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"Alexander BARR, shopkeeper, found dead in ruins of his shop in
Savannah; thought to have been murdered and robbed and shop burned to
cover up crime. Wife and several children in Glasgow, Scotland.
Dec. 11, 1801."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

"On the 24th ult. in St. Peters Parish, S. C., Mr. Joseph BARE (or
BARR?) in his 24th year. Feb. 9, 1808."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

"John J. BARR died 27 July 1841, in his 19th year. Reported by Joel
W. TOWNSEND of the Aiken, S. C. Circuit. Sept. 10, 1841.'
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

"Died in Talladega County, Alabama, 27 August, Rev. Edward BARR.
Sept. 30, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1827-1842.

"On Tuesday the 28th ult., Mr. Vincent A. WITHERBY to Miss Margaret
BARR, both of Houston County. July 2, 1831."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

At Midway, Hancock County on the 5th inst., Mrs. Mary Ann COLLEY,
late consort of Mr. Francis S. COLLEY, dau. of James RICHARDSON, Esq.,
of Walton County, age 75 years, 3 months, 4 days. Survived by her
husband and one child. Spet. 20, 1836."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

"On the 19th inst. at Mrs. RICHARDSON'S in Hancock County, Lavinia
Jane, only dau. of Pulaski S. HOLT of Putnam County, age 2 years, six
months. July 25, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

"Died at her residence "Belvedere" in Hancock County on the 8th inst.,
Mrs. Jane RICHARDSON in her 69th year. Member of the Methodist Church
39 years. "She was a faithful and affectionate mother, kind to her
slaves, liberal to her church and benevolent to the poor." Jan.
29, 1839."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

"Accidentally killed (From "American Patriot"), Mr. James S. RICHARDSON
was killed in Sparta Tuesday evening by a fall the window of his
apartment in the second story of the Eagle Tavern. He was a native
of England and a teacher of music. May 19, 1823."
THE MESSENGER, 1823-1824.

"In Savannah, Mr. Sebastian BLANCHE, merchant. And in Augusta (GA),
Mrs. Eliza, wife of Mr. Sclneyler RICHARDSON, formerly of Massachusetts.
Nov. 30, 1805."
THE COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, 1805-1806.

"Died Oct. 1st, Euclid EVERETT, age 30 years, 18 days of Richmond Co.,
N. C. Signed: A. H. RICHARDSON. Nov. 11, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 8137-1842.

"Jan. 26, 1881
Mr. Milton RICHARDSON has a Spanish coin 484 years old. It was coined
in 1397. " THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

"Oct. 15, 1881
Judge J. V. RICHARDSON age 74 years old, born in a portion of Elbert
Co. but off into Hartford Co. and now resides within a mile of where he was
born. He has been married twice and had 13 children; of which 11 are still
living, 6 sons and five daughters. Baptist. Had four sons in the Confederate
Army.
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

"Oct. 22, 1881
Married at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. B. C. THORNTON
on the evening of the 20th, Mr. M. L. PARKS and Miss L. J. RICHARDSON."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

"March 4, 1882
Mr. James D. CRAFT born in 1817 and died at the residence of Judge V.
RICHARDSON in Hart County. Feb. 25, 1882. Buried at Rock Branch Church
Cemetery. Elbert County. Brother to Capt. J. F. CRAFT of Hartwell."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Goergia, 1881-1884.

"August 9, 1884
Judge James V. RICHARDSON died at his hime in this county on Wednesday
the 6th inst. age 76 years old, born in Elbert County, Ga. (Now Hart
County Sept. 1809) buried Sardis Church Cemetery."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

"At Mercer Institute on the 6th inst. by Rev. B. M. SANDERS, Dr. E. H.
RICHARDSON of Crawfordville, Georgia to Miss Mary A. F. JANES of the
former place. April 25th, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"Tuesday evening by Rev. HOLCOMB, Mr. Joseph DAVICE, late of New Jersey
to Miss Sarah RICHARDSON of Savannah. Jan 14, 1804."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

"Tuesday 10th ult. by Rev. Kollock, Mr. Richard RICHARDSON to Frances
L. BOLTON, both of Savannah. Jan 2, 1812."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

"On Friday evening, by Rev. Mr. CRANSTON, Durham T. HALL of the house
of Mr. R. RICHARDSON & Co., to Miss Elizabeth R. RICHARDSON all of this
city. Jan 20, 1820."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

At Harrock on 14th inst., Mrs. Sarah M. DAY, widow of the late Maj.
Joseph DAY and dau. of Phillip BOX, Esq., dec'd. July 28, 1797."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

