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Jack Emerson MURRAY, Sr. and Erin Lee HAMMONDS




Husband Jack Emerson MURRAY, Sr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: George Niles MURRAY, Jr. (1927-1994)
       Mother: Nancy BUTTS (1937-2010)


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Wife Erin Lee HAMMONDS (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Jack Emerson MURRAY, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Morgan Emily MURRAY (details suppressed for this person)

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Alberten HAMPTON




Husband Alberten HAMPTON 196

         Born: Abt 1831 - North Carolina 196
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       Father: George Washngton HAMPTON (1802-1889) 196
       Mother: Mary Ann BLYTHE (Abt 1809-Abt 1902) 196


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1 M William Frances HAMPTON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Albert HAMPTON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Alberten HAMPTON

"Albertie" HAMPTON is named in the 1863 LW&T of his father, George W. HAMPTON. Albertie is presumed to have died before the will was written because the bequeaths are to Albertie's sons, "Wm. Francis HAMPTON and Albertie HAMPTON, my two grand children. "

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Anthony HAMPTON and Elizabeth PRESTON




Husband Anthony HAMPTON

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       Father: John HAMPTON (      -      ) 1077
       Mother: Margaret WADE (      -      )


     Marriage: Bef 1751



Wife Elizabeth PRESTON

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Children
1 M Major General Wade HAMPTON, RS-SC

         Born: 1751 - Halifax County, Virginia
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         Died: 4 February 1835 - Columbia, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Trinity Episcopal Church, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Martha Epps GOODWYN 930,938
         Marr: 5 April 1782 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Harriet FLUD 3520
         Marr: 14 August 1786 - South Carolina 3520
       Spouse: Mary CANTEY 3520
         Marr: 18 July 1801 - South Carolina 3520


2 F Rebecca HAMPTON

         Born: Cir 1753
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3 M Edward HAMPTON 1077

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       Spouse: Sarah EARLE 1077
         Marr: Bef 1777



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http://sciway3.net/clark/richland/goodwyn.html
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Thomas Sharpe HERBERT and Elizabeth HAMPTON




Husband Thomas Sharpe HERBERT

          AKA: Thomas Sharpe HARBIRT 476
         Born: 13 March 1773 - South Carolina
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         Died: 3 November 1833 - Butler County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Herbert Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama


       Father: Lt. Thomas HARBIRT, RS-SC (Cir 1735-Between 1799/1799) 476
       Mother: Jemima DAWKINS (Abt 1738-Bef 1799)


     Marriage: Bef 1796



Wife Elizabeth HAMPTON

         Born: Cir 1775
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Children
1 M John HERBERT

         Born: 6 May 1796
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2 M Thomas Sharpe HERBERT

         Born: 4 February 1798
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3 M Capt. Edward Hampton HERBERT, CSA 90

         Born: 9 January 1800 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 90
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         Died: 20 February 1877 - Lowndes County, Alabama
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       Spouse: Martha M. WOMACK 1830
         Marr: Bef 1824 - Butler County, Alabama
       Spouse: Louisa CRENSHAW


4 F Nancy Jane HERBERT

         Born: 7 February 1802
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5 M George Preston HERBERT

         Born: 9 January 1804 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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6 M Richard Henry HERBERT

         Born: 16 February 1806
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7 F Harriet Anthony HERBERT 3795

         Born: 3 October 1807 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1830
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         Died: 18 May 1845 - Lowndes County, Alabama 1830
       Buried:  - Hayneville Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama
       Spouse: Judge Nathan B. COOK 1077,3795,3796
         Marr: Bef 1828


8 F Mary Ellen HERBERT

         Born: 14 November 1809
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9 M Hardy Hillary HERBERT

         Born: 8 December 1812
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10 M Benjamin Franklin HERBERT

         Born: 15 May 1815
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11 F Elizabeth Charlotte HERBERT

         Born: 26 May 1817
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12 M Nathan Cook HERBERT

         Born: 4 February 1821
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas Sharpe HERBERT

Thomas [Sharpe] HARBIRT and his brothers, John and George, are named in the 2 April 1799 LW&T of their father, Thomas HARBIRT of Hancock County, Georgia: "Item give and bequeath to my sons John, George, and Thomas HARBIRT, one tract of Land containing two hundred and twenty - six acres Lying on Town Creek. And also sixteen Negroes (viz. Peter, Cloe, Jack, Hannah, Vilet, Jacob, Bob, Hal, Sam, Reuben, Chaney, Ellis, Big Sam, Siller, Peter, Salley) to be equally divided between them..."

SC Archives: Series: S213192, Volume: 0038, Page: 00696, Item: 002: Date: 4/30/1802 Description: HARBIRT, Thomas Sharp. plat for 25 Acres on Hogs Branch, Lexington County, Orangeburgh District, Surveyed by George HARBIRT. Names indexed: BUSBY, Nathan; GLYN, Robert; HAMPTON, John; HARBIRT, George; HARBIRT, Thomas Sharp; LISTARJETTE, Lewis. Locations: Broad River; Hog Branch; Lexington County, Orangeburg District, Wateree Creek.

SC Archives: Series: S213192, Volume: 0041, Page: 00052, Item: 002: Date: 12/23/1805 Description: STOWDAMIER, George, Plat for 21 Acres on Broad River, Orangeburg District, Surceyed by George HARBIRT. Names indexed: HALMAN, Andrew; HARBIRT, George; HARBIRT, Thomas S.; STOWDAMIER, George; Locations: Broad River; Orangeburg District.

SC Archives: Series: S213192, Volume: 0045, Page: 00019, Item: 003, Date: 5/6/1806: Description: HERBERT, Thomas S., Plat for 7 Acres betwen Broad and Saluda Rivers, Lexington District, formerly Orangeburgh District, Surveyed by George HARBIRT. Names indexed: BRIGHT, Jacob; HALMAN, Andrew; HARBIRT, George; HERBERT, Thomas S.

SC Archives: Series: S213192, Volume: 0045, Page: 00019, Item: 003: Date: 5/6/1806: Description: HERBERT, Thomas S., Plat for 7 Acres between Broad and Saluda rivers, Lexinton District, formerly Orangeburgh District, Surveyed by George HARBIRT. Names indexed: BRIGHT, Jacob; HALMAN, Andrew; HARBIRT, George; HERBERT, Thomas S.

SC Archives: Series: S213192, Volume: 0045, Page: 00019, Item: 002: Date: 10/21/1806: Description: HERBERT, TThomas Sharpe, Plat for 10 Acres on Broad and Saluda rivers, Orangeburch District, Surveyed by George HARBIRT.

Names indexed: COUNTS, ADAM; HARBIRT, GEORGE; HERBERT, THOMAS SHARP; HERRING, NICHOLAS; MINICK, JOHN


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Edward Hampton Herbert b. 9 January 1800 Camden District, Fairfield, SC died 20 Feb 1877 in Hayneville, Lowndes, Al or Butler Co. AL married Martha Womack Born: 8 Dec 1808 in Hancock, Ga Died: 5 May 1848 in Lowdnes, Al -the family after which the name of the area they live is named. They married 1824 in Butler
Parents: Thomas Sharpe Herbert, Elizabeth Hampton
Children Sex Birth
John Herbert M 6 May 1796
Thomas Sharpe Herbert M 4 Feb 1798
Edward Hampton Herbert M 9 Jan 1800
Nancy Jane Herbert F 7 Feb 1802
George Preston Herbert M 9 Jan 1804 in Camden District, Fairfield, SC
Richard Henery Herbert M 16 Feb 1806
Harriet A Herbert F 3 Oct 1807
Mary Ellen Herbert F 14 Nov 1809
Hardy Hillary Herbert F 8 Dec 1812
Benjamin Franklin Herbert F 15 May 1815
Elizabeth Charlotte Herbert F 26 May 1817 in Fairfax,SC
Nathan Cook Herbert M 4 Feb 1821

Herbert Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama
"Thomas S. Herbert" is the only gravestone remaining in what was once a large family cemetery on the Ridge Road (County Road 54) in northwest Butler County [Alabama]. Thomas Sharpe HERBERT (1773-1833) was the son of Revolutionary War soldier Thomas Herbert and Jemima Dawkins of Virginia and South Carolina. Believed also to be buried here are Thomas' wife Elizabeth Hampton, his brother John Herbert, and other relatives."
"This marble is placed here
to mark the spot
where lie the remains of
Thos. S. Herbert
a native of South Carolina
who was born
March 13th, 1773
and died
Nov. 3rd, 1833."
[http://theusgenweb.org/al/butler/cemeteries/herbert.htm, submitted by Annie Crenshaw]
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John HAMPTON and Margaret WADE




Husband John HAMPTON 1077

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       Father: John HAMPTON (      -      ) 1077
       Mother: Mary MANN (      -      ) 1077


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Wife Margaret WADE

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1 M Anthony HAMPTON

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John HAMPTON and Mary MANN




Husband John HAMPTON 1077

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       Father: William HAMPTON (      -      ) 1077
       Mother: Joana --?-- (      -      ) 1077


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Wife Mary MANN 1077

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1 M John HAMPTON 1077

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HUGHES and Martha A. HAMPTON




Husband HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Martha A. HAMPTON 196

         Born: Abt 1839 - North Carolina 196
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       Father: George Washngton HAMPTON (1802-1889) 196
       Mother: Mary Ann BLYTHE (Abt 1809-Abt 1902) 196




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Henry Pendleton TAYLOR and Eliza C. HANCKEL




Husband Henry Pendleton TAYLOR 450,2544,4506

         Born: 26 July 1854 - Alabama 450
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       Father: Edward Fisher TAYLOR (1822-After 1860) 449,451
       Mother: Ann Sewell TREZEVANT (1824-Abt 1855) 451,452


     Marriage: Abt 1878



Wife Eliza C. HANCKEL 450,4506

         Born: November 1852 - South Carolina 4506
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Children
1 F May TAYLOR 4506

         Born: August 1881 - South Carolina 4506
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2 F Eliza TAYLOR 4506

         Born: February 1885 - South Carolina 4506
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3 M John C. TAYLOR 4506

         Born: January 1887 - South Carolina 4506
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4 U TAYLOR

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General Notes: Husband - Henry Pendleton TAYLOR

The 1900 census provides an alternate birth date of July 1853; however, Henry is age 5 in the 1860 census of Montgomery County, Alabama.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 8-Wd, Charleston; Series: T623 Roll: 1520 Page: 325: Thomas St 6 114 252 HANCKEL Francis S. Head W M Sept 1859 40 M 12 SC SC SC Cotton broker; -- Annie C. Wife W F Apl 1859 41 M 12 4 3 SC SC SC; -- Charlotte Miles Dau Oct 1889 10 S SC SC SC; -- Richardson Son W M Oct 1892 7 S SC SC SC; -- Francis Son W M July 1897 2 S SC SC SC; TAYLOR Henry P. Brother-in-law W M July 1853 46 M 22 SC SC SC Bookkeeper; -- Eliza C. Sister W F Nov 1852 47 M 22 4 3 SC SC SC; -- May Niece W F Aug 1881 18 S SC SC SC; -- Eliza Niece W F Feb 1885 15 S SC SC SC; -- John C. Nephew W M Jan 1887 13 S SC SC SC; HANCKEL Susan Henrietta Sister W F Aug 1849 50 S SC SC SC.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 4-Wd, Charleston; Series: T624 Roll: 1452 Page: 51:
Smith St 31 29 32 TAYLOR Henry P. Head M W 56 M1 30 AL SC SC Bookkeeper Cotton Factor;
-- Eliza H. Wife F W 56 M1 30 3 3 SC SC SC;
-- Mary Dau F W 28 S SC AL SC Teacher Public school;
-- Eliza H. Dau F W 25 S SC AL SC Teacher Public school;
-- John H. Son M W 23 S SC AL SC Student Theology.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 4-Wd, Charleston; Series: T625 Roll: 1687 Page: 130:
Line 62 18 171 268 TAYLOR Henry P. Head M W 65 WD AL SC SC SC Accountant Cotton C____;
-- Mary Dau F W 38 S SC AL SC Teacher Public school;
-- Eliza H. Dau F W 34 S SC AL SC Teacher Public school.


General Notes: Wife - Eliza C. HANCKEL



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Clement HANCOCK III and Mary RENFROE




Husband Clement HANCOCK III

         Born: Cir 1755
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Wife Mary RENFROE

         Born: Cir 1760
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Children
1 F Unity HANCOCK 2581

         Born: 28 August 1781 - Georgia
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Henry HANCOCK and Rachel PEARSON




Husband Henry HANCOCK 1289,3365

         Born: Cir 1747
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     Marriage: 18 May 1768 - Craven County, South Carolina 1289



Wife Rachel PEARSON 3365

         Born: 4 January 1749 - Craven County, South Carolina
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         Died: Cir 1830 - South Carolina
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       Father: Capt. John P. PEARSON (1690-Bef 1771) 2967
       Mother: Mary RAIFORD (Abt 1723-Between 1798/1800) 2968




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J. S. HANCOCK and Orline Jane MARSH




Husband J. S. HANCOCK

         Born: Cir 1850
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     Marriage: 24 October 1871 - Bossier Parish, Louisiana



Wife Orline Jane MARSH 4074

         Born: Abt 1850 - Alabama
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       Father: Benjamin Franklin MARSH (Abt 1827-Cir 1857) 2994
       Mother: Dorothy Josephine MATHEWS (Abt 1831-After 1880) 2994



 Other Spouse: H. D. DAVIS 4073 - Abt 1871 4073


Children

General Notes: Husband - J. S. HANCOCK

Death is estimated from the birth of Edmond DAVIS, son of Orline MARSH and H. D. DAVIS, shown in the 1880 census. H. D. was Orline's second husband.


General Notes: Wife - Orline Jane MARSH

The 1880 Census shows Orline as "M. O." DAVIS, living with her husband H.D. DAVIS, their children, Edmond 7, Edna 5, and Willie 3, and Orline's mother, D. J. (Matthews Marsh) KNIGHTON.
"I think Orline got her name from that riverboat that created such a fuss in Wilcox County (AL) when it sank in 1848." (Linda Marsh)
"One of the grandest (steamboats) of all, the Orline St. John, caught fire and sank off Gee's Bend in 1850. A slave named Abram swam out and saved nine men, who were carried with other survivors to the Big House, a makeshift hospital that day. Scores drowned, however. At least one was laid to rest in Camden." (http://www.geneseo.edu/~bennett/GEEBEND.htm)
"William Harris had found the wreck of the Orline St. John. That was 1954. The Orline St. John had gone down over a century earlier, March of 1850, victim of one of those fires that always threatened steamboats. No one knows how many died, but every woman and child on board perished." (http://www.annistonstar.com/opinion/2005/as-insight-0216-hhjacksoncol-5b15w3631.htm)


Notes: Marriage

LOUISIANA - BOSSIER PARISH - MARRIAGE RECORDS Date Bk/Page Groom Bride 10-24-1871 3/329 J S Hancock Oleen Marsh. Note - may be Book C and not Book 3.

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James E. HANCOCK and Sarah E. SMITH




Husband James E. HANCOCK

         Born: Cir 1825
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Wife Sarah E. SMITH 114,304,4507

         Born: Abt 1838 - Wilkinson County, Georgia 304
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       Father: Archibald Bryant SMITH (1808-1852) 114,115
       Mother: Elizabeth M. LEWIS (1815-1858) 114,115



 Other Spouse: Elijah L. KINNEY 310,4507 - 14 April 1853 - Wilkinson County, Georgia 4507


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Judkins HUNT, Jr. and Unity HANCOCK




Husband Judkins HUNT, Jr. 2581

         Born: 16 February 1774 - Sussex County, Virginia 2581
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       Father: Capt. Judkins HUNT, Sr., RS-VA (Cir 1750-Bef 1818) 2624
       Mother: Martha BATTE (Cir 1751-      ) 2624


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Wife Unity HANCOCK 2581

         Born: 28 August 1781 - Georgia
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         Died: 11 February 1850 - Fayette County, Georgia
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       Father: Clement HANCOCK III (Cir 1755-      )
       Mother: Mary RENFROE (Cir 1760-      )




Children

General Notes: Husband - Judkins HUNT, Jr.

HUNT - FAMILY GROUP SHEET
Husband: Judkins Hunt, Jr.
Born: February 15, 1774, Albemarle Parish, Sussex Co., VA
Married: Abt. 1799, prob. Hancock Co., GA
Died: March 09, 1838, Pike Co., GA
Father: Capt. Judkins Hunt, Sr., "RWS"
Mother: Martha Batte
Wife: Unity Hancock
Born: August 28, 1781, Albemarle Parish, Sussex Co., VA
Died: February 11, 1850, Fayette Co., GA
Father: Clement Hancock (prob. III)
Mother: Mary Renfroe
Children:
1. Appleton Hunt
Born: Decmeber 26, 1800, Hancock Co., GA
Married: 1st., May 05, 1831, Pike Co., GA
2nd., Aft. 1850, GA or TX
Died: June 16, 1865, Smith (nr. Tyler) Co., TX
Spouse(s): Martha Gilder
Hesperia Weaver
2. Elizabeth Ann Hunt
Born: December 20, 1802, Hancock Co., GA
Married: 1st., April 03, 1821, Jasper Co., GA
2nd., October 25, 1856, Fayette Co., GA
Died: June 07, 1875, Pike Co., GA
Spouse(s): James Patton
William Hill Simmons, Sr., "War of 1812" (3rd., gr. gf. ... m. 1st., Elizabeth Maddox ... gr. gm.) ... below
3. Henry Hunt
Born: January 31, 1806, Hancock Co., GA
Married: November 06, 1829, Putnam Co., GA
Died: Aft. 1880, Franklin, Heart Co., GA
Spouse: Martha Greer Hawkins
4. Mary S. Hunt
Born: January 11, 1808, Hancock Co., GA
Married: January 27, 1825, Jasper Co., GA
Died: November 08, 1884, Pontotoc Co., MS
Spouse: Thomas Bracket Owen
5. Martha "Mattie" B. "Patsy" Hunt
Born: April 25, 1810, Hancock Co., GA
Married: January 22, 1829, Pike Co., GA
Died: ?, Lamar (nr. Paris) Co., TX
Spouse: Rev. Robert Hicks Bonner
6. John Hunt
Born: April 21, 1812, Hancock Co., GA
Married: August 03, 1837, Pike Co., GA
Died: ?, prob. Nacogodoches Co., TX
Spouse: Lucinda Pedin
7. James B. Hunt
Born: June 09, 1814, Hancock Co., GA
Married: August 02, 1865(?), Pontotoc Co., MS
Died: ?, prob. Chickasaw Co., MS
Spouse: Louisa J. Wynn(?)
8. Thomas Goodwin Hunt (2nd., gr. gf.)
Born: August 01, 1816, Hancock Co., GA
Married: 1st., November 21, 1839, Pike Co., GA
2nd., January 18, 1866, Spalding Co., GA
Died: September 29, 1889, Bill Arp, Douglas Co., GA
Spouse(s): Mary Elizabeth Simmons (gr. gr. gm.); d/o William Hill Simmons, Sr. and Elizabeth Maddox
Mary Jane Starr
9. Dr. Robert Rivers Hunt, "C.S.A"
Born: March 19, 1818, Hancock Co., GA
Married: January 01, 1849, Gilmer Co., GA
Died: April 11, 1876, Ellijay, Gilmer Co., GA
Spouse: Mary Ann Banks
10. Sarah "Sallie" Jane Hunt
Born: May 12, 1820, Hancock Co., GA
Married: 1st., May 26, 1836, Pike Co., GA
2nd., November 20, 1881, Ashland, Clay Co., AL
Died: 1890, Ashland, Clay Co., AL
Spouse(s): William Lewis Kerley
Daniel Clowers Pearce
Submitted by: Carol K. Garrett, 3419 Embry Cir., Chamblee, GA 30341-5611, ckg3419@yahoo.com, June 01, 2010




General Notes: Wife - Unity HANCOCK

- Original Message - From: Carol Garrett ckg3419@yahoo.com To: roloda@knology.net Sent: February 02, 2011 9:11 Subject: Unity Hancock (d/o Clement Hancock and Mary Renfroe)
You might want to make the following corrections: Unity Hancock (3 gr gm), b. 28 Aug. 1781 (not ca. 1775), prob. Greene Co., GA; d. 11 Feb. 1850, Fayette Co., GA; d/o Clement Hancock (III) and Mary Renfroe, Wilkinson Co., GA. She m. ca. 1799, prob. Hancock Co., GA to Judkins Hunt, Jr., b. 15 Feb. 1774, Sussex Co., VA; d. 09 Mar. 1838, Pike Co., GA; s/o Capt. Judkins Hunt, Sr., "RWS" and Martha Batte, Hancock Co., GA. http://findagrave.com
Looking at the possibility Clement Hancock, III (m. Mary Renfroe, d/o Enoch and Rachel Renfroe) was the s/o Clement Hancock, II (m. Mary Harrison d/o ?, Sussex Cos., VA and the gd. s/o Clement Hancock, I (m. Anthany unk.), Surry/Sussex Cos., VA. Carol
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Clinton Adair HANDLEY and Mary Minerva WALDEN




Husband Clinton Adair HANDLEY

         Born: Cir 1905
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Wife Mary Minerva WALDEN 3299

         Born: 13 November 1909 - Bell County, Texas
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         Died: 31 January 1983 - Oklahoma
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       Father: Charles M. WALDEN (1892-1960) 3298
       Mother: Minnie Mae HALBERT (1891-1925) 1626,3299




Children
1 M Kenneth Adair HANDLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Mary Stella WARREN (living)


2 M Floyd Raymond HANDLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: June ROGERS (living)


3 M Roy Dalton HANDLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Ray Darryl HANDLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Myrna Loy HANDLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: NORRIS (living)



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William Thomas MATHEWS, Sr. and Dorothy HANDLEY




Husband William Thomas MATHEWS, Sr.

         Born: 1805
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         Died: 1884
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     Marriage: Bef 1830



Wife Dorothy HANDLEY

         Born: 7 June 1807 - Wayne County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 October 1844 - Wilcox County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Old Canton Cemetery


       Father: Isaac HANDLEY (1780-1830)
       Mother: Mary Caison SHERARD (1789-1834)




Children
1 F Dorothy Josephine MATHEWS 2994

         Born: Abt 1831 - Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama 2994
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1880 - Wilcox County, Alabama 4073
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Benjamin Franklin MARSH 2994
         Marr: Bef 1850
       Spouse: Charles P. KNIGHTON
         Marr: Bef 12 August 1867


2 F Eunice Rebecca MATHEWS

         Born: 6 October 1844 - Wilcox County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 June 1845 - Wilcox County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Old Canton Cemetery




General Notes: Husband - William Thomas MATHEWS, Sr.

"Page 122. Susan MATHEWS was appointed Administrator of Estate of Reed C. MATHEWS 13 Oct. 1829 with William T. MATHEWS security."
"Page 129. William T. MATHEWS was appointed Adm. of Estate of Isaac HANDLEY, deceased with John McARTHUR and Jeremiah JONES security. 17 Dec. 1830"


General Notes: Wife - Dorothy HANDLEY

Isaac HANDL(E)Y and Mary SHERARD are the parents of Dorothy HANDLY, b. June 07, 1807, Wayne Co., NC; d. October 19, 1844, Wilcox Co., AL.
Dorothy HANDLY (ISAAC3 HANDL(E)Y, JOHN2 HANDLEY, SR, MARK1)... married William Thomas MATTHEWS Abt. 1830. He was born Abt. 1805 in Isle of Wright, VA, and died Unknown.
(http://www.keithbobbitt.com/zuberfamily/handleygenreport.htm)
Dorothy's grave is in the Old Canton Cemetery. (Now Canton Bend Methodist Church Cemetery) 6 mi north from Camden on AL 28. Along with the cemetery is the Canton United Methodist Church which is within site of the old Cumberland (CP) Presbyterian Church (the original church on the site). Her stone is engraved:
SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF DOROTHY H., WIFE OF WM T MATHEWS
WHO WAS BORN JUNE 7TH 1807 AND DIED OCTOBER 19 1844
A MEMBER OF THE CP CHURCH.
SHE COMETH FORTH LIKE A FLOWER AND IS CUT DOWN, SHE FLEETH
ALSO AS A SHADOW AND CONTINUETH NOT.
WE WERE UNITED ON EARTH, MAY WE BE RE-UNITED IN HEAVEN.
OUR MOTHER'S GRAVE.
"If you look at Dorothy Mathew's death date (Oct 19,1844), she probably died from birth complications when delivering Eunice Mathews. Then Eunice died a short while later. These marker inscriptions were copied when family memebers visited Wilcox County." (Linda Marsh Stivers, email, 3/28/2005)

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Floyd Raymond HANDLEY and June ROGERS




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Isaac HANDLEY and Mary Caison SHERARD




Husband Isaac HANDLEY

         Born: 1780
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       Father: John HANDLEY (1740-1799)
       Mother: Celiah BOYKIN (1745-1802)


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Wife Mary Caison SHERARD

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1 F Dorothy HANDLEY

         Born: 7 June 1807 - Wayne County, North Carolina
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Kenneth Adair HANDLEY and Mary Stella WARREN




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2 F Debra HANDLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Darryl HANDLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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NORRIS and Myrna Loy HANDLEY




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1 M Larry NORRIS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Johnny NORRIS (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Jimmy NORRIS (details suppressed for this person)

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HANE and Mary Elizabeth JUMPER




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Wife Mary Elizabeth JUMPER 4508

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A. C. HANE and Adelle WANNAMAKER




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Wife Adelle WANNAMAKER 2417,2514

         Born: December 1882 - South Carolina 2514
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       Mother: Ella Louisa BANKS (1855-Bef 1910) 2417,2514




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General Notes: Wife - Adelle WANNAMAKER

"Whitfield W. Watson, married May, daughter of the Hon. Samuel J. Dibble, and a daughter Adele Watson, deceased, married A. C. Hane, Fort Motte." (Revolutionary Reader: REMINISCENCES AND INDIAN LEGENDS, compiled by Sophie Lee Foster, State Regent, Daughters of the American Revolution of Georgia, Atlanta, Ga.; Byrd Printing Company, 1913, Copyrighted 1913, p. 203, http://www.archive.org/stream/revolutionaryrea00fostiala/revolutionaryrea00fostiala_djvu.txt)

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Albert Elmore HANE and Mary Adele WATSON




Husband Albert Elmore HANE 1746,1747,1748

         Born: March 1871 - South Carolina 1748
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Wife Mary Adele WATSON 1747,1748,1749

         Born: July 1878 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1748
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       Mother: Angeline Rachel WANNAMAKER (1848-1883) 1747,2510




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1 M William C. HANE 1747,1748

         Born: October 1896 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 1748
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2 F Angelina Watson HANE 1747,1748

         Born: June 1899 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 1748
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3 U HANE

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4 M Albert Elmore HANE, Jr. 1747,4510

         Born: Abt 1901 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 4510
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5 M Whitefield Watson HANE 1747,4510

         Born: Abt 1903 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 4510
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6 M Artemas Briggs HANE 1747,4510

         Born: Abt 1905 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 4510
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7 M Frank Taylor HANE 2417,4510

         Born: 1907 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 4510
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8 M John Taylor HANE 2417,4510

         Born: 1909 - Calhoun County, South Carolina 4510
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General Notes: Husband - Albert Elmore HANE

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Amelia; Series: T9 Roll: 1237 Page: 2: 36 36 HANE William W M 41 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Rosa W F 36 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Henrietta W F 13 Dau S At school SC SC SC; -- W. Clarence W M 12 Son S At school SC SC SC; -- Albert E. W M 9 Son S At school SC SC SC; -- I. Keitt Jr. W M 3/12 Mar Son S SC SC SC. (Note: William's next door neighbor is I. Keitt HANE, 37, and family, ostensibly William's brother for whom I. Keitt Jr., agr 3 months is named. RLD)

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Amelia Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1537 Page: 8: 153 153 HANE Albert E Head W M Mar 1871 29 M 4 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Addille (sic) M. Wife W F July 1878 21 M 4 2 2 SC SC SC; -- William C. Son W M Oct 1896 3 S SC SC SC; -- Angelina K. Dau W F June 1899 11/12 S SC SC SC.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Calhoun County, Amelia Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1446 Page: 128: 111 114 HANE Albert Head M W 39 M1 14 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Mrs. Dell Wife F W 31 M1 14 8 7 SC SC SC; -- William Son M W 13 S SC SC SC; -- Angeline Dau F W 10 S SC SC SC; -- Elmore Son M W 8 S SC SC SC; -- Whit Son M W 7 S SC SC SC; -- Artie Son M W 5 S SC SC SC; -- Frank Son M W 21/12 S SC SC SC; -- John Son M W 5/12 S SC SC SC; SCOTT Hattie Servant F Mu 9 S SC SC SC.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Calhoun County, Amelia; Series: T625 Roll: 1689 Page: 16:
HAYENS Albert 48 (from the page heading, remainder does not load. RLD)
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David HANEY and Faith Ann LASHLEY




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Joseph LLOYD and Elizabeth Ann HANEY




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         Born: 1802 - Hancock County, Georgia
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       Mother: Elizabeth Ann GILBERT (1769-1859)


     Marriage: 17 December 1846 - Coosa County, Alabama



Wife Elizabeth Ann HANEY

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1 F Mary LLOYD

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2 F Frances LLOYD

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3 F Laura? LLOYD

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4 M Benjamin LLOYD

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General Notes: Husband - Joseph LLOYD

U.S. Census 1850, Coosa County, Alabama, M432-4, pg 9, Coosa District, 16 Sep 1850:
Joseph LLOYD 47 M Farmer 2,500
Elizabeth LLOYD 23 F (Elizabeth Ann HANEY)
Marietta LLOYD 12 F W
Frances LLOYD 2/12 F W
U.S. Census 1860, Coosa County, Alabama, Wetumpka PO, So. Div. 3 July, page 63, family 472
Joseph LLOYD 58 M W Farmer ,6000 11,000
Ann LLOYD 33 F W House Wifing (Elizabeth Ann HANEY)
Mary LLOYD 12 F W
Frances LLOYD 10 F W
Laura? LLOYD 8 F W
Bengin? LLOYD 5/12 M W

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Monroe HANKS and Hermine SMITH




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Wife Hermine SMITH 2414,2415

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       Mother: Anna Iris AYER (Abt 1853-      ) 1614



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1 F Margaret HANKS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Iris HANKS (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M William HANKS (details suppressed for this person)

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Corporal Parks Harvey VANDERLIP, USA, WWII and Dorothy HANNA




Husband Corporal Parks Harvey VANDERLIP, USA, WWII

         Born: 5 September 1920 - Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
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       Buried:  - Woodridge Memorial Park, Lexington County, South Carolina


       Father: Charles Lewis VANDERLIP (1898-1964)
       Mother: Mary Ann JOHNSON (Abt 1903-1972)


     Marriage: 14 December 1940 - Gaston County, North Carolina



Wife Dorothy HANNA

         Born: Abt 1920 - Gaston County, North Carolina
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       Buried:  - Woodridge Memorial Park, Lexington County, South Carolina


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General Notes: Husband - Corporal Parks Harvey VANDERLIP, USA, WWII

Parks Harvey Vanderlip, born in 1920 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina, was the son of Chas. Vanderlip. ["North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000,"]

Corporal Parks H. Vanderlip, serial number 44016031, HQ BTRY 29th FA BN was dischared from the U.S. Army on 2 February 1946. His permanent address was Rt. 2, Gastonia, North Carolina. being 5' 11", weighing 166 lbs.,with blue eyes and brown hair. He had 1 dependent. He had enlisted on 25 August 1944 at Camp Croft, South Carolina. His military occupantional specialty was Survey and Instrument Man. He served for 1 year, 5 months and 8 days.was awarded the American Theater Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal and the World War II Victory Medal. ["North Carolina, Discharge and Statement of Service Records, 1940-1948,"]

Parks H Vanderlip, born 5 Sep 1920, died 2 Feb 2009 at age 89. His last resdence was in Irmo, Richland County, South Carolina 29063. His social security number was issued in North Carolina. [United States Social Security Death Index]

Parks Harvey "P.H." Vanderlip is buried in Woodridge Memorial Park, Lexington, Lexington County, South Carolina. Find A Grave Memorial# 160386248 lists his death in 2009 and presents this note:
Mr. Vanderlip , loving husband of Dorothy Hanna Vanderlip , passed away Monday, February 2, 2009. Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, he was the son of the late Charles Lewis and Mary Johnson Vanderlip . Mr. Vanderlip retired as a district manager from Southern Bell in 1983, with 47 faithful years of service. He was a military veteran, having served honorably and faithfully in the United States Army during WW II.


