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DIXON Surname

pg. 8
"In Putnam County on 12th inst., Mrs. Nancy H. DIXON, consort of Robert
H. DIXON. Husband and two small children survive. Was a member of the
Methodist Church four years. Oct. 15, 1827."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 15
"At the residence of Wiley W. CULLENS in Washington County on Apr.
22nd, Miss Sarah Wilwood DIXON in her 16th year. May 8m 1830."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 131
"At Sandersville on the 8th inst., Nathaniel COCKE, Attorney-at-law,
a young man of good Character. Burial was in the family burial ground
of Maj. DIXON three miles from town. Dec. 22, 1807."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 417
"On Wednesday evening by Rev. KOLLOCK, Mr. David DIXON of Columbia
County to Miss Sarah Henrietta PATTERSON of Savannah. Nov. 24, 1810."
THE REPUBLICAN & SAVANNAH EVENING LEDGER, 1809-1810.

pg. 421
"On the 7th inst., John L. DIXON of Augusta to Miss Pollie COBBS of
Columbia County. Nov. 14, 1793."
THE SOUTHERN CENTINEL & UNIVERSAL GAZETTE, 1793-1799.


pg. 332
"In Bibb County last Sunday evening by Charles INGRAM, Esq., Mr. Alfred
BRADY to Miss Susan JOHNSON.  June 19, 1830."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1824-1835.

pg. 337
"On the 21st ult., by Rev. William MOSELY, Dr. J. H. STARR of Pleasant
Grove, Henry County, to Miss Harriet JOHNSON, oldest dau. of Samuel
JOHNSON, Esq., all of the above place. March 7, 1833."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 339
"By Rev. E. HOLT on Thursday evening in Clinton, Mr. James JOHNSON to
Miss Ann HARRIS, both of Clinton.  June 12, 1834."
THE GEORGIA MESSEGNER, 1825-1835.

Pg. 339
"Thursday evening the 25th ult. by Wm. P. CLARK, Esq., Mr. William
HARRINGTON to Miss Eliza JOHNSON.  Oct. 9, 1834."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

Pg. 339
"Thursday evening 2nd inst., by Hon. B. STRONG, Mr. Joseph J. HOLLEMAN
to Miss Martha JOHNSON. "She and the above ELiza are twin sisters and
daughters of William JOHNSON, Esq., of Bibb County." Oct. 9, 1834."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 340
"On the evening of the 26th inst., Rev. Mr. BRAGG in Clinton, Mr. F. A.
JOHNSON of Macon to Muss Lucia GRISWOLD, daughter of Samuel GRISWOLD of
Clinton, Nov. 27, 1834. (Editor's note: By reference to the list of
marriages from Jones County Courthouse records published in the "History
of Jones County", this marriage was not found.)"
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 346
"Matthew JOHNSON and Miss Eliza WHITEFIELD, Aug. 2, 1792."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 359
"On Thursday evening the 16th inst., at the home of Mr. John GHOLSON
in Pendleton District, s. c., by Rev. Timothy JOHNSON, Col. Fields W.
ARNOLD of Madison, Ga. to Miss Ann Maria GHOLSON. Feb. 26, 1827."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 366
"In Tattnall County on the 10th ult., Mr. Allen JOHNSON to  Mrs. Martha
GAUSE, formerly of Smithville, N. C.  Dec. 31, 1831."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824.1844.

pg. 377
"Married at Tarversville, Twiggs Co. on the 19th inst. by Rev. HAND,
Thomas J. JOHNSON, Esq. of Houston (County?) to Miss Ann Eliza SLAPPY,
dau. of Dr. John G. SLAPPY of Tarversville. July 28, 1835."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 388
"At Greensborough on the 9th inst. by Rev. Francis BOWMAN, James T.
JOHNSON, Esq. to Miss Coroya E. MATHEWS, all of Greensborough. Aug.
21, 1838."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 396
"On Thursday evening the 2nd inst. by Rev. Tilmon D. OXFORD, Capt.
William M. JOHNSON of Henry Co. to Miss Amanda M. STILL, dau. of
Bartholomew STILL, Esq. of PIKE County. July 14, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 402
"On May 21st at the residence of Mr. James JOHNSON in Randolph County
near Ft. Gaines by Rev. Joseph T. Turner, Mr. Thomas W. ANSLEY to Mrs.
E. F. BREWER, dau. of said Mr. JOHNSON. June 14, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 430
"Last Saturday at the Union by Rev. BELK, Capt. Jesse JOHNSON of
Savannah and Mrs. Elizabeth MARTIN, at present of South Carolina,
relict of William MARTIN of Georgia. June 13, 1797."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 433
"Sunday evening by Rev. Henry HOLCOMBE, Dr. George JOHNSON to Mrs.
Elizabeth WEBB, both of Hilton Head, S. C.  Jan. 13, 1801."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 461
"On 18th of March in Washington County by Charles HOWARD, Esq., Mr.
James JOHNSON, late of this city, author of "The Irish Emigrant",
to Miss Sarah Ann LOCKHART, eldest dau. of Samuel S. LOCKHART, Esq.
of Bulloch County.. April 17, 1820."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 462
"In this city on Sunday evening last by the Rev. Mr. SWEAT, Mr. Marcus
J. JOHNSON ato Miss Phoebe JONES, both of this city.  July 27, 1820."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.


pg. 2
"In Eatonton on the 16th inst., John T. SMITH, ESQ., one of the Justices
of the Inferior Court and Clerk Superior Court, Putnam County, Aug. 24, 1824."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

Pg. 3
"On Monday the 30th ult. at his residence in Houston Co., Richard
SMITH, age 45 years, formerly of Burke Co., but for the past 14 years
a resident of Twiggs Co., Leaving a widow and 3 grown children.
Feb. 21, 1826."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 5
"Died at his residence in Hancock Co., on the 13th inst., Mr. William
C. SMITH, age 28 years; wife and 3 small children survive. Nov. 28, 1826."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 17
"Died at Retreat Plantation, Laurens Co., on the 20th June, Mrs. Eliza
Mary Ann MCCALL, wife of THomas MCCALL, Esq., age 56 years. She had been sick
8 months. Was a dau. of James SMITH, Esq., of Price William's Parish,
S. C. and a descendant in the maternal line of Gov. MOORE and his wife
Elizabeth BRERSFORD of than then-province. Survived by her husband, 5
daughters,
and 13 grandchildren. June 3, 1831."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 18
"Wednesday the 6th inst., Mrs. Louisa C. SMITH, wife of John P. SMITH
of Macon. Husband and two small children survive. July 14, 1831."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 29
"On the 20th ult., Mrs. Harriet R. COLLINS of Macon, consort of Mr.
Charles COLLINS and dau. of Rev. Anthony G. SMITH, age 21 years, 2 mos.,
and three days. July 2, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 30
"In Monticello on the 10th inst., Reid SMITH, only son of Ranson H. and
Sarah A. SMITH of Milledgeville, age 5 mos., 26 days. Sept. 17, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 32
"At his residence in Oglethorpe Co. on 9th ult., Robert SMITH, age
85 years, 10 mos, and 2 days. Native of Cumberland Co., Va. He bore
his part in the Revolutionary struggle. He declined a pension to which
he was by law entitled. Joined the Methodist Church in 1787. Jan. 6, 1835."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 43
"In Jasper County Sept. 19th, Charles H. SMITH inhis 17th year, son of
Capt. William G. SMITH, Oct. 4, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 45
"In Milledgeville on the 27th ult., Mrs. Eliza Ann SMITH in her 17th
year. Feb. 7, 1837."
THE SOUTHRN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 45
"On the 14th ult., Miss Lezann SMITH, dau. of Capt. William G. SMITH of
Jasper County. Feb. 7, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 55
"Friday evening the 27th ult. at his residence in Hancock County,
Aaron SMITH, Esq., in his 61st year after an illness of nearly a year.
Dec. 18, 1838."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 61
"Last Sunday eveing in Macon, Theodoric L. SMITH, age 40 years, a native
of Virginia but for many years a redident of Macon. Dec. 31, 1839."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 63
"On the 22nd, at the house of her son in this county, Mrs. Rachel
SMITH in her 73rd year. She was born in Maryland and had lived in Georgia
46 years. Her only children, a son and a daughter, survive. Her
husband died eleven years ago. Mr. and Mrs. SMITH were among the first
settlers of Baldwin Co. Members of Methodist Church 45 years. Spet. 1, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 71
"On the 26th ult. of wounds received in an affray, Mr. Mansel J. SMITH,
a native of Virginia but for many years a resident of Ga. Survived by
his widow. Nov 16, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 73
"In Jasper County, 21 ult., Mr. Henry T. SMITH, Jr. of that county.
July 5, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 73
"In Hancock County, May 21st Elizabeth Catherine SMITH, infant of
WIlliam C. and Keziah S. SMITH, age 18 months, 23 days. July 6, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 79
"At his residence in Coweta Co., Mark SMITH. He was born in Virginia
July 25, 1782, and died July 25, 1844, age 62 years. Member of the
Methodist Church several years. Aug. 20, 1844."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 82
"On the morning of the 24th inst., Mr. William SMITH, merchant of this
city, in the prime of life. Jan. 25, 1805."
THE SOUTHERN PATRIOT, 1804-1805.

pg. 83
"On the 13th inst. in Augusta, age 54years, Mrs. Catherine SMITH, relict
of Mr. John E. SMITH, formerly editor of THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE. Oct. 25,
1805."
THE MESSENGER, 1823-1824.

pg. 104
"Drowned off the coast of Virginia May 27th when their brig "Sally and
Nancy" was upset in a squall, Capt. William SMITH, William BUCHANAN the
owner and Mr. COOPER a passenger, and the following seamen: Robert MITTIMUS,
James HARVEY, Andrew FIFE, John HICKS and John FOUNTAIN a boy. The
ship was from N. C., enroute to New York. June 7, 1799."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 105
"Last Thursday at Mrs. MCQUEEN'S, Dr. John SMITH, age 32 years.
Oct. 8, 1799."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 106
"Last saturday, John Carroway SMITH, Esq., a gentleman who held a
Captain's commission in the Southern Army during our Revolutionary
War and particularly distinguished himself as a soldier and a patriot.
The Cincinnati Society attended the funeral, with others of his
compatriots. Mar. 21, 1800."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 110
"On Wednesday, Mrs. Mary Ann SMITH, widow of Thomas SMITH, formerly of
the Island of Barbadoes. July 31, 1801."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 112
"Yesterday A. M., Charles SMITH of the house of William and Charles
SMITH, merchants of this city. Mar. 23, 1802."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 118
"Died in New York on the 15th inst. in his 34th year, Rev. Robert SMITH,
pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Savannah for two years. Had
Suffered for 7 or 8 years with a pulmonary complaint which induced him
to resign and leave Schnectady, N. Y. and move to Savannah. While on
a visit to Philadelphia with friends he went to New York on a visit and
died. Buried in the Pres. Church burial ground. Dec. 28th, 1803."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 124
"On the 6th inst. in her 47th year, Mrs. Mary S. SMITH, consort of
Mr. Aaron SMITH, Esq., of Barnwell District, S. C. Husband and five
children. Aug. 27, 1806."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 126
"In Savannah on the 24th inst., Mr. Thomas SMITH, bookbinder, age
25 years, a native or Morristown, New Jersey. Nov. 29, 1806."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 134
"Sunday in his 5th year, Thomas SMITH, only son of Judge SMITH of
Savannah. Oct. 11, 1808."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 136
"Mrs. Elizabeth SMITH, age 78 years, died on the 10th inst. She was
a native of S. C. but had resided in Georgia many years. May 15, 1809."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 137
"On the 8th inst., Mrs. Jane SMITH, consort of Hon. Judge SMITH of Savannah;
age 54 years. She lost her favorite son about 9 months ago and her grief
caused her to begin to lose her health. Her husband and three children
survive.
July 13, 1809."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 147
"In WIlmington, N. C., Mrs Mary SMITH, formerly of Savannah, wife of
Mr. David SMITH, merchant. Mar. 18, 1817."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

