Death and Obit Notices from the Southern Christian Advocate 1867-1878

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Issue of January 25, 1867

Joseph Lawrence died near Lawrenceville, Ala., on the 21st October 1866 at about 66 years of age. He removed from Georgia to this State upwards of twenty years ago and settled in Henry Co., where he has lived ever since.... It may be said with emphasis, that he was the father of the community in which he lived, of the village which bears his name, and the Church of which he was a member.... W. K. Norton

Issue of February 1, 1867

James Shackelford died in Early co., Ga., on the 28th Dec. 1866, in the 81st year of his age. He was born in Georgetown, S. C., married and settled in Abbeville Dist., and removed to Georgia in 1840. He was rom his early manhood, a member of the Methodist E. Church. [eulogy]

 

Issue of February 1, 1867

Rev. William V. Burney, of the M. E. Church, died on 8th October 1866 in Tuskegee, Ala., after a long and protracted illness. He was born in Green co., Ga., Sept. 14th 1805, and at the age of twenty-one he commenced the practice of law.... He leaves a bereaved widow and six children.
 

Issue of February 1, 1867

Mrs. Sarah A. wife of Dr. John H. Thomas, died on Chunnenuggee Ridge, Jan. 9th 1867. She was the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Hunter and was born in Clarke co., Ga., Dec. 10th 1813. At a very early age she joined the Methodist Church.... She lived to see all of her children members of the Church. W. M. Motley.

Issue of February 8, 1867

Mrs. Virginia A. Braden, widow of Dr. James A. Braden, was born near Fredericksburg, Va., and died in Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 4th, 1867, in the 53d year of her age. She was the sister of the late lamented Col. George T. Ward of Virginia, who settled near Tallahassee when she was quite young... About 1846, she was confirmed in the Episcopal Church, of which she continued a consistent and exemplary member for about eight years. On 5th of March [1854] she and her husband joined the M. E. Church, South... F. A. Branch.

Issue of September 13, 1867

Martha Emily, infant daughter of Wm. G. and Mary A. F. England, died in Oglethorpe co., Ga., July 18, 1687, aged 3 years, 10 months and 21 days.

Issue of September 13, 1867

Mrs. Susannah Edwards was born Feb. 24, 1804, and died in Madison co., Fla., July 31, 1807. Her maiden name was Bennett. She was married to Samuel Edwards in Marlboro Dist., S. C., Nov. 23, 1820. She was left a widow in 1850 with a large family of children

Issue of September 13, 1867

Sister Mary A. E. Cook, only surviving daughter of Rev. John W. and Mary A. Cook, was born in Jasper co., Nov. 25th 1850, and died in Dooly co., August 22, 1867.

Issue of September 13, 1867

Fannie Hook, daughter of Dr. L. M. and E. W. Hook, died Aug. 2, 1687, aged 11 years, a d 20 days. She was a member of the Sunday school at Big Spring, Canton Circuit, Ga. Conference. J. R. Parker

Issue of September 13, 1867

Mrs. Margaret Johnson, wife of Rev. C. G. Johnson, of Twiggs co., Ga., died on 1st inst. She has left a mother, brother, husband, and six small children. Wm. Griffin. September 4th 1867.

Issue of September 20, 1867

Mrs. Nancy Wadsworth, formerly Nancy Johnson, was born in Newberry, S. C., in 1795, and died in Decatur, Ga., July 9th 1867, aged 72 years. She was married to Walter Wadsworth, August 1830. W. A. Dodge
 

Issue of September 20, 1867

Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of James S. Alexander, died in Bold Spring, Franklin co., Ga., on 14th August 1867, aged 61 years. She married brother James S. Alexander in 1829 and joined the Presbyterian Church, the church of her husband. A. G. Worley

Issue of September 20, 1867

Malcolm K. McCaskill was born August 22nd 1799 in the Isle of Skye, Scotland, and died in Chesterfield District, S. C., July 18th 1867. He came to America when about two years old with his parents. He married the daughter of Rev. Wm. Hudson, a local preacher, and settled near Fork Creek Church. O. Eaddy

Issue of September 27, 1867

Norman McRae was born in Marion District, S. C., January 1st 1789, and died at the residence of Duncan McRae, his brother, in Telfair county, Ga. He moved early in life to Georgia where he spent the greater portion of it. He represented Montgomery county in the State Legislature, and served as Justice of the Peace in Lumpkin county, Ga. He moved to Putnam county, East Florida, and then to Georgia where he died. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church

Issue of October 4, 1867
James E. Cotton, son of the late Rev. J. G. and A. E. Cotton, of Harris co., Ga., was drowned July 11th in attempting to swim from Hargetts Island to the Georgia side of the Chattahoochee. W. J. Cotter

Issue of October 4, 1867

Miss Ellenor Louisa Brown died in Macon, Aug. 23, in the 35th year of her age. The only daughter, and for some years the only child of a widowed Christian mother. J. S. Key

Issue of October 4, 1867

Mrs. Amanda Vickers, wife of Matthew Vickers and daughter of Wm. Bradford, Sr., died in Lowndes co., Ga., August 7th 1867, in her 37th year, leaving a husband and four children, aged parents. A. Stephens

Issue of October 11, 1867

William Thomas Riggins, only son of Mr. E. L. D. and A. Riggins, died in Bibb county, Sept. 20, aged 14 years 9 months and 4 days.

Issue of October 11, 1867

Mrs. Lucy W. Beaty, wife of Rev. John H. Beaty, was born in Horry Dist. S., C., Nov. 29, 1801, and died near Conwayboro, S. C., Sept. 11, 167. She leaves a husband and children. J. H. C. McKinney
 

Issue of October 11, 1867

Mrs. Josephine E. Story, wife of Geo. C. Story and daughter of T. L. and H. Nobles, was born January 15, 1848, and died July 20, 1867, in Macon co., Ala. She had been married about eight months. J. A. Green
 

Issue of October 25, 1867

In Orangeburgh District, S. C., Oct. 16th 1867, Charles Williams, son of Rev. A. M. and Anna E. Chrietzberg, aged seven years, nine months and eight days

Issue of October 25, 1867

Ellen Victoria, wife of Donald McLaughlin, and eldest daughter of John H. and R. S. A. Heise, of Columbia, S. C., was born Nov. 26th 1838, and died Oct. 6th 1867.

Issue of October 25, 1867

Alexander Joseph Ferree died on 26th Sept. 1867 in his 15th year. he was the only son of his mother, and she is a widow. P. G. Bowman

Issue of October 25, 1867

Mrs. Mary A. Scott, wife of Nathanael Scott, died in Scriven co., Ga., August 26, 1687, aged 71 years. J. M. Stokes

1867-1878
Issue of November 1, 1867

In Manning, S. C., Martha Eliza, infant daughter of the late Rev. Wm. A. Hemingway, aged 14 months and 5 days.
 

Issue of November 1, 1867

Mrs. Mary C. Poole, daughter of Charles S. and Mary D. G. Sibley, and wife of Maj. W. G. Poole, of Tallahassee, Fla., was born in Gadsden co,. Fla., Sept. 15th 1846; was married Jan. 16, 1687, and died in Quincy, Fla., at the residence of her step-father, Mr. J. R. Harris, Oct. 4th, 1867. A. J. Woldridge
 

Issue of November 1, 1867

Emily Olivia Cox was born in Harris co., January 5th 1835, but was reared in Columbus, Ga. She was married to the Rev. D. D. Cox, of the Georgia Conference, 20th Feb. 1856, and died in Baldwin co., 23d Aug 1867, leaving a husband and two children. W. M. Crumley

Issue of November 1, 1867

William C. Davis was born in Virginia, Aug. 25th 1776. At about 20 years of age, the family came to Elbert co,. Ga. He died 27th July 1867. About 42 years of the latter portion of his days he was a citizen of Newton co., Ga. W. J. Parks

Issue of November 1, 1867

Mrs. Jane Wallace Davis of Atlanta, Ga., a daughter of the late Rev. Wm. Holmes, of S. C., died on the 4th Oct. at the residence of Major W. D. Martin, in Lauderdale co,. Tenn., in her 53d year

Issue of November 1, 1867

E. Smith Walkly was born in Haddom, Conn., in the year 1804 and died near Central Institute, Ala., Aug. 7, 1867, aged 64 years. He leaves a large family and many friends. Wm. A. Edwards

Issue of November 8, 1867

Permelia Burns, wife of Wm. Burns, died on 20th Sept 1867 in Columbia co., Fla., aged 75 years. She was born in Scriven co., Ga., and removed to Decatur co., where she lived until last winter, since which time she had resided in Florida. She left a companion and children


Issue of November 8, 1867

James T. Hightower, son of Asbury W. and Sarah F. Hightower, was born in Russell co., Ala,. Jan. 28, 1842, and died in Montgomery co., Ala., Oct. 12, 1867. A. Dowling

Issue of November 8, 1867

Mrs. Elizabeth Summers died Oct. 16th 1867 in Newberry District, S. C., aged 74 years, 10 months and 16 days. She was a member at Capers' Chapel, Newberry circuit.

Issue of November 8, 1867

Tribute of Respect from Autauga Lodge, No. 31, to Edwin Stoudemire, M. W. M. Lewis Stoudemire, S. W., who died a few days after his brother.

