Person:James Edward Fletcher

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James Edward Fletcher

 CSA Soldier

Born:April 7, 1839, Limestone County, Alabama
Died:January 9, 1914, Madison County, Alabama
Buried:Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama
Residence:704 Adams Street SE
Grandson of:Captain Algernon Sidney Fletcher (1833)


Notes:

•  Married Sarah "Sallie" Elliott Matthews (March 5, 1847 - July 22, 1924) Marriage license recorded Oct. 14, 1869. - Combined Maple Hill and MCRC

•  Confederate soldier. James Edward Fletcher, born in Limestone Co., Ala., entered service in Huntsville, AL in April, 1861 and continued until the Surrender. - Maple Hill

•  Father of:
Samuella Fletcher 1870 - 1924
Sarah Fletcher 1872 -
James Edward Fletcher Jr. 1873 - Jan. 25, 1911
- Ancestry.com

•  The occupation listed in 1880 US Census was "Clerk In Store" - Ancestry.com


Related Links:
•  AAUW - Glimpses Into Antebellum Homes of Historic Huntsville, Alabama, Ninth Edition, by American Association of University Women, Huntsville Branch, Huntsville, Alabama, 1999, page 19.
•  Ancestry.com - Page owned by LindaHSmith1951 and can be viewed only with an Ancestry.com subscription.
•  Maple Hill - Maple Hill Cemetery, Phase One, by Diane Robey, Dorothy Scott Johnson, John Rison Jones, Jr., & Frances C. Roberts (Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society), 1995, page 96.
•  MCRC - Madison County Records Center, Marriages
•  Rankin File - John P. Rankin has, over the years, collected information about families living in Madison County, AL. He has made these files available here at Huntsville History Collection. The files include Rankin's notes, photos, digital copies of documents, and clippings from newspapers and periodicals. He has a Fletcher family file and some of it might apply to James Edward Fletcher.


The Following Pages Link to this Page:
•  704 Adams Street SE
•  Captain Algernon Sidney Fletcher (1833)



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