pg. 147
"On Mar. 23rd at his residence on the Savannah River in Barnwell
District, S. C., Aaron SMITH, Esq., in his 59th year. He was one of
those worthies who bore the toils and difficulties of the Revolutionary
War. Living then on the frontier of the state, his father and mother,
a brother and a sister were killed by the Indians; three brothers,
one sister and himself made their escape, and though then very young he
immediately took an active and successfull part in subding those
savage enemies. Afterwards he was promoted to a respectable commission
and distinguished himself until the close of the war, as an officer
and a soldier. In the death of this amiable man his family, relations,
friends and neighbors have met with an irreparable loss. For many years
he was a member and a deacon in Baptist Church. Apr. 8, 1817."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

pg. 149
"On the 22nd inst., Miss Helena SMITH, age 10 years, 11 months.
Sept. 25, 1817."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

pg. 156
"In Savannah Tuesday evening, Mr. Leonard SMITH, age about 28 years,
native of Norton, Mass. Sept. 26, 1818."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

pg. 165
"On Thursday, Mr. John P. SMITH, watchmaker, of the firm of D. B.
NICHOLS & Co., of Savannah. Aug. 19, 1820."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUN & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

pg. 169
"In Savannah, Mr. William SMITH, merchant. Feb. 27, 1805."
THE COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, 1805-1806.

pg. 170
"In Savannah, Mr. Gideon SEAMAN of the firm of CROOK & SEAMAN, merchants.
a native of New York, age 36 years; Mr. John SMITH, a native of Ireland.
Nov, 20, 1805."
THE COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, 1805-1806.

pg. 174
"James MEREDITH was hung in Elbert County on Feb. 22nd, for the murder
of Jasper SMITH, following his conviction in court. March 17, 1791."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 177
"Mrs. SMITH, Wife of John SMITH, Mar. 21, 1793."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 179
"Died in Beaufort, S. C., the wife of Archibald SMITH, Mar. 13, 1794.
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 190
"In Savannah last Friday, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas SMITH, merchant.
June 27, 1799."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 191
"Last week at Cottage Plantation near the city, Dr. John SMITH,
Oct. 10, 1799"
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 192
"Last Saturday, John C. SMITH,Esq. March 20, 1800."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 195
"Yesterday, Mrs. Mary Ann SMITH, widow of Mr. Thomas SMITH, formerly
of the Island of Barbadoes. July 30, 1801."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 197
"Died Monday morning in Savannah, Charles SMITH, co-partner of William
SMITH, merchant. Mar. 25, 1802."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 200
"On the 10th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth SMITH, age 78 years, native of S. C.,
but for many years a resident of Ga. The whole of her long life was
spent in benevolence and kindness. May 16, 1809."
THE GEORGIA REPUBLICAN & STATE INTELLIGENCER, 1809-1810.

pg. 213
"In Macon last Sunday, David Washington SMITH, age 9 months, 10 days,
son of Mr. Jeremiah SMITH. June 14, 1828."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.

pg. 218
"Wednesday in Macon, Mrs. Louisa C. SMITH, age about 28 years, wife of
Mr. John P. SMITH. For several years she was an instructor for young
ladies until ill health caused her to give the work up. July 9, 1831."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1820.

pg. 220
"In Taliferro County on the 20th inst. in her 10th year, Marie Jane
SMITH, dau. of Mr. John SMITH of Macon. She died from injuries sus-
tained when the carriage she was in was upset and lived about an
hour afterwards.  Aug. 30, 1832."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.

pg. 224
"On Tuesday evening last, Ann GILMAN, oldest child and only daughter of
Isaac H. and Jane SMITH, in her 7th year. Mar. 20, 1834."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.

pg. 225
"Died at the residence of his son-in-law, Rev. W. C. HILL in Monroe
County Sunday morning the 20th inst., Rev. Isaac SMITH in his 76th year.
He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, serving under WASHINGTON 
and was in most of the principal battles fought by Gen. WASHINGTON.
His term of service expired before the end of the wae but he volunteered
to serve on and was at the surrender of CORNWALLIS. Soon after the war
he experienced a call to preach the Gospel following his conversion,
and united with the Methodist Church ad later entering the itinerant
ministry. fter many years in that ministry he located at Camden, S. C.
and he lived there many years and reared his family. Then he entered
the traveling ministry again and preached in N.C., S.C., Ga.,Ala., Miss.,
and Louisiana and served several years as a Missionary to the Creek
Indians. July 24, 1834."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.

pg. 227
"In Houston County on the 26th ult., Mr. Robert Daniel SMITH, age 24
years, of the firm of SMITH & ALFORD. Was buried in Macon. Oct. 16, 1834."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.

pg. 233
"Mrs. Martha SMITH, wife of Rev. Peyton P. SMITH, died Nov. 7, 1838
at Greensboro, Ga. in her 29th year. She was born April 19, 1809 in
St. Augustine, Fla. and was first married Sept. 21, 1830 to Joseph
H. MCCLELLAN in Camden Co., Ga. who died less than 12 months afterwards.
She then married Rev. SMITH, April 3, 1834.  Nov. 23, 1838."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 233
"Mrs. Darien A. SMITH, wife of Peyton P. SMITH died Oct. 7, 1840 in
her 16th year. Oct. 30, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 243
"George E. SMITH (S.C.)was suddenly killed April 6, 1842 in Orangeburg
District, S. C. about a mile from his residence by the waterwheel of
a grist mill. He was about 35 years of age.  Widow and 1 child.
June 3, 1842.
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 249
"Died in Houston County, Georgia, on the 1st inst., Mrs. Louisa, wife
of Simeon B. BRYAN and dau. of Needham and Ardelia SMITH. Her marriage
took place in May last and in the fall afterwards her husband's father
and brother emigrated to the far west in the State of Louisiana. Her
husband remained with her here. Signed: Thomas SPEIGHT. Feb. 1, 1839."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 250
"Died at the residence of his son-in-law, Rev. William QUANTOCK, on the
6th inst., Brother Samuel SMITH, a native of Middleton, Conn., but
for the last 40 years a resident of Savannah, Ga. Had passed his 83rd
birthday. May 24, 1839."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 252
"Died in Culloden, Ga. 12th April of consumption, Mr. Seaton SMITH
in his 25th year. May 1, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 257
"Rev. Sauel K. HODGES died 8th Sept.a at his residence near Columbus,
Ga. He was a native of North Carolina. Married in 1816 to Miss SMITH of
Charleston, S. C.  Oct. 19, 1840"
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 260
"Died in this city, 20th May, of consumption, Mrs. Violetta SMITH,
wife of Mr. Robert S. SMITH and a dau. of Mr. Charles MOUZON;
in her 30th year. She was reared in the Episcopal Church but after-
wards united with the Methodist Episcopal Church. June 24, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 261
"Died at her residence in Oglethorpe Co., Ga. 30th June, Mrs.
Margaret SMITH in her 37th year. Signed James S. LANE. July 22, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 293
"( From the Milledgeville Journal) Col. Francis SMITH died Thursday
morning. He had served as Representative and as Senator from Baldwin
County. He was a member of Benevolent Lodge, the members of which
will wear crepe for 30 days. Sept. 15, 1821."
THE DARIEN GAZETTE, 1818-1824.

pg. 294
"March 18, 1824
In Glynn County, on the 14th inst., Mr. Elisha SMITH in his 54th year."
THE DARIEN GAZETTE, 1818-1824.

pg. 306
"Dec. 24, 1881
Married at the residence of the bride's father in Jackson County, Ga.
on the 15th inst. by Rev. Thomas PRICKETT, Mr. Ira C. ELBERHART, formerly
of Hartwell and Miss Cornelia SMITH and are visiting Dr. ELBERHART,
Merry Christmas to the Happy Couple."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 311
" Feb. 17, 1883
We are pained to chronicle the death of Uncle Larkin SMITH who died
in the vicinity of Redwine Church, 5th instant. (West Bowersville
Sun Rays)."
TH SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

"Died on Feb. 5, Uncle Larkin SMITH, aged 75, Baptist. His remains
were interred in the graveyard at this place on Sunday evening 3 o'clock.
A young man, Emory MOLES who attended the burial and seems to be in
the bllom of health was taken sick and aabout 12 o'clock on Wednesday
he was buried on the same spot. He was 16 years, 7 months, of age.
Methodist. (Redwine Sun Rays)."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 312
"April 14, 1883
Tribute of respect (Abstract) Brother Larkin SMITH, born March 24, 1807
and died Feb. 18, 1883, age 75years, 10 months and 28 days. Member of
Hendrys Baptist Church (Hart Co.)."
THE SUN Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 315
"Nov. 24, 1883
Married on the 13th by Rev. BOND at residence of J. W. BROWN, Mr. Frank
SMITH of Elbert County and Miss Lutie SHEFLET."
The SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

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. 329
"In Houston County on the 3rd inst., Maj. Robert BEALL of Marion to
Miss Caroline SMITH, dau. of the late Richard SMITH, Esq., Oct. 18, 1828."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 330
"At the Courthouse in Thomaston in the office of the Clerk, Court of
Ordinary on the 24th inst., by William F. YOUNG, Esq., in the presence
of a number of lawyers and other people, Mr. James SMITH to (blank)
Jane LUNDY after a courtship of the most intimate kind for 8 years.
Feb. 28, 1829."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 331
"On the 17th inst., by Rev. james C. PATTERSON, Mr. Ezekial SMITH to
Miss Jane WARDLOVE, both of Macon. Sept. 19, 1829."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 335
"Last Sunday evening by Rev. B. POPE, Mr. John H. SIMS to Miss Eliza
SMITH, both of Macon. Apr. 14, 1832."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 336
"On Thursday the 13th inst., by Rev. Isaac SMITH, Dr. George G. SMITH
to Miss Susan HOWARD, daughter of Rev. John HOWARD, all of Macon.
Sept. 20, 1832."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 338
"On Thursday the 23rd inst., by Rev. William MIZELL, Mr. Eldridge S.
RUTH (?, not plain) to Miss Malinda SMITH, all of Houston County.
Dec. 19, 1833."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 339
"In Macon by Rev. FEW, Capt. Thomas N. B____(dim) of Forsyth to
Miss Araminta SMITH (dim). June 5, 1834."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 341
"In this county on Friday evening the 23rd inst., by John SMITH,
Esq., Mr. Abraham JAMES to Miss Martha WINBUSH. Oct. 29, 1835."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 341
"On Monday evening at residence of William M. MORTON, Esq., in
Macon by Rev. A. CHURCH, Mr. Theodorick L. SMITH of Macon to Miss
Frances A. BROADNAX of Athens. Oct. 1, 1835."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 344
"John C. SMITH, Esq. to the widow of Edmund WIGGINS. Feb. 17, 1791."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 346
"Married in S. C., Capt. SMITH of New Providence and MRS. PORCHER,
widow. Feb. 7, 1793."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.
SMITH Surname Lookups part 3

