Queries Posted from 1-98 through 4-98
Looking for others searching the family of Bozeman ADAIR, who lived in what is now Madison County from around 1800 to the 1840s, until they moved to Paulding County, Georgia.
231 Congress Circle
Topsham, ME 04086
I am looking for information on the family of Jacob ALBRIGHT and Elinor (Nelly)
HOLT who moved to Madison County circa 1801. Jacob died there 4 October 1839.
Nelly died there 3 November 1820. They had a sons William, Joseph, Jeremiah, Henry,
John, Jacob, Jr. and daughters Mary "Polly" VEAL, Martha E. MADDOX, Jr.
I would like any information on this family, especially William's son, Nicholas, who married Catherine BOONE. Does anyone have the father of Catherine BOONE?
I am looking for a family for (CSA) Sgt. Orange ALBRIGHT, born 1822, Madison County, Georgia, who married Louisa Minerva SKELTON.
Any assistance will be very much appreciated and information shared.
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Looking for information on William Potter ALLISTON. Possibly buried somewhere in Madison County. He was born November 2, 1814 in Georgia. Any information on him and his descendents would be helpful. I am his Great Great Grandson.
I would like to exchange information on John Henry ANDERSON who was married to Martha Jane PRICE. His father was Henry ANDERSON who was born circa 1790 in Ireland. Henry ANDERSON's wife was named Patsy_______, and I believe she was born in South Carolina.
110 Summerfield Drive
Macon, GA 31210
Have been searching my own families for 20 years and would like to start on my mother-in-laws side. Would love to make contact with someone who is already searching the following Madison County, Georgia families. Lucius Carl ANDERSON, born 13 November 1897 Carlton, Georgia, married 1918 to Jane Edith SMITH, died July 1967 Greenwood, South Carolina. He was the son of Pickney & Sue (____) ANDERSON of Madison County. Sue was born about 1865 and died about 1935/39. I was told that this ANDERSON family is of German descent. Jane Edith SMITH ANDERSON was the daughter of George Washington SMITH, born 1 August 1873 Comer, Georgia, died 3 Febuary 1948 Greenwood, South Carolina, married Sarah Lou SMITH b. 16 Apr 1876 Madison County, Georgia, died 5 December 1965 Greenwood, South Carolina. (Yes, this is a SMITH/SMITH marriage!) George W. was the son of Charles David & Nancy (LUMPKIN) SMITH. Sarah Lou was the daughter of Robert M SMITH. Any help with these families will be most appreciated! Respond to:
Deborah Hulsey Zouras
Looking for parents/family of Thomas Henry BARRETT born 1855 Madison County, Georgia died 1933 married 1877 Beulah Isadora PITTMAN. Owned Barrett's Mill. His mother was Deselyn (sp?) DUPRE. Children of Thomas Henry BARRETT/Isadora PITTMAN were Eulalia, Dupre, Leonard, Katherine Darlene, Georgia Mae, Ruby Ina, and Dorothy. Any help this family will be appreciated.
Anne Barrett Chamlee
912/452-7877 FAX 912/452-7530 227
Lakeshore Circle NE,
Milledgeville, GA 31061-9056
I am searching for the parents of Mary Elizabeth BELL born 3/6/1833, Georgia. She married Jonathon Cooper BLACK 12/8/1850 in Madison County. He was born 4/12/1830, son of Thomas James BLACK and Ursula COOPER.
Looking for links to Calvin Carlyle Berry.Was supposed to be a Captain in the Confederate Army, and buried in Madison County, maybe around Danielsville.
I am looking for information on the BLACK family. My grandfather, Jesse Lumpkin BLACK was born in Madison County, Georgia 30 April, 1891. Father: John BLACK; Mother: Myra CULBERTSON. Any information on Jesse's parents and/or siblings would be greatly appreciated. Jesse died 29 November 1942 in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
I am searching for any information on my Great-Great-Grandfarther Samuel Steven BOOTH. Family Bible indicates he was married to Dorcas E. SORRELL on October 23, 1862 at the home of Richard SORRELS by Spiel Trible, Esq. Madison County, Georgia. I believe the family moved to near Little Rock, Arkansas after the War.
Thanks for your help.
Marcus P. Booth
Hugh BRITT, Sr. circa 1765- circa 1840 served as a juror in Madison
County, 1813, his earliest record in that county. He had previously lived in Edgefield
County/Orangeburgh District, South Carolina. He had four sons who married girls
from Madison County - Ephriam married Polly BRITT 1818; Hugh Jr. married Annie JORDAN
1817; William married Sarah SPICER1817; Joel married Nancy SHIREY/SHIRRA 1821. Would
like parent's names of the brides, especially Polly BRITT. Polly BRITT was probably
a cousin, living in the household of her mother and a step-father in Madison County.
I suspect Polly was also from Edgefield/Orangeburgh District, South Carolina. Any
information on the families of BRITT, JORDAN, SPICER, SHIREY/SHIRRA is welcome.
Joyce Britt Dunning
5609 Dana Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76117
I am looking for any information on Samuel B. BROWN who moved to Madison Co.
in the early 1800's and died between 1860-1870 in Madison County. Please e-mail
Am researching BROWN, Lord, EMBRY, and CROW families. Would like to share information with anyone interested.
John P. BRYANT married Virginia COOPER in Madison County in 1833. Any information about these families will be greatly appreciated.
I am looking for information on the BRYANT and STRICKLAND families who lived in Madison County in the early 1800's. Richard Benjamin STRICKLAND, Sr. of Nash County, North Carolina and Lucretia BRYANT of Jackson County, Georgia were the parents of Richard Benjamin STRICKLAND, Jr. who was born October 16, 1812 in Madison County.
I would appreciate any information about these families.
Since this is a county made from other counties, I only know it is the right area. Records between 1780 & 1850 would be the best bet. Any information on above will be gratefully received.
I am looking for information on the Alfred CARRUTH who appears on the 1830 & 1840 census' in Madison County, Georgia.
Thanks for your help
Elisha Asbury CHANDLER, born 2-1-1856, probably Madison County Georgia; died
10-4-1933 in Madison County, Georgia. On 12-20-1876 married Mary Elizabeth DAVIS
(born 7-11-1859, Madison or Buckhead, died 3-21-1939, Madison). Elisha Asbury was
the son of Allen Lacy CHANDLER (died Confederate Soldier's Home, 3-5-1915) and Matilda
Jane JONES, and possible grandson of Allen L. CHANDLER and wife Polly. Elisha Asbury's
siblings were Mary L. J., Sarah J., Marina E., Joseph R., William, Maggie, Jonah,
Oscar L., Allen L., Sydney and Alice M., also possibly Dora (married BRUMBLELOW).