"In Bryan County on the 4th Dec., Mrs. Rebecca DAY, consort of the late
Thomas DAY, age 39 years, dau. of Luke MANN, Esq., dec'd. Jan. 1, 1808."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

Capt. Arthur HAYES died at Maj. DAY'S on the Great Ogeechee. He was
late of the Georgia Line. Jan. 14, 1790."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

"Died in this city, Maj. Joseph DAY and Mrs. KARR, wife of Mr. Peter
KARR. Jan. 24, 1793."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

"At the Falls of the Chattahoochee on Tuesday, Oct. 4th last, by
Luther BLAKE, Esq., Mr. Zachariah DUELL to Miss Nancy DAY, all residnets of the village at the Falls. Oct. 9, 1827."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

"In Macon last Wednesday night by Rev. HOLT, Mr. Charles DAY to Miss
Mary CROCKER. May 22, 1833."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

"Maj. Joseph DAY, late of the Georgia Line to Sarah Mary, the eldest
dau. of Phillip BOX, Esq., dec'd. May 27, 1790."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

"Tuesday evening Jan. 30th at her father's residence in Jones County
by Joseph DAY,Esq., M. Reason WILIOXSTON of Hancock County to Miss
Caroline FRANKS. Feb. 13, 1838."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"In Scottsboro, Baldwin Co., on 26th ult. by Rev. BAKER, Mr. L. D. MINTER
to Miss Amanda G. DAY, dau. of Lewis DAY, Esq., of Scottsboro. Feb. 2,
1841."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

August 6, 1881   Longevity #4 by P. E. BEAN
Moses J. CARDEN, "Uncle Moses" as he is familiarly known, 74 years old
next January. Raised in this county and is now living in a half a mile
of where he was born. His wife is living and is 66 years of age and has
born her husband 10 children all of whom are alive and well, with
exception of a son killed, Confederate Army, Methodist."
THE SUN (Hartwell, Goergia), 1881-1884.
 
"March 18, 1882 / SUN RAYS
Mrs. Moses CARDEN died a few days ago after a lingering illness."

"Died in her residence at Hart County, Georgia, March 13, 1882, Mrs.
Elizabeth CARDEN, wife of Moses J. CARDEN, member (Baptist) Sardis
Church."
THE SUN, (Hartwell, Georgia), 1881-1884.

"In Twiggs County on the 10th inst., Capt. Charles CARDIN, a useful
and respectable citizen and receiver of tx returns of his county.
Aug. 21, 1830."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1830.

In Monroe County, Sept. 11th, By James A. HENRY, Esq., Mr. WIlliam
H. SHERRER (?not Plain) of Crawford County to Miss Amanda MILLS of
Monroe County. Oct. 11, 1828."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

"On the 14th inst. (ult. ?), WIlliam J. TILLMAN, Esq. of Lee County,
Mississippi
to Miss Elizabeth SHERRARD of Macon County, Georgia. Nov. 2, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.


In Pulaski County on the 14th inst., in her 40th year, Mrs. Mary MCLEOD,
wife of Murdock MCLEOD and youngest daughter of Col. Joseph CLINCH of
North Carolina. She had been a member of the Baptist Church for many
years. She experienced a sudden death by rupture of a blood vessel. A
truly pious woman. April 2, 1827."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.


"Died lately at Col. O'NEAL'S in McIntosh County, Mrs. margaret MCLEOD,
age 83 years, 56 of which she lived in that county. Nov. 20, 1798."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.


"On the 16th ult. at his plantation in Bruswick, Glynn County, James
MCLEOD, Esq.  Jan. 7, 1807."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.


"In Savannah on the 26th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth MCLEOD, wife of Dr. Donald
MCLEOD, in her 49th year.  Feb. 26, 1808."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.


"In Tattnall County on 30th ult., Dr. John MCLEOD of Savannah, in his
27th year. June 18, 1810."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.


"William MCLEOD (Ga.) died in Jacksonville, Telfair Co., Ga. Sept. 13th.
He was born in N. C. Feb. 14, 1795. His father removed while he was a
child to Montgomery County, Ga. where he was brought up. After he left
the parental roof he located in Telfair County where he spent the last 15
or 20 years of his life. Wife and six samll children survive. Dec. 10, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.


"In Savannah last Saturday, Mr. Norman MCLEOD to Mrs. Elizabeth PIPER,
widow of Dr. John PIPER of South Carolina. Jan. 26, 1798."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.


"In Milledgeville Wednesday evening by Rev. Lovick PIERCE, Dr. William
GREEN to Miss Sarah MCLEOD.  May 15, 1830."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.


