This one I can help with, I'm much better at my direct lines than I am at my lateral lines.
Thomas Lafette Alford, son of Julius Alford and Elizabeth Gay;b. Feb 16,1834 in GA; d. Apr 28, 1899, in AL; buried Antioch Cemetary, Randolph Co., AL, off Highway 15; 1850 Federal Census, Alabama, Chambers Co., Dist. 19, page 116, living with his uncle James Gay; 1860 Census, Randolph Co., Almond P.O., page 855(229); 1870 Census, Alabama, Clay Co., Miller Valley P.O., page 21, lines 28-35; 1880 Census, Alabama, Clay Co., Beat 11, Almond, page 124B; Feb 5, 1862, enlisted, Confederate Regulars, joined in Cusetta Alabama in the AL Mounted Volunteers, Capt. John Thompson's Independent Company, Company "H" Bells Battalion, obliged for 12 months; Served as a Justice of the Peace in Clay Co., AL
Thomas was married to Sarah Alice E. Hunter, daughter of Almond Hunter and Mary ?;b. 1834; d. 1879, buried in Antioch Cemetary, Randolph Co., AL, off highway 15; 1880 Census, she was not listed with Thomas; 1860 Census, listed with THomas as age 26; 1870 Census, listed with THomas, age 35.
Their children were:
1) Mary Cordelia Maranda Elizabeth Alford, b. Mar 1854; d. Apr 1923; m. James J. Robinson, Oct 28, 1879; 1860 Census, 1870 Census both appears with THomas Alford
2) Malinda Ann Alford, b. Abt. 1861; m. William C. Martins, Oct 4, 1882 in the home of T.L. Alford; Appears in the 1870 and 1880 Census with Thomas
3) Isabelle Alford, b. Abt. 1865; Appears in the 1870 and 1880 Census with THomas Alford
4) Laura O. Alford, b. Abt. 1866; m. William J. Wright, May 8, 1884 in the home of T.L. Alford; Appears in the 1870 and 1880 Census with THomas Alford
5) Sarah Juler Alford, b. Abt. 1873; m. George W. Amith, Oct 20, 1890; Appears in the 1880 Census with Thomas
6) Virgil A. C. C. Alford, b. Jul 13, 1857; d. Aug 8, 1932 in Clay Co., AL; buried at Bethany Primative Baptist Church, Mountain Community, Clay Co., AL; m. Mary E. Green, May 1, 1879 in residence of James Green, Clay Co., AL; 1860 Census, appears with THomas; 1870 Census, appears with Thomas; 1880 Census, Alabama, Clay Co, Almond P.O., page 124B. listed with wife and step-daughter; 1900 Census, Alabama, Clay Co., Almond Dist; 1910 Census, Alabama, Clay Co., Precinct 11, Almond, page 175?;1930 Census, Alabama, Clay Co., Precinct 11, Almond, listed with James Black (or Blank) and wife;Elected Nov 2, 1892 as Justice of the Peace.Mary died Jan 9, 1926.
7) William L. Alford b. Jul 20, 1869; d. Sep 17, 1944; buried at Bethany Primative Baptist Church, Mountain Community, Clay Co., AL; m. Amanda Elizabeth ?; Appears in 1870 and 1880 Census with Thomas; 1900 Census, married with children;Also appears in 1910 and 1930 Census in Clay Co.
Thomas' wife Sarah died in 1879, he remarried Sarah J. Phillips, May 28, 1882.She appears in the 1900 Census with him.She outlived him and applied for his pension from the state of AL as a veteran of the Civil War.
I have copies of all the census images as well as Sarah's application for Thomas' pension and other misc. things as well.
I also have move info on Virgil and his line.