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The Journal. Wednesday, October 10, 1810
Pg. 3

Elected to serve in the ensuing General Assembly.

The Gentleman first named for each county is the Senator.

Burke -- William Byne, Eli Emanuel*, Jacob Robinson*, Isaac Wimberly
Clarke -- Zadock Cook*, Reubin Hill, Charles Redd*, A. S. Clayton*
Elbert -- William Barnett, Allen Daniel, David Hudson*, Archelaus Jarrett
Franklin -- James H. Little, Jas. Blair*, John R. Brown, Asa Allen
Greene -- Ezekiel E. Park, Jacobus Watts, William Browning*, James Nesbit
Laurens -- Henry Shipherd*, Charles Stringer*
Liberty -- Thomas Bacon, Thomas Malland*, James Dunwoody*
Randolph -- Charles Crawford*, Howell W. Runnels 522, Zephaniah Harvey, *522 (tie)
Telfair -- Benjamin M. Griffin*, William Carroll*
Tattnall -- Martin Harden, Daniel Brinson*
Wayne -- Allen B. Powell, William Knight*
Wilkes -- Matthew Talbott, Johnson Wellborne, Jno. Terrell*, John Pope
Warren -- John Hardaway*, Jeremiah Bealle, James Gray*, Jeoday Newsom
Washington -- Jared Irwin*, Josiah Watts, Edmund Hopson*, Samuel Robison*
Oglethorpe -- George Hudspeth, Luckie, Beal and Saunders*
Pulaski -- Fulgam*, Colson
Jefferson -- Hugh Montgomery, William Mathews*, James Cockran
Columbia -- Jno. Foster, Williams, Blair, Marshall
Morgan -- Brown, *John B. Whatley
Richmond -- Freeman Walker, Nicholas Ware, Geo. Walton*
Lincoln -- Rem. Remson, Fleming, Gibson Clarke*
Chatham -- William Davies, Alfred Cuthbert*, Thomas Telfair, Joseph Bryan
Effingham -- Jesse Scruggs, Geo. G. Nowlan
McIntosh -- Spalding, Hopkins, McDonald
Scriven -- Maj. Lanier, Mund Gross, John Polloch*
Those marked thus (*) are new members.
Georgia Journal
12 Dec 1810  Pg.3

Will be sold on Thursday the 22d of January next, on the Plantation of Col. Thomis Davis, in Laurens county, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors...
All the Personal Estate
of Wm. McCaul late of said county, dec'd, consisting of Negroes, Horses, Cattle, Household and Kitchen Furniture, and sundry other articles too tedious to mention.
the terms will be made known on the day of sale by
James W. Shine, Administrators.
December 12, 1810          


The Argus, 17 Oct 1810
Pg. 3

An Official Return (except the counties of Scriven, McIntosh, and Morgan) of the result of the Election, held on Monday the 1st day of October, for Members of the

 ensuing General Assembly, and four Members of Congress.


Counties Senators Representative
Baldwin Talliaferro Battelle
Bryan Pray Harden
Bulloch Williams Lockhart
Burke Byne Emanuel, Robinson, Wimberly
Clark Cook Hill, Redd, Clayton
Chatham Davies Guthber, Telfair, Bryan
Camden Hardie Jones
Columbia Foster Blair, Marshall, Williams
Elbert Barnett Daniell, Hudson, Jarrett
Effingham Scruggs Nowlan
Franklin Little B;air, Marshall, Williams
Greene Park Watts, Browning, Nesbit
Glynn Burnett Wilson
Hancock Rabun Terrelle, Brown, Raines
Jones Butler Jackson
Jackson Henderson Montgomery, Mathews, Cochran
Jefferson Wood Jackson, Whitaker
Liberty Bacon Mallard, Dunwoody
Lincoln Remson Fleming, Clark
Laurens Shepherd Stringer
McIntosh Spalding Hopkins, McDonald
Morgan Brown Whatley
Montgomery McCormick Troup, Swain
Oglethorpe Hudspeth Luckie, Sanders, Bealle
Putnam Lane Iverson
Pulaski Fulgham Colson
Richmond Walker Walton, Ware
Randolph Crawford Runnells and Harvey (tie)
Scriven Lanier Gross, Polloch
Twiggs Johnston Glenn
Tatnall Hardin Brinson
Telfair Griffin Carroll
Wilkes Talbott Wellborn, Terrille, Pope
Wayne Powell Knight
Wilkinson Ball Hicks
Warren Hardiway Bealle, Gray, Newsom
Washington Irwin Watts, Hopsen, Robinson
Walton no return  


Southern Recorder 20 Aug 1844, page 4:

Laurens County September Sales:  Will be sold on the first tuesday in September next before the Courthouse door in the town of Dublin,

Laurens County within the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit:  Three negroes, one named Nancy about 20 years old; one named Emily about 27 years

old; and her child Jane about nine years, levied on as the property of Henry C Fuqua to satisfy three Superior Court fifas of Laurens County in favor of the Central Bank

of the State of Georgia and others, vs Henry C Fuqua. Property pointed out by defendant.


Also, one tract of land containing 202-1/2 acres, more or less, lying on the south side of Hunger and Hardship creeks, of originally Wilkinson now Laurens county,

number not known it being the place whereon Andrew A Fuqua now lives, together with an undivided half part of a grist and saw mill, on said creek; levied on

as the property of Andrew A Fuqua, to satisfy Superior Court fifa of Laurens County in favor of the Central Bank of the State of Georgia vs Andrew A Fuqua.


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