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I Nov. 1, 1826-Deceased. 26, 1832.
Aug. 20, 1831: Married in Clinton, Mr. Thomas WARD, of Burke, to Miss
Emily C. CAIN.
Sept. 3, 1831: Sheriff's Sales; Crawford Co. At Knoxville, by
William B. FILES, Sheriff.: Lot 104, 6th District.,
property of Franklin MITCHELL and John
POWELL, fi fa of Stephen IVENS.
Sept. 10, 1831: Died in Talbot Co. by the accidental discharge of a
fowling piece which he was loading, Col. John P. BLACKMON, aged 46.
Sept. 17, 1831: Sheriff's Sale; Talbot Co: Lot 87, 15th District.,
Sept. 24, 1831: At Knoxville, Crawford Co. by Sarah UNDERWOOD and Luke
ROBINSON, Administrtors. Negro fellow, John, and a wench, Patsey, belonging to the
estate of William UNDERWOOD, deceased.
Admr.'s Sales. At Horry, Marion Co. by Mary and John WELLS,
Administrtors. Lots 9
and 12, 12th District., property. of Elijah Wells,
Guardian.'s Sale. At the Ct. House in Knoxville by Hiram WARNER,
2nd District., property. of the heirs of Core HOWELL,
Vol. V #40, Oct. 1, 1831: Tax Collector's Sales: At Knoxville,
Co. by William McGEE, T. C.
Lot 165, 2nd District. Crawford, property of John D. SMITH.
Lot 63, 1st District. Crawford, property of Giles WILKINS.
Lot 94, 8th District. Crawford, property of Nathan TANTON.
Lot 103, 13th District. Talbot, property of Elisha BROOKS.
Land, 7th District. Crawford, property of William DIGBY.
Sheriff's Sale: Crawford Co. At Knoxville, by John WHITTINGTON, .Sheriff.:
Lot 249, 2nd District., Lot 9, 3rd District., property of John W. ELLIS, fi fas, one of
A.R. FREEMAN, the other of John SOWELL.
Vol. V #44, Oct. 29, 1831: Died in Crawford Co., 14th inst., Mr. Ephraim
WHITTINGTON in his 72nd yr.
Admr.'s Sale. At the Court House in Talbotton, Talbot Co. by Charles
McCarthy, Admr. Lot 97, 24th District., and one negro woman, Harriet, belonging
to the estate of James McCARTHY, deceased.
Mary Ann BLACKMON applies to William B. GOSS, C.C.O., Talbot Co., for
Letters of Administrtor on the estate of John P. BLACKMON, deceased.
At the time, 20 newspapers are published in this state:
Athens - the Athenian
Augusta - Augusta Chronicle, Georgia Courier, and The Constitutionalist
Bainbridge - Georgia Reporter
Columbus - Columbus Enquirer, The Democrat
Macon - Macon Telegraph, Georgia Messenger, The Macon Advertiser &
Agricultural and Mercantile Intelligencer, Georgia Christian Repertory (a
McDonough - McDonough Jacksonian
Milledgeville - Georgia Journal, Southern Recorder, The Federal Union
Mount Zion - Hancock Advertiser
Savannah - Savannah Republican, Savannah Georgian
Warrenton - Rural Cabinet
Washington - Washington News
Tax Collector's Sale: Lot 249, 11th District., Crawford,
property of Marshett
Nov. 5, 1831: Married at the residence of Maj. Thomas FORD,
Thurs. evening, 27th by Rev. G. CAPERS, Mr. Turpin G. ATWOOD to Miss Elvira
ROGERS all of Jones Co.
Deceased. 3, 1831: Brought to Jail by W. B. FILES, Sheriff., Knoxville,
Crawford Co. Negro man, Jim, 25 or 30 yrs., belongs to the State, runaway
from the overseer of the public hands, working the roads between Flint and
the Chattahoochee River.
Sheriff's Sales: Crawford Co. At Knoxville, by W. B. Files, Sheriff.:
woman, Delpha, 20 yrs., property of Cogdell HAMILTON, fi fa of
James R. JONES.
Jan. 7, 1832: Walter STONE applies to William S. GOSS, C.C.O.,
Talbot Co., for Letters of Administrtor on the estate of Anson TOOLEY,
John R. CANNON applies to William S. Goss, C. C. O., Talbot Co., for Letters
of Administrator on the estate of Reuben TUCKER, deceased.
During the Fall and Winter more heads of families have been swept off than
we recollect in many yrs. There have been more cases of influenza in the
past 10 days than have taken place for a long time. Many families have had
or 8 sick at the same time. It is diseases worse than influenza which so
many of our more aged inhabitants have fallen victim. Richmond Compiler,
Sheriff's Sales: Crawford Co. At Knoxville, by William B. Files,
78, 1st District., property. of Thomas DAVIS, fi fa of Alexander KENNADY.