Issue of November 15, 1867

Osborne Smart, about 70 years of age, died October 26th in Centreville. She was the only remaining member of the family. A. Richards
 

Issue of November 15, 1867

Mrs. E. P. Cobb, wife of J. N. B. Cobb, died in Dalton, Georgia, Sept. 19th 1867, in her 46th year. She leaves a husband and seven children

Issue of November 15, 1867

William Franklin Peach, in his 36th year, died in Perote, Bulloch co., Ala., June 17, 1867. He left a wife and two children

Issue of November 22, 1867

Mary E. Tarver, daughter of Caswell and S. A. Black, was born Feb. 21, 1843, in Harris co., Ga., was married to Chas. H. Tarver, March 20th 1862, and died 29th Sept 1867. Wm. B. Neal

Issue of November 22, 1867

Mr. Aaron Odom was born in Ga., Feb. 3d, 1804 and died in Henry co., Ala., Sept. 27, 1867. He leaves a wife and seven children. B. F. Blow

Issue of November 22, 1867

Sister Eliza Johnson died in Smithville, Ga., on 1st Sept. 1867 in the 24th year of her age. She left a husband and one little daughter. S. Anthony

Issue of November 22, 1867

Dr. William M. Harris, son of Edward and Mary Harris, was born in Montgomery co., Ala., July 12, 1823 and was married to Miss Harriet C. Walker, Jan. 27th 1848, with whom he lived till called to his reward, August 1, 1867. He leaves a wife and six children. A. Dowling


Issue of November 15, 1867

Mrs. E. P. Cobb, wife of J. N. B. Cobb, died in Dalton, Georgia, Sept. 19th 1867, in her 46th year. She leaves a husband and seven children.


William Franklin Peach, in his 36th year, died in Perote, Bulloch co., Ala., June 17, 1867. He left a wife and two children.

Issue of November 22, 1867

Mary E. Tarver, daughter of Caswell and S. A. Black, was born Feb. 21, 1843, in Harris co., Ga., was married to Chas. H. Tarver, March 20th 1862, and died 29th Sept 1867. Wm. B. Neal
 

Issue of November 22, 1867

Mr. Aaron Odom was born in Ga., Feb. 3d, 1804 and died in Henry co., Ala., Sept. 27, 1867. He leaves a wife and seven children. B. F. Blow
 

Issue of November 22, 1867

Sister Eliza Johnson died in Smithville, Ga., on 1st Sept. 1867 in the 24th year of her age. She left a husband and one little daughter. S. Anthony
 

Issue of November 22, 1867

Dr. William M. Harris, son of Edward and Mary Harris, was born in Montgomery co., Ala., July 12, 1823 and was married to Miss Harriet C. Walker, Jan. 27th 1848, with whom he lived till called to his reward, August 1, 1867. He leaves a wife and six children. A. Dowling
 

Issue of November 22, 1867

Miss Lizzie Rebecca, a daughter of John and Sandab B. Nash, died in Dekalb co., Ga., Oct. 21st 1867 in the 27th year of her life. W. A. Dodge
 

Issue of November 29, 1867

Susan P., infant daughter of H. S. R. and S. A. Roberts, on the 2nd of October.
 

Issue of November 29, 1867

Charlie A. F., infant son of Col. Arthur and A. M. L. Roberts, on the __ Nov., both of Columbia co., Fla.
 

Issue of November 29, 1867

Mary Lula Logan, eldest daughter of Jas. H. and Sophia W. Logan, was born 15th Jan 1852, and died Oct. 24th, 1867.... among pupils of Griffin Female College in 1865. W. A. Rogers.
 

 
Issue of November 29, 1867

John W. Hanson, was born March 2d, 1794, in Columbia co., Ga., and died Oct. 20, 1867, in Morgan Co. For more than half a century he had been a member of the M. E. Church. W. R. Foote

 
Issue of November 29, 1867

Thomas H. Everett, was born in Chowan co., N. C., Feb. 23d, 1805, died in Lumpkin, Stewart co., Ga., Nov. 14, 1867. Brother E. lived a number of years in West Florida, but for many years past, in Lumpkin. Last year he went to Texas and remained a month or two, and on his way home at Columbus, heard that his dear wife was dead and buried. A few months before his death, his son Thomas died by violent hands. Carrie, one of his daughters, asked him if he felt that God was sustaining him, to press her hand.... J. C. Simmons.
 

 
Issue of November 29, 1867

Mrs. Mary C. Billingslea, wife of Cyrus Billingslea, and daughter of George and Mary Chatfield, died near Oak Bowery, Ala., Aug. 7, 1867, aged about sixty years. There is left to mourn her loss a devoted husband and a little step grand-daughter.
 
Issue of November 29, 1867

Capt. Daniel Bird was born in Edgefield, S. C., in September 1784, became a member of the Methodist Church in 1805, removed to Florida more than thirty years ago, and died near Monticello, Fla., Nov. the 6th, of the present year.... J. Anderson.
 

 
Issue of November 29, 1867

Mrs. Harriet Elizabeth Birdsong, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Clarke, was born in Nottaway co., Va., on the 8th Dec., 1818, moved to Ga. in 1836, was married to E. F. Birdsong, Nov. 21, 1837, and died the 14th of Oct. 1867. When a child, her parents died.... A good wife, a good mother.... J. Lewis
 

 
Issue of December 6, 1867

Mrs. Harriet F. Florence exchanged her toils on earth for her rest in Heaven, on the 19th Nov. 1867. She was the wife of Rev. William A. Florence of the No. Ga. Conference. She was born at Sandy Hook, Washington co., N. Y., on the 16th of March 1802. She removed to the South in 1830, and settled in Greensboro, Ga., where her uncle, the Rev. Adid Sherwood, a preacher of distinction in the Baptist denomination, then resided; and on the 19th of July, 1832, was married to Rev. W. A. Florence. She lived long enough to raise and train an interesting family. Two noble sons fell martyrs to the cause of their country; a third, lost his right arm.... A. Means.
 

 
Issue of December 6, 1867

Dr. N. M. Holton was born in Concord, N. C., November 17th ,1810, and died in Tazewell, Ga., October 28, 1867. He professed religion July, 1831, in Charlotte, No Ca., at a union meeting held by Rev. Mr. Barnes of the Presbyterian Church and Rev. Mr. Furman of the Baptist Church, and joined the Presbyterian Church... became dissatisfied and removed to Lincoln co., Ga., where he joined the M. E. Church, under Rev. J. C. Simmons, at New Hope, 1834, moved to Talbotton, Ga., 1835.... He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss.
 

 
Issue of December 6, 1867

Miss Elizabeth Coppedge, wife of Rev. J. W. Coppedge, died on 5th Sept, in her 43d year, after an illness of 8 days. She was born and raised in Dooly co., Ga. She has left a husband and five children to mourn their loss.
 

 
Issue of December 13, 1867

Little Ellen Blum, daughter of Wm. A. and Martha C. Bessent, died at Little River, S. C., Sept 24th 1867, aged five years and six months.
 

 
Issue of December 13, 1867

Roscius F. Attwood died at his residence near Mt. Elba, Bradley co., Arkansas, on Saturday morning, 2nd Nov 1867, in his 52nd year. He leaves a family and aged mother. M. T. McGehee
 

 
Issue of December 20, 1867

Rev. Thos. McMillan, was born May 10, 1786, and passed peacefully into his eternal rest at Aiken, S. C., Nov. 8, 1867. A. J. Stokes.
 

 
Issue of December 20, 1867

Dr. James W. Yarbrough, died on the 23d Oct. 1867, at the residence of his brother, J. F. Yarbrough, in Lee co., Ala., aged 43 years, 8 months and 11 days. For a number of years, he practiced his profession with ability and success at Gordon, Henry co., Ala. J. F. Dowdell
 

 
Issue of January 3, 1868

Mrs. Annie A. Hunter, daughter of Alexander Pope, Sr., and wife of Commander Thos. T. Hunter, of the Confederate States Navy, died in Washington, Ga., Aug. 20, 1867. One year ago, she stood before the marriage altar....
 

 
Issue of January 3, 1868

W. W. Seals died at his son's, Cornelius Seals, in St. John's co., Fla., 29th Sept., in the 80th year of his age. He died away from home. He was taken to Florida a few months before to improve his health....
 

 
Issue of January 3, 1868

Miss Adele E. Seals, a daughter of the above, also departed this life, only ten days after the death of her mother.
 

 
Issue of January 3, 1868

Richard Shelton Gill, son of Maj. Josiah Gill, was born Oct. 23, 1845, and died Oct. 19, 1867. About a month before his death he made a visit to his father's house in Cave Spring, Ga., on the eve of going to Homer, La., where he hoped to enter business with his brother. W. P. R.
 

 
Issue of January 3, 1868

Mr. Charles J. Fletcher died in Tattnall co., Nov. 1867, in his fifty-eighth year. He was an elegant citizen, and had the honor of a place in the senate of Georgia.... L. B. Payne
 

 
Issue of January 10, 1868

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth, wife of Rev. J. P. Jones, of the Montgomery Conf., and daughter of Rev. A. B. and Lucinda Elliott, was born Sept. 27, 1845, and died Dec. 1, 1867 at her father's residence in Elmore co., Ala. She was dedicated to God by baptism in early infancy by Rev. Jesse Ellis. In Nov. 1865 she was married to Rev. J. P. Jones... leaves a boy of 16 months. A. B. E.
 

 
Issue of January 10, 1868

Mrs. Antoinette Eugenia, wife of Matthew J. Goodin, daughter of Henry and Sarah Butts, of Upson county, Ga., died in Crawford county on 6th Nov., in the 19th year of her age, leaving infant twins only a few days old.... Evie G.
 

 
Issue of January 24, 1868

Jesse Sample, was born Dec. 25, 1808 and died Dec. 25, 1867. He was born, lived and died in Georgia. he has been a prominent citizen of Forsyth county for the last thirty-five years.... J. D. Anthony.
 

