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Columbus Enquirer
22 Feb.1834
Married;
Thurs last by Rev. Baker...Alfred C. Boswick of Hawkinsville to Miss
Henrietta C. Macall, dau of John Macall, a merchant of Columbus..

Married the same evening by Rev. Baker ...Harvey Hall to Miss Jane C.
Ives all of Columbus..

8 Mar.1834

Andrew Park vs. Mary Park, libel for divorce. Defendant a resident of
Muscogee Co. To be heard, Meriwether superior Court Nov. term 1833 (copied
as is)

29 Mar.1834
Grand jury presentments of Troup Co. Ga.

Guardian sale by Gabriel Moss, on the estate of of Frederick
Freeman, dec'd.  Hancock Co. GA and also for the benefit of Martha F.
Freeman  Mar. 1834..

Adm'r sale by Zachariah Bailey of estate of William Smith dec'd...of
Randolph Co. (GA)

Guardian sale by John W. Shurley of land belonging to John N. Bridges, a
minor of Randolph Co....

Guardian sale by N. Johnson, of land belonging to Augustus F. Jordan, a
minor, of Troup Co. 25 Jan. 1834

Hamilton Academy trustees announce that Rev. William B. Richards will
conduct "the male dept." and Miss Harriet H. Benham "the female dept"
of the Academy for the next year. William C. Osborn secretary 23 Dec.
1833..

Sale of town lots announced in Irwinton 
Ala. located on the west bank of the Chattahoochee River, on a beautiful
elevated plane, about 50 miles below Columbus. At present it is the 2nd
town on the river in point of commerce...Plats of the lots can be seen
on the premises, said William Wellborn...

12 April 1834
Married
on Thurs last by Rev. Benjamin Pope...Simon Patillo to Miss Harriett
Kirkland, all of Columbus..

Died in Columbus Co. 2 April 1834 Mrs Jane Odam, wf of John Odam age 19
years..

Adm'r sale by John Ward, of estate of Aaron Thomson, dec'd of Burke co.
Ga.

divorce action Sarah Goodwin vs John A. Goodwin, in Talbot Co. Ga, Superior
Court march term 1834..

26 April 1834 
Married in Quincy Fla. 8 April 1834 by Rev. Jesse Cole...Dr. H. H. Brown
of Columbus, GA to Miss Mary Dearborn of Quincy...

24 May 1834
Fight between John Hatcher and Joseph Sawyer at Marion, Twiggs Co. GA.2
May 1824 ended in death of Hatcher. Both has families..

Died, in Harris Co. GA. 10 may 1834 William Langham,78,native of
VA. Served in the Rev. War under Washington and was wounded. About 1798 he
moved his family to GA.
 
1 June 1834
Guardian sale.. by George W. Heard,land belonging to Olive Heard, orphan
of Stephen G. Heard, dec'd Troupe Co. GA.
Admr' sale by Wade H. Turner and Richard Q. Lane of the estate of Esom
Turner, dec'd Troupe Co. GA.
Mary Ann Powers, applied for letters of adm.
on the estate of Edward Powers, late of heard Co. GA.5 may 1834
6 June 1834
Married; Harris Co. GA 23 May 1834 by Rev. Mr. Hand, Dr. A.M. Walker of
Columbus to Miss Ellen E. Moughon, eldest dau. of Major John Mitchell.
died ; of apoplexy 3 June 1834 Joseph F. Murray, native of NC recently of
Columbus.
14 June 1834
died; in the vicinity of Columbus 9 June 1834 Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Wynn
age 23 wf of William L.Wynn, dau. of Pierce and Phoebe Lewis..
Admr' sale.. by Edwin and John ONeal,estate of John Oneal,dec'd of
Talbot Co. GA.
28 June 1834
Rev. John Baker, Pastor of Presbyterian Church at Columbus,died at
Lovingston, VA 15 June 1834,while"on a tour for the benefit of his
shattered constitution, which he may be truly said to have worn out in
the service of his master"
Married. near Columbus, 15 june by Rev. Mr. Hodges, William D.
Hargroves, esq. to Mrs. Woolfolk. widow of General Sowel Woolfolk...
6 Sept. 1834
grand Jury for Stewart Co. Aug term;
Foreman: Thomas J. Stell
James Hillard     Samuel H. Luckie   John Talbot   Drury M. Lesure
Nathaniel Mauxley   Sampson Bell   James Bonner    John Flinn
Jared Erwin    Warren A. May    John Grimes    Galba Mathews
Westley Vinson   Jacob Cravey   James Parker    Thomas C.Curry
John D. Caton    Loverd Bryan   Richard J. Snelling
Thomas Williams   Mathew Wright
New county seat of Henry Co. Al.  Abbeville.. commissioners. John
Sowell, Benjamin Kirland, Joel Vickers
20 Sept 1834
William W. Lambert  and William W. Davis in a duel at Lynchburg
VA. .fired shots in the air, no blood was drawn.... 
Dr. E. F. Leitner was appointed Curator of the Museum of Comparative
Anatomy of the Medical College of the state of SC....
Mr. William Stogner, native of S C, and formerly a student of Dr. James
Francis Lee, of VA, offers his services as a teacher
signed Columbus 
A women named Holder, was jailed in Fayetteville NC, charged with beating
her 10 year old son to death...
William Tracy Gould announces the opening of his law school in
Augusta, Ga.
Orphans Court, Chamber Co. Al.
Admr's of  Littleberry Gresham va...heirs , Elizabeth Gresham widow;
Lemuel Gresham; William R. Gresham; Felix Gresham; Greenberry Gresham;
Pascal Gresham; Leroy Gresham; Young Q. Gresham; John B. Whately in right
of his wife Cynthia; Anthony Cozart in right of his wf Elizabeth; Simeon
Parker in right of his wife Nancy, all above age of 21..petitioning for
sale of lands and division of the proceeds..
12 July 1834
died , Friday last.. Hon. Lucius Q. O. Lamar, Judge of the Ocmulgee Circuit,
shot himself in the head....
died in Columbus.. 5 July 1834 Chest Nuley, merchant, leaves wife and large
family, in St. Marks or Pensacola, Fla.
divorce  between Sarah Goodwin and John A. Goodwin, Talbot Superior Court
March term 1834 John A. Goodwin was not found in county... 

 




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