to represent the same person because: Same person with same informaiton
posted by Sally Stovall
Hello Lauri, please remove the Dr. from the suffix box and put it in the Prefix box. Thank you

Sally

posted by Sally Stovall