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ALLENTOWN - Dorothy Virginia Atwell, 79, of Turkey Creek Road, died Wednesday at her residence. -Services will be held Saturday, December 9, 2006 at 2P.M. in the Chapel of Macon Memorial Park Funeral Home in Macon. Burial will be in Macon Memorial Park Cemetery. Rev. Billy Wicker, Rev. Tim Long, and Rev. Curtis West will officiate. -Mrs. Atwell, was born in Lincoln County, Arkansas, the daughter of the late Oscar Lee and Pearl Seagraves Flynn. She was a past President of the PTA at Danville Elementary School. Mrs. Atwell was a member of the Macon Garden Club and the Macon Motor Boat Club. She was a Brownie Scout Troop Leader and was a member of the Allentown United Methodist Church. -Survivors include her Husband, George D. Atwell of Allentown; Daughters, Jenice Bassett of Rockledge, FL and Francine Atwell of Allentown; Brothers, Frank Flynn of Allentown and Lee Flynn of Granbury, TX; Grandson, Jeremy Bassett of Cocoa, FL; and Great Granddaughter, Abigal Bassett of Cocoa, FL. -The family will receive friends from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Friday in Reece Funeral Home in Jeffersonville and from 12:30 to 2:00 P.M. Saturday in the Chapel of Macon Memorial Park Funeral Home in Macon. -Reece Funeral Home in Jeffersonville has charge of arrangements.
Published in The Telegraph on 12/8/2006.
|Flynn, Dorothy Virginia (I2576)
City directory for Macon 1888, Works at Bibb Mill No 2, Boards at 733 Hawthorn St.
1900 census living with Sarah Keel Atwell, named Sarah Freeman
|Atwell, Sarah Anna E. (I2588)
City directory for Macon 1888, Works at Bibb Mill No 2, Boards at 733 Hawthorn St.
|Atwell, George Dorris Sr. (I357)
City directory for Macon 1888, Works at Bibb Mill No 2, Boards at 733 Hawthorn St. 1930 worked for Macon fire Dept. Number 2 Truck at Monroe St. and Washington Ave.
|Atwell, James William (I355)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Private (I1032)
Funeral Services for Mrs. Lillie Edith Thomas, 80, a resident of Tampa, were held Saturday at the Mary Belle Baptist Church, with the Rev. M.A. Tidwell, pastor of the Live Oak Advent Christian Church, officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery under the direction of James B. Daniels Funeral Home. Mrs. Thomas, a native of Hamilton County, had resided in Tampa for the past several years. She was a member of the Falmouth Advent Christian Church. Surviving are seven daughters; Mrs. B.F. Brookins, Live Oak, Mrs. Mae Simmons, Tampa, Mrs. Zelia Blankenship, Chicago, ILL., Mrs. Lelia Dunn, Bartow, Mrs. Annie Kersey, Palm Harbor, and Mrs. Celia Chauncey and Mrs. Lucille Guilliame, St. Petersburg; three sons, Early B. Thomas, Clearwater, Efird M. Thomas, Starke, and James E. Thomas, Orlando; and a sister, Mrs. Maggie Priddy, Dade City. Also surviving are 42 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Thomas' grandsons served as Pallbearers.