General Notes: Wife - Dorothy HANNA

Dorothy "Dot" Hanna Vanderlip is buried in Woodridge Memorial Park, Lexington, Lexington County, South Carolina. Find A Grave Memorial# 116894077 lists her birth in Gastonia, Gaston County, North Carolina, and her death in South Carolina. The memorial presents this obituary:
"IRMO - A graveside service for Mrs. Dorothy Hanna Vanderlip, 93, of Irmo, will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 10, 2013, in Woodridge Memorial Park, 138 Corley Mill Road, Lexington, SC 29072. Officiating will be Chaplain Terry Cromer. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service in the Woodridge Memorial Park Mausoleum Chapel. Mrs. Vanderlip passed away Thursday, September 5, 2013. Born in Gastonia, NC, she was a daughter of the late David B. Hanna and Minnie Lewis Hanna. Mrs. Vanderlip had retired from North Carolina Orthopedic Hospital, and Eastminister Presbyterian Church as a Pre-school and Sunday School teacher. Surviving are grandchildren, Andrew Christopher Crump and Lindsay Elizabeth Crump, both of Columbia, SC; sister-in-law, Dolly Vanderlip Osburn of Lacrosse, WI; nieces, Barbara Olson and Beverly Schnick of Carey, NC. She was predeceased by husband, Parks H. Vanderlip of 68 years; two brothers; and two sisters; and many loving friends. Memorials can be made to Carolina Children's Home, 3201 Trenholm road, Columbia, SC 29204. The family would like to thank all of our family and friends during this time in need."
The memorial also links to those for her parents, David Bradley Hanna (1882 - 1936) and Minnie Lewis Hanna (1882 - 1970); her husband, Parks Harvey Vanderlip (____ - 2009); and several siblings.


Notes: Marriage

Parks Harvey Vanderlip, age 20, married Dorothy Hanna, age 21, on 14 December 1940. He was the son of C. L. and Mary Vanderlip residents of Charlotte, North Carolina. She was the daughter of D. B. and Minnie Hanna, residents of Gastonia, North Carolina. Her father was deceased. Thomas H. McDill, Presbyterian Minister, officiated, the ceremony taking place in the home of Mrs. D. B. Hanna in South Point Township. witnesses were:Mildred Stroupe of Mount Holly, North Carolina, Shuford Harvey of Gastonia, North Carolina, and Frank W. Orn of Charlotte, North Carolina. ["North Carolina, County Marriages, 1762-1979 "]

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HORSMAN and Jennifer HANNA




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MORRIS and Judy HANNA




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Richard Rhodes HANNA and Polly LAWRENCE




Husband Richard Rhodes HANNA

         Born: 30 October 1914 - Los Angeles County, California
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       Buried:  - Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo County, California
     Marriage: 28 December 1938 - San Francisco County, California

 Other Spouse: Patricia Louise WILSON



Wife Polly LAWRENCE

          AKA: Mary LAWRENCE
         Born: Abt 1920 - San Francisco, California
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       Father: William Hamilton LAWRENCE (1875-      ) 57,58
       Mother: Frances Daniel CARY (1884-      ) 57



 Other Spouse: Philip McRae ROBERTSON, USA, WWII


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1 M Lt. Richard Judd HANNA, USN, Vietnam (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Judy HANNA (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Jennifer HANNA (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Richard Rhodes HANNA

Gayest party of the season for members of the debutante and college sets was the dance given on Saturday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Hanna at the Burlingame Country Club. Honor Guests were Mr. Richard R. Hanna, only son of the hosts, and his beautiful fiancee, Miss Polly Lawrence...whose marriage will take place on December 28... Miss Lawrence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton Lawrence... [The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, Monday, November 14, 1938, Page 9.]

Ensign and Mrs. Richard R. Hanna of San Mateo are staying at the Hotel del Coronado while the young officer is awaiting Navy orders. [The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, Thursday, June 10, 1943, Page 8.]

Richard married second Patricia Louise Wilson. Her 29 April 2002 obituary names her stepchildren: Judy Hanna, Judd Hanna, Jennifer Horsman, and Jill Hanna Gore.

Richard Rhodes Hanna is buried in Vets XIV, Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo, San Mateo County, California. A picture of his marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 80340575:

RICHARD RHODES HANNA
US NAVY
WORLD WAR II
1914 1996

The memorial lists his bieth on 30 October 1914 and his death on 16 January 1996.
It presents this obituary:
Richard Rhodes Hanna, a Marin County real estate developer and outdoorsman, died January 16 in a Burlingame hospital after a long illness. He was 81. A native of Los Angeles and a graduate of Stanford University, Mr. Hanna developed the Vintage Oaks shopping center in Novato on part of the family-owned Hanna ranch. He also developed family land holdings in Contra Costa County and in Chandler, Ariz. While a student at Stanford, Mr. Hanna was chosen as a member of the U.S. baseball team to play an exhibition game at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. During World War II, he served as a U.S. Navy officer aboard the aircraft carriers [USS] Nassau and [USS] Enterprise. Mr. Hanna was a member of the Pacific Union Club, the Burlingame Country Club and the Society of California Pioneers. He was an accomplished hunter, fisherman and equestrian. Surviving is his wife, Patricia; and four children, Judy Morris of San Ramon, Judd Hanna of Half Moon Bay, Jill Gore of Chico and Jennifer Horsman of Eugene, Ore. A private service will be held. [San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, Thursday, January 25, 1996]


Family links:
Parents:
Richard Wright Hanna (1890 - 1959)

Spouse:
Patricia Louise Wilson Hanna (1917 - 2002)*


General Notes: Wife - Polly LAWRENCE

Mary Lawrence was called "Polly."

Mr. and Mrs. W. Hamilton Lawrence today are making an informal announcement of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Plolly Lawrence to Mr. Richard Rhodes Hanna. Miss Lawrence is the sister of Mrs. W. T. [sic] McArdle, Miss Kate Lawrence and Mr. Hamilton Lawrence, who has been living in Pensacola, Fla., for the past year... [The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, Monday, September 12, 1938, Page 4]

Polly Lawrence and Richard Rhodes Hanna married at noon on December 28, 1938 at the little Chapel of Grace , Rev. Donald Brookman officiated. [The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, Thursday, December 29, 1938, Page 8]

To the wife of Richard R. Hanna, 2254 Leavenworth st., a son. [The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, Wednesday, July 16, 1941, Page 9]

Mary married second Philip Robertson.

Obituary: Polly Robertson, 73, of Shaw Island, Wash., died Thursday in Chico. She was born in San Francisco and lived much of her life in the Bay Area. She is survived by her husband, Philip Robertson of Shaw Island; a brother, Hamilton Lawrence of San Diego; a sister, Kitty Rice of Fortuna; a son, Judd Hanna; three daughters, Judy Morris, Jennifer Horsman and Jill Gore; stepdaughters Elizabeth Baker and Kathy Robertson, 10 grandchildren and a great-grandson. There will be no services at the family's request. Donations can be made to the Nature Conservancy, Washington Field Office, Seattle, Wash. 98101. [The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, Monday, January 24, 1994, GenealogyBank.com]
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Richard Rhodes HANNA and Patricia Louise WILSON




Husband Richard Rhodes HANNA

         Born: 30 October 1914 - Los Angeles County, California
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       Buried:  - Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo County, California
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 Other Spouse: Polly LAWRENCE - 28 December 1938 - San Francisco County, California



Wife Patricia Louise WILSON

         Born: 1 April 1917 - Augusta County, Virginia
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       Buried:  - Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo County, California


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General Notes: Husband - Richard Rhodes HANNA

Gayest party of the season for members of the debutante and college sets was the dance given on Saturday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Hanna at the Burlingame Country Club. Honor Guests were Mr. Richard R. Hanna, only son of the hosts, and his beautiful fiancee, Miss Polly Lawrence...whose marriage will take place on December 28... Miss Lawrence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton Lawrence... [The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, Monday, November 14, 1938, Page 9.]

Ensign and Mrs. Richard R. Hanna of San Mateo are staying at the Hotel del Coronado while the young officer is awaiting Navy orders. [The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, Thursday, June 10, 1943, Page 8.]

Richard married second Patricia Louise Wilson. Her 29 April 2002 obituary names her stepchildren: Judy Hanna, Judd Hanna, Jennifer Horsman, and Jill Hanna Gore.

Richard Rhodes Hanna is buried in Vets XIV, Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo, San Mateo County, California. A picture of his marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 80340575:

RICHARD RHODES HANNA
US NAVY
WORLD WAR II
1914 1996

The memorial lists his bieth on 30 October 1914 and his death on 16 January 1996.
It presents this obituary:
Richard Rhodes Hanna, a Marin County real estate developer and outdoorsman, died January 16 in a Burlingame hospital after a long illness. He was 81. A native of Los Angeles and a graduate of Stanford University, Mr. Hanna developed the Vintage Oaks shopping center in Novato on part of the family-owned Hanna ranch. He also developed family land holdings in Contra Costa County and in Chandler, Ariz. While a student at Stanford, Mr. Hanna was chosen as a member of the U.S. baseball team to play an exhibition game at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. During World War II, he served as a U.S. Navy officer aboard the aircraft carriers [USS] Nassau and [USS] Enterprise. Mr. Hanna was a member of the Pacific Union Club, the Burlingame Country Club and the Society of California Pioneers. He was an accomplished hunter, fisherman and equestrian. Surviving is his wife, Patricia; and four children, Judy Morris of San Ramon, Judd Hanna of Half Moon Bay, Jill Gore of Chico and Jennifer Horsman of Eugene, Ore. A private service will be held. [San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California, Thursday, January 25, 1996]


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Richard Wright Hanna (1890 - 1959)

Spouse:
Patricia Louise Wilson Hanna (1917 - 2002)*


General Notes: Wife - Patricia Louise WILSON

Patrica Louise Wilson was the secon wife of Richard Rhodes Hanna. She is buried in Vets XIV, Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo, San Mateo County, California. Find A Grave Memorial# 80340259 presents this obituary:
Patricia Louise Wilson Hanna passed away peacefully on April 23, 2002, preceded in death by her husband Richard Rhodes Hanna. She is survived and lovingly remembered by her daughter Kimberly Sherman McCloud, her son Wilson Robert Sherman, her stepchildren Judy Hanna, Judd Hanna, Jennifer Horsman, and Jill Hanna Gore. Mrs. Hanna, a descendent of English colonist Philip Babb. His descendents were among the early settlers of the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, where she was born on April 1, 1917. Her ancestors included Col. John Wilson who served in the House of Burgess for 25 years. She attended Mary Baldwin College and participated in the war effort in the Pentagon office of General "Hap" Arnold, where she served as official receptionist to visiting dignitaries. She ventured west to San Francisco and married Robert Sherman in 1946. They were early pioneers in television. The marriage ended in 1957. In 1960 she organized a local group of 25 women who were given State Department diplomatic status. They were officially received in the Soviet Union by Nikita Krushchev and members of the Politburo. On her return she married Richard Rhodes Hanna and enthusiastically embraced his love of the outdoors. They traveled extensively to remote areas where she kept journals with drawings of their experiences. Mrs. Hanna was active as a volunteer in her community and served on the board of a number of organizations including ARCS, the Crippled Children's Auxiliary of San Mateo County, the Coyote Point Museum, and the Garden Guild of the Church of St. Matthew of San Mateo. She was a member of the Burlingame Country Club and The Colonial Dames. A private graveside service was held at Skylawn Cemetery on April 26, 2002. San Francisco Chronicle -- San Francisco, San Francisco County, California -- April 29, 2002.

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Kirk Alden LAWRENCE and Alice Marie HANNAH




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       Father: Harold Everett HANNAH
       Mother: Grace May THOMPSON (1903-1993)




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1 F Teresa Lynn LAWRENCE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Kelly Reni LAWRENCE (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Liles Kirk LAWRENCE (details suppressed for this person)

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Harold Everett HANNAH and Grace May THOMPSON




Husband Harold Everett HANNAH (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Grace May THOMPSON 43

         Born: 5 October 1903 43
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1 F Alice Marie HANNAH (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Grace May THOMPSON

GRACE M HANNAH 05 Dec 1903 21 Mar 1993 74079 (Stroud, Lincoln, OK ) (none specified) 445-30-9443 Oklahoma. (SSDI)

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John HANNAH and Penelpia LYNCH




Husband John HANNAH

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Wife Penelpia LYNCH

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1 F Cora L. HANNAH 4489

          AKA: Carrie L. HANNAH 4490
         Born: Cir 1850 - Arkansas 4490
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       Spouse: James Amos HALBERT, CSA 2507
         Marr: Abt 1869



General Notes: Wife - Penelpia LYNCH

Penelpia = Penelope?
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James A. McCAUSLAND and Ann Elizabeth HANNAN




Husband James A. McCAUSLAND (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Ann Elizabeth HANNAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Ernest M. HANNAN
       Mother: Gertrude Worth JONES (1875-      )




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Ernest M. HANNAN and Gertrude Worth JONES




Husband Ernest M. HANNAN (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Gertrude Worth JONES 244,1911

         Born: 18 February 1875 - New York 244
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       Father: Harry C. JONES (Abt 1845-      ) 244
       Mother: Frances Augusta GUNNELL (1846-1925) 240,244,3257



 Other Spouse: San Jose FRALICK


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1 F Ann Elizabeth HANNAN (details suppressed for this person)

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Olaf OLSSON and Brita HANSDOTTER




Husband Olaf OLSSON 2252

         Born: 14 September 1830 2252
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Wife Brita HANSDOTTER 2252

         Born: 1 July 1833 2252
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Children
1 F Karin OLSDOTTER 2252,2253

          AKA: Carrie O. MATSON 2997
         Born: 22 February 1870 - Sweden 2253
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         Died: 31 July 1959 - Jackson County, Missouri 2252
       Buried:  - Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery
       Spouse: Mats MATSON 2252
         Marr: 27 June 1896 2252



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Eric HANSEN and Renee Lynette RICE




Husband Eric HANSEN (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Renee Lynette RICE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Lynn Mayo RICE
       Mother: Sallie Louise HATCHER




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1 F Allison Sarina HANSEN (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Ryan Eric HANSEN (details suppressed for this person)

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Fnu HANSON and Inez L. WILMETH




Husband Fnu HANSON

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Wife Inez L. WILMETH 268,3585

         Born: Abt 1864 - Doniphan County, Kansas 3585
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       Father: Sylvester James WILMETH (1832-1905) 268
       Mother: Amy Augusta LESTER (1845-1919) 3584,3585




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C. HARBIN, Jr. and Mary Virginia SEATON




Husband C. HARBIN, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary Virginia SEATON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Frederick Courtland SEATON, Sr. (1890-1978)
       Mother: Mae LAUGHINGHOUSE (1895-1978)




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George W. O. HARBIN




Husband George W. O. HARBIN 2276

         Born: Abt 1815 - Maryland 2276
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1 M George Washington HARBIN 2276,2277

         Born: 17 May 1857 - Alabama 2276
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         Died: 20 December 1943
       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama
       Spouse: Ethel Harris REID 2275,2277,2278
         Marr: 28 October 1885



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George Washington HARBIN and Ethel Harris REID




Husband George Washington HARBIN 2276,2277

         Born: 17 May 1857 - Alabama 2276
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         Died: 20 December 1943
       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: George W. O. HARBIN (Abt 1815-      ) 2276
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 28 October 1885



Wife Ethel Harris REID 2275,2277,2278

         Born: 15 January 1869 - Lowndes County, Alabama 2278
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         Died: 7 April 1938 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: Bvt 2Lt George Edward REID, CSA (1840-1911) 712
       Mother: Laura Olivia HARRIS (1847-1938) 710




Children
1 F Lizzie HARBIN 2275,4511

         Born: October 1887 - Alabama 2275
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       Spouse: Charles F. HEATON 4511
         Marr: 25 February 1911 - Butler County, Alabama


2 M Clive R. HARBIN 2275

         Born: August 1890 - Alabama 2275
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3 M Ned J. HARBIN 2275

         Born: August 1892 - Alabama 2275
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4 F Alma HARBIN 2275

         Born: 8 October 1894 - Alabama 2275
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         Died: 3 June 1971 - Montgomery County, Alabama
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       Spouse: Z. T. ANDRESS
         Marr: 26 March 1913 - Butler County, Alabama


5 F Nellie HARBIN 2275

         Born: November 1896 - Alabama 2275
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6 M George E. HARBIN 2275

         Born: February 1899 - Alabama 2275
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7 F Laura HARBIN 2277

         Born: Abt 1902 - Alabama 2277
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8 M Jim Preston HARBIN 2277,4373

         Born: 1903 - Alabama 4373
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9 F Abbie Gertrude HARBIN 2277,4373

         Born: 27 November 1906 - Alabama 4373
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         Died: 19 June 1999
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       Spouse: William Harvey GINGLES
         Marr: 22 February 1925 - Butler County, Alabama


10 M Samuel HARBIN 2277

         Born: 1909 - Alabama 2277
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General Notes: Husband - George Washington HARBIN

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Greenville; Series: T9 Roll: 4 Page: 319:
352 389 HARBIN Geo. W. O. W M 65 Wd Farming MD MD MD;
-- Anna J. W F 34 Dau S House keeping AL MD SC;
-- Geo. W. W M 23 Son S Harness making AL MD SC.

1900 U.S.Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Beat 10, Fort Deposit Village; Series: T623 Roll: 26 Page: 64:
89 91 HARBIN George W. Head W M May 1854 46 M 14 AL MD SC Harness & shoe repair.
-- Ethel H. Wife W F Jany 1869 31 M 14 6 6 AL AL AL Farmer[?];
-- Lizzie Dau W F Oct 1887 12 S AL AL AL At school;
-- Clive R. Son W M Aug 1890 9 S AL AL AL At school;
-- Ned J. Son W M Aug 1892 7 S AL AL AL;
-- Alma Dau W F Oct 1894 5 S AL AL AL;
-- Nellie Dau W F Nov 1896 3 S AL AL AL;
-- George E. Son W M Feby 1899 1 S AL AL AL.

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Pct 7; Series: T624 Roll: 3 Page: 81:
Spring Hill Road 196 197 HARBIN George Washington Head M1 W 53 M 25 AL SC MD Farmer;
-- Ethel Harris Wife F W 40 M1 25 10 9 AL AL AL;
-- Lizzie Dau F W 22 S AL AL AL Farmer;
-- Clyde [sic] Son M W 18 S AL AL AL Farm laborer Home farm;
-- Ned Joseph Son M W 17 S AL AL AL Farm laborer Home farm;
-- Alma Dau F W 15 S AL AL AL Farm laborer Home farm;
-- Nellie Dau F W 13 S AL AL AL Farm laborer Home farm;
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HARBIN Laura Dau F W 8 S AL AL AL;
-- Jim P. Son M W 6 S AL ALAL;
-- Abbie G. Dau F W 3 S ALALAL;
-- Samuel Son M W 9/12 S AL AL AL

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Shell; Series: T625 Roll: 4 Page: 27:
Fm 180 181 HARBIN George W. Head M W 62 M AL AL AL Farmer home farm;
-- Ethel Wife F W 50 M AL AL AL;
-- Preston Son M W 16 S AL AL AL;
-- Gertrue [sic] Dau F W 13 S AL AL AL;
-- Samuel Son M W 10 S AL AL AL.

1930 U.S. Census, Alabama, Butler County, Shell; Series: T626 Roll: 4 Page: 22:
153 165 HARBIN George W. Head M W 72 M 25 AL MD SC Farmer General farm;
-- Ethel H. Wife W F 62 M 16 AL AL AL;
HEATON Robert L. GrSon M W 13 S AL AL AL.

"A0460 Harbin, George W. May 17, 1857 Dec 20, 1943"
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/myrtlewood1.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Ethel Harris REID

"A0460 Harbin, George W. May 17, 1857 Dec 20, 1943
A0461 Harbin, Ethel H. (Reid) Jan 15, 1869 Apr 7, 1938 (Ethel H. Reid, daughter of George Edward & Laura Olivia Harris Reid, married George W. Harbin on Oct. 28, 1885)"
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/myrtlewood1.txt]
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Charles F. HEATON and Lizzie HARBIN




Husband Charles F. HEATON 4511

         Born: 1888 - Alabama 4511
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     Marriage: 25 February 1911 - Butler County, Alabama



Wife Lizzie HARBIN 2275,4511

         Born: October 1887 - Alabama 2275
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       Father: George Washington HARBIN (1857-1943) 2276,2277
       Mother: Ethel Harris REID (1869-1938) 2275,2277,2278




Children
1 M George W. HEATON 4511

         Born: 1912 - Alabama 4511
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2 F Jessie P. HEATON 4511

         Born: 1913 - Alabama 4511
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3 F Frances V. HEATON 4511

         Born: 1915 - Alabama 4511
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4 M Robert L. HEATON 4511

         Born: 1916 - Alabama 4511
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General Notes: Husband - Charles F. HEATON

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jefferson County, Birmingham City; Series: T625 Roll: 25 Page: 70: 179 200 HEATON Charles F Head M W 31 M AL AL AL Lineman Steel plant; -- Lizzie Wife F W 32 M AL AL AL; -- George W. Son M W 7 S AL AL AL; -- Jessie P. Dau F W 6 S AL AL AL; -- Francis [sic] V. Dau F W 4 S AL AL AL; -- Robert L. Son M W 3 S AL AL AL.


Notes: Marriage

C. F. HEATON, age 22, married Lizzie HARBIN, age 22, on 25 Feb 1911 in Butler County, Alabama. [Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957: FamilySearch.org; Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M73657-8, System Origin: Alabama-EASy, Source Film Number: 1290257, Reference Number: p 431]
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Gary Franklin HARBISON and Dorothy Arline SOUTHWOOD




Husband Gary Franklin HARBISON

         Born: 17 July 1945
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         Died: 17 May 2005 - Sedgwick County, Kansas
       Buried:  - Clearwater Cemetery, Sedgwick County, Kansas
     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Edwina --?--



Wife Dorothy Arline SOUTHWOOD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Marvin C. SOUTHWOOD, Sr., USA, WWII (1918-1972)
       Mother: Flora Gene TURNER (1922-1998)



 Other Spouse: PERKINS


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1 F Tracy Jean HARBISON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Matthew HARBISON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Gary Franklin HARBISON

Gary Franklin Harbison and Dorothy Arline Southwood are named as the parents of Tracy Jean born in 1973 in Bexar County, Texas.

Gary F Harbison, born 17 Jul 1945, resided in Wichita, Kansas 67217, 1993-2001, and Clearwater, Kansas in 1999. Possible Relatives: Christine A Harbison, Dorothy A Harbison, Tracy Jean Harbison. Record Number 255565926. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/2M6Y-HMN : accessed 7 February 2015), Gary F Harbison, Residence, Clearwater, Kansas, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

Obituaries:
CLEARWATER Harbison, Gary F., 59, died Tuesday, May 17, 2005. Services pending with Webb-Shinkle Mortuary, Clearwater, Kansas. [Kansas City Star, Kansas City, Missouri, Wednesday, May 18, 2005]
CLEARWATER Harbison, Gary F., 59, retired Cessna Tooling Machinist and Didde Web Press employee, died Tuesday, May 17, 2005. Visitation, 9am-8pm, Thurs, with family present 5-6:30pm, at Webb-Shinkle Mortuary. Graveside Services, 1pm, Fri, at Clearwater Cemetery. Preceded in death by father, Frank, son, Daniel, daughter, Christine, sister, Virginia Lynam. Survivors: wife, Dorthy; sons and daughter-in-law, Shawn and Lori Perkins, Wichita, Shane Perkins, Clearwater, Matthew Harbison, Colorado Springs, CO; daughter and son-in-law, Tracy and Chad Burge, Clearwater; mother, Elma Harbison, Clearwater; brother, Stanley Harbison, Anson; grandchildren, Eric Perkins, Tasha Carpenter, Brent Perkins, Sherri Perkins, Nicole Finney, Daniel Finney, Dakota Harbison, Christopher Burge. Memorial: Memorial Processing Center, American Heart Association, P.O. Box 1653, Topeka, KS 66601-1653. [The Kansas City Star, Kansas City, Missouri, Thursday, May 19, 2005]

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Avac Vernon HARDEN and Mollie E. SMITH




Husband Avac Vernon HARDEN

         Born: 22 July 1893 - Tattnall County, Georgia
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         Died: 15 August 1977 - Orange County, Florida
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Wife Mollie E. SMITH 113

         Born: 18 March 1892 - Wilkinson County, Georgia 113
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         Died: 30 October 1977 - Orange County, Florida
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       Father: Benjamin Lewis SMITH (1846-1911) 113,114
       Mother: Sarah Louisa DANIEL (1852-1907) 4,304




Children
1 F Anna Lou HARDEN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Avac Vernon HARDEN

Find A Grave Memorial# 135920854 lists Avac Vernon Harden, born 22 July 1893 in Tattnall County, Georgia, died 15 August 1977 in Winter Park, Orange County, Florida. Burial location unknown. The memorial has the note: "He married Mollie E. Smith of Georgia."

On 5 June [no year], Avac Vernon Harden, age 23, born 22 July 1893 in Tattnall County, Georgia, registered for the draft in Toombs County, Georgia. He was a self-employed farmer in Elza, Toombs County, married with a dependant wife. He was described as being tall, of medium build with brown eyes and black hair. ["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918,"]

"United States Census, 1930", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:SYTT-FZM : accessed 1 December 2015), Mollie Harden in entry for Avac D. [sic] Harden, 1930.
Asac D Harden Head M 35 M 21 GA GA GA Laborer Ice Plant
Mollie Harden Wife F 36 M 21 GA GA GA
Anna L Harden Dau F 11 S GA GA GA

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VTCH-GYT : accessed 1 December 2015), Avac V Harden, Ward 4, Orlando, Election Precinct 20, Orange, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 48-24, sheet 10A, family 216, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 603.
Avac V Harden Head M 46 GA Guard State Convict Camp
Mollie Harden Wife F 50 GA
Anna Lou Harden Dau F 21 GA
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same place.

Florida State Census, 1945, Precinct 13, Orlando, Orange County, Florida
HARDEN, A. V. 2815 E. Central M 51 GA Civil S.
-- Mollie 2815 E. Central F 58 GA Housewife


General Notes: Wife - Mollie E. SMITH

The 1900 census, Bulloch County, Georgia,records Molllie Smith, age 14, born in August 1885 in the home of her parents Benjamin L and Sarah L. Smith. In 1910, she as age 20, single residing with her parents.

Find A Grave Memorial# 135920829 lists Mollie E. Smith Harden, born Mar. 18, 1892 in Wilkinson County, Georgia, and her death on Oct. 30, 1977 in Orange County, Florida. Burial location unknown. The memorial contains the note: "She married Avac Vernon Harden. She was the daughter of Benjamin L and Sarah L Daniel Smith." and links to the memorial for Avac Vernon Harden (1893 - 1977)

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David WOODRUFF and Rachel Ann HARDEN




Husband David WOODRUFF

         Born: Abt 1690 - King William County, Virginia
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         Died: Abt 1760 - Albemarle County, Virginia
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     Marriage: Bef 1836



Wife Rachel Ann HARDEN

         Born: Abt 1704 - Virginia
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         Died: Abt 1781 - Amhurst County, Virginia
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Children
1 M Richard WOODRUFF

         Born: Bef 1760
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         Died: 12 July 1836 - Wilkes County, Georgia
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       Spouse: Sarah SILVEY
         Marr: Bef 1802



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Otis Felton MIXON and Bessie P. HARDIE




Husband Otis Felton MIXON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Ruie Lee MIXON (1915-1936)
       Mother: Ruth DANIEL (1916-2005)


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Wife Bessie P. HARDIE

         Born: 9 June 1936 - Calhoun County, Georgia
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         Died: 3 May 2011 - Calhoun County, Georgia
       Buried: 6 May 2011 - Ramah Baptist Church Cemetery, Wilkinson County, Georgia


       Father: Leon HARDIE (      -      )
       Mother: Willie Mae DRAKE (      -      )




Children
1 M Otis Felton MIXON

         Born: 16 May 1958 - Charleston County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 June 1994 - Wilkinson County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Ramah Baptist Church Cemetery, Wilkinson County, Georgia



2 M Lee MIXON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Lynn --?-- (living)



General Notes: Wife - Bessie P. HARDIE

Deceased "sister-in-law Bessie Mixon " is named in the May 3, 2012 obituary of Genelle Mixon Sheppard.