By John Whittington, Deputy .Sheriff.: Southwest part of Lot 215, 2nd
District., property of
Cynthia S. HAMNER, fi fa of the officers of the court of Crawford Co.
Feb. 11, 1832: Indian Removal, 29th December., 90 large wagons with
teams of 4 and 6 horses and oxen left this place, conveying the emigrating
Choctaw. One portion has about 550 emigrants under chief Col. Folsom.
are bond for the new Choctaw country. They will settle within 30 miles of
the western boundary line of this territory (Arkansas) on the waters of
Mountain and Glover Forks. Thousands more are preparing to emigrate.
other portion to convey another party to Kiamechia. The residue will
near Fort Smith. Arkansas Advocate, 4th ult.
Mar. 3, 1832: Married 22d ult. by Rev. James HENDERSON, Maj.
Benjamin LLOYD of Talbot Co., to Miss Naomi Ann, dau. of Cary COX, Esq. of
Mar. 31, 1832: Married 22d inst. by Rev. G. CAPERS, Col.
WIMBERLY, of Jones, to Mrs. Rebecca C. JAMESON, of Houston Co.died at the
residence of Mr. Wilson POPE, Clinton, Jones Co., Mr. Harvey H.
SQUIRE, born in Mass., aged 22.
Reuben ALDREDGE applies to William S. GOSS, C.C.O., Talbot Co., for Letters
of Administrtor on the estate of William BONNETT, late of AL, deceased.
Aug. 1, 1832: Tax Collector's Sale; At Clinton, Jones Co. by
Gideon MASON, T. C., Jones Co.
Lot 93, 5th District. Coweta, property. of Edwin BOWEN.
Land, property of John WYNANS.
Land, property of John H. McMATH.
Land, property of Benjamin HEATH.
Sept. 19, 1832: In Crawford Co., by Frederick SIMS, Esq., on
the 13th inst., Mr. Elisha A. HARRIS to Miss Caroline HICKS, daughter of
Robert Hicks, Esq., all of said county.
Guardian.'s Sales, At the Court House in Knoxville, Crawford Co. by W. L.
CLEMENTS, Guardian. Lot 151,1st District., sold for the benefit of the minors of
William McCOY, deceased., late of Jasper Co.
Application will be made by Cynthia R. ALLEN, Admnx., for leave to sell a
house and lot of land in Clinton, and Lot 263, 3rd District. Coweta,
Harris ALLEN, deceased.
Sept. 25, 1832: David A. PERRYMAN applies to William S. GOSS,
C. C. O., Talbot Co., for Letters of Administrator on the estate of Peter DAVIS,
17 Sept 1846
Andrew J. White and Reuben H. White appiles for letters of dismission from
estate of Maxfield H. Williford,
signed William A. Cobb C. C. O.
24 Sept 1846
Upson Co. 10 Sept.. Capt. Joseph Wheaton, at an advanced age, native of
Providence R. I. for many years a resident of this county....
William W. Hardy files for letters of dismission from estate of Charles
Roland Bivins, George W. Bivins and Pemberton West applies for letters of
administrator. on the estate of Samuel Bivens.
signed E. G. Cabaniss C. C. O.
1 Oct. 1846
Property of Virginia Cox, minor, sold for her benefit.
F. M. White, guardian
Lot # 186/9District...property of Stephen R. Ham in favor of of Warren
signed Calvin Leary, Sheriff..
8 Oct. 1846
Property of Edward Swinney, Signed Eason B. Swinney, administrator
Property of Margaret Mann
Hiram T. Mann Guardian.
Died;; Houston Co. 1 Oct. Malcolm T. Gilbert age 28 Left widow and 2
15 Oct. 15
11 Oct. by Rev. Crumly Ainsley , H. Wyche to Miss Harriot Sullivan.
14 Sept ,at the residence of James D.Gilmer, in Bossier Parish LA. by
J. C. G. Key Esq. Andrew Lanson Esq. of Minden, Claiborne Parish to
E. W. Shotwell of Nacogdoches Co. Tx.
Monroe co. 21 Sept. Roger MacCarthy age 88. Native of Ireland, but has
resided in this state for the last 50 years...
Bridgeport, Conn.1 Oct. Fordyce Wrigley age 43,a native of Spencer
Mass., but a resident of this city for the last 15 years
22 Oct. 1846
Houston co. by Rev. Edward T. McGehee, James A. Stubbs to Miss Mary Julia
Died; 19 Oct. Andrew Rainey age 48.
Property of Solomon Baker
Robert V. Hardeman
29 Oct. 1846
Died. James Goddard esq. Greenfield, Mass..19 Oct. Our most valued
Died..25 Oct. age 37..Abraham P. Patrick esq. Native of NC. 18 years a
resident of this town.