 

pg. 349
"In South Carolina, Jacob WOOD, Esq. of Georgia, to Miss Sarah Sanders
SMITH, dau. of James SMITH, Esq., dec'd.  Dec. 24, 1795."
THE GOERGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 350
"Last Saturday at Woodville, Liberty County, Thomas MCCALL, Esq., to
Miss Eliza Mary Ann SMITH, dau. of James SMITH, Esq. of South Carolina,
dec'd. July 12, 1798."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 351
"Friday evening, Capt. CALLIGHAN of the ship "HOPE" and Miss Amelia
SMITH, dau. of Thomas SMITH of Savannah, merchant. Jan. 10, 1799."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 354
"Mr. James BELCHER to Mrs. Ann SMITH, widow of John Carroway SMITH.
last Thursday.  Dec. 24, 1801."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 358
"On the 14th inst., by Rev. HAND, Mr. Mede LESUEUR of Monroe to Miss
Henrietta E. SMITH of this county, June 21, 1825."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 364
"In Monticello, the 23rd inst. MR. Thomas J. SMITH to Miss Ann P.
BRODDUS, Nov. 27, 1830."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 366
"On the 5th inst., at the house of Dr. James THWEATT in Monroe Co.
by Rev. Charles WILLIAMSON, Mr. J. P. SMITH to Miss Eliza Rowena
BENNING. Jan. 12, 1832."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 371
"In Milledgeville Tuesday evening, Mr. James P. SMITH to Miss Mary
Ann E. M. POWERS.  Oct. 23, 1833."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1884.

pg. 372
"On the 12th ult., by Rev. J. P. LEVERETT, Mr. Alexander SMITH to
Miss Elizabeth BLY, all of Greene County.  Jan. 1, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 374
"By the same minister (Rev. Jack WILBURN) on July 17th, Mr. Thomas M.
SMITH to Miss Elvira CANNON, all of Newton County.  Aug. 6, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 375
"In Warrenton, Wednesday 12th inst., Mr. Stoddard SMITH to Miss Augusta
B. HIGDON, both of Warrenton.  Nov. 18, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 379
"In Thomas County on the 11th inst. by Rev. Henry MILTON, Mr. Elisha
P. SMITH, to Miss Mary GROOVER. Feb. 23, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 380
"In Greensborough on the 19th inst. by Rev. Francis R. GOULDING, Mr. John
A. MILLER to Miss Sarah Jane SMITH, dau. of Mr. John SMITH of
Greensborough. May 24, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 382
"In Sparta in the 11th inst., Mr. James B. SMITH of Athens, to Miss
Minerva C. POWELL of Sparta. Dec. 20, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 385
"In Jasper County on the 22nd ult., Mr. William C. PENN to Miss Celina
H. SMITH. Dec. 12, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

Pg. 385
"In Jasper County on the 6th inst., Mr. Henry T. SMITH to Miss N.
Caroline ROBINSON, both of that county.  Dec. 12, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 387
"On the 27th ult. by Rev. C. W. KEY, Thomas FOARD, Esq. of Milledgeville
to Miss Jane S. SMITH of Jones County.  Apr 24, 1838."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 390
"In Greene County on the 14th inst., Mr. John SMITH to Miss Catherine
Elizabeth OLIVER, dau. of Matthew OLIVER, Esq.,  Mar. 26, 1839."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 395
"In Greensborough on the 2nd inst. by Hom. Thomas STOCKS, Henry SANFORD, Esq.
to Miss Susan Ann SMITH, dau. of John SMITH, Esq., April 7, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 395
"In Clinton, Ga. on the 17th inst. by his Honor, Judge HILL, Gen. Daniel
Newnan SMITH to the amiable and accomplished Miss Mary S. GRISWOLD, dau.
of Samuel GRISWOLD, Esq. May 26, 1840."
THE SOUTHRN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg.  396
"Near Pleasant Graove, Tattnall Co. on the 1st inst. by M. M. EASON, Esq.,
Mr. James B. SMITH to Miss Sarah G. A. SIKES, Sept. 15, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 398
"On the same evening (April 7th), Mr. William G. CROWDER to Miss Martha
SMITH, dau. of John R. SMITH, Esq., all of Baldwin County. Apr. 13, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 400
"In Greensborough on the 12th inst. by Rev. Francis R. GOULDING, Col.
Joseph ROBINSON of Washington, Ga. to Miss Caroline B. SMITH of
Greensborough.  Oct. 12, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.


pg.403
"In Raldolph 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."

pg. 406
"In Grrene County on Nov. 26th, Mr. John T. PERDUE to Miss Eliza F.
SMITH. Dec. 19, 1843."

pg. 407
"In Hancock County the 25th inst. by James H. KENNEDY, Esq., Mr. William
E. SMITH to Miss Martha A. D. BURTON, dau. of Thomas W. BURTON, Esq.,
all of Hancock County.  Jan. 30, 1844."

pg. 407
"On the 1st inst. in Ogelthorpe County by Rev. Joshua GLENN, J. H.
ECHOLS, Esq. to Miss Martha SMITH, dau. of Robert S. SMITH. Feb. 13, 1844."

pg. 415
"Monday night, the 28th ult. by Rev. PALMER, Capt. John SMITH to the
amiable MRs. DUNN, both of Beaufort, S. C. June 5, 1810."

pg. 421
"On Wednesday the 18th inst. in Greensboro, Ezekial PARK, Esq., to Miss
Susannah SMITH, both of that place. June 26, 1794."

pg. 429
"Thursday the 5th inst., James SMITH, Esq. to the amiable Miss Kitty
MUNGEN of South Carolina. Jan. 13, 1797."

pg. 435
"On the 24th inst., James BELCHER of Savannah, merchant, to Mrs. Ann
SMITH, widow of J. C. SMITH.  Dec. 29, 1801."

pg. 440
"At Philadelphia on Jan. 14th, Richard DENNIS, Esq. of Savannah to
Miss Susan SMITH, Feb. 5, 1805."

pg. 457
"In Charleston, S. C. on the 2nd inst. by Rev. Mr. FOSTER, Mr. William
SMITH of the house of LOW, WALLACE & Co., of Savannah, to to Miss Sarah
M. TAYLOR of London. Mar. 27, 1819."

pg. 457
"On Thursday last by Rev. CRANSTON, Mr. John R. SMITH of Savannah to
Miss Sarah M. TAYLOR of London. Mar. 27, 1819."

pg. 460
"In St. Matthews Parish, Orangeburg District, S. C. on Tueday evening
21st inst. by Rev. Mr. DE-LA-VOUX, Mr. Thomas Holton SMITH of this
place to Miss Caroline S. Thomson of the former place. Dec. 31, 1819."

pg. 461
"In Philadelphia on the 22nd inst. by the Right Rev. Bishop WHITE, Peter
PEDERSON, Isq., Minister resident  from the Court of Denmark to the
U. S., to Miss Ann Caroline SMITH, dau. of the late William Loughton
SMITH, Esq. of S. C. . June 3, 1820."

pg. 463
"At New Haven, Conn. on the 6th inst., James R. SMITH, Esq. of Beaufort,
S. C. to Miss Lucy M. CHEW, Sept. 26, 1820."

pg. 465
"Married 15th of June, 1840, in Jefferson Co., Fla. by Rev. A. WYRICK,
Rev. Peyton P. SMITH of the Georgia Conference to Miss Darien A. SHEHEE,
dau. of A. B. SHEHEE, Esq., July 14, 1840."

pg. 465
"Married Friday evening, 5th inst. in the Darlington Circuit, by the
father of the young lady, Rev. James F. SMITH of the S. C. Conference
to Miss Julianna FOSTER, dau. of Rev. A. M. FOSTER. Aug 19, 1842."


Here are the SKINNERS and JESSUPS.

pg. 40
"(Date-lined Savannah, May 23rd) Mr. Parkinson M. SKINNER of Putnam Co.,
attached to Capt. MERIWETHER'S Company, Maj. COOPER'S Bn., died at the city
hotel Saturday night from a wound inflicted by another volunteer, Alfred
C. MASON on the 19th inst. May 31, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 71
"Died in Leon, Co., Florida, at the residence of Col. LORIMER on the
3rd inst., Miss. Mary M. SKINNER, relict of the late Judge SKINNER of
Georgia. Nov. 2, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 151
"At his residence in Sparta on 7th inst. Oliver SKINNER, Esq., Atty-at-law,
native of Litchfield, Co., Nov. 22, 1817."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820

pg. 365
"At J. W. M. BERRINS'S in Sparta, Aug 24th by J. B. RANSOM, Esq., Mr.
William TAYLOR to Miss Jane SKINNER, both of Sparta, Sep. 8, 1831."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844

JESSUP Name

pg. 251
"Died in New York on 28th of January, Miss Suzette Elizabeth JESUP,
consort of Mr. Z. R. JESUP of Charleston, S. C. Feb. 21, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.


SEWELL Surnames

pg. 234
"Died in Meriwether Co., Ga. on the 20th ult., Mrs. Margaret SEWELL,
consort of Mr. James SEWELL, formerly of Franklin Co. in her 66th year.
June 25, 1841."


pg. 236
"(State not shown). Died in T. C. on the 30th August, Mrs. Eliza SEWELL,
consort of the Rev. James SEWELL in the 42nd year of her age; she was
born in Virginia. (Note: This is evidentally not the same James SEWELL
mentioned earlier.  "T. C." means "this City". Charleston, S. C.)
Spet. 17, 1841."

pg. 309
"Death of Parker SEWELL, son of Rev. L. D. SEWELL of Franklin Co., Ga.
on Wednesday morning last. Had been student at Hartwell High School,
but was teaching a school at the time, killed by bell falling on his
head while ringing same. In Issue 9/9/1882 states was not killed by
falling bell but dangerously injured."


pg. 312
"Died March 11 in Franklin County, Miss Bella dau. of J. A. and
Nancy SEWELL."


pg. 317
"Death of Rev. L. D. SEWELL at his home in Franklin County on 8th."


pg. 319
"June 21, 1884
Carnesville- Mr. C. W. SEWELL an old amd elderly respected gentleman
of the County was found dead inhis bed last Saturday morning. Member
(Methodist) Caroll's Methodist Church. Buried there."


pg. 321
"Mr. Joseph SEWELL of Elbert Co., father-in-law of Rev. W. T. NORMAN
died last week, age 82."


pg. 381
"In Talbotton, the 27th Nov. last, Mr. James H. SEWELL of Meriwether
Co., to Miss Mary MAUND, dau. of Judge D. C. MAUND of Talbotton,
Dec. 2, 1836."


