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BRANTLEY, EDWARD - Born March 14, 1806, son of James and Elizabeth Brantley Brantley, died on March 31, 1888. Married Sarah Patterson, born Jan. 10, 1818, died Oct. 26, 1888, dau. of Joel and Sarah__atterson; Children: Elizabeth (b. 1838, d. 1905, m. James R. Vickers); Moses Harris (b. 1840, d. 1862, m. Pearcy A. Braswell); Rhoda Rachel (b. 1842, m. William S. Cobb); James Knox Polk (b. 1844, d. 1860-1870); Martha (b. 1846, m. John Burris, William S. Morris); Celia, (b. 184 ; Nancy M. (b. 1853, m. James W. Lafarve); Mary Frances (b. 1855, m. Augustus H. Lawrence, Silas Shirey.) Washington, p. 379, 1850 Washington # 143, 1840 Washington 91st p. 214.

BRANTLEY, HARRIS - Born ca. 1785, son of Joseph Brantley, Sr., died on Feb. 29, 1852, m. __________ca. 1808, Children: Nancy (b. 1809, d. 1873, m. Thomas A. Irwin, Kinchen W. Massey); Jeptha (b. 1810, d. 1856, m. Zilpha Boatright); William (b. 1812, d. after 1870, m. Rebecca Young?; Mary b. 1823, d. bef. 1870, m. John Fisher); m. on April 4, 1841 to Permelia Boatright Bridges, born ca. 1805, died after 1860, dau. of George Boatright; Children: James Harris (b. 1842, d. 1922, m. Jane Orr.) Washington, p. 379, 1850 Washington # 851, 1840 Washington 95th, p. 198, 1830 Washington p. 240 or 256.

BRANTLEY, JAMES - Born ca. 1772, in Tar River, North Carolina, son of Joseph Brantley, Sr., died Aug. 27, 1852, married Elizabeth Brantley (b. ca. 1775, d. ca. 1816-27), dau. of John and Elizabeth Marsh Brantley; Children: John Franklin (1803-1872, m. Lucinda Barlow); Edward (1806-1888, m. Sarah Patterson); James Jr. (1811 - _____, m. Catherine ______, m. Winnefred Cunningham Logan). May have married a second time to Mary _____. Washington, p. 379, 1850 Washington # 807, 1840 Washington, 91st, p. 215, 1830 Washington p. 240.

BRANTLEY, JAMES, JR. - Born ca. 1811, m. Catherine _____, Children: William (b. 1833, m. Nancy A. Sweat), Mary (b. 1835, m. Richard F. Collins), Martha (b. 1837, m. Jacob Tyson), Hannah (b. 1842, m. Phillip D. Logan); Elizabeth (b. 1846, m. Edward Brantley Ely); Agnes (b. 1849); Elijah Solomon (b. 1852, m. Annie E. Sellars), married second on July 29, 1859 to Winnefred Cunningham Logan, b. ca. 1822, died after 1880, dau. of Thomas Cunningham; Children: John Cooper, b. 1848, m. Malissa Page, dau. of John Allen and Judy Page, Martha A. Page, dau. of Joseph Page, Rebecca Herndon); Nancy Ann M. (b. 1860, m. Charlie Ricks), Winnefred (b. 1862, m. _____ Kight); Celia Ann Delilah (b. 1866, m. Jeptha L. Morris); Cinderella R.V. (b. 1867, m. Tim T. Moore, Kennel Wicker); James H. (b. 1869, m. ______ Smith). Washington, p. 379, 1840 Washington 91st, p. 213, 1850 Washington # 178.

BRANTLEY, JAMES M. - Born 1811 inGeorgia, son of John and Elizabeth King Brantley, married on March 2, 1841 in Washington County to Mahala Young, born 1824/5 in Georgia; Children: Thomas, Elizabeth, William W., Robert N., Mahala, James F., Eliza. 1860 Johnson # 27, Washington Records, p. 87.

BRANTLEY, JEPTHA - Born in 1810, son of Harris Brantley, died in 1856, married Zilpha Boatright, born ca. 1819; Children: Catherine, Mary, James H., Susan E., Charles, et al. 1850 Washington, # 118, 1840 Washington 97th, p. 232.

BRANTLEY, JOHN - Born ca. 1782, son of Joseph Brantley, Sr., died ca. 1830, married Elizabeth King; Children: James M. (b. 1811, d. 1883, m. Mahala Young, Nancy Smith); John F. (b. ca. 1822, d. ca. 1862, married Nancy Young, Mary Winnefred Sheppard). Washington, p. 379.