Died 24 Oct. John Rose age 66..formerly of Jones Co.
Died..20 Oct. at the residence of Judge Pearce Upson Co. George
Lot # 167/9 District..
Property of Jessee Stallings in favor of James
B. Hooton John H. Blounts
Lot # 172 5 District.
Property of John H. Wright in favor of Thomas
King. Sarah J. Wright .sec.. levy made by David Reid, Calvin
Died..29 Oct. Mrs. Elizabeth Wadsworth age 44,wife of Daniel
Wadsworth leaving 3 small children. Also on same day a daughter. age 2
William Deveaux for coroner election Jan. next.
5 Nov. 1846
Property of David Jones, deceased. signed.. Eliaz Jones, administrator
Property of Jesse B. Drew. signed.. Charles H. Walker, administrator
Property of Jeremiah W. Williams signed John S. Williams.
Property of John Rawls.. signed.. Charles E. Taylor ..Caroline M. Rawls.
Property of Hillory Hasty signed Joel Horne. administrtor.
12 Nov. 1846
Houston Co. Grand Jury
Benj. H .Rutherford
John J. Forsyth
Andrews H. Smith
James A. Bryan
James T. Davis
John E. Dennard
George R. Clayton
Isaac C. West
Matthews H. Means
Charles R. Law
Hugh L. Dennard
William H. Miller, Clerk...
R. H. McCune Solicitor General
Property of Thomas Lowe
signed Elisha Davis administrator
Property of Noah Golding
signed Eason Smith administrator.
Knoxville Academy, Crawford County
George R. Hunter
G. J. Green
L. F. Hicks
John L. Woodward
Property of Thomas M. Mann
signed Sarah T. Mann admx.
26 Nov. 1846
Property of Timothy Matthews signed T. M. Furlow, agent for Martha
3 Deceased. 1846
25 Nov. 1846, by Rev. Hooker, Allen Flemming to Miss Elizabeth
Died..13 Nov. John R. Hayes age 39..In Thomas County formerly of this
Died 28 Nov. Milledgeville, Capt. William F. Scott, and old and highly
A tract of land adj. Martin B. Daniel, property of Leonard T. Doval in
favor of Mc Dade Dannelly.
One Jersey wagon .property of William D. Cobb in favor of Henry
Signed Samuel Caraway, D. Sheriff..
10 Deceased. 1846
Married;; 8 Deceased. by Rev. J. R. Kendrick.. M. R. Rogers to Miss M. E. Ledden.
Married..1 Deceased. by William Bateman, esq. Dr. John W. Walker to
Lucinda C. Culpepper, all of Houston Co...
Married..26 Nov. by Rev. W. H. Hebbard...Elias Mims, esq...to Miss Georgia
A. R. Rick all of Houston co..
William S. Coalson
Married: 9 Deceased. by J. R. Kendrick, Robert L. Mims, of Houston co. to Miss
S. A. F. Gilbert, Bibb Co.
Columbus.25 Nov....John Hunter, age about 65..formerly a resident of this
city and of Savannah.
Clark co...27 Nov...Maj. Jacob Wood, age 78...a prominent member of the
Macon Co., Al. Isaac T. Cushing age 69 formerly of Milledgeville.
[listing only, no date ]
Leon Co. Fl. Major John Hardin, age 75, formerly of Twiggs Co. GA.
Savannah..5 Deceased. Joseph Cumming one of the oldest merchants of that
Laurens Co. GA.
Justices of Inferior Court
F. M. Rowe
24 Deceased. 1846
Married, by Rev. S. G. Bragg, Henry Daniels to Miss Josephine Tissereau..
Died....21 Deceased. John Barr,a native of England, age about 50....
Property of George W. Maddox...signed E. A. Pearce, administrator
31 Deceased. 1846
Married...22 Deceased. 1846..by Rev. Hooker. Elijah A. Bradley to Miss
Catharine H. Cutter
24 Deceased. Col. S. M. Baldwin age 37.
29 Deceased. Dr. James Wood age about 44.Native of Charleston SC.
All persons are hereby notified not to make any contracts with my
wife, Sarah Ann E. Willingham, as I will not be responsible..
signed John B. Willingham Upson Co.
Lot # 58/2District..property of Thomas V. Youngblood in favor of John
Lot # 147/2District property of Levi Barfield in favor of Brittain and
signed Thomas Dixon, Sheriff
Lot # 186/9 District.
Property of Stephen R. Ham in favor of Warren
E. Sandres, Allen Buzbee, security.
Calvin Leary, Sheriff
14 Jan. 1847
Married Lumpkin, Stewart Co.
31 Deceased. by Rev. Joseph T. Talley,
B. Kendrick, of Stewart Co.
and Mrs. Sarah M. Patton, of Macon...