SCOTT

pg. 20
"In Milledgeville, Saturday the 9th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth SCOTT, age
32 years, wife of Maj. William F. SCOTT. June 14, 1832."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 21
"On the 2nd inst. in his 68th year, Mr. James SCOTT, a respectable  citizen
of Walton County and for many years a Resident of Clarke Co., Aug. 16, 1832."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 22
"At his residence in Sparta, Hancock Co., Tuesday 20th inst., Capt. Duke
HAMILTON in his 62nd year. He was born in Greenville Co., Va., 22 Sept.
1781. (sic); came to Georgia in 1790 and settled near Sparta. His parents
moved there the next year, 1791. He was married in 1800 to Miss Elizabeth
SCOTT and located on plantation adjoining his father and lived there until
five years ago when he moved into Sparta. He served 1792-93 as a volunteer
in the Georgia State Troups with rank of Lieut. In 1813 he volunteered
for service against the Creek Indians and was attched to Gen FLOYD'S
command and the company he cammanded was assigned to scouting. Leaves
a wife and numerous circle of relatives and firends. Nov. 29, 1832."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 27
"On the 14th inst., Ann Elizabeth SCOTT, age 2 years,2 mos., 18 days,
youngest dau. of William F. SCOTT, Sheriff of Baldwin County. Jan. 22, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 61
At his residence in Lowndes Co., Ala. on the 25th ult. Gen. John SCOTT,
in his 69th year; formerly of Milledgeville. Dec. 3, 1839."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 80
"Died at the family home in Baldwin County on Sept. 27th, Mrs. Catherine
SCOTT, consort of Maj. William F. SCOTT of bilious fever. Had been a
member of the Baptist Church ten years. Oct. 15, 1844."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 92
"In Putnam County Spet. 30th , near Garner's Ferry, Mrs. Eliza SCOTT,
wife of Thomas H. SCOTT, Esq., who had adorned her life 27 1/2 years in
the Methodist Church by humbly walking before her GOD. Oct. 11, 1815."
THE CITY GAZETTE, 1803-1816.

pg. 115
"Died at Brunswick on the 27th ult. in her 35th year, Mrs. Martha SCOTT,
consort of Maj. WIlliam SCOTT. Dec. 21, 1802."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 134
"In Washington, Wilkes County., Saturday 12th, John SCOTT, cabinet-maker,
of Savannah; referred to as a young man. Sept. 16, 1808."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 168
"In this city last Saturday, Mr. John SCOTT, merchant, of the firm of
A. M. Taylor and J. SCOTT. Nov. 12, 1820."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

pg. 189
"Last Thursday, Hugh SCOTT, at Mrs. GALECHE'S near this city. Dec. 18, 1798."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 207
"At Athens on the 17th inst., Capt. William SCOTT, of Augusta, in
his 34th year. He was a native of Ireland and a worthy man. Wife and
several small children survive. Nov. 8, 1810."
THE REPUBLICAN & SAVANNAH EVENING LEDGER, 1809-1810.

pg. 208
"In Savannah, Saturday 26th ult., Mr. Joseph James SCOTT of South
Carolina, planter. Leaves a large family. May 29th, 1804."
THE GEORGIA REPUBLICAN & STATE INTELLIGENCER, 1803-1805.

pg. 284
"Feb. 15, 1800
Monday night, Mrs. SCOTT, wife of Mr. James SCOTT of Augusta."
THE AUGUSTA CHRONICAL & GAZETTE OF THE STATE, 1790-1800.

pg. 300
"July 9, 1881
Mr. Lemuel SCOTT died at the res. of Mr. O. J. BOBO in this place on
the 2nd inst. He was 77 years old and removed from S. C. to this
county 42 years ago."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 302
"July 30, 1881
Died at her residence in Hartwell onlast Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Mary
SCOTT in the 76th year of her age. Methodist.
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 303
"The funeral service of Mrs. Mary A. SCOTT will be preached in the
Methodist Church at this place next Sunday at 11:00 a. m. by Rev.
W. A. FARISS."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 306
"Jan. 7, 1882
Fletcher KAY and J. H. SCOTT left Hartwell last week for Texas. We
wish them success."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 311
"Feb, 17, 1883
On Thursday night the 15th inst. Wedding of Mr. Logan H. BOWEN of
Anderson, S. C. and Miss Ella SCOTT at the residence of the bride's
father, Mr. C. L. SCOTT, near Hartwell by Rev. A. W. QUILLIAN. Miss
Fannie SCOTT and Mr. K. H. CAMPBELL were the attendants."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 365
"In Milledgeville, Sunday 28th ult. by I. T. CUSHING, Esq., Mr.
William R. SCOTT to Miss Sarah J. PIERCE, all of Milledgeville.
Sept. 1, 1831."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 373
"In Macon on the 22nd ist. by Rev. Ignatius A. FEW, Col. Thomas N. BEALL of
Forsyth to Miss Antoinette C. SCOTT, dau. of Maj. William F. SCOTT of
Milledgeville, May 28, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 376
"On the 4th inst., Maj. Willaim F. SCOTT of Milledgeville to Mrs.
Catherine NEAVES of Baldwin Co., March 10, 1835."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 378
"On the 1st inst., Mr. Francis D. MATTHEWS to Miss Eliza SCOTT, dau. of
Patrick SCOTT, all of Pike County. Oct. 20, 1835."
THE SOUTHRN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 389
"In Eatonton, 11th inst., by Rev. Bishop ANDREW, Mr. Irby H. SCOTT to
Miss Mary E. Tomkins. Dec. 18, 1838."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 391
"At the house of Washington COLEMAN, Esq., in Hancock County on the
20th inst. by Rev. Peyton H. CLEMENTS, Mr. Michael MCLEARY of Eatonton
to Miss Amanda F. SCOTT, dau. of Mr. Frederick SCOTT, of FLorida.
June 25, 1839."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 392
"On the 19th ult. by Rev. Rowell REESE, Mr. Ichabod M. COX of Stanfordville
to Miss Sarah Jane SCOTT of Eatonton, Dec. 3, 1839."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 396
"In Morgan County on July 12th by William V. SCOTT, Esq., Mr. John
SHOUSE of Jasper County to Miss Sarah SHEFFIELD of Morgan County.
July 31, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 399
"In Lowndes County, Alabama on the 25th ult. by Rev. WRIGHT, Robert
L. SCOTT to Miss Laura A. LEWIS, dau. of Hon. D. H. LEWIS. June 8, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 423
"(From Savannah news dated Sept. 27th), Mr Hugh SCOTT to Miss Ann
GALACHE, Sept. 22, 1792."
THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE & GAZETTE OF THE STATE, 1790-1800.

pg. 427
"Thursday evening by Rev. HULL, Dr. George GRAVES to the amiable
Miss Polly SCOTT, dau. of Samuel SCOTT, Esq. of Augusta. June 26, 1800."
THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE & GAZETTE OF THE STATE, 1790-1800.

pg. 440
"Wednesday evening by Rev. Mr. BEST, Mr. Thomas SCOTT, merchant, to Miss
Jane RUSSELL, both of Savannah. Aug, 18, 1804."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 442
"In Savannah last Sunday evening by Rev. BEST, William J. SCOTT to Miss
Mary WALTERS, both of Savannah. Dec. 6, 1806."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg.  447
"At the Saltketchers (S.C.) on Aug. 10th by Rev. YEOMANS, Mr. Isaac
A. E. CHOVIN to Miss Amelia SCOTT, dau of Thomas G. SCOTT, Esq.
Sept. 25, 1809."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.


Left off the newspapers again..Johnson part 1

I am sending the page number and corresponding Newspapers instead
of reposting the entire thing.

Pg. 14, 36, 45, 54, 67.
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

Pg. 85
THE MESSENGER, 1823-1824.

Pg. 93, 94
THE CITY GAZETTE, 1803-1816.

Pg. 97, 124, 130
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

Pg. 150, 166
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

Pg. 188
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

Pg. 211
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.
pg. 226
"In Jones County at the residence of her brother, William JOHNSON, Mrs.
Catherine MARTIN of Macon, age about 55 years. Baptist many years.
Sept. 25, 1834."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.
pg. 14
"At his father's residence in Taliferro County on the 30th ult., Mr.
Abialbon JOHNSON in his 21st year.. Oct. 17, 1829."

pg. 36
"At his residence in Tattnall County on the 7th inst. of chronic
gastritis, Allen JOHNSON, Esq. in his 57th year. He united with the
Methodist Church in 1805. Sept. 29, 1839."

pg. 45
"Died in Laurens County on Jan. 29th at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Clarissa COLEMAN, Mrs. Rachel JOHNSON, age 78 years. She had been
a worthy member of the Baptist Church for 35 years.  Feb. 14, 1837."

pg. 54
"At his residence in Jones County in his 71st year, William JOHNSON, Sr.
He grew up among and was educated by Quakers. June 26, 1838."

pg. 54
"In Putnam County at the home of Joseph JOHNSON on the 2nd inst.,
Mrs. Elizabeth WARREN, corsort of Jesse WARREN, Sr. late of Hancock
County, dec'd in her 87th year. She had gone home with her daughter, Mrs.
Susan JOHNSON, for a visit and died there, of injuries sustained when
thrown out of the buggy enroute there. She was born in DInwiddie Co.,
Virginia. She joined the Methodist Church in 1774. Two sons and 4
daughters survive.  July 24, 1838."

pg. 67
"On April 23rd, Mrs. Charlotte M. JOHNSON, the wife of Meriwether R.
JOHNSON of Henry County in her 30th year. Husband and five children
survive. May 11, 1841."

pg. 85
"Tuesday the 15th inst., Mrs. Jane JOHNSON, wife of Rev. Samuel JOHNSON
of Randolph County, age 26 years. She was converted at age of 10 and
has been a consistent member since, of the Methodist Church.  Sept 30, 1812."

pg. 93
"A report hass been received on the murder by Indians of Col. Daniel
JOHNSON of Chickasaw Bluff and a Mr. MCGLASKY. Maj. POWELL was with
them but escaped. They were exploring the lands on the Alabama River
in the late cession by the Indians, and the attack occurred near an
Indian Villagae called Standing Peachtree about 50 miles above Ft.
Clairborne. Feb. 28th 1816."

pg. 94
"A news item from St. Stephens, Mississippi Territory, dated Feb.
16, says that Daniel JOHNSON, Esq., a very respectable citizen of
Baldwin County (GA.) was killed by the Indians, along with one other
man. He had gone there with his negroes to cultivate or clear up a
farm and to prepare for the moving of his family. The killing occurred
on the Alabama River about 40 miles above Ft. Clairborne. The Indians
carried off the horses and the negroes.  March 6, 1816."

pg. 97
"In Savannah, Mrs. JOHNSON, wife of James JOHNSON, lataely from
Wethersfield, Conn.  Dec. 9, 1796."

pg. 124
"At the Hermitaage, Sunday morning the 27th inst., Mr. John I.
JOHNSON in his 33rd year. Widow, two children and a brother survive.
July 30, 1806."

pg. 130
"The same day (28th), Thomas JOHNSON, Esq., formerly collector of this
port. Oct. 30, 1807."

pg. 150
"Died in Savannah on the 9th inst. of the prevailing fever, Mrs. Suky
JOHNSON, age 28 years, wife of Marcus J. JOHNSON, a native of Grafton,
Mass. Nov. 13, 1817."