 
Issue of January 31, 1868

John W. Porter died in Madison, Ga., after a brief illness of only four days on the 7th Jan., 1868, aged 70 years.
 

 
Issue of January 31, 1868

Mrs. Georgia Alma Cheeseborough, wife of Mr. Charles Cheeseborough, of Augusta, Ga., died 12th January 1867. In childhood left an orphan, her home with her brother General Doles, of Milledgeville, a noble and gallant Confederate soldier. She was a cousin of Bishop G. F. Pierce. She has left a kind and affectionate husband and many friends to mourn.
 

 
Issue of January 31, 1868

Dr. Lewis Myers died near Ocala, Florida, on the 4th November 1867. He was the only son of the well known Rev. Lewis Myers of the Methodist Church. he was a native of Charleston, S. C., was educated at Oxford, Ga., attended Medical lectures at the S. C. College and there received the degree of M. D. in 1854, and commenced the profession in the surrounding country of
Lawtonville, S. C.
 

 
Issue of January 31, 1868

Mr. James Sanderford died in St. Marys , Ga., Jan. 2nd, 1868, in the 74th year of his age. He was a native of Beaufort District, S. C.. His youth and early manhood were spent in that State, the latter portion of his life in Savannah, and Camden co., Ga. He raised a large family....
 

 
Issue of January 31, 1868

Mrs. Martha Faulkner, wife of Mr. P. Faulkner and daughter of Martin Fowler, was born Nov. 25, 1825, and died at Graniteville, S. C., Dec. 2d, 1867. She leaves a husband and five children to mourn her loss. T. F.
 
Issue of February 7, 1868

 Death of Rev J. W. McIver. The Memphis Advocate states that this brother, a member of the Memphis Conference, died on the 17th January....
 

 
Issue of February 7, 1868

Augustus Berrien Redding, eldest son of Col. Anderson W. Redding was born in Monroe co., Ga., December 27th, 1827, and died of cholera at his residence, Wesson, Mississippi, Jan. 15, 1868. He moved last December to Wesson, a manufacturing town on the N. O. J. & G. N. Railroad.... His Brother.
 

 
Issue of February 7, 1868

Chapman F. Maddux, whose name is precious in the memory of many itinerant preachers is not more. He was born in Warren co., Ga., Nov. 27, 1804, and died in Rusk co., Texas, Nov. 29, 1867. He was a brother of Rev. Patrick N. Maddux of Pike co. J. B. S.
 

 
Issue of February 7, 1868

John Ira Huff was born at Red Clay, Ga., March 20th, 1845, joined the M. E. Church, South, when about 9 years, old, and died in Dalton, Ga., Nov. 24th, 1867, from a gunshot wound received a few hours before. J. T. Norris
 

 
Issue of February 7, 1868

Mrs. Louisa E. Nichols, wife of Alonzo Nichols and daughter of John S. Jackson, died in Clark co., Ga., January 10th, 1868, aged 18 years.... A year wanting a few days only, had rolled round since she became the wife of Bro. Nichols.... I. M. Kenney
 

 
Issue of February 14, 1868

Miss Mollie C. Stillwell, daughter of Richard and Sarah A. Stillwell, was born Oct. 31, 1834, and died Jan. 14, 1868.
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Issue of February 21, 1868

Mrs. Harriet Pegues Gillespie, widow of the late General Samuel Wilds Gillespie, died on 23d Nov 1867, at the residence of Rev. R. R. Pegues, in Marlboro District, S. C., in the 74th year of her age. She reared seven children, six of whom survive. A. M. Shipp
 

 
Issue of February 21, 1868

Miss Susan Jane McDonell, wife of Col. T. A. McDonell, died at Gainesville, East Florida, Nov. 2d, 1867, in the 36th year of her age. Geo. G. N. MacD.
 

 
Issue of February 21, 1868

Minor Gladden was born in Fairfield District, S. C., 16th Nov 1878, and died Dec. 16, 1867, one month over eighty years of age. In my boyhood he was my neighbor and his children were my school fellows. Amongst them was one who linked his name to the history of his country-- Gen. A. W. Gladden, who commanded the South Carolina Regiment after the fall of his superior officers in Mexico, under Gen. Scott; and who fell by a wound received on the battle-field of Shiloh. He left several children and grand-children.
 

 
Issue of February 28, 1868

Mrs. Barbary A. Conn died on the 4th of Feb. 1868 in the 76th year of her age. Reared in Virginia... She removed with her husband to Milledgeville, Ga., 50 years ago.
 

 
Issue of March 6, 1868

Lewis M. Dickey was born in Rutherford county, N. C., April 29, 1785, removed to Greenville District about forty years since. While on a visit to her daughter, Sister A. Cannon, Spartanburg District, on February 4th, he was taken by a severe chill, that completely prostrated him, from which he never recovered. Having lived 82 years, 9 months, and 10 days, on the 9th of February 1868. J. A. Wood
 

 
Issue of March 6, 1868

George W. Shepherd died in Griffin, Ga., on 18th February in the 23d year of his age. H. J. A.
 

 
Issue of March 13, 1868

Marcus A. Grady died of rheumatism in Anson co., N. C., Dec. 2d, 1867, in the 26th year of his age.
 

 
Issue of March 13, 1868

Mrs. Virginia A., wife of John P. Smith, M. D., and daughter of Lyman and Esther Smith was born April 30th 1845, and died January 22d, 1868, at Miccosukee, Leon co., Fla. Her mother died May 20th, 1863, leaving on her hands the care of her younger brothers and sisters. In November 1865, she was married to Dr. Smith.
 

 
Issue of March 13, 1868

James Martin Brooks was born in Spartanburg District, S. C., Nov. 23, 1821, joined the M. E. Church, South, at 18; emigrated to Florida in December, 1845, and died January 13, 1868. He was a kind husband and a loving father.
 

 
Issue of March 20, 1868

Wade Turner, R. Harper, Susannah Harper, and Father and Mother McMullin. They were members of the same class at Turner's Chapel. Wade Turner was a brother of the late Rev. Allen Turner of the Georgia Conference. He was one of the first settlers of this (Henry) county.
 

 
Issue of March 20, 1868

Sister Ann M. Foster was born Jan. 18, 1810, and died in Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 2nd, 1867, in the 58th year of her age. She professed religion and joined the church in Barnwell ct., S. C., in 1840. She leaves no children, only her husband, Bro. A. H. Foster, and one sister to mourn her absence.
 

 
Issue of March 20, 1868

Miss Elizabeth Beatey, of Georgetown, S. C., died on Santee, at the residence of H. J. Bailey, Dec. 1st, 1867, aged 81 years and 20 months. She joined the Methodist Church in 1810.... J. A. P.
 

 
Issue of March 20, 1868

Bro. Samuel Smith was born Jan. 6, 1802, and died Jan. 21, 1868. His remains slumber in the grave-yard at Smith's Chapel. W. A. Hodges
 

 
Issue of March 27, 1868

My mother in law, Mrs. Anna Jane Rogers, was born in Roberson co,. N. C., Feb. 28th, 1810, and died in Bishopville, S. C., Jan. 25th, 1868. Her parents, Daniel and Jane McCallum, were of Scotch descent and of the Presbyterian faith. When she was but eight years old, her pious mother died, and she and her young brothers were deprived of her care. After she grew up, several of her brothers settled in South Carolina, and her time was mostly spent among them. It was in Marlboro District, S. C., in 1832, that she first met Wm. Rogers, who one year after became her husband. She lived to see all of her children educated. Two of her grown children, Dr. D. M. Rogers and Mrs. H. C. Plowden, with a little daughter who died in childhood, were called before her, to their reward on high.... One week after, we were hastily summoned by the message that not only Mrs. R., but also her deal little grand-children and namesake, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Scarborough, were both alarmingly ill.
 

 
Issue of March 27, 1868

Sister Mary Murphy died at Midway, near Milledgeville, Ga., Feb. 5th, 1868, aged 83 years and a few days. She was born in South Carolina Feb. 1, 1785, joined the M. E. Church when 18 years old. She had buried two husbands, the last George Murphy, in 1856.... These venerable female members of our Church at Milledgeville died in February-- Sister Conn aged 75; Sister Murph, aged 83, and Sister Fitzgerald, aged 93 years.
 

 
Issue of March 27, 1868

Elsberry Robison was born Dec. 25, 1800 and died at his son-in-law's in Pike co., Ga., February 13, 1868. He was left an orphan when quite young and was raised in Washington co., Ga., by his grand mother, a Presbyterian lady.... In 1824, he joined the Church at Rock Spring C. M. He has had seven children-- five of whom and his wife had gone before him. M. Bellah
 

 
Issue of April 3, 1868

Sister Caledonia Brooks was born Dec. 2nd, 1823, in Newnan, Ga., was married to Mr. E. A. Brooks in 1852.... E. P. Birch
 

 
Issue of April 3, 1868

Mrs. Rebecca Callaway (whose maiden name was Cockrell) was born March 4th, 1803, in Chester Dist., S. C., and died March 11th, 1868, in Noxubee co., Miss., at the residence of her son-in-law, Judge J. J. Beauchamp. She was married to the Rev. Elisha Callaway, now a member of the Mobile Conference, Jan. 27th, 1825. In 1839 she became a resident of Macon... J. Bancroft
 

 
Issue of April 3, 1868

Miss Sarah Virginia Mulkey, daughter of Rev. Homer V. and Sarah A. Mulkey, died on 19th March, at Dover, Terrell co., Ga., aged 23 years.
 