|Green, Lilly Edith (I4084)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Private (I3718)
James "Jimmy" Wallace Jones -PERRY - James "Jimmy" Wallace Jones, son of the late Ernest W. and Mattie Lou Jones, born April 19, 1932 in Dooly County, GA, died on March 6, 2010 at his home following a brief illness. He was surrounded by his loving wife of 53 years, Joyce Bridges Jones, daughters Selecia E. Jones and Valerie Jones at the time of his passing. His remaining brothers, William Jones, Rufus Jones and his sister Eloise Mygrant were also present. Our lifelong friends Roxanne, Snooky and Jeff Wallis were with our family during his peaceful passing. -Jimmy grew up in Macon County. He worked in Perry at the Colonial Store and Perry Superfoods before moving to Atlanta where he worked for Big Apple Supermarket. In 1965 he moved back to Perry to rear his children. Jimmy worked for Southern Frozen Foods and drove tour buses for Perry Bus Line. He was medically retired in the early seventies. -Following his wife's retirement from Perry High School in 1991, they spent their time developing 37 acres in Peach County along Mossy Creek into gardens filled with splendid azaleas, camellias, day lilies and various other plants. His talents as a Master Gardener transformed this undeveloped land into what he called "The Plantation". -Jimmy is survived by his wife, Joyce Bridges Jones, formerly of Perry, GA; daughters, Selecia E. Jones of Jacksonville, FL and Valerie L. Jones; son-in-law, John O'Hagan Ward of Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico; brothers and sister, William Jones, Rufus Jones, Eloise Mygrant of Oglethorpe, GA, Aunt Lennie Mae Butterworth of Macon, GA, and our family cat, Tom-Tom. He is predeceased by brothers, Jesse Jones and W.C. Jones and his companion, China. -A Memorial Celebration will be held at Watson Hunt Funeral Home Chapel in Perry, GA on Wednesday, March 10 at 2P.M. followed by graveside interment of the cremains in Evergreen Cemetery in Perry, GA -In lieu of flowers, we request that any donations be made in his honor to the Heart of Georgia Hospice - Houston County, 103 Westridge Drive, Warner Robins, GA or the Sheriff's Youth Home for Boys, P.O. Box 1000, Stockbridge, Georgia 30281.
Published in The Telegraph on March 8, 2010
|Jones, James "Jimmy" Wallace (I4940)
Jessie Prentice Edwards, 85, a lifelong resident of Rainey Road in Macon, GA, went home to be with his heavenly Father on December 24, 2008. Graveside services will be held at 2P.M. Saturday, December 27, 2008 in Macon Memorial Park, Macon, Bibb Co., GA Cemetery with Pastor Mark Grinstead officiating. The family will meet friends from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Friday at the funeral home. -He was a member of Lakeview Baptist Church and enjoyed spending time fishing, gardening and visiting with family. Prentice was a thirty-year employee of the State of Georgia working with the Georgia Forestry Commission (Columbus Road) and the State Highway Department. -Prentice is survived by his beloved wife of thirty-three years, Mrs. Freddie Edwards and was blessed to have six children, Para Vann (Cheryl) Edwards of Macon; Minnie Johns, Fort Worth, TX; Joseph (Lynn) Edwards, Picayune, MS; Oscar (Debra) Edwards, Fort Mitchell, AL; Jacqueline Robin Parker, Kiln, MS; Jessie Prentice Edwards, Jr., Savannah, GA and four stepchildren, William (Karen) Edwards, Fort Valley, GA; Patricia (Rodney) Ingram, Butler, GA; Betty (Randy) Shurling, Macon, GA and Marie (Terry) Allen, Lizella, GA -Macon Memorial Park, Macon, Bibb Co., GA Funeral Home and Cemetery has charge of arrangements. Jessie P. Edwards
|Edwards, Jessie Prentice (I4943)
Lennie Mae Butterworth -MACON - Lennie Mae Butterworth, age 82, passed away Sunday, October 16, 2011. -Mrs. Butterworth was born in Dooley County to the late Willie Matthew Hudson and Nannie Blue Hudson. She was a resident of Macon for over 50 years, and was a member of St. Andrew Christian Church. She was predeceased by her husband, Grover Francis Butterworth. -She is survived by her son, Billy Butterworth of Macon; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. -The family will receive friends from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M., Wednesday at Crest Lawn. -Funeral services will be 11:00 A.M. Thursday, October 20, 2011 in the Chapel of Crest Lawn Funeral Home.� Reverend John Hughey will officiate. Graveside services will follow at 1:00 P.M. in Walnut Cemetery, Unadilla. -Please sign the online registry at www.crestlawnfuneral.com. -Crest Lawn Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.
|Hudson, Lennie Mae (I4822)
Search for "CONFEDERATE VETERAN" , Volume VI, 1898, page nine
(special thanks to Gene Wade, a member of SCV Camp 863, Maj Gen Joseph Wheeler, email@example.com for full name and the following info)
The first of two existing service records for this soldier shows that he enlisted or reenlisted as a private in Company A of the 4th Battalion, Georgia Sharpshooters on March 16, 1864 at Macon, Georgia. Since he enlisted at about age 35, he was possibly already a member of the 4th Battalion or another unit.