pg. 166
"Wednesday morning last, Mr. Smauel JOHNSON, age 33 years, a native
of Edinburgh, Scotland.  Sept. 16, 1820."

pg. 188
"Yesterday, George CUDDY and Jesse JOHNSON. Sept. 13, 1798."

pg. 211
"Died in Warren County, N. C. on the 10th ult., Col. Robert R. JOHNSON,
agae 49 years. He has left a widow and seven children. His wife was known in
this vicinity as formerly the wife of Gov. HAWKINS, dec'd. Apr. 10, 1827."

pg. 250
"Died 2nd Feb. 1839 at his residence in Monroe Co., Gideon G. JOHNSON
in his 52nd year. He was born in Wilkes Co., Ga. and was raised in
Washington. His parents were Baptists. In his 24th year he was married
to Mary M. REDDING, dau. of Andrew REDDING of Baldwin Co. He was an
Explemplary Methodist. Signed: John P. DICKERSON, Forsyth Circuit,
Monroe Co., Ga. Apr. 26, 1839."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 300
"June 25, 1881.
Honorable Jefferson HOLLAND hands us a list of his neighbors between
the ages of 65 and 90 in five miles of him- Hart Co. From 80-90:
Joseph JACKSON, B. B. PARKER, M. A. FRANKS, Samuel CRAFT, M. ROBERTSON,
M. USSERY, S. WHITE, John BAKER, W. WHITWORTH. From 70-78: Jacob
PARKER, W. R. POOLE, C. S. WEBB, M. JOHNSON, John LENDER,  A. CORNOG,
S. C. FISHER, Colbert PREWITT, J. A. BURGESS, A. D. FINCH, J. M. BRUCE,
Sam BYRUM, John JORDON, J. P. GLOVER, T. KING. From 65-70: J. BAILEY,
J. H. PARKER, R. K. WALTERS, Bowman SHIRLEY, Abraham SHIRLEY, J. H.
CHAPPALEAR, A. HAMMOND, Geo. LEDBETTER, J. HOLLAND, H. CALDWELL,
Dr. F. M. PAYNE, W. H. PREWITT, H. CARNES, L. GABLE, Elijah WALTERS,
John WATSON, F. HOYT, Sam CARNES, John MOOREHEAD, Joe MARETT."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia 1881-1884.

pg. 302
"August 6, 1881   Longevity #4 by P. E. BEAN
B. D. JOHNSON, 60 years old, born S. C. in 1821, has been living Hart
Co. for 24 years. Farmer and Methodist. He has been married twice, his
second wife now living. He has been blessed with fifteen children, but
has only raised ten of them. Confederate Soldier, 4th Ga. Reserves under
General Lucius J. GARTRELL."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 306
"Jan. 7, 1882.
"Death of Lily JOHNSON, daughter of Capt. J. L JOHNSON, Tuesday morning
last. Buried hartwell Cemetery."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 307
"Mar. 4, 1882
Orah L. JOHNSON eldest daughter of Capt. J. L. JOHNSON died Saturday
night, Feb. 25, 1882. Born Sept. 2, 1867, aged 14. Buried Hartwell
Cemetery."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 309
"Oct. 7, 1882
Married on the 27th by Rev. W. B. J. HARDMAN, Mr. Will WEBB and Mrs.
M. S. JOHNSON."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

"Nov. 25, 1882 Bowersville (This is Column)
M. M. JOHNSON and family of this place departed on the 20th for Texas
where they expect to abide permanently."
THE SUN, hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 313
"Jul 14, 1883
Married on Thursday 5th inst. at residence of bride's mother. Madison
Co., Ga. Mr. D. Webb JOHNSON of Hartwell and Miss Reecie DODD."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 315
"Oct. 27th, 1883
Mr. G. H. JOHNSON of this Co., who has been in Texas for several years,
writes to renew his subscription and says he will return to Hart about
Nov. 15th."
THE SUN< Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 316
"Jan. 19, 1884
Mrs. Herschel JOHNSON died at he home in Louisville, Ga. on 14th."
THE SUN. Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 319
"June 28, 1884
Letter from Sansaba, Texas June 20, 1884 to Editor from R. C. JOHNSON,
a former Hart resident."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


pg. 25
"On 2nd inst., Mrs. Nancy D. ROBERTS, age 33 years, consort of  Mr. William
M. ROBERTS of Jasper Co. Husband and three small children survive. Member
of the Baptist Church. Sept. 11, 1833."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 55
"At his father's house in LaGrange on Aug. 31st, Eugenius Alexander
ROBERTS, oldest son of William M. ROBERTS, age 9 years, 3 mos., 10 days.
Sept. 11, 1838."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 74
"In Washington County, Monday the 1st inst. of congestive fever, Mrs.
Barbara Ann ROBERTS, consort of James M. ROBERTS, Esq., in her 23rd
year. Husband and three children. Member of no church. Aug. 16, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 100
"Last Tuesday night in his 32nd year, Mr. John Howell ROBERTS, a native
of Montgomery in Wales; had lived here three years. He was a member of
Solomon's Lodge #1, F&AM, the Union Society and the Mechanics' Society.
Feb. 16, 1798."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 106
"Last Wednesday, Capt. Joseph ROBERTS. Dec. 20, 1799."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 124
"Saturday morning, Mrs. Sarah ROBERTS, wife of Moses A. ROBERTS of
Savannah. Sept. 3, 1806."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 187
"Tuesday night, John H. ROBERTS, tailor. Feb. 16, 1798."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 302
"July 30, 1881
F. S. ROBERTS, born in Elbert County, in what is now Hart County,
64 years of age. He was married to his present wife in Wilkes County,
Georgia, 44 years ago. Farmer. Has six daughters and one son."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 317
"Mr. W. H. ROBERTS of Elberton who left for Texas about three months
ago, returned home last week perfectly satisfied.."
THE SUN-Hartwell, Georgia.
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


pg. 318
"In Memoriam, Mrs. Millie ROBERTS was born Nov. 1811 and died at the
residence of her son-in-law, Francis M. BROWN, March 14th, 1884.
Methodist."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 325
"In this county on the 15th ult., by Hon. Chas. J. MCDONALD, Mr. John
W. ROBERTS, mercahnt of Macon, to Miss Permelia S. BOOTH, daughter
of Col. Davis S. BOOTH, Feb. 22, 1826."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 344
" John BUTLER and Mrs. Eliza ROBERTS of S. C., July 28, 1791."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 371
"On Thursday 24th ult., by Lewis JOINER, Esq., Mr. Jordan HARVARD
to Miss Mary ROBERTS, dau. of Jacob ROBERTS, all of Dooly County,
Nov. 13, 1833."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 379
"In Wrightsborough, Columbia Co. on 4th inst. by Rev. Wesley P.
ARNOLD, Mr. John D. GIBSON  to Miss Constantia L. C. ROBERTS, all
of that place, March 8, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 383
"At Wrightsborough, Tuesday the 30th of May by Rev. BIRD, Mr.
Thomas J. WELLBORN of Crawfordville, to Miss Mary Frances ROBERTS
of Wrightsborough, June 13, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 395
"In Twiggs County Wednesday the 8th inst. by Rev. David ROBERTS,
James S. MILLER, Esq. to Miss Eliza S. SAXON, dau. of Benjamin
SAXON, Esq., April 21, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 409
"In Jones County the evening of the 26th inst. by Judge PITTS,
Col. Manuel PITTS to Miss Caroline ROBERTS, dau. of James E. ROBERTS,
all of Jones County, Dec. 31, 1844."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 432
"On Thursday the 5th inst. by Rev. MCWHIR, Mr. James ROBERTS and
Miss Hannah WEST, both of Libert County, Dec. 13, 1799."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 449
"Thursday evening by Rev. MCWHIR, William ROBARTS of Liberty County
to  Miss Ann GRIFFIN of McIntosh County, Apr. 23, 1810."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 457
"At Harrisburgh near Augusta on the 11th inst. by James BURROUGHS,
Esq., Mr. Reason BEALL of Augusta to Miss Mary ROBERTS of Greene Co.,
Feb. 16, 1819."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.


pg. 217
"In Bibb County on the 6th inst. Augustus Franklin, the 6 mos. old
son of D. G. WORSHAM, Esq., Aug 14, 1830."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.


pg. 89
"On the same day ("last Friday") in Augusta, Mr. Alexander Ross MURRAY
of the house of MURRY & CROSSTLE of Augusta. Possessed of a strong,
reflecting mind, a good education and was a charitable young man.
March 1, 1798."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.


pg. 4
"Wednesday the 4th inst., Mr. Mary W. COBB, wife of Hon. Thomas W. COBB,
Senator from Georgia, in her 41st year. She was born in Prince Edward
County, Virginia of very respectable parents; she lost her father,
Capt. MOORE, in her early life. About 1798 her widowed mother who is yet
living, emigrated to Oglethorpe Co., Ga. and she, Mrs. COBB, was married
there in May 1807 to Mr. COBB. Member of the Presbyterian Church.
Oct. 24,1826."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 17
"Died at Retreat Plantation, Laurens Co. on the 20th June, Mrs Eliza
Mary Ann MCCALL, wife of Thomas MCCALL, Esq., age 56 years. She had been
sick 8 mos. Was a dau. of James SMITH, Esq. of Price William's Parish,
S. C. and a descendant in the maternal line of Gov. MOORE and his
wife Elizabeth BERESFORD of that then-province. Survived by her
husband, 5 daughters and 13 grandchildren. June 3, 1831."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 47
"At the residence of her mother in Baldwin Co. on 20th inst., Miss
Araminta D. MOORE, age 18 years, 8 mos, 20 days. Methodist.
April 25, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 67
"At Bonavista near Dublin on 19th ult., Mrs. Elizabeth S. MOORE,
age 39 years. Had suffered several years from dyspepsia. April 6, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 91
"In Jasper County on Sept. 26th in her 52nd year, Mrs. Elizabeth
MOORE, wife of Gen. John MOORE, formerly of North Carolina. Had not
lived long in this state. but had formed many friends. (etc.)
Oct. 12, 1814."
THE CITY GAZETTE, 1803-1816.

pg. 173
"Died at Rock Landing, Lieut. FOWLES of the U. S. Army; and at
Beard's Bluff, Lieut. MOORE of the U. S. Army. Oct. 21, 1790."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 232
"Matthew MCCULLER, formerly of Monroe Co., Ga., but for the last five
years a resident of Stewart Co., Ga. died July 8, 1842, at the house
of Mr. Chalres MOORE, Esq., in Madison Co., Miss on his return from
a visit to Louisiana. Survived by wife and one child. Nov. 11, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 267
"Died at St. George, Dorchester, S. C. 28th Oct. of the country
fever in his 20th year, Mr. Edward MOORE, eldest son of the late Mr.
Thomas MOORE, planater, of that place. Nov. 25, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 327
"In Macon on the 12th inst., by Judge MCDONALD, Mr. Alberto Fielding
WALLIS to Miss Ann MOORE, July 17, 1827."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 334
"Married in Monroe County on Oct. 13th, by Rev. POPE of Macon, Amasa
R. MOORE, Esq., to Miss Elizabeth L. GREEN, daughter of Dr. Thomas
GREEN, dec'd, of Greene County, Nov. 3, 1831."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 345
"last Saturday, John MOORE (Son of William MOORE, dec'd) and
Miss Nancy BOLTON, Dec. 22, 1791."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 347
"William NEVERCLIFT to Miss Betsy MOORE, Dec. 19, 1793."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 422
"Tuesday evening by Rev. Dr. BOYD, Mr. David REID, merchant, to
Miss Betsy MOORE, both of Augusta. Feb. 23, 1797."
THE SOUTHERN CENTINEL & UNIVERSAL GAZETTE, 1793-1799.
pg. 49
"In Dublin, Georgia on the 3rd ult., Mr. John J. MOORE in his 27th year.
He was a native there but had resided in Columbus for the last few
years. Was on a visit to his connections in Laurens County when he was
taken sick and died. July 18. 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 87
"On Friday the 8th inst., in her 20th year, Mrs. Martha MOORE, wife of
George B. MOORE, Augusta merchant. Jan. 14, 1796."
THE SOUTHERN CENTINEL & UNIVERSAL GAZETTE, 1794-1799.