"Last Thursday by Rev. MCLEOD, Mr. James CLYETT, grocer, to Miss Diana
OLIVER. Apr. 30, 1799."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.


"On Thursday tahe 11th by Rev. CLARKSON, Mr. George Washington MCALLISTER
to Miss Catherine MCLEOD, dau. of the late Dr. Donald MCLEOD of
Savannah. Feb. 25, 1804."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.


"Thursday evening by Rev. KOLLOCK, Francis H. MCLEOD, Esq., to Miss
Maryann MILLEN, both of Savannah. Jan. 5, 1808."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.


Samuel FOWLER was sentenced last Friday to be hanged Saturday for, April
27th, for the murder of his wife. Apr. 25, 1799."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.


"In Savannah, Friday morning, Mr. John FOWLER, native of Ipswich, Mass.
Aug. 22, 1809."
THE REPUBLICAN & SAVANNAH EVENING LEDGER, 1809-1810.


"Oct. 29, 1821
On the 26th inst., Mr. John FOWLAR (sic) in his 29th year, a ntive of New
York. Had lived here several years."
THE DARIEN GAZETTE, 1818-1824.


"Feb. 2, 1884
Mr. James FOWLER'S step-son died of meningitis in Anderson, S. C.
recently.
THE SUN, Hartwell, Ga. 1881-1884.


"Mar. 29, 1884
Joe FOWLER was killed in Belton (S.C.) on night by a falling plank kiln."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Ga., 1881-1884.


"April 19, 1884
Mr. Martin FOWLER and Miss Evie BOWERS of this place were married a
short time since by the Justice of Peace."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Ga. 1881-1884.


"In Bibb County Thursday evening by Rev. CHRISTIAN, Mr. William
FOWLER of DeKalb County to Miss Martha WINBUSH. Oct. 29, 1835."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.


"On the 1st inst. by Rev. T. FOWLER, Mr. G. S. MORRIS to Miss Jane
WYLEY, both of DeKalb County. Dec. 24, 1839."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.


"On the 15th inst. by Rev. FOWLER at Yanghall in S. C., Thomas
U. P. CHARLTON, Esq. to Mrs. Ellen ST. LEDGER. Dec. 20, 1810."
THE REPUBLICAN & SAVANNAH EVENING LEDGER, 1809-1810.


"In Albany, Col. Edward MARTIN to Miss Sarah FOWLER, May 27, 1811.
(New York)"
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

Died in Macon on the 4th inst., Reubin TURNER, age 33 years, formerly
of Burke Co. but for several years past a resepctable and esteemed citizen
of that place.  Jan. 12, 1832."


"Another Revolutionary Soldier Gone! (heading). Died in Hancock County
Wednesday, 15th inst., Mr. Samuel TURNER, age 74 years. Moved from
Maryland to Ga. 1787 and settles the place where he died. Was among the
first to cross the Ogeechee River. Was a Rev. Soldier. Wife and 10 children.
For past 27 years a member of the Baptist Church. Jan. 22, 1834."


"Near Hillsborough, Jasper Co., on the 29th ult., Mrs. Caroline TURNER,
widow of Thomas TUNRER, late of Hancock County. Member of the Methodist
Church. Her Parents (unnamed) survive. Aug. 6, 1834."


"In Talbot County on 4th., Raleigh Holt TURNER, age 7 years, 4 mos.,
27 days, son of Dr. Thomas B. TURNER. May 19, 1835."


"In New Orleans on the 15th ult., Mr. Jacob P. TURNER, late of
Milledgeville. Dec. 4, 1835."


"At Ebenezer, Hancock County, May 19th, Mrs. Judith TURNER, consort of
Phillip TURNER in her 70th year. She was a native of Maryland but the
last 45 years a resident of Hancock County. Was converted in 1791 and
united with the Methodist Church in 1793. Aged husband. July 5, 1836."


"In Putnam Co., on the 12th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth TURNER, age about 72
years, consort of Jehu TURNER. She is survived by her aged husband and
a large family of children in Georgia and Alabama. Nov. 30, 1841."


"On the 2nd inst., at his residence in Warren County, Mr. George TURNER,
in his 70th year. Was a native of N.C. but had lived in Georgia many
years. Methodist. Wife and children. Oct. 18, 1842."


"Died on the 15th inst., at residence of Joseph TURNER, Esq., in Putnam
County, his wife Mrs. Rhoda TURNER in her 48th year. She had been a member
of the Methodist Church many years and was very pious. Aug. 28, 1816."


"On the 14th ult. at the home of Maj. Thomas KING near St. Marys, Dr.
Daniel TURNER, native of Rhode Island but for several years a resident
of St. Marys. Survived by amiable widow. Nov. 4, 1808."