The 4th Battalion, Georgia Sharpshooters consisted of four companies and was organized during the Spring of 1863 from parts of the 3rd Georgia Infantry Battalion and the 37th Georgia Infantry Regiment.
The 4th fought at Tullahoma (July 1863), Chicamaugua (Sept 1863), Missionary Ridge (Oct 1863) and Chattanooga in (Nov-Dec 1863). After March 1864, when Private Rainey enlisted or reenlisted, the 4th fought in the Atlanta campaign to include Resaca (May 1864), New Hope Church (May 1864), Dallas (May 1864), Peachtree Creek (July 1864), Ezra Church (July 1864), Atlanta Seige (July-Aug 1864), Jonesboro (Aug-Sept 1864) and then Franklin Nov 1864) and then the Carolinas until the final surrender in 1865. The 4th Battalion, Georgia Sharpshooters was a combat-experienced unit.
We do not know exactly when Private Rainey died although one researcher says May, 24, 1864. We know that his second and final record of Sept/Oct 1864 states only that he is "absent sick". No other record beyond the March/April 1864 record showing his enlistment on March 16, 1864 and his muster roll of Sept/Oct 1864 showing him to be absent and sick could be found. It is assumed that Private Rainey likely died during the heaviest influx of Confederate patients into Covington, Georgia during the period of June-August 1864. Few records of the 4th Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters survived the war.
Although there are few researchers of this arm of the Rainey family, it appears that our Enoch John Rainey was the son of William Charlie Rainey (1802-1868) and Theodosia Nash Rainey (1803-1887). Enoch Rainey's siblings were Elizabeth Rainey (1825-?), Reuben Rainey (1827-1898), John B. D. Rainey (1831-1912), Hester Rainey (1837-1908), Charles W. Rainey (1839-1863), Mary B. "Polly" Rainey (1841-1907), Theodosia A Rainey (1844-1910) and Thomas Abytha Rainey (1846-1932). Rainey Family genealogists are not always in agreement on these birth/death dates but they seem to agree on parentage.
Enoch John Rainey was married on December 1860 to Lucy Ann Kimbrew (1845-1924). Enoch and Lucy Ann had two children, a daughter named Narcissa Hester Rainey born in 1862 and a son Enoch J. Rainey born about 1863. After our Private Enoch Rainey died in the War Between The States, the widow Lucy Ann married George Washington Hodge (1846-1897) and had five more children by him. Her new husband George Washington Hodge had served in Company D, 10th Battalion Georgia Infantry and was surrendered at Appomattox.
Enoch John Rainey's brothers Reuben Rainey and Charles Rainey both served in Company D, 10th Battalion Georgia Infantry. Reuben survived the war but brother Charles died of Chronic Bronchitis at Richmond, Virginia hospital #16. Brother Thomas Abaytha Rainey served in the 2nd Regiment, Georgia Reserves and survived the war. Brother John B. D. Rainey is believed to have served but his unit is not known and he also survived the war. Two of the four brothers died in this war. This family gave much to the Confederacy.
