Perkins Genealogy Notes
11/7/1850 The Augusta Chronicle
|EDWARD J. PERKINS||REBECCA H. WEEKS||1877||Jefferson County, Georgia Marriage Records|
|PHILLIP PERKINS||LOUISA ROGERS||1843||Jefferson County, Georgia Marriage Records|
|SIMON M. PERKINS||MARY T. CALHOUN||1868||Jefferson County, Georgia Marriage Records|
WILLIAM ALVIN PERKINS, died 6-24-1976, Waynesboro, Georgia; age 56; died in Burke County Hospital; native of Jefferson County, Ga; WWII Veteran; husband of DOROTHY BAILEY PERKINS; sons, JAMES T. PERKINS and WILLIAM L. MCNEELY, both of Waynesboro; he is the son of WILLIAM A. PERKINS, Waynesboro; brothers, RALPH M. PERKINS and CHARLES E. PERKINS. Interment in Burke Memorial Gardens.
DR. ARCHIBALD PERKINS, Died in Jasper County on 8/21/1826, after an illness of fifteen days. He was survived by wife and five children. The Southern Recorder, 9/12/1826
ARCHIBALD PERKINS, died 10/15/1840, age 94, in Green County at the residence of REV. ALBERT JERNIGAN. He was a native of Goochland County, Virginia; a Revolutionary War Soldier in the battle of Guilford in North Carolina and a member of Methodist Church over 50 years. The Southern Recorder, 11/3/1840
ISAAC PERKINS, S41953, Craven County, North Carolina, application dated 6/9/1818; aged 51; enlisted as Private, ContI Line, North Carolina Regt. in 1777, Captain Silas Sears Stevenson's Company, marched to Valley Forge, Pa. where 10th Regt. was disbanded and deponent passed into 2d Regt., company of Capt. Clement Hall, northern campaign, marched to South Carolina taken prisoner in Charleston, escaped, returned to North Carolina where he served till peace in Militia of that State. Service exceeded 3 yrs. age 73 in 1829 and wife DEBORAH, age 66. ISAAC PERKINS died 5/23/1830.
PERKINS, R8111, Marion County, Georgia application dated 6/17/1854 of widow,
NANCY PERKINS, appointed CHARLES C. TUCKER her attorney to prosecute
her claim for pension. Stewart County, Georgia, 8/18/1837, JOHN
PERKINS, 78 years old as of 8/19th past; he
vollunteered Georgia State Troops as horseman 7/1778, COL. ELIJAH CLARKE ,Wilkes County
Georgia pursue indians to the Cherokee purchase, now the n. e. co.'s of the State; was
in general skirmishes; served till 10/1778. Vol. 1778 as Private Footman,
Captain GREENBURY, COL. BENJAMIN FEW, marched to Richmond County, now Columbia County, then Burke
County Court House, for 3 weeks guarding the jail occupied by tory prisoners.
Here he had several skirmishes with the tories, served 1 month and
returned home. Vol., Private Footman, 1779, CAPT. SAMUEL BECKAM with
Georgia Troops 6/1779, to Savannah, Georgia
was at seige in 1779; entered Georgia Troops under COL. BENJAMIN FEW in 1781; he
does not remember when he entered or left the service; entered as
Footman, appointed SAMUEL ALEXANDER, 3/1782, 6 months, marched from Augusta,
Savannah, Georgia then Ebenezer; to Savannah, left 8/1782. Soldier was born 3/19/1759 North
Carolina, lived in Richmond County Georgia when he enlisted but
lived in Crawford County since now Stewart County.
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