BRANTLEY, JOHN FRANKLIN - Born on Sept. 27, 1803, son of James and Elizabeth Brantley Brantley, died on Oct. 15, 1872., married Lucinda Barlow (b. March 22, 1811, d. May 14, 1865, dau. of William and Eady Barlow): Children: James Lafeyette (b. 1828, d. 1916, m. Rebecca Young); female child; William Thomas (b. 1834, Sgt. Co. H, 28th Ga. Inf., d. 1920, m. Anna E. Bridges); Benjamin Harris (b. 1835, Pvt. Co. H, 28th Ga. Inf. d. Oct. 5, 1862, m. Elmina Rebecca Smith); Martha Melinda (b. 1838, d. 1892, m. Elisha Peacock); George Moulton (b. 1841, d. 1923, 5th Sgt. Co. A. 28th Ga. Inf. m. Permelia Bridges); Edith Matilda (b. 1843, d. 1907, m. Jesse Braswell); Joseph Daniel (b. 1845, d. 1900, Pvt. Co. H, 28th Ga. Inf., m. Nancy Massey, Almerinta Cowart, Beulah Haddock); Celia Permelia (b. 1848, d. 1929, m. Gene W. Hartley), Mary Eliza (b. 1850, d. 1922, m. Robert W. Young). Washington, p. 379, 1850 Washington # 181, 1840 Washington 91st, p. 214, Conf. Roster III, p. 361,409.

BRANTLEY, JOSEPH - Born 1770/1780, 1797/8 Landowner, 1797 Jurymember, 1804 Jurymember, 55th, Landowner 55th Mont. Co. 1805/06/11/12. 1820 Emanuel p. 84, 1830 Emanuel 55th, p. 167, 1840 Emanuel 55/31, Montgomery, p. 44, 49, 74.

BRANTLEY, JOSEPH, SR. - Born ca. 1745 in North Carolina, probably a son of Benjamin Brantley, died ca. 1814 in Washington County. Children: Joseph, Jr., James, Thomas, John, Spencer, and Harris. May have been the father of Elizabeth Brantley Duty? Washington, p. 378.

BRANTLEY, JOSEPH, JR. - Born ca. 1769, son of Joseph Brantley, Sr., married Martha Brantley, born ca. 1773, dau. of John and Elizabeth Marsh Brantley, she died before 1811. Children: Hannah (1795-1867, m. William Green Peacock); Celia (1797 - 1860); Arsenia (1801-died b. 1870, m. Rev. Isaac Smith), Edwin (1803-1856, m. Mary _______). Washington, p. 378, 1850 Washington # 745.

BRANTLEY, SPENCER - Born ca. 1784, son of Joseph Brantley, Sr., died on April 30, 1861, married ca. 1815 to Joanna Logan, b. 1872, d. ca. 1862, dau. of Phillip Logan; Children: Joseph (b. ca. 1808, died aft. 1870, married Nancy W. ______); Mary (b. 1811, d. 1884, m. William Wommack); Spencer, Jr. (b. 1824, Pvt. Co. H, 28th Ga. Inf., d. Aug. 1862), Arsenia (b. 1825, d. aft. 1860, m. William Smith); John J. (b. 1828, Pvt. Co. H, 28th Ga. Inf., d. June 17, 1862, m. Nancy Brantley). Washington, p. 379, 1850 Washington # 184, 1840 Washington 91st, p. 214, Conf. Roster III, p. 409.

BRANTLEY, THOMAS - Born ca. 1780, son of Joseph Brantley, Sr., died before 1856, married Martha Young, b. ca. 1784, died 1861-1878, dau. of William and Elizabeth Young; Children: Male (b. ca. 1804); Female (b. ca. 1806); Female (b. ca. 180 ; Nancy (b. 1810, m. Middleton Pool); Emeline (b. 1812, m. George F. Brantley, Pvt. Co. H, 28th Ga. Inf.); William (b. 1816, d. bef. 1860, married Eliza Brantley); Thomas J. (b. 1819 died ca. 1863, m. Sarah Hartley); Jesse M. (b. 1820, d. 1876, m. Mary E. Smith); James S. (b. 1821, Pvt. Co. H, 28th Ga. Inf., d. 1883 m. Siney Hartley, Nancy Smith); Benjamin (b. 1824, d. ca. 1864, m. Elizabeth Jenkins); Martha (b. 1828, m. Wiley A. Wommack); John Harris (b. 1831, d. ca. 1863, m. Julia A. Cunningham.) Washington, p. 379, 1850 Washington # 749, 804, 1840 Washington 91st, p. 214, Conf. Roster III, p. 361,408,409.

BRANTLEY, WILLIAM - Born in 1816, son of Thomas and Martha Young Brantley, died before 1860, married Eliza Brantley, born in 1816 in North Carolina; Children: Mary A.A., (born ca. 183 ; Nancy R. (born ca. 1841); Julian (born ca. 1843), Ann E. (born ca. 1843); Matilda (born ca. 1845); Celia (born ca. 184 , et al. 1850 Washington # 180, 1840 Washington 91st, p. 213.