Elisha and Mary Elizabeth were the parents of: William Lacey, Matilda Jane, George H. T., Richard Lee, Thomas Jefferson (my grandfather), John Marshall, Walter Asbury, Annie Maud (married MOORHEAD), Horace Legree, Mary Ethel (married TEAGLE) and Dewey Davis CHANDLER.
Searching for information on Willian Freeman CHEEK born 1808. Married Elizabeth CAPE on September 29, 1831. He was appointed road commissioner for Captain Hendricks District in January 1837. Any information would be of great help in my research.
Jimmy J. Cheek
Hi My genealogical research has led me to Madison, Georgia looking for several ancestors. I would be thrilled with any information on the following names: Obed Mast/Maske CHRISTIAN born 28 June 1822, Elijah Willis CHRISTIAN born 15 January 1798, Elizabeth Britt CHRISTIAN born about 1754 died 1820/1830, William BRITT born 1728, and Hannah Connally BRITT born 1732.
Thank you for your time
Looking for anyone related to or researching the last name of COILE or COIL. Want any information on anyone with that surname who lived in Madison County since 1800. Also seeking information on other COILE family members who moved to various surrounding counties.
Would like to exchange information with anyone researching or having information on the COILE, COIL, or KILE family lines. They resided in Madison county after 1800 and various family members migrated to other surrounding counties.
I'm looking for any information on Mary Ann CRAFT. She married Herny Frank WHITTEN in 1902. We have no information on either parent or correct birthdate or deathdate.
Thank You very much,
John Miller CRAWFORD (1800-1831) second marriage to Mary C. MADDOX (1805-1882). He is buried in Ryan Cemetery, 4 miles NW of Athens, Georgia: she is buried in Madison County, Georgia. Had three children, two who lived in Madison County along with many descendants today. First marriage to Susan NANCE (1805CA-1825CA). Had three children: Thomas E. CRAWFORD (1820-1871); Susan E. CRAWFORD (died young); and my grgr gm Sarah Ann CRAWFORD (1823-1881). Sarah Ann CRAWFORD married Robert Campbell PARK(1820-1893), of Jackson County, Georgia in 1840. Were on 1858 wagon train to Lafayette County, Arkansas. Have certain ancestors and descendants, seek additional kin.
541 Laurie Lynne Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70819-3440
Please help me find info on the family of William Leonard CRAWLEY in Madison,
Audrey S. Kendrick
Looking for parents of William CRISWELL born circa 1865 in Madison County,
his wife was Maude BARKLEY. William and Maude had three children Allie, Maebell
and Mark my grandfather. As of now I know that William died in Walton County in
December of 1930 and is buried in Gratis, Georgia. William had a brother named John
and his wife was Lucy. Looking forward to hearing from anyone who might have any
info on this family.
My name is Dorothy Criswell Brewer my father's name is William Jackson CRISWELL any help greatly appreciated.
Looking for children of John CRISWELL who married Ann ASHLEY April 6, 1841 in Madison County, Georgia. My name is Dorothy (Criswell) Brewer my great great grandfather was William CRISWELL born 1865 in Madison County, Georgia. William married Maude BARKLEY in Walton County, Georgia on December 30, 1888. Maude was born on April 29, 1871. Any help Greatly appreciated.
My ancestor Henry W. CRITTENDEN came to Clark County, Arkansas in in 1852, with wife Eliza C., both born in Georgia, according to 1860 Census of Clark County, Arkansas with Children, Lewis L. age 19, Catherine age 15, Laura E. age 12 and Nancy M. age 8. In the Census Index of Georgia census for 1840 there was a William CRITTENDEN, and Pryor CRITTENDEN listed for Madison County. I do not know what county they came from, and wondered if there were any records in Madison County that would list any of this family.
Allen B. Syler,
712 So. 22nd St. Arkadelphia, Ar
I am searching for information on Allen DANIEL in Madison County. I have a fair
amount of information to share as well. I am also looking for the families and descendants
of Dabney GHOLSTON, Solomon STRICKLAND (and his siblings) and Edward WARE.
My grandmother, Sally Emily Shipley DANIELL lived with her parents, the John S. SHIPLEY's in a large white columned home facing the railroad. We would like to find out more about the SHIPLEY line. We know John Spinks SHIPLEY had siblings. We are unsure of their names and who they married. We know there are SHIPLEY's buried in the Pinelog cemetery but wonder if there are any buried in other cemeteries. Conyers was very special to my mother and so to all of us. The DANIELL's also lived for a while in Conyers.
Do you know anyone in your area who have or in the process of doing genealogy on the DEEN/DEAN family. The ones associated with Jones Chapel Methodist Church. I have currently over 1,400 names that I am willing to share with anyone interested. I go back to a Shadrack and Mourning DEEN/DEAN. One son a Thomas Wesley DEAN gave the land to the above church.
My name is Bill Deen
4025 McCullough Rd.
Mims, Fl 32754
and my E-mail address is email@example.com
I am seeking information on Edward DENNEY who lived in Madison County in 1820 and died there in circa 1821. He owned land in both Elbert and Madison counties. Most of his family lived in Elbert County. I believe that he moved from South Carolina but have not proved it. Also, I don't know who his wife was. Any help would be appreciated.
Need information on a William DICKSON who moved to Madison County from North Carolina in the early 1800's. He is there by 1820. There seems to be at least 2 William DICKSON's there at the same time. One used the initial H. Mine did not seem to use an initial. His daughter Sarah married Powell BLAIR. William later moved to Habersham County and probably died there. I would like to find his parents and the name of his wife.
Larry W. Parr
I am searching for the parents of James DOWNS who married Dorcus DENNY, daughter of David DENNY and Polly RUFF, in Elbert County, Georgia. I believe he was from Madison County. He may have been the son of a Jame DOWNS. I believe him to have a brother named Jessie.
Thanks for any help on this research.
Searching for descendants of Joseph C. DUDLEY and Ailsey WEBB, who were married
in Madison County on 29 April 1824. I believe their children were named James, William,
Mary, Pleasant and Ailsey, all born between 1826-1839 in Madison County. Have lots
of WEBB information to exchange, but need more on the DUDLEY's.
