I have no proof as of yet, but there are a few things which make me think that these are my ancestors.
1. A very kind person sent me a file entitled "Wedowee Masonic Cemetery". I have extracted/edited part of it to read:
"UNMARKED Bonner, James 1817-1879 Bonner, Jane Connelly 1814-Feb 26,1899 Bonner, Augustus 1847-Dec, 1899 Bonner, Mary 1845-19— Bonner, Martha 1843-19— [Augustus, Mary, and Martha were the daughters of James and Jane Bonner]
Bonner, V.T. [Virgil] [CO K 14 ALA INF CSA] 1840—1906 [Son of James Bonner and Jane Connelly] (Erected by Sawyer Lodge No. 93 A. F. & A. M.)
UNMARKED Bonner, Mary 6/1866-1900 [Daughter of Virgil Bonner]
Connelly, Mrs. J. D. Mar 28, 1791 Jul 9, 1876"
So this "Mrs. J. D. Connelly" seems to be buried in the Bonner group.
2. The 1840 Census of Randolph Co., AL shows the following two entries juxtaposed:
James Bonner 10001-10001 James Conally 0100001-0101001
3. "Early Marriages Troup County, Georgia 1828-1900", p. 28, by Merle Massengale Bruce shows a marriage between Jane Connelly and James Bonner (Reubin C. Estes, J. P.) on 21 AUG 1834.
4. The 1850 Census of Randolph Co., AL, Beat 12, Page 365(B), HH#1247/1247 (the way I read it) says,
James D. Conley 62 farmer 200 SC Nancy 59 SC William 23 farmer[?] 200 SC Augustus 20 SC
The name Augustus/Augusta appearing in both families suggests a relationship to me.
I understand this Nancy, wife of J. D. Connelly, to be identical to Nancy Aiken, wife of James D. Connelly.
If anyone has any information at all on any of these families, I would sure like to know :)