 
Issue of April 10, 1868

Miss Julia A. Evans, daughter of Edward and Martha B. Evans, died in Savannah, Ga., March 15, 1868, in the 17th year of her age. Geo. G. N. Mac D.
 

 
Issue of April 17, 1868

Benjamin J. Smith was born in Greenville co., Va., and died in Lowndes co., Ala., aged about 64 years. he settled in Alabama, near the line of Lowndes and Montgomery counties, 15 miles from the city of Montgomery in 1828, and pursue the life of an active, intelligent and successful planter for a score of years. B. F. Perry
 

 
Issue of April 17, 1868

Mrs. Margaret M. Wilson, wife of E. A. Wilson, and daughter of the late Wm. Eaken of Putnam co., Ga., died in Sumter co., 3d Feb. 1868, in the 32d year of her age. W. A. W.
 

 
Issue of April 17, 1868

Campbell Raiford, son of Morris Raiford, born in Jefferson co., Ga., April 11th, 1809, died at Auburn, Ala., March 29th 1868, being nearly 59 years old. In 1836 he was married to Elizabeth Bostick and moved to Culloden; thence, in 1851, to Auburn, Ala. He married his second wife, Mrs. Henrietta A. Wimberly, in Auburn. She survives him and, wife her four children, mourns his loss. Jesse Wood
 

 
Issue of April 17, 1868

Mrs. Sarah A. Flinn, died in Brunswick, Ga., on March 24th, 1868, aged 63 years and 19 days. She was a member of the Methodist Church for about forty years... R. J. Corley
 

 
Issue of April 17, 1868

Col. Dennis Hills was born in Leominster, Mass., 6th May 1800, became a citizen of Floyd co., Ga., in 1834, and died near Rome, on the eleventh of March 1868.
 

 
Issue of April 17, 1868

Mrs. Eliza Perkins, widow of William E. Perkins, and daughter of Horace and Maria Holtzclaw, died at the residence of her son-in-law, in Stewart co., Ga., aged 41 years, 8 months and 14 days. Her husband was killed at the battle of Griswoldville in 1864.... She left a mother, one brother and three children.
 

 
Issue of April 17, 1868

Jesse T. McLeran died in Suwannee co., Fla., on 27th March 1868, in the 36th year of his age. He has life a wife, four children and numerous relatives.
 

 
Issue of April 17, 1868

Tribute of Respect by the Board of Stewards of Unionville station, S. C. Conference, to A. W. Thomson, Esq., and Judge D. Goudelock.
 

 
Issue of April 24, 1868

In Athens, Ga., Little Carrie, daughter of Rev. H. H. and S. A. Parks, 2 months and 2 weeks old.
 

 
Issue of April 24, 1868

Mrs. Narcissa Stephens, wife of Captain Reuben Stephens of Colleton Dist., S. C., and mother of Rev. A. B. Stephens of the S. C. Conference was born 16th April 1805 and died 14th of March 1868. L. Wood
 

 
Issue of April 24, 1868

Lewis Pou, of Lexington S. C., died April 3d, 1868, in the 78th year of his age. For more than fifty years he was a consistent member of the Methodist Church.
 

 
Issue of April 24, 1868

Andrew O. Houser of St. Mathews, S. C., died of consumption, April 6th 1868, in the 26th year of his age. [account of military service] He has left a loving wife and little daughter, some two years old. Besides, an aged father laments a Benjamin gone.
 

 
Issue of May 1, 1868

Mrs. Ann, wife of Thos S. Glass, formerly Miss Porter, died near Newborn Ga., April 10th 1868, aged about 25 years. Before her marriage, Jan. 1861, she made a public profession of religion and joined the M. E. Church, South... left children. J. F. Mixon
 

 
Issue of May 1, 1868

Sarah A. Hill was born in Rutherford co., N. C., March 10, 1812. She was one of a family of eight sisters. Only two of these sisters now lives... she died 20th February last in the present of husband, children and friends. In the family burial ground near by, we lower her mortality into the tomb....
 

 
Issue of May 8, 1868

Mrs. Clara Columbia Wiggins, widow of Dr. N. H. Wiggins, and youngest daughter of Rev. L. and A. M. Pierce, was born in Greensboro, Ga., November 8th, 1829, and died in Hancock, at the house of her brother, Bishop G. F. Pierce, April 14, 186, after three years of suffering from a diseased heart. Her Father
 

 
Issue of May 8, 1868

The latter part of the year 1867 was a period of the severest affliction in the family of Rev. Thos. Friday, of Richland District, S. C. Typhoid fever, of a malignant type, commence its deadly work, by claiming as its first victim Thomas L., a promising and pious son. He was born May 17, 1857, and died Sept. 8th, 1867. John D. was taken ill a short time after his brother was buried, and after seven days went to his reward. He was born June 27th, and died Sept. 16th 1867. The next was Nannie F., the only daughter, sick only 5 days, born July 22d, 1861, and died Sept. 16th, 1867.
 

 
Issue of May 8, 1868

Hiram Traywick was born in Twiggs co., Ga., and died near Natasulga, Macon co., Ala., April 13, 1868, aged 54 years and 10 months. He leaves a wife and three children.
 

 
Issue of May 15, 1868

Hiram Adolphus Troutman, third son of Mr. H. B. Troutman, of Vineville, Ga., was born in Crawford co., Ga., April 9th 1832; was a graduate of the South Carolina College in the class of 1852; was united in marriage 7th Feb. 1855 to Miss T. E. Napier, daughter of the late Mr. Skelton Napier. In the late Confederate war, he served his country.... Late in the afternoon of 21st April 1868, he visited the store of Messrs. Seymour, Johnson & Co., on 2nd Street, Macon, Ga., with view to perfect a purchase... died there.
 

 
Issue of May 15, 1868

John Kelly was drowned in the Oconee river while fishing, April 6th, 1868, in the 89th year of his age. He was born in Maryland and emigrated to Georgia in his 18th year and settled in the vicinity of Salem church, a few years after. Wm. Bryan
 

 
Issue of May 15, 1868

Dr. David A. Telfair, died in Quincy, Fla., Feb. 2d, 1868, of injuries received by being thrown from his buggy. He was born in Washington, N. C., Nov. 12th, 1823, and was a son of the late Dr. Thomas Telfair of that place. Early in life, he entered upon the practice of medicine, in his native town, and there continued until the year 1851, when he removed to Florida. A. J. W.
 

 
Issue of May 15, 1868

Sister Sarah Bregan, daughter of Rev. Jacob Ozier, died in Cuthbert, Ga., on 26th April in the 37th year of her age. J. O. A. Cook
 

 
Issue of May 15, 1868

Mrs. Martha A. Maddux, wife of J. T. Maddux, was born in Henry co., Ga., Feb. 13th, 1838, and died of consumption ,near Midway, Ala., on 1st March 1868. She leaves a husband and two little girls to mourn her loss. W. K. Norton
 

 
Issue of May 15, 1868

Mrs. Elizabeth H., wife of Rev. G. W. Epps, died in Harris co., Ga., aged about 74 years. A husband and two surviving sons and many friends mourn her loss. W. A. Parks. Texas Advocate please copy.
 

 
Issue of May 15, 1868

Marshall Everette Kendle, died on Sunday, 19th April, in Stanly co., N. C., aged 7 years and 4 months. He came to his death by the kick of a horse.... leaves his mother, Mrs. Francis Kendle, and numerous friends. J. W. Puett
 

 
Issue of May 15, 1868

Tribute of Respect by W. A. Graham Council, U. D., Fort Gaines, Ga., to Rev. James B. Jackson.
 

 
Issue of May 22, 1868

Mrs. Mary Ann Dwight, daughter of Dr. V. D. V. Jamison, formerly, and until his decease, a resident of Orangeburg District, S. C., and widow of Samuel B. Dwight, died suddenly at Hopedale, Murray co., Ga., April 12th, in the 69th year of her age. She was a native of Orangeburg, and spent far the larger part of her life there, being one of the original founders of the Orangeburg Presbyterian Church. Cartersville Express please copy.
 

 
Issue of May 22, 1868

Mrs. Milly Glenn, wife of Rev. Wm. Glenn, was born 31st August 1798, and died the 10th April 186. W. A. Hodges
 

 
Issue of May 29, 1868

Col. Robert McMillan was born on 7th January 1805 near the city of Belfast, Ireland, and died in Clarksville, Ga., on 6th May 1868. From the son of the deceased I learn that he came to America about the year 1832, and engaged in mercantile pursuits in Augusta, Ga. In 1836 he was married to Miss Ruth A. Banks, of Elbert co., where he settled and continue his mercantile pursuits until 1839, when he abandoned this for the profession of the law. F. G. Hughes
 

 
Issue of May 29, 1868

James M. Richardson died in Gainsville, Fla., April 13th 1868, in the 58th year of his age. He was born in Lancaster, S. C., where he devoted himself to God in early life and became a humble but earnest member of the Methodist Church. Removing to Florida in after years.... Jas. O. A. S.
 

 
Issue of May 29, 1868

Mrs. Mary B. Persons, wife of Augustus A. Persons, and daughter of John Quigly, was born at Fort Valley, Ga., Jan. 2, 1820, and died near Enon, Ala., on the 11th April 1868.... W. K. Norton
 

 
Issue of May 29, 1868

Rev. R. McHan died in Waldo, Fla., March 2nd, 1868, in the 44th year of his age. He has left a disconsolate widow and three little ones.
 