"Mrs. Fannie TURNER, wife of Joseph TURNER, died on Feb. 13, on St.
Simons Island. Husband and three small children survive. March 9, 1812."

Yesterday evening, Mary (May) 2nd in his 22nd year, Mr. Joseph TURNER,
formerly of St. Simons Island but lately of Savannah. Funeral this P. M.
from his late residence at Mr. WHITE'S on Whitaker St. May 3, 1817."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

pg. 149
"At Beaufort, S. C. on the 28th inst. of the fatal prevailing fever in
South Carolina, Miss Lydia TURNER. She was born in Norfolk in England.
While living in Savannah she united with the Baptist Church and was a
member of that church in Beaufort. Oct. 4, 1817."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

pg. 240
"Mrs. Eliza Ann THOMAS (Ga) died at Mt. Zion, Hancock Co., Ga. (date not
shown)
She was consort of Rev. Micajah THOMAS and a dau. of Maj. James TURNER and was born in Wilkes Co., Ga., Jan 22, 1792. Her family moved to Clark Co. where she was reared. She died in her 50th year. Dec. 24, 1841."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1837-1842.

"April 9, 1881
Mrs. Mollie HUME, wife of sanford HUMe and dau. of William and Jane
TURNER of Elbert County. Died the 5th. She left two little daughters
and a step-son."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

"March 25, 1882
Married Rock Branch Church, Elbert Co. on Sunday Night 19th inst. Dr.
J. A. NEIGHBORS to Miss Lou A. TURNER."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

"Aug. 4, 1883
In 1847 Dr. J. L. TURNER rode horseback from Lincoln County, Georgia
to Texas over a portion of that state and back. (Note: he died Hartwell)."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

"April 12, 1884
Mr. T. M. TURNER, father-in-law of our Mr. John CHAPMAN and a prominent
citizen of Upper Elbert County died on Friday last."
THE SUN, Hartwell, Georgia, 1881-1884.

"In Clinton Thursday 29th ult., by Rev. Daniel DUFFIE, Dr. John TURNER
of Monroe County to Miss Eliza L. IVERSON of Clinton, June 5, 1830."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

"In Jasper County on the 14th inst., Mr. Thomas M. TURNER of Monroe
County to Miss Caroline Virginia RIVERS of Jasper County. Mar. 24, 1832."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

"Near LaGrange, Troup County, on 17th inst., by Rev. William H. STOKES,
Maj. William DOUGHERTY to Miss Achsach L., dau. of the late Boswell TURNER,
Esq. of Putnam County. Sept. 4, 1830."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"In Greene County on Thursday evening, 5th inst. (ult.?) by Rev. Tilman
D. PUERIFOY, Mr. Thomas TURNER, Jr., of Putnam County to Miss Lourana
CREDILLE, of Green County.  Jan. 1, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"On the 12th ult. by Rev. Allen TURNER, Mr. William WEST, merchant of Putnam
Co. to Miss Mary Frances Laura, youngest daughter of Maj. John PETIT,
late of Columbia Co., March 12, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"Thursday evening, 11th inst., at Phillip TURNER'S in Hancock County,
by Rev. KEY, Mr. Charles KNOWLES to Miss Mary BERRY, dau. of Mrs. Malinda
W. BERRY and granddaughter of Mr. Phillip TURNER, all of said county.
Dec. 30, 1834."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"Near Eatonton, Monday the 1st inst., by Thomas TURNER, Jr. Esq., Mr.
George W. YATES of Monroe County Miss Frances SLAUGHTER, youngest
daughter of Beverly SLAUGHTER, Esq. Jan. 4, 1838."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"On March 21st by Rev. Richard Q. LANE, Mr. William P. LYLE to the
accomplished Miss Mary P. TURNER, all of Troup County. Apr. 10, 1838."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"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.

"In Warren County on the 15th inst., W. W. PEEK, Esq. to Miss H. E.
TURNER, Oct. 24, 1843."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"Last Thursday evening, James D. LESTER of Baldwin County to the amiable
Miss MASON (sic) W. TURNER of Putnam County. June 19, 1816."
THE GEORGIA JOURNAL, 1814-1816.

"On Thursday evening Rev. BEST, Richard TURNER, Esq. Wilmington to Mrs.
Mary E. STEWART of Savannah.  Nov. 13, 1806."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820

"At King's Bay, Camden County on the 20th ult. by James SEAGROVE, Esq.,
Dr. Daniel TURNER to Miss Isabella KING, dau. of Maj. Thomas KING.
Aug. 27, 1807."
THE COLUMBIA MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1820.

