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151 Died in the community of Hammock, no longer exist.
Harris, Elisha F (I5799)
152 Died in the war Walker, James E. (I2565)
153 Died of TB Taylor, Eva (I1363)
154 Died of TB Long, Nancy Ann Thomas (I1104)
155 Dist 494 page 134 Hortman, William Thomas (I6835)
156 Dist 573 Anthony, Nancie Caroline (I6854)
157 Dist 573 Anthony, Nancie Caroline (I6854)
158 Dist 573 head of household Hortman, Joel Ethridge (I6727)
159 dist 573 p 712a Clark, Joanna (I6838)
160 Dist 573 p 712b Hortman, Adam Henry (I6755)
161 Dist 573age 28; single Hortman, John P. (I6723)
162 District 573 MONCRIEF, Nettie Norrant (I6718)
163 District 573 Hartman, Samuel Wesley (I6720)
164 District 573 MONCRIEF, Minnie Elizabeth (I6730)
165 District 573 Mathews, Amanda Sophronia (I6774)
166 District 573 Hortman, William Thomas (I6835)
167 District 573 Hortman, Henrietta (I6840)
168 District 573 Hortman, James A. (I6842)
169 District 573 Hortman, Joseph Franklin (I6843)
170 District 573 Hortman, Annie Caroline Or Carrie (I6844)
171 District 573 p 712a Hortman, William Henry (I6725)
172 Dixie County Advocate
8/11/2005, Vol. 84 No. 33

David Robert Thomas

Mr. David Robert Thomas, 53 years old, passed away Sunday, August 7, 2005 at this home in Steinhatchee. Mr. Thomas moved to Dixie County in 1986 from Crystal River. Mr. Thomas worked as a cabinet builder in the construction industry, and he was a Baptist.

Mr. Thomas is survived by his son, Chad Thomas (Honeck) of Clearwater; brothers, James Early Thomas of Gadsden, AL, Willard B. Thomas and Larry William Thomas both of Steinhatchee, Eugene Bryant Thomas of Crystal River; sisters, Dorothy Thomas Phillips of Newberry, Louvenia Thomas of Steinhatchee and Clarisse Thomas of New Port Richey. He had several cousins, nieces and nephews.

Mr. Thomas is preceded in death by his parents, Early and Flavada Thomas; 2 sisters, Elvina Charles & Frances Proudfoot; and 2 brothers, Renzo & Richard Thomas.

Graveside Services will be held Friday, August 12, 2005 at 2:00pm at Mt. Olive Cemetery with Rev. Carolyn Oglesby officiating. A visitation will be held Thursday, August 11, 2005 between the hours of 6-8pm at the funeral home.

Arrangements are under the care of Rick Gooding Funeral Home in Cross City, FL, US Hwy 19, (352) 498-5400.
Thomas, David Robert (I5255)
173 Dixon United Methodist Church Cemetery 123 Dixon, Lessie (I6763)
174 Doles Methodist Church Cemetery Book
Bobbitt, Sarah "Sally" O. (I3131)
175 Dr. William Mathews was a widower when he married Tryphena. Mathews, William Asbury (I6889)
176 Elected Judge of the Superior Courts of Bibb County Circuit, Listed in the book "Men of Mark in Georgia." Volume VI Mathews, Henry Asbury (I6890)
177 Enlisted as a private in Co E 63d Regiment Ga Inf December 11 1862. He transferred to Co F 57th Regiment Ga Inf December 1862. He surrendered at Greensboro N C April 26 1865 Becham, William W. (I4801)
178 Ernest was a policeman in Macon, GA Digby, Ernest W (I2293)
179 Eula Mae and her baby died during child birth. They are buried together at Shiloh Primitive Baptist Ch. located at Old Columbus Rd. and Fulton Mill Rd. Macon, GA Thomas, Eula Mae (I1260)
180 Family history said she died whent 16 years old. Thomas, Florence (I372)
181 Farmer Moore, John (I6868)
182 Fort Valley, GA- James Pierce "J.P." Joyner, 79, died Saturday, June 8, 2013. Family will greet friends from 6:00PM to 8:00PM on Tuesday, June 11, 2013, at Rooks Funeral Home, 213 West Church Street in Fort Valley. Graveside services will be held at 10:00AM on Monday, June 17, 2013, in Oaklawn Cemetery, 720 S. Camellia Blvd. in Fort Valley, with Rev. Ronnie Hollis officiating.
Born in Crawford County to the late Alton Curtis Joyner and Mattie Ruth Smith Joyner, Mr. Joyner was retired from Robins Air Force Base and a member of Evangelistic House of Prayer. He will be remembered as a loving husband, father, and "Papa".
Survivors include his wife of 58 years, Delores Joyner; daughter, Connie Thompson and her husband, Richie; grandchildren, Heather Collins, Nathaniel Thompson, and Christopher Thompson; three great grandchildren; and sisters, Betty Lester and her husband Johnnie, and Fran Jones. He is preceded in death by a daughter, Robin Joyner.