|Rainey, Enoch (I1086)
ST. CLOUD, FL - Rosella Pittman Edwards, 82, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, March 27, 2010. Funeral services will be held at 12 Noon on Wednesday, March 31st at Snow's Memorial Chapel, Pio Nono Avenue with burial in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery. The Rev. Eric Byrd will officiate. The family will meet friends from 10 a.m. to service time on Wednesday at the funeral home. -Mrs. Edwards was born in McRae, GA on May 13, 1927 the daughter of the late Willie A. and Alice Knowles Pittman. She was preceded in death in 1976 by her husband, Wallace Leonard Edwards. -Survivors include her son Terry Shi and his wife, Wanda; sisters, Eloise Studstill of Alabama and Sandra Pittman of Georgia; brothers, George Pittman and Willie Pittman of Georgia; four grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. -Snow's Memorial Chapel Funeral and Cremation Services, Pio Nono Avenue has charge of arrangements.
|Pittman, Rosella (I5229)
T. J. Gregory, aged 68 years, died at his residence at Lizella Friday, after an illness of several months. Mr. Gregory was a well-known farmer and had lived in the same community for many years. Besides his wife, he leaves three sons and two daughters. They are Messrs D. T., C. E., and J. T. Gregory and Misses Mattie-Bulah and Connie Elizabeth Gregory. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon atthe family graveyard, Rev. Mr. Moseley officiating. Thomas Jefferson Gregory died November 12, 1922
|Gregory, Thomas Jefferson (I1139)
Year: 1880; Census Place: District 577, Crawford, Georgia; Roll: T9_142; Family History Film: 1254142; Page: 666.4000; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 0458.
|Merritt, John A. (I6379)
Gussie Langston Born: May 18, 1894
Son of: John and Lizzie Langston
Alma Jones Langston Born: January 21, 1900
Daughter of: M.C. and Sarah Emma Jones
Walter Rufus Langston ~ March 6, 1923
Nellie Jeanette Langston~ March 28, 1925
Gussie Langston, Jr.~ Sept. 4, 1927
Billie Langston~ July 21, 1929
M.C. Langston~ August 10, 1931
Polly Opal Langston~ June 14, 1939
Betty Jeane Langston~ September 29, 1940
James Cecil Langston~ October 31, 1942
~Marriage~ May 29, 1918
|Langston, John S. (I5221)
Elinor Odom Lindsey
Macon, GA- Elinor Odom Lindsey entered into her heavenly rest Monday, April 21, 2014. A celebration of her life will be held Monday, April 28, 2014 at 2 p.m. at Snow's Memorial Chapel, Cherry Street with the Rev. Will Johnson officiating. The family will greet friends one hour before the service at the funeral home. Burial will follow the service at Riverside Cemetery, North Gate. Flowers will be accepted or donations can be made to in Mrs. Lindsey's memory.
Mrs. Lindsey was born on July 22, 1921 to the late Paul W. Odom and Lillian Rainey Odom. She was married to G. W. Lindsey, Jr. for 46 years and lived a long, full life and was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.
Visit snowsmacon.com to express condolences.
Snow's Memorial Chapel, Cherry Street has charge of arrangements.
|Odom, Elinor (I4982)
||"Edgefield in the War of 1812" list Nimrod Jackson as a private in Captian Benjamin Frazier's company from 10 December 1813, ending 10 January 1814.|
Received land in the GA Land lottery. Bought more land from Chief William McIntosh. Before the city of Byron, the train station was called Jackson Station. What is now Craftsman's Lake, was known as Jackson's Mill. His Will is recorded in Knoxville, GA Will book B, PG> 87,88 and 89.