"Rev. John P. DUNCAN of the Georgia Conference was married Thursday,
Oct. 31, 1837 by Rev. James TURNER, to Miss Amy Harriet BUSSY of
Lincoln Co. Nov. 17, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, 1787-1842.

On Sunday the 16th inst. in Walton County, Francies Elizabeth Bailey,
dau. only dau. of Eli S. and C. M. S. HILL, age 6 months, 24 days.
June 25, 1827."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844.

Nov. 25, 1882
We were informed yesterday of a remarkable case of longevity in the
person of Mr. W. H. BURDETTE who resides in Fork Township in this
county. Mr. BURDETTE was born July 15, 1776, eleven days after the
Declaration of American Independence and consequently has reached the
age of 106 years. He is still healthy and hearty, oldest man in the state.
Born Edgefield Co., S. C. and has resided in S. C. all his life.
(Anderson S. C. Intelligencer)"


"Sept. 15, 1883
"Married at residence of brides' mother on Aug. 30, 1883 by Rev. T. C.
LIGON, Mr. George BURDITT of Abbeville, S.C. and Miss M. J. PRICE. Mr. BURDETT has moved to Hartwell."

Dec. 24, 1881
Married on the 8th inst. by Rev. I. H. GOSS at the residence of Mr.
E. CASH, Mr. J. W. BOBO and Miss Emma CASH."
THE SUN, Hartwell, 1881-1884.

April 6, 1793.
On the night of the 2nd inst., Nathaniel Harrison CHURCHILL, Esq., a
promising young Atty-at-law of Augusta."
THE AUGUSTA CHRONICAL & GAZETTE OF THE STATE, 1790-1800.

Died in Liberty County, Samuel SALTERS, Thomas OSWALD, Robert SALLET. Dec. 9, 1790."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

In Twiggs County on the 11th inst., by James SOLOMON, Esq., Mr.
Lawrence JOINER to Miss Mary GLOVER. Feb. 20, 1830."
THE GEORGIA MESSENGER, 1825-1835.

"Married in Twiggs Co., Thursday 13th inst. by J. E. GLOVER, Esq.,
Dr. REUBIN A. NASH to Miss Mary HART. Mar. 24, 1828."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.


"By Rev. F. D. LOWRY, Thursday evening the 20th inst., Mr. John METHVIN to
Miss Mourning GLOVER, dau. of Kelly GLOVER, Esq., all of Twiggs
County. May 2, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.


"In Monticello, Wednesday evening 5th inst. by Rev. GEORGE, Mr. Thomas
Meriwether MATHEWS of Cahaba Ala. to Miss Ann GLOVER, dau. of Eli
GLOVER, Esq.  July 18, 1837."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"In Monticello on the 5th inst., Mr. Henry S. GLOVER to Miss Ann S.
REESE, dau. of Dr. David A. REESE of that place. Jan. 25, 1842."
THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1824-1844.

"Wednesday in Savannah, Thomas BAILEY, Atty-at-law, of Baltimore, Md.
Sept. 6, 1799."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

"On th 23rd ult. at her home on the head of Sapelo River, McIntosh County,
Mrs. Maryann BAILLY, age 63 years, relict of Robert BAILLEY, Esq., Dec'd.,
and only sister of of Gen. Lachlin MCINTOSH. She was born in same county
where she died and was the oldest native of this state. Her parents and
their followers were first settlers on the Altamaha or anywhere south
of Savannah. Dec. 3, 1803."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

"On Saturday, 24th inst., Miss Claudia(?) BAILLIE, dau. of the late
Mrs. Maryann BAILLIE of McIntosh County. Aug. 30, 1806."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

"At Riceboro, Monday the 17th inst., Miss Jane BAILLIE, dau. of the late
Mr. Robert BAILLIE. Apr. 27, 1809."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

"At White Bluff on 8th inst., Miss Sarah BAILLIE, late of McIntosh County.
Aug. 22, 1811."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH ADVERTISER, 1796-1812.

"On the 26th ult. in McIntosh Countym Mrs, Alecia BAILLIE, wife of John
BAILLIE, Esq. She was an affectionate wife and a kind relative. July 11,
1818."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

"At his residence in McIntosh County on the 22nd April last, John
BAILLIE, Esq., in his 55th year. He was known for his benevolence,
integrity and patriotism. June 8, 1820."
THE COLUMBIAN MUSEUM & SAVANNAH DAILY GAZETTE, 1817-1820.

