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From: Valley Leaves; Dec 1991; Madison Co (AL); p. 84, pgs. 66-68
The Territory vs.
Case: Abraham Standerfer (sic), late of Madison Co., Miss. Territory, did on 19 Jan 1813 in the town of Huntsville, assault and ill treat Joseph Doherty, labourer, then and there to the great damage of Doherty and to the evil example of all others. The grand jury found a true bill and the Sheriff was ordered to find and safely keep Standerfer (sic)to answer the charges against him. Afterwards Standerfer pleaded not guilty and a jury was impanelled; John Rhea, Daniel Gibbs, John Chisholm, Michael Montgomery, James Power, Thomas Brandon, John Stokes, Roadin Tucker, William Rather, George Sharp, Michael Byrd and James Hollinsworth.
Verdict: Guilty in manner and form as charged. Standerfer fined 6 1/4 cents plus costs.
This was Abraham Heard Standerfer4 (Israel3, James2, John1 Standiford)
From the Southern Citizen, a newspaper making it's appearance in Asheboro AL on December 31, 1836, after first being published in Randolph County for about ten months.
October 18, 1839: John Sanderford, formerly of North Carolina died September 21, 1839, in Mobile, AL
October 18, 1839: ? Sanderford, wife of John Sanderford, formerly of NC died September 17, 1839, in Mobile, AL.
From: Marriage, Death and Legal Notices from Early Alabama Newspapers 1819-1893; compiled by Pauline Jones Gandrud, p. 236:
"Huntsville AL Advocate"; August 6, 1869: Died on June 3 near Brownsboro, Nannia Sanford, daughter of Mr. John Sanford. M. E. Church.
"Huntsville AL Advocate"; September 7, 1869: State of Alabama - Madison Co, -- Probate Court, Sept. 4. James Johnston, excecutor of William Johnston, deceased. Heirs who are non-residents of Ala: John T. Smith and wife Mary, William F. Standifer, John Newman and wife Duanna, Leonidas F. Standifer, Quinteria Standifer, Cecil Standifer, Cycelious Standifer, Jerome Standifer, Perry Eagle and wife Crucy, John Johnston and James Johnston.
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