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  1. James Charles Sharp: Birth: 1828 in Gravelly Springs, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA. Death: 7 MAR 1894 in Gravelly Springs, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA

  2. Charles Sharp: Birth: 1830 in Waterloo, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA. Death: 23 NOV 1882 in Booneville, Logan, Arkansas, USA

  3. ! Charles Sharp: Birth: 1830 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA. Death: 23 NOV 1882 in Booneville, Logan, Arkansas, USA

  4. Elizabeth Sharp: Birth: 1833 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA. Death: BEF 1888 in Lee, Arkansas, USA

  5. Margaret Sharp: Birth: 1837 in Waterloo, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA. Death: 1869 in Lauderdale, Alabama, USA

  6. Rutha Barton Sharp: Birth: MAY 1841 in Waterloo, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA. Death: NOV 1903 in Wright, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA

  7. Matilda Sharp: Birth: 1843 in Waterloo, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA. Death: APR 1907

  8. Adron Sharp: Birth: 1845 in Waterloo, Lauderdale, Alabama, USA.


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a. Note:   Sharp Adron Edwin b21Aug1810.jpg Name Adron (Edwin/Adrin) Sharp His Nickname "ADE".
 Wife1: Martha Lamb "Adrin" m. Martha, pg. 269 in Laud. Co., AL, Vol.1-3, (1818-1838). Wife2: Zeline Me?(from probate records).
 1840C, Laud. Co., AL, 11001-110001, Pg.2/4, image 39/106
 1850C, Laud. Co., AL, fam 353/365, pg. 509/255.
 1860C, Laud Co. AL, fam 151/151 pg. 125.
 1880C Logan Co., AR
 https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=111892949
 Bobby Risner has marriage as 25 Jan 1828..dfw Bobby Risner has dau. Elizabeth m. to Phillip Washington Wright..dfw
  Adron Sharp came to Alabama from Virginia about 1818 - 1820 with his parents. Probably the offer of free or very cheap land in the area ready for statehood. He was married in 1828 to Martha Lamb. He apparently was a man of means, he had what some called a plantation on Brush Creek about three miles north of the Tennessee River. The old home has been moved and restored and is located on Alabama State road #20 about 4 miles west of Florence. Adron had a mill on the creek, and the union soilders came and burned his mill and took his horse and also him. The officer told the soilders if they even heard a gunfire to kill old man Sharp. I am not sure of all the workings of the mill. But it definately was a grist mill. This mill was burned by the yankee occupation forces, probably in late 1864. I heard recently the grinding wheel is still in the area of the mill.
  See more under son Charle's wife Matilda Boles notes.
  *According to "History of Florence, Alabama" By: Jill K. Garrett
 Adron came to Lauderdale County, Al in 1818 with his parents Charles and "Matilda"' Anglin Sharp from Petersburg, Va who were married 20 Aug 1807 in Patrick Co., VA. Adron was b. 21 Aug 1810 Patrick Co., VA and was the second oldest of eleven children born to Charles and Matilda Sharp.
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 Probate Records;book "D" page 517, Paris, Logan Co., ARK. Will; Probate box 139, Paris Courthouse, Ark., Feb.1882 LAST WILL AND TESTAY¹NT OF ADRON SHARP
 Source: Probate Box No. Logan County Courthouse, Paris, Arkansas KNOW all men by these presents, that I, ADRON SHARP of Booneville in the County of Logan and State of Arkansas, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make and publish this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me at any time heretofore made.
 1. I hereby constitute and appoint my wife ZELINE M. SHARP to be the sole executor of my last will, directing my said executrix to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses, out of my Estate.
 2. After the payment of my said debts and funeral expenses, I give to my said wife ZELINE M. SHARP all the livestock that I may own at the time of my decease to use or dispose of as she may please for her sole use and benefit, also all the household and kitchen furniture and wearing apparel together with all the tools implements or personal property to me belonging at the time of my decease, also all the crop or produce growing or otherwise at said time.
 3. I devise to my said wife all my real estate, to wit; beginning at the southeast corner of Section (31) Township (6) North, Range (27) West, thence North (92) ninety two rods to a rock in the South (79½) west (160) one hundred and sixty rods to a stake in said road, thence South (66) sixty six rods to a stake on the south boundary of said Section, thence East (160) one hundred and sixty rods to the place of beginning, containing (78) seventy-eight acres, all in southeast ¼ of said section, also all that portion of the southeast of the southwest quarter of Section thirty-one (31), Township (6) six North of Range Twenty-seven (27) West, that lies East of the middle channel of the Booneville Creek and south of the main road that runs East and West through said land containing five acres, more or less to have and to hold for her sole use and benefit during her natural life... At her decease said real estate to my children and respectively to share and share alike.
 In testimony whereof, hereby set my hand and publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament in the presence of the witnesses named below this 6 day of February 1882.
 Signed ADRON SHARP
 Signed published and declared by the said ADRON SHARP as and for his last will and testament in presence of us, who in his and in the presence of each other, and at his request have I our names as witnesses hereto.
 John Rhyne
 Saml. P. Florence
 G.W. Evans
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