"Died at Bellville, Liberty County on the 5th inst., Mr. George BAILLIE,
Jr., age 29 years. "He was early charged with the care of his mother
and her young family" etc. Apr. 21, 1791."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

"At Laurel Hill in McIntosh County on the 13th ult., Mrs. Hester Jane
BAILLEE, wife of Alexander BAILLEE, Esq. Sept. 11, 1794."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

"Yesterday morning here, Mr. THomas BAILEY, Atty-at-law of Yorktown,
Pa. Sept. 5, 1799."
THE GEORGIA GAZETTE, 1790-1802.

"At Riceboro, Monday 17th inst., Miss Jane BAILLIE, dau. of the late
Mr. Robert BAILLIE; highly esteemed. Apr. 25, 1809."
THE REPUBLICAN & SAVANNAH EVENING LEDGER, 1809-1810.

"Richard BAILEY, 92 years old, born in Lancaster District of S. C. but
moved to what is now Hart County. in 1845 and has lived here ever since."
THE SUN, Hartwell, 1881-1884.

"Jan. 14, 1882.
Married on Dec. 22, 1881 by Rev. S. B. Sanders, Mr. F. H. Steifles and
Miss. N. S. BAILEY."
THE SUN, Hartwell, 1881-1884.

"Aug. 16, 1884.
In Memoriam. Died on Aug. 2, 1884 at residence of Jehu BAILEY of Hart
Co., Ga., Mrs. Margaret N. MCCRANCY in her 66th year. Joined Baptist
Church in Lancaster County, S.C. in early womanhood."
THE SUN, Hartwell, 1881-1884.


Savannah, July 21.  Died.  Friday last, Mrs. MARY YOUNG, widow of Mr.
WILLIAM YOUNG.

    This morning, Mrs. BOLTON, wife of Mr. ROBERT BOLTON.  (both entries

Last Thursday evening died in the 33rd year of his age, the Hon. WILLIAM
YOUNG, Esq., a native of this province, Speaker of the Honorable Commons
House of Assembly, one of the Representatives for this Town and an Attorney
of his Majesty's General Courts.  His warm and natural love to his country
was crowned with honor...As Husband, Father, Friend and Master, few will
outshine him...(GG 1/24/1776, 3:1)

Savannah, May 30.  Died at Little Ogeechee, Mr. ISAAC YOUNG.  (GG
5/30/1799, 3:2)

Savannah, October 24.  Died.  On Monday, at Little Ogeechee, Mrs. YOUNG,
(Martha Bradley Young) widow of Mr. ISAAC YOUNG.  (Georgia Gazette
10/24/1799, 3:3)

Savannah, September 15.  died, on Tuesday morning last, Miss ANN CLAY
YOUNG, the only surviving child of Dr. JAMES BOX YOUNG.  (Columbia Museum
9/15/1797, 3:4)

Savannah, August 30.  Wednesday morning departed this life after a severe
illness, Doctor GOODWIN WILSON, an eminent practioner of medicine in this
city...To say that he was universally regretted is as far as this writer
dares to go...The citizens of this place are requested to attend his funeral
this morning at 10 o'clock from Dr. JAMES BOX YOUNG's, his co-partner.  (GG 8/29/1799, 3:2; CM 8/30/1799, 3:2)

Savannah, September 18.  died on the 22d of last month, in New Jersey, Dr.
JAMES BOX YOUNG.  By his death this city has lost a skilled physician and a
worthy member of society.  (GG 9/18/1800, 3:1; CM 9/19/1800, 3:1)


Savannah, March 19.  Deaths.  In Marion County, South Carolina, GEN.
FRANCIS MARION.

    In this city, Mrs. MARTHA YOUNG, widow of the late ISAAC YOUNG, Esq.

At his plantation near Augusta, Mr. BRITON DAWSON.  (all 3 entries from
same issue GG 3/19/1795, 3:2)

Savannah, March 25.  On Monday night last died, much lamented, MRS.
ELISABETH YONGE, wife of HENRY YONGE, Esq.  (GG 3/25/1767, 3:1)

Savannah, March 30.  On Sunday last in the evening, died in child-bed, MRS.
YONGE, the valuable consort of the Hon. HENRY YONGE, Esq., one of his
Majesty's council.  Her explemary conduct, as a faithful wife, an indulgent
mother, and a good Christian has rendered her loss greatly regretted by the
numerous family she has left behind her.  (GG 3/30/1774, 4:2)

Savannah, January 25.  Died.  Mrs. YOUNGE, wife of Dr. CHARLES YOUNGE.  (GG
1/25/1775, 2:1)

