This page contains family documents such as U.S.Censuses, marriage licenses, death certificates, newspaper articles, etc. found on various family members.

This is the first document that acknowledges the existence of William and Peggy Guy and their family in Sumter County, A
This is the first document that acknowledges the existence of William and Peggy Guy and their family in Sumter County, Alabama.
This 1900 census has more detailed information on it(i.e. dates of birth). It also shows that Robert & Laura Guy are mar
This 1900 census has more detailed information on it(i.e. dates of birth). It also shows that Robert & Laura Guy are married and residing in the same household as his parents. This census also shows that Grandpa Billy was at least 20yrs older than his wife Peggy. According to the information entered into this census she was around 16 years old when they married!
This census shows William & Peggy living in between Laura Dunning's family and next door to Robert and Laura and their
This census shows William & Peggy living in between Laura Dunning's family and next door to Robert and Laura and their children. It also is the first document to show some truth to the rumor that William, aka "Grandpa Billy" had another family. In the marital status column M2 is written which means that Peggy is his second wife.
Alma Grice is the daughter of Rev. Silas and Susie Guy Grice. Susie is the daughter of William and Peggy Guy.
Alma Grice is the daughter of Rev. Silas and Susie Guy Grice. Susie is the daughter of William and Peggy Guy.
Mollie was the first wife of William Guy. They resided in Waterloo Iowa with their children Elnora, William, Bradis and
Mollie was the first wife of William Guy. They resided in Waterloo Iowa with their children Elnora, William, Bradis and Mollie.
Thomas is the son of John and Leah Guy Johnson. Leah is the daughter of William 'Billy' and Peggy Guy.
Thomas is the son of John and Leah Guy Johnson. Leah is the daughter of William "Billy" and Peggy Guy.