|1||Hughes, David Beam |
David Beam Hughes attended Walnut Grove School on Sand Mountain. He as one of the leading citizens of Lebanon all his life. He farmed and operated a cotton gin there, later moving the gin to Fort Payne, where he and his two sons, Ray and Charles, ran it and a lage warehouse until his death. He was interested in beekeeping and in saddle horses.
|2||Hughes, Mary Elizabeth (McNaron)|
Mary Elizabeth (McNaron) Hughes
|3||Lebanon Cemetery, DeKalb Co, Alabama|
Lebanon Cemetery, DeKalb Co, Alabama
|4||Malone, Eliza Ada "Baxter"|
Eliza Ada "Baxter" Malone - Eliza was the daughter of James and Napier (Horton)Baxter. She married George Lee Malone in Dekalb County, Alabama on August 18, 1899. Together she and Judge Malone had 8 children: John Robert, Eulitia Hamilton, Jesse Zoe, Purl Davis, George Wallace, Mary Kate, Ruben Jack, and Sidney Allison.
"Granny Lone" was known for her story telling abilities. She often entertained children with mezmerizing stories, many of which included ghosts or bulls. Her grandson, Beam Hughes Malone has memories of running to her and saying, "Talk bull, Granny Lone, talk bull." His mother, Grace Elizabeth Hughes, remarked one time, "You have no idea how close that is to being the truth."
Bio from: Haley Keith Malone