Savannah, December 20.  Also died in Savannah last Saturday, Dr. CHARLES
YOUNGE; and on Sunday, PHILIP BOX, Esq.  (RGG 12/20/1781, 1:2)

Savannah, January 24.  On Monday last died, in the 28th year of his age,
PHILIP YONGE, Esq., Surveyor General of this province, a Member of the
Commons House of Assembly, son to the Hon. HENRY YONGE, Esq.  Left a widow and four children...(RGG 1/24/1782, 3:1)

WILSON, Dr. GOODWIN:  JAMES BOX YOUNG, WILLIAM SMITH, ltrs admr.  (CM
2/11/1800, 4:2)

TELFAIR, JACOB:  Planter; Mary Telfair, ISAAC YOUNG, Admr. (GG 5/16/1770,
2:1)

GAY, THEODORE:  shopkeeper; JOHN POOLER, JAMES B. YOUNG, Esqrs., ltrs admr.
(GG 6/22/1798, 4:1)

WHITEFIELD, JAMES:  Martha Whitefield, Excrx.  (GG 3/3/1796, 2:1)
    JAMES JACKSON, JAMES B. YOUNG, Execs. Demands against estate of James
Whitefield or his late widow Martha.  (GG 8/25/1796, 2:1)

BAILLIE, THOMAS:  ISAAC YOUNG and David BRYDIE, Exec.  (GG 3/29/1775, 2:2)

SPENCER, JABEZ:  ISAAC YOUNG, Planter, ltrs admr.  (GG 11/15/1798, 3:3)

YONGE, HENRY, sen.:  Christiana Yonge, Abrm. Jackson, no further
information.  (Gazette of the State of Georgia, 12/15/1785, 2:2; 7/17/1788,
2:2)

*YONGE, PHILLIP:  property seized.  (Royal Georgia Gazette 5/23/1782, 2:1 &2)

YOUNG, ISAAC:  suit.  Martha Young, Excrx.  (RGG 8/29/1779, 4:3)

YOUNG, ISAAC:  Planter;  Mrs. Mary Ann M'Knight, ltrs admr.  (CM 3/27/1801,
2:1)

YOUNG, Dr. JAMES BOX:  Physician; Mrs. Elizabeth Young, widow, ltrs. admr.(CM 12/12/1800, 2:1)

YOUNG, Mrs. MARTHA:  Tax sale.  Mrs. Mary Ann McKnight, ltrs admr.  (GG 2/26/1795, 2:3; CM 2/11/1800, 4:1)

YOUNG, THOMAS:  Elizabeth Young, John Wallace, William Thomson, Owen Owens,Attornies for said Thomas Young.  (GSG 4/17/1788, 2:3)

 Elizabeth Young, Will. Gibbons, sen., Will & R. Mein, Thomas Young,
jun., Attornies.  (CM 7/10/1798, 3:5)

YOUNG, THOMAS:  Carpenter; John Pettibone, ltrs admr.  (CM 11/5/1802, 2:1)

YOUNG, WILLIAM:  Sophia Young, Admr.  (RGG 5/10/1781, 2:2)  Attorney at law; Sophia Young, Excrx, W. Stephens, Exec.  (GSG 1/19/1786, 2:2)

CLARK, JOHN:  THOMAS YOUNG, Esq., ltrs admr., on behalf of David and Marion
MILLIGAN as next of kin.  (GG 9/22/1796, 2:1)

FOX, JOHN:  Planter; THOMAS YOUNG & JOHN YOUNG NOEL, Esqrs., ltrs admr on
behalf of Mrs. HENRIETTA R. (B?) JONES, of island of New Providence, as
nearest of kin.  (CM 6/9/1797, 3:4)

GRAY, CAPTAIN JOHN:  property seized.  (GG 11/15/1764, 1:1)
JOHN GRAY, late of Frederica; JOHN DUNBAR, THOMAS YOUNG, JOHN SIMPSON,of Sunbury, ltrs admr. (GG 9/10/1766, 1:2)

SILSBY, DANIEL:  merchant; on 6 Aug 1791, ltrs admr to OWEN OWENS,
merchant, dismission.  (GG 6/9/1791, 2:1; 6/7/1792, 1:2)
 THOMAS YOUNG, ltrs admr.  (GG 6/21/1792, 2:2)


Savannah, August 25.  Died.  On Friday last, in this city, MRS. SUSANNAH MOORE, aged 53 years, relict of MR. WILLIAM MOORE.  (CM 8/25/1801, 3:4; gg 8/27/1801, 3:1)

Died.  Lately at Rock Landing, LIEUT. FOWLER, and at Beard's Bluff, LIEUT. MOORE, both of the Federal Troops.  (GG 10/21/1790, 1:3)