 
Issue of June 5, 1868

Capt. Joseph M. Kennedy was born May 19th, 1833, and died at Cedar Shoals, in Newton co., Ga., 18th May 1868. He entered the service of the Confederate States, in the late was, in the 9th Texas Infantry.... After the close of the war he was united in marriage with Miss Foster, a daughter of Dr. Edward Foster, of Louisville, Mississippi. Gustavus J. Orr
 

 
Issue of June 5, 1868

Hattie A. Garrison, daughter of R. S. and S. E. Garrison, formerly of Bowdon, Ga., died at San Marcos, Texas, on 19th of April 1868, in her 5th year. M. A. Texas Christian Advocate please copy.
 

 
Issue of June 5, 1868

Tribute of Respect to Obadiah Foster, who was killed by falling from the wall of a house, May 11, 1868, in the 83d year of his age.
 

 
Issue of June 12, 1868

Mrs. Elizabeth Bird, was born 14th Sept 1799, in Maryland, and died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Upton in Abbeville Dist., S. C., on April 25th, 1868. Mother Bird was in the little town of Greenwood where she had long resided, a proverb of piety.
 

 
Issue of June 12, 1868

Brother C. G. Welborn was born Oct. 1839 and died in Columbia co., Ga., April 29th, 1868. He has left a devoted wife and two small children.
 

 
Issue of June 19, 1868

On the 11th inst., at the residence of Mr. David H. Dougherty of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Sarah A. Wilson, wife of W. A. Wilson, of Fulton co., Ga., and daughter of Mason and Minerva Gloss, of Newton Co.
 

 
Issue of June 19, 1868

A Trio of Worthies Gone. 1st Mrs. Elizabeth Hargroves died near Harmony Grove in Jackson co., Ga., April 15th, 1868, aged 84 years 4 months and 8 days. 2d. Mrs. Permelia A. Pharr, aged about 67 years, died in Newton co., Ga., near the "Circle," April 17, 1868. 3d. More than two years before sister Pharr's death, her husband Alexander Pharr, died at the same place and about the same age. They were both raised in Oglethorpe co. W. J. Parks
 

 
Issue of June 19, 1868

My dear wife, Mrs. Louisa O. Turner, fell asleep in Jesus on 7th May 1868, in her 34th year.... A. M. Turner
 

 
Issue of June 19, 1868

Mrs. Cynthia Cotton, wife of Wm. G. Cotton, was born Oct. 5th 1791 and died in Troup co., Ga., April 23d 1868. In the 12th year of her age, she embraced religion and joined the Baptist Church. After her marriage she joined the M. E. Church of which her husband had been a member... Her husband, who is quite old, still lingers on the shores of time. P. M. Ryburn
 

 
Issue of June 19, 1868

My dear wife, Mrs. Louisa O. Turner, fell asleep in Jesus on 7th May 1868, in her 34th year.... A. M. Turner
 

 
Issue of June 19, 1868

Mrs. Cynthia Cotton, wife of Wm. G. Cotton, was born Oct. 5th 1791 and died in Troup co., Ga., April 23d 1868. In the 12th year of her age, she embraced religion and joined the Baptist Church. After her marriage she joined the M. E. Church of which her husband had been a member... Her husband, who is quite old, still lingers on the shores of time. P. M. Ryburn
 

 
Issue of June 26, 1868

in Savannah, Ga., on the evening of the 5th June 1868, Alexander Wellington, aged only nine hours; and on the evening of the 13th June 1868, Eddie Wynn, aged only eight days and five and a half hours, infant and twin children of Ely and Anna C. Otto.
 

 
Issue of June 26, 1868

Sister Elizabeth Rumph was born 29th Nov 1788 and died May 20th 1868 in her 80th year. Her birth-place was Orangeburg Dist., S. C. Here she grew to womanhood and was married to John Rumph. She died at the residence of Rev. C. A. Crowell in Dawson, Ga., who married her daughter. Sister Crowell of Dawson and sister Pooser of Jackson co., Fla. are the only children that survived her.... T. T. Christian
 

 
Issue of June 26, 1868

Jarvis Seale was born in Prince William co., Va., June 19, 1785. His mother having died when he was a few days old, he was reared until his 7th year by a devout aunt.... He held membership for many years with the church at Independence, Wilkes co., Ga. The last two or three years of his life were spent at Zebulon, Ga., where he died April 15, 1868, being with a few weeks of 83 years old. In a note, his son, Rev. R. A. Seale, says: "His illness was of short but painful duration...." R. W. Bigham
 

 
Issue of June 26, 1868

Sister Sarah M. G. Parker died in Spaulding co., on the 16th May 1868, in her 72nd year, making only a brief tarry behind her husband with whom she had journeyed up and down the hill of life for half a century. They were among the early settlers of Georgia.... W. M. Crumly
 

 
Issue of June 26, 1868

Mrs. Catharine A. Fears, daughter of Jas. and Mary E. Ramsey, was born in Henry co., Ga., April 21st 1821, moved with her parents to Harris co., Ga., and was married to Rev. Thos J. Fears, M. D., December 23d, 1840, and died in Salem, Ala., May 18th, 1868. J. H. Lockhart
 

 
Issue of June 26, 1868

Sister H. Wheeler died in Monroe co., on 2d June 1868. She had been a consistent member of the M. E. Church, South, for forty-three years. F. B. Davies
 

 
Issue of July 3, 1868

Rev. George Watson, Jr., a local elder of the Newnansville Station, Florida Conference, was born in Maine, Dec. 24th, 1811. A graduate of West Point, he served six years in the U. S. service. He moved to this country over thirty years ago. He was one of the chief surveyors in this "Land of flowers." On Sunday evening March 22d, 1868, he was transferred to that "Land of pure delight." E. S. Tyner
 

 
Issue of July 3, 1868

Henry R. Barr was born May 24th 1838 and died in Lexington Dist., S. C., Feb. 13th, 1868. He was for a number of years a consistent member of the M. E. Church, South. he had been for several years laboring under epilepsy, which towards the close of his mortal career, was protracted and severe. Bro. Barr has left a widow, five children, and numerous relatives. This affliction not only rests heavily upon his disconsolate widow, but also on his aged parents. he and his family resided with them. And he was the son of their old age.
 

 
Issue of July 3, 1868

Rev. John P. Moate was born March 6th 1793 in S. Ca., and died in Dooly co., Sept 4, 1867, with paralysis. He was licensed to preached in 1813 and for seven years was a member of the Georgia Conference. Bro. Moate for the last ten years lived in Dooly Co.... E. J. Rentz
 

 
Issue of July 3, 1868

Daniel Davis died in Lumpkin co., Ga., June 10th 1868 in the 83d year of his age. He was one of the first settlers of this county and was a good citizen, an obliging neighbor, an affectionate husband, a kind father, and a humane master. G. Hughes
 

 
Issue of July 3, 1868

Florella Singleton Ingram, daughter of Wm. R. A. and Martha Ingram, of Schley co., Ga., was born Feb. 26th 1855, died 5th May 1868.
 

 
Issue of July 10, 1868

Rev. Thomas Cook was born Oct. 20th, 1802, and died May 22d, 1868. His father, James Cook, was one among the first Methodists of Marlborough Dist.,S. C., and was for many years a class leader at Beauty Spot Church. L. M. Hamer
 

 
Issue of July 10, 1868

Mrs. Martha E. Hargrove, wife of Col. J. P. Hargrove, was born in Lunenburg co., Va., June 25, 1819, and died near Quincy, Fla., March 4, 1868.... A. J. Woldridge
 

 
Issue of July 10, 1868

Mr Mother, Mary Kensall, was born in Wilkes co., Ga., 24th July 1780, and died near Flatshoals, Meriwether co., 24th April 1868, after an illness of but a few days.... She was married twice, and her last husband the late Maj. E. Kendall she survived over twenty five years. She was the mother of eleven children, all of whom she survived but three.
 

 
Issue of July 10, 1868

Mrs. Sarah A. Wilson, wife of Judge Wm. A. Wilson, of Fulton co., Ga., and daughter of Manson and Minerva Glass, of Newton co., Ga., was born March 16, 1840, graduated with honor at the S. M. F. College, Covington, Ga., June 1858, married Dec. 1859, and died in perfect peace, June 14th 1868. F. A. Kimbell
 

 
Issue of July 10, 1868

Mrs. H. H. Dodge, wife of Rev. W. A. Dodge of the N. G. Conference, and daughter of Robert L. and A. L. Williams was born in Oxford, Ga., Jan 25th, 1844, and died in DeKalb co., Ga., April 12th, 1868, in the 25th year of her life.
 

 
Issue of July 10, 1868

James E. Bustin, only son of Edward C. and Caroline T. Bustin, of Fayette co., Ga., was thrown from a mule and instantly killed May 23d, 1868.... Robert Stripling
 

 
Issue of July 17, 1868

Bro. John Harper died in Pike co., Ga., on 20th June 1868, in the 85th year of his age. He was one of the first settlers in this county. The mother of his children died many years since. He married a second wife with whom he lived until separate from her and his children and grand children and many relatives and friends by death.... R. A. Seale
 

 
Issue of July 17, 1868

Mrs. Rebecca Williamson died April 17th 1868, in the 59th year of her age. In her 20th year she became a member of the M. E. Church. She was probably the first person that joined the infant society at Old Sandy Spring, Laurens Dist., S. C.... She subsequently removed to Spartanburg District, where she spent the greater portion of her life as a teacher.
 

 
Issue of July 17, 1868

Mrs. Hattie Brown, wife of the late Mr. J. W. Brown, and daughter of Rev. D. N. and A. E. Burkhalter of Marion co., Ga., died near Columbus, Ga., June 10th 1868, in her 34th year. She graduated in the Wesleyan Female College in 1852. She called out the name of her sister Fannie and children, sometime since deceased.
 