I am searching for the parents of John DUKE who died about 1830. Was his father Taylor DUKE who lived and died in Madison County about 1823? And where are both of them buried? Taylor DUKE was a Revolutionary War veteran who was granted land in Georgia for his military service, but later lost much of it for lack of tax payment. But his grave would still be notable because of that military service.
Hi. I am looking for information on a Marshall EBERHARDT/EBERHART. He was born
1858 and the census shows Madison County (Carlton) as place of birth. Place of residence
was 203 Fork Rd. He was married to Lucinda. They had seven children that I know:
George born 11-1881
David born 2-1884
Lena born 2-1886
Brantly born 7-1888 (he is my great grandfather)
Marryella born 12-1891
Clyde born 4-1895
Lavine born 9-1898
If you know of anyone that has information or anyplace I can find information about the EBERHARDT/EBERHART family please let me know. Somehow they are related to the MOON's but I don't know how. I am trying to find out if Marshall MOON born in Elbert County, Elberton District are the same person and why the name change or what is his real name. He was married to a Lucinda.
Thank you very much for your time and help.
Sherman T. Eberhardt
On the 1830 Georgia census Index for 46-108 there is shown an Allen and Nathl ETCHISON also a Jno ETCHESON for 46-102. Does anyone have information on these people. Allen and Nathaniel are the names of two son's of James R. ETCHISON in Walton County Georgia. I would like to know if there is a link between them and any information available about them.
Thanx, Jerry Morrison
FOWLER, James Mayfield
My great grandfather was the above. I know that he operated the Post Office in that area. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Looking for information on a Julia A. FREEMAN born 1849 in Madison County, Georgia. Father was David FREEMAN and mother was Millie PRUITT. Julia married Thomas Bellam PAYNE in 1867. About 1893, they moved to Texas. Julia died in Ellis County, Texas in 1918. She had 12 children. Interested in information about her parents and brothers and sisters. Willing to share.
Would appreciate any information I could get on William H. GILBERT and his wife
Drusilla CANADY GILBERT. Supposedly they lived in Madison County when a son was
born to them in 1844. There is a confusion in the information I already have as
to the name of the child - whether it was William Fleming GILBERT or William H.
GILBERT, Jr. I am trying to make a connection between these people and my grandfather,
who was John Fleming GILBERT. Can you help me? Thanking you in advance, I am
Carolyn Sue Howard
(my mother's maiden name was Gilbert )
I had previously requested information on William GILBERT and Druscilla (CANADY) GILBERT , but I realize now that William's father, another William GILBERT who married Tamar STRICKLAND, daughter of Jacob STRICKLAND II and Priscilla (YOUNG) STRICKLAND were also in Madison County. He was appointed guardian of his minor son, Isaac, to take possession of the legacy left by Jacob STRICKLAND, Sr. William GILBERT I died in Gwinnett County in 1830-32 and Tamar died in Franklin County in 1804. Any information on any of these people would be very much appreciated. Thanking you in advance, I am
Carolyn Sue Howard (I go by Sue)
Looking for information on Robert GLOVER born South Carolina, he was in Madison County, Georgia in early to mid 1800's living on Nowhere Road. Any information will be apreciated,
Wish to correspond with anyone searching GOLLIHER/GOLLAHER. My Thomas and Judith GOLLIHER were in Kentucky early 1800's but according to census, first child was born in Georgia in 1806. There were GOLLIHER's in Madison County, Georgia in 1850-60 so I'm hoping for a link. Any help appreciated.
David Lawson GORDON that married Emma Elizabeth BOND are buried in Madison County, Georgia. They lived somewhere in the Pleasant Grove Church area.
My Name is Linda Gossett Cochran, I am researching the GOSSETT's of Madison County. John W. GOSSETT born 1870 in South Carolina. Washington GOSSETT born 1811 in Madison County, Georgia. I need to know the name of John W. 's wife and Washington's mother. John W. was married several times. This would have been his first wife and they were married about 1809.
I am searching for the parents/brothers/sisters of Thomas D. GRIFFETH born about 1800, who married Eliza WYNN (born about 1800). They were married 10/3/1822 in Madison County, then moved to Walton County around 1825. I have found other GRIFFETH's from Madison County: James GRIFFETH (born 2/14/1774-died 5/1/1847), James Blair GRIFFETH (born 1805-died 1872), Amarinta L. GRIFFETH (born 11/20/1800-died 5/4/1851), John H. GRIFFETH (born 5/6/1797- died 1853). All of these other GRIFFETH's are buried at Old Danielsville (Presbyterian Church Yard). I looking if these GRIFFETH's are connected to Thomas D. GRIFFETH .
I have been researching my husband's lines off and on for 20 years. Have many
POWER and GRIMES names, most connected to our line. The earliest Power we have is
Francis POWER, Sr. (died circa 1800) As he had so many daughters, (as well
as sons) there are probably a lot of people with other surnames listed in Madison
County who will trace back to him. The other early ancestors I am searching are
William GRIMES, father of Thomas Miner GRIMES. Also Martin ROWE (who married Anna
POWER GRIMES, widow of Thomas Miner GRIMES.) I have lots of info on all of them
and their descendants. I hope to link up to others doing similar research. Thank
Daneille Grimes of Roswell, Georgia
I am looking for information on Ludy HALEY who lived in Danielsville. He was the son of Freeman HALEY and his grandfather was John Heney HALEY, (1850-1911), my grgrfather. Any information you have on any of the HALEY's above would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks very much for your help.
Frank Haley firstname.lastname@example.org
Family history from 1820 to present-including surnames of Nelms, Porterfield, Bond, Christian,Carrithers, Wade and others. I have letters and other documentation that has been passed down to me through the family.
I am looking for information on Jeremial HALL, born 7-26-1834 in Madison County, Georgia. Married Frances L. PORTERFIELD, no dates, but she was born 5-22-1833, I think in Georgia. Jeanne Ward Smith has some information on these names as well as Nelms from Georgia, but I do not know how to contact her in order to take some of the pressure off of you.
Carolyn "Hall" Hart
Hi, I am Bobby Hanson. email email@example.com
My family came from Madison County. They lived near a community that was called Rehobeth. My father, Hugh HANSON, Grandfather, Candler Willie HANSON, Grandmother, Mary Anna ADAMS HANSON, Great Grandfather Hyatt D ADAMS, and many more lived in Madison County. My grandfather was farmed out to either the SMITH or PIERCE family in the early 1890's. My grandmother's sister Minnie Lee maried into the STOWE Family. My uncle was named Leon MAUGHON. I am interested in any information on that bunch.