MOORE, Mrs. Catherine:  Margaret Eustace, Excrx, D. B. Mitchell, Exec. (GG 6/2/1791, 2:1)

MOORE, ANDREW:  Catherine Moore, Admx.  (RGG 1/24/1782, 4:2)

MOORE, ARRON:  William Moore, Exec. (GG 1/7/1790, 2:1)

MOORE, MRS.:  ...wharf belonging to the estate...(GG 4/8/1802, 4:2)

MOORE, FRANCIS:  John Moore of Effingham Co., ltrs admr as next of kin.  (GG 1/23/1794, 2:1)

MOORE, MAJOR FRANCIS:  Col. George Handley, ltrs. admr.  (GG 4/30/1789, 2:3)

MOORE, JACOB:  Liberty Co.; Nancy Moore, ltrs admr.  (GR &SI 12/27/1802, 2:1)

MOORE, James:  Joseph Miller, merchant, ltrs admr.  (GG 3/17/1796, 2:2)

MOORE, JAMES:  James Postell, Admr.  (CM 4/26/1796, 3:3; 6/10/1796, 3:4)

MOORE, John:  Effingham Co.,; On 2 April 1793, ltrs admr to William Moore, dismission.  (GG 2/21/1793, 1:2; 3/5/1795, 2:3)

MOORE, Philip: ...George Leitch of Nassau, New Providence, and Elizabeth his wife (daughter of James Edward Powell, deceased, wife of Thomas Shruder, after his decease to Philip Moore, father of James...(GG 4/25/1799, 4:3)

MOORE, Samuel:  writ of attachment against James Moore, land in St. George's originally granted to Samuel Moore, father of James...(GG 12/21/1774, 5:1)

MAUVE, Jane:  Widow; WILLIAM MOORE, wharfinger, ltrs admr.  (GG 9/27/1775, 3:1)

Savannah, November 25.  Died.  MRS. RICE, wife of Mr. Rice, ship carpenter.  MR. AARON MOORE.  (GG 11/25/1789, 3:1)

Savannah, March 22.  Died.  At his house near Augusta, MAJOR ANDREW MOORE of the militia.  (RGG 3/22/1781, 2:2)

Savannah, January 13.  Died.  MRS. CATHERINE MOORE, widow of ANDREW MOORE, Esq.  (GG 1/13/1791, 2:3)

Savannah, March 15.  Died on Thursday Evening last, JAMES MOORE, Edq., of the County of Chatham, a Gentleman, who distinguished himself by an early and active part in the struggle which secured independence to his country...(CM 3/15/1796, 3:3)

Savannah, June 30.  Died on Thursday last, in the bloom of life, DR. JAMES WEEMS MOORE, aged 23 years, a native of this place, lately returned from Philadelphia after two years.  Attended to his interment by the Chatham Artillery of which he was a member....a man who would have done honor to the profession for which he had been long qualifying himself.  As an affectionate son and brother...(CM 6/28/1796, 3:3; GG 6/30/1796, 3:2)

Savannah, September 29.  Died, at sea, on his way to New York for which place he had taken his passage on "Shepherdess", Capt. Duvall, when off Charleston, CAPT. JOHN MOORE, Esq., one of the Aldermen of this City, and Captain of the Light Infantry Company.  His corpse, returned by schooner "Polly", arrived early on Tuesday morning off Tybee and from thence was brought to town by pilot boat and in the evening was interred with military honors.  (GG 9/30/1797, 4:1; CM 9/291797, 3:3)

Charleston, March 28.  Died yesterday afternoon, CAPT. JOHN MOORE, of the sloop "Urbridge Packet".  (GG 4/9/1795, 3:1)

In New Providence, PHILIP MOORE, Esq. (GG 2/2/1792, 3:2)

BRUCE, JAMES:  Glynn Co.,; JAMES MOORE of St. Simons, Exec., in right of his wife, Elizabeth...(GG 7/25/1793, 1:2)

MORRIS, WILLIAM:  ELIZABETH MOORE, Excrx.  (GG 7/11/1765, 3:1)

POWELL, JAMES EDWARD:  Joseph Clay, ltrs admr.  (GG 7/9/1795, 2:1)
     George Leitch of Nassau, New Providence, and Elizabeth his wife (daughter of James Edward Powell, wife of Thomas Shruder, and after his decease to PHILIP MOORE, deceased)...(GG 4/25/1799, 4:3)

*ELLIOTT, HENRY:  Burke Co., Jacob Elliott, HENRY MOORE, ltrs admr. (CM 4/14/1801, 3:4)

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