 
Issue of July 17, 1868

Henry W. Ackerman died June 13th 1868, aged ___ years. A widow, a son and two daughters are left to mourn. John W. McRoy
 

 
Issue of July 17, 1868

Mrs. Mary M. Wyly, wife of James A. Wyly and daughter of E. P. and Elizabeth Williams, died in Nacoochee Valley, on 28th June, in her 26th year... F. H. Hughes
 

 
Issue of July 17, 1868

Judge Burrel Thomas Pope died May 8, 1868, in Gadsden, Ala., after an illness of six weeks. He was born in Oglethorpe co., Ga., Jan. 7, 1813, was the son of Wiley and Sarah Pope, joined the M. E. Church in Athens, Ga., in 1827. he studied law with Judge Clayton of Athens. In 1837 he removed to Wetumpka, Ala., until he removed to Ashville, St. Clair co., Ala in 1844. He married Miss Joanna Lester, January 8, 1838. He removed to Gadsden, Ala., in 1867. He leaves a widow and eight children. W. L. Clifton
 

 
Issue of July 17, 1868

Mrs. Mary Wright died on Cypress ct., S. C., 28th May 1868, in her 83d year She has left two children... A. R. Danner
 

 
Issue of July 17, 1868

Mrs. Lucretia Brown, wife of Mr. D. P. Brown, died in Baldwin co., on the 19th of June 1868, in the 54th year of her age, leaving a husband and nine children.
 

 
Issue of July 17, 1868

William Marcellus Nolan, son of Q. R. Nolan, of McDonough, Ga., was toying with a small repeater, while engaged in pleasant conversation, when the pistol was accidentally discharged. He lived but one hour and died thus on the 15th June 1868, aged 17 years.
 

 
Issue of July 24, 1868

Mrs. Elizabeth Hameter, widow of the excellent Joel Hameter, the memory of whose virtues is cherish in the churches of Ala., died March 10th, in Barbour co., Ala. She was the daughter of Andrew and Nancy Bates, born in Edgefield Dist., S., C., Jan. 15, 1808. Nov. 14, 1833, she was happily married to him who for more than thirty years was her earthly stay and comfort, until God took him and left her with two affectionate daughters. Her daughter Julia died in 1857 while at College in Tuskegee.... A. J. Hamill

 
Issue of July 24, 1868

Sister Anna E. Jones, wife of Geo. H. Jones, and daughter of A. W. and Exer A. Martin, formerly of Americus Ga., was born Sept 29th 1837, and died in Gwinnett co., Ga., June 7, 1868. J. M. Lowrey
 

 
Issue of July 24, 1868

Miss Josie E., daughter of L. C. and S. A. Mims, was born at Lumpkin, Stewart co., Ga., May 6, 1848, and died at Whitesville, Harris co., Ga., June 26, 1868. She was a pupil at Oak Bowery Female College, Ala.... W. J. Cotter
 

 
Issue of July 31, 1868

Mrs. Martha R. Gore, wife of Mr. James W. Gore, who removed to Florida last January from South Carolina, died in Marion co., Fla., on 15th June 1868, in the 40th year of her age. She was the mother of a large family of children.
 

 
Issue of July 31, 1868

Irbin Collins was born Nov. 28th, 1808, and died with disease of the heart in Butts co., Ga., July 4th, 1868. The family has lost a devoted and affectionate husband and parent.... Texas, Arkansas, and N. O. Christian Advocate please copy.
 

 
Issue of August 7, 1868

Willie Harris, son of Rev. W. B. and Mrs. M. A. Turner, died of Cholera Infantum in Dadeville, Ala., on Sunday morning, July 26th 1868--aged 11 months, 22 days, and 3 hours.
 

 
Issue of August 7, 1868

Mrs. Frances L. Potter, wife of G. A. Potter, was born July 15th 1844 and died in Taylor co., Ga., July 10th 1868. G. L. W. Anthony
 

 
Issue of August 7, 1868

Mrs. Hannah Conley died in Jackson co., Fla., June 10th 1868, aged 72 years. She leaves a husband 86 years of age, children and grand children. A. M. Gillespie
 

 
Issue of August 7, 1868

Mrs. Nancy A., wife of Allen Goodwin, and daughter of Seth and Martha Hamer, died very suddenly in Harris co., Ga., aged 27 years.
 

 
Issue of August 14, 1868

Richard R. Richardson, a member of Mulberry Street Church, Macon, Ga., died July 26th, in the 29th year of his age.
 

 
Issue of August 14, 1868

Mrs. Elizabeth W. Hawkins (whose maiden name was Boon) was born July 13, 1794, and died in Americus, Ga., July 28, 186, in the 75th year of her age. She was converted in 1812 under the preaching of Rev. Hope Hull, and married to Willis A Hawkins, Sr., in 1816. S. Anthony
 

 
Issue of August 14, 1868

James M. Brown died at the residence of his father in Telfair Co., Ga., May 20, 1868... The deceased leaves a father and mother, four sisters and a brother.
 

 
Issue of August 21, 1868

Miss Josie C daughter of Rev. Dr. W. T. and Sarah A. Harrison was born in Jefferson co., Fla., Sept. 17th 1847, and died in Ocala, June 16th 1868.
 

 
Issue of August 21, 1868

Mrs. Elizabeth A. DuBose, died at the residence of her son, Jas. R. DuBose, in Abbeville Dist., S. C., on Friday 31st July in the 42nd year of her age.
 

 
Issue of August 21, 1868

John W. Miller was born August 14, 1833 and died near West Point, Ga., June 25, 1868. He leaves a widow, a babe, an aged father, brothers and sisters. P. M. Ryburn
 

 
Issue of August 28, 1868

Thomas A. Lipsey was born June 22, 1836, and died Aug. 4, 1868. Wofford College is bereaved of a son... J. E. Watson
 

 
Issue of August 28, 1868

Eliza A. W. Cain, daughter of James B. and Elizabeth Cain, was born May 8, 1812, married Judge Robert Walker, Feb. 15, 1828, and died in Spalding co,. Ga., Aug. 6, 1868.
 

 
Issue of August 28, 1868

My Father, Zadock Blalock, died in peace, in Fayette co., Ga., on 31st May 1868, aged 84 years and 21 days. he was born, raised, and married to my mother Margaret Lewis, in Randolph co, N. C., where he has many friends and relatives. My mother preceded him to the good world nearly 20 years. He has left a wife and nine children. W. H. Blalock.
 

 
Issue of August 28, 1868

Andrew J. Phipps, aged 39 years, was suddenly killed by a fall from his horse, on June 15th, and on 18th July following, his brother, William Henry Phipps, aged 27 years, died of brain fever. They were the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert and Eliza Phipps, of Stewart co., Ga. B. J. Baldwin.
 

 
Issue of August 28, 1868

Sister Nancy Smith was born Dec. 25, 1792, and died June 5, 1868. In her youth she joined the Presbyterian Church. A few years afterward she joined the Methodist Church. She reared a pious family. J. E. Watson
 

 
Issue of September 4, 1868

Mrs. Frances A. Black, wife of Capt. C. B. Black, and daughter of Thomas and Mary Johnson, of Putnam co,. Ga., died in Russell co., Ala., July 20, 1868. She was married to her now bereaved husband Oct. 28, 1852. She leaves a husband and five small children. Wm. B. Neal

 
Issue of September 4, 1868

Miss Emma F. Osier, daughter of Perry and Clarissa Osier, was born in Pike co,. Ala., June 11, 1851, and died in Montgomery co., Ala., Aug. 6, 1868, aged 17 years, 1 month and 25 days. A. Dowling
 

 
Issue of September 4, 1868

Mrs. Mary Jane Harper, wife of Rev. Robert L. Harper, of the S. C. Conference, and only daughter of Dr. Sam'l D. and Mrs. Martha J. Sanders, formerly of Cheraw, S. C., but now of Jackson, Tenn., was born Oct. 29, 1848, and died in Greenville, S. C., at the residence of Mr. J. A. David, on 22d July 1868. In her 18th year while attending a meeting at the church of her grandmother, Mrs. Jane Pegues in Marlborough Dist., she was soundly converted to God. Eleven months before her death she was happily married to Rev. Robert L. Harper.... Sam'l D. Sanders
 

 
Issue of September 11, 1868

Mrs. Caroline C. S. Weaver, wife of Judge T. A. D. Weaver, was born April 2, 1805, and died in Thomaston, Ga., August 8, 1868. In 1829 she was married to her surviving husband. She is missed by two sons, a daughter and granddaughter. D. Kelsey
 

 
Issue of September 11, 1868

Mrs. Anna Maria Seale, wife of Rev. D. W. Seale, of the S. C. Conference, died at the residence of her father, James Graham, Esq., near Marion, S. C., Aug. 25, in her 34th year. She did not make a profession of conversion until 1860, when at Bethel camp ground, Sumter Dist., S. C., she experienced a change. She was married to Rev. D. W. Seale May 8, 1866. G. H. Wells
 

 
Issue of September 11, 1868

Alonzo W. Jones was a citizen of Bibb co., and died in Macon, whither he had gone for medical treatment, June 14.... He left and wife and three children. John M. Marshall
 

 
Issue of September 18, 1868

John Robert Zitrouer fell asleep in Jesus at his residence near Paine's Prairie, Alachua co., Fla., Aug. 7th 1868. He was born in Effingham co., Ga., April 11, 1802. March 13th 1828 he was happily married to Miss Eliza Remshart of Savannah, by whom he had thirteen children. In 1834 he removed to Florida, where he has since lived respected by the community. John A. Kennedy
 

 
Issue of September 18, 1868

Henry J. Slappey died in 2d August in Baker co., Ga., aged the age of 41. When quite a young man, he removed from Twiggs in Baker co., and engaged in the business of agriculture....
 

