Hi Nancy! First of all, the Alfont name is spelled with an "e" at the end about as often as not for most individuals depending on what record you're looking at. I was told that my grandfather or great-grandfather decided to drop the "e" for his family's name.There is (or was) the town of Alfont in Madison Co. IN, but it has incorporated into the larger town of Ingalls.I've seen both spellings for the town as well. John Alfonte b. abt.1770 France married Mary Davis (or Davies) Jan 18, 1798 in Cecil Co. MD.They had at least one child (and I'm sure more) William Alfonte b. Mar 26, 1799. He married Elizabeth Freeburn b. 1805 PA.They had 8 children: Robert b.abt.1821, John b.1822, Mary b.1824, Elizabeth b.1825, Anna b.1833, William b.1836, Barbara Jane b.1839, and Reuben Milton b.1843. The first 5 children were born in Philadelphia PA and the last 3 born in Alfont, Madison Co. IN. (The town was well established by 1835). We are both descended from Robert, who married Nancy Richards Jan 29, 1846 in Hancock Co.IN.They had 4 children:Margaret b.1851, Arminta b. abt.1853, John Fremont b. 1856, and Mary Jane b.1859.Apparently, Nancy died (no date) and Robert was remarried to Amelia Brown on Aug. 16, 1862.They had one child, Robert Grant b. 1864. My great-great-grandfather was John Fremont. I've got more names, more dates and places, and more tidbits of stories, but this is the part that is probably of most interest to you - at least I hope it is! And yes, I'd be happy to get those names from you when you get them.Hope this info helps you.