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Grace Bagwell - 30/2006
I was told that Joseph Bagwell married Harriet Surliss 10 Mar 1860 in Georgia. The family was in Floyd County. What I found in the marriage records was a
Joel Bagwell marrying Harriet L. C. Nowlen 10 May 1860. Is Harriet Surliss the same as Harriet L.C. Nowlen? Was the information I was given incorrect? Are
Joel and Joseph Bagwell the same person? I also found a Joel Bagwell marryings Louisa Jane Shirely in 1859 which seems very close to 1860. Were there two
Joel Bagwells? The Joseph Bagwell I am seeking was the son of William Bagwell and Elizabeth Rowe. There was a land transaction in 1847 in Floyd County, GA
between John, Joseph, and Berry Bagwell. These are supposedly the oldest sons of William and Elizabeth. I need help sorting this out. Can anyone help?
Louise Griffith - 10/02/06
I am searching for any information on the family of Scott "Sweet" Waits or Waite and his wife Lizzie O. Potts Waits/Waite. They had children Clark, Doyce, Lillian, Ruth and Homer. The family moved to Floyd County between 1914 and 1919. They were living in the Livingston District in 1920 (Waite) and in 1930 (Waits). In particular I would like to know where Lizzie is buried (b. July 1888, Cleburne County AL; d. 20 Sep 1980 Floyd County GA). Would also like date of death of her husband and where he is buried. Any information regarding any members of this family would be appreciated.
Sue Weber - 09/04/06 I am researching the families of Isaac and Martha West and their son and family, Edward W. and Sarah Eugenia (Bwoman West who lived in Lindale, Floyd Co GA on the 1900, 1910, 1920 and 1930 censuses. Before that, they were in Haywood, Chattooga Co GA. Isaac West was born in SC in 1838 and his wife Martha was born 1845 in GA, Martha died before 1900 but Isaac was on the 1900 Floyd census with children Minnie and Robert M.
The children of Isaac and Martha West: (all born GA ) William Rugus: b. 1860; Edward W.: b. 1867; Lonella L.: b. 1869; A.E. (dau): b. 1873; Minnie L.: b. 1875; J.M. (son): b. 1877; Robert Marvin: b. 1879
Edward W. West married Sarah Eugenia Bowman c. 1889 in GA. She was born in Dirt Town Valley, daughter of Joel Hill and Ruth (Lyzer/Laro?) Bowman. She and Edward were on the censuses in Lindale, Floyd Co GA 1900 thru 1930. Their children were:
Mary Alice West: b. Jan 1890 in Lindale and died in Lindale in 1943. She worked in the cotton mills and was never married
Joel Isaac West: born 8 Apr 1896; Lindale: died 6 Dec 1971, Lindale married Biddie Geraldine Coats after June 1917 in SC
Biddie was daughter of Gabriel & Elizabeth Coats (who were on the 1920 census for Lindale, Floyd Co GA. Gabriel was age 61 and his occupation was "salesman of fruit trees.") Joel and Biddie were on the 1920 census in Spartanburg Twp., Spartanburg Co SC and the 1930 census for Lindale, Floyd Co GA.
Joel is shown as a weaver in the cotton mills in 1920 and 1930. Children for Joel and Biddie as of 1930 census were: William M. b. c. 1918 (not on the 1930 census with parents); Mary R. b. 1922; Sarah b. 1923
Since these families lived in Lindale, Floyd Co GA for over 40 years, I'm quite certain they are buried in the area, but have been unable to find a list for the cemeteries in the area. Thank you for any help you can give me. Would love to share information.
Tommy Lewis - 08/28/06
i am looking for a enoch early buried somewhere in floyd co ga died in 1856 in floyd co ga can you help with this or refer me to someone thanks for .any information.
JoEllen McGranahan - 08/28/06
I am interested in the following surnames: ROE and EVERETT. Arminda Roe, formerly Arminda Everett, born November 6, 1845 and died March 30, 1913. Arminda was married to my great-grandfather, John L. Roe. I do not have Arminda’s birthdate nor her birthplace, but they appeared on an 1880 census as living in Floyd Springs, GA. I have a family note indicating her father was E. Everett who died July 17, 1888 and her mother was Emmilia Everett, who died December 18, 1893. Arminda and John had 10 children. John was a private in Company K 19th Georgia Infantry and enlisted from Floyd County in 1862, along with several brothers, Isaac and Jesse.
Margaret Jones - 07/31/06
My great Grandparents,J.J. and Mary Isabella Evins or Evans,were in the l850 and 1860. I have a list of children.In the 50 census it shows their being born in Belgium and in other in Ga.I know in that time area there was a Belgian Community 5 miles eat of Rome on the Etowa River. I surely would like to know their parents or someone working on that line. They moved to Anderson County,Texas before the Civil War.
Lois A. Walker - 07/10/06
I am looking for information on James Madison Monroe Scott and his wife Lula J Grigsby. He was born in Blount County Tennessee August 15, 1828. Lula J Grigsby was born some where around 1866. Her death certificate says she was 68 and she died in 1934. The death certificate lists her parents as John and Frances Grigsby. It also states she was born in Georgia. My Grandfather, James Madison Monroe Scott Jr was born in Rome, Floyd County Georgia on January 4, 1884. His older brother, Judge Houston Scott was also born in Rome on March 28, 1881. Great-grandmother had a brother whose name was either James or John Grigsby and he fought in the Civil War. I am looking for marriage records for James Madison Monroe Scott and Lula J Grigsby and also any information on Lula's family
Glenda Shaffell - 04/17/06
I am looking for marriage records for my grandparents. They were Wiley David Wilson and Sara Ida Ratliff. The Wilson’s lived in Chattooga County in 1880 and the Ratliff’s in Texas Valley, Floyd County in 1880. The marriage date is 24 June 1894. Does anyone have any information on these families? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Nanny Brannon - 04/03/06
Would like more information as to the identity of Sarah Paty. My line is James and Anna Paty who were in 1850 Campbell County GA census. They moved to
Cherokee County AL by 1860, which is just across the GA/AL state line from Floyd County GA, where this land is located in Coosa area.
Kyle L. Smith - 02/13/06
Looking for relatives of Lafeyett,& Minnie Stells Ellison. Children; William Howard, Millard, & Doris ?. Time period 1890 to 1930. Lived in Floyd Co.
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