Miscellaneous Newspapers



"Died in Laurens County on Jan. 29th at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Clarisa COLEMAN, Mrs. Rachel JOHNSON, age 78 years. She had been
a worthy member of the Baptist Church for 35 years. Feb. 14, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844


"In this town on the 16th inst., Mrs. Judith COLEMAN, wife of Robert
COLEMAN, Esq., in her 40th year. Mar. 22, 1826."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.


"Nov. 14, 1795
Last Wednesday, Capt. Reuben COLEMAN."
THE AUGUSTA CHRONICAL & GAZETTE OF THE STATE, 1790-1800.


"In Macon last Tuesday evening by Rev. STRATTON, Robert COLEMAN, Esq.,
to Miss Mary B. TAYLOR, both of Macon, Oct. 16, 1827."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835


"On the 11th inst., At William COLEMAN'S in Walton Co. by Egbert B.
BEALL, Esq., Mr. Elliott REED of Columbus to Miss Elvira LEE of
of Walton Co., Feb. 21, 1829."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.


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


"In Greene County at the residence of Col. John COLEMAN on the 28th
ult., by Rev. Samuel CASSELS, Capt. Kinchen L. HARALSON to Miss Jane
M. LEWIS of Gallatin, Tennessee, Mar. 20, 1833."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"At Madison Courthouse on the 13th ult., Mr. John COLEMAN to Miss
Caroline BACON, formerly of Charleston, S. C., Jan. 18, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.


"By Rev. Dr. BOYD, James CATLETT, Esq. of Augusta to Mrs. Lucy COLEMAN
of Bedford, Jan. 12, 1797."
THE SOUTHERN CENTINEL & UNIVERSAL GAZETTE, 1793-1799.


"Friday morning the 7th inst. at his plantation at White Bluff, Nathaniel
ADAMS, Sr., Esq., he leaves a numerous family. Mar. 12, 1806."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.


"Jan. 7, 1882.
Married Dec. 22, 1881 at residence of Mr. MITCHELL N. ADAMS By Haratio
J. GOSS, Mr. James M. HUTCHENSON and Miss Eliza MCDONALD."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


"April 29, 1882
Wednesday at residence of bride's father, Mr. A. S. STEPHENS in
Anderson, S. C., were united in marriage Mr. H. L. ADAMS and Miss
Fannie M. STEPHENS by Rev. T. P. BELL."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


"Dec. 23, 1882
Married on 14th in Elberton, Ga., Mr. W. W. ADAMS to Miss Fannie
CLARK."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


"Mar. 10, 1883
Divorce in Superior Court, Spet. Term 1882. Wiley M. ADAMS vs
Frances ADAMS."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


"Mar. 24, 1883
The Case of the State vs Lindsey ADAMS and M. M. RUCKER charged with
murder of William DOOLEY."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


"Jan. 26, 1884
Mrs. Louisa A. ADAMS died at the residence of her son-in-law Mr. J. L.
DEADWYLER in Elberton, Ga. Sunday morning, the third death in the family
in a week's time from pnuemonia."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


"Apr. 26, 1884
Died Wednesday April 16th, Mrs. Louiza FLOYD, wife of J. P. FLOYD and
daughter of R. D. ADAMS. Member of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. Buried
Pleasant Grove. Leaves a husband and five little children."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


"June 14, 1884
Mr. Richard C. ADAMS of Elbert Co. died on Wednesday last, aged 87
years."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia , 1881-1884.


"Sep. 27, 1884
Married on the evening of 24th at residence of Mr. R. B. THORNTON, the
bride's father, Mr. Elbert M. ADAMS and Miss Verona THORNTON by Rev.
J. C. WINGO."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.


"Nathaniel ADAMS, son of Nathaniel ADAMS, Esq. and Miss Mary WYLLY,
dau. of Col. Richard Wylly, July 3, 1794."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.


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


"In Twiggs Co., Thursday 7th inst. by Hon. Lott WARREN, Mr. James JARVIS
to Miss Louisa, and Mr. Obediah ADAMS to Miss Talitha daughter of
Daniel MASSEY. Esq., Feb. 13, 1833."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.


"By Rev. KOLLOCK at White Bluff, Thursday evening, Mr. Joseph KING to
Miss Margaret ADAMS, both of Chatham County., Nov. 11, 1809."
THE REPUBLICAN & SAVANNAH EVENING LEDGER, 1809-1810.


"Tuesday evening by Rev. KOLLOCK, Mr. John LEWIS, merchant, to Miss
Susan M. ADAMS, both of Savannah. Dec. 14, 1809."
THE REPUBLICAN & SAVANNAH EVENING LEDGER, 1809-1810.


"On the 26th inst. at Bonabelle, Chatham Co., Nathaniel A. ADAMS
to Miss Mary Mildred FLOURNOY, dau. of Capt. Robert FLOURNOY.
Aug. 4, 1821."
THE DARIEN GAZETTE, 1819-1825.


"Thursday evening, 9th inst. on Long Island by the Rev. Mr. GOULDING,
Mr. Samuel ADAMS to Miss Mary L. BARNARD, both of this county. March
16, 1820."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

 

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