|Jackson, Nimrod (I1217)
||"The Macon Telegraph" 7 July 1938. C. M. Jones, 57, Fort Valley night watchman died early yesterday morning in a local hospital of a pistol shot wound in the head, said by police to have been self inflicted after he killed his wife and injured a 15 year old stepdaughter....... ||Jones, Charles Malory (I1105)
||#370 ||Hortman, Adam Henry (I6755)
||#395 ||Hortman, Wiliam H (I6823)
||#395 9 males, 1 female, 2 colored ||Hortman, Jacob (I6751)
||-ALLENTOWN - George D. Atwell, 95, of Turkey Creek Road, died Thursday at his residence. -Services will be held Saturday, February 10, 2007 at 2P.M. in the Chapel of Macon Memorial Park, Macon, Bibb Co., GA Funeral Home. Burial will be in Macon Memorial Park, Macon, Bibb Co., GA Cemetery. Rev. Billy Wicker, Rev. Tim Long, and Rev. Curtis West will officiate. -Mr. Atwell was born in Bibb County the son of the late George D. and Frances Braddy Atwell. He was the widower of the late Virginia Fynn Atwell. Mr. Atwell was a Businessman and a Farmer. He was the former owner of the Persons Building Garage and the Macon Ambulance Service. He was retired from Dunlap Chevrolet. Mr. Atwell was a Commordore with the Macon Motor Boat Club. He served on the staff of Former Georgia Governor's Herman Talmadge, Marvin Griffin and Ernest Vandiver. He was a member of the Allentown United Methodist Church. -Survivors include his children, Jenice Bassett of Rockledge, FL, and Francine Atwell of Allentown; grandson Jeremy Bassett of Cocoa, FL; and great granddaughter Abigal Bassett of Cocoa, FL. -The family will receive friends from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Friday in Reece Funeral Home in Jeffersonville and from 12:30 to 2:00 P.M. Saturday in Macon Memorial Park, Macon, Bibb Co., GA Funeral Home. -In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Vista Care Hospice, 750 Baconsfield Drive, #115, Macon, GA 31211. -Reece Funeral Home in Jeffersonville has charge of arrangements.|
Published in The Telegraph on 2/9/2007.
|Atwell, George Dorris Jr. (I2010)
||-BYRON - James C. Allred, Jr., 65, died Friday, August 25. Services will be 3P.M. Sunday, August 27 at Byron United Methodist Church with burial in Oaklawn Cemetery in Fort Valley. Rev. Tom Nichols and Rev. Sam Lamback will officiate. -Lifelong resident of Peach County, retired A.D.M. Manufacturing Company and was a farmer, member of Peach County Cattlemen's Association and member of the Byron United Methodist Church. Preceded in death by his father, James C. Allred, Sr. -Survivors include wife Faye E. Allred, Byron; sons, James C. Allred III (Martha), LaGrange; Tony Allred (Telina), Byron; mother Ruby J. Allred, Byron; sisters, Elaine A. Barfield (Kenneth) and Carol A. Skipper (Mike), Byron; four grandchildren, Kaleb, Sarah, Konner and Will Allred. -Memorials may be made to Byron United Methodist Church Building Fund or the donor's favorite charity. -The family will receive friends from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Saturday, August 26 at Rooks Funeral Home in Byron. -Rooks Funeral Home of Byron has charge of arrangements.|
|Allred, James C. Jr. (I4704)
||-BYRON - Ruby Jones Allred, 86, died Friday, January 18, 2008. Services will be 3P.M. Sunday, January 20, 2008 at Byron United Methodist Church. Burial will follow in Oaklawn Cemetery. Family visitation will be Saturday, January 19, 2008 from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. at Rooks Funeral Home in Byron. -Mrs. Allred was a member of Byron United Methodist Church and the Aultman-Hammock Sunday School Class. She had 20 years perfect attendance in Sunday School. Mrs. Allred graduated Valedictorian from Byron High School, Class of 1939. Her favorite memory of school was playing basketball for four years. -Mrs. Allred was preceded in death by her husband, J.C.; son, James; and great-grandsons, Joshua and Alex Barfield; parents, Frank and Ethel Jones; and brothers, Cecil and Donald Jones. -Survivors include children, Elaine and Kenneth Barfield, Carol and Mike Skipper, and Faye Allred; grandchildren, Jay (Martha) Allred, Ken (Julia) Barfield, Karen (Wayne) Howell, Wayne (Amy) Barfield, Tony (Telina) Allred, Michael (Christine) Barfield, Kristie (Jerry) Russell, Ben (Jessica) Deese and Brandy Skipper; great grandchildren, Jim Prince, Jordan Howell, Kaleb Allred, Taylor Howell, Sarah Allred, Chelsey Russell, Konner Allred, Jenna Russell, Jake Barfield, Brandon Deese, Will Allred, Amber Barfield, Peyton Barfield, Brady Deese; brother, Frank Jones; and sister-in-law, Christine Borders; special niece, Pat Walker; and numerous nieces and nephews. -Family may be contacted at the home of Kenneth and Elaine Barfield, 836 Walker Road, Byron. -Flowers will be accepted or donations to the Byron United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 6, Byron, GA 31008. -Rooks Funeral Home in Byron has charge of arrangements.|
Published in The Telegraph from 1/19/2008 - 1/20/2008.
