- Copy of Estate Probate of James Herring Jr. (253 KB)
Copy of December 22, 1870 Estate Probate filed in Jefferson Co. AL. court by William P. Herring, administrator.
- John & Lucinda Herring, ca. 1895. (92 KB)
Picture taken at East Gadsden abt 1895.Photo owned by Don K. Herring, Pleasant Grove, AL.
- Joseph S. Herring Family, ca. 1901 (548 KB)
L to R - John Evans Herring, Joseph S. Herring, Henry Clifton Herring, Anna Walton Herring, infant Anna Mae Herring in lap of mother; standing in front, Mattie Leaze Herring.
- Early N.C. land transaction & ownership. (499 KB)
Map 1 of 3 researched and produced by cousin Jim Herring of Jackson, Miss. detailing early Herring ancestors land transaction and ownership.Much time and effort was expended by Jim in this project and gratitude for allowing me to use it.
- James Herring Jr., 1824 Land Patent (13 KB)
Federal Land patent granted to James Herring Jr. in April, 1824.This land is located approx. 4 miles south of Leeds, Alabama and approx 1 mile north of Lake Purdy, just off of what is now hwy 119.
- Map 2 of 3 of Land transaction and ownership. (485 KB)
Map 2 of 3 produced by Jim Herring of jackson, Miss. detailing early Herring ancestors land transaction and ownership, primarily in the Neuse River Valley area of early N.C. and dubbed the "Herring Nest" by many Herring researchers and archivists.
- James & Susannah Pool Herring's Bible (99 KB)
Copy of page from family bible of James Jr. and Susannah Pool Herring.Note the entry of the birth date of James's brother Isaac Herring.This date is same as on tombstone of Isaac Herring in Saluda SC.
- Map 3 detailing early Herring land records. (922 KB)
Map 2 of 3 produced by Jim Herring of Jackson, Miss. detailing early Herring ancestors land transaction and ownership, primarily in the Neuse River Valley area of early N.C. and dubbed the "Herring Nest" by many Herring researchers and archivists.
- John Madison & Mary Ann Screws Herring, ca. 1925 (478 KB)
John Madison Herring and 2nd wife Mary Ann Screws Herring the year before her death in August,1926.
- Jonathan Herring, Co.K, 2nd SC Arillery ca. 1862 (148 KB)
Jonathan Herring, son of Isaac Herring and husband of Amanda Evans Herring.32" x 24 " charcoal and pencil portrait done abt. 1862.Jonathan and his brother, John Herring served from 1862 to wars end in Co.K, 2nd South Carolina artillery regiment.Portrait is owned by Jonathan's g.g.grandson Joe Evans Herring, an attorney in Dothan, AL. and who, if he had the beard, could have posed for the portrait.
- Grave of Isaac Herring, b. 6-7-1789; d. 5-4-1878. (44 KB)
Gravesite of Isaac Herring.Located at Good Hope Baptist Church, Saluda, SC.Isaac was a school teacher and saddlemaker and served as a Deacon at Good Hope Baptist Church for 50 years. Family oral history remembers that Isaac made trips into town in his buckboard wagon on Saturdays, picking up and delivering goods to his neighbors.His elder brother James migrated from the Edgefield, SC area in 1818, settling just NE of present day Birmingham.
- Amanda Evans Herring, b. 1840; d. 12-19-1918 (43 KB)
Second wife of Jonathan Herring. They were married on August 31, 1868. Probably taken as wedding picture.Amanda is buried beside Jonathan at Good Hope Baptist Church, Saluda, SC.
- John Herring Tombstone (54 KB)
Gravesite of John Herring, b. 9-12-1827 in Edgefield Co. S.C.Died 1-13-1905 in Hokes Bluff, Alabama.Buried at Tilleson cemetery Glencoe, AL. alongside wife Lucinda Reames Herring.Served in Confederacy from 1862 to war end with brother Jonathan in Co.K, 2nd SC Artillery.
- Isaac Herring ordained as Deacon, May 5, 1827. (289 KB)
Copy of original Church Minutes held by Good Hope Baptist Church, Saluda, SC in which Isaac herring is elected a Deacon of the Church.He held this position for 50 years, until his death in 1878.Isaac also served as Church secretary for many years as he was a schoolteacher and as such was literate.There are many pages of Good Hopes minutes in the beautiful flowing script of his handwriting.