Louise Frederick Hays
History of Macon County December 10, 1932
State Historian of Georgia

Dedication to her book was to her father, James D. Frederick, Major, 10th Georgia Battalion, CSA, and a judge of the Inferior Court, Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners "from it's creation to his death." And, her husband, James E. Hays, Legislator, Senator and County Treasurer.

Born in Marshallville, parents, Maj. James D. Frederick and Medora Anne Keene. Her ancestors were revolutionary war soldiers and several that came to America on the Mayflower. A graduate of  Wesleyan Female College in 1900 and she had an honorary degree from U of G. Louise Frederick married James E. Hays on June 26, 1902. He was a state senator at the time. They had two children, Louise Caroline Hays Gaston and James Hays III. Her religious affiliation was that of a  Methodist. Organization affiliations included DAR, UDC and other Women's Patriotic organizations.

This book in not all inclusive.  It does not cover the area "across the river".

Margie Daniels

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