pg. 96
"Last Thursday evening, James MOORE, Esq., of Chatham County, a gentleman
who distinguished himself in an early and active part in the struggle
which secured our independence, "During which time he aquired the esteem
of his countrymen as a patriot and a soldier." Mar. 15th, 1796."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SOUTHERN ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 100
"Died at sea in route to New York, on board the "Shepherdess" Capt.
John MOORE, native of Georgia and one of the city alderman of
Savannah; member of the Union Society and Commander of the Artillery
Company. His body was brought back and buried 26th inst., Sept. 29, 1797."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SOUTHERN ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 184
"Died James MOORE, Esq., Daniel COURSE and Josiah ELLIOTT, in S. C.,
formerly of BOSTON, Mar 17. 1796."
(Nancy's note for the above. Someone told me there was a Boston, Ga. at
one time.)
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 271
"March 24, 1796
Died, Saturday the 12th inst., in her 36th year, Mrs. Nancy Hughes MOORE,
wife of Maj. Thomas MOORE of Columbia, Ga. Husband and several small
children survive.'
THE SOUTHERN CENTINEL & UNIVERSAL GAZETTE, 1793-1799.

pg. 319
"May 17, 1884
Miss Willis NELMS, dau. of I. V. MOORE, Esq., of Newton, Madsion Co.,
died very suddenly on 9th inst. Buried Fork Church."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 357
"Married on the 10th inst., Capt. John BUTTS of Baldwin County to Miss
Mary D. MOORE, dau. of John R. MOORE of Jones County, March 16, 1824."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 371
"On Nov. 28th, by George HEARD, Esq., Mr. Wiley M. WHITE to Miss
Mary S. dau. of Joseph MOORE, all of Greene Co., Dec. 4, 1833."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 428
"In New York, Mr. William PEACOCK, Jr., of GEORGIA and Mrs. Mary
MOORE, Sept. 9, 1796."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 454
"At Portsmouth, N. H., Sunday the 4th inst., Mr. John MOORE to
Miss Catherine BLOUNT. Jan 20, 1818."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 465
"Married the 23rd ult., by Rev. W. M. WRIGHTMAN, the Rev. James W.
Wellborn of the S. C. Conference to Miss Sarah Minerva MOORE, dau.
of the late Gordon MOORE, Esq. of York District, S. C. Oct. 19,
1840."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1787-1842.
pg. 30
"In Dublin, Laurens County, on the 20th ult., Dr. Thomas MOORE in his
59th year. He was a native of Prince George Co., Md. and came to Georgia
early in life where he practiced medicine successfully. From one or more
of the counties in the state he had resided in since to Georgia, he had
served in the legislature. Wife and children. Sept. 3, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 42
"In Zebulon, Pike County, Tuesday 9th inst. at the residence of Henry
VAN BIBBER, Mr. Merida MOORE of Troup Co. He was enroute from his parents
home in Wilkes Co. to LaGrange where he lived, and was taken sick enroute.
Aug. 16, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 44
"On 13th inst. at his residence in Greene Co., Mr. William MOORE, age
23 years. Had been a member of the Presbyterian Church 8 years. Wife and
child survive. Oct. 25, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 79
"At his residence in the Asylum near Millegdeville on the 11th inst.,
William B. MOORE, age 32years, steward in the Asylum from beginning.
July 2, 1844."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 95
"Funeral serive on Mr. Simon HOLT, Sr., late of Baldwin County, dec'd.,
will be preached at Bellmore Farm Oct. 20th, by Rev. SHACKLEFORD; and
that of Mrs. Susannah MOORE on the 27th inst. at the house of Evers
WHEELER by Rev. Charles MALONE. Oct. 9, 1816."
THE CITY GAZETTE, 1803-1816.

pg. 110
"Friday last, Mrs. Susannah MOORE, widow of William MOORE, age 53 years.
Aug 25, 1801."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 136
"At May River, S. C. on the 17th inst., Capt. Robert MOORE of the house
of John Y. WHITE & Co., Savannah Merchants. Dec. 23, 1808."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 138
"Died at sea on Monday the 2nd inst., Capt. Robert MOORE of the ship
"CHARLES". Oct. 16, 1809."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 155
"In Laurens Co., Ga. on the 19th ult., Mrs. Margaret MOORE, consort
of Mr. Thomas MOORE. Aug. 4, 1818."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820

pg.170
"In Augusta(Ga.) the Rev. Washington M'KNIGHT, son of the Rev. Dr.
M'KNIGHT of New York; Mr. Thomas MOORE, merchant of New York.
Sept. 28, 1805."
THE CLOUMBIAN CENTINEL, 1805-1806

pg. 196
"Last Thursday in Savannah, Susannah, the widow of late William MOORE.
Aug. 27, 1801."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802

pg. 225
"In Macon of a disease of the brain, Mrs. Lucy G. MOORE, wife of Mr.
Samuel MOORE, age 38 years, also her infant son, age 12 days.
(Editors note: No date of death shown). June 5, 1834."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.

pg. 342
"William MOORE and Miss Nancy REDDY, Jan. 14, 1790."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 350
"Last Wednesday, John N. BRAILSFORD and Miss MARTHA MOORE. July, 6,
1798."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 354
"Sunday evening at Mount Clare by Rev. HULL, John CUMMING, Esq., of
Savannah and Miss MOORE, Apr. 29, 1802."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 367
"In Washington County on the 9th inst. by Rev. EVANS, John M. MCMURRAY
to Miss Theresa A. MOORE, dau. of Mr. Matthew MOORE. Aug. 16, 1832."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 401
"At Dublin in Laurens Co. on the 12th inst. by Hon. E. J. BLACKSHEAR,
Mr. John A. RENTZ of Houston Co. to Miss Josephine B. MOORE of Dublin.
April 19, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 407
"At the house of Mark J. CROWDER in Meriwether Co. on the 19th inst.
by Rev. J. HUNTER, Maj. Peyton J. MOORE of Macon Co., Ala. to Miss
Ann M. CROWDER of Meriwether Co. Jan. 30, 1844."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 421
"Thursday the 20th ult., Mr. George B. MOORE to the amiable Miss
Patsy COVINGTON, dau. of Mr. William COVINGTON, both of Campbellton,
S. C., April 10, 1794."
THE SOUTHERN CENTINEL & UNIVERSAL GAZETTE, 1893-1799.

pg. 452
"Wednesday evening by Rev. KOLLOCK, Lieut. William BEE of the 7th
Regt. of Inf., U. S. Army, to Miss Sarah W. MOORE, dau. of William A.
MOORE Esq., pf Savannah, March 15, 1817."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 458
"At Philadelphia on the 20th ilt., Robert S. COFFIN, Esq., (Boston Bard)
to Miss Sarah MOORE of Philadelphia, Apr. 9, 1819.
"The Muses were his mistress of yore,
But to the none behold one MOORE.""
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.


pg. 89
"On the same day ("last Friday") in Augusta, Mr. Alexander Ross MURRAY
of the house of MURRY & CROSSTLE of Augusta. Possessed of a strong,
reflecting mind, a good education and was a charitable young man.
March 1, 1798."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.


pg. 168
"Departed this life Thursday 2nd inst. in the 21st year of her agae,
Mrs. Elizabeth MURRAY, consort of Sylvester MURRAY, Esq. of Beaufort,
District, S. C. Nov. 9, 1820."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 187
"In Augusta on the 23rd ult., John Paul Godfrey ZIMMERMAN and Mr.
Alexander Ross MURRAY. March 2, 1798."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 190
"Last Monday, Capt. John MURRAY of the brig "UNION" of Edenton, N. C.
Aug. 8, 1799."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 198
"Died last Monday at the house of Col. Thomas MURRAY, Esq., in Lincoln
County, Georgia, Peter L. VANALEN, Esq. of a wound he received in
fighting a duel with Wm. H. CRAWFORD, Esq., last Saturday in S. C.
Aug. 19, 1802."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 220
"In Jefferson, Jackson County on the 19th inst., Col. Thomas W. MURRAY
of Lincoln County. At his death he was a member of the Georgia
legislature and a candidate for Congress. Aug 30, 1832."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.

pg. 256
"Died 15th Aug. 1840 at the residence of her son, John S. MURRAY, Sr., Esq.,
Mrs. Martha MURRAY, aged about 85 years. Reported by R. J. LIMEHOUSE,
Summerville, S. C.  Aug. 28, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 265
"Died 24th ult., in Parish of St. James, Goose Creek, S. C. Mrs. Margaret
MURRAY, consort of Mr. Lovick MURRAY in her 31st year, Signed: Joseph
WARNOCK. Nov. 4, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 291
"At Clinton, Ga. on the 31st August, John MURRAY of the firm of BUTLER
& MURRAY, Savannah merchants. Sept. 20, 1819."
THE DARIEN GAZETTE, 1818-1824.

pg. 297   ( this gives lots of info)
"Mar. 2, 1881
Col. T. H. MURRAY died at res. Hart Co., Ga. Feb. 24, 1881. 7:10 P. M.
after a fall on Dec. 22, 1880. Born N. C. 8/6/1814, but was reared in
Va. Upon attaining his majority he removed to S. C. and in March
1864 came to Hart Co. Methodist. Consort of Col. MURRAY, whose maiden
name was J. E. LAUGHRIDGE whom he married 12/15/1834. She was b. Fairfield
District of S. C. 3/8/1808 and died 1/27/1881. Methodist."
THE SUN (Hartwell, Georgia), 1881-1884.


pg. 11
"Died on the 17th inst., Robert LEWIS, Esq. mayor of Fredricksburg, Va.
in his 60th year. He was a nephew of the late President Washington
and was one of his private secretaries. Jan 31, 1829."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 11
"Drowned: (From Columbus Newsletter of 24th, inst.) Elisha AVERY,
Mr. ROOT and Col. Ulysees LEWIS with eight negros left Columbus for
Apalachicola Bay in a batteau Friday, the 16th, when about 75 or
80 miles down the Chattahoochee River about midnight, the boat capsized
and Mr. AVERY and four of the slaves were drowned. Mr. Avery was a
native of Connecticut, immigrated to Augusta a few years ago, when he
then moved to Columbus where he had since engaged in the merchandise
business. Feb. 7, 1829."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 86
"Died suddenly on Oct 31st, in his 58th year at the house of Mr.
Sterling LEWIS, in Hancock Co., Col. Peter RANDOLPH, a native of
Nottoway CO., Virginia, but for many years a resident of Georgia.
He served several years as Representative from Clarke Co. Few men
had a more extensive acquaintance or was more beloved by friends
than he was. Nov. 25, 1812."
THE SOUTHERN CENTINEL & UNIVERSAL GAZETTE, 1794-1799.