|Jones, Ruby (I1193)
||-LIZELLA - Bernice Taylor Cooley, age 62, of 5780 Carl Drive, Lizella, died July 3, 2007. Funeral services will be held 11A.M. Saturday, July 7, 2007 in Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant Church Cemetery. -The family will be at 137 White Road, Byron and receive friends at Crest Lawn Funeral Home 7:00 until 9:00 P.M. Friday. -Contributions in Mrs. Cooley's name may be made to Southern Care Hospice, 3330 Northside Drive, Suite 106, Macon, Georgia 31210. -Crest Lawn Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.|
|Taylor, Bernice (I3661)
||-LIZELLA - Cynthia "Sandy" A. Newberry, age 45, died September 7, 2006 at her residence. Funeral services will be Monday, September 11 at 11A.M. in the chapel of Crest Lawn Funeral Home with burial in Mt. Pleasant Church Cemetery. Rev. Rick McQueen and Rev. Charles Beaver will officiate. -Mrs. Newberry was born in Fort Valley, Georgia and lived in Lizella most of her life. She was a seamstress and was a member of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. -Survivors include her companion, Steve Newberry of Lizella; sons, Shane (Anneliese) Newberry of Macon, Scott (Dana) Newberry of Lizella, GA; three grandchildren; mother, Bobbie Ann Taylor of Lizella, GA; sisters, Faye Floyd of Dublin, GA and Brenda McQueen of Gainesville, GA; brothers, Bub Taylor, Paul Taylor, Terrell Taylor and Sambo Taylor, all of Lizella, GA -Visitation will be Sunday, September 10, 2006 from 3:00 until 5:00 P.M. at Crest Lawn Funeral Home and the family may be contacted at the residence. -Crest Lawn Funeral Home has charge of arrangements ||Taylor, Cynthia A. "Sandy" (I3654)
||-WARNER ROBINS - Exie L. Shirley, 79, passed away on Sunday, March 4, 2007. -Mrs. Shirley was born on May 4, 1927 in Dooly County, Georgia. Her parents, Carlton Scarborough and Cora Scarborough, preceded her along with her daughter Judy Phillips in death. -Survivors include her husband, Dwight K. Shirley of Warner Robins; Children, Robbie Grimes and Toni Pippin of Warner Robins; seven Grandchildren and nine Great-Grandchildren; two sisters, Susie Bell of Warner Robins, Minnie Cody, Arizona and Boe Scarborough, Unadilla, Georgia. -Visitation will be Monday, March 5, 2007 from 6:00 until 8:00 P.M. at McCullough Funeral Home. Private graveside services will be held Tuesday, March 6, 2007 at 2P.M. in Magnolia Park Cemetery. -Go to www.mcculloughfh.com to sign the Online Registry for the family. -McCullough Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.|
|Scarborough, Exie L. (I1091)
||100 Knoxville St Militia Dist 1584 ||BECHAM, Lucile Delia (I6719)
||100 Knoxville St Militia Dist 1584 ||Hortman, Robert Edward (I6729)
||100 Knoxville St Militia Dist 1584 ||Hortman, Carlton Hicks (I6731)
||100 Knoxville St Militia Dist 1584 ||Hortman, Albert Lanier (I6821)
||100 Knoxville St Militia Dist 1584 ||Hortman, Walter Edward (I6822)
||134b ||Hortman, William Thomas (I6835)
||139850 Nash Edwin A. C 4th Inf. Reg't Second Lieutenant, Lieutenant Colonel 139850 ||Nash, Edwin A. (I3883)
||139908 Nash Linton A. C 4th Inf. Reg't Sergeant, First Lieutenant 139908|
October 1, 1864
NOTICE TO THE CITIZENS OF TWIGGS COUNTY
Having received orders to impress one fourth of all the male slaves of the county, between the ages of 18 and 50 (whether able-bodied or not) for the completion of the fortifications around the city of Macon, you are hereby requested to meet me either at Bullard's Station on the 5th of October next, in the morning, or at Macon in the evening of that day, with your quotes. It is hoped that each one will be prompt, as I shall be obliged to impress your slaves if you do not come upon that day.