 
Issue of September 18, 1868

Miss N. A. St. John was born April 24th 1847 and died of typhoid fever in Troup co., Ga., July 19th 1868.
 

 
Issue of September 18, 1868

Mrs. Elizabeth Aldred was born in 1780 and died in Warren co., Ga., Sept. 4, 1868. She was a member of the Methodist Church 65 years... Amos Johnson
 

 
Issue of September 25, 1868

Riley J. Johnson, a prominent and faithful member of our Church in Rome, Ga., died Aug. 28, 1868, in the 53d year of his age.
 

 
Issue of September 25, 1868

Harriet Boyd, wife of the Rev. J. M. Boyd, a local preacher of the Newberry ct., S. C., died Sept. 4, 1868. She was born in Columbia, Oct. 22, 1839, and was left without a mother and two and a half years of age; was raised and educated by her aunt, Mrs. S. Cromer, who is now a member of the family. married in 1854. She gave her father-in-law, Rev. M. M. Boyd, to understand that all was peace and calm.
 

 
Issue of September 25, 1868

Wm. McKendree Littlejohn, son of John Littlejohn, of Polk co., N. C., was born Aug. 22, 1842, and died 18th August 1868. J. A. Wood
 

 
Issue of October 2, 1868

Capt. Thomas Surtis died at the residence of his son-in-law, John D. Doig, in Gainsville, Fla., June 19, 1868, in his 68th year. he became a citizen of Charleston, S. C., in 1817. His business was on the sea-- being a pilot of the bar and harbor of Charleston for 49 years. His aged companion still lingers with the children he has left.... S. L. S.
 

 
Issue of October 2, 1868

Mrs. Mary Brown, wife of Judge B. B. Brown, died in Fort Valley, August 16. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. She was a resident of Staunton, Virginia, and her home was in her native State until the removal of the family to Georgia during the recent war.
 

 
Issue of October 2, 1868

Mrs. Mary Pattillo died in the 72nd year of her age, at Whitesville, Harris co., Ga., on 11th Sept 1868. She was a daughter of Nathan Winfield and was married to John Pattillo, who survives her, in Feb. 1815. Converted in Greene co., Ga., in 1820. W. J. Cotter
 

 
Issue of October 2, 1868

Mrs. Susan Walker Shaw, wife of Mr. Alfred Shaw, died in Madison, Ga., on 6th July last. She was born March 26th, 1808, in Greenville, S. C., and several years afterward removed to the city in which she breathed her last. She became identified with the Methodist E. Church in 1826, and four years from that time she united with Mr. Alfred Shaw of that place. A. Means
 

 
Issue of October 9, 1868

Thomas S. Gunn, son of William S. and Harriet Gunn, was born in Gadsden co., Fla., May 28th 1846, and died of typhoid fever, at the residence of Mr. Wm. D. Silva, in New York city, July 13th 1868. A. J. Woldridge
 

 
Issue of October 9, 1868

Mrs. Jane E. Thompson was born in Elbert co., Ga., and died in Savannah, Ga., July 18th 1868, in the 73d year of her age. Mr. T. was the relict of Capt. Drury Thompson, who was for many years a resident of the city of Macon, and who removed to Savannah in 1850 and died in 1855. She was the youngest and last surviving sister of Gen. Wylly Thompson, deceased. She leaves a numerous kindred among the families of the Thompsons, Watkins, Wynns, Olivers, Burtons, Lamars, Napiers and Mannings, the nearest of whom is her only daughter, Mrs. Amanda E. Palmer. Mrs. A. E. Palmer.
 

 
Issue of October 9, 1868

Casiner Carilla, son of Dr. Wm. R. and Mrs. G. A. Joiner, was born Feb'y 29th 1856 and died April 3 1868, by a fall from a loaded wagon and the wheels passing over him. James Perry Joiner, his brother, was born July 27th 1857, and died Sept. 14, 1868. S. G. Chiles
 

 
Issue of October 9, 1868

Mrs. Hettie Maples, wife of Israel Maples, Esq., died in Mitchell co., Ga., June 17th 1868. She was form many years a member of the Baptist Church.
 

 
Issue of October 9, 1868

Lucy J. Barrow, daughter of Rev. William and Mary A. F. Barrow, was born Oct. 25, 1845 and joined the Church in 1857 in Macon co., Ala., and died Aug 31, 1868.
 

 
Issue of October 16, 1868

Rev. William McKay was born in Fifeshire, Scotland, Feb. 10, 1842. When about twelve years of age, he was brought to America, and the family settled in Rome, Ga., During the late war between the States, he became a soldier in the Southern army.... died on 3d of August. Josephus Anderson
 

 
Issue of October 16, 1868

Sister Mary Jane Page, relict of Alexander Page, and daughter of Brother and Sister E. B. Black, was born Feb. 9, 1844, and died in Warrenton, Ga., on 23d September 1868. In December 1866 she was married to Mr. A. Page. R. W. Hubert
 

 
Issue of October 16, 1868

Mrs. Mary E. Bass, wife of Capt. John Bass of Newton co., Ga., is no more. She was a native of Nottoway co., Va., and in her 20th year, as the lovely Miss Winfree, was led to the altar on 21st January 1821, not her surviving husband.... A. Means
 

 
Issue of October 16, 1868

L. I. Hansford was born in Elbert co., Ga., and died in Macon, Ga., Sept. 21, 1868, in his 59th year. He left a wife and nine children. J. Jones
 

 
Issue of October 16, 1868

Mary Robinson, a daughter of William Forbes, a Revolutionary soldier, was born near Cambridge, in Ninety Six, now Abbeville Dist., S. C., Nov. 3, 1779;. She was married to Ephraim Robinson in 1804. She died June 15, 1868, at the residence of her son-in-law, A. O. Norris, Esq., in Anderson District. Samuel A. Weber
 

 
Issue of October 23, 1868

Mrs. Fanny Kennon, wife of Warren L. Kennon, died at the residence of her step-father, Randal Folsom, Esq., in Lowndes co,. Ga., on the 30th Sept 1868, in the 25th year of her age. She has left a husband and one little child.... H. W. Sharpe
 

 
Issue of October 23, 1868

Miss Mattie M. Mullins, third daughter of Mr. R. and Mrs. C. Mullins, died on 20th Sept in the 20th year of her age. C. A. Fulwood
 

 
Issue of October 23, 1868

Rebecca Bailie Barlow, wife of Dennis Barlow and daughter of Eli S. Hill was born Feb. 4, 1830, in Walton co,. Ga., and died of consumption September 23, 1868, in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Three of her children had gone before to glory. She leaves a husband and daughter... John H. Riggin.
 

 
Issue of October 23, 1868

Mrs. Caroline C. Davis died August 14th in Rome, Ga. (whither she had gone on a visit) in the 65th year of her age. Born in Jones county, where she spent a large portion of her life. There, she was united in marriage to her first husband, Mr. Green Gray, the result of which union was a large family of children. her second husband was William Davis of Arkansas.... John M. Marshall
 

 
Issue of October 23, 1868

Mrs. Jennie G. Gordon, daughter of Dr. P. G. and Mrs. J. M. A. McGregor of Columbia, S. C., and wife of Mr. Benj. F. Gordon, of Greene Co., Ala., died near Union, Ala., in the 29th year of her age. She was married to Mr. B. F. Gordon, Dec. 22, 1864, and soon after removed to Green co., Ala.... leaves a tender child of two years.
 

 
Issue of October 23, 1868

Rev. Benjamin W. Clark, formerly a member of the Georgia Conference, and for a number of years a local elder in Muscogee co., Ga., died 11th Sept 1868. J. E. Evans
 

 
Issue of October 30, 1868

Miss Mandane Allen Glenn, daughter of the Rev. John B. Glenn, deceased, who was a member of the S. C. Conference more than fifty years ago, died Aug. 13, 1868, in her 50th year. New Orleans Advocate, please copy.
 

 
Issue of October 30, 1868

Mrs. Elizabeth A. Dubose was born in Charleston, S. C., Feb. 4, 1827; married Mr. J. R. DuBose in 1849. In the fall of 1866, she left Washington, Ga., to reside in Abbeville District, S. C.... left four orphan children.
 

 
Issue of November 6, 1868

Mrs. Ann A. Waller, wife of T. T. Waller, and daughter of W. G. and N. Tatom, was born in Lincoln co., Ga., 25th November 1836, removed to Macon co., Ala., 1857.
 

 
Issue of November 6, 1868

Mrs. Judith Findley, wife of Dempsy Findley of Gordon co., Ga., was born 3d June 1808 and died 3d Oct 1868. She leaves a husband and seven children. B. J. Johnson
 

 
Issue of November 6, 1868

Mrs. M. H. Huff died in August in Jackson co., Fla., aged about 25 years. She leaves a husband and three small children.
 

 
Issue of November 6, 1868

Mrs. Mary A. Oliver, relict of James M. Oliver, Esq., died in Quitman co., Ga., on 7th inst., in her forty-third year. She leaves a husband and a large family of affectionate children.
 

 
Issue of November 13, 1868

Sept 24th, Lily Dell, an interesting daughter and only child of Rev. D. H. and Mrs. Amelia A. Starr, of Clayton co., Ga., aged two years and twenty days.
 