Robert E. Hanson
I am seeking information on Elias HENDRICK who was in Madison County in 1840 according to the census. His wife was Molly WHITEHEAD HENDRICK. Am also seeking the parents of James HENDRICK born 23 August 1798 in Virginia(?) married Rebecca MAXWELL 1827 in Elbert County. James died 10 October 1871 in Elbert County.
I am searching for information on the parents/brothers/sisters of my g-g-g grandmother, Linnie JENKS, who was born 18 October 1807, Georgia; died 12 April 1869; buried Old Thompson-Burroughs Cemetery, Hull, Madison County, Georgia.
Linnie married Bridges B. THOMPSON 23 September 1824 in Madison County; the first time I find them was in the 1830 census of Oglethorpe County, and again in the 1840 census of Oglethorpe County; after that, they appeared in the census of the neighboring county of Madison.
Linnie and Bridges had the following children, all born in Georgia:
1. Sarah Ann Susan THOMPSON, born 21 Jan 1826; married Isaac BURROUGHS
2. Thomas Berry THOMPSON, born 24 May 1827; married Martha America PATTERSON
3. James Andrew THOMPSON, born 19 Apr 1829; married Susan Amanda BOLTON
4. William Sidner THOMPSON, born 12 Mar 1831; never married
5. Abner Jackson THOMPSON, born 22 Apr 1833; married Mary Mildred HART
6. Joel Burton THOMPSON, born 15 May 1835; married Margaret Elizabeth MORRIS
7. Caroline Francis THOMPSON, born 2 Oct 1837; married John E BURROUGHS
8. Cynthia Elizabeth THOMPSON, born 7 Jun 1840; married George Allen MORRIS
9. David Bridges THOMPSON, born 23 Sep 1847; married 1. Ursley Harriet HARTSFIELD, married 2. Mary F. THOMPSON, married 3. Ola KING
10. Mary Elmira THOMPSON, born 16 May 1851; married Hawkins BULLOCK
The only clue I've found about her parents is a marriage record of William JINKS and Betsey KING, married 23 August 1805 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia; I have not been able to confirm that these two were her parents.
I would appreciate any information you might have about JENKS/JINKS families in the Madison County area. Thank you very much.
I am researching the family of Delaney JENKINS, daughter of John JENKINS and her mother may have been a BARNES. Delaney married Joseph COX, son of Joseph COX and Jane RUNCIE on 9 August 1813 in Madison County. She and Joseph later moved to Limestone County, Alabama. Their children were: Rebecca, Elizabeth, Jane, Joseph, Adam, James, Sarah. I have information on children and spouses. Thanks in advance for any assistance.
I am a decendant of Joshua JOHNSON. I would like to communicate with others who are interested in the following families:
JOHNSON, CROW, WRIGHT, STRICKLAND, HUGHES, WILSON, SATERFIELD, CASH, HEFNER, STOVALL, PILGRIM, BLACK and others. I will have a web site up in the next 30 days that you will be able to log onto and search family information.
I am researching the above families , all from Madison Co. Would like to work with and exchange information with anyone researching these families. James Thomas JOHNSON was born in 1837 and died in 1916, his wife was Harriet Elizabeth CARRITHERS. His father was James J. JOHNSON who was born on 1/25/1805 and died on 11/11/1865. On May 3, 1827 James J. JOHNSON married Eliza(beth) BURROUGHS.
Also would like information on Martha Jane PRICE who was born on 6/21/1829 in Georgia and died on 06/05/1886. She was the wife of John Henry ANDERSON. Her parents were Matthew PRICE who was originally from North Carolina, he was born circa 1791, Matthew PRICE was married to a Sarah_______ who was born circa 1794.
We are looking for information on Radford JORDAN during the time of 1810-1850. Father and mother names or relatives during this time. Send information to Lee Jordan at the e-mail address of firstname.lastname@example.org
I am seeking information on John Franklin KIRK and any of his descendants, parents,
Looking for infomation on my GreatGrandparents George Thomas LANDERS and Oleva SORRELLS LANDERS. He died in 1917 from the flu in Madison County. She died Oct 1958.
This is all the information I have on the LANDERS and the SORRELLS except that the children ended up in upstate South Carolina. My Grandmother, their daughter, was Willie Kathleen LANDERS CLARK. I am fairly new at this. I would be most appreciative of any help anyone could give me.
Tammy Clark Wallace
Looking for information on Thomas LAWRENCE who was a resident of Madison County from 1800 to 1840.
James R. Lawrence
My great-great-grandfather James Hill McEWEN, born 18 June 1811, married Mary C. Stephens STRICKLAND wed August 1838. Both buried at McEwen Family Cemetery, Madison County. My brother and I have been unsuccessful in learning anything else about Mary. Can you help?
I am looking for information concerning James L. MARTIN who was born in or near Madison County Georgia in 1830. His father was John MARTIN who was born in Virginia, and moved to Georgia as a young man. John MARTIN was supposed to have helped establish Missionary Baptist Church services in the area. James L. MARTIN was the seventh child born to John MARTIN and Elizabeth BRASSEL. James L. MARTIN married Mary E. HOOD (I don't know where or when) and moved to Texas about 1869.
Any information regarding this family would be appreciated.
I am seeking information on the parents or siblings of Hannah Caroline MASSEY,
born March 5, 1823 in Charleston, South Carolina died August 18, 1898 in Madison
Thanks for your time and effort; hope to connect.
I am researching the family of my g-g-g-grandmother, Faithy (Faithie) MEADOWS,
who was born in Georgia circa 1832. I was given Madison County as a possible
link. She married Zachariah WARE and was in Alabama for the 1860 census, but still
in Georgia for the 1850. Thank you very much.
Looking for parents of above or connections. Burrell was born 10 January, 1832 in Madison County, served in Civil War, married Clementine KENT from Carrolton, Georgia moved to Randolf County, Alabama and Cleburne County, Alabama.
I recently discovered through the US Geological Survey maps that there is a MINISH, Georgia (probably a "spit and miss it" township) just outside of Commerce. It practically sits on the county line between Jackson and Madison, as near as I can tell. There also is a MINISH cemetary listed as well in the same location, and a MINISH Lake about 15 miles from the cemetary. I also discovered that a variation of the name, MINNISH, had a listing. There is a MINNISH cemetary about thirty miles from the MINISH cemetary at MINISH, Georgia. I also did a search of the US Geological Survey maps of ALLEN (which is my grandmothers surname). Not so surprisingly, there is an ALLEN family cemetary just a few miles north of the MINISH cemetary. Would you possibly have any information on that cemetary ?
