That's okay, I have been outside more, too.Couldn't for a while the pollen was so thick, but the recent rains have settled it somewhat.We have had severe drought in GA for the last couple of years and the rains have been a great blessing.
I have a couple of notes I found stashed away in my stuff, they may not be worth much to you but I'll pass them on.
In a book at Cobb Co. library "Old Huntsville Land Office Records & Military Warrents" by Barefield.
page 140, 9/27/1814 John Pannel Madison, Co. MT (Mississippi Territory) section 3 township 3 range 2W
page 34, 10/3/1832John Pannel Blount Co. sec.23, tsp12, r 2W
page 66. 2/11/1836 Benjamin Pannel Blount Co sec 5 t. 13 r 1W
page 167, 11/4/1844 Wiley B. Pannel sec 32 t. 12 r 2W I made a note here that Wiley's was receiver of public monies.
also in the book was Thomas Grubbs 1829, Isaac 1833, Enoch 1834 all in Blount Co.
I'm pretty sure that is all I have on the Alabama branch.I more or less came across these names while searching for another line altogether and wrote them down.