 
Issue of November 13, 1868

Mrs. Martha Ann Hightower, wife of James W. Hightower, died in Upson co., Ga., on 8th October in the 40th year of her age. She was one of eight daughters of William and Jane Trice, dec'd. She leaves a husband, six children.
 

 
Issue of November 20, 1868

Daniel Smith was born in Montgomery co., Ga., in 1816, moved thence to Dooly co., where he joined the M. E. Church, South, at Friendship, in 1838. He finally married and settled on Swift Creek in Dooly co., where he died Oct. the 2d 1868 of congestion of the brain. He leaves a wife and ten children. J. T. Johnson, P. C.
 

 
Issue of November 20, 1868

Lawson H. Kistler, brother to Rev. R. F. Kistler, of the S. C. Conference, was born in Lincolnton, N. C., March 28, 1819, and died there, Sept. 22, 1868, in the 50th year of his age. A. W. W.
 

 
Issue of November 20, 1868

Mrs. Emily Dunbar, daughter of E. E. and Sarah Pugh, was born Jan. 6, 1840, and died in Thomas co., Ga., Oct. 31, 1868. She was married to Mr. Thomas Dunbar in December 1858, who was last heard of at Camp Chase, a prisoner of war. Two beloved sisters had preceded her-- Mary A. Pugh, who died Nov. 9, 1867, in the 22d year of her age, and Thomas Jane Pugh who died Nov. 11, 1867, in the 19th year of her age. J. W. Talley
 

 
Issue of November 27, 1868

Mrs. D. A. Gordon, daughter of Jonathan and Dorothy Palmer, of Richmond co., Ga., was born 30th March 1835-- was married to Col. Thomas Gordon in the year 1853, and died at Opelika, Ala., August 20th 1868.
 

 
Issue of November 27, 1868

Mrs. Annie M. Chapman, wife of Mr. John Chapman, and eldest child of Elliot and Lucy A. Carleton, died at Twiggs co., Ga., in her 34th year.
 

 
Issue of November 27, 1868

Mrs. Mary McLean (widow of Allan McLean, deceased) died in Telfair co., Ga., on the 31st Oct. 1868, in the 82d year of her age. She left two sons (one of them a Methodist minister in Jacksonville, Fla., brother Wm. McLean) and three daughters and many grand-children.
 

 
Issue of November 27, 1868

Mrs. Ann E. Traxler died in Columbia co., E. Florida, Sept. 16th, 1868. She was born in St. Paul's Parish, Charleston Dist., S. C., 1st January 1825. In 1848 she was married... She leaves a devoted husband and ten children.
 

 
Issue of November 27, 1868

Charles Louis Meyers was born in Wurtemberg, Germany, Dec. 21st, 1829 and died in Anderson C. H., S. C., Nov. 2, 1868. He came to the United States in early manhood. He was brought up in the Lutheran Church. he leaves a wife. Samuel A. Weber
 

 
Issue of November 27, 1868

Mrs. Nancy A. Duke, daughter of Jeremiah and Margaret Payne, was born Feb. 17, 1836, and died in Dahlonega, Ga., Sept. 2, 1868. G. Hughes
 

 
Issue of December 4, 1868

Miss Sallie J. Linton was born Dec. 25, 1848, and died Oct 11, 1868. She was the youngest daughter of Bro. Thomas J. Linton, formerly of Monticello, Fla., now of Madison co. Fla.... J. A.
 

 
Issue of December 4, 1868

Mrs. Amanda C. Wilson, wife of Alfred G. Wilson, died Nov. 5, 1868, aged about 30 years. She has left a babe five days old.
 

 
Issue of December 11, 1868

Mrs. Nancy Penny, relict of George Penny, was born in Abbeville District, S. C., 2d January 1789, and died of pneumonia at the residence of her son, Dr. J. W. McKellar, Ellaville, Ga., on 12th November 1868. In her 18th year she was married to Mr. John McKellar, in 1819 joined the Presbyterian Church and the same year was left a widow. In 1820 she joined the M. E. Church. In 1837 she married Mr. Geo. Penny who died in 1867. R. J. Redding
 

 
Issue of December 11, 1868

Simon Wootten died in Telfair co., Ga., Nov. 15, 1868, in the 64th year of his age... leaving a wife and children.
 

 
Issue of December 11, 1868

Capt. Henry H. Smith died in Valdosta, Ga., Oct 27th 1868, in the 39th year of his age. For many years he had held the office of Clerk of the Superior Court of Lowndes co.... He leaves a wife and four children. J. J. Giles
 

 
Issue of December 11, 1868

Mrs. Isabella McCall died Aug 6, 1868, in the 50th year of her age--long a member of Taylor's Creek Church, Liberty co., Ga. W. M. Watts
 

 
Issue of December 18, 1868

Rev. Joseph Law, son of Samuel and Rebecca Law, was born in Sunberry, Liberty co., Ga., Aug. 22d, 1815, and died of bronchial consumption, near Bainbridge, Ga., Nov. 30th 1868, in his 53d year. In 1850 he was married to Miss A. C. Green, of Upson co., Ga., who, with four children, survives him. A. J. Dean
 

 
Issue of December 18, 1868

Mrs. Jane Matthews, relict of the late Josiah Matthews, of Talbot co., Ga., died 9th November 1868 at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. John H. McCoy. She passed the anniversary of her 74th year the day before her death. Her maiden name was Brown. She was born in Abbeville District, S. C. When she was about ten years of age her parents removed to Ga., and located in Baldwin co. She was married in 1811. Her husband died in 1863. They raised a family of 13 children, 7 of whom still survive. Charles A. Fulwood
 

 
Issue of December 18, 1868

Mary, daughter of Rev. ___ and Rosanna Thurmond, and wife of Rev. John Watts of the S. C. Conference, was born Aug. 18, 1806, and died at the parsonage of the South Fork circuit, Catawba co., N. C., Nov. 20, 1868, in the 63d year of her age. In 1831, she became the wife of Bro. Watts. A. W. W.
 

 
Issue of December 18, 1868

Tabitha Abney was born May 12, 1789, and died Oct. 10, 1868. Her children and grandchildren will miss her kindness to them. W. A. Clarke
 

 
Issue of December 18, 1868

Mrs. Mary A. E. Stokes, wife of John A. Stokes of St. George's Parish, S. C., was Born Dec. 1st, 1841, and died Nov. 5th, 1868. She was the eldest daughter of Col. John Rumph... W. M. Shuler
 

Issue of January 1, 1869

Mr. Newman Bradley, my father-in-law, died in Liberty co., Ga., on 29th Nov. 1868, of hemorrhage of the bowels in his 71st year. He was a native of South Carolina, and one of the first settlers on Taylor's Creek. Wm. T. McMichael
 

 
Issue of January 1, 1869

Miss Julia V. Palmer died in Burke co., Ga., in 11th September 1868. She was a daughter of Edward and Laura W. Palmer, and a granddaughter of Dr. Anthony, the eminent physician in Augusta. Henry W. Hillard
 

 
Issue of January 1, 1869

Mr. James F. Gray, a native of Charleston, S. C., died on 1st Oct., at the residence of Dr. Harley in Colleton District.
 

 
Issue of January 8, 1869

Memoir of Rev. L. Q. Allen. He was born in Habersham county, Ga., June 1st 1826, and died in Dawson co., Ga., August 11th 1868. In the autumn of 1858 he was united in marriage with Miss Margaret M. Mills of Jackson co., Ala., whom his death leaves a widow with four children, Joshua Soule, Luella, Julian, and Clarence, aged respectively 9, 7, 5, and 3 years. H. P. Bell. Cumming, Ga., Dec. 27th, 1868.
 

 
Issue of January 8, 1869

Dr. James M. Eppes died in Newberry District, South Carolina, Nov. 23d, 1868, in the 53d year of his age. He was the son of Daniel and Mary Eppes. The father died at R. M. College, Va., in 1834 while on a visit to his two sons, James and Georgia. His body rests in the College Cemetery. The mother died about ten years ago. They raised but two children James and George. George died 23 years ago at Newberry C. H. In 1843 he married Miss Law, of Newberry. She with four sons and one daughter, survives him. Clough S. Beard. Glenn Springs, Dec. 26, 1868.
 

 
Issue of January 8, 1869

Edward Peabody Powers came to his death by a very sad accident Dec. 6th, aged 19 years less a few days. He was the son of Mr. Chas. Peabody of Russell co., Ala., but having been adopted by Mr. Edward Powers, dec'd, his name was changed.
 

 
Issue of January 8, 1869

Sister Mary A. P. Green, wife of Fred J. Green, of Schley co., Ga., was born 20th August 1816, married to F. J. Green July 25th, 1838, and died on 8th Dec 1868. Her maiden name was Hill. He leaves a husband and a number of sons and daughters. S. Antony
 

 
Issue of January 8, 1869

Sister Sutton of Albany, Ga., was born June 17th 1816, married in 1838, and died 7th Nov 1868. She was left a widow a few years since, and now leaves three daughters and one son. S. Anthony.
 

 
Issue of January 8, 1869

John S. Smith, son of the Rev. H. F. and Sarah A. Smith, was born in Stewart co., Ga., and died suddenly in Ocala, Fla., Dec. 27th 1868, in the 20th year of his age.
 

 
Issue of January 8, 1869

Mrs. Fanizy Bloodworth, relict of the late Rev. Thomas Bloodworth died in Pike co., 3rd December at the advanced age of 93 years, two months and ten days. She had been a member of the Baptist church about seventy years, and leaves about 250 descendants.

 

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