I really would appreciate any assistance you could give to get me going on this. It seems I have been "stalled out" for a very long time.
Again, thank you for any assistance you might be able to offer.
Malinda L. Minish-Threadgill
75 South 12th Street
Kansas City, KS 66102
My grandparents lived their entire lives in and around the Madison County area. My grandmother is buried at Hill Haven Memorial in Monroe, Georgia. My father's name is Guy MINISH (born 26 November 1932). His parents were William D. MINISH and Pearlie Mae Allen (born 30 October 1895, died 29 August 1981). Pearlie Mae's mother's first name was Grace or Gracie. William D.'s father's name may have been Jimmy or James. My father has many siblings, too numerous to list here. I suspect there is a family tie to an Isaac Minish who migrated to Commerce, Georgia in 1830 from Dorchester County, Maryland, however, I have not been able to substantiate this. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I am also willing to share any and all information I have.
Malinda L. Minish-Threadgill
Hi, I am the granddaughter of Thomas Payne MURRAH. He lived in Comer, Georgia. and also in Carlton, Georgia. .....my mother was born in Carlton in 1917. I have been trying with no luck, to locate the place where my grandfather is buried. To the best of my knowledge, he died in either Comer or Carlton, but was buried in Athens. It would have been in the late 1930's or early 1940's. My Grandmother had moved to Florida with my mother and aunt in 1936. After that, there was no contact with my Grandfather so I have no way to be very specific with any more details. I know that my Grandmother's realitives are buried in the Old Fork Cemetery in Carlton. They were CURRUTH's. Any information you may have would be greatly appreciated.
or my mailing address is
PO Box 475,
Elk Park N.C.
I'm searching for my Grandfather's family roots. The name I am researching is: Thomas Callaway NELMS, Sr born late 1880's? married Laura Phoenettie HUTCHERSON born May 21, late 1880's?
Thanks for your help
Karen Nelms Neely
I need to look at old records of this church. It's in Madison County in the small town called Paoli. Could anyone help me. Thanks.
My name is Linda Bliss.
Searching for information on the ODUM family. Williamson STREETMAN married Nancy ODUM and/or Mary ODUM in Madison County, Georgia about 1823.
Sarah Ann CRAWFORD (1823-1881), of Madison County, Georgia married Robert Campbell PARK (1820-1893), of Jackson County in 1840. His father William PARK (1769-1851) lived in Jackson County from late 1790's first married Margaret (Peggy) CAMPBELL (1780 circa-1827). Grandfather John Arthur PARK (1726 circa-1780) lived in Union County, South Carolina from 1750's on, was native of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Six PARK researchers have considerable information and seek more on PARK, CRAWFORD, and CAMPBELL families in Madison, Clarke, Jackson, Franklin, & Hall Counties, Georgia area, as well as Spartanburg/Union counties, South Carolina area
of Baton Rouge,
Am trying to find Will PATTERSON, wife Celia V. TURNER PATTERSON, who may have lived in Madison County. Family tradition says they lived in Madison County after 1850. Possible 1860 or later.
Lynda G. Fitch
P O Box 385
Blue Ridge GA 30513
I am seeking other researchers to exchange info on the following POLK families:
Charles D. POLK born 1820 in Pocataligo, Madison County, Georgia; died after 1857 in unknown. Charles married Margaret SMITH on 20 January 1848 in Chattooga County, Georgia. His sister, Mary Elizabeth POLK married Igantius PURCELL in Chattooga County, Georgia on 9 August 1844. Another sister of Charles, Frances Margaret POLK, my ancestor, born 22 December 1825 in Madison County, Georgia; died 23 December 1914, married Paul C. SMITH on 12 October 1854 in Chattooga County, Georgia. Paul was the brother of Margaret SMITH (above). Other siblings of Charles also married in Chattooga County, Georgia. I have a lot to share on this family.
I am looking for information on family of William F.T. PORTER born in Georgia about 1826, married Emily SEGAR December 4, 1843 in Madison County. They had two children, Augustus PORTER (died in War Between States) and Sylvanus Winfield PORTER who migrated to Texas before 1880. My web page is at http://members.aol.com/glenalanb
Charles Harrison PORTERFIELD, Born 9/28/1887. I'm looking for any information on ancestors or decendents of my Grandfather.
James Dwight Porterfield
Fountain Inn, SC
I am looking for my fathers birth records he was born in Danielsville Georgia May 26, 1922 his name is Harold Garnett PORTERFIELD could you please help?
My name is Kathy Marsh. My ggggrandfather's name was Russel J. POWELL. He was
born circa 1832. His wife's name was Elizabeth (?). She was born circa
1837. Children were William Oliver, Thomas R., John S., Linella, Russell B., &
Nathan W. I found Russell on the 1850 census in Madison county in the household
of Joel HALEY. The census says that he was a student. By 1850, Russell was married
and living in Franklin County, Georgia. I would like to know the names of both his
and his wife's parents and her maiden name. I appreciate any help I can get.
If you have any information on this family, please e-mail me at email@example.com.
Thank you very much.
If anyone is researching the POWER family in Georgia and South Carolina, I have data that I will be glad to share. I have very little on John POWER that moved to Hot Springs, Arkansas. The year and place of his birth are not positive but maybe. His parents Joseph & Isabella BALLEW POWER came into Georgia from Laurens District, South Carolina in 1816 and they came into Franklin County as per pension papers. I know a lot of the POWER family was born in Madison County, Georgia.
Carolyn Power Flowers
Maurice D. & Carolyn Power Flowers
Villa Rica, Ga.
Researching: FLOWERS <N. C., S. C., Ga. & Va.>
POWER <Ireland, S. C., Ga. Arkansas & Texas>
BISHOP: <S. C. & Ga.>
ROLADER: <Germany & Ga.>
I am looking for any records you may be able to find on my GGGrandFather, Joseph ROBERTS, born 1814 in Georgia. A cousin of mine says he found him in the 1860 census in Madison County. His wife's name I think is Martha born 1830 in Georgia. Had at least one son Thomas Milton ROBERTS born January 1859 in Georgia. This was my GGrandFather. I don't have any death record for Joseph. I am trying to verify military service during War for Southern Independence, I hope to find a grave and marker for Joseph ROBERTS. I hope to find any relatives I may have still living in Madison County. I hope to find the name of Joseph's father so I can go back another generation in my family tree. If you could help me reach any or all of the info it would be greatly apreciated!!!
