Vincent/Vinson Stanphill/Stamphill/Stanfield married Anna Gotcher.Researchers believe her to be a daughter of William Gotcher, who was living in Pendleton Dist., SC on 1790 census.Vincent Stamphill is listed on the 1820 Franklin Co., AL census; V. Stanfield in 1830; Vinson Stanphill in 1840; Vinson Stanfield & wife Ann in 1850 - all apparently the same man.The History of Oakwood Baptist Church, Chattanooga, Tennessee, from 1838-1874" by J. Eugene Lewis, A.B., has a bio of Elder (Rev.) Henry Gotcher, who I believe was Anna's brother. The book is said to be available at the Chatt., TN public library, maybe elsewhere. There is also a 3-page article, including photo of Henry Gotcher, in Varnell's "Early Jackson County, Alabama Baptists". According to Varnell, Henry Gotcher was born on 12 February 1792, Pendleton Dist., SC, into a family who were pioneer setlers of Sullivan Co., TN before moving to SC, then Franklin Co., GA where the Rev. Gotcher spent his youth. (I don't have a copy of the earlier book, but it may should have been "Franklin Co., AL"). Became Baptist minister, moved to Jackson Co., AL, then Marion Co., TN.Dau Temperance m Harrison Hancock of Jackson Co., AL. Dau Jemima m James Henry Varnell, s/o Primitive Bapt. preacher William Varnell. Elder Gotcher, in the year 1838, owned farm along what is now Bonny Oaks Dr. in Chatt, TN, now an industrial park near Oakwood Baptist. Exxon Co. at present occupies site of Elder Gotcher's home. Died 27 Feb 1864, buried in the Gotcher or Hancock Family Cem just off Bonny Oaks Dr. The point of all this is the Gotcher and Stanfield/Stanphill footprints appear to have been in same time & place in many instances.It appears that David Stanfield on first extant Jackson Co. 1830 USC was a brother of Vinson/Vincent. David's wife Elizabeth "Betsy" was a founding member of Mud Creek Baptist Church (Primitive Baptist) in Jackson Co.Henry Gotcher was a clerk/minister of the Mud Creek Baptist Association, and lived in Jackson Co., AL.Sometimes if you can't find one, put them together and you find both and more.Delphia Jane, a daughter of William Gotcher Stanphill (s/o Vinson), was living in Colbert Co., in 1880 next to David Stanfield's widow and her descendants.It is very possible all the North Alabama Stanfield/Stanphill families were closely related. Because of the spelling variations or because we don't take into account Colbert was formed from Franklin in 1867, we think "we're a different bunch".