Obituary: GORDON - Funeral services for Mrs. Bessie Hardie Mixon will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday, May 6, in Williams Funeral Home Chapel of Gordon with the Rev. Doug Mays and the Rev. Randy Carnley officiating. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Mixon, 74, passed away Tuesday, May 3. She was a life long resident of Gordon, the daughter of the late Leon and Willie Mae Drake Hardie. She retired from the Gordon Medical Center and was a member of the Gordon United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by a son, Felton Mixon. Survivors include her husband, Otis Mixon of Gordon; son, Lee (Lynn) Mixon of Milledgeville; sister, Leonie Hardie of Decatur; and a brother, Reagan Hardie of Conyers. Williams Funeral Home of Gordon, (478) 628-2200, is in charge of arrangements. [Union-Recorder, The (Milledgeville, GA) - Thursday, May 5, 2011]

Bessie is buried in Ramah Baptist Church Cemetery, Gordon, Wilkinson County, Georgia.
A picture of her gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 69363090:

BESSIE HARDIE MIXON
JUNE 9, 1936
MAY 3, 2011


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Julius Caesar MITCHELL and Ellen Jane HARDIN




Husband Julius Caesar MITCHELL 1092

          AKA: Jule Carnes MITCHELL,2784 Walter Flewellen MITCHELL 1092
         Born: 8 October 1868 - Barbour County, Alabama 2386
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 January 1916 - Muscogee County, Georgia 4305
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery


       Father: Capt. Julius Caesar MITCHELL, CSA (1842-1876) 1092,2784
       Mother: Georgia Alberta FLEWELLEN (1847-1919) 1523,2786


     Marriage: Abt 1891



Wife Ellen Jane HARDIN 1091,1092

         Born: 29 March 1871 - Texas 1093
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 April 1944 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia


       Father: Rev. Benjamin Martin HARDIN (Abt 1837-      ) 1091
       Mother: Josephine --?-- (Abt 1845-      ) 1091




Children
1 F Josephine MITCHELL

         Born: 27 January 1893 - Muscogee County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 January 1893 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery



2 M Josiah Law MITCHELL 1092

         Born: Abt March 1894 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1093
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 October 1924 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1092,4512
       Buried: 27 October 1924 - Linwood Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


3 M Julius C. MITCHELL 1092

         Born: September 1895 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1093
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Emily PITTS (living)


4 F Georgia Flewellen MITCHELL 1092

         Born: 20 June 1897 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1093,4513
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 May 1964 - Muscogee County, Georgia 4513
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia 4513
       Spouse: Joseph Arthur LYNCH 1092


5 F Ellen H. MITCHELL 1092

         Born: July 1898 - Muscogee County, Georgia 1093
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Dr. Frank COSBY, Jr. (living)


6 M Hardin MITCHELL 1092

         Born: Abt 1902 - Muscogee County, Georgia 4282
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Elizabeth FARLEY (living)


7 M Flewellen MITCHELL 1092

         Born: Abt 1905 - Muscogee County, Georgia 4282
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Julius Caesar MITCHELL

Julius Caesar "Jule" MITCHELL, son of Captain Julius Caesar MITCHELL and Georgia E. FLEWELLEN was born 8 October 1868, originally named Walter Flewellen MITCHELL. To honor his father after his death, Walter changed his name to Julius Caesar according to Fannie Phillips MITCHELL, contributor to the History of Hancock County, Georgia. A "typo" in this book says he died about "1820". EARLY GEORGIA PORTRAITS 1715-1870, p. 166, records that Walter was "Jule Carne MITCHELL" and provides 1916 for his death. Julius married Ellen Jane HARDIN. They lived in Columbus, Georgia where he worked as a broker until his death. [Note: Julius was not the only child of Julius and Georgia. They had two daughters, Edna and Berta who died young between 1870 and 1880.]

The 1870 census lists Captain Julius Caesar MITCHELL and Georgia E. FLEWELLEN's son as what looks like "Willie", and should be Wallie or Walter, age 2. His father died in 1876. Walter is listed as Julius on the 1880 census, living with his mother, Georgia, and in the household of Americus C. MITCHELL, his grandfather.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Beat 10, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 30 Page: 631: 159 MITCHELL A. C. W M 60 M Farmer GA GA GA; " Mary E. W F 50 Wife M GA GA GA; " Molly W F Dau 14 S AL GA GA; " Catherine W F With Son 81 GA GA GA; " Ms Georgia W F 30 Wd AL GA GA; " Julious C W M 10 Son S AL AL AL. [Note: The FamilySearch 1880 census transcription contains a note for Julious as "PVS". This is not found on the actual census page. Possibly it stands for "Previous" meaning he had changed his named to that of his deceased father, the "previous" Julius C (Caesar) MITCHELL. RLD]

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, 2 Wd Columbus, 2 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 214 Page: 158: 3rd Ave 1333 55 78 MITCHELL, Jule (as indexed, overwritten) Head W M Oct 1867 32 M 8 AL AL AL Broker; -- Ellen Wife W F Mar 1871 29 M 8 4 4 TX GA TX; -- Josiah Son W M Mar 1833(sic, 1893) 6 S GA AL TX; -- Jule Son W M Sept 1895 4 S GA AL TX; -- Georgia Dau W F Jan 1897 3 S GA AL TX; --Ellen Dau W F July 1898 1 S GA AL TX; MITCHELL, Georgia Mother W F Oct 1847 52 Wd 20 1 1 AL GA GA; FLEWELLEN Walter Boarder W M Jan 1850 S AL GA GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, 1 Wd Columbus, 15 Apr 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 205 Page: 68: Second Avenue 1527 94 123 MITCHELL Jule C. Head M W 41 M1 18 AL AL AL Merchant Commissioned; -- Ellen H. Wife F W 39 M1 18 6 6 TX GA GA; -- Josiah L. Son M W 15 S GA AL TX; -- Jule C. Jr. Son M W14 S GA AL TX; -- Georgia Dau F W 12 S GA AL TX; -- Ellen H. Dau F W 10 S GA AL TX; -- Hardin Son M W 8 S GA AL TX; -- Flewellen Son M W 5 S GA AL TX; MITCHELL Georgia A. Mother F W 62 Wd - 1 1 AL GA GA; FLEWELLEN Mattie E. Aunt F W 69 S GA GA GA.

Julius, as Jule, is buried as in Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. A picture of his grave stone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 62070012 created by Linda Farmer Ames on Nov 23, 2010.

JULE C. MITCHELL
BORN
OCT. 8, 1868
DIED
JAN. 27, 1916


General Notes: Wife - Ellen Jane HARDIN

Ellen Jane HARDIN was a daughter of Rev. Martin Benjamin and Josephine HARDIN. She is age 8 in the 1880 census.
1880 U.S Census, Georgia, Troup County, LaGrange; Series: T9 Roll: 168 Page: 703: 451 462 HARDIN Martin B. W M 43 M Minister GA -- GA; -- Josephine W F 35 Wife M Keeps house GA -- --; -- M. Benjamin W M 21 Son S Clerk in dry goods store GA GA GA; -- Josiah W M 10 Son S At school TX GA GA; -- Ellen J. W F 8 Dau - At school TX GA GA; -- Laura W F 4 Dau Home GA GA GA; -- Jane L. W F 75 Mother GA GA GA.

Ellen Jane HARDIN married Julius Caesar "Jule" MITCHELL about 1891. They had seven children.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, Ward 6, Columbia; Series: T625 Roll: 272 Page: 215:
1944 686 720 MITCHELL Ellen Head F W 48 Wd TX GA GA None;
-- Harden Son M W 18 S GA AL TX Office clerk Gov Camp[?];
-- Flewellen Son M W 15 S GA AL TX;
LYNCH Georgia Dau F W 22 M CA AL TX;
-- Joseph A. Son-in-law M W 24 M GA SC GA Lawyer Criminal Civil.

Ellen is buried beside Jule in Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. Apicture of her gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 62069995 created by Linda Farmer Ames on Nov 23, 2010:

ELLEN HARDIN
WIFE OF
JULE C. MITCHELL
BORN
MAR. 29, 1871
DIED
APR. 14, 1944
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Jourdan MITCHELL and Julia Ann HARDIN




Husband Jourdan MITCHELL 1832

         Born: Cir 1810
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 6 November 1850 4166
       Buried: 


       Father: William MITCHELL (1787-1856) 3291
       Mother: Martha HILL (1791-1851) 1832


     Marriage: 2 December 1831 - Walton County, Georgia 4514



Wife Julia Ann HARDIN 1832

         Born: Abt 1815 - Georgia 4166
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Abraham Hill MITCHELL 4166

         Born: Abt 1835 - Georgia 4166
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth PERSONS
         Marr: Cir 1858
       Spouse: Sarah Frances UPSHAW 1380,4426
         Marr: Bef 1877


2 F Martha MITCHELL 1832

         Born: Abt 1836 - Georgia 4166
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Sarah MITCHELL 1832

         Born: Abt 1838 - Alabama 4166
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James T. DUNKLIN (living)


4 M Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA 1832

         Born: Abt 1840 - Alabama 4166
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 4515
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Annie HUMBER 1833
         Marr: Abt 1867
       Spouse: Mary Louisa UPSHAW 1380,4516
         Marr: 29 October 1874 - Barbour County, Alabama


5 M Alvurn MITCHELL 1832

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 6 November 1850
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth PERSONS (living)


6 M William MITCHELL

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 6 November 1850 4166
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Jourdan MITCHELL

Sarah Frances "Fannie"UPSHAW married Abraham Hill MITCHELL, son of Jourdan MITCHELL and Julia Ann HARDIN. (Teresa Griffis, email, 6/19/2004. RLD) I have Jourdan (Jordan) Mitchell as the son of William Mitchell and Martha Hill. (Teresa Griffis, email, 6/20/2004. RLD)

Jourdan MITCHELL is presumed to have died before 6 November 1850 when his wife, widow, Julia is head of household in Barbour County, Alabama.


General Notes: Wife - Julia Ann HARDIN

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Division 23; Series: M432 Roll: 1 Page: 211: 1548 1590 Julia MITCHELL 35 F 3500 GA; [next page] 1548 1590 Abraham MITCHELL 16 M Strudent GA; Martha 14 F GA; Sarah 12 F AL; Jordan 10 M AL.
Three homes away is John M. RAIFORD*, 46, M Farmer 15,000 SC; Martha J. 32 F GA; Emily J. PERSONS 13 F GA. Also on this page are the families of Henry L. JORDAN, 29, and Junius JORDAN, 36.
*"Old Dr. Raiford" in the "Pet" letters.


Notes: Marriage

http://jrshelby.com/genmap/mitchell.htm
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Allen ROBERTS and Elizabeth HARDWICK




Husband Allen ROBERTS

         Born: Cir 1788
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 17 November 1808 - Greene County, Georgia



Wife Elizabeth HARDWICK

         Born: 17 January 1791
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William HARDWICK, Jr. (1760-1825)
       Mother: Nancy SHIPP (1768-1854)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth HARDWICK

Called "Betsy."

"William Hardwick (AKA William Jr.), 1760-1825, did not leave a will, but left a familly Bible (see link). He married Nancy Shipp on 22 Apr 1790 in Greene Co GA. The transcription unfortunately merged the entries for Betsy and Patsy re their birth and marriage dates, but the spouses are sorted out in the text re their children, and in the links for each of these daughters. The transcription unfortunately merged the entries for Betsy and Patsy re their birth and marriage dates, but the spouses are sorted out in the text re their children, and in the links for each of these daughters. Betsy (Elizabeth) was born 17 Jan 1791, married Allen ROBERTS on 17 Nov 1808 in Greene Co GA. Patsy (Martha) was born 19 Mar 1792, married David LEWIS on 2 May 1809." (Harriet Emrey, email, 2/05/2008)

1820 GA, Hancock Co, M33-7 p. 90:
Allen Roberts 400010; 11010
William Hardwick 020001; 01201
p. 94:
David Lewis 200010; 30010
(Harriet Imrey)

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Garland HARDWICK and Susan VENABLE




Husband Garland HARDWICK

         Born: 22 May 1768 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1847 - Benton County, Arkansas
       Buried: 


       Father: William Garland HARDWICK, Sr. RS-SC (1727-1803)
       Mother: Kessiah Cynthia PARKER (1727-1784)


     Marriage: 14 October 1794 - Columbia County, Georgia



Wife Susan VENABLE

         Born: Abt 1776
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M John HARDWICK

         Born: Bef 1812
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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George Washington HARDWICK and Mary "Polly" McTYEIRE




Husband George Washington HARDWICK

         Born: 31 January 1766 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 May 1824 - St. Clair County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Liberty Baptist Cemetery


       Father: William Garland HARDWICK, Sr. RS-SC (1727-1803)
       Mother: Kessiah Cynthia PARKER (1727-1784)


     Marriage: 1783 - Greene County, Georgia



Wife Mary "Polly" McTYEIRE

         Born: Abt 1766 - Lancaster County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 October 1843 - Morgan County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Frizzle McTYEIRE (      -      )
       Mother: Mary BOOTH (      -      )




Children
1 M George HARDWICK

         Born: 12 May 1791 - Greene County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 November 1833 - Talladega County, Alabama
       Buried: 




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Hasel HARDWICK, Jr. and Margaret "Peggy" HARDWICK




Husband Hasel HARDWICK, Jr.

         Born: 1767 - Chester County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 February 1827 - Chester County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Hasel HARDWICK (Bef 1727-After 1801)
       Mother: Mary NORTHCUT (Abt 1730-After 1800)


     Marriage: Abt 1787 - Chester District, South Carolina



Wife Margaret "Peggy" HARDWICK

         Born: 7 June 1773 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1840 - Chester County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: William Garland HARDWICK, Sr. RS-SC (1727-1803)
       Mother: Kessiah Cynthia PARKER (1727-1784)




Children
1 M William HARDWICK

         Born: Bef 1812
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Hasel HARDWICK and Mary NORTHCUT




Husband Hasel HARDWICK

         Born: Bef 1727 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: After February 1801 - Chester County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary NORTHCUT

         Born: Abt 1730 - Stafford County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 6 June 1800 - Chester County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Hasel HARDWICK, Jr.

         Born: 1767 - Chester County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 February 1827 - Chester County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Margaret "Peggy" HARDWICK
         Marr: Abt 1787 - Chester District, South Carolina



General Notes: Husband - Hasel HARDWICK

SC Archives: Series Number:S111001 Volume: 0008 Page: 00522 Item:05 Date: 1769/10/12 Description: HARDWICK, Hazle, Memorial for 200 acres on North Fork, Craven County. Names Indexed: HARDWICK, Hazle//
Locations: Craven County/Broad River/Saluda River/North Fork.
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James Jefferson HARDWICK and Milicy PRIDE




Husband James Jefferson HARDWICK

         Born: 10 October 1805
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William HARDWICK, Jr. (1760-1825)
       Mother: Nancy SHIPP (1768-1854)


     Marriage: 19 January 1825



Wife Milicy PRIDE

         Born: Cir 1807
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

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David LEWIS and Martha HARDWICK




Husband David LEWIS

         Born: Cir 1790
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 2 May 1809



Wife Martha HARDWICK

         Born: 19 March 1792
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William HARDWICK, Jr. (1760-1825)
       Mother: Nancy SHIPP (1768-1854)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Martha HARDWICK

Called "Patsy."

"William Hardwick (AKA William Jr.), 1760-1825, did not leave a will, but left a familly Bible (see link). He married Nancy Shipp on 22 Apr 1790 in Greene Co GA. The transcription unfortunately merged the entries for Betsy and Patsy re their birth and marriage dates, but the spouses are sorted out in the text re their children, and in the links for each of these daughters. The transcription unfortunately merged the entries for Betsy and Patsy re their birth and marriage dates, but the spouses are sorted out in the text re their children, and in the links for each of these daughters. Betsy (Elizabeth) was born 17 Jan 1791, married Allen ROBERTS on 17 Nov 1808 in Greene Co GA. Patsy (Martha) was born 19 Mar 1792, married David LEWIS on 2 May 1809." (Harriet Emrey, email, 2/05/2008)

1820 GA, Hancock Co, M33-7 p. 90:
Allen Roberts 400010; 11010
William Hardwick 020001; 01201
p. 94:
David Lewis 200010; 30010

David died before 1830.

1830 GA, Hancock Co, M19-18, p. 160:
Martha Lewis M: 0014; 00 F: 0001; 001

1840 GA, Hancock Co, M704-43, p. 212:
Martha Lewis M: 1210; 10 F: 0000; 011001 [older woman is her mother Nancy Shipp Hardwick]
(Harriet Imrey)

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JONES and Martha HARDWICK




Husband JONES

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Martha HARDWICK

         Born: 13 December 1752 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1800
       Buried: 


       Father: William Garland HARDWICK, Sr. RS-SC (1727-1803)
       Mother: Kessiah Cynthia PARKER (1727-1784)




Children

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James O'DANIEL, RW-SC and Nancy HARDWICK




Husband James O'DANIEL, RW-SC 892

          AKA: James DANIEL, James DANIELL,896 James DANNELL 897
         Born: 1721 - Stafford County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 11 May 1797 and 5 March 1798 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Mrs. Tallulah West's Place, 104Th M. Dist., Hancock County, Georgia


       Father: William O'DANIEL I (Cir 1691-Between 1726/1728) 892
       Mother: Frances --?-- (Bef 1703-Between 1755/1758) 894


     Marriage: Between 1779 and 1787

 Other Spouse: UNKNOWN - Bef 1750



Wife Nancy HARDWICK

         Born: 6 January 1758 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 January 1814 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia 101
       Buried: 


       Father: William Garland HARDWICK, Sr. RS-SC (1727-1803)
       Mother: Kessiah Cynthia PARKER (1727-1784)



 Other Spouse: James BARROW, RS -NC 101 - 7 February 1802 - Baldwin County, Georgia


Children
1 F Betty DANIELL 2400

         Born: Cir 1780
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1797
       Buried: 
       Spouse: AUSTON OR AUSTIN 2400
         Marr: Bef 1794



General Notes: Husband - James O'DANIEL, RW-SC

James O'DANIEL, son of William O'DANIEL, was first known to your compiler from this entry in the History of Hancock County, Georgia, p. 138, "James DANIEL is thought to have been the James O'DANIEL who came to South Carolina about 1749 or 1750 from Virginia. In Stafford County, Virginia, there are records of the sale of land by "James O'DANIEL of the Province of South Carolina". In the deed he says this land was left to him in the will of his father, William O'DANIEL, of Accotink Run, Stafford County, Virginia. James DANIEL moved to Hancock County Georgia after the Revolution. Whether he took an active part in the War of the Revolution or was too old to do so is not known, but that he was one of those who "aided and abetted" the cause of the Americans is an established fact. His name is mentioned in the official records of South Carolina as giving aid to the Americans. He also mentions in his will, signed in 1797, his "three bounties" in Hancock County. James DANIELL's will is in the courthouse in Sparta, Georgia."

We now know James O'DANIEL was born in 1721, one of three sons of William and Frances O'DANIEL of Stafford County, Virginia. In the earliest found mention of James, he and William SCUT were listed as chain carriers on a survey of 300 acres of land for John GLADDIN on 7 June, 1740. James' surname is found as O'DANIEL, DANIEL, DANNELL, and DANIELL in Virginia records. After migrating to Craven County, South Carolina circa 1754, and later to Hancock County, Georgia circa 1790, he is found only as DANIEL or DANIELL. He used DANIELL as the surname for himself and children in his 1797 last will and testament. Many of his descendants have continued to use the DANIELL spelling, some now use DANIEL and DANIELS.

The O'DANIEL family lands were within Truro Parish. "Within this territory were the seats of the Fairfaxes, Washingtons, Masons, McCartys, Fitzhughs, Brents, Alexanders, Lewises, Mercers, Daniels, Carters, Dades, Stuarts, Corbins, Tayloes, Steptoes, Newtons, Browns, Lees, Thorntons, Balls, Smiths, and other leading families too many to mention." ("The History of Truro Parish in Virginia" by Rev. Philip Slaughter with Notes and Addenda by Rev. Edward L. Goodwin. 1907.)

John GLADDIN's survey and resurvey of land for on 3 Sept. 1741 by WARNER with chain carriers William SCUTT & James O'DANIEL and again on 8 Feb 1743 by George BYRN with chain carriers John O'DANIELL and John ANDERSON. The land was described as 300 acres on Accotink Run at the Beaverdam, adjacent to Ravensworth, WATTS and HARRISON, Mr. MASON, Wm O'DANIEL and Michael ASHFORD, Major John FITZHUGH, and John WARNER. Land plants show this 300 acres to be on Accotink at the mouth of and across O'Daniel's Branch from William O'DANIEL's 1724 land grant. (Abstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrents and Surveys 1710-1780, Vol III-IV, p. 109, 110)

On February 8, 1743, James O'DANIEL and his brother, John, were named as chain bearers for a survey of land for his stepfather John GLADDIN on land adjoining that of their deceased father William O'DANIEL (the 400 acres on the west bank of O'Daniels Branch and Accotink Creek), et al, on Accotink Run, Fairfax County, Virginia. John GLADDIN married William's widow, Frances.

The first election for a burgess was held in Fairfax County in July, 1744. Among the freeholders of Fairfax who voted in this election and supported a neighbor, Captain Lawrence WASHINGTON, were William BOWLING, Thomas MOXLEY, James DANIEL [O'DANIEL], William GUNNELL, William GUNNELL, Jr., and Henry GUNNELL. John HURST, who married Catherine O'DANIEL, voted for Captain Lewis ELZEY. During the preceding twenty-five years, these "well-to-do" families had migrated up the Potomac Valley from older Northern Neck settlements and were now living on the Fairfax County streams of Accotink, Sugarland, Difficult Run and Goose Creek. (Fairfax Harrison, Tyler's Quarterly.)

James appears in the records of the Fairfax County Court Order/Minutes from May 1749 to January 1757.

Fairfax Court records abstracts May 17, 1749 show James DANIEL as a plaintiff in a case of trespass, assault and battery against William PAYNE, Jr., and on April 2, 1750 awarded 10.0.0 pounds sterling and costs in the case. Edward WASHINGTON, Frances EMMET, John HUNTER, and Elizabeth BROADWATER were paid as witnesses providing evidence against William PAYNE.

James is listed as a juror in four cases during court proceedings dated 3 April 1750: Carlyle Gent. vs Remy; Carlyle Gent. vs Alexander Gent.; Carlyle Gent. vs Alexander Gent.; and Alexander Gent. vs English, Harland Brewster. In the same year, James sued William PAYNE, Jr. and was himself sued by George JOHNSTON.

In 1752, James was ordered to pay Truro Parish a judgment of 10 shillings; was ordered to give a deposition in another case; and was listed in the inventory and sale of the possessions of Captain George HARRISON, paying £4.18.2 as his balance on Harrison's book.

By 1753, however, life was becoming decidedly more complicated (in Virginia) as British and French rivalry over the Ohio Valley and Virginia's western claims fueled the forthcoming confrontation of the French and Indian War (1755-1763). Likely one of the reasons for numerous families from Virginia moving to South Carolina in the 1750s, but it wasn't much more peaceful there.

The earliest record of James DANIEL being in South Carolina deed may be this: Book O-O, p 697: "10 Jan 1754 L & R - "James (his mark) WESTON, planter, & Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas HOWELL, planter, both of Craven Co., for £ 200 currency, 100 a. on N side Congaree River, bounding SW & NW on vacant land; & on 'old lines' & on Vinson SIMMONS; bounding NE & SE on vacant land; as by grant from Gov. James GLEN in Council Chamber 8 Aug. 1753. Witnesses: James DANIEL, Charles STROTHER, John ALYNCK (MYRICK?). Before Stephen CREEL, J. P. William HOPTON, Register." (South Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1719-1772 Vol. II, 1740-1755, Books V-P-P, p. 335, abstracted by Clara A. Langley)

Less than three months later, James requests a grant of 200 acres for himself, a wife, and two children. Two entries in "Petitions For Land From The South Carolina Council Journals, Vol. 4, 1754-1756" by Brent H. Holcomb record the outcome of his request. The first: Meeting of Tuesday A.M., 2 April, 1754 - The Petition of James DANIEL humbly setting forth: That the Petitioner hath a wife and two Children for whom nor yet for himself has any warrant been granted and being willing to Cultivate and Improve some of his majesty's vacant Land, he prays to lay out 200 acres of Land on Broad River or any of the waters of Santee so that he may have a Grant for the same, Charles Town, the 2d of April, 1754. James DANIEL. The prayer thereof was granted. Twenty-one months later, a second entry shows that James had not fulfilled the requirements to obtain the grant. His legal problems in Fairfax, Virginia in 1755, noted above, may have been partly responsible for this failure, causing him to be absent from South Carolina. James then requested an extension of time to meet the land grant requirements: Meeting of Tuesday A.M. 6 January, 1756 - The Petition of James DANIEL humbly setting forth that he had obtained his Excellency's Warrant dated 2d of April, 1754 for the survey of 200 acres of Land on Broad River or the waters of Santee but through mistake of the Petitioner the time for passing it into a Grant was elapsed as would appear from the Warrant herewith produced, prayed to prolong the said Warrant six months from this Date, and that he might have a Grant for the same. Dated December the 18th, 1755. Ja's DANIEL . The prayere thereof was granted.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213197 Box: 0001 Item: 00288 ignore: 00 Date: 1757/11/04 Description: DANIEL, James, Unrecorded plat for Land Not Granted, 200 Acres near Cedar Creek, Santee River, Surveyed by John HAMELTON. Names Indexed: DANIEL, James/HAMELTON, John/MCDANIEL, Walter/Locations: Santee River/Cedar Creek.

In January, 1755, William PAYNE, Jr. won a suit against James DANIEL, who was required to sell "1 bed & furniture, 1 chest of drawers, 1 writing desk of Daniel's" and render the proceeds to the plaintiff to satisfy the judgment and costs. Payment was 4 pounds, 12 shillings, 2 pence. James' mother, Frances O'DANIEL GLADIN, bequeathed, in her will, dated 7 February 1755, a bed, chest and writing desk to James. This was most likely her effort to replace the items lost as a result of William PAYNE, Jr.'s suit against him. In Frances' will, she names hers sons as "James DANNELL, William DANNELL, and John O'DANNELL. If there was a rift between brothers as thought, the way the sons were named in the will may be indicative of its having begun before 1755.

James DANIEL's plat for 400 acres, in the low grounds of the Congaree River, bounded SW by same, and all other sides vacant was surveyed by John PEARSON on 13 September 1756. The plat is redated for James DANIEL on 5 September 1758 and "Recertified for Jas RANDOLS on 25 December 1758. [View plat at: http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=97236] Note: John PEARSON's granddaughter, Martha Ann COOK, would marry James DANIELL's son, Levi, in 1796.

On March 17, 1757 in Fairfax County, Virginia, James DANIEL was a plaintiff vs John (Sampson lined out) TRAMMELL's executors in chancery court. Ezekial Hickman was called as a witness.

In 1757, the year his mother died, James cut his final ties to Fairfax County when he sold his 100 acres of land bequeathed by his father. "By deed dated August 16, 1757, (Fairfax Liber D, 458) his son James O'DANIEL of the Province of South Carolina Conveys to the Rev. Charles GREEN, of Truro Parish, 100 acres left to him by the last will and testament of his father, William O'DANIEL, being the lower part of a tract of land granted by the Proprietors of the Northern Neck to the said William O'DANIEL by deed dated April 19, 1717, for 300 acres." (Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogy Magazine, Volume I, pages 164-165). Although identified in the indenture of sale as James O'DANIEL, he is named on each of four items completing the sale as "James DANIELL". The sale price of the land was fifteen pounds sterling. Witnesses were Thomas WREN, Peter TURLEY, and Jeremiah HAMPTON. Included with the sale, James signed a bond of thirty pounds with William SCOTT to save Charles GREEN harmless from any claim of dowers of his mother or any wife James may have. This bond proved that James' mother was still alive at the time of the sale. This indenture is the oldest known use of James' surname as DANIELL, not considering his mother's 1755 Will naming him as James DANNELL. Although his name is often found as DANIEL in records of the time, James named himself and members of his family as DANIELL when listing his children in his Bible and in his will of 1797.

As an aside, Rev. Charles GREEN and Margaret his wife later sold James' 100 acres to Bryan FAIRFAX for £25, minus a small meadow to remain in possession of GREEN during his residence on Glebe Land. (Fx. Deeds E:l. 8 June 1761). Bryan FAIRFAX leased to Margaret GREEN, widow of Charles GREEN, for her lifetime, 197 acres between Accotink and Long Branch where Bryan FAIRFAX lately dwelt, purchased from Charles GREEN in 1761 and known as Green Hill. Daniel McCARTY handled the lease and the token rent was 1 peppercorn. (Fx. Deeds G:2~. 14 September 1766)

There is a question about what happened to James O'DANIEL's brother, William. Both James and William are absent from Virginia records after 1757. We believe William O'DANIEL who was in Craven County, South Carolina by 1754 is the brother of James and John of Fairfax County, Virginia. John O'DANIEL's son, William O'DANIEL (DANIEL) who settled in Edgefield County and two of his sons were closely associated with Josiah DANIEL, a son of William O'DANIEL of Kershaw County. James and William migrated to South Carolina about the same time (1754) and received land grants not far from each other. Both James and William conducted legal affairs in Fairfax County, Virginia in 1757, and are absent from Virginia records after that year.

James likely built his home on the 200 acres near Cedar Creek on the Santee River. He begins to buy land also on another Cedar Creek on the Broad, near Little River, accumulating several hundred acres there. This is where he was living according to the 1790 census of Camden District, Fairfield County, South Carolina. This census shows he has in his household an unidentified male under 16, a female (wife, Nancy HARDWICK), and 42 slaves. He also had a 500 acre farm, purchased from Moses KIRKLAND in 1774, which was located on Indian Creek, Clouds Creek, and the Saluda River in Ninety Six District. James appears in some early 1750's property records in the Congaree River area and also had property on the Congaree River which he bequeathed to his son, Jose, in 1798.