pg. 119
"At Sunbury on 3rd ult., Mr. Thomas LEWIS, native of Connecticutt,
minister of the Gospel for some years but due to hemorrhage of the
lungs had to give up preaching, coming to Georgia Dec. 1801. In April
of 1802 he was chosen principal tutor of Dunbury (sic) Academy,
which postiion he was holding at time of his death. Mar. 24, 1804."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 120
"In Savannah last Sunday, Mr. Thomas LEWIS, Jr. in his 24th year.
He was a native of Farmington, Conn. and had resided in Georgia
nearly seven years; "His family has lost a son and a brother."
Sept. 26th 1804."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 131
"In Liberty County on Dec 25th, Miss Susannah LEWIS, wife of Samuel
LEWIS and the dau. of the late Luke MANN, Esq. Jan 1, 1808."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 240
"Miss Sarah LEWIS (S. C.), relict of Col. Richard LEWIS, died Oct. 8,
1841 at her residence near Pendleton Village, age of 72 years. She
was a daughter of Capt. James MILLER of Rutherford Co., N. C., a Rev.
soldier. Leaves five children. Dec. 10, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 432
"Thursday evening at Mrs. SMITHS near the city, Mr. Robert Mackay,
merchant, and Miss Eliza, dau. of John MCQUEEN, Esq.,  Feb. 7, 1800."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1799=6-1820

pg. 376
"In the 25th ult. at Holly Grove, Monroe Co. by Rev. Daniel FULLER,
Daniel MCKAY, Esq. to Miss Juliett P. HARMON, dau. of Zachariah HARMON,
Esq.,  Mar 10, 1835."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844

pg. 285
"April 5, 1800
Reward by the governor for apprehension of John MCKEE of Franklin Co.,
charged by Inquest Jury with murder of Isaiah HALEY in that county on
Jan 7, 1800."
THE AUGUSTA CHRONICAL & GAZETTE OF THE STATE, 1790-1800.

pg. 60
"On June 18th, Thomas J. MCKEE, age 24 years, 2 months and three days;
was a faithful member of Hepzibah Baptist Church for ten years.
OCt. 15, 1839.
(NOTE: Not stated where he lived or died)"
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 24/25
"At the residence of Jacob P. TURNER near Milledgeville, on 10th inst.,
Mr. Robert MCKAY, a native of Cromartie, Scotland. He was engaged in
blasting rock in Mr. FARMER'S well about 80 feet deep, and the blast
exploded while he was loading. Had been in the U.S. five or six years
but only a few months in GA. Was about 32 years old. Funeral at Methodist
Church next day. Conducted by Rev. HARRISON. Was buried in Milledgeville.
Aug. 14, 1833."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER 1823-1844



Pg. 45
:in Greensborough on the 24th ult., Col George DAWSON in his 49th year. He
was a
member of the Fauche Volunteers at the beginning of the war of 1812; though
only a
youth he performed a tour of duty at Savannah. Later he was in the expedition
under
GENERAL DAVID ADAMS against the Indians. Dec. 9, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 66
"On the 20th ult., Mrs. Frances ADAMS, wife of Mr. James ADAMS of Jasper
County, age 38 years, 11 mos, 15 days. Member of Prim. Baptist Church. Dec.
8, 1840."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg.  90
"List of the killed in a battle with the Indians in Alabama, 48 miles west of
the
Chattahoochee River on Jan. 27, 1814:
In Capt. THOMAS'  Artillery Company: Patrick WARD, Alexander D. MCFARLIN,
Joseph SELVEY, mortally wounded.
In Capt. BUTTS' Company of Calvary: Capt. BUTT'S, Mortally wounded.
In Capt. KING'S Company: Leonard H. HARRIS, John BURT, Eli SMITH.
In Capt. LEE'S  Company: Sgt. Littleton PICKET,  John THORNTON.
In Capt. MYRICK'S Company: Walter S. BROCKMAN,
In Capt. HENRY'S Company: Joseph THOMPSON
In Capt. OWENS' Company: William DILLON.
In the 1st Regiment of Infantry: Capt. BROADMAN'S Company: John WHITEHEAD.
In Capt. John CUNNINGHAM'S Company: William BAILEY
In Rifle Battalion, Capt. ADAM'S Company: D. BLALOCK, John COOPER, Danderson
GREEBERRY, William BLALOCK. Total 17 Killed; 32 Wounded.
Feb. 2, 1814."
THE CITY GAZETTE, 1803-1816.

pg. 119
"In Savannah, Mr. Knowles ADAMS, age 26 years, native of Conn. June 6, 1804."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 237
"Died  8th September 1841 at Thomasville, Ga. Campground, Miss Drusilla A.
ADAMS, dau. of Rev. Dr. Wesley ADAMS of Jefferson Co., Fla. in her 21st year.
Oct. 8, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

pg. 276
"Feb. 23, 1793
On the 5th inst., in the Waxhaws, Lancaster Co., S. C., Mrs. Margaret ADAMS,
age
111 years. Husband, David ADAMS, died 1792, age 114 years."
THE AUGUSTA CHRONICAL & GAZETTE OF THE STATE, 1793-1799.

pg. 350
"Last Thrusday at White Bluff, John BOLTON and Miss Ann ADAMS, dau. of
Nathaniel ADAMS, Esq., Dec. 20, 1798."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 452.
"Last Tuesday evening, April 30th at Skidway Island by Rev. Bartow, David E.
ADAMS, Esq. to Mrs. Sarah ODINGSELL, widow of the late Maj. Charles
ODINGSELL, May 4, 1812."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SANVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.
pg. 11
"Died on the 17th inst., Robert LEWIS, Esq. mayor of Fredricksburg, Va.
in his 60th year. He was a nephew of the late President Washington
and was one of his private secretaries. Jan 31, 1829."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 11
"Drowned: (From Columbus Newsletter of 24th, inst.) Elisha AVERY,
Mr. ROOT and Col. Ulysees LEWIS with eight negros left Columbus for
Apalachicola Bay in a batteau Friday, the 16th, when about 75 or
80 miles down the Chattahoochee River about midnight, the boat capsized
and Mr. AVERY and four of the slaves were drowned. Mr. Avery was a
native of Connecticut, immigrated to Augusta a few years ago, when he
then moved to Columbus where he had since engaged in the merchandise
business. Feb. 7, 1829."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 86
"Died suddenly on Oct 31st, in his 58th year at the house of Mr.
Sterling LEWIS, in Hancock Co., Col. Peter RANDOLPH, a native of
Nottoway CO., Virginia, but for many years a resident of Georgia.
He served several years as Representative from Clarke Co. Few men
had a more extensive acquaintance or was more beloved by friends
than he was. Nov. 25, 1812."
THE SOUTHERN CENTINEL & UNIVERSAL GAZETTE, 1794-1799.

pg. 119
"At Sunbury on 3rd ult., Mr. Thomas LEWIS, native of Connecticutt,
minister of the Gospel for some years but due to hemorrhage of the
lungs had to give up preaching, coming to Georgia Dec. 1801. In April
of 1802 he was chosen principal tutor of Dunbury (sic) Academy,
which postiion he was holding at time of his death. Mar. 24, 1804."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 120
"In Savannah last Sunday, Mr. Thomas LEWIS, Jr. in his 24th year.
He was a native of Farmington, Conn. and had resided in Georgia
nearly seven years; "His family has lost a son and a brother."
Sept. 26th 1804."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 131
"In Liberty County on Dec 25th, Miss Susannah LEWIS, wife of Samuel
LEWIS and the dau. of the late Luke MANN, Esq. Jan 1, 1808."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 240
"Miss Sarah LEWIS (S. C.), relict of Col. Richard LEWIS, died Oct. 8,
1841 at her residence near Pendleton Village, age of 72 years. She
was a daughter of Capt. James MILLER of Rutherford Co., N. C., a Rev.
soldier. Leaves five children. Dec. 10, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.


pg. 314
"Married on 20th of Sept. 1883 at residence of bride's by Rev. P. M.
Ryburn, Mr. W. H. Boleman of Hartwell and Mrs. Margaret F, BENNETTE of
Hart County. Sept. 22, 1883"
THE SUN- Hartwell, Georgia 1881-1884

pg. 320
Aug. 16, 1884
"Died after short illness on Aug. 8, 1884, Mr. Mike BENNETTE. Leaves
Mother, Brother."
THE SUN-Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884

pg. 112
"Capt. John HAMILTON, age 61 died on the 8th inst. after a long illness.
Jan. 26, 1802."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVNNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 211
"In Clinton, on the the 7th inst. Mr. John HAMILTON, an esteemed and
worthy young man. Nov. 14, 1826."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 414
"Last evening, by Rev. KOLLOCK, William A. GRANT to Miss Mary HAMILTON,
Mar. 6, 1810."
THE RUBLICAN & SAVANNAH EVENING LEDGER, 1809-1810

pg. 241
"Rev. Moses HAMILTON (Ga.) died at his residence in Meriwether Co., Ga.
Nov. 12, 1841, of fever with influenza of the lungs. Died in his 46th
year. He was born in Wilkes Co., Georgia Sep. 1795. Jan. 28, 1842."
THE STANDARD OF UNION 1841.

pg. 201
"On the (blank) ult., Miss Rachel HAMILTON, age 78 years; was a old
and respectable citizen of Savannah. Aug. 8, 1809."
THE REPUBLICAN & SAVANNAH EVENING LEDGER, 1809-1810.

