The following info is from Chunda Speegle email:RobertSpeegle@msn.com

 
Daniel Jacob Speegle born 1777 Lincoln NC.died 1856 Cullman Al. Son of
John Martin Speegle and Sarah Nan Jarrett. Married first Barbara Shook
CHILDERN
I) David Speegle b. July 15 1806 Lincoln NC. d. July 15 1806 Cullman AL., married Winifred Cranford on Oct. 8,1830.
Childern of David Speegle and Winifred Cranford
1.) John C. Speegle b. Oct. 27 1831 d. 1863 Jackson Mississippi in Civil War
2.) Adella Honeywood Speegle b. Dec. 6,1832 d. May 10,1913 m, Aug. 14, 1853 John Gilbert Matthew Self
3.) Daniel Martin Speegle b. Dec. 30 1833 Third Alabama Calvery m. Nancy Morris
4.) Amanda Filylend Speegle b. Dec. 26 1834 m. Jeremiah (Jerry) Jones
5.) David H. Speegle b. Mar. 7 1836 First Aabama Calvery m. Martha S._______
6.) Emily Jane Speegle b. Mar. 13 1837 d. Sep.27 1912 never married
7.) Carrol K. Speegle b. Oct.9 1838 d. Oct 8 1862 Co. I Alabama Calvery m. Jane or Eunice Calvert
8.) Mary Frances Speegle b. Jan.29 1840 d. May 14 1925 m. James M.Murphree
9.) Margaret Barbara Speegle b. June 28 1841 m. _____ Davis
10.) Thomas Calvert Speegle b. Feb. 12 1843 d. Nov. 2 1862 Nashville TN. Civil War Co.I Alabama Calvery
11.) Martha Beatrice Speegle b. July 19 1844 d. Dec. 16 1910 m. William Guthery
12.) Henry Clay Speegle b. Mar. 20 1846 d. Jan. 15 1929 m. Marietta Burch
13.) Friend William Hamilton Speegle b. Apr.13 1847 d. Apr 18 1909 m. Jan. 9 1870 Susan Delilah Channel
14.) Elza Titus Rucker Speegle Methodist Minister b Nov. 13 1848 d.June 1936 m. Aug 12 1869 Mary Elizabeth Kilgo
15.) Alice Minerva Speegle b. Jan 1 1850 d. Mar 10 1927 m. Dixon Hanson Livingston
16.) Winifred Elizabeth Speegle b. May 27 151 d. Nov. 8, 1916 m. John R. McMinn
17.) Allen Richard Self Speegle b. May 4 1853 d. July 9 1934 m. ug 18, 1878 Nancy R. Bates
18.) Absalum Houston Speegle b. Mar. 13,1855 d. Dec 27 1939 m. Jan1877 Martha Adeline Tucker
19.) Dolly Ann Belinda Christine Speegle b. Dec 4 1856 d. Feb 1 1941 m June 28 1877 John Wesley Kilgo
David Speegle married 2nd, Nancy C. Garren on Oct. 30 1870. They had the following childern
20.) Ellen Speegle b. June 13 1872 d. Aug. 18 1887
21.) Pratt Speegle b. Mar 3 1874 d. Feb 9 1918 m. Aug. 13 1893 Sallie C.Baker
22.) Ruth Speegle b. Dec 31 1875 d. Dec 3 1904 m. Nov.21 1895 George W. Jones 2nd husband J.W. Alexander
23.) Wheeler Speegle b. Oct. 24 1877 d. May 6 1948 m. Dec 31 1896 Mary E. Guthery
24.) Doctor William Henderson Martin Speegle b. Sep 10 1879 d 1959 m. Ida Guthery
25.) James Garren Speegle "Uncle Jim" b. Jan 28 1882 d July 16 1967 m. Martha Ann Gertie Walker
26.) Nancy C. Speegle b. May 7 1885 m. Walter Thompson

 

II) Absalom Speegle b. Dec 17 1808 Lincoln NC. d. 1888 AL. Married Patsy (Martha) Cranford.
They had the following Childern:
1) David Speegle no dates
2) Jack Speegle no dates
3) Haywood Speegle b. 1857 d. 1940 m. Jan 13 1884 Cullman AL. LorenaVassor
4) Thomas Speegle no dates
5) Henry Speegle no dates
6) Tilda Speegel no dates
III) Sophia Speegle b. abt. 1810
IV) Margaret Speegle b. abt. 1812
Daniel Speegle married second Mary Speegle which was the wife of his brother John Speegle
Mary was a Lentz to begin with.
CHILDERN
V) Elcain Speegle b. Mar 10 1818 m. Manurva Ann Moore
VI) Samuel Speegle no dates
VII) Malinda Speegle m. Joseph Hart on Nov. 26 1841 Morgan AL.
VIII) Mary Speegle b. 1823 d. Oct 23 1899 Limestone AL. m. Hugh Ambruse Reyer on Nov 19 1846
IX) Adeline Speegle no dates
X) Sarah Speegle no dates
 
Between Cedar Plains west of Falkville and Trmble in Cullman Co AL. Is a
route called Speegle Blaze. On one of her many mission of mercy,
Winifred Cranford Speegle courageously braved the thick woods and roving
wild animals to blaze a trail along this route.To help the wilderness
dwellers in their tmes of need and sicknsss. With the coming of the Civil War.
The Speegle family felt the tragedy in a way known only to those who had sons
fighting on both sides. Three of David and Winifred sons served in the Union Army.
While two fought wth the Confederacy. Union Army : Carroll K. Speegle,
David H. Speegle and Thomas C. Speegle. Confederate Army John C. Speegle and
Daniel Martin Speegle. Daniel Martin Speegle was the only one to come home
Two who served with the Union died south of Nashville TN. and the two who were with
the Confederacy were killed between Vicksburg and Jackson Miss. after
the terribe siege of the river port. There were two son-in-laws that also died during the war
David and Winifred are buried at Brushy Creek AL. Most of these Speegles were
in Morgan, Cullman and Winston Counties in AL.
 
Thanks Chunda ...........

This info is from Chunda Speegle email:RobertSpeegle@msn.com

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