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1 Feb.1844

Married
25 Jan.  by Rev. J.H.Campbell...Elisha Griswold  of Clinton..to Miss
Elizabeth Hardeman,dau of Thomas Hardeman...of this city...

11 Jan. in Cullodensville,by Rev. T.F. Montgomery..James W..Castens,of
Tolbotton to Miss Ann V. dau. of James Oliver..of the former place..

13 Jan. in Talbotton by T.F. Montgomery...A.C.Van Epps,esq...of  Eufaula
Al. to Miss Caroline..dau of Gen. N. Howard,of the former place...

10 Jan ..at St Louis ,MO  by Rev. a.Bullard...Augusta Peabody to Miss
M.T.C.Eckley..eldest dau of Levi Eckley..formerly of Macon..

Died;
At Hawkinsville,27 Jan... John Rawls..age 56

BAILEY/BAILLIE Surname part 2

From, "Marriages and Obituaries From Early Georgia Newspapers."

Abstracted by, Judge Folks Huxford.

pg. 326
"In Macon on the same evening by M. ROBERTSON, Esq., Mr. Jeremiah SMITH
to Miss Millie BAILEY. Nov. 7, 1826."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 331
"In Macon Wednesday the 29th ult., by Rev. Thomas GARDNER, Col. Samuel
T. BAILEY of Columbus to Miss Martha D., dau. of Hon. C. B. STRONG of
Macon. May 2, 1829."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 338
"In Bibb County on the 10th inst., by William CLARK, Esq., Mr. William
H. (or B.?) JOHNSTON to Miss Caroline BAILEY. Oct. 17, 1833."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 340
"On Tuesday evening the 18th inst. (ult.?) by Judge BEALL, Mr. M. L.
GRAYBILL of Macon to Miss Mary BAILEY (?) if Thomaston. Dec. 4, 1834."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 350
"Last Wednesday fortnight in Liberty County, W. P. BAILEY,Esq., and
Miss maria HEXT.  April 6, 1798."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 368
"In Walton County, Tuesday 18th inst. by Rev. Thomas W. STANLEY, Mr.
William H. BAILEY, of Morgan County to Miss Octavia B. HOLT, dua. of
Hines HOLT, Esq.  Dec. 27, 1832."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 376
In Louisville, on 22nd inst., Mr. Robert T. BAILEY to the amiable and
interesting Miss Margaret CROOKS, dau. of Robert CROOKS, Esq. April 14,
1835."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 395
"In Milledgeville Wednesday evening the 20th inst. by Rev. BAKER,
Augustin H. HANSELL, Esq. of Hawkinsville to Miss Mary Ann BAILLIE,
dau. of Dr. J. C. PAYNE.. May 26, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 399
"In The vicinity of Milledgeville Tuesday the 25th ult. by Rev. CARTER,
Col. David J. BAILEY of Butts County to Miss Susan Mary GRANTLAND, dau.
of Hon. S. GRANTLAND. June 8, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 403
"In Randolph County on the 8th inst. by Nathaniel DUNKIN, Esq.,
James B. SMITH, M. D. to the amiable and accomplished Miss Ann Elizabeth
BAILEY, eldest dau. of Zachariah BAILEY, Esq., Feb. 21, 1843."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 429
"At Sunbury on the 6th inst. by Rev. Mr. MCWHIR, William DAVIS, Atty-
at-law, and Miss Nancy BAILLIE, dau. of the late Robert BAILLIE, Esq.,
deceased. Mar. 14, 1797."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.


Near this city..25 Jan. Alexander E. Patton..age 37...

15 Feb. 1844

Legal Notice
Butts Co.
Superior Court
Libel for Divorce;
Elizabeth Livingston vs Altemont Livingston

Married
1 Feb. by Esq Burdon..J.J.Jordan to Miss Elizabeth Sumers dau of Nicoles
Sumers..all of Jones Co.

16 Jan.  by Esq.Burdon..Joseph Stiles to Miss Martha Ann Stripling .all
of Jones co.

22 Feb 1844
Legal Notices
Bibb Co.
estate sale.
Property of William Nixon...Signed P.Nixon,John D.Winn  Admr'....

29 Feb. 1844
Legal Notices

Macon Co...All those indebted to the estate of John J.Miller,or owed
money by the estate...make immediate payment,or ask for payment.. signed
W.W.Corbitt...

Monroe co. Roberson Freeman applies to me for letters of admr' on estate
of Edward Freeman..
..............


Augusta, November 20.  We are informed that, besides the murders committed
by the Creek Indians a few weeks ago in Greene County, they have lately
killed MR. JOHN CLEVELAND and MR. M'DOWALL, both of Franklin County, who
went into the nation in pursuit of horses that were stolen from them.  A boy
narrowly escaped, and brought the information.  (Georgia Gazette 12/2/1790,
3:1)

Nassau, June 4.  Died after a few days illness, MR. THOMAS CLEVELAND.  He
was favorably spoken of in Charleston, and during his short residence there,
acquited himself much to the public satisfaction.  He has left a widow and
three children, in whose behalf the accustomed benelovence of a liberal
public will doubtless be cheerfully exerted.  (CM 6/25/1799, 3:1)


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