Joyner, James Pierce (I28)
183 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I1039)
184 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I4768)
185 From death certificate Carrington, James Timothy (I6187)
186 from the Fayetteville Observer newspaper of Feb. 12, 1833
"Col. Philemon Hawkins - At his residence, at Pleasant Hill, in Warren County, on the 28th ult., Colonel Philemon Hawkins, the last of the signers of the Constitution of the State of North Carolina in 1776. He belonged to the Troop of Cavalry at the Battle at Alamance, which was fought on the 16th of May, 1771, and ....was presented by the Commander in Chief, Governor Tryon, with a beautiful rifle. Before he was age [21], he was elected a member of the General Assembly for Bute County of, subsequently divided into Warren and Franklin. He was a member of the Legislature mainly from Granville County, with the intermission of two years only, for thirteen years. His last term of service was at Fayetteville in 1789. He raised the first volunteer company in the cause of American Independence from Bute County which consisted of 144 men. In the year 1776, he was elected a Colonel of a Regiment by the Convention at Halifax, and in that command performed many services. He left the Army, and continued to act as a member of the Legislature. He was a member of the Convention which ratified the Constitution of the U. States, and frequently a member of the Executive Council." 
Hawkins, Philemon (I5836)
187 From the Georgia Telegraph Nov 16, 1858
Death of Talbot Raley Esq.
We regret to learn that Talbot raley, Esq., one of the Deputy Sheriffs of Bibb County, died on Saturday last. He was an honost man, a good citizen and an active and zealous Officer.
Raley, Tolbert (I3999)
188 From the Macon Telegraph April 11 1903 P2
Mr. William H Jennings, the oldest son of "Uncle Ira" Jennings, died at his home in the Hazzard district as a result of a stroke of paralysis which he suffered on the day of his father's death last week.
Deceased was 60 years old, and was a soldier of the confederacy. He leaves a widow. He has no children. He was buried by the side of his father at Mount Paran church. 
Jennings, William H. (I1168)
189 Ft. Valley Hortman, David F (I6722)
190 Funeral from Harts Chapel
Member of Valley Grove Baptist Church, Upson Co., GA
1920 census list Mattie living with Emmett and Lurllie Stewart in Upson County 
Atwell, Martha "Mattie" (I356)
191 General Hospital #16 Rainey, Charles W (I4946)
192 Georges death noted in the Philemon Hawkins family bible Hawkins, George Washington (I5965)
193 Georgia vital records shows a Susan Davis marrying John Becham in 1811 in Hancock county. If this is the Susan and John who later came to Crawford, then she was presumably born before 1800 or the marriage date was wrong. However, in 1850, her age is given as 50.

Married by Wm Curton, JP 
194 Has Ransom's name spelled as Frasier instead of Frazier in the book "The History of Hancock county, Ga I Ancestors, Families, and Genealogies" by Elizabeth Wiley Smith  
195 Hawkins Bullock Homeplace Gordon, Frances Roy (I5867)
196 Hawkins Bullock Homeplace, Bullock, John Gordon (I5872)
197 Hawkins Bullock Homeplace, Bullock, Hawkins (I5866)
198 He also owned the Travelers Hotel in Atlanta and ran his real estate company from the hotel office. Carrington, King William (I6138)
199 He was a merchant and tax collector for the area around Water Va lley, M ississippi Lawshe, William Emory "Henry" (I6074)
200 Her neglected remains were moved to Texas in 1913 Troutman, Joanna Ellis (I6364)

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