pg. 447
"Married on the 19th ult. at Black Swamp, S.C. Rev. Thomas POLHILL to
amiable Miss Rebecca HAMILTON. Aug. 10, 1809."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 373
"In Montgomery Co., on Tuesday evening last by Rev. HAMILTON, Henry J.
HARWELL, Esq. of Columbus, Ga. to Miss Mary A. TAYLOR, oldest dau. of
Mr. Jesse P. TAYLOR of Montgomery Co., Mar 26, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.
pg. 7
"At his residense in Hancock Co. on the 27th ult., Walter HAMILTON, Esq.,
in his 64th year. Was a member of Baptist Church many years. He had a dream
mot long before his death in which he saw his two dead children, Alfred and
Carolina, who died one last year and the other two years bedfore. Widow
and several Children survive. July 9, 1827."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 291
"Dec. 9, 1820
In Darien on the 27th ult., in her 24th year Mrs. Maria Eliza HAMILTON,
Native of New York, and wife of David HAMILTON. Survived by her husband
and a young child."
THE DARIEN GAZETTE, 1818-1824

pg. 22
"At his residence in Sparta, Hancock Co., Tuesday 20th inst., Capt. Duke
HAMILTON
in his 62nd year. He was born in Greenville Co., VA. 22 Sept 1781 (sic); came
to
Georgia in 1790 and settled near Sparta. His parents moved there the next
year, 1791.
He was married in 1800 to Miss Elizabeth Scott and located on plantation
adjoining his father and lived there until five years ago when he moved
into Sparta. He served 1792-93 as a volunteer in the Georgia state troops
with rank of Lieut. In 1813 he volunterred for service against the Creek
Indians
and was attached to Gen Floyd's command and the company he commanded was
assigned
to scouting. Leaves a wife and numerous circle of relatives and friends.
Nov. 29, 1832"
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 330
"In Sparta at the residense of Capt. Duke Hamilton on the 13th inst., by Rev.
DARLEY,
John BONNER, Esq. to Miss Frances M. REEVES, all of Hancock County.
Apr 25, 1829."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835

pg. 408
"In Savannah on the 16th inst., by Rev. Josiah LEWIS, Mr. Everard H.
BLACKSHEAR
of Laurens Co., to Miss Isabella M. C. HAMILTON, oldest dau. of Col. E.
HAMILTON
of that city, Oct. 22, 1844."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 337
"Thursday evening the 20th ult., by Rev. Thoomas STANFORD, Rev. Thomas
Humphries
CAPERS to Miss Jane Ann HAMILTON, dau. of the late Dr. James HAMILTON of
Elbert, Jan 3, 1833.
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 1
" Another Revolutionary Soldier Gone! Died at his residence in
Washington, Wilkes Co. on the 24th ult. in his 77th year, Col. John
GRAVES. He was born in Culpepper Co., VA. Entered the army 1776 as a
lieutenant in the 8th Virginia Regiment; at the close of the war he was
a Major. He was in the battles of Brandywind, Germantown, Monmouth and
at the siege of York. When GENERAL GREENE crossed the Yadkin River he
was in charge of 200 men to protect passaage of the troups; they had
engagement with CORNWALLIS in doing so, but succeeded in protecting
the troups and themselves, crossing the Yadkin with a loss of only
3 killed and 5 wounded. Moved to Georgia 1784. In 1786 he commanded a
regiment against the Creeks. The Treaty of Shoulderbone followed, to
which he was a witness. He was elected by the legistlature as a
Presidential Elector in the last election."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

(Nancy note: the entry before this (above) in May 25, 1824. the entry after
is July 20, 1824. So it appears this notice was May 25th or June of
same year)

pg. 4
"In East Greenwich, R. I. on the 26th ult., William GREENE, age 83 years,
oldest surviving brother of late GENERAL NATHANIEL GREENE of Georgia,
Oct. 24, 1826."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844. 

pg. 19
"On the 6th inst. at her residence in this county, Mrs. Nancy GREENE,
consort of Rev. Miles GREENE, inher 52nd year. Had been a member of the
Methodist Church 25 years. Jan. 26, 1832."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 21
"On the 14th inst. near Milledgeville, James William GREENE, the
youngest son of Rev. Miles GREENE, age 12 years, 8 days. Aug. 23, 1832."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 50
"On the 8th inst. at 5 P.M., at the residence of his mother Mrs.
Elizabeth GREENE, widow, of Baldwin Co., after a short illness, Mr.
Robert GREENE, in his 19th year; he was the youngest of son, William
being the oldest son. Spet. 19, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844

pg. 68
"In Greene County on the 8th inst., Mrs. Eliza W. SKIDMORE, consrt of
Crosby S. SKIDMORE and daughter of Charles BALDWIN, dec'd. and Mrs.
Ann BALDWIN (Now Mrs. GREENE) in her 28th year. She was a worthy
member of the methodist Church since early life. She had expected her
death from her approaching confinement. She was confined to her bed
Sunday the 6th and dies Tuesday following. She leaves four little
daughters, one of them a 2 day old infant. June 29, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 116
"Friday in St. Peters Parish, S. C., Mrs. Ann GREENE, wife of Nathaniel
GREENE, Esq. Aug. 27th, 1803."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812

pg. 170
"In Savannah, Mr. Nathaniel GREENE of S. C., formerly of Rhode Isalnd.
Jan. 11, 1806."
THE CLOUMBIA CENTINEL, 1805-1806.

pg. 177
"Mr. George Washinton GREENE, son of the late Gen. GREENE, was drowned
in the river near Mulberry Grove thursday morning by the overturning of
his canoe. Mr. STILES, a young gentleman, with him, with difficulty
made it to the shore. Mr. GREENE'S body was found next day and on
Saturday was interred here. The Cincinnati Society of which he was a
member, together with a number of respectable citizens attended the
funeral. Apr. 4, 1793."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 315
"Nov. 17, 1883.
Mrs. Anna M. GREENE of Rhode Island celebrated her 100th birthday on
the 10th. Her husband was a son of Gen. Nathaniel GREENE of Revolutionary
Fame."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 348
"At Mulbery Grave, on the 12th ult. by Rev. MCCAULE, John Clark Nightengale,
Esq. of Providence, R. I., to Miss Martha Washington GREENE, elest dau.
pf Late Maj. Gen. GREENE, May 7th 1795."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 356
"Married Thursday evening, the 12th inst., at Bellmore Farm by Rev.
Miles GREENE, Hon. Thomas W. HARRIS, Judge Superior Court of the
Southern Circuit, to Mrs. Harriet H. HOBSON, oldest dau. of Hines
HOLT, Esq., Feb. 17, 1824."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 362
"Wednesday evening at Maj. Burton HEPBURN'S by Rev. Samuel K. HODGES,
Joseph B. GREENE, Esq. to Miss Eliza E. COLEMAN of Montgomery, Ala.
Nov. 21, 1829."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 367
"on the 9th inst., be Rev. R. GREENE, Stephen WESTON, Esq. to Miss
Susan LAMAR, both of Putnam County. Sept. 20, 1832."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 372
"Thursday evening 13th inst. in Eatonton by Rev. J. COLLINSWORTH,
Mr. William H. MCGEHEE to Miss Lucy Ann B. GREENE, dau. of Rev. Miles
GREENE, Feb. 26, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 386
"On the 18th inst. by Judge HUDSON of Eatonton, Mr. Thomas M. GREENE
of Balwin Co. to Miss Martha Frances PRESLY, dau. of Thomas PRESLY,
Esq. Jan. 30, 1838."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg 420
"Last Thursday evening by Rev. Charles MALONE, Mr. Stephen SAUNDERS to
Miss Mary P. GREENE, dau. of Mr. Alexander GREENE, all of Milledgeville.
July 17, 1816."
THE GEORGIA JOURNAL, 1814-1816.

pg. 428
"In Philadelphia by Rev. Dr. EWING, Mr. Phineas MILLER of Ga., to Mrs.
Catherine GREENE, widow of the late GEN. GREENE, July 10th, 1796."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

pg. 436
"On Cumberland Island on the 22nd inst., Peton SKIPWITH, Jr. (Son of
SIR Peyton SKIPWITH of Va.) to Cornelia L. second dau. of Maj. Gen.
GREENE, dec'd., April 30, 1802."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

That's all the GREENE'S with an (E). There are, however, entries of
obit for other soldiers who served under General GREENE. No Info about
GREENE himself. If anyone would be interested maybe LATER I can post
those tha served with or under him.


pg. 11
"Died suddenly Friday evening the 12th inst., Mrs. Jane GREEN, wife
of Dr. William GREEN of Milledgeville; truly a pious woman. Dec. 20, 1828."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 16
"On the 8th inst., Thomas F. GREEN, age 15 months, only child of Thomas F.
and Adeline E. A. GREEN. (No residence shown). Nov. 20, 1830."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 28
"In Harris County on the 24th ult., James Robert GREEN, youngest son of
Robert T. and Elizabeth M. GREEN, age one year 2 mos. His parents and
a three- year-old brother survive. April 9, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 38
"Died in Milledgeville on the 31st ult., Mr. Orange GREEN in his 36th
year. He was a native of Brandon, Vermont and had lived here for past
ten years. Wife and infant son survive. Jan. 5, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 78
"On the 31st ult. Joseph A. GREEN in his 16th year, son of William G.
and Lucinda G. GREEN. (County of residence not shown, probably Hancock,
possibly Montgomery). Alabama papers will please copy. June 11, 1844."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

pg. 129
"The funeral of Dr. Enoch A. GREEN will be held this afternoon. Members
of Union Lodge #10 will attend. Sept. 21, 1807."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 130
"On 23rd ult., Dr. Enoch A. GREEN, native of Trenton, New Jersey. Had
lived her a short time; referred to as "young gentleman." Oct. 2, 1807."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

pg. 185
"Died the wife of Daniel John GREEN. Aug. 11, 1796."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 206
"Sunday morning, Miss Ann Maria GREEN, dau. of Mr. William GREEN. Oct. 2,
1810."
THE REPUBLICAN & SAVANNAH EVENING LEDGER, 1809-1810.

pg. 282
"Jan. 12, 1799
Died Monday morning, Col. John GREEN of Augusta; truly a loss to his
town and state. He was a Revolutionary Soldier; was wounded and captured in
the
war, also a refugee. He died in the prome of life."
THE AUGUSTA CHRONICAL & GAZETTE OF THE STATE, 1790-1800.

pg. 330
"At Powelton on the 4th inst., Thomas F. GREEN, Esq. of Milledgeville
to Miss Adeline A. E. CROWDER of the former place. Dec. 13, 1828."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 334
:Married in Monroe County on Oct. 13th, by Rev. POPE of Macon, Amasa
R. MOORE, Esq. to Miss Elizabeth L. GREEN, dau. of Dr. Thomas GREEN,
dec'd. of Greene County. Nov. 3, 1831."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

pg. 344
"Michael GREEN to Miss Teresa ROLFES. Dec. 23, 1790."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 355
"On Thursday evening at Dungenness, Cumberland Island, by Hon. Phineas
MILLER, Peyton SHIPWITH, Jr., Esq., son of SIR Peyton BECKWITH, baronet,
of Virginia, to Miss Cornelia Lotz GREEN, second dau. of the late
Nathaniel GREEN, Major-General in U. S. Army. May 5, 1802."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 358
"In Burke County, Thursday the 26th ult. by Rev. Baldwin RAIFORD, Mr.
Robert GREEN of Emanuel County to Miss Calcey CROSS. Nov. 7, 1826."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

pg. 437
"On Tuesday evening by Rev. HOLCOMBE, Capt. John SHAW to Miss Mary
GREEN, Jul. 6, 1803."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER

pg. 117
"At Port Royal, Jamaica, Capt. Solomon FERRIS, Commander of L'Hercule
of 74 guns of the British Navy; age 55 years. Oct. 12, 1803."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812

pg. 103
"Last Wednesday, George FARIES Jan. 11, 1799."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812

pg. 192
"Last Monday, Miss Margaret FARIES, widow of Mr. George FARIES.
Mar. 20, 1800."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

pg. 303
"Oct. 8, 1881
The funeral service of Mrs. Mary A. SCOTT will be preached in the
Methodist Church at this place next Sunday at 11 A. M. by Rev.
W. A. FARISS."
THE SUN- Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

pg. 296
"Married on 23 Dec. 1881 by Rev. W. A. FARRIS, Mr. L. S. MCWHORTER
and Miss Alice WIN."
THE SUN- Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


pg. 189
"Yesterday in Savannah, George FAIRIES, house carpenter, Jan. 10, 1799."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.











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