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Uriah Amason

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Born: Father:
Died: 00/00/1826 Mother:
Age at deathNo Date of Birth! Current ageNo Date of Birth!
Children: Dulany Amason

?? Amason

Benjamin Amason

Uriah Amason II II
(00/00/1790 - 00/00/1848)
Eli Amason
(Born 00/00/1790)
Joseph Amason
(Born 00/00/1800)
Jesse Amason
(Born 00/00/1803)
Isaac Amason
(00/00/1810 - 00/00/1848)
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(Born: Unknown; Died 1826 in Montgomery County, Alabama) Uriah Amason's wife was Bethany (Born:1760-1770; Died before 1850? in Montgomery County, Alabama). Uriah and Bethany Amason probably relocated their family to Alabama about 1819, when records from the Old Cahaba Land Office indicate Uriah Amason purchased land in Montgomery County, Alabama. Other records indicate that some of the heirs of Uriah Amason(1) resided in Montgomery County, Alabama at various times. These heirs resided at some time in Montgomery County, Alabama:Uriah Amason, Jesse Amason, Isaac Amason, Josiah Amason, and Thomas Summerlin. It is not known if other grown sons and daughters relocated from Georgia to Alabama with their parents or remained in Georgia or elsewhere. Estate records for Uriah AmasonI, who died intestate in 1826, were located in Montgomery County, Alabama. Bethany Amason, "consort" of the deceased Uriah Amason, petitioned the court for her dower rights, as consort, of her deceased husband and received property which included the "Mansion" house. Uriah AmasonII, who was a son of UriahI was named executor of his father's estate. Other heirs and probable children of Uriah and Bethany Amason, received disbursements from the estate, and later sold and purchased land, inherited from the estate of Uriah AmasonI. The following were heirs of Uriah AmasonI named in deed records or estate papers of Montgomery County, Alabama: Benjamin Amason, Jesse Amason, Eli Amason, Isaac Amason, Josiah Amason, Thomas Summerlin and David Allen. Actual relationships of these heirs are not stated in any documents discovered to date. In Montgomery County, Alabama deed records, one dated 14 MAR 1834, the heirs of Uriah Amason, including Thomas Summerlin, Josiah Amason, Jesse Amason, Benjamin Amason and Isaac Amason, sold to Eli Amason for $200, their interest in a piece of property, located in Washington County, Georgia, which had belonged to Uriah Amason, deceased. In another deed dated 27 FEB 1841, Eli Amason of Pike County, Alabama, for the sum of $175, sold to Uriah Amason of Montgomery County, Alabama, "all the lands belonging to me as heir of Uriah Amason Seignor, dec'd", as well as all the land, situated in Washington County, Georgia, purchased from the other heirs of Uriah Amason. The following are named as heirs of Uriah Amason, dec'd in both deeds:Thomas Summerlin, Jesse Amason, Benjamin Amason, Josiah Amason, and Isaac Amason. Bethany Amason, wife of Uriah Amason, dec'd, in a conveyance dated 30 MAR 1830 and recorded in 1832, sold all of her cattle, stock and real estate for $50 to Isaac Amason in return for "decent support for her Natural life".

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