Anna Methvin Lamb
Anna Methvin was born to Levi Methvin and his first wife about the year 1802, in the state of North Carolina. She married Hiram Hivally Lamb, born 1796 in Surry County, North Carolina, in the early 1820's. Hiram was the second child of Jacob Lamb and possibly Martha Pennington. Hiram's brothers and sisters included, Joseph, Hiram (himself), Samuel D. (born about 1796, married Martha Graham on March 23, 1820), Mary "Polly ( November 11, 1801-September 18, 1881, married John W. Kirk in 1823 and settled in Green County, Missouri), Alva Anderson (1802-August 10, 1856, married Jane Graham), Willis (born 1804, married Sarah Pennington and settled in Green County, Missouri), Shepherd (born 1806, married Anna's sister Susannah Methvin), Isaac (born about 1808), Nancy (born about 1810, married Jim Monks), James (1812-January 11, 1858, married Martha B. Smith), Mourning, and Martha (married William Ellis).
Hiram had probably been previously married, when he married Anna in the 1820's.
1830 Jackson County, Alabama, Hiram Lamb 2 males under 5, 1 male 15-20, 1 male 40-50, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 20-30.
1840 Jackson County, Alabama Hiram Lamb 1 male 5-10, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 40-50, 2 females 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 30-40
1850 Jackson County, Alabama page 123B
1860 Madison County, Alabama, District 1, Hayes Store
Children of Anna Methvin and Hiram Havalley Lamb
1) Lucinda Lamb, born about 1824, in Alabama, and was unmarried and living with her sister Hannah and her husband Henry Claiborn Wilson in 1850.
2) William R. Lamb, born about 1826, married Louisiana Williamson around 1848. They had a daughter (C.) that was 1 year old in the 1850 census. In the 1860 Jackson County, Alabama census, had daughter A. age 10, and sons Levi age 8, William age 6 and Robert age 2. Served in Company M. F. 27th Alabama Infantry and was said to have died in battle.
3) Hannah Lamb, born about 1827, and married Henry Claiborn Wilson prior to 1850.
4) James M. Lamb, born about 1830, and married a women named Sarena in the late 1840's. Some of their children included Cora A. (Corrie), born about 1849, Fernando who was three years younger, Sherwood about 1854, Rhoda about 1857 and Henry born in 1860.
5) Josiah R. Lamb, born about 1831, and married Nancy Smithy on December 22, 1854. He served as a Corporal in Company E. 27th Alabama Infantry.
6) Elizabeth Lamb, (October 7, 1833-December 10, 1926) and married Washington Cooper Wilson on November 29, 1852. He was previously married to Lucinda Cook and had Sarah Rebecca Wilson, born about 1842, Reuben Jackson Wilson, born about 1844, George Washington Wilson (September 25, 1848 Jackson County, Alabama-September 20, 1912, Carlton, Hamilton County, Texas) and Charlina Wilson born in 1852 in Jackson County and married Jasper Money on April 18, 1868 in Franklin County, Tennessee. W.C. and Elizabeth Lamb's children were Ann Elizabeth born August, 1858, Hiram, born March 1860, and Jefferson Davis Wilson (March 30, 1862 Jackson County, Alabama-May 29, 1933 Grandfield, Oklahoma). W.C. Wilson died in 1864 and is buried in Gray's Chapel in Jackson County, Alabama. Elizabeth was "a dedicated church worker, Primitive Baptist, who had been blind for 30 years before her death.
7) Susannah Lamb, born about 1836, married Uriah B. Smithey on December 17, 1854.