James DANIELL and his family were indeed pioneers, attested to by Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County, South Carolina" when he wrote: "In the year 1757 John PEARSON was captain of the company in the Congaree Fork, in which were 125 privates, eight alarm men, with forty slaves, whose duty it was to act as pioneers. The territory represented in this company included the present Richland County. Only a few hundred people were then living in the fork of the Congaree and Wateree." The names of the officers and privates in Captain PEARSON's company have not been preserved. Because James, 36 years old in 1757, was John PEARSON's neighbor, and because James' son, Levi, married John PEARSON's granddaughter, Martha Pearson COOK, it is reasonable to believe James was part of Pearson's company.

The 1750s and 60s, the Upcountry of South Carolina was a dangerous place to take up land. As early as 1753 the Assembly in Charlestown put a huge bounty (100 pounds, later 50 pounds) on the heads of Northern Indians, Senecas, Mohawks, and other Iroquois tribes - who moved up and down the Appalachians raiding both white and Indian settlements.. The native Chickasaw and Cherokee Indians presented numerous problems for the new white settlers as well. Conocautee (Old Hop) and other chiefs of the Cherokee nation signed the Saluda Old Town Treaty July 2, 1755 with Gov. James Glen of South Carolina. According to Historian Roy Vandergrift of Saluda, South Carolina, this treaty ceded a large part of what became Ninety Six District, which included all or large parts of the present day Spartanburg, Cherokee west of the Broad River, Union, Newberry, Laurens, Greenwood, Abbeville, McCormick, Edgefield, Saluda and a small part of Aiken counties. War with the Cherokees broke out in 1758. The Long Canes massacre occurred in 1760. In December 1761, the Cherokees and colonial government in South Carolina signed another treaty, setting the Indian Territory boundary forty miles from the Indian town of Keowee, as proposed by the Cherokees, a straight line from the Savannah River where the Anderson County-Abbeville County line is today up to the Reedy River and thence a straight line northward to Tryon Mountain in North Carolina. This boundary was surveyed in 1766 and is drawn on a map in Meriwether's Expansion of South Carolina, p 212. This treaty led to a large influx of settlers into the Upcountry of South Carolina, more than six years after James and his brother William received their land grants.

The name of James O'DANIEL's first wife is not yet discovered. For James to have the 2 children he claimed on his 2 April 1754 petition for a South Carolina land grant their marriage would have occurred before 1751.
NOTE: James O'DANIEL DID NOT marry Theodosia Congers in Fairfax County, Virginia on October 19, 1755 as Fairfax Harrison wrote in Tyler's Quarterly and he did not have a son, William Scott, by her in 1756. Theodosia CONYERS, daughter of Captain John CONYERS or CONNERS, is proven to be the wife of James ODUNEAL (O'DENEALE/DENEALE) of Fairfax County, Virginia. See N. B. below for details. RLD]

Was James DANIELL's first wife named Ann, Elizabeth, or another? Two items are of interest here:
1. James' Bible is now said to be in the University of Georgia Library, part of an donation by the James BARROW family. But repeated efforts to find the Bible there and in internet lookup requests, library specialists have not been able to locate it. The Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume IV, page 12, presents a transcript of the Bible of James DANIEL said to be in possession of Mrs. D. F. Barrow, Athens. "James DANIEL was the first husband of Mrs. James Barrow, wife of James Barrow of Milledgeville, Ga. BIRTHS: Children of James DANIEL and wife Ann: Jesse DANIEL .....12-2-1754; Sarah DANIEL ......5-4-1756; Jose DANIEL ......12-6-1757; Levi DANIEL ......12-21-1759; Martha DANIEL .. 1-22-1762; Mary DANIEL ......2-20-1765" (Other transcriptions show DANIELL. These children were probably born in South Carolina, but it is possible that Jesse, Sarah, and the two unknown children claimed in April 1754 may have been born in Virginia.)
CAUTION: Before believing "Ann" was the mother of James' children consider that "Ann" may refer to Nancy HARDWICK, the stepmother, born 6 Jan 1758. She was too young to be the mother of these children, but was James's wife as known to the BARROW family of Hancock County, Georgia. However, all known records of Nancy HARDWICK list her as Nancy, not Ann. None of James' known daughters were named Ann or Nancy, but circumstantial evidence suggests that the Ann DANIEL, born 1753, married to Absalom EILAND may be one of the two children James claimed in his 1754 petition for land in South Carolina. The questions remain; "Ann" may be correct.
2. In a MITCHELL Family folder donated to the Archives of Arizona, a section therein on James DANIELL's family a short descendant chart provides that James' wife was named Elizabeth, but no other document yet corroborates this. Followup on this MITCHELL information has not been fruitful. (James' granddaughter, Catherine B. DANIELL, daughter of Levi, married Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL on 4 May 1817 in Hancock County, Georgia.)

The History of Hancock County, Georgia, page 138, also refers to an old Bible "which originally belonged to James DANIELL." It does not name James or Ann but lists James' children: Jesse b. December 2, 1754; Sarah, b. May 4, 1756; Jose, b. December 6, 1757; Levi, b. December 21, 1759; Martha, b. January 22, 1762; Mary, b. February 20, 1765. Who was their mother? When and where did she die?

Between 1779 and 1787 James married Nancy HARDWICK, his second wife and widow, named in his will of 1797. No documentation proves James and Nancy had children. Nancy was born January 6, 1758 and was younger than five of James' children, counting the two claimed in the 1754 petition.
Previously, an abstract from Hancock County Deed Book C, page 223, summarized a 22 November 1798 deed of gift of a Negro girl "Jinny" from Nancy DANIELL to "my son John Daniell..." suggesting that James and Nancy had a son; the abstract is in error.
On 28 December 2008, Alexis Spiritas provided a full transcription of Nancy's 22 November 1798 "Deed of Gift" which shows the gift to be to "James DANIELL, Infant..." NOT to "my son, John DANIELL..." "James DANIELL, Infant" is most likely James Levi, the four year old son of Levi DANIELL, Nancy's stepson.
"To all people to whom these presents shall come. I, Nancy Daniell do send Greetings knowing that the said Nancy Daniell of the State of Georgia and County of Hancock for and in consideration of the Love, good will, and affection which I have and bear towards James Daniell, Infant of the State and County aforesaid, have given and granted and by these Presents do freely give and Grant unto the said James Daniell, his heirs, Executors or administrators a Negro girl named Jinny and her increase. But the condition of the above Deed of Gift is such that it is not my intention for the said James Daniell to be possessed with the above mentioned Negro Jinny nor her increase until my Death. In witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seal this twenty second day of November one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight.
Signed and sealed Nancy Daniell [seal]
In the presence of us
Peter F. Flournoy
Reuben Jones
Personally appeared before me Peter F. Flournoy and being duly sworn saith that he saw Nancy Daniell sign and deliver the above for the use within mentioned and that he saw Reuben Jones sign as a subscribing witness.
Sworn to before me this 28th January 1799
John Wilson JP.
Registered 4th February 1799. Martin Martin Clk."

DISCUSSION: Why did James not have offspring named James, William, Frances, or John, after himself, his father, mother, or brothers? Notice also the six year gap between the birth of Levi and his sister, Mary, and the two "missing" children he claimed in 1754.
It is reasonable to think James had a son named for himself and a daughter named for his wife. James may have had at least nine children, but records do not yet prove who they are. James' petition for land grant in April 1754 in South Carolina, claims that he has a wife and two children, both would be older than the six named in his Bible. (Makes 8.) A grandson, Jesse Daniell AUSTON, son of "Betty AUSTON" is named in his will, but the Bible does not name a daughter Elizabeth or Betty. (Makes 9, unless Betty is a nickname. Martha is the only proven daughter whose family, if any, has not been discovered.) James' widow is known, but she, Nancy HARDWICK, is too young to be the mother of the six children in the Bible. She is named in the LW&T of James' son, Levi, as his step-mother.
In James' LW&T, he names two sons, Jose and Levi, and two sons-in-law, James TAYLOR, husband of Sarah (deceased, not named in the will), and (Dr.) Robert Handrick (HENDRICK), husband of Mary (assumed deceased, not named in the will). Jesse is said to have been killed "by Indians or the British" and Martha is known only from her birth recorded the Bible.
Some descendants of Absalom and Ann EILAND of South Carolina contend that Absalom's wife was Ann DANIEL, born 1753 in either Fairfield County, South Carolina or Johnston County, North Carolina, the daughter of James DANIEL/LL and Ann SANKEY. Absalom is named in South Carolina land records as early as 1770. His father, George EILAND, had a land grant on Nobles Creek (later called Horns Creek) off Stevens Creek in Granville County, later part of Edgefield County by 1771. Some state that Absalom and Ann were married in 1775 in Fairfield County, South Carolina; others say Johnston County, North Carolina. Absalom is named in the "The Jury List of South Carolina, 1778-1779", page 70, for Orangeburg County on the List of Petit Jurors between the north and south forks of the Edisto River. Absolom and family migrated from South Carolina to Greene County (later Hancock and Baldwin counties), and lastly to Jones County, Georgia. Absalom EILAND and wife Ann sold 287 acres of land in Greene County, Georgia to "James DANIELL of Fairfield County, South Carolina" in 1787, witnessed by Levi DANIELL, James' son. About 1791 Absalom and Ann named a son Levi Daniel EILAND. No source records prove our James DANIELL married an Ann SANKEY or that he had a daughter named Ann. However, in 1754, James DANIEL did petition for a grant of 200 acres on the Broad or Santee (Congaree) Rivers for himself, his wife and two children, supporting the contention that James was married before 1750 and had two children younger than those named in his Bible record. Two questions from this: Was an Ann SANKEY the wife claimed in 1754 and mentioned in the D.A.R. record above? Was Ann Daniel EILAND one of those two children? Additionally, EILAND family lore also claims that Nancy, the widow of James DANIELL, who remarried to James BARROW and died in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia on 18 January 1814 was James' first wife, Ann SANKEY, but THIS IS NOT POSSIBLE. Nancy, daughter of William HARDWICK and Kessiah Cynthia PARKER. was the second wife of James DANIELL.

On May 11, 1767, as listed in "Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina 1760-1784" compiled by Caroline Moore:
James DANIEL witnessed the will of Jesse GOODWYN. He appears in the will along with Isaac RAIFORD, Philip PEARSON, and many GOODWYNs. Each of these families were related to James' descendants through the marriages of his children.

On May 18, 1770, James DANIEL is named on a plat of 40 acres surveyed by John CALDWELL for James JOHNSON in Craven County, on the waters of Little River. In addition to James, neighbors are Samuel FORD, Daniel PITTS and Charles PITTS. This plat was reordered to William GILLILAND on 29 September 1772. [SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0016 Page: 00098 Item: 03, view plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=108480]

On 20 March 1771, James DANIEL is named on a plat for 100 Acres surveyed by John CALDWELL for Levi PITTS in Craven County on waters of Little River, Carsons Branch. In addition to James, neighbors are Samuel FORD, Michael CAY, Charles CARSON, and James GRIFFIN. [SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0019 Page: 00193 Item: 01, view plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=112304]

SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0021 Page: 00015 Item: 01 Date: 1771/08/22 Description: DANIEL, James, Plat for 500 Acres on Cedar Creek. Names Indexed: DANIEL, James/WILKINSON, John/SIMMONS, William/PEARSON, Philip/BREMAR, John/ Locations: Cedar Creek/Broad River/Persimmon Branch. [North of Mount Willing, Edgefield District, a Persimmon Creek, branches off Big Creek on the north side of the Little Saluda River, near a Cedar Creek. The Little Saluda empties into the Saluda River above Spring Branch, both tributaries of the Little Saluda River.] [View plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=114620]

29 Feb 1772 Daniel (his mark) HAUBICK, of Berkeley Co., to Henry BROWN, tanner, of Craven Co., for £250 currency, 100a in Saxe-Gotha Township, bounding NE on Santee River; SW & S on vacant land; NW on Christian BRAVANT; granted 20 May 1747 by Gov. James Glen to Christian ZIMMERMAN; being part of 150a formerly surveyed for Jacob Hans STAINER. In 1755 ZIMMERMAN sold the 100a to Christian BRAVANT; who by L & R dated 14 & 15 Dec 1768 sold to HAUBICK. Wit: James DANIEL, William PEARSON. Before Philip PEARSON, J.P. Recd 19 May 1772 by Henry RUGELEY, Register. (http://home.attbi.com/~p.a.miller/genealogy/docs/DanielLand.htm)

SC Archives: Series Number: S111001 Volume: 0012 Page: 00114 Item: 01 Date: 1773/02/22 Description: GILLELAND, William, Memorial for 40 Acres on Little River, Craven County. Names Indexed: GILLELAND, William/FORD, Samuel/JOHNSTON, James/DANIELS, James/PITTS, Daniel/PITTS, Charles. Locations: Craven County/Little River.

SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0014 Page: 00304 Item: 02 Date: 1774/06/22 Description: DANIEL, James, Plat for 500 Acres in Ninety Six District. The plat reads: "Pursuant to a precept from Jno BREMAR, Esq Dy Sur: Gen: to me directed, dated the 17th day of May last, I have surveyed and laid out unto James DANIEL a plantation or tract of Land containing 500 acres situate in Ninety Six District on a small Creek called Indian Creek the waters of Clouds Creek and Saludy river & on the Roads that goes from the Ridge to Ninety Six; Bounding SErd on Robert STARKS Esq's and part on Robert PRINGLE Esq's Lands, NErd on Thomas KIRLAND's Land, N.W.rd on Land the Owner's name not known, and S.W.rd on vacant land: and also enclosed a tract of John DOOLEY's and has such shapes form and marks as the above plat doth represent. Certified for the 22d day of June A. Dom. 1774. Moses KIRKLAND DS" [View the plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=106520. Location: South of Mount Willing and northwest of Batesburg, Edgefield District, Indian Creek, west of Jacob Branch, flows into Clouds Creek, a tributary south of the Little Saluda River. The "Roads" were the new road and the old road from the Ridge to Ninety Six.]

"James DANIELL's plantation on the Saluda River was an investment begun in 1774 in Ninety Six District, probably with the lease and release purchase of 500 acres from Moses KIRKLAND, although the deed is not clear. Until now I had no evidence that he ever lived on it. The Clouds is a creek that empties into the Saluda River about 30 miles west of Columbia. It is now all in Saluda County. I assume that Indian Creek is a small unmarked creek that joins it just before in empties into the Saluda River. This land is flooded today by the damming of the Saluda to form Lake Murray. It is difficult to determine just where this property is on current maps. To be in Ninety Six District and still be close to the homestead, it has to be in eastern Saluda County and flooded by Lake Murray, a lake formed by the damming of the Saluda. The creeks, Indian and Clouds, are not on current maps (now on the "SC Gazetteer" by Delorme)." (Tuck Wilson)

The following references apply to the Saluda plantation:
1774 - Moses KIRKLAND to James DANIELL, Lease and release no location specified;
22 Jun 1774 - James DANIELL Plat for 500 acres on Indian Creek, Clouds Creek, Saluda River in 96 District. 4 Jan 1775 - Robert PRINGLE Memorial 500 acres Clouds Creek 96 District. Names indexed James DANIELL, Robert STORK;
16 Feb 1775 - Memorial for James DANIELL for 500 acres on Indian Creek, Clouds Creek, Saluda River 96 District. neighbors: Robert STARK, Robert PRINGLE, Thomas KIRKLAND, John DOOLEY;
3 May 1775 - Moses KIRKLAND memorial for 500 acres on Clouds Creek, 96 District. Names indexed Arthur WATSON, James DANIELL, Robert STARK, Edward STARK, Edward ROUCH.

SC Archives: Series: S111001 Volume: 0013 Page: 00216 Item: 004 Date: 1/4/1775 Description: PRINGLE, Robert, Memorial for Two Tracts, One for 500 Acres on Clouds Creek, Ninety Six District, and One for 500 Acres on Little Stevens Creek, Ninety Six District. Names indexed: BOUCH [ROUCH], Edward; BUKELOW, Janet; BUKELOW, Richard; DANIEL, James; PRINGLE, Robert; STORK [STARK], Robert; WATSON, Arthur; WATSON, Michael. Locations: Clouds Creek; Little Stevens Creek; Ninety Six District.

SC Archives: Series Number: S111001 Volume: 0002 Page: 00332 Item: 03 Date: 1775/09/07 Description: MUCKINFUSS, Michael, Memorial for Two Tracts of 500 Acres Each on Persimmon Fork, Craven County. Names Indexed: MUCKINFUSS, Michael/DANIEL, James/WILKINSON, John/SIMON, William/Locations: Craven County/Cedar Creek/Persimmon Branch/Cedar Creek/Broad River/Camden District. Type: Memorial. [View plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=114621]

Ninety Six District, South Carolina Journal of the Court of Ordinary Inventory Book 1781-1786, Brent H. HOLCOMB, G.R.S., 1978, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina. "41-2 Will of William GOLDING of South Carolina, Ninety Six District...to my son Reuben GOLDING one tract and plantation that I purchased of James DANIEL, containing 300 acres on Little River adjoining the land I now live on....4 Sep 1777."

On 26 May 1784 James DANIEL received 400A on a warrant for land on Alligator Creek in now Fairfield County, bordering, among others, on William DANIEL's land. The following day William DANIEL exercised a warrant for 210A bordering some of his land and James DANIEL's land. Both may be found in some of the public records, such as those for inquests and other court duties, in the records of Fairfield County, South Carolina. James later bequeathed this tract of land on Alligator Creek to his son-in-law Dr. Robert HANDRICK, husband of his daughter Mary. This William DANIEL is most likely James' nephew, the husband of Lucretia BELL and son of John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0004 Page: 00360 Item: 00 Date: 1784/05/26 Description: DANIEL, James, Plat for 400 Acres on Aligator [sic] Creek, Camden District, Surveyed by Minor WINN. Names Indexed: DANIEL, James/WINN, Minor/ELLISON, Robert/DANIEL, William/ANDREW, John/WADKINS, John/Locations: Camden District/Alligator Creek.
In 1790, this notice of sale of lands for failure to pay "Purchafe Money into the Treasury" was among numerous others published:
14. Daniel James, 400 acres,fituate on alligator Creek, in the district of Camden, bounding North-Eaft on John Anderfon's land, South-Eaft on John Watkins land, and John Martin's land, South-Weft on Robert Ellifon's land, and North-Weft on William Daniel's land. [The State Gazette of South-Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, Thursday, January 7, 1790. Page 4]

"Deed Book 16, Edgefield, SC: "James DANIEL of Fairfield County, planter, to Wats (Watts) MAN (MANN). L&R, 9/10 may 1787, L200 old SC Currency, 150 acres on a branch of Clouds Creek of Little Saluda River granted 16 Jan 1761 by Lt Gov Wm BULL unto Linerd SUMMOTT (?) 150 acres, by Linerd SUMMOTT to Moses KIRKLAND and sd KIRKLAN to JAMES DANIEL. Wit: Wm DANIEL, John MAY, John DANIEL. /s/ James DANIEL. Proven 25 October 1798 by John DANIEL; Russell WILSON, J. P.. Rec 8 Jan 1799" [Record posted by Audrey Pool, 4 July 2004, http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SC-Genealogy/2004-07/1089000655]

In 1790 James DANIEL witnessed a deed for WATSON on Cloud's Creek. ""Pp. 20-24. 23 Jul 1790: Arthur WATSON to Thomas FORTNER, both of Edgefield Co, SC for 10 pounds, sold 157 acres on Peters Creek of Cloud Creek adj. No JAMES DANIELS; SE Robert PRINGLES; due W Robert STARK; Arthur MIDDLETON & NE Thomas WATERS. /S/ Arthur WATSON. Wit: Abner WATSON, Arthur Rice WATSON, John FORTNER, who swore by oath 13 Oct 1790 before Arthur SIMKINS, J. P. . (no date)." [Record posted by Audrey Pool, 4 July 2004, http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SC-Genealogy/2004-07/1089000655] James was an adjacent landowner to WATSON and PRINGLE on Cloud's Creek in 1786. (Tuck Wilson)

On page 13 of "Camden District, S. C. Wills and Administrations, 1781-1787" by Holcomb and Parker, three men, James DANIEL, William DANIEL, and Lewis POPE, are listed as appraisers of the estate of Elizabeth CHAPELL (apt 15, pkg 476). Her will was proved 27 Oct 1782. Purchasers at the sale of property include both William DANIEL and John COOK. This record showing James and William DANIEL together may the only document yet found that does. This William DANIEL is likely William O'DANIEL/DANIEL (1720?-1796), James' brother, but may be his nephew William, husband of Lucretia BELL. Both the POPE and COOK families were associated through marriages with James DANIELL's family. William was later of Kershaw County, and James of Fairfield and Richland County, South Carolina. William, James' nephew, was of Edgefield County.

SC Archives: Series Number: S108092 Reel: 0030 Frame: 00217 ignore: 00 Date: 1776 C. or later Description: DANIEL, James, Account Audited (File No. 1720) of Claims Growing Out of the American Revolution. Names Indexed: DANIEL, James.

Revolutionary War service dates: "DANIEL, James. Provisions recd. by [Col.]Thomas TAYLOR*" [History of Richland County South Carolina, Green, p. 94.] [*Col. Thomas TAYLOR was a brother-in-law of James DANIEL's daughter Sarah who married Capt, James TAYLOR.]

In a letter, dated October 27, 1927, to Mrs. Louisa Floyd Wilson of Macon, Georgia from the South Carolina Historical Commission, Mr. A. S. Salley, Jr. states that there is a record of pay to James DANIELL for supplies furnished to the Continental Army. "In the volume marked on the enclosed list of publications of this Commission you will find a record of pay issued to James DANIEL for supplies furnished during the Revolutionary War. Women are joining the Society on these records of supplies furnished. As a general rule, where there is a record of pay issued for supplies furnished by a certain man and no record of pay issued to him for services, it is an indication that he was above militia age (45)." From Book Q, No. 444 - "Issued to Mr. James DANIELL for three hundred thirty-eight pounds, sixteen shillings, eleven pence and half penny sterling, for sundries for Continental and Militia use and 790 bushels of corn for state troops as per accounts audited. Principal - £338-16-11½, Annual Interest £23-13-4." In addition, there is an audited account on microfilm at the South Carolina Dept. of Archives and History (series #S108092, Reel 0030, Frame 00217) of other supplies furnished to the Continental Army, 772 lbs. wheat flour and 15 bushels of oats. There is a Militia Captain, James DANIELS, listed in Bobby Gilmer Moss' "Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution" on page 231. Most likely, this is not James DANIELL who, at age 55 in 1776, was above militia age. (Tuck Wilson)

The Daughters of the American Revolution files list "DANIELS JAMES" Ancestor A029615 recording Service: South Carolina; Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE; Birth (Circa) 1741 Virginia; Death 1798 Hancock Co Georgia; Service Description: 1) FURNISHED SUPPLIES.
The DAR Patriot Lookup Service provides:
DAR Patriot Lookup: Reference Code RPGTJTK
DANIELS, James
Birth: VA Circa 1741 [Now known to be 1821. RLD]
Service: SC
Rank: PS
Death: GA 1798
Patriot Pensioned: No; Widow Pensioned: No; Children Pensioned: No; Heirs Pensioned: No; Spouse: (2) Nancy X Spouse: X
I believe this is the one you are looking for. Good Luck Sue Graham
On 6 September 1784, James Daniel is listed on a plat for 191 acres for Robert LYELE [sic] on the Congaree River in Camden District. Others indexed, likely James' neighbors, are Henry BROWN, John GEE, Jacob GEIGER, John HOPKINS, John George KAPPY, Drury WYCHE, and Philip PEARSON, the surveyor. [SC Archives:Series: S213190 Volume: 0009 Page: 00132Item: 002]

A "Daniel, James" is on "The Harvey List" (Georgia's roster of the Revolution, Lucian Lamar Knight, Atlanta, Ga., Index Print. Co., 1920, p. 411, also page 412)

"Soldiers And Patriots Of Georgia" lists "DANIELS, James [PS PS SC]1741 VA 1798 GA Nancy ?" and refers to James DANIELL who died in Hancock County before 5 March 1798; however, James was born in 1721, determined from his age at death, 77, in 1798. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/topic/military/argeorgia/pat_sol.htm)
In James DANIELL's Will, he twice refers to "three bounties." Identifying them is problematic. The "Index to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia 1756-1909" by Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., lists the following, several of which may be James' bounties:
James DANIELY Washington County Grant Book GGG, p. 113, 287.5 acres 1785
James DANIELY Washington County Grant Book GGG, p. 58.72 575 acres 1785
James DANIELY Washington County Grant Book GGG, p. 446 575 acres 1785
James DANIEL Washington County Grant Book LLL p. 250 200 acres 1786
James DANIELLY Washington County Grant Book OOO p. 187 287.5 acres 1787
[James DANIELLY, Book OOO, is part of the DANLEY line according to Lois Danley of Panama City, Florida.] Hancock County was created from parts of Greene and Washington Counties in 1793. James' properties were then in Hancock County, Georgia. He had acquired several tracts of land in Hancock, bequeathed in his Will.

Other possible lands:
"DANNELLY, James. 287 1/2 acres, Washington Co., bounded S. vacant and Oconee river, other sides vacant, survey 137, Aug 16, 1784. Warrent 137, p. 47." (Georgia's roster of the Revolution, Lucian Lamar Knight, Atlanta, Ga., Index Print. Co., 1920, p. 230)
"DANNELLY, James. 287 ½ acres, Washington Co., bounded N. vacant, E. Benj. LOCKHART, S. Oconee river, W. Wm. FRANKLIN, survey 136. Aug. 16, 1784. Warrant 137, p. 47."
"DANIELLY, James. 287 ½ acres, Washington Co., bounded N. GRANTEE, E. & S. vacant, W. surveyed, lot 1050. Warrant 971. Jan. 3, 1785. P. 341."
"LOCKHART, Benj." 287 ½ acres, Washington Co., bounded S. vacant and Oconee river, other sides vacant, survey 137. Aug 16, 1784. Warrant 1653, p. 47."
"DANELLY, James. 575 acres, Washington Co., bounded W. Chestly DAVIS, N. Altamaha river, othersides vacant, survey 737. June 25, 1784, p. 354." (Georgia's roster of the Revolution, Lucian Lamar Knight, Atlanta, Ga., Index Print. Co., 1920, p. 280

The earliest record found of James DANIELL buying property in Georgia comes from abstracts of Greene County, Georgia records: 16 Jan 1787 deed to James DANIEL of Fairfield County, South Carolina land in Washington County. Less than four months later, on 2 May 1787 a deed recorded in Greene County, Georgia, Deed Book 1, p. 34, shows that Absolom EILAND and his wife Ann of Washington County sold 287 and one half acres "on waters of Rocky and Island Creek in Green County" to "James DANIELL of Fairfield County, South Carolina". The land was "bounded S by John PERKINS, N by John RAGAN's and John EILAND and on all other sides vacant, granted the said John SAPP 13 Oct 1785". The land was sold "in consideration of three negroes". This latter deed was witnessed by James' son Levi DANIELL and George HARDWICK, James' brother-in-law. This Greene County record may be for this property: "1789 Tax Rolls Georgia Greene DANIEL, James GREENE GILBERT 1789 29." The tract was a bounty land grant to Absolom EILAND :"EILAND, ABSOLEM. 287 1/2 acres, Washington Co., bounded E. Wright, other sides vacant, survey 218. June 28, 1785, p. 112." (Georgia's Roster of the Revolution, Lucian Lamar Knight, LL. D., F. R. S., Index Printing Co., 1920)

"Deed Book 16, Edgefield, SC: "James DANIEL of Fairfield County, planter, to Wats (Watts) MAN (MANN). L&R, 9/10 May 1787, L200 old SC Currency, 150 acres on a branch of Clouds Creek of Little Saluda River granted 16 Jan 1761 by Lt Gov Wm BULL unto Linerd SUMMOTT (?) 150 acres, by Linerd SUMMOTT to Moses KIRKLAND and sd KIRKLAN to JAMES DANIEL. Wit: Wm DANIEL, John MAY, John DANIEL. /s/ James DANIEL. Proven 25 October 1798 by John DANIEL; Russell WILSON, J. P.. Rec 8 Jan 1799" [John DANIEL, witness, is likely John "Jack" DANIEL, son of James' nephew, William DANIEL of Edgefield County, South Carolina. "Jack" later married Martha Pearson COOK, the widow of James' son Levi DANIELL. John MAY is most likely the husband of Frances O'DANIEL, James' niece, a daughter of John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia, and sister of William (O')DANIEL of Fairfied and later of Edgefield, South Carolina. RLD]

SC Archives: Series: S213190 Volume: 0027 Page: 00169 Item: 002 Date: 1/28/1790 Description: WATSON, Atrher [sic], Plat for 157 Acres on Peters Creek, Ninety Six District Surveyed by Willim WRIGHT. Names indexed: DANIELS, James; MIDDLETON, Arther; PRINGLE, Robert; STARK, Robert; WATERS, Thomas; WATSON, Arther; WRIGHT, William. Locations: Clouds Creek; Ninety Six District, Peters Creek; Saluda River.
Co-location of names and neighbors:
SC Archives: Series: S213190 Volume: 0032 Page: 00553 Item: 001Date: 2/1/1796 Description: DANIEL, John, Plat for 500 Acres on Mine and Dry Creeks, Edgefield County, Ninety Six District. Surveyed by William DANIEL. Names indexed: DANIEL, John; DANIEL, William; MELLON, Benjamin; SHURLEY, Absalom; WATSON, Authur; WINSER. Locations: Dry Creek, Edgefield County; Little Saluda River; Mine Creek; Ninety Six District. [Just north of Indian Creek and Peters Creek off of Clouds Creek.