I made a trip to the Madison County courthouse last year and a clerk there told me a fire back in the 1930's destoyed all records previous to that date so I'm pretty much at a dead end.
V Dale Roberts
Joseph SANDERS, my ancestor was in Madison County from the time it was created from Oglethorpe County to about 1840. Did he die in Madison County? Did he leave estate papers? I can't locate him any where. He witnessed and exchanged land deeds with all the James SANDERS' children, but he was not a child of James SANDERS. Who was he?
R. S. Sanders
Weinert, Texas 76388
My name is Kay Sartain Rhett and I am looking for the following SARTAIN's in Madison County, Georgia:
1. John SARTAIN, Sr. born 1770 in Virginia, married Maryann COKER on January
29, 1832 in Franklin County, Georgia and who died in about 1850 in Madison County,
2. Elisha SARTAIN, born 1797; married Frances PASCHAEL and died January 1, 1881;
3. John SARTAIN, Jr., born about 1800 in Madison County, Georgia; married Heziah ?, and Nelly BOND; died in 1853 in Lafayette County, Mississippi
4. James SARTAIN, Sr. born 1801 in Madison County, Georgia; married Bethana BURNETT in Elbert County, Georgia on November 18, 1824; and died in October 1880;
5. Tapley SARTAIN, born 1805 in Madison County, Georgia; married Rachel WILLIAMS and Elizabeth TATUM.;
6. Russell SARTAIN, born 1828 in Madison County, Georgia; married Martha Ann GLOVER, Melvina and Mrs. N. M. CRAWFORD.
All of the above SARTAIN's with the exception of Russell were land holders in Madison County, Georgia in the early 1800's.
My name is Kay Sartain Rhett and I am researching SARTAIN's in Madison County,
Georgia. Would appreciate any information on:
John Sartain, Sr., born 1770, died circa 1850, married Maryann Coker on January 29, 1832. He had 5 children that I can find:
1. Elisha Sartain, born 1797, died January 01,1881
2. John Sartain, Jr. born 1800, died 1853
3. James Sartain, Sr., born 1803
4. Tapley Sartain born 1805
5. Vandivere Sartain, born circa1832
Interested in anyone who can connect to Mary SEXTON and son Miles A. SEXTON in 1870 Census. Also interested in William W. SEXTON of 1870 Census. I only have the Census index and would also appreciate any help in obtaining the census detail for both households.
Looking for anyone with information regarding the descendants of Miles A. SEXTON (11/22/1856-3/25/1899 - buried Jones Chapel Methodist Church in Madison County, Georgia) who married Emily E. BOND (daughter of John R. BOND). Miles SEXTON and Emily BOND had at least two children, John W. and Millie SEXTON. John W. SEXTON is believed to have married Lou E. CROWE. Millie SEXTON is believed to have married Lafayette McGARITY. This is a "lost" branch of our SEXTON family and we'd like to make contact with a descendant or relation of this people. Any help would be appreciated.
Would like tombstone information for Henry SMITH, who, prior to 1820, married a blank WILLIAMS, daughter of Robert WILLIAMS, Sr. (according to the will of Robert's). Henry is listed in the Madison County Census in 1820 and 1830.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you, dennis
Looking for information about the parents and any siblings of Russell T. SMITH (R.T. SMITH) born Madison County 1820, Married (1) to Sarah CRIDER (daughter of David CRIDER)1838 in Franklin County, Georgia. Married (2) to Margaret Thompson PESNELL in Calhoun County, Alabama, 1866. Russell was connected to the CRIDER and the BOND families. His parents are reported to have immigrated from North Carolina to the area of Madison County, Georgia. Thanks,
Dennis G. Smith
I am interested in the SMITH Family of Madison County, Georgia. There were at least two and maybe three brothers, William, Stephen, and perhaps John SMITH who settled in that portion of Franklin County that later became Madison County. I am interested in any who are or may be descended from them.
I am looking for information on my great grandfather Bailey Malcomb SMITH (1845-?) and his father Watson SMITH. Bailey SMITH first married Lou Tish MEADOWS in Madison County in 1873 or 1874. After her death in 1890 he moved or returned to Oglethorpe County and remarried. I am seeking the name of this second wife. Bailey SMITH is buried in Oglethorpe County. Also seeking the name of Bailey SMITH's mother and wife of Watson SMITH. All were apparently residents of Oglethorpe County. My grandfather John Simon SMITH (February 18, 1875-December 15, 1948) and my grandmother Callie (McELROY) SMITH (October 14, 1885-May 5, 1972) were living in the Stevens community of Oglethorpe County in 1918.
My grandfather was John Simon SMITH (1876-1949). My grandmother was Callie McELROY SMITH (1886-1972). The parents of John Simon SMITH were Bailey Malcomb SMITH (listed in muster of "Madison County Greys") and Letilia MEADOWS SMITH. Seeking the names of parents and siblings of Bailey Malcomb SMITH.
I am lookin for information of Henry P. SMITH. He was born about 1808. He was married to Elizabeth POWER. He had a least one son Jasper Jones SMITH born August 3, 1845.
My name is Linda Bliss and he was my great great grandfather.
William SMITH Sr., married Patsy RUSSELL in Pennslyvania County Virginia in 1781.(thanks to Mr. J. D. Means for this birth record) They later moved with other family members to the Madison, Franklin, Wilkes County area of Georgia. We're seeking information on children and grandchildren of this couple. Any responses will be appreciated.
We're seeking information on a Samuel SMITH, who married Rebecca STEAPLER/STAPLER in 1818 in Madison County, Georgia. They were in Madison County and listed there in the 1820 and 1830 census. They were probably in Franklin County, Georgia, in 1840. We need whereabouts of Samuel and Rebecca in 1850, or later in Georgia or Alabama. The Alabama connection is possible because later family members are known to have come to Alabama.