L. A. Nash
Enroller of slaves of Twiggs Co.
Sep. 29, 1864
|Nash, Alexander Linton (I3885)
||1850 Bibb Co. GA census list Ellison living with his sister's family, Warren Amason, also list Ellison as blind. ||Summerlin, Ellison (I2713)
||1850 Census Bibb Co., GA District #481, page 180, List Nathan B. as a mail carrier|
MUSTER ROLL OF *COMPANY F, 57th REGIMENT
GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
ARMY OF TENNESSEE
C. S. A.
CRAWFORD Co., GA
Griggs Nathan B- private May 3
1862 Captured at Vicksburg Miss July 41863
Paroled there July 71863 Exchanged in 1863 Wounded
left leg permanently disabled at Bentonville N C
March 18,1865 (Born in Ga December 1,1834)
|Griggs, Nathan B. (I1063)
||1850 census in Putnam Co., GA|
Death and Obituary Notices from The Southern Christian Advocate, 1867-1878, Issue of October 16, 1868, page 214, L. I. Hansford was born in Elbert co., Ga., and died in Macon, Ga., Sept. 21, 1868, in his 59th year. He left a wife and nine children. J. Jones
|Hansford, Loranza Irvin (I2736)
||1850 Census living in household of Edmund Killebrew ||Killebrew, William (I3698)
||1853 deeded land to Providence Primitive Baptist Church for new building ||Hortman, Christina (I6756)
||1862: Appointed 2nd corparal|
1862: Appointed 5th sergeant
May 6, 1863: Transferred to Co. E, 37th Regiment Ga. Inf
1864: Appointed 4th sergeant
|Wynn, Daniel Z (I6151)
||1880 census age 59 (born abt 1821), 1900 census lists birth as May 1815 ||Anthony, Nancie Caroline (I6854)
||1880 census Crawford Co., Ga listed as Madison C. Jones ||Jones, Mathew C. (I1126)
||1880 census, Upson Co., Hootenville, GA ||Keel, Sarah (I354)
||1880 Madison County Census listed her as being 21 in 1880, which would mean a birth year of 1859. ||Simmons, Susan Bethany (I6136)
||1900 Census list 4 children born with 3 living. Married 6 years. ||Bernard, Cecilia (I5634)
||1900 census list that Sarah had 6 children with 4 still living. ||Davis, Sally "Sarah" (I1963)
||1900 Census, Dominique listed as Farmer|
Not positive about death date,
|Arceneaux, Domingue (I5632)
||1910 and 1930 Census list Mother Fannie living with Monroe. ||Jackson, Monroe (I5484)
||1920 census list Matthew as a Boiler Maker for Locomotive|
1930 census list Matthew with his family in Port Arthur TX.
1940 Census list Matthew, wife and son Raymond in D.C and in 1935 lived in Port Arthur TX. listed as Welder for the Navy Yard.
|Jones, Matthew Madison Sr. (I2521)