The Reconstructed 1790 Census of Greene County, GA. from the 1789 Tax Lists contains these DANIELL names: Charles DANIELL, Eustace DANIELL , James DANIELL, Thomas DANIELL, and William DANIELL; and the Reconstructed 1790 Census of Greene County, GA. Deed Book #1, 1786-1790 shows: Grantors: James DANIELL, William DANIELL, Mary DANIELL. Grantees: Thomas DANIELL. Witnesses and Owners of Adjoining Land: Edmund DANIELL, Levi DANIELL, William DANIELL. (Posted to Rootsweb DANIEL-L by Jack V. Butler, November 10, 2002, Subject: Re: [DANIEL-L] Augusta Chronicle) James DANIELL and his son Levi, because of the above deed from Absalom EILAND, appear to be two of the names. Charles, Eustace, Thomas, and William DANIELL named here are not known to be part of James and Levi DANIELL's family. This interesting collection of names contains four who may all be part of the James DANIELL family from Richland and Fairfield counties, South Carolina. James' children include Levi DANIELL, known to own land there, and Mary DANIELL who in 1795 married Robert HENDRICK in Columbia. William DANIEL(LL?), RS-SC, of Edgefield, South Carolina was James' nephew, and may have had RW bounty land adjacent his Uncle James and cousin Levi. The comments on William and Mary DANIELL are speculative.

In 1790 James DANIEL witnessed a South Carolina deed for Arthur WATSON on Cloud's Creek. ""Pp. 20-24. 23 Jul 1790: Arthur WATSON to Thomas FORTNER, both of Edgefield Co, SC for 10 pounds, sold 157 acres on Peters Creek of Cloud Creek adj. No JAMES DANIELS; SE Robert PRINGLES; due W Robert STARK; Arthur MIDDLETON & NE Thomas WATERS. /S/ Arthur WATSON. Wit: Abner WATSON, Arthur Rice WATSON, John FORTNER, who swore by oath 13 Oct 1790 before Arthur SIMKINS, J. P. . (no date)." James was an adjacent landowner to WATSON and PRINGLE on Cloud's Creek in 1786. (Tuck Wilson)

The 1790 census of Fairfield County, South Carolina, was not completed until as late as 1793. It lists James DANIEL with one male over 16, himself, one male under 16, not identified*, wife Nancy, and 42 slaves. [Series: M637 Roll: 11 Page: 149]
*James is not known to have had a son born later than 1769. James O'DANIEL, James' grandnephew and grandsonson of his brother John in Fairfax County, Virginia, is known to have been in South Carolina sometime before 1800. Because several of John's children also moved to South Carolina to be with their Uncle James, this may be John's grandson,
James nephew. William DANIEL, son of John of Fairfax, is listed seven names from his uncle.
Samuel ALSTON, 1 2 1 . 7, lives next door to William DANIEL. QUESTION: Is this possibly the family of James DANIELL's daughter Betty named as "Betty Daniell Auston" in his LW&T in 1797, Hancock County, Georgia?
Wm AUSTEN, 1 2 6 . 5. is 14 names from James, another possible family associated with Betty DANIELL.

James moved his family to Island Creek in Hancock County, Georgia after 1790. He kept a home near Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, later bequeathing it to his son, Jose DANIELL as well as various other plantations or tracts in South Carolina.

On 6 September 1791, James DANIEL is named on a plat for 430 acres on branches of Clouds Creek, Little Saluda River, 96 District. sold to Benjamin ARRINGTON, originally surveyed by William WRIGHT for Thomas KIRKLIN [KIRKLAND]. In addition to James listed are John HITSON, James NUMAN, and Arthur WATSON. [SC Archives: Series: S213190, Volume: 0027 Page: 00296 Item: 001]

SCMAR, Vol. XVI, Summer 1988, No. 3, p.170: Page 188 - 27 July 1792 - James HARDAGE of Fairfield Co., deed of gift (at his death) of a negro boy named Elish and a parcel of land on Dutchmans Creek joining POWER's (?) land and the fork of said creek, mentions the original plat. [Name of recipient omitted] Wit: James DANIEL. 31 May 1793 James DANIEL proved the deed of gift from James HARDAGE to William HARDAGE before S. W. YONGUE, J.P. "Memorialized 1st June 1793." [HARDAGE is another spelling of HARDWICK. James was married to William's daughter Nancy.]

An October 30, 1794 deed record for Benjamin BRASWELL shows the sale of 100 acres of land in Hancock County, located on Rocky Creek, adjacent Stephen JOHNSON, Mary PARKER, and James DANIELS. Another deed to Philip COOK on July 4, 1794 for 287.5 acres on Rocky Creek also names John COOK, Sr. and John COOK, Jr., all part of the family of Martha Pearson COOK who later married Levi DANIELL, James' son who also came to Hancock County from South Carolina.

The 1794 Tax Roll for Hancock County, Georgia, page 52, lists James DANIEL, 47 slaves, 862 1/2 acres on Island Creek, tax paid $17.07, and 300 acres at Oconey Swamp in Washington County tax paid $3.55 and a quarter cent. Levi was listed beside his father, one slave, no land and taxed 62 and 1/2 cents. Separately, Levi is named on page 69, with 169 acres adjoining John RAGAN on Island creek. His tax was 1 pound, 18 shillings, 4 pence. Ten years earlier this creek was listed as EILAND creek.

James and Nancy are named on the roster of the Island Creek Baptist Church as James DANIELL, member number 17, and Nancy DANIELL, member number 18. Listed on the same page are William DISMUKE, member number 29, Finney DISMUKE, member number 30, and Martha DISMUKE, member number 31. (Island Creek Baptist Church, Reel 303, Tarver Libary, Mercer University, Macon, Georgia; page copy received from Jerry McGinty.)

James died before 5 May 1798 when his Will was proven. His grave site cannot be visited. According to story, this land was purchased by an individual who, in the 1930's or 1940's, bulldozed everything, including the graves. The Cemeteries of Hancock County website lists the "James Daniel Gravesite" and indicates one burial there:
Description: All info from Kimbrough's list.
Location: Not found. Directions from Kimbrough list are: "On Tallolah West's place in the Island Creek vicinity." GMD: 104 Cemetery Status: Inactive
Predominant race: White
Indexer(s) or Contributor(s): Kimbrough list
1 Mr. James Daniel 1798 Age 77.
In the directions, Kimbrough says he is James Daniel, Sr. All info per Kimbrough list. Not found in 2003.
(Friends of Hancock County Cemeteries, http://www.friendsofcems.org/Hancock/default.htm)
Susan Herrington, from Friends of Hancock County, Georgia Cemeteries, replying to a question about any additional information on Kimbrough's list, wrote: "Information about the gravesite comes from a cemetery listing done by Effie Kimbrough as part of a WPA project. In November 1942 when making what she called an "index" (actually a table of contents) to the cemetery listing, Lora West (who may or may not be related to Tallulah West) called the cemetery, #18. Daniell (with 2 l's) p.6. Whether she had seen the cemetery or had other personal knowledge concerning the family is unknown."
The same book lists of members of Island Creek Baptist Church, including James and Nancy DANIELL. Received by baptism before 1806. Remarks by James entry: Dismissed by death.
Nancy: Dismissed 5-31-1806 by Letter.

The Last Will and Testament of James DANIELL is recorded in Hancock County Will Book A, starting on page 284. This transcript is as read by Robert Louis Daniell from photocopies of the original provided by David Leon "Tuck" Wilson III and Teresa Lee Griffis. To the extent possible, original spellings were kept. Dashed lines were used to finish lines to the edge of the paper. Surname capitalization was added.
"In the name of God amen, I, James DANIELL of the state of Georgia and the county of Hancock, being weak in body but of perfect sound mind and memory and knowing the mortality of my body and that it is appointed of God for all men once to die and Come to Judgment, do make and ordain this My last will and testament. And as I hope to die in the Christian faith and be buried in a Christian Like manner, there needs no further preamble. And to what worldly Goods it hath been pleased God to endow me with I give devise And bequeath in the manner and form following - and first and Principally it is my desire that all my Just debts be paid without trouble or suits of law. - - - - - - - - - - - -
Item. I give and bequeath unto my son in law James TAYLOR three Negroes, (Viz) Jack, Hannah, and Jane to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath unto the heirs of my daughter Sarah and James TAYLOR five negroes, viz, Hollon, Jubiter, Abram, Solomon and Prince to them and their heirs forever. - - - - - - -
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Jose DANIELL three hundred Acres of land lying on the Congaree River and 400 Acres at a place called The Ridge and ten Negro slaves, viz, Buchrage And his wife Magga and their three Children; also a negro man named Sippia and Judy his wife and their Children Sarah, Stepney, and Long Tom and Shaba Also one feather bed to him and his heirs forever. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Levy DANIELL twenty five Negro slaves (Viz) Toby, Sampson, Simon, July, Cato, Flory, Hannah, John, Mary, David, Will, Rose, Elick, Seller, Moses, Joe, Dan, Jack, Milly, March, Sinthy, Vamer, Old Tom, dino? Harriatt, and two feather beds furniture. Also one half of the Tract of Land I now live on the whole of which contains three bounties. Also, I lend him the use of half of a tract of land lying on the Oconey River in Washington County During the time of Eighteen years. - - -
Item. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved Wife Nancy DANIELL four Negro slaves, viz, Linder, Cary, Little Rachell, and Nancy, two feather beds and furniture and all my household furniture to her and her heirs forever. I also give her one note of hand of James TAYLOR of two hundred and forty one Pounds Sterling - I lend my wife twenty-one Negro slaves, viz, Tom the weaver, Hecter, Biner, George, Fillaner, Sanco, Peter, Rose, Pompey, Silvy, Acre, Driver, Rachell, Meriah, Hester, Cate, Dover, Charlotte, Zouer, Daphney, Harry. I also lend her one half of The Three Bounties of Land I now live on together with my Dwelling House and plantation also one half of My stock of Every kind. I likewise lend her one half of my Tract of Land on the Oconey River in Washington County during her natural life.
Item. I give and bequeath unto William HARDAGE one Negro man Dimbo.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son in law Robert HANDRICK one Tract of Land on Alligator Creek which land he has my titles for. Also fifty Acres of land on Broad River to him and his heirs forever. - - - - - - - - - -
Item. I give and bequeath to my grandaughter Patsy HANDRICK three Negroes, viz, Joe, Rukker, and Fillis. I also give her one half of the Negroes that I have lent to My Wife after the death of My Wife to her and her Heirs forever. - -
Item. I give and bequeath to my grandson Jesse Daniell AUSTON son of Betty AUSTON, when he Comes of age, the Land Lying on the Oconey that I lent to my son Levi DANIELL. I also give him one half of the Negroes I have Lent my wife after the death of My Wife Nancy DANIELL. Now My Will is that if Either of my two grand children Patsey HANDRICK or Jesse Daniell AUSTON should die without a Lawfull heir of their bodies that the other Should heir it's Estate - - - - - - - -
Item. I Give and bequeath unto my son Levi DANIELL after the Death of My Wife the ballance of the three bounties Whereon I now live and that half of the stock that I lent my Wife during her life - - - - - -
Item. I Give and bequeath unto my grandson Jesse Daniell AUSTON after the death of My Wife the other half of The tract of Land lying on the Oconey River - My Will further is that if Either of My two sons Jose DANIELL or Levi DANIELL should die without a lawfull heir of their body that their Estate shall go to the other and I do hereby utterly avow and disannull all other of My Wills and Testaments and for the prosecution thereof. I do appoint, impower and Authorise Levi DANIELL Jose DANIELL and William HARDWICK Junr. Executors For This my last Will and Testament in Witness whereof I do hereby set my hand and Seal This Eleventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety seven - - - - - - -
James DANIELL seal
Signed Sealed in the presence of us
Wm. BIGGINS Wm. JONES James H. JONES"
James' will was proven March 5, 1798 by testemony of the three witnesses. Pages 287-289: Inventory & appraisement of est. of James DANIELL, April 2, 3, & 4, 1798.

Accounts of James DANIELL, late of Hancock Co. dec'd Inventory and appraisal of part of the Estate as shown to us by Levi DANIEL and Wm. HARDWICK Exors. Total 254.20. James DANIELL's estate records (Hancock Will book AA, page 36-39) indicate he raised, among other things indigo. He also had book accounts of people owing him small amounts of money, indicating he might have had a store. There was also a note in hand on his son-in-law, James TAYLOR for 1036.94. His wife Nancy and son Levi inherited these notes, which became complicated when Levi and Jose died shortly afterward. Jose DANIELL's estate must have owed money to James TAYLOR for in 1801, James TAYLOR (a son-in-law of James DANIELL) and Robert HOWELL, adm. of Jose DANIELL's estate, hired Robert HENDRICK (a son-in-law of James DANIELL) to sue the estate of Levi DANIELL to recover that part of James DANIELL's estate that was now part of Levi DANIELL's estate that rightfully belonged to Jose DANIELL's estate. See Hancock county Deed Book D, page 543. (Tuck Wilson)

When Levi DANIELL died in 1800, that left William HARDWICK, Jr., as the sole executor of James' estate. His Executorship was unsuccessfully challenged in 1816 by John DANIEL, second husband of Martha Pearson COOK, Levi's widow, and guardian of Levi's three children. In 1824, it was again challenged, this time successfully, by James L. DANIELL, Levi's only son.

After James' death, Nancy married James BARROW, who had served in the North Carolina Continental Army, and moved to Milledgeville, Georgia. James BARROW had no children by Nancy DANIELL, who was 44 years old when they married. After Nancy died in Milledgeville in 1814, James BARROW married Patience CRENSHAW, and had two children by her. His daughter, Patience BARROW married William McKINLEY. James BARROW died in 1828 in Baldwin County, Georgia. Apparently, Nancy DANIELL had kept James' Bible. It later came into the possession of Mrs. D. F. BARROW of Athens, Georgia and is said to have been donated to the University of Georgia as part of the BARROW family collection. In January 2006, efforts to locate James' Bible in the Hargrett Library of the University of Georgia were unsuccessful.

Strange but true: Beth Mitchell in her book Beginning at a White Oak... states that Accotinck Creek, James O'DANIEL's boyhood waterway in Virginia, was also called "Island Creek." James later lived and died on "Island Creek" in Hancock County, Georgia.

(Compiled from research by David Leon "Tuck" Wilson III, Teresa Griffis, and Robert Louis Daniell.)

N.B.: James O'DANIEL did not marry Theodosian CONGERS. James DENEALE (ODUNEAL) married Theodosia CONYERS.

In TYLER 'S QUARTERLY HISTORICAL and GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINE:, Volume 1, page 165, Fairfax Harrison wrote: "It seems probable that this James O'DANIEL is the James DANIEL who voted at the Fairfax ( Co. , Virginia ) election in 1744, and who, before he migrated to South Carolina , married, October 19, 1755, Theodosian CONGERS, and in the following year had a son, William Scott O'DANIEL." Harrison cites Boogher's Overwharton Parish Register (1899), 136, as a reference. The marriage date, October 19, 1755 , and the birth date of William Scott O'DANIEL, August 10, 1756 conflict with birth dates for the first three of the children listed in James O'DANIEL's Bible. Marriages of Some Virginia Residents 1607 - 1800, Series I, Volume 5, page 126, by Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, also lists the marriage of James O'DANIEL to Theodosian CONGERS, October 19, 1755 , citing Tyler's as the source. However, on the same page of Wulfeck's work, immediately above the O'DANIEL name are two other marriages, under the name "O'DUNEAL", " Elizabeth m. William THORNBERRY" (undated) and "James m. 19 Oct., 1755, Theodosian CONGERS. OPR.", indicating Overwharton Parish Register.

The Register of Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co., Virginia 1723-1758 and Sundry Historical and Genealogical Notes, compiled and published by George Harrison Sanford King, Fellow, American Society of Genealogists, Fredericksburg, Virginia, dated 1961, contains these entries:
"Married: CONYERS, Sarah Pattison alias, and Thomas HAMPTON, June 1, 1749";
"Married: CONYERS, Anne Holland and Edward PAYNE, February 27, 1750";
"Married: CONYERS, Theodosia and James ODUNEAL, October 19, 1755."

Additional research found the DENEALE/DENEAL family in Stafford County, Virginia during the same period as the O'DANIEL family. Beginning at a White Oak... by Beth Mitchell 1977, page 278, number 54, indicates that Theodosia inherited 300 acres of land on Popeshead Creek from her father, "married James DENEAL. DENEAL, or DENEALE, found surplus of 252 acres and received a Northern Neck grant for 552 acres (NN I:210)". This grant basically combined Theodosia's 300 acres with the surplus found by James. It was bounded by land of Edward PAYNE, Lewis ELLSEY, Thomas FORD, William KINCHELOE, and Joseph POLLARD. As coincidence would have it, the name G. DENEALE appears as "Test G DENEALE", after entries on motions by Nancy O'DANIEL, Administrix of the will of James' brother, John O'DANIEL in 1801. (Ann "Nancy" O'DANIEL was the daughter of John McINTOUSH. "G. DENEALE" was the brother of James DENEALE who married Theodosia CONYERS, and was the First Clerk of Fairfax County at this time and recorded the motions mentioned.)

Two documents, graciously provided by Don DENEAL of St. Louis, Missouri, are key to proving that James O'DANIEL did not marry Theodosia CONGERS/CONYERS. They are copies of the original Northern Neck Grant I:210 to James DENEAL of Fairfax County, (Virginia) 552 acres on 1 July 1772, and the will of James C. DENEALE, dated the twentieth day of July 1805.

In part, the NN Grant reads: "The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron of Cameron in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland Proprietor of the Northern Neck of Virginia....Whereas James DENEAL of Fairfax County....& that the said David WAUGH conveyed the same to Capt Henry CONNER who by his last Will & Testament....to his Daughter Ann HOLLAND & the residue more or less to his Daughter Theodosia who marrying the said James DENEAL the Property of the said Residue is hereby vested in him....Given at my Office in Frederick County under my Hand & Seal Dated this First Day of July 1772. Fairfax ts: Tho. ___ Martan(?)" This grant documents both that Theodosian CONGERS was indeed Theodosia CONYERS, the daughter of Captain Henry CONYERS(CONNER) of Stafford County, and verifies her marriage to James DENEAL. Additional research proved that Theodosia was his fourth daughter, and third child by his second wife, Jennette PATTERSON(PATTISON).

The Last Will and Testament of James C. DENEALE reads in part, "In the name of God, I James C. DENEALE in the County of Fairfax, State of Virginia....to my beloved wife Priscilla DENEALE the tract of land....to my son William, two hundred acres of land in the State of Kentucky in Wilson and Washington counties....I give to my daughter Theodosia DENEALE the following....I hereby set my hand this twentieth day of July 1805....(sd) James C. DENEALE Witnesses John TYLER John WRENN". This son, William DENEALE, has been found to be William Scott DENEALE, erroneously named as William Scott O'DANIEL, the son of Theodosia CONGERS and James O'DANIEL in Tyler's Quarterly. The reference to his daughter Theodosia shows that she was most likely the daughter of James DENEALE and Theodosia CONYERS, and named after his wife. James had married Priscilla after Theodosia had passed away. The given name Theodosia is not found in the O'DANIEL family.

On April 2, 1754, James (O'DANIEL) DANIELL was in South Carolina, married with two children, when he petitioned for 200 acres of land on the Broad or Santee (Congaree) Rivers as recorded in Petitions for Land From the South Carolina Council Journals, Brent Holcomb, Volume IV, page 48. This fact alone should separate him from any controversy concerning the marriage to Theodosia.

In 1772, when James DENEAL was receiving his Northern Neck land grant, James (O'DANIEL) DANIELL was established in Camden District, South Carolina, raising his family, and increasing his land holdings; he died in 1798 in Hancock County, Georgia, will dated 1797, married to Nancy HARDWICK at the time of his death.

It seems certain that the orthography of O'DUNEAL (DENEALE) and O'DANIEL had been confused. In fact, the DENEALE surname, other than as listed in The Register of Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co., Virginia 1723-1758 and Sundry Historical and Genealogical Notes, has not been found as "O'DENEALE" according to contributor, Don DENEAL. James DENEALE died after 1825 in Fairfax County, Virginia. James O'DANIEL died in 1798 in Hancock County, Georgia. The DENEALE family does not appear to be related to the O'DANIEL family, but were contemporaries in Stafford, later, Prince William, and Fairfax Counties. In more recent findings, James O'DANIEL's nephew, James GUNNELL, a son of Henry GUNNELL and Catherine O'DANIEL married Ann DENEALE, the daughter of James DENEALE and Theodosia CONYERS. Another nephew, Stephen DANIEL, son of John O'DANIEL, married Anne Wise RATCLIFFE, a niece of Ann "Nancy" BOWLING WISE who was wrongly said to be the second wife of James' brother, John O'DANIEL. (Addressed in John's General Notes.)

Considering all of the above, the reported marriage of James O'DANIEL to Theodosia CONGERS/CONYERS/CONNER did not happen.

Fairfax HARRISON contributed the section entitled "A GROUP OF NORTHERN NECK FAMILIES" printed in TYLER'S QUARTERLY HISTORICAL and GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINE, VOLUME I., Editor: LYON G. TYLER, M. A., LL. D., RICHMOND, VA. 1920. Fairfax married Hester "Hetty" CARY, a daughter of John Brune CARY and Frances Eugenia DANIEL, and a third great-granddaughter of William O'DANIEL of Stafford County, Virginia, from the line of his son John. With the exceptions of the marriage of James O'DANIEL to Theodosian CONGERS and the second marriage of John O'DANIEL to Ann BOWLING, Fiarfax Harrison's information has proven to be correct concerning the DANIEL (O'DANIEL) family.

Robert Louis Daniell, 4th Great-grandson of James DANIELL, nee O'DANIEL. 892


General Notes: Wife - Nancy HARDWICK

Nancy HARDWICK was born 6 Jan 1758, the date recorded in both the Bible of her father, William HARDWICK, and her second husband, James BARROW. Her parents were William Garland HARDWICK and Keziah Cynthia PARKER. Nancy was named for a deceased sister, Nancy, born 4 April 1755.

The Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume IV, page 12, presents a transcript of the Bible of James DANIEL said to be in possession of Mrs. D. F. Barrow, Athens. "James DANIEL was the first husband of Mrs. James Barrow, wife of James Barrow of Milledgeville, Ga...." However, some researchers say Nancy HARDWICK first married a TAYLOR and that their daughter, Nancy Hardwick TAYLOR, was born 22 Aug 1779. An undocumented World Connect source dates the marriage about 1778. The below deed of gift from Union County, South Carolina is cited as proof of the marriage. In the deed, Garland HARDWICK names "my loving Nancy Hardwick TAYLOR" and his sister "Nancy TAYLOR her mother." Nancy DANIEL witnesses the gift. This "first marriage" appears to be based on the assumption that Garland's sister Nancy is both "my sister Nancy TAYLOR" and "Nancy DANIEL" the witness, who married James DANIEL/LL of Fairfield County, South Carolina. Garland HARDWICK, brother of Nancy, wife of James DANIELL, was born 22 May 1768 and would have been 19 years old at the date of this deed of gift. If that be the case, why then does Garland turn around a year later and give Moriah to "Nancy HARDWICK," instead of to Nancy DANIEL or Nancy TAYLOR, in his 1788 deed of gift?

"Garland HARDWICK of county of Union, SC, Ninety Six dist, planter, for good will and affection to my loving Nancy Hardwick TAYLOR of same county, and the heirs of her body, in default of such heirs to fall to my sister Nancy TAYLOR her mother and the heirs of her body, one negro girl Mariah. 10 Oct 1787 Garland HARDWICK [seal]. Wit: Wm HARWICK, Nancy DANIEL [x] Molley HARDWICK [x] (UNION CO SC WILL ABSTRACTS 1898-1849, Brent H. Holcomb, Certified Genealogist, 1987 P 5 [pg 32-33])
A second abstract refers to Nancy Hardwick TAYLOR, about 9 years old, as an "infant," a term used for anyone who had not reached the age of legal maturity. "Union Co SC Misc. Records, Book 1, pp. 32-33: Dated 10 Oct 1787 - Garland Hardwick of Union Co., SC, deed of gift of 1 negro girl named Mariah to his niece, Nancy Hardwick Taylor, infant. If she died or had no issue, Mariah to go to my sister, Nancy Taylor, her mother. Witnesses: William Hardwick, Nancy (X) Daniel, Molly (X) Hardwick. No recording date." (Silas Emmet Lucas, Some South Carolina County Records, Vol. 2 (Easley SC: Southern Historical Press, Inc., 1989)
Nancy Hardwick TAYLOR apparently died about six months later because Garland records a deed giving Moriah [Mariah] to Nancy HARDWICK [DANIELL?].
PG. 156 [ORIG P 185] 26 Mar 1788. a deed of gift from "Garland HARWICK to Nancy HARDWICK for one negro girl name Moriah acknowledged in open court and ordered to be recorded.". ("UNION CO, SC, MINUTES OF THE CO COURT 1785-1799, Brent H. Holcomb, C.A.L.S., 1979.)

Nancy HARDWICK became the second wife of James DANIELL, a very successful planter in Fairfield County, South Carolina. No marriage date has been found. If Nancy DANIEL in the 10 October 1787 deed is James' wife, the marriage was before that date. An unsourced posting on the Internet provides about 1779. If so, the unidentified first husband TAYLOR died between 1779 and 1787.

Nancy was younger than three of James' six known children. James' son, Levi DANIELL, mentions "my stepmother, Nancy DANIELL" in his will dated 8 December 1800.

The 1790 U.S. census of Fairfield County, South Carolina enumerates James DANIEL's family as one male over 16 [James], one male under 16 [unknown], and a female [Nancy]. After the census, James moved his household to his plantation and bounty lands in Hancock County, Georgia, where he died in 1798.

In her husband's will, proven March 5, 1798, James DANIELL gives "unto my well beloved wife Nancy DANIELL four Negro slaves viz. Linder, Cary, Little Rachell, and Nancy, two feather beds and furniture and all my household furniture to her and her heirs forever. I also give her one note of hand of James TAYLOR of two hundred and forty one? pounds Sterling. I lend my wife twenty-one Negro slaves viz. Tom the weaver, Hecter, Biner, George, Fillaner, Sanco, Peter, Rose, Pompey, Silvy, Acre, Driver, Rachell, Muiah, Hester, Cate, Dover, Charlotte, Zouer, Daphne, Harry. I also lend her one half of the three bounties of land I now live on together with my dwelling house and plantation. Also one half of my stock of every kind. I likewise lend her one half of my tract of land on the Oconey River in Washington County during her natural life."

On 22 November 1798 at a sale of property from the estate of her deceased husband, Nancy bought a negro girl "Jinny." From the record below, Nancy immediately gave "Jinny" to James DANIELL, Infant of the State and County aforesaid [Hancock]..." but withheld transfer of ownership until after her own decease. Interpolation of family members indicates this James is most likely the four year old son of Levi DANIELL, Nancy's step-son.

Hancock County Deed Book C, 223: To all people to whom these presents shall come. I, Nancy Daniell do send Greetings knowing that the said Nancy Daniell of the State of Georgia and County of Hancock for and in consideration of the Love, good will, and affection which I have and bear towards James Daniell, Infant of the State and County aforesaid, have given and granted and by these Presents do freely give and Grant unto the said James Daniell, his heirs, Executors or administrators a Negro girl named Jinny and her increase. But the condition of the above Deed of Gift is such that it is not my intention for the said James Daniell to be possessed with the above mentioned Negro Jinny nor her increase until my Death. In witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seal this twenty second day of November one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight.

Signed and sealedNancy Daniell [seal]
In the presence of us
Peter F. Flournoy
Reuben Jones
Personally appeared before me Peter F. Flournoy and being duly sworn saith that he saw Nancy Daniell sign and deliver the above for the use within mentioned and that he saw Reuben Jones sign as a subscribing witness.
Sworn to before me this 28th January 1799
John Wilson JP.
Registered 4th February 1799. Martin Martin Clk.

An abstract of this record conflicts with the above:
"Hancock County, Georgia, Deed Book C, p. 223. I, Nancy DANIELL, of Hancock County, Georgia, for the love and good will and affection which I have for my son John DANIELL of the same place, give unto him a negro girl named "Jenny" and her increase. Wit: [illegible] and Reubin JONES. Reg: 4th February 1799."
Previously, this abstract lead to speculation that Nancy may have had a son John by James. That is no longer thought to be true. [Revised 9 January 2009]

No documentation proves Nancy HARDWICK and James DANIELL had children.

SPECULATION: Nancy HARDWICK was born 6 Jan 1758, her marriage to James may have occurred as early as 1779, ample time for her to have had "my son, John" [now apparently an abstraction error] and Betty as children. In his will, James DANIELL names his grandson, Jesse Daniell AUSTON, son of Betty AUSTON. It is the only record naming a Betty DANIELL who apparently married an AUSTON. Neither Betty nor an Elizabeth is named in transcriptions of James' Bible. Is Betty a child of James and Nancy? Nothing found to the contrary, Betty is assigned as such, primarily to present her name, her husband's surname, and her son as a separate family recorded in something other than a footnote. "Betty" may also be a nickname for James' daughter Martha DANIELL whose birth in 1762 was recorded in James' Bible; no other record of Martha has been found.. More discoveries about Nancy's marriage to James DANIELL are necessary to complete the records.

Hancock County Will Book AA page 36-39 records: January 3rd 1799. Then received of William HARDWICK an executor of James DANIELL decd, four Negroes given and twenty-five Negroes lent me by said James DANIELL decd, and stock of every kind, also beds and furniture and all household furniture received by me this 3rd day January. Nancy DANIELL. Same date: We do certify that we have in our hands the balance of the money that was left in the house and has been collected after takin (sic) out the account of Levi DANIELL . Given under our hand. Levi DANIELL Nancy DANIELL. And lastly, on 3 January 1799, Nancy DANIELL signed for receipt of "4 Negroes given me and 21 Negroes lent me by said James DANIELL dec'd.' and stock of all kinds, also beds and furniture, etc." from William HARDWICK, executor of James' estate.

Nancy acquired six Negroes as recorded in Hancock County, Georgia, Deed Book E, p. 338. "We, John COX, William BALLARD and Whitley SASSER have sold and delivered unto Nancy DANIELL of Hancock County, six negro slaves, viz., Georgia [George] and his wife, Flora, and her child Glassy, Bridget and her two sons Aaron and Moses, for the sum of seventeen hundred and fifty dollars. Wit: [illegible WATSON and William HARDWICK. This 20th October 1801. Reg: 2nd December 1801."