Married, Dooly Co. 17 Jan...by
Narrel R. Trulock, esq
Dr. B. C. M. Raiford of Travellers Rest
Amelia, dau of Rev. Benjamin Webb.
Died...Twiggs Co. 16 Jan. Henry Solomon esq. age 54...
22 Jan in Vineville
Mrs. Martha W. Bailey wife of Samuel
T. Bailey, eldest daughter of Hon. Christopher B. Strong.
Benjamin C. H. Evans M.D. son of John
P. Evans, formerly of Rochester NH age 26
50 acres,10 District. .now occupied by Nathaniel Cobb and John
M. Calhoun property of of William D. Cobb in favor of Henry
signed Alexander Pace, Sheriff
property of Thomas Moore in favor of William
Pinkard, Peter Wiley, security
signed Calvin Leary Sheriff.
January 31, 1827
DR. BUCHANAN has located himself in MACON; where he may be found as a
Died- At Augusta. Mr. Benjamin T. DAYCHING in the 53d year of his age.
Sale of Lots in Macon, on Monday the 19th February next, at Auction on the
ABNER WIMBERLY, WILLIAM HAMILTON, JAMES SMITH, PLEASANT PHILLIPS,
OLIVER H. PRINCE
By his Excellency, GEORGE M. TROUP
Official Information has been received that on Monday, 16th Day of October
last, SAMUEL STEVENS of the County of TWIGGS, in this State, did stab and
wound Jacob GILDER, of the County aforesaid, of which wound GILMER has
died since. The said STEVENS has abandoned a two hundred dollar reward to any person or person to deliver him to the
Sheriff of the County aforesaid.
G. M. TROUP.
On of before the 25th day of December 1826, I promise to pay JAMES CRAWLEY
five-hundred dollars, for value received, this 25th day of March 1826.
THOMAS R. BOND.
GEORGIA- Pike County
Personally came before me JOHN SESSIONS, duly sworn
saith the original note of which is above a copy, as near as he can recollect
is lost or mislaid.
Wednesday, February 7, 1827
Notice. Will be sold on the 2d of March next, all the personal property of
JEREMIAH THOMSON deceased.-Terms made known on day of sale.
Thomas B. GORMAN Admír - Forsyth
Deaths- In Augusta, on the 19th ult. Mrs. NANCY McCARY consort of BENJAMIN
JAMES FINIGAN- Coach, house, sign and ornamental Painter in vicinity of
February 14, 1827
Branch Bank of Darien, Macon Jan. 31, 1827, SCOTT CRAY, Cashier
Fifty Dollar Reward.
Whereas sometime ago Jemimah Armwood, a free mulatto woman, for the sum of
two hundred dollars ( in enable her to purchase her husband named Richard, or
more commonly called Dick Youngblood) bound three of her girls, named
Teena and Dorcas, to me to serve as indentured servants a Reward of twenty
dollars will be paid for apprehending the said JEMIMAH, her husband Dick,
Becky, Teena and securing them in any jail, or fifty dollars to deliver them
to me in the Augusta jail. JOHN GUIMARIN
March 5, 1827
Col. FIELDS W. ARNOLD of MADISON Ga. to Miss ANN MARIA
Mr. Patrick Bradley to Miss Mary Ann Mills.
In Pulaski County, on the 2d ult.
Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of JAMES BRACEWELL
In Hancock County, JESSE WARREN Sr. in the 79th year of his age.
In Baldwin County , 18th ult. Jesse SANFORD esq. in the 64th year of his age.
and on the 23d
Martha G. Sandford, his wife in the 58th year of her age.
William V. White, Sheriff of Pike County.
From the Macon Telegraph
October 1, 1864
On Wednesday, 21st inst. a small LEATHER RETICULE,
with broken chain. It contained one one-hundred
dollar bill, one fifty dollar bill, and several
small bills, and a small watch key, and $1.25 in
silver, which are valued as mementos. Also a letter
addressed to Mr. James J. Pryor, which was afterward
dropped in the Post Office, probably by the finder
of the Reticule. A liberal reward will be paid for
the Reticule and contents if left at:
Mitchel & Smith
Macon, Sept. 30, 1864
October 1, 1864
NOTICE TO THE CITIZENS OF TWIGGS COUNTY
Having received orders to impress one fourth of all
the male slaves of the county, between the ages of
18 and 50 (whether able-bodied or not) for the
completion of the fortifications around the city of
Macon, you are hereby requested to meet me either at
Bullard's Station on the 5th of October
next, in the morning, or at Macon in the evening of
that day, with your quotes. It is hoped that each
one will be prompt, as I shall be obliged to impress
your slaves if you do not come upon that day.
Enroller of slaves of Twiggs Co.
Sep. 29, 1864
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