Sandy, I would be glad to share with you, but my info is only limited to the marriage license of Doctor R. Matheny and Harma B. (Harina) Jarvis This name has been spelled both ways. They married Dec. 2, 1888 by D.P. Johnson, Justice of the Peace. Judge of Probate was Jos. H. Johnson. Witnessed by T. J. Dunson. (I'm almost positve this was Thomas Jackson Dunson. This Dunson married Mary Matheny, so I'm assuming she was either a sister or family member of Doctor Matheny. Parental consent letter was written Dec. 1st, 1888. At the top of the letter was Zana, Al. So this was written by her parents, either J.M. or Nora C. Jarvis. It was signed with both of their names. On the 1880 census (Tallapoosa County Alabama she was listed as the daughter of James and Lanora Jarvis. Her name was spelled Harina B. Jarvis. She was born 1874 in Al.I am really interested in the history of the town of Zana. Did many settlers live there and if so, how long? I have a book with the old towns of Alabama, but Zana is not mentio ned in it. Keep in touch.