Sheriff David Alexander Moniac

Male 1833 - 1882  (49 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Sheriff David Alexander Moniac was born 10 Jan 1833, Baldwin County, Alabama (son of David Tate Moniac and Mary Dalphine Powell); died 29 Sep 1882, Daphne, Baldwin County, Alabama; was buried Daphne Methodist Church Cemetery Daphne, Baldwin County, Alabama.

    David married Anna Caroline Stark 22 Apr 1858, Baldwin County, Alabama. Anna was born Abt 1834, Alabama. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Minerva Moniac was born 10 Jul 1860, Mt Pleasant, Monroe County, Alabama; died 10 Jun 1914, Monroe County, Alabama; was buried Lindsey Cemetery Booneville, Escambia County, Alabama.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  David Tate Moniac was born 25 Dec 1802 (son of Samuel Takkes-Hadjo Moniac and Elizabeth Weatherford); died 21 Nov 1836, Died in the Seminole War; was buried Florida National Cemetery Bushnell, Sumter County, Florida.

    David married Mary Dalphine Powell 16 Sep 1828. Mary was born Abt 1800, Baldwin County, Alabama. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Mary Dalphine Powell was born Abt 1800, Baldwin County, Alabama.
    Children:
    1. Margaret J Moniac was born Abt 1830, Baldwin County, Alabama; died 1897.
    2. 1. David Alexander Moniac was born 10 Jan 1833, Baldwin County, Alabama; died 29 Sep 1882, Daphne, Baldwin County, Alabama; was buried Daphne Methodist Church Cemetery Daphne, Baldwin County, Alabama.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Samuel Takkes-Hadjo Moniac was born Abt 1781, Creek Nation, Alabama (son of William Dixon Moniac and Polly Colbert); died 21 Aug 1837, Pass Christian, Harrison County, Mississippi; was buried Pass Christian, Harrison County, Mississippi.

    Samuel married Elizabeth Weatherford 1800, Alabama. Elizabeth (daughter of Charles Weatherford and Sehoy McGillivray, III) was born Abt 1785, Montpelier, Baldwin County, Alabama; died 1855, North Carolina. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Elizabeth Weatherford was born Abt 1785, Montpelier, Baldwin County, Alabama (daughter of Charles Weatherford and Sehoy McGillivray, III); died 1855, North Carolina.
    Children:
    1. Alexander Dixon Moniac was born 1790, Escambia County, Alabama; died 21 Aug 1837, Pass Christian, Harrison County, Mississippi; was buried Judson Indian Cemetery Booneville, Escambia County, Alabama.
    2. 2. David Tate Moniac was born 25 Dec 1802; died 21 Nov 1836, Died in the Seminole War; was buried Florida National Cemetery Bushnell, Sumter County, Florida.
    3. Levitia Lucretia Moniac was born Abt 1803, Alabama; died 23 Nov 1858.
    4. Adeline Elizabeth Moniac was born Abt 1813, Alabama.
    5. Samuel Moniac was born Abt 1814, Alabama.
    6. Matilda Moniac was born 1825, Baldwin County, Alabama; died 30 Jul 1915, Escambia County, Alabama; was buried Huxford Cemetery Huxford, Escambia County, Alabama.
    7. Margaret Moniac was born Abt 1827, Baldwin County, Alabama; died .


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  William Dixon Moniac was born Unknown, Holland, Netherlands; died 1837, Pass Christian, Harrison County, Mississippi.

    William — Polly Colbert. Polly was born Unknown. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Polly Colbert was born Unknown.
    Children:
    1. 4. Samuel Takkes-Hadjo Moniac was born Abt 1781, Creek Nation, Alabama; died 21 Aug 1837, Pass Christian, Harrison County, Mississippi; was buried Pass Christian, Harrison County, Mississippi.
    2. Mary Polly Moniac was born 1783, Alabama; died 1804, Lowndes County, Alabama.
    3. John Moniac was born Unknown.

  3. 10.  Charles Weatherford was born 1752, Europe; died 1799, Fort Benning, Georgia.

    Charles married Sehoy McGillivray, III 1780, Creek Nation, Alabama. Sehoy (daughter of Lachlan McGillivray and Sehoy II Marchand) was born 1759, Coosa River, Elmore County, Alabama; died 1811, Baldwin County, Alabama; was buried William Weatherford Memorial Park Cemetery Little River, Baldwin County, Alabama. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Sehoy McGillivray, III was born 1759, Coosa River, Elmore County, Alabama (daughter of Lachlan McGillivray and Sehoy II Marchand); died 1811, Baldwin County, Alabama; was buried William Weatherford Memorial Park Cemetery Little River, Baldwin County, Alabama.
    Children:
    1. William or Red Eagle Weatherford was born 1765, Alabama; died 24 Mar 1824, Alabama; was buried William Weatherford Memorial Park Cemetery Little River, Baldwin County, Alabama.
    2. John David Weatherford was born 1783, Montgomery County, Alabama; died 1831, Monroe County, Alabama; was buried William Weatherford Memorial Park Cemetery Little River, Baldwin County, Alabama.
    3. 5. Elizabeth Weatherford was born Abt 1785, Montpelier, Baldwin County, Alabama; died 1855, North Carolina.
    4. Major Washington Weatherford was born Abt 1787, Baldwin County, Alabama.
    5. Rosanna Weatherford was born Abt 1789, Baldwin County, Alabama; died 1826, Probably Baldwin County, Alabama.


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