Nancy Hardwick DANIELL married her second (third?) husband, James BARROW, on 7 February 1802. He had served in the North Carolina Continental Army. James and Nancy BARROW certified "that we have received of William HARDWICK surviving executor of James DANIELL decd a note of hand __ James TAYLOR willed by James DANIELL to his wife Nancy DANIELL now Nancy BARROW, dated 28 May 179_ for two hundred and forty two pounds nineteen shillings Sterling and this is his received in full as an executor of James DANIELL decd from us.", April 18th 1803.

Nancy was 44 years old when she married James BARROW. They had no children. These three excerpts are from the James Barrow Family Bible:
Nancy and James Barrow were married 7th Feb 1802.
Nancy Barrow was born 6th January 1758.
Nancy Barrow 2nd wife of James Barrow died 18th Jan 1814 half after 6 o'clock evening. 56 years old.
(James Barrow Bible, Milledgeville, GA File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Laura Stotler. Source: "Family Bible Records" collected by the Elijah Clarke Chapter in 1938 (Family History Center Microfilm US/CAN #7110)

January 26, 1814: "Deaths! Departed this life on the 18th inst. half past 6 o'clock in the evening Mrs. Nancy BARROW, the amiable consort of James BARROW, Esq. of Baldwin County. She was an affectionate Wife, greatly endeared to her servants, an excellent neighbor..." ( "Genealogical Abstracts From the Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1809-1840, Vol. 1, 1809-1818" by Fred R. Hartz and Emilie K. Hartz, Vidalia, Georgia, 1990, p. 244)

"NANCY: wife of James Barrow, Esq of Baldwin Co., GA, d 18 Jan 1814, funeral from her home on Island Creek., GJ [Georgia Journal] 26 Jan 1814 and 20 April 1814. SOURCE: page 6 of Marriages and Deaths 1763 to 1820 , Abstracted From Extant GA Newspapers by Mary Bondurant Warren, printed in the US by Heritage Papers, Danielsville, GA, copyright 1968. Book is at the Little Rock Public Library, Little Rock, AR" (http://www.geocities.com/jdbfagan/barrow/barrn.htm)

Abstract: Baldwin County Will Book B (1806-1929), p. 71: Nancy BARROW, 11/16/1812: 3/7/1814 - Husband: James. Nieces: Patsy LEWIS, Patsy NELSON (formerly DAWKINS), Nancy Barrow HARDWICK, dau of bro., William HARDWICK, and Nancy FITZPATRICK, dau. of sister Molly FITZPATRICK. Heps (sic, Neps?): John, eldest son of bro., Garland HARDWICK; Garland, George, Daniel and Reuben, sons of sister, Haney DAWKINS; William HARDWICK, son of bro., George HARDWICK. Brothers: William, Garland and George HARDWICK. Sisters: Peggy, Haney DAWKINS, Molly FITZPATRICK. Witnesses: Robert McGENTRY, Rachel THORNTON, Jacob BARROW. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/fulton/georgia_research/GAWILLS.pdf)

This abstract of the will of Nancy BARROW was posted at Rootsweb on the Baldwin County, Georgia pages: BARROW, Nancy 11/16/1812 - 3/7/1814 Husband: James. Children: not named. Others mentioned: Brothers - William HARDWICK, Garland HARDWICK, George HARDWICK; Sisters - Peggy HARDWICK, Haney DAWKINS, Molly FITZPATRICK; Nieces - Patsey LEWIS, Patsey Dawkins NELSON, Nancy Barrow HARDWICK (dau. William HARDWICK), Nancy FITZPATRICK (dau. Molly FITZPATRICK); Nephews: John HARDWICK (eldest son of Garland), Garland DAWKINS, George DAWKINS, Daniel DAWKINS, Reuben DAWKINS (sons of Haney), William HARDWICK (son of Peggy), Richard HARDWICK (son of William), George HARDWICK (son of George); Robert McGENTRY; Rachel THORNTON, Jacob BARROW.

Nancy's will may have been recorded in more than one place, but Alabama may have been inadvertantly typed in place of Georgia in another abstract posted at http://www.gulftel.com/tigerag/Html/n_38.htm giving reference to Warren County, Georgia and Baldwin County, Alabama:
BARROW, Nancy, Will: Date: 10 AUG 1812 Place: Warren County, Georgia
Note: Abstract of Baldwin County, Alabama Will Book "A" (1806-1829)
Husband: James. Nieces: Patsey LEWIS, Patsey NELSON (formerly DAWKINS), Nancy Barrow HARDWICK, daughter of William HARDWICK, and Nancy FITZPATRICK,daughter of sister Molly FITZPATRICK. Nephews: John, eldest son of brother, Garland HARDWICK; Garland, George, Daniel and Reuben, sons of sister, Handy DAWKINS; William HARDWICK, son of sister, Peggy; Richard HARDWICK, son of brother., William HARDWICK; George HARDWICK, son of brother, George HARDWICK; Brothers: William, Garland and George HARDWICK. Sisters: Peggy, Haney, Molly FITZPATRICK. Witnesses: Robert McGENTRY, Rachel THORRON, Jacob BARROW. [Baldwin County, Alabama was established in 1809.]

On 12 March 1814, James BARROW filed "a schedule of all the Negroes with their increase now in life (except one Negro man Sanco sold by James BARROW) that were lent by the last Will and Testament of James DANIELL dec'd. to his widow and relict Nancy DANIEL, afterwards Nancy BARROW, wife of James BARROW, during her natural life: Old Tom, Zouer(?), Old Rachel, Charlotte, Hester, Flander, Acre, Daphney, George, Moriah, Hictor, Biner, Dover, Caty, Peter, Pompy, Peggy, Ned, Ellinney, Billy, Moriah, Levin, Becky, Bob, Rachel, Hector, Sam, Sally, Sucky, Driver, Jupiter, Bob, Ellick, Pompy, Flander." It was witnessed by Jacob COBB and Garland HARDWICK and recorded in the Hancock County records. In January 1815, "William HARDWICK, Executor of the last will and testament of James DANIELL, dec'd, returned an account of Negroes which were lent by said will to Nancy DANIELL, wife of the said James, afterward Nancy BARROW during her natural life, together with their mansion which was ordered to be recorded." as recorded in the minutes of the Hancock County, Court of Ordinary. Half of these Negroes, lent to Nancy by James DANIELL, were bequeathed to "Patsy HANDRICK" upon Nancy's death.
(Note: Patsy HANDRICK, born about 1796, was the daughter of Dr. Robert HENDRICK of Richland County, South Carolina and Mary DANIELL, James' daughter deceased before 11 May 1797. Additional research shows that Patsy must have died young. Robert named his only surviving child, Louisa, in his Will dated 1805. She was Louisa Maria HENDRICK, born after 1800, his daughter by then wife Mary STANLEY. Louisa married Michael J. RUDULPH, Jr. in 1816. RLD)

This paragraph from the Last Will & Testament of James BARROW 20 March 1827, Baldwin County, Georgia, relates to carrying out of the will of Nancy Hardwick Daniell BARROW:
"Rachel and her family consisting of Rachel, Simon, Charles, Dinah, Isaac, Saressy, Nancy, Josiah and Sam, I wish delivered to Mrs. Patsy LEWIS as soon as my Executors can properly divest my business and get her receipt according to the will of her late aunt Mrs. Nancy BARROW now on record in Baldwin County."

A CONFLICT IN NANCY's IDENTITY AND THE POSSIBILITY OF A DANIELL/L-SANKEY-EILAND CONNECTION:
An Ann SANKEY is said to have married a James DANIEL circa 1750 in North Carolina. Their daughter, Ann Sankey DANIEL, b. 1753, is said to have married Absolom EILAND in 1775 in Fairfield County, S. C., or Johnson or Currituck County, N. C. In 1787, "Absolom EILAND and wife Ann" sell 287 acres in Greene Co., GA (RW land bounty) to "James DANIELL of Fairfield County, South Carolina." witnessed by Levi DANIELL, James' son. In 1791, Levi Daniel EILAND was born to Absolom and Ann; Eiland family narratives say he was named for her favorite brother. (Note: If the same Levi DANIELL, s/o James of Fairfield, South Carolina, he is her youngest brother. RLD) Is this Ann DANIEL, born 1753, a daughter of James DANIELL and an Ann SANKEY, of Fairfield County?
Some EILAND family researchers contend that the Ann SANKEY above is Nancy DANIELL, widow of James DANIELL of Hancock County, Georgia, who married second James BARROW, and died in Baldwin County, Georgia on 18 January 1814. A body of evidence in legal records proves that Nancy HARDWICK, born 6 January 1758, was the second wife and widow of James DANIELL of Hancock County. Nancy is not the mother of Ann DANIEL, born 1753. She was five years younger than Ann and younger than three of James' known children and too young to have been the mother of any born before 1773. Levi DANIELL in his Will of 1800 referred to her as "my step-mother, Nancy Daniell."
Eiland researcher Jere Fletcher provided four abstracts from the Georgia Journal, said to be from the work of Cecil Little (deceased), to support the assignment of Nancy SANKEY as James DANIELL's widow and James BARROW's wife. Verification of the abstracts in the referenced source showed the name SANKEY was NOT in the original. It appears that a well-intentioned researcher who confused the two James DANIEL families who lived in proximity to each other added the SANKEY name to reference material to present a maiden name for her in support of his belief. The altered abstracts are the likely to source of the misidentification of Nancy HARDWICK as Nancy Ann SANKEY. Comparisons of these abstracts are below:
From: Genealogical Abstracts from the Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1809-1840, by Fred R Hartz; Emilie K Hartz; Tad Evans, Publisher: Vidalia, Ga. : Gwendolyn Press, 1990-1995. (Ref F285 .H27):
1. ERROR. [Note inclusion of the name "Sankey"] Jan. 26, 1814: "DEATH! Departed this life on the 18th Inst. (this month) at half past 6 o'clock in the evening, Mrs. Nancy Sankey Daniel BARROW, the amiable consort of James BARROW, Esq. of Baldwin County...She was an affectionate wife, greatly endeared to her servants; an excellent neighbor."
CORRECT from the original: January 26, 1814: "Deaths! Departed this life on the 18th inst. half past 6 o'clock in the evening Mrs. Nancy BARROW, the amiable consort of James BARROW, Esq. of Baldwin County. She was an affectionate Wife, greatly endeared to her servants, an excellent neighbor..." (Note that another death was listed as well, explaining the plural "deaths.")
2. ERROR. [Note missing portion and text errors below]: July 19, 1813: "Georgia, Greene County, Court of Ordinary, July Term 1815, Upon the Petition of Family of James DANIEL (In right of his wife, Nancy) Administrator of the Estate of her Father, Dr. John T. SANKEY, deceased, prayed to be dismissed from the Administration of said Estate. Signed: Ebenezer TORRENCE, C.C.O."
CORRECT from the original: July 19, 1815 "Georgia, Greene County. Court of Ordinary, July Term, 1815. Upon the petition of James DANIEL and Drury TOWNS (in right of his wife) administrators of the estate of John T. SANKEY, deceased, praying to be dismissed from the administration of said estate... (Signed) Ebenezer TORRENCE, C.C.O.")
Note: An additional abstract in follow up concerning the estate of John T. SANKEY: February 7, 1816 "By order of the...Court of Ordinary of Greene County, will be sold on the first Tuesday in March next at the town of Greensborough, one tract of land containing 700 acres, lying on the road leading from Greensbrough to Washington...being part of the real estate of John T. SANKEY, deceased...(Signed) James DANIEL, Adm'r., Drury TOWNS, Adm'r. in right of his wife." Recall that James DANIELL died before 5 March 1798 and his widow, Nancy BARROW, died 18 Jan 1814. This James and Nancy were alive in 1816.
3. ERROR. [Note inclusion of the name "Sankey"]: August 2, 1815: "Georgia, Greene County. James MORRIS came before me..saith, that some time in Dec. 1814, he being in Company with a Certain William HARDRIDGE otherwise William HARDWICK and sometimes called William H. HARDRIDGE who told him that he..had a bond against Mrs. Nancy Sankey DANIEL of Hancock County, signed while she was the widow of James DANIEL, deceased, for the amount of $1000...Signed James MORRIS. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 26th day of June 1815..Signed John BROWNING. Justice of the Peace. From the well known character of the above named HARDWICK, I think it probable that if he holds such a bond, and has therefore taken this method to apprise the public of such debt that it is an outright forgery. Signed: James BARROW."
CORRECT from the original: August 2, 1815: "Georgia, Greene County. James MORRIS came before me...saith, that some time in...Dec. 1814, he being in company with a certain William HARDRIDGE, otherwise William HARDWICH, and sometimes called William H. HARDRIDGE, who told him that he..had a bond against Nancy DANIELL of Hancock County, signed while she was the widow of James DANIELL, deceased, for the amount of 1000 dollars...(Signed) James MORRIS. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 26th day of June 1815. (Signed) John BROWNING, J.P. From the well known character of the above named HARDWICH, I think it probable that he holds such a bond, and have therefore taken this method to apprise the public that it is a forgery. (Signed) James BARROW."
4. ERROR. [Note inclusion of the name "Sankey"]: Sept. 20, 1815: NOTICE: "Whereas James DANIEL of Hancock County, did by his Last Will lend to his Wife, Nancy Sankey DANIEL, who afterwards became my Wife, that during her life certain property..my said wife died the 18th of Jan. 1814, on which day my claim to her property expired. The Executor of James DANIEL, deceased..received the aforesaid property, except a herd of goats.. I have tolerated them and cared for them with usual care , but will consider them under my care only ten days from this notice at which time I will drive them entirely from my plantation. Signed Sept. 11, 1815: Signed: James BARROW, Esq."
CORRECT from the original: September 20, 1815 "Notice.--Whereas James DANIEL of Hancock County, did by his last will...lend to his wife, Nancy DANIEL, (who afterwards became my wife) during her life certain property...my said wife died the 18th of January 1814, on which day my claim expired...The executor of James DANIEL, deceased...received the aforesaid property, except a stock of goats...I have taken my usual care of the said Goats, but will consider them under my care only ten days after this notice. I will then drive them entirely from my plantation...Given under my hand this 11th day of September, 1815. (Signed) James BARROW"
NOTE: None of the above precludes the possibility of claims that Ann DANIEL, b. 1753, who married Absolom EILAND in 1775 in Fairfield County, South Carolina (per citation of DAR #232154), was a daughter of James DANIELL of Fairfield County, SC or that James may have married an Ann SANKEY who may have been her mother; however, no documentation for those assignments has surfaced. No Ann Nancy SANKEY of age to be James wife before 1753 has been found. Circumstantial evidence that Ann, wife of Absolom, may have been James' daughter still exists in: James' claim of a wife and two children in his 1754 petition for land in South Carolina; in Absolom EILAND's presence in South Carolina from 1754, Berkeley County, to at least 1779, Orangeburg County; in the sale of Absolom and Ann's land in Greene County, Georgia to James DANIELL in 1787, witnessed by James' son Levi; and in the naming of Levi Daniel EILAND, born about 1791 to Absolom and Ann probably in Greene County, that part which later became Hancock County. However, if Ann DANIEL is the daughter of our James DANIELL, her mother died sometime before his remarriage to Nancy HARDWICK, between 1779 and 1787.
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Stephen JONES and Sophia Garland HARDWICK




Husband Stephen JONES

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 28 January 1819



Wife Sophia Garland HARDWICK

         Born: 10 March 1800
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 November 1821
       Buried: 


       Father: William HARDWICK, Jr. (1760-1825)
       Mother: Nancy SHIPP (1768-1854)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Sophia Garland HARDWICK

Died "in child bed", delivering a baby.
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William HARDWICK, Jr. and Nancy SHIPP




Husband William HARDWICK, Jr.

         Born: 17 March 1760 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 March 1825 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: William Garland HARDWICK, Sr. RS-SC (1727-1803)
       Mother: Kessiah Cynthia PARKER (1727-1784)


     Marriage: 22 April 1790 - Greene County, Georgia



Wife Nancy SHIPP

         Born: 27 March 1768
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 February 1854 - Chatham County, Georgia
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Elizabeth HARDWICK

         Born: 17 January 1791
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Allen ROBERTS
         Marr: 17 November 1808 - Greene County, Georgia


2 F Martha HARDWICK

         Born: 19 March 1792
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: David LEWIS
         Marr: 2 May 1809


3 F Franky HARDWICK

         Born: Abt 1793
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 December 1801
       Buried: 



4 M Richard Shipp HARDWICK

         Born: 7 December 1797
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha HAMILTON
         Marr: 19 April 1825


5 F Sophia Garland HARDWICK

         Born: 10 March 1800
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 November 1821
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Stephen JONES
         Marr: 28 January 1819


6 M James Jefferson HARDWICK

         Born: 10 October 1805
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Milicy PRIDE
         Marr: 19 January 1825


7 M William Milerson HARDWICK

         Born: 19 March 1808
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Harriet Washington HARDWICK

         Born: 30 April 1810
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 F Nancy Barrow HARDWICK

         Born: Bef 1812
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William HARDWICK, Jr.

The Bible of William Garland Hardwick (Jr.) of Georgia (1760-1828)
contributed by Irene Townsend Dudley of Detroit, MI: The Bible from which this record was taken was printed and published by Mathew Carey, No.122 Market Street, PA 1806" It was copied by Mrs John F.Hickman of Tampa, FL from a Bible now owned by Mrs. J.D.Clarke (Caroline Sharp) of Tampa Vol. ITD
William Hardwick His Bible Bought by John Lucas in the town of Sparta, Hancock County, GA , Price $14 dollars.
Births: William Hardwick was born March 17th 1760, Nancy (Shipp) Hardwick was born March 27, 1768.
Marriage: William Hardwick and Nancy Shipp was married April 22, 1790.
Harriet Washington Hardwick their daughter was born April 30 1810.
Deaths: William Hardwick departed this life on the 1st day of March 1825 in P.M. in the 66th year of his age. Mrs Nancy Hardwick wife of William Hardwick died Feb, 1o'clock on the 20th 1854 at 11:30am in the morning.
Frankey Hardwick departed this life the 31st day of Dec'r 1801, 2 o'clock in the afternoon in the eight year of her life.
Alfred Hamilton Hardwick died October 15th 1832
Wm Walter Hardwick died November 15th 1852 12 minutes before 3 o'clock.
Betsy Hardwick Daughter of William and Nancy Hardwick was born Jan 17th 1792, Married David Lewis May 2nd 1809.
Sophia Garland Hardwick their daughter was born March 10th 1800, Married Stephen Jones Jan'ry 28th
1819 died November 7th 1821 i child bed.
James Jefferson Hardwick their son was born Oct 10th 1805, Married Milicy Pride January 19th 1825.
Richard Shipp Hardwick their son was born December 7th 1797, Married Martha Hamilton April 19th 1825.
William Milerson Hardwick their son was born March 19th 1808.
Harriett Washington Hardwick their daughter was born April 30th 1810
Richard Shipp Hardwick married April 19th 1825, to Martha Hamilton.
Births: George Washington Frank Hardwick was born March 28th 1826
Caroline Milerson Hardwick was born August 15th 1828.
William Walter Hardwick was born Feb 1830
Alfred Hamilton Hardwick was born April 10th 1831.
John Richard Hardwick was born May 10th 1832.
Charley C. Hardwick was born Jan 10th 1838.
Patsy Roberts, Daughter of Allen and Betsy was born 21 Sept 1809.
William Hardwick Roberts, son of Allen and Betsy Roberts was born 27th April 1812.
Richard Shipp Roberts was born July 4th 1814.
Thomas Hamilton Roberts was born May 16, 1816.
Francis Ann Roberts was born Jan 6th 1818.
James Monroe Roberts was born Oct 29th 1819.
Eliza Hart Roberts was born Jan 13th 1821

Nancy Lewis was born March 6, 1810
James B. Lewis was born Oct 1st 1812.
Lyda Ann Lewis was born Nov 19th 1814
David W. Lewis was born Oct 24th 1816.
John Richard Lewis was born Dec 29th

James William Hardwick Jones was born Oct 16th 1818.
Jesse Mercer Jones was born Dec 24, 1819.
Eliza Elmira Jones was born Jan 13th 1820.
Nancy Hart Jones was born Dec 18th 1820.
Susan Washington Jones was born March 18, 1822.
Richard L. H. Jones was born (at bottom of page, wore off)

Negroes Ages:
Beck was born first Sunday in Oct'r 1795
Melinda was born Dec 25th 1801.
Saleta was born Oct'r 21st 1803.
Susan was born March 9th 1805.
Lucy was born Jan'y 13th 1807.
Sampson was born Oct 9th 1810.
Salena was born June 24, 1811.
Peg was born July 1809.
Rachel was born March 9th 1813
Fanny was born Oct 1st 1813.
Solomon was born Jan'y 26th 1815.
Jacob was born Dec'r 1817.
Enry was born March 14th 1817.
Arthur was born Nov'r 19th 1819.
Mariah was born Feb 1820.
House Servants:
Source: Detroit Society Genealogy Research Vol. 9 #5 Pages 115 and 116
Source: Received by E. Mail March 1st 2002, from Cindy Holdridge Smith...cindysmith@hotmail.com

Alfred Hamilton Hardwick died Oct 15th 1832.
William Walter Hardwick died Nov 20, 1852, 12 minutes before 3 O'clock.

George Washington Frank Hardwick was born March 28th 1826 died August 15, 1828.
Caroline Milerson Hardwick was born Aug the 15.
Source: Joyce Rogers.

(Note: This is the Will of William Garland (Jr.)'s father. RLD)
William Garland HARDWICK (SR.)'s will 13 Mar 1802 l page 38-41 Greene Co Ga
Will of William Hardwick of afsd. far advanced in age..I beq. to the heirs of my beloved son James Hardwick dec'd twenty-five cents each--to beloved dtr Martha Jones $.25 to beloved Daughter Hanah Dawkins $.25 to beloved daughter Nancy Daniell $.25 to beloved son William Hardwick #.25 to beloved son George Hardwick a negro mann amed Jack. I give up all my right and title of the land whereon George Hardwick and Garland Hardwick now lives, supposed to be 150 acres to the said George and Garland Hardwick share and share alike, provided the said George and Garland do pay all the purchase money for said land without any drawback on my estate..beq. to beloved dtr. Molly FitzPatrick and the legal heirs of her body my negroes (2) and also 2 feather beds and furniture also my stock of every kind and household & kitchen furniture, also that she shall pay all debts that may be lawfully rising from my estate, except those mentioned by George and Garland Hardwick...to beloved dtr Peggy Hardwick #.25 to beloved son Garland Hardwick a negro man..beloved grandaughter Cinthia Hardwick FitzPatrick dtr of Rem. & Molly FitzPatrick and the following negroes (4) and should she die (Cinthia) Then to be div. between her lawful brothers and sisters if any..should my dtr. Molly die before grandtr arrives at lawful age or is married, the Exors Hire out negroes for benefit for ad. grandtr. Appt. as Ex. George & Garland Hardwick. Dated 13 Mar 1802 Signed Wm Harwick Wit. ___ Park, Susan Park, Booth FitzPatrick Registered __ Apr. 1803
SOME GEORGIA COUNTY RECORDS-Lucas

This is not my family-except that Booth FitzPatrick above married Elizabeth Brown-sister of my Ezekiel Brown..also in Greene. (William Garland Hardwick- Va to Greene Co Ga Posted by: Gerry Hill (ID *****8882) Date: March 01, 2006 (http://genforum.genealogy.com/hardwick/messages/1171.html)
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From Harrie Imrey:
The Hardwicks, like the Daniels and Taylors, were pretty reliable about leaving wills. William Hardwick's son Garland (1768-1847) did not leave one--unless it managed to get misplaced when he died in Arkansas. In 1787, Garland made a Deed of Gift (not a will) to his niece Nancy Hardwick Taylor, daughter of his sister Nancy. Garland named his sister Nancy Hardwick as Nancy Taylor, but she witnessed the Deed of Gift as Nancy Daniel.
William Hendrick's will (William Sr.), signed 13 Mar 1802 (Greene Co GA Will Books A & B, p. 318), left 25 cents to his daughter Nancy Daniell (although she had third-married James Barrow on 7 Feb 1802).
William Hardwick (AKA William Jr.), 1760-1825, did not leave a will, but left a familly Bible (see link). He married Nancy Shipp on 22 Apr 1790 in Greene Co GA. The transcription unfortunately merged the entries for Betsy and Patsy re their birth and marriage dates, but the spouses are sorted out in the text re their children, and in the links for each of these daughters. Betsy (Elizabeth) was born 17 Jan 1791, married Allen Roberts on 17 Nov 1808 in Greene Co GA. Patsy (Martha) was born 19 Mar 1792, married David Lewis on 2 May 1809. Here are their households:
1820 GA, Hancock Co, M33-7
p. 90:
Allen Roberts 400010; 11010
William Hardwick 020001; 01201
p. 94:
David Lewis 200010; 30010
1830 GA, Hancock Co, M19-18, p. 160:
Martha Lewis M: 0014; 00
F: 0001; 001
1840 GA, Hancock Co, M704-43, p. 212:
Martha Lewis M: 1210; 10
F: 0000; 011001 [older woman is her mother Nancy Shipp Hardwick]
Martha Hardwick Lewis was not listed in the 1850 census--I did not look for her in the household of a child (don't know who the daughter married anyway). Her mother Nancy Shipp Hardwick (b. 1768) was living in 1850 in the household of her son William Shipp Hardwick (b. 1797), still in Hancock Co GA.
The 1797 will of James Daniell referred to "granddaughter Patsy Handrick." She was not his granddaughter, and her surname was Hardwick rather than Handrick/Hendrick. The identity of Martha/Patsy Hardwick Lewis is very explicit in the Bible of her father, William Hardwick Jr., in the 1814 probate documents of her aunt Nancy Hardwick Taylor Daniell Barrow, and in the 1828 will of her aunt Nancy's third husband James Barrow (full text of will is online at Hancock Co GA GenWeb Archives). The slaves left by James Daniell as a residuary legacy to his "granddaughter Patsy Handrick" and to his grandson James Daniel Auston--or to the survivor of them--were delivered in 1814 (death of Nancy) and 1828 (death of James Barrow) only to Patsy Lewis. James Daniell Auston died at some point between 1809 (when he changed his name to James Daniel) and 1814. Maybe the War of 1812?
Martha/Patsy Hardwick Lewis left such a detailed documentary trail that it is completely impossible to connect her as a daughter of Sarah Daniell and Dr. Robert Hendrick. Meaning that Louisa Mary Hendrick Rudolph Gibbes was very necessarily the only surviving child of Sarah and Robert Hendrick.
(http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=catcher8&id=I2263 )


General Notes: Wife - Nancy SHIPP

"Nancy Shipp Hardwick (b. 1768) was living in 1850 in the household of her son William Shipp Hardwick (b. 1797), still in Hancock Co GA. (Harriet Imrey)
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William Garland HARDWICK, Sr. RS-SC and Kessiah Cynthia PARKER




Husband William Garland HARDWICK, Sr. RS-SC

         Born: 27 June 1727
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         Died: 24 February 1803 - Greene County, Georgia
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       Father: James HARDWICK (Cir 1700-1737)
       Mother: Henrietta GARLAND (Cir 1706-Bef 1746)


     Marriage: Abt 1750



Wife Kessiah Cynthia PARKER

         Born: 1727
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         Died: 18 August 1784 - Georgia
       Buried: 


Children
1 M James B. HARDWICK, R.S.

         Born: 16 December 1750 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: 1780 - King's Mountain, South Carolina
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2 F Martha HARDWICK

         Born: 13 December 1752 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: Abt 1800
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       Spouse: JONES


3 F Hannah HARDWICK

         Born: 4 April 1755 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: 17 January 1837 - Greene County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John William DAWKINS
         Marr: Abt 1787 - Putnam County, Georgia


4 F Nancy HARDWICK

         Born: 4 April 1755 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: Bef 1758 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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5 F Nancy HARDWICK

         Born: 6 January 1758 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: 18 January 1814 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia 101
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       Spouse: James O'DANIEL, RW-SC 892
         Marr: Between 1779 and 1787
       Spouse: James BARROW, RS -NC 101
         Marr: 7 February 1802 - Baldwin County, Georgia


6 M William HARDWICK, Jr.

         Born: 17 March 1760 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: 1 March 1825 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Nancy SHIPP
         Marr: 22 April 1790 - Greene County, Georgia


7 F Molley HARDWICK

         Born: 5 March 1762 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1763
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8 F Molley HARDWICK

         Born: 12 July 1763 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1810 - Jasper County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Rene FITZPATRICK, RS-VA
         Marr: 5 February 1798


9 M George Washington HARDWICK

         Born: 31 January 1766 - South Carolina
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         Died: 3 May 1824 - St. Clair County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Liberty Baptist Cemetery
       Spouse: Mary "Polly" McTYEIRE
         Marr: 1783 - Greene County, Georgia


10 M Garland HARDWICK

         Born: 22 May 1768 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: 1847 - Benton County, Arkansas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Susan VENABLE
         Marr: 14 October 1794 - Columbia County, Georgia


11 F Margaret "Peggy" HARDWICK

         Born: 7 June 1773 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: Abt 1840 - Chester County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Hasel HARDWICK, Jr.
         Marr: Abt 1787 - Chester District, South Carolina



General Notes: Husband - William Garland HARDWICK, Sr. RS-SC

The Minutes of the Vestry of St. David's Parish, Marlboro County, South Carolina, records a William HARDWICK was one of the electors at the August 1st 1768 Vestry elections.

A William HARDWICK is named in Craven County, South Carolina by 1773. This William may or may not be William Garland, father of Nancy HARDWICK who married James DANIELL of Fairfield County, South Carolina; however, William's daughter Margaret was born in 1773 and married Hasel HARDWICK, Jr. of Chester County, South Carolina circa 1807.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0020 Page: 00271 Item: 01 Date: 1773/06/16 Description: TAYLOR, Bennet, Plat for 200 acres in Craven County. Names Indexed: TAYLOR, Bennet/WISE, Samuel/HARDWICK, William/DIZER, James/PURCELL, James/ Locations: Craven County.