Thanks in advance,
My oldest SORRELLS ancestor is Richard SORRELLS, born about 1744, Virginia and his wife, Mildred SNEAD, born about 1746, who married somewhere in Virginia abt 1773, and had two known children, William Alexander SORRELLS, born about 1774, Virginia and died prior to May 1841, Walton County, Georgia, according to estate records and land records. William married Dorcas SANDERS on 20 October 1797, Oglethorpe County, Georgia. Dorcas was born in Surry County, North Carolina, 21 November 1779, the daughter of Sarah TULLY and James SANDERS, Sr. who came to Oglethorpe County after the 1790 Surry County, North Carolina census in which they were found. The other child of Richard and Mildred was Charles SORRELLS, born December 1776, Virginia and died 12 July 1854, Walton County, Georgia.
He married (1) Elizabeth JONES, daughter of Anne BEASLEY and Russell JONES, who came to Georgia in early 1790's from Wilkes County, North Carolina, but who originated in Albemarle, Virginia. Richard SORRELLS served in the Revolution from Salisbury District of which Surry County was a part, so I looked at the tax lists 1782 and found him there in Capt. Humphries District and James SANDERS, Sr. was found there in numerous deeds and land entries. Surry County Deeds were searched and found no deeds or land entries for Richard, although he did have 100 acres in the tax list. The only record I have found for him and his sons together was the undated Elbert County, Georgia tax list (which was about 1797) In April 1800, Richard bought 126 1/2 acres from James COLBERT, land on Scullshoal Creek, Elbert County, Georgia. This land fell into Oglethorpe County later and Madison County, Georgia later on when county borders were changed.
Anyway, this Richard has numerous descendants today in Madison and in Walton County where Charles and William went about 1835 or so. Mildred died in Georgia about 1836. I would like to find out who his parents were and where in Virginia they came from. More information is available for anyone interested. In 1985 I published Our Southern Ancestors which details Richard and Mildred's descendants. I have done some general research in Virginia on SNEAD's and SORRELLS', but have been unable to find where my ancestors fit in.
You may contact me at princef@juno. com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thelma Faye Prince
I need information on the STREETMAN family in Madison County, Georgia, 1796-1850.
Are there any STREETMAN or ODOM/ODUM deeds, wills, graves, or intestate records listed in Madison County?
I need information on the STREETMAN family in the Madison/Jackson County area between 1796-1850. My STREETMAN's were in Mississippi by 1850, in Itawamba County.
I believe the following were brothers: Jasper, Jehu B., John, Martin, and Williamson. Jehu B. STREETMAN was in Tishomingo County, Mississippi by 1860. He married Mary "Polly" STRICKLAND in 1826 in either Jackson or Madison County, Georgia. Williamson was in Itawamba County, Mississippi by 1850. His son, John R. STREETMAN, married Elizabeth CLAY in Itawamba County in 1849, and they were in Tishomingo County, Mississippi by 1880. So, I think all of them were closely related. Martin STREETMAN married Martha KEMP in Tishomingo County about 1853-55.
Hope you know someone who may be working on this family. I really appreciate your help. Thank you.
I'm researching the STRICKLAND line.
My ggg granfather was Gilford A. STRICKLAND born Nov. 14, 1822 died Jan. 2, 1893
buried in New Salem Cemetery, Chilton County, Alabama. He is listed on the 1850
Georgia Census. Do you have any information? I would really appreciate any information.
Connie Bean Bassett
Trying to locate slave records, if they exist, of Kinch STRICKLAND plantation owner in Madison County, Georgia.
My name is Dwight Oliver STRICKLAND. I am looking for some ancestors of mine in Madison County. Maybe you can help. Here are the names I have:
Oliver Bennett STRICKLAND (my father)
Julies Ebenezer STRICKLAND (my grandfather) born 12/25/1888 died 8/25/1923,
wife Francis (Fannie) JARROD STRICKLAND (my grandmother) born 2/21/1891, Union County.
Other children besides Oliver were: Ollie, Pearlie Mae, Verner, Eleanor, Henry. All born in Madison County.
E.B.STRICKLAND (The E.is for Elisha I think) My Great Grandfather. born 1844
Married Nancy (PARDUE) STRICKLAND in 1873.
William STRICKLAND (My Great Great Grandfather (I think) born 1816.
I am guessing about William, I know E.B.had 10 children, Julies, Annie, Maude and Lucy were placed in Baptist Childrens Orphanage; the others elsewhere. I am working on the names of the other children now.
Any information about this family will be greatly appreciated. I am planning a trip to Madison County as soon as I know for sure where I need to go for birth, marriage and death cert.
Thanks for your help.
STRICKLAND, William J. born 1/24/1836 Georgia (Madison?) married Belinda Virginia LOVING born 6/27/1839 in Jackson County, Alabama. I believe Williams father was W. J. STRICKLAND and mother's name was Rachael (no last name known). William and "Ginny" moved to Titus County, Texas and lived there until their deaths. If you have any information on this family, I would appreciate hearing from you.
I am seeking information about Edmond STRICKLAND born 08/07/1807 died 02/17/1896 married 10/16/1828 to Polly PITTMAN. Both are buried in the Pittman family cemetary on Nowhere Road. I believe they resided in Madison County. I am seeking Edmond's father's name in particular. Thank you for your assistance.
I am Paige Strickland Born of Watkinsville, GA at (706)769-4560, email@example.com
Do you if there were any records of Afro-American deaths before 1920? I am trying to find information on William STRICKLAND born in Comer 1847, and I believed he died in Carlton in 1918 or 1919. Also Mattie BARNETT-STRICKLAND wife of Luke STRICKLAND .She died in Comer in 1919. I believe she was buried at Springfield Baptist Church. If there fees involved, I will gladly pay.
Love, peace, and Christ
My grandfather was born in Comer, Georgia in 1881. The family name is STRICKLAND.
My great-grandfathers name was William STRICKLAND, my great-grand mothers maiden
name was Mary WEBB. My grand-father was named Luke STRICKLAND, he was married to
Mattie or Mary BARNETT. They had eight children and may have been sharecroppers.
Information I know for sure, my father was born November 29, 1913 also in Comer.
I am researching my wife's family, which has only this one Madison County, Georgia connection. Julia Ann THRELKELD (CHAMBERS) was my wife's great-grandmother. She was born in Madison County, Georgia, in June 9, 1864, died Gwinnett County, Georgia, 1936. Her name in census records of 1900 and 1910 list her father as being born in Virginia. The 1870 census has her and her mother Julia (Julea Ann) and her siblings living in the Danielsville area, in the household of John B. KING. She married John S. CHAMBERS in Banks County, Georgia, in 1878. Any more information would be greatly appreciated, especially as regards Julia Ann's father and mother.