From Greene County, Georgia wills, 1786 - 1877, abstracted by Freda Reid Turner: page 59. Will Books A & B, page 318, State of Georgia, Greene County: "13 March 1802, Last Will and Testament of William HARDWICK. To the heirs of my beloved son, James HARDWICK, deceased, 25 cents each. To daughter Martha Jones, 25 cents. To daughter Hannah DAWKINS, 25 cents. To daughter Nancy DANIELL, 25 cents, to son, William 25 cents. To son George, a negro man named Jack. To George HARDWICK and Garland HARDWICK land whereon I now live, 150 acres. To daughter Molly Fitzpatrick and the legal heirs of her body, negroes Sarah and Sally, also household items, all my livestock - - provided she pay my burial expenses. To son Garland, a negro man named Ned. To granddaughter Cinthia HARDWICK FITZPATRICK, daughter of Ron (Rene?) and Molly FITZPATRICK, the following negroes: Chancy, John, Fanny, and Granville, but all to remain in the possession and for the benefit of her mother during her lifetime or widowhood. Appoint George HARDWICK and Garland HARDWICK executors of my estate. Wit.: E. PARK, Susan PARK, Bo FITZPATRICK. Registered 1 April 1803, Thomas Carleton, Clerk."

13 Mar 1802 l page 38-41 Greene Co., Ga.: "Will of William Hardwick of afsd. far advanced in age..I beq. to the heirs of my beloved son James Hardwick dec'd twenty-five cents each--to beloved dtr Martha Jones $.25 to beloved Daughter Hanah Dawkins $.25 to beloved daughter Nancy Daniell $.25 to beloved son William Hardwick $.25 to beloved son George Hardwick a negro mann amed Jack. I give up all my right and title of the land whereon George Hardwick and Garland Hardwick now lives, supposed to be 150 acres to the said George and Garland Hardwick share and share alike, provided the said George and Garland do pay all the purchase money for said land without any drawback on my estate..beq. to beloved dtr. Molly FitzPatrick and the legal heirs of her body my negroes (2) and also 2 feather beds and furniture also my stock of every kind and household & kitchen furniture, also that she shall pay all debts that may be lawfully rising from my estate, except those mentioned by George and Garland Hardwick...to beloved dtr Peggy Hardwick $.25 to beloved son Garland Hardwick a negro man..beloved grandaughter Cinthia Hardwick FitzPatrick dtr of Rem. & Molly FitzPatrick and the following negroes (4) and should she die (Cinthia) Then to be div. between her lawful brothers and sisters if any..should my dtr. Molly die before grandtr arrives at lawful age or is married, the Exors Hire out negroes for benefit for ad. grandtr. Appt. as Ex. George & Garland Hardwick. Dated 13 Mar 1802 Signed Wm Harwick Wit. ___ Park, Susan Park, Booth FitzPatrick Registered __ Apr. 1803" (SOME GEORGIA COUNTY RECORDS - Lucas, received from Gerry Hill)

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 103, page 263:
Mrs. Birdie Varner SANDERS.
DAR ID Number: 102853
Born in Butts County, Ga. Wife of Bennett C. SANDERS.
Descendant of Sergt. William HARDWICK, as follows:
1. John Clark VARNER (1832-84) m. 1865 Adelaide GORDON (b. 1845).
2. Edward VARNER (1789-1869) m. 2nd 1823 Cynthia FITZPATRICK (1798-1882).
3. Rene FITZPATRICK m. 1797 Mollie HARDWICK.
4. William HARDWICK m. Cynthia PARKER.
William HARDWICK (1730-1802) was a sergeant in the 6th South Carolina regiment, 1776. He was born in South Carolina; died in Greene County, Ga. (Also DAR ID No. 77346.)

"HARDWICK, William Washington Co., Ga." (Georgia's roster of the Revolution,Lucian Lamar Knight, Revolutionary Graves. p. 463)

From Memoirs of Georgia, Vol. II, Atlanta, Ga., pages 821-822, published by The Southern Historical Association in 1895 - Biography (Author: Not named):
"H.V. HARDWICK, a leading and progressive citizen of Conyers, Rockdale Co., Ga., was born in Jasper County, July 14, 1836. The Hardwick's have the distinction of being descended from a noble English family, Mr. HARDWICK'S great-grandfather having been a member of the House of Lords during the reign of the choleric King George III. Just before the War for Independence he was sent to America as a committee of one, to note and report the condition of affairs, with such recommendations as he thought necessary to the interest of England. It does not appear whether he himself was friendly to the colonists. He brought along on the trip, however, three boys: Garland, George and William, the latter of whom concluded to remain in this land of freedom. He married a Miss PARKER, daughter of his father's family physician, and became the progenitor of the HARDWICK family of America. He settled in Washington County, Ga., just before the Revolutionary War, in which he served during the entire seven years on the patriot side. For this he was disinherited and left to the consequences of his choice. William HARDWICK had six sons: Garland, George, Charles, Robert, William and John W. With this family he moved to Jasper County in about 1790, where he died a few years later. John W., his youngest son, married Miss Mary Rivers NALLY, an orphan girl who had lost her father before she was born, and her mother immediately after. She, however, fell into good hands, Judge Hines HOLT having been appointed her guardian, and who gave her every opportunity her means would allow. She became a woman of rare ability and exalted piety. She was a sister of Rev. Richmond NALLY, whose tragic and touching death occurred while on a missionary tour to the early settlers of Louisiana. One bitter cold day, while crossing a swollen stream, he became separated from his horse, and though reaching the bank in safety, got lost, and was found the next morning frozen to death at the foot of a tree, where he had knelt in prayer. Mr. and Mrs. John HARDWICK became the parents of seven children, and after a useful life, died in Jasper County. The gentleman whose name heads this sketch was the third son of this marriage. He was reared on the farm and on account of the financial embarrassment of his father had to depend on his own efforts for an education. Naturally of a retentive mind, and with a love for books, he made rapid progress, and was a matriculate of the University of Georgia, when the Civil War put a stop to his further progress in that line. He left school and joined the army, serving in the ranks till the seven days' fight before Richmond, when he was taken very sick and sent home to die. Recovering his health, he again reported for duty, and was given a detail in the Quartermaster's Department, and was sent to the army of the west. His duties were arduous and dangerous, and he experienced many narrow escapes from the enemy. The close of the war found Mr. HARDWICK almost penniless, but nothing daunted, he began the study of medicine and dentistry. He soon entered the active practice of the latter profession, which he continued for fifteen years with excellent financial success. Since 1891 he has been engaged in handling fertilizers and in farming, both of which he has been quite successful. Mr. HARDWICK married Miss Minnie WARD in 1867, she being the daughter of Maj. P.Z. WARD, of Henry County. She went to her reward in 1883, leaving four children. In 1884 Mr. Hardwick again entered the matrimonial state, being joined to Miss Kate MALLETTE of Thomasville, Ga., and who has borne him four children. In politics Mr. HARDWICK is a staunch democrat, ever ready to help a friend, but asking nothing for himself. As a citizen he is true to every principle of right, and is ever ready to help to advance the public good. He has been an earnest and zealous Methodist since his youth, and has filled all the offices of his church open to laymen - has been a delegate frequently to the district and annual conferences, and has served as Sunday school superintendent for thirty years. He is a strong and vigorous writer and may yet be heard from through the public press, as he has several manuscripts incomplete that will make books of interest and profit."


General Notes: Wife - Kessiah Cynthia PARKER

Keziah is listed by first name only in the Bible of William HARDWICK. Her birth is given there as in 1727 and death on 18 August 1784. She was about 23 years old when she had her first child, and 46 when she had her last child.
"William Garland HARDWICK and mother, Kessiah Cynthia PARKER,
all of Westmorland. Her grandfather was James HARDWICK and grandmother,
Henrietta GARLAND, also all of Westmorland."(John R. Clarke, 12/2003)


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Benjamin F. HARDY and Ellen Lee RICE




Husband Benjamin F. HARDY 4517

         Born: Abt 1878 - Alabama 4517
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Wife Ellen Lee RICE 1743,4517

         Born: Abt 1878 - Alabama 1743
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       Father: William Park RICE (Abt 1851-      ) 1743
       Mother: Lipscomb Taphenas REID (Abt 1852-      ) 1745




Children
1 F Maude HARDY 4517

         Born: Abt 1902 - Lowndes County, Alabama 4517
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2 U HARDY

         Born: Between 1900 and 1910 - Lowndes County, Alabama 4517
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         Died: Bef 1910 4517
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3 F Margaret L. HARDY 4517

         Born: Abt 1908 - Lowndes County, Alabama 4517
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General Notes: Husband - Benjamin F. HARDY

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Pct 10; Series: T624 Roll: 22 Page: 132: 48 49 HARDY Benjamin F. Head M W 38 M1 10 AL AL AL Salesman General store; -- Ella L. Wife F W 32 M1 10 3 2 AL AL AL; -- Maude Dau F W 8 S AL AL AL; -- Margaret L. F W 2 S AL AL AL.
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Hillery HARDY and Mary WEST




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       Father: Arthur Pinkney WEST
       Mother: Rebecca PERRY




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Johnny Lee PIKE and Sybil HARDY




Husband Johnny Lee PIKE

         Born: 19 January 1935 - Heard County, Georgia
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         Died: 25 June 2011 - Heard County, Georgia
       Buried: 28 June 2011


       Father: Isaac M. PIKE (1899-1979) 1394,1395
       Mother: Sarah Lee DANIEL (1907-1991) 108


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1 M Johnny Kim PIKE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Kenneth PIKE (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Johnny Lee PIKE

Mr. Johnny Pike
Obituary
Obituary:
Mr. Johnny Lee Pike, 76, of Franklin, GA passed away at his home on Saturday, June 25, 2011.
Funeral services will be Tuesday, June 28, at 2 p.m. from the Harmony United Methodist Church with the Reverends Bob Moffitt, and Ellis Freeman officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. The family was receiving guests at Tom Stutts and son Funeral Home in Franklin Monday, June 27, from 10 - noon, and 6-8 p.m.
Mr. Pike was born in Franklin, GA on Jan. 19, 1935, son of the late Isaac Pike and Sarah Lee Daniel Pike. He served his country honorably in the United States Army. He was retired from the Franklin Aluminum Company, where he was the traffic manager. He was a faithful member of the Harmony United Methodist Church, a charter member of the Heard County Cattlemen's Association, and a former member of the Heard County Lion's Club. He served the people of Franklin on the Franklin City Council for over 25 years. "Mr. Johnny" enjoyed raising cattle, camping, and NASCAR racing. He always had a smile on his face, loved his family and friends, and believed in a strong work ethic. He will be greatly missed.
He is survived by his wife, Sybil Hardy Pike; two sons, Johnny Kim Pike (Nadine), and Kenny Pike (Jennifer) all of Franklin, GA; two sisters and two brothers-in-law, Inez Abner of Duluth, GA, and Nina Joe Cosper (John) of Franklin, GA, and James Smith of LaGrange, GA; two brothers and one sister-in-law, Wayne Pike of Newnan, GA, and Charlie Pike (Patsy) of Franklin, GA; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
Other than his parents he was preceded in death by two sisters, Agnes Daniel and Dorothy Smith; and three brothers, Wade Pike, Amos Pike, and Hope Pike. Tom Stutts and Son Funeral Home of Franklin, GA in charge of arrangements. [http://www.times-herald.com/obits/pikeobit-1730925]

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Capt. Fermor Robinson HARGROVE, Sr., USA, WWI and Marie MORAN




Husband Capt. Fermor Robinson HARGROVE, Sr., USA, WWI

         Born: 2 April 1893 - Putnam County, Georgia
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         Died: 20 March 1969 - Laurens County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
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Wife Marie MORAN

         Born: 29 March 1895 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 June 1887 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


Children
1 M Lt. Fermor Robinson HARGROVE, Jr., USA, WWII

         Born: Abt 1919 - Georgia
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         Died: 6 April 2012 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Mattie Beall BUTTS 3381



General Notes: Husband - Capt. Fermor Robinson HARGROVE, Sr., USA, WWI

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville, 320 Militia District; Series: T625 Roll: 233 Page: 162:
506 18 19 HARGROVE Furman [sic] Head M W 27 M GA GA GA Merchant Grocery store;
-- Marie Wife F W 24 M GA GA GA;
-- Furman [sic] Jr. M W 1+?/12 S GA GA GA.

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville 9North Part); Series: T626 Roll: 336 Page: 156: Wall Street
704 253 295 HARGOVE Fermor R. Head M W 37 M 25 GA GA GA Merchant Retail Gro;
-- Marie M. Wife F W 35 M 23 GA GA GA;
-- Fermor R. Jr. Son M W 11 S GA GA GA;
-- Marie Dau F W 7 S GA GA GA;
-- Billy Son M W 4 S GA GA GA.

Fermor R HARGROVE died in Laurens County, Georgia on 20 Mar 1969 at age 75. He was a reasident of Baldwin County, Georgia. [Family Search.org: Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998, certificate number: 010365]

Fermor Robinson HARGROVE, Sr. is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, East side, Section G, Lot 64, Person 2, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 13708352 created by Jack Johnson on Mar 23, 2006:

FERMOR R. HARGROVE, SR.
CAPTAIN US ARMY RES
WORLD WAR I
APRIL 2 1893 MARCH 20 1969

The memorial lists his birth in Eatonton, Punam County, Georgia and his death in Dublin, Laurens County, Georgia.


General Notes: Wife - Marie MORAN

Marie MORAN married Fermor Robinson HARGROVE, Jr. about 1918.

Marie is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, East side, Section G, Lot 64, Person 3, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 13708387 created by Jack Johnson on Mar 23, 2006:

MARIE MORAN HARGROVE
MAR. 29, 1895
JUNE 22, 1987

The memorial lists her birth and death in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia.

POSSIBLE FAMILY in 1910:
U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Ward 4, Milledgeville; Series: T624 Roll: 170 Page: 180:
38 47 MORAN William Head M W 50 M1 18 GA GA GA Mill owner Lumber mill;
-- Mollie Wife F W 40 M 1 18 4 4 GA GA GA;
-- Emily Dau F W 17 S GA GA GA;
-- Marie Dau F W 15 S GA GA GA;
-- Alice Dau F W 13 S GA GA GA;
-- William, Jr. Son M W 10 S GA GA GA.

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Phillip Louis HARICH and Jane Hendron YEAGER




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       Father: James Hendrin YEAGER (1913-1998)
       Mother: Mattie Ardenia STUCK




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2 M Christopher Hendron HARICH (details suppressed for this person)

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Jacob R. HARLEY




Husband Jacob R. HARLEY 1555

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1 F Harriet M. HARLEY 1555

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       Spouse: Colonel William Hansford DUNCAN, CSA 1555



General Notes: Husband - Jacob R. HARLEY

Of Barnwell County, South Carolina.
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HARLOW and Sarah Catherine TERRY




Husband HARLOW

         Born: Cir 1905
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Wife Sarah Catherine TERRY 273

         Born: 22 September 1908 - Georgia
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         Died: 5 January 1992 - Newport News City, Virginia
       Buried:  - Peninsula Memorial Park


       Father: John Lucious TERRY (Abt 1859-1950)
       Mother: Sarah VEAL (Abt 1869-1935) 273




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General Notes: Wife - Sarah Catherine TERRY

Sarah Catherine TERRY, called "Kate," married a HARLOW. She is buried in Peninsula Memorial Park Cemetery, Newport News, Virginia, beside her husband, her mother and her father. Her gravestone reads: Sarah Catherine Terry Harlow Sept 22 1908 Jan 5 1992. (Lisa Terry)
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Phillip Jeffery HARMON and Christine Michelle POTTS




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       Father: Danny Lamar POTTS
       Mother: Jacqueline Yvonne NEIGHBORS




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2 F Sophie Elizabeth HARMON (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Aiden James HARMON (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Madelyn Claire HARMON (details suppressed for this person)

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Rich HARMON and Jan HUEBNER




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       Father: John Andrew HUEBNER, Jr., USN, WWII (1926-2007)
       Mother: Myrtle GREGORY




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1 F Julia HARMON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Miranda HARMON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Sgt Walter Thomas WATTS, U.S.A, WWI and Susie Mae HARMON




Husband Sgt Walter Thomas WATTS, U.S.A, WWI 790,792

         Born: 18 January 1896 - Heard County, Georgia 792
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 September 1963 - Troup County, Georgia 792
       Buried: 5 September 1963 - Shadowlawn Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia


       Father: Mathew O. WATTS (1855-1926) 1807
       Mother: Mary C. DANIEL (1858-1925) 1889


     Marriage: 31 January 1925 - Alabama

 Other Spouse: Sara L. LOWERY 792 - After 1919



Wife Susie Mae HARMON 1864

         Born: February 1897 - Alabama 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 September 1946 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: William James HARMON (1874-      )
       Mother: Sarah KNIGHT (1877-      )




Children

General Notes: Husband - Sgt Walter Thomas WATTS, U.S.A, WWI

Walter WATTS, born March 1896, is the son of Matthew and Mary C. WATTS, named in the 1900 census of Carroll County, Georgia. The census shows him born "Mar 1886" and age 4, which indicates he was more likely born in 1896. Robert Frigo, Watts family researcher, provides that Walter Thomas was born 16 Jan 1896 in Heard County, Georgia.

Walter T. Watts married Susie Mae Harmon on 31 January 1925 in Alabama.
Walter was age 29, born in 1896. Susie was age 25, born 1900. ["Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F31K-RQT : accessed 10 Dec 2012), Walter T. Watts and Susie Mae Harmon, 31 Jan 1925.]

Troup County Ga Archives Military Records, List Of White World War I Soldiers From Troup County 1933: Name: Watts, Sergeant Walter T. Serial number: 759,691.
(http://ftp.rootsweb.ancestry.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/troup/military/ww1/other/gmt138listofwh.txt)

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/3DRR-43Z : accessed 10 Dec 2012), Walt Walch, Five Points, Chambers, Alabama; citing enumeration district (ED) 0005, sheet 1B, family 17, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 3.
Walt Walch [sic] Head 33 Georgia
Susie Walch [sic] wife F 31 Alabama
Hazel Walch [sic] daughter F 5 Alabama

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7PT-XR3 : accessed 10 Dec 2012), Walter Watts, La Grange, Militia District 655, Troup, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 141-13, sheet 9B, family 162, NARA digital publication T627, roll 715.
Walter Watts head M 43 Alabama
Susie Watts wife F 42 Alabama
Hazel Watts daughter F 15 Alabama

Susie M. Watts died 3 September 1946 in Troup County, Georgia.

Walter T. Watts died 3 September 1963 at age 67 in Troup County, Georgia. Certificate: 25406. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V49H-W1S : accessed 10 Dec 2012), Walter T Watts, 1963.]

Walter is buried in Shadowlawn Cemetery, LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 98751659:

SARA L. WALTER T.
OCT. 12, 1898 JAN. 18, 1896
[no date] SEPT. 3, 1963

A separate military marker is pictured on his Find A Grave Memorial# 46725775:

WALTER T WATTS
GEORGIA
SGT CO D 17 INFANTRY
WORLD WAR I
JAN 18 1896 SEPT 3 1963


General Notes: Wife - Susie Mae HARMON

Susie M. Watts, born about 1897, died 3 September 1946 at age 49 in Troup County, Georgia. Certificate number: 19418. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V4MT-HHD : accessed 10 Dec 2012), Susie M Watts, 1946.]
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William James HARMON and Sarah KNIGHT




Husband William James HARMON

         Born: July 1874 - Alabama 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: HARMON (      -Bef 1900)
       Mother: Sarah L. --?-- (1853-      ) 1864


     Marriage: 1894



Wife Sarah KNIGHT

         Born: June 1877 - Alabama 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Clara HARMON 1864

         Born: July 1895 - Alabama 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Susie Mae HARMON 1864

         Born: February 1897 - Alabama 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 September 1946 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sgt Walter Thomas WATTS, U.S.A, WWI 790,792
         Marr: 31 January 1925 - Alabama


3 M Marvin HARMON 1864

         Born: December 1899 - Chambers County, Alabama 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Eunice HARMON 4518

         Born: Abt 1902 - Chambers County, Alabama 4518
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Lydia M. HARMON 4518

         Born: Abt 1906 - Chambers County, Alabama 4518
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Willie A. HARMON 4518

         Born: Abt 1907 - Chambers County, Alabama 4518
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 M Thomas J. HARMON 4518

         Born: Abt 1908 - Chambers County, Alabama 4518
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Katie HARMON 2972

         Born: 1910 - Chambers County, Alabama 2972
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 M Joe HARMON 2972

         Born: 1914 - Chambers County, Alabama 2972
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



10 M William HARMON 2972

         Born: 1918 - Troup County, Georgia 2972
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William James HARMON

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Chambers County, Trammel Crosroads; Series: T623 Roll: 6 Page: 74: 168 169 HARMIN [sic*] Wm J. Head W M July 1874 25 M 5 AL GA GA Farmer; -- Sarah Wife W F June 1877 22 M 5 3 3 AL GA GA; -- Clara Dau W F July 1895 4 S AL AL AL; -- Susie Dau W F Feb 1897 3 S AL AL AL; -- Marvin Son W M Dec 1899 5/12 S AL AL AL; -- Sarah L. Mother W F May 1853 47 Wd - 1 1 GA SC SC.[*Indexed as "Harrison" at Heritage Quest. RLD]

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Chambers County, Wise; Series: T624 Roll: 5 Page: 70: 31 31 KNIGHT William B. Head M W 67 M1 47 GA SC GA Farmer General farm; -- Dortha A. Wife F W 69 M1 47 8 6 AL AL GA;
32 32 HARMON William J. Head M W 35 M1 15 AL AL GA Farmer General farm; -- Sarah Wife F W 33 M1 15 8 7 AL GA AL; -- Clara Dau F W 13 S AL AL AL Farm laborer Home farm; -- Susie Dau F W 12 S ALAL AL Farm laborer Home farm; -- Marvin Son M W 10 S AL AL AL Farm laborer Home farm; -- Eunice Dau F W 8 S AL AL AL; -- Lydia M. Dau F W 4 S AL AL AL; -- Willie A. Dau F W 3 S AL AL AL; -- Thomas J. Son M W 1+5/12 S AL AL AL.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Troup County; LaGrange; Series: T625 Roll: 281 Page: 147: 244 80 89 HARMON William James Head M W 45 M AL GA GA Laborer Cotton mill; -- Sarah Wife F W 44 M AL AL AL; -- Susie Dau F W 22 S AL AL AL Spinner Cotton mill; -- Marvin Son M W 20 S AL AL AL Doffer Cotton mill; -- Littie Mae Dau F W 14 S AL AL AL; -- Addie Dau F W 12 S ALAL AL; -- Tomas Son M W 11 S AL AL AL; -- Katie Dau F W 9 S AL AL AL; -- Joe Son M W 5 S AL AL AL; -- William Son M W 1+3/12 S GA AL AL; JONES Jack Boarder M W 33 Div AL AL AL Laborer Cotton mill; -- Thelma Boarder F W 6 S AL AL AL; MERCER Tom Boarder M W 24 M GA GA GA Laborer Cotton mill.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah KNIGHT

In 1910, William B. and Sarah Knight are next door to William J. and Sarah Knight Harmon. Sarah Harmon may be their daughter.
1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Chambers County, Wise; Series: T624 Roll: 5 Page: 70: 31 31 KNIGHT William B. Head M W 67 M1 47 GA SC GA Farmer General farm; -- Dortha A. Wife F W 69 M1 47 8 6 AL AL GA.
32 32 HARMON William J. Head M W 35 M1 15 AL AL GA Farmer General farm; -- Sarah Wife F W 33 M1 15 8 7 AL GA AL; -- Clara Dau F W 13 S AL AL AL Farm laborer Home farm; -- Susie Dau F W 12 S ALAL AL Farm laborer Home farm; -- Marvin Son M W 10 S AL AL AL Farm laborer Home farm; -- Eunice Dau F W 8 S AL AL AL; -- Lydia M. Dau F W 4 S AL AL AL; -- Willie A. Dau F W 3 S AL AL AL; -- Thomas J. Son M W 1+5/12 S AL AL AL.
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Robert Spottsood HARNESBERGER and Amelia NORRIS




Husband Robert Spottsood HARNESBERGER 1128

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Amelia NORRIS 1128

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William NORRIS II (1772-      ) 1128
       Mother: Martha Naomi BOND (Cir 1780-      ) 1128




Children

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Courtney TALBOTT and Elizabeth HARP




Husband Courtney TALBOTT

         Born: 3 September 1804 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 October 1867 - Montgomery County, Indiana
       Buried: 


       Father: Nicholas Reagen TALBOTT (1776-1828)
       Mother: Aria KENNEDY (1781-1861)


     Marriage: 16 December 1830 - Fayette County, Kentucky



Wife Elizabeth HARP

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Nicholas TALBOTT

         Born: 21 October 1831 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1887
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Courtney TALBOTT

"Courtney TALBOTT was described in the W. H. Perrin sketch, mentioned above: "Nicholas and Aria (Kennedy) TALBOTT had a son called Courtney, born September 3, 1804, in Bourbon County. This lad learned shoemaking from his father, all the shoes, as well as all the furniture used by the family, being made at home. Excepting only four months in school, he was also educated at home by his father, while working at the shoe bench or lathe. December 16, 1830, he married Elizabeth HARP..." This marriage is recorded in Fayette County. Courtney moved to Montgomery County, Indiana, where he died on September 11, 1867. He was featured in a biographical sketch in the History of Montgomery County, and this information was included: "His grandfather, Samuel TALBOT, was born in Virginia, March 17, 1756. He married Costantine REAGAN, also a native of Virginia, in 1775. Nicholas TALBOT, the father of the subject of this sketch, was their only son. He removed to Kentucky while young and married Miss Aria KENNEDY..." The 1850 Fayette County, Kentucky, Census gives this information: Courtney TALBOTT 46, Elizabeth 37, Nicholas 19, Elizabeth 17, Emily 15, Margaret 13, Rebecca 11, H. H. (male) 9, Nancy 6, J. W. (male) 1, Rufus 29. According to Edna Whitley, Courtney and Elizabeth had 13 children: Nicholas Reagan TALBOTT, Emily, Elizabeth, John, Margaret, Rebeckah Ashurst TALBOTT, Henry Harpe TALBOTT, Aria Kennedy TALBOTT, Mary Nancy TALBOTT, Benjamin Franklin TALBOTT, Joseph Ware TALBOTT, Alice, and Daniel Webster TALBOTT." (http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyclark3/family/fr018-talbott.htm)
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Leroy LLOYD, Jr. and Sarah Jane HARP




Husband Leroy LLOYD, Jr. 2090

         Born: Abt 1843 - Russell County, Alabama 2710
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 June 1911
       Buried: 


       Father: Pvt Leroy LLOYD, Sr., War of 1812 (Abt 1794-Bef 1860) 2090
       Mother: Catherine BENNETT (1809-After 1880) 359,2090


     Marriage: 21 April 1870 - Bullock County, Alabama



Wife Sarah Jane HARP 359,360

         Born: Abt 1844 - Georgia 360
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Tyra Clement HARP (Abt 1813-      ) 360
       Mother: Susan E. HARRIS (Abt 1817-Bef 1870) 360




Children
1 F Olivia "Ollie" LLOYD 361

         Born: Abt 1872 - Bullock County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Cornilia LLOYD 361

         Born: Abt 1874 - Bullock County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Fonza Eual LLOYD 361

          AKA: Alfonso LOYD 3694
         Born: 15 August 1876 - Bullock County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 August 1963 - Panama City, Bay County, Florida
       Buried:  - Church of Christ, Hamilton Crossroads, near Brundidge, Alabama
       Spouse: Mary Lee DYESS 43,285
         Marr: Abt 1903 - Alabama



General Notes: Husband - Leroy LLOYD, Jr.

Leroy LOYED [LLOYD], age 9, is named in the home of his parents, Leroy and Catherine LOYED in the 1850 census of Russell County, Alabama.

Leroy LLOYD served in the Army of the Confederate States of America as a Private. "Records of Confederate Soldiers of Pike Co., Alabama" lists the following: Pvt. Lee Lloyd - Co. L - 15th AL Infantry - Died near Brundidge in 1911. Matching this record with the date of Leroy LLOYD's death and place of burial confirms this is his service record . A James Lloyd was listed in this same company, he also survived the war... The 15th AL Infantry was composed of men from Pike, Barbour, Coffee, Dale & Henry counties... Co. L was organized at Perote (then in Pike Co.)... This regiment fought in 48 battles, one of which was the struggle for Little Round Top at the Battle of Gettysburg, PA in July 1863 ... This account was well documented in the movie "Gettysburg"...

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Bullock County, Perote P O; Series: M593 Roll: 4 Page: 57:
53 53 ALLBRITTON Lanier 65 M W Farmer 3000 300 GA; -- Catherine 62 F W Keeping house GA; LLOYD Joseph 21 M W Farm laborer AL; -- Mary 18 F W AL.
54 54 -- [LLOYD] Leroy 25 M W Farmer --- 200 AL; -- Sarah 24 F W Keeping house GA; -- Jeremiah 23 M W Farmer --- 260 AL.
Four households away is Sarah's father Tyre HARP:
50 50 HARP Tyre 57 M W Farmer 1000 200 GA; -- Sydney 19 M W Farm laborer GA; -- Evelina 15 F W GA; BLUE Rebecca 35 F W GA; -- David 10 M W GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Bullock County, Perote; Series: T9 Roll: 4 Page: 289: 50 LLOYD Leroy W M 37 Farmer AL NC NC; -- Sarah W F 34 Wife Keeps house GA GA GA; -- Ollie W F 8 Dau AL GA AL; -- Cornelia W F 6 AL GA AL; -- Fonza W M 4 Son AL GA AL; REYNOLDS Ella W F 27 Servant Works farm LA AL AL; -- Joe Mu M 4 AL LA AL.
Nearby:
Sarah's father:
41 HARP Tyre W M 70 [no marriage status] Farmer GA GA GA;
BLUE Rebeca [sic] W F 47 Dau Keeps house GA GA GA;
BLUE David W M 19 GrSon ____ AL -- GA;
Sarah's brother:
42 HARP Sidney W M 27 Farmer GA GA GA;
Catherine W F 24 Wife Keeps house AL GA --;
-- Charles W M 5 Son AL GA AL;
-- Arthur[?] W M 2 Son AL -- --;
-- Clara W F 2/12 W F Dau AL -- --.
Leroy's brother and mother:
Page 290 Line 8 LOYD Joseph W M 27 S Farmer AL NC NC;
ALBRITTEN Catharine W F 70 Mother Wd NC NC NC;
LEWIS Sarah W F 37 Sister Wd Keeps house AL NC NC.

The 1910 census shows Loyd, Lee, 68, widowed, living in the home of his son, Alfonso LOYD, in Pike County, Alabama.
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Tyra Clement HARP and Susan E. HARRIS




Husband Tyra Clement HARP 360

         Born: Abt 1813 - Georgia 360
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 10 October 1832 - Stewart County, Georgia



Wife Susan E. HARRIS 360

         Born: Abt 1817 360
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1870 359
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Rebecca HARP 359

         Born: Abt 1835 - Georgia 359
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: BLUE 359
         Marr: Bef 1860


2 F Sarah Jane HARP 359,360

         Born: Abt 1844 - Georgia 360
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Leroy LLOYD, Jr. 2090
         Marr: 21 April 1870 - Bullock County, Alabama


3 M Joseph Sidney HARP 359,360

         Born: Abt 1851 - Georgia 359
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Catherine --?-- 361
         Marr: Abt 1874


4 F Susan E. C. HARP 360

         Born: Abt 1853 - Georgia 360
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Evelina HARP 359

         Born: Abt 1855 - Georgia 359
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Tyra Clement HARP

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Pike County, Perote P O, July 14, 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 21 Page: 263: 603 610 Tyra HARP 47 - M W Farmer --- 785 GA; Susan E. " 43 F W GA; Sarah J. " 15 F W GA; Joseph S. " 8 M W GA; Susan E. C. " 6 F W GA. Four homes away at 614 is Allen HARP, 35, born GA, and family, possibly Tyra's brother?
Eight homes away lives Catherine LLOYD and her son, Leroy, who would marry Sarah J. HARP in 1870.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Bullock County, Perote P O; Series: M593 Roll: 4 Page: 57: 50 50 HARP Tyre 57 M W Farmer 1000 200 GA; -- Sydney 19 M W Farm laborer GA; -- Evelina 15 F W GA; BLUE Rebecca 35 F W GA; -- David 10 M W GA.
Four households away is Tyre's daughter Sarah LLOYD:
54 54 -- [LLOYD] Leroy 25 M W Farmer --- 200 AL; -- Sarah 24 F W Keeping house GA; -- Jeremiah 23 M W Farmer --- 260 AL.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Bullock County, Perote; Series: T9 Roll: 4 Page: 289:
41 HARP Tyre W M 70 [no marriage status] Farmer GA GA GA;
BLUE Rebeca [sic] W F 47 Dau Keeps house GA GA GA;
BLUE David W M 19 GrSon ____ AL -- GA;
Next door, Tyra's son:
42 HARP Sidney W M 27 Farmer GA GA GA;
Catherine W F 24 Wife Keeps house AL GA --;
-- Charles W M 5 Son AL GA AL;
-- Arthur[?] W M 2 Son AL -- --;
-- Clara W F 2/12 W F Dau AL -- --.
Nearby, Tyra's daughter Sarah:
50 LLOYD Leroy W M 37 Farmer AL NC NC; -- Sarah W F 34 Wife Keeps house GA GA GA; -- Ollie W F 8 Dau AL GA AL; -- Cornelia W F 6 AL GA AL; -- Fonza W M 4 Son AL GA AL; REYNOLDS Ella W F 27 Servant Works farm LA AL AL; -- Joe Mu M 4 AL LA AL.
Leroy's brother and mother:
Page 290 Line 8 LOYD Joseph W M 27 S Farmer AL NC NC;
ALBRITTEN Catharine W F 70 Mother Wd NC NC NC;
LEWIS Sarah W F 37 Sister Wd Keeps house AL NC NC.
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HARPER and Lucretia TUCKER




Husband HARPER 129

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1784



Wife Lucretia TUCKER 129

         Born: 23 December 1759
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Wood TUCKER, Sr. (1726-1784)
       Mother: Milly T. HARPER (Abt 1727-Abt 1783)




Children

General Notes: Husband - HARPER

John Robert TUCKER, Lucy Tucker HARPER's brother, named a son Harper TUCKER.


General Notes: Wife - Lucretia TUCKER

Called "Lucy", birth: 23 Dec 1759 - http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gonefishin&id=I42276.
Lucy TUCKER is named in the 1783 LW&T of her father, Wood TUCKER, Sr. of Richland County, South Carolina.
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James Carroll RAINSFORD and Alice Keyes HARPER




Husband James Carroll RAINSFORD 3367

         Born: 26 March 1900 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3367
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 February 1972 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas Hobbs RAINSFORD (1861-1932) 2614,3367
       Mother: Martha Juliet NICHOLSON (1866-1962) 1130,2614,3367


     Marriage: 22 November 1924



Wife Alice Keyes HARPER

         Born: 9 May 1905 - Lowndesville, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 July 1969 - Augusta, Georgia
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Thomas Hobbs RAINSFORD

         Born: 29 March 1926
   Christened: 
         Died: 1977
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth CARTER (living)


2 F Bessie Harper RAINSFORD

         Born: 18 July 1927 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 January 1928 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 



3 F Martha Allen RAINSFORD (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Walter Allen REISER, Jr. (living)



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Burton Robert HARPER and Charity Ruth Wofford SMITH




Husband Burton Robert HARPER 1609

         Born: March 1850 - Georgia 1469
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 November 1911 - Hancock County, Georgia 1612
       Buried: 


       Father: John C. HARPER (      -      )
       Mother: Hespatia Ann BINION (      -      )


     Marriage: Bef 1880



Wife Charity Ruth Wofford SMITH 1609,1610

          AKA: Caroline Wofford SMITH 2795
         Born: Abt 1851 - Hancock County, Georgia 2795
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 July 1935 1612
       Buried: 


       Father: William C. SMITH (Abt 1812-Bef 1880)
       Mother: Martha Ann Davis BURTON (Abt 1827-1910) 173,3339




Children
1 F Rosa HARPER 1609

         Born: Abt 1874 - Hancock County, Georgia 1609
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Sallie HARPER 1609

         Born: June 1880 - Hancock County, Georgia 1609
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Glenn Alvin HARPER 1469,1608

         Born: October 1883 - Hancock County, Georgia 1469
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mattie --?-- 1608
         Marr: Abt 1907


4 F Myrtle HARPER 1469

         Born: June 1886 - Hancock County, Georgia 1469
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Burton Robert HARPER

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 113 Militia Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 150 Page: 178:
249 249 HARPER Birt W M 29 M Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Charity W F 23 Wife Keeping house GA GA GA;
-- Rosa W F 6 Dau S GA GA GA;
-- Sallie W F 4/30 June Dau GA GA GA.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 101 Militia Dist; Series: T623 Roll: 203 Page: 15:
251 258 HARPER Burton Head W M Mar 1850 50 M 28 GA GA GA Farmer;
-- Charity Wife W F Jan 1856 44 M 28 4 2 GA GA GA;
-- Alva Son W M Oct 1883 16 S GA GA GA School;
-- Myrtle Dau W F June 1886 13 S GA GA GA School.
Two homes away is the David L. and Mary BUTTS family.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 101 Militia Dist; Series: T624 Roll: 197 Page: 2:
22 22 HARPER Burt R. Head M W 61 M1 35 GA GA GA Farmer General;
-- Charity W. Wife F W 62 M1 35 4 3 GA GA GA.
Next door:
23 23 HARPER Glen A. Head [written over Son] M W 24 M1 3 GA GA GA Farmer General farm;
-- Mattie Wife F W 21 M1 3 2 2 GA GA GA;
-- Isaac Son M W 2 GA GA GA;
-- Glenn Son M W 1 GA GA GA.

Burton HARPER died 28 November 1911.
Dec 1, 1911 - Milledgeville News, Society Section, p. 7:
MR. BURT HARPER DEAD
Mr. Burt Harper of Deveraux died at his home Monday afer a short illness. He was a Brother of Mr. John Harper of this city and he is survived by his wife and one son. Friends of the familly extend sympathy in their hour of sorrow. [http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/hancock/obits/h/harper12921ob.txt]

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 101 Militia Dist; Series: T625 Roll: 258 Page: 80:
Public Road to Devereaux Fm 155 155 HARPER G. Alvin Head M W 35 M GA GA GA Farmer General farm;
-- Mattie Wife F W 34 M GA GA GA;
-- Ike Son M W 13 S GA GA GA;
-- Glenn Son M W 10 S GA GA GA;
-- Burt Son M W 8 S GA GA GA;
-- Mary Dau F W 6 S GA GA GA.
Next door:
Fm 156 156 HARPER Mrs. Charity F W 68 Wd GA GA GA Farmer General farm.


General Notes: Wife - Charity Ruth Wofford SMITH

"I am a descendant of William Crawsby SMITH- through his daughter Charity Ruth Woffard Smith who married Burton Robert Harper. My GG Grandmother was Charity Ruth Smith- She married Burton Robert Harper... Charity is listed as Caroline in the 1860-Hancock County, census and then as Carrie W. in the 1870 Census." [Julia White, Pensacola Florida, 28 March 2010]

The 1900 census provides an alternate birth date of Jan 1856.
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Thomas HUNT II and Frances Ann HARPER




Husband Thomas HUNT II 2624

         Born: Abt 1700 - Albemarle Parish, Surry, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 July 1759 - Albemarle Parish, Sussex, Virginia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1732



Wife Frances Ann HARPER

         Born: Abt 1714 - Albemarle Parish, Surry, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1757 - Albemarle Parish, Sussex, Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: William HARPER (      -      )
       Mother: Frances WYATT (      -      )




Children
1 M Capt. Judkins HUNT, Sr., RS-VA 2624

         Born: Cir 1750
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 5 January 1818 - Hancock County, Georgia 2581
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha BATTE 2624
         Marr: Abt 26 December 1769 - Brunswick County, Virginia 2624


2 F Sarah HUNT

         Born: Abt 1754
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1807 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas Clements BUTTS 663
         Marr: 23 September 1776 - Brunswick County, Virginia


3 F Anne HUNT

         Born: Cir 1756 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 August 1813 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Dixon HALL, Sr.
         Marr: 5 January 1775 - Brunswick County, Virginia



General Notes: Husband - Thomas HUNT II

of Bath Parish, Dinwiddie County, Virginia circa 1769.


General Notes: Wife - Frances Ann HARPER

Thomas Hunt's (Jr.) 1st., wife was Frances Ann Harper (not Goodwin/Goodwyn) and the mother of Capt. Judkins Hunt, Sr., "R.W.S." (m. Martha Batte). Frances Ann Harper's father William Harper, Sr. (m. Frances Wyatt) had stated it was his wish for his daughter to have Moses (Johnson) as her "slave." According to Capt. Judkins Hunt's will (dtd.: 12 Dec. 1817; prob.: 05 Jan. 1818), "I wish Moses (Johnson) to live where he pleases, as he is old and has been a faithful servant." [ Carol Garrett, Chamblee, Georgia, email, May 14, 2010]
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Glenn A. HARPER and Hester OVERTON




Husband Glenn A. HARPER 1608

         Born: 1 September 1909 - Hancock County, Georgia 1608,1611
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 February 1980 1611
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: Glenn Alvin HARPER (1883-      ) 1469,1608
       Mother: Mattie --?-- (Abt 1889-      ) 1608


     Marriage: 



Wife Hester OVERTON 1611

         Born: 21 June 1919 1611
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 August 2006 - Palm Beach County, Florida
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: ANDERSON

 Other Spouse: ANDERSON


Children

General Notes: Husband - Glenn A. HARPER

Glenn A. HARPER is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. His shared headstone, pictured at Find A Grave Memorial #1501874, created by Jack Johnson on Jul 23, 2006, reads:

GLENN A. HESTER O.
SEPT. 1, 1909 Jun. 21, 1919
Feb. 12, 1980
HARPER


General Notes: Wife - Hester OVERTON

Hester OVERTON married second Glenn Alvin HARPER. They resided in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. After Glenn's death, Hester removed to West Palm Beach, Florida where she married third the brother of her first husband. Although Hester O." is named on a shared headstone with Glenn A. HARPER in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, she is not buried there. [Julia White, Pensacola, Florida, 30 March 2010]

Obituary: HESTER HARPER ANDERSON -87 years old, of Lake Worth, FL, died on Thursday, August 31, 2006 at Hospice of Palm Beach County. Born in Columbia, North Carolina, a daughter of Curtis E. and Hortense Walker Overton, she was a resident of the Palm Beach area from the 1920's until the early 1960's. Mrs. Anderson then moved to Milledgeville, Georgia where she resided for nearly twenty years before returning to South Florida. She is survived by her daughter, Marilyn Ganim of Lake Worth, FL; a granddaughter, Elaina Ganim of Brooklyn, NY; and two nephews, Rodger Hoofnagle of West Palm Beach, FL, and Frank Hoofnagle of Merritt Island, FL. A Memorial Service for Mrs. Anderson was held on Sunday, September 3, 2006. Those planning an expression of sympathy may contribute in her memory to: Hospice of Palm Beach County 5300 East Avenue, West Palm Beach, Florida 33407. Quattlebaum Funeral & Cremation Services [http://findarticles.com/p/news-articles/palm-beach-post/mi_8163/is_20060904/funeral-notices/ai_n51927001/]

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Lewis NEWSOME and Helen HARPER




Husband Lewis NEWSOME (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Elbert NEWSOME (1892-      )
       Mother: Malinda McCOY (1897-1985)


     Marriage: 



Wife Helen HARPER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Children

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Samuel Randolph JAQUES, Jr. and Kathleen HARPER




Husband Samuel Randolph JAQUES, Jr.

         Born: 3 December 1881 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 August 1950
       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia
     Marriage: Bef 27 December 1921



Wife Kathleen HARPER

          AKA: Catherine HARPER 2796
         Born: 19 August 1890 - Hancock County, Georgia 2796
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 January 1970 - Bibb County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Bibb County, Georgia


       Father: Pvt. Alfred Presley HARPER, CSA (1845-1911) 2796
       Mother: Candalier Burton BUTTS (1847-1932) 277,1914,2796,2797




Children

General Notes: Husband - Samuel Randolph JAQUES, Jr.

On 12 September 1918, Samuel Randolph Jaques, born 3 December 1881, age 36, registered for the draft in Macon City, Georgia. He resided at 221 Forsyth St, Macon, Georgia, and worked as a munfacturer for Juliette Milling Co. His nearest relative was Mrs. Kathleen H. Jaques of the same address. Samuel was described as being of medium build and height with brown eyes and hair.
["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database with images, https://familysearch.org/FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KZZX-27G : accessed 25 August 2015), Samuel Randolph Jaques, 1917-1918; citing Macon City no 1, Georgia, United States, NARA microfilm publication M1509 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,557,085.]

"United States Census, 1920," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MJ8Z-WPM : accessed 25 August 2015), S Randolph Jaques Jr. in household of S R Jaques, Macon Ward 3, Bibb, Georgia, United States; citing sheet 2A, family 22, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,820,236.
S R Jaques Head M 80 NJ
Eleanor H Jaques Wife F 60 GA
S Randolph Jaques Jr. Son M 38 GA
Kathleen H Jaques Dau-in-law F 28 GA
Constance J Wadley Dau F 28 GA
Constance Jaques Wadley GrDau F 4 GA
Elizabeth N Pocock Friend F 59 England
Marie Clarand Employee F 42 France
Hattie Jordan Servant F 51 GA

Randolph JAQUES of Macon, Georgia is named as Kathleen Harper's husband in the obituaries of her brother and sister in 1921 and 1922.

"United States Census, 1930," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:392S-V2M : accessed 25 August 2015), Kathleen H Jaques in household of S Randolph Jaques, East Macon, Bibb, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0052, sheet 12B, family 21, line 80, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 339; FHL microfilm 2,340,074.
S Randolph Jaques Head M 49 GA
Kathleen H Jaques Wife F 37 GA

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K72K-GXV : accessed 25 August 2015), Kathleen Jacques in household of Randolph Jacques, Militia District 514, Bibb, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 11-64, sheet 20B, family 446, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 642.
Randolph Jacques Head M 58 GA [Occupation blank]
Kathleen Jacques Wife F 48 GA [Occupation blank]
On 1 April 1935, this couple resided in the same house.

Samuel Randolph Jaques is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56199935:

SAMUEL RANDOLPH
JAQUES, JR.
DEC. 3, 1881
AUG. 10, 1950


General Notes: Wife - Kathleen HARPER

Kathleen Harper is listed in the 12 October 1911 obituary of her father, Alfred P. Harper. Kathleen married Samuel Randolph Jaques, Jr. Her husband died in 1950. Census records, 1920 to 1940, do not list any children with this couple.

Kathleen H Jaques died 29 January 1970 in Bibb County, Georgia at age 79. ["Georgia Death Index, 1933-1998," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V43X-RM6 : accessed 25 August 2015), Kathleen H Jaques, 29 Jan 1970; from "Georgia Deaths, 1919-98," database, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : 2001); citing Bibb, Georgia, certificate number 002474, Georgia Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

. She is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56199649:

KATHLEEN HARPER
WIFE OF
SAMUEL RANDOLPH
JAQUES, JR.
JAN. 29, 1970

The memorial lists her birth on 19 August 1890 in Hancock County, Georgia and her death in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. Alpheus Presley Harper (1836-1905) no memorial found
Candilier Bert Butts Harper (1847-1933) no memorial found
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Wood TUCKER, Sr. and Milly T. HARPER




Husband Wood TUCKER, Sr.

         Born: 29 May 1726 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1784 - South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Joseph Tudor TUCKER, Sr. (Abt 1688-1768)
       Mother: Martha COLSON (1688-1747)


     Marriage: 27 January 1744



Wife Milly T. HARPER

         Born: Abt 1727 - Sussex County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1783
       Buried: 


       Father: William HARPER (      -      )
       Mother: Frances WYATT (      -      )




Children
1 M 1st Lt. David TUCKER, RS-SC 129

         Born: Cir 1746
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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2 M Robert TUCKER 129

         Born: Cir 1748
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Wood TUCKER, Jr. 129

         Born: 10 May 1751 - Prince George County, Virginia 128
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 October 1817 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha THREEWITS 2665


4 F Lucretia TUCKER 129

         Born: 23 December 1759
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: HARPER 129
         Marr: Bef 1784



General Notes: Husband - Wood TUCKER, Sr.

Early land owners in Richland County, South Carolina: "TUCKER, Wood (300; Feb 11, 1771). McCord's Ferry Road. Richard SHINGLETON, Theophilus HILL."
Wood's contributions to the Revolutionary War is documented as "Provisions delivered to Col. Wade HAMPTON, and horse taken by Col. Myddleton. Sworn to before Wm MEYER. Collected by David TUCKER."
An abstract of the LW&T of Wood TUCKER: Under Wills in Camden Relating to Richland County: "Box 69, No. 2480. TUCKER, Wood, Sr. Will, February 8, 1783-May 7, 1784. Wit.: Ludwell EVANS, John DICKEY, David TUCKER. Wife: Milley. Sons: David, Robert, Wood. Dau.: Lucy, m. HARPER." (History of Richland County South Carolina, p. 215.)


Notes: Marriage

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/Bible/34926/0038.tiff
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Presley HARPER and Elizabeth M. HARTON




Husband Presley HARPER

         Born: 3 March 1804 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 May 1850 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: William HARPER
       Mother: Mary INGRAM


     Marriage: 19 December 1829 - Hancock County, Georgia



Wife Elizabeth M. HARTON

         Born: Abt 1810
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 April 1846 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Pvt. Alfred Presley HARPER, CSA 2796

          AKA: Alpheus P. HARPER 3385
         Born: December 1845 - Georgia 2796
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 October 1911 - Georgia 3387
       Buried:  - Harper Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia
       Spouse: Candalier Burton BUTTS 277,1914,2796,2797
         Marr: Abt 1868


2 M Wilkins J. HARPER, CSA

         Born: 20 October 1838 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 November 1919 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth HITCHCOCK 2307
         Marr: December 1866


3 F Sarah Ann Elizabeth HARPER

         Born: 1833
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 July 1853
       Buried: 
       Spouse: George M. BURTON
         Marr: 7 June 1849 - Hancock County, Georgia



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Thomas H. HARPER and Elizabeth Jordan Whitehead TAYLOR




Husband Thomas H. HARPER

         Born: Cir 1812
   Christened: 
         Died: 1843 - Macon County, Alabama
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 1837 - Harris County, Georgia 4298



Wife Elizabeth Jordan Whitehead TAYLOR

          AKA: Emily W. FLANNEGAN 4297
         Born: 1821 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Swepson TAYLOR (1796-1854)
       Mother: Sarah T. MITCHELL (cal 1801-1833)



 Other Spouse: Christopher C. FLANNEGAN 4297 - Bef 21 January 1859


Children
1 M Swepson T. HARPER 4297

         Born: Abt 1838 - Alabama 4297
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Jackson HARPER 4297

         Born: Abt 1840 - Alabama 4297
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Jordan Whitehead TAYLOR

"Elizabeth Jordan Whitehead TAYLOR, b. 1821, Oglethorpe Co. [Georgia] died abt 1880 Opelika, Alabama, married 1st Thomas H. HARPER abt. 1837. He died 1843 in Auburn Ala. Elizabeth was "Lizzie Harper" in my Letters, during the 1840's. She married Christopher C. FLANNEGAN, a school teacher b. in Ireland." [David Leon "Tuck" Wilson, III]
"Elizabeth FLANNEGAN Daughter of Swepson TAILOR who married Sarah MITCHELL now deceasd Residing Auburn Macon County Ala" [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]
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Wilkins J. HARPER, CSA and Elizabeth HITCHCOCK




Husband Wilkins J. HARPER, CSA

         Born: 20 October 1838 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 November 1919 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Presley HARPER (1804-1850)
       Mother: Elizabeth M. HARTON (Abt 1810-1846)


     Marriage: December 1866



Wife Elizabeth HITCHCOCK 2307

         Born: 30 September 1843 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 January 1938 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: James M. HITCHCOCK (Abt 1810-After 1880) 2588,3052
       Mother: Ann BOYER (Abt 1822-Bef 1880) 3052




Children
1 F Bessie Mae HARPER

         Born: 28 December 1876 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 January 1954 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James Harvey ARCHER
         Marr: 13 November 1899 - Hancock County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - Wilkins J. HARPER, CSA

Starrville, Smith County, Texas, 30 Jan 1861
To Wilkins J. Harper
My Dear Cousin, I have been thinking for a long while that I would respond to yur kind epistle of December last, but I have been so very busy, I have not had time to write to any of my relatives. My business has been of such an nature that it requires all of my attention. I commensed to bild me a office last November and I have just had it completed and have moved into it &c.
Cousin Wilkins I am happy to say that we are all highly pleased with Texas. It is true we have had some pretty hard times since we have been here, but time here at this times is a little better than I anticipated they could be. Corn can be had at $1.50 one dollar and a half per bushel. Pork plenty at 4 to 5 cts. Texas is undobtly the greatest country I ever lived in. the mast this
year or rather last year was suffiscient to fatten all the hogs in the country
without feeding one grain of corn to them. Pop killed as fine hogs out of the woods this winter as I ever saw him kill in Georgia where he had to fatten them on corn &c.
Mr. John Graybill and lady was very much put out with Texas until just recently and now they are beginning to like very much. The Graybills has a very fine farm. I think as fine as any man in his vicinity. his plantation is lying (?) two (?) miles west of old Henry Sanfords plantation.
Cousin William F. [Fraly] Bass reached home safe and sound and he is highly delighted with this country. Fraly is teeching school in Starrville. He is assisting a gentleman by the name of Baxter and they have a very large school.
Cousin [John]Benjamine Bass is farming alone this year. he is living about eight miles from Uncle Ingram [BASS], and about the same distance from this place. Pop has moved to Starrville so he can send his children to school to Brother Levi. he is teeching here again this year and he has a very fine school indeed. He has Cousin Sallie McGilvary assisting him in his school. Tell Uncle Wyatt that Grandma makes Uncle Ingram her home and that she is very well and as much pleased with the country as any one living here.
Tell Uncle Wyatt that I wrote to him and Aunt Ruthy long since and that I am anxious waiting a response to my letter.
Cousin Fraly told us that the most of our friends and relatives in old Hancock think that we are not pleased with Texas. this is all a mystike for we would not be back there to make that our home for a great deal.
I am sure for this is a much easier country to live in than middle Georgia. if
the people of Texas only had railroad facilities like you have in Georgia it
would in my immiaganation be the greatest country extant.
Cousin as regards society in eastin Texas it cant be surpassed easily. I need
not write you this for you have been here and have seen for your self &c.
Cousin Tully Choice is teeching School this year again at the same place where he taught last year.
Cousin I know of nothing further to write you at this time only there is a great
deal of excitement here about the secession of the Southern States. I have
heard that your State has Seceeded and Texas will in a few days &c.
I must close by saying to you that this letter leaves me and remainder of our
family well and the remainder of our connections so far as I have learned and
they all join me in love to you all. Write to me soon and let me here all the
news you have write what has become of my dogs &c
Nothing moor but remain as ever your affectionate Cousin
Excuse all mystakes as I am in a great hury.
James Willcoxon
To His cousin W. J. Harper
Island Creek
Hancock Co. Georgia
[http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/hancock/history/harperwj.txt]

"Harper, Wilkins J. Enlisted as a private in Co. E, 15th Regiment Ga. Inf. July 15, 1861. Discharged, disability, October 28, 1861. Enlisted as a private in Co. 1, 59th Regiment Ga. Inf. May 7, 1862. Appears last on roll for June 16, 1862. Pension records show he was transferred to Talbot's Scouts and surrendered at Milledgeville, Ga. April 1865. (Born in Hancock County, Ga. October 20, 1838.)" (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/hancock/military/civilwar/rosters/coi59reg.txt)

"Harper, Wilkins J.- private July 15, 1861. Discharged, disability, October 28, 1861. Enlisted as a private in Co. I, 59th Regiment Ga. Inf. May 7, 1862. Appears last on roll for June 16, 1862. Pension records show he was transferred to Talbot's Scouts and surrendered at Milledgeville, Ga. April 1865. (Born in Hancock County, Ga. October 20,1838.)" (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/hancock/military/civilwar/rosters/coe15reg.txt)
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William HARPER and Mary INGRAM




Husband William HARPER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary INGRAM (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Children
1 M Presley HARPER

         Born: 3 March 1804 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 May 1850 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth M. HARTON
         Marr: 19 December 1829 - Hancock County, Georgia



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William HARPER and Frances WYATT




Husband William HARPER

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Frances WYATT

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Milly T. HARPER

         Born: Abt 1727 - Sussex County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1783
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Wood TUCKER, Sr.
         Marr: 27 January 1744


2 F Frances Ann HARPER

         Born: Abt 1714 - Albemarle Parish, Surry, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1757 - Albemarle Parish, Sussex, Virginia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas HUNT II 2624
         Marr: Abt 1732



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Joshua Elbert SOULÉ and Jo D. HARRELL




Husband Joshua Elbert SOULÉ

         Born: 9 April 1977 - Tarrant County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 June 2016 - Hill County, Texas
       Buried:  - Blanton Cemetery, Hill County, Texas


       Father: James Alton SOULÉ (1946-1995)
       Mother: Barbara Ann DANIEL


     Marriage: 



Wife Jo D. HARRELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Katelyn SOULÉ (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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2 F Whittney René SOULÉ (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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3 F Jolyn May SOULÉ (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Joshua Elbert SOULÉ

Joshua Elbert Soule, son of James Alton Soule and Barbara Ann Daniel, was born 9 April 1977 in Tarrant County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VDJ8-S1V : accessed 24 Jun 2014), Joshua Elbert Soule, 09 Apr 1977; from "Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997," index and images, Ancestry.com; citing Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997, (Texas: Texas Department of State Health Services).]

"(Josh) married Jo D (Jody) Harrell from Canton, TX and have Kaitlynn, Whittney, and Jolynn May." [Joey Ann Hays, April 2016]

Obituary: Joshua Elbert Soule, 39, of Itasca passed away Thursday, June 16, 2016. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 22, 2016, at the Marshall & Marshall Funeral Directors Chapel in Hillsboro with Rev. David Bristow of New Life Baptist Church in Covington officiating. Burial will follow at Blanton Cemetery. A visitation will be held from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m Tuesday, June 21, at the funeral home. Born April 9, 1977 in Fort Worth, Josh was the son of James and Barbara (Daniel) Soulé. He grew up in Osceola and attended Covington and Itasca schools. He earned an Associates degree from Lincoln Tech in 1998. On Octoer 12 1996, Josh was united in marriage to Jodi Horrell. He had worked as a mechanic for Union Pacific Railroad for the past 3 1/2 years. In his spare time, Josh enjoyed fishing and "getting his boat into the water." Josh was preceded in death by his father, James Soulé. He is survived by his wife, Jodi Soulé of Itasca; his mother, Barbara Soulé of Itasca; children, Katelyn, Whittney, and JoLyn Soulé and wife, Amy, brothers, Judd Soulé and wife, Karie, of Hillsboro, Jeremy Soulé and wife Amy,of Arkansas, Jacob Soulé of Whitney, Justin Soulé and wife, Kama, of Hillsboro, Jared Soulé and Joseph Soulé, both of Cleburne, and Jules Soulé of Itasca; sister Joey Hays and Husband, Darryl, of Granbury. Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice.
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Moses PARK and Susan HARRELL




Husband Moses PARK

         Born: 1803 4519
   Christened: 
         Died: 1863 4519
       Buried:  - Peavine Cemetery, Walker County, Georgia


       Father: James PARK (1785-1866)
       Mother: Martha YANDELL (1785-1851)


     Marriage: 21 February 1828



Wife Susan HARRELL 4519

         Born: 1807 4519
   Christened: 
         Died: 1891 4519
       Buried:  - Peavine Cemetery, Walker County, Georgia


Children

General Notes: Husband - Moses PARK

Moses PARK moved from Putnam County to Crawford County GA by 1830.


Notes: Marriage

Walker-Catoosa County GaArchives Bible Records.....Moses Park Bible
[http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/walker/bibles/bb32mosespar.txt]

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