185 Michael Drive
Lawrenceville, Ga. 30243
I am seeking someone who can give me a list of Alexander and Mary HODGES THOMPSON's children. I am a GGG Granddaughter of Gaines and Sarah RICE THOMPSON of Elbert County, Georgia. Gaines was born 1787 in North Carolina. Sarah was born in 1796 in North Carolina. I have census records from 1840 to 1870 of their residences in Elbert County. I suspect that Gaines is the son of Alexander THOMPSON. He had a brother (confirmed by estate settlement in Elbert County, Georgia) whose name was Joel THOMPSON and married Betsey SMITH. I know that William THOMPSON of Madison County who married Mary TILMAN is the son of Alexander. Also there is a Gaines THOMPSON in Madison County, Georgia census of 1850, that is 28 years of age. I cannot place him as a son of my Gaines THOMPSON by marks in the house in the early census record so I believe he is my Gaines' nephew and son of one of these Madison County THOMPSON's. The naming pattern in undeniable. William THOMPSON who married Mary TILMAN was 69 years of age in 1850 Madison County census and states born in North Carolina. Gaines was 63 years of age in 1850 Elbert County and Joel was between them in age in 1850. I looks as if they are brothers. Also can anyone determine if Alexander THOMPSON is related the other Revolutionary soldiers by the name of THOMPSON in this area, who were William, Peter and Isham THOMPSON??? Can anybody help with this family please.
Dear Fellow Researcher:
I am researching the surname TOLBERT who was in Jackson County, Georgia and most probably in Madison County prior to that. I would appreciate knowing what families TOLBERT were in Madison County, Georgia circa1800. My family was in Jackson County on the 1850 census. I am specifically looking for parents of Calvin TOLBERT born circa 1827-1830 probably Madison County. He married Elizabeth SAILORS in Jackson County. I am also interested in any land transactions in Madison involving TOLBERT. Happy to pay for copies, postage and your time if you have it to offer. Please let me know if you're interested. Thanks
Jane Tolbert Kinzle now in Boise, ID.
The couples names were Willie Mitchell VAUGHN and Annie Lou EVERETT, born in 1886 and 1888 respectively. They were married about 1911 or 1912
Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated
I am researching my mothers family -VEAL- My earliest known ancestor is James
VEAL. James was born in 1779 in VA and in 1850 was living in Madison County. He
married Mary ALBRIGHT in 1807 and they had 8 children, all born in Madison County.
Their first child, Alexander, operated Braggs Ferry in Madison County, for many
years. I would very much like to exchange information with anyone interested in
this line of VEAL's.
Donald Veal Dove
Information on William Lumpkin VENABLE who married Miriam (Marianne ?) DELAMAR, of Madison County, Georgia. They had a daughter Martha Johanna VENABLE b. March 03, 1856 she married Benjamin Franklin ROGERS in Arkansas. William Lumpkin VENABLE and wife Miriam DELAMAR had a son named Robert VENABLE who later moved to Mississippi and became an early President of Mississippi Collage.
contact Jack Rogers
I am interested in the WARE and SORRELLS families of Madison County. My ancestors were James WARE, Sr. and his wife, Mary VEAL, Edward WARE and his first wife, Sarah THURMOND and Charles SORRELLS and his first wife, Elizabeth JONES. Would like very much to hear from descendants. I have a vast amount of information on the WARE family and have proof that Edward and James were sons of Edward WARE and Lettice POWELL of Amherst and Caroline Counties, Virginia.
John H. Smallwood, Jr.
P. O. Box 591,
Canton, MS 39046-0591
I have traced a group of WARE's through Madison County, Georgia. They start with James Ware I married to Mary VEAL, Children: James WARE II, married to Lettice WARE (cousin). Also Col. Edward WARE married to Sarah THURMOND. William WARE grandson of the two older WARE's.
Any help would be appreciated.
I asm researching William Turner WASHINGTON born (according to his daughter's birth certificate) in Madison County, Georgia. in 1882 (according to the 1920 census). In 1919 he married Esther SUMMER in Florida.
Can anyone help me with this man. He died I was told in the mid-1920 either in Florida or Georgia.
I am descended from one Perman M WELDON who lived in Madison County between approximately 1845 and 1855. He was there for the 1850 census. I believe Perman to be the son of William Dale WELDON who was residing in Franklin County, Georgia during the same period and who died a resident of Franklin or Hart County in 1860. Any information you could provide to help me clarify the relationship between Perman and William Dale WELDON would be appreciated.
My name is Tom Weldon and I am researching the WELDON family. In 1850, my g-g-grandfather, Perman (1813-1892) and his wife Amy SAYLORS WELDON were living in Madison County and owned property there. By 1860, the family had relocated to Sumter County, Georgia. Perman's father, William Dale WELDON (1781-1860) was married to Nancy SPRUILL and in 1850, they were living in Franklin County, Georgia.
Any information on the WELDON's, SAYLORS, or SPRUILL's would be appreciated.
Trying to locate the Turner Martin WILHITE family. Turner WILHITE married Mahaley WRIGHT. Children; Lucy, Ester, Samuel, Turner,. Any information will be appreciated.
I am trying to find any information on the WILHITE family from or lived in Madison County. The male is Turner Martin WILHITE who married Mahala WRIGHT. They had a daughter names Lucy C. WILHITE. Lucy was my grandmother.
Do you have any references that refer to them. Thanks a lot.
I'm looking for information on my great-grandfather, Middleton Mix WILLIAMS, who was born 6 March 1829, in Madison County, I believe; at least, his brother, George WILLIAMS, was born in Madison County. 18 December 1832 according to George's pension record. Middleton enlisted in Co. H, 43rd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry at Jefferson, Jackson County in March 1862. He was a prisoner of War at Camp Chase, Ohio for a period during the war. He married Cynthia Adazoe (HUGHES) BULLOCK, a widow, on 14 March 1867, Walton County. He had a farm in Walton County near Bethlehem, now inside the Barrow County line. He was in the 1850 Clarke County Census; not found in 1860; in 1870 Hall County Census. He was house builder and carpenter, and traveled around to the building jobs. Thank you for any help, and I will share all I have with you.
Thelma F. Prince,
Am looking for info on James WOODS and Zemula GROVES who were married and the parents of Cicero and Elizabeth WOODS. And possibly through another spouse Zemula Frances EVANS born 7/13/1843 and Pinkney Buleah EVANS born 8/8/1862.
My name is Linda Bliss and these are my great great grandparents. Thank you.
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