BRASWELL, ARTHUR - Born ca. 1800 in Robeson County, North Carolina, son of William and Susan (Gordon?) Braswell, died ca. 1867-1870, married 1st ca. 1820 to Patience Pearce, born ca. 1800, daugther of Phillip Pearce and Patience Oliver, moved to Wilkinson County, ca. 1820, moved to Washington County, ca. 1821; married second to Nancy Rebecca Cox, widow of Benjamin Forbes, on July 22, 1863; Children: Sarah (b. ca. 1822, m. 1-16-1849, John Jones); Timothy Arthur (b. ca. 1823); William M. (b. 8-18-1825, d. 12-9-1873, m. 2-10-1852, Eliza Adaline Cox); Asa Gordon (b. 1-11-1827, d. 5-2-1862, m. 1843, Jane Ellen Bridges); Jesse Burch (b. 8-21-1829, d. 8-10-1895, m. 6-16-1860, Eady M. Brantley); child of Arthur and Nancy: Elizabeth (b. ca. 1865, m. 12-31-1882 to Robert Fortune). 1840 Washington 91st p. 213.

BRASWELL, ASA GORDON - Born on January 13, 1827 in Washington, County, son of Arthur and Patience Pearce Braswell, Tax Commissioner, Washington County, 1856 - 1857, State Representative, 1857-58, Road Commissioner, 1857, founder of Indian Hill School, 1861, Elected Jr. 2nd Lt. of Co A of the 28th Ga. Inf., C.S.A.; died on May 2, 1862 between Richmond and Yorktown, Virginia, buried in the Peacock Cemetery, Washington County, married in 1843 to Jane Ellen Bridges, born January 7, 1823, a daughter of Blake Bridges and Pearcy Peacock, on Oct. 31, 1869, she married for a second time to Thomas Harrison, who died in the 1870s, they had no children. She died on March 9, 1905 and is buried in the Peacock Cemetery, Washington Co. Children of Asa Gordon Braswell and Jane Ellen Bridges: Pearcy Ann (b. Feb. 20, 1844, d. Jan. 12, 1919, m. Moses H. Brantley, Thomas Green Smith, Asa Conway); John Arthur (b. Jan. 6, 1846, d. March 3, 1929, m. Elmina Smith Brantley), George M. (b. Dec. 10. 1848, d. ca. 1850); Elizabeth E. (b. May 31, 1853, d. Jan. 8, 1926, m. William Morgan Smith); Timothy Jordan (b. Dec. 22, 1854, d. Jan. 18, 1927); Sally A.J. (b. Dec. 22, 1854, died as an infant); Martha Jane (b. Oct. 13, 1857, d. Feb. 9, 1928, m. Joseph Jonathan Smith); Annie L. (b. Nov. 30, 1859, d. Oct. 15, 1867); Susan Gordon (b. Dec. 29, 1862, d. Aug. 14, 1880); V.G.E. (b. Dec. 29, 1862, died as an infant.) 1880 Washington 92nd G.M. Dist, Conf. Roster III, p. 360.

BRASWELL, JESSE BURCH - Born on Aug. 21, 1829, in Washington Co., son of Arthur Braswell and Patience Pearce, died Aug. 10, 1905, buried in Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Wash. Co., married on June 16, 1860 to Edith Matilda Brantley, (b. Aug. 4, 1841, d. Feb. 29, 1907, dau. of John Franklin Brantley and Lucinda Barlow); Children: John W. (b. ca. 1862, m. Frances Victoria Morris); Sallie A.L. (b. ca. 1865, m. Zachariah Smith, Newton Jordan); Timothy Arthur (b. 1868, m. Sallie Jones [8-11-1905], Susie Deal); Jesse Gordon (b. 3-18-1870, m. on Feb. 7, 1905 on Fannie Mildred Braswell); Rebecca Patience (b. 5-15-1874, d. 9-10-1905, m. Luther Smith); Dr. Benjamin Darius (b. 6-17-1876, d. 6-24-1908, m. 12-21-1904, Carrie Pughsley); George Washington (b. 3-22-1879, d. 3-28-1950, m. 8-4-1909 to Saphronia Agnes Cowart); Thomas Jefferson (b. 2-28-1882, d. 5-29-19-1964, m. Annie Mae Rowland, Ola Ussery, Addie Cannon, Bessie Bell Collins); Rosa Lee (b. ca. 1887, d. 1915, m. ______ Camp).

BRASWELL, TIMOTHY - Born ca. 1823 in Washington County, son of Arthur Braswell and Patience Pearce; wife unknown, children: William A. (b. ca. 184 , Matthew M. (b. ca. 1850).

BRASWELL, WILLIAM M. - Born on Aug. 18, 1825 in Washington County, son of Arthur Braswell and Patience Pearce, died on Dec. 9, 1873, buried in Peacock Cem., Washington Co., married on Feb. 10, 1852 to Elizabeth Adeline Cox, born 1831, Washington Co., Children: Nancy Elizabeth (b. ca. 1852, m. Newton Martin); Robert H. (b. ca. 1854, m. Fannie C. Bland); Jesse Arthur E. (b. 7-11-1857, d. 1-22-1929, Scotland, Ga., m. 3-1876, Nannie Penelope Sellers); Sarah (b. ca. 1861, m. Amos Fennel); Louise (b. ca. 1866, m. Robert Tarpley); William (b. ca. 1869, died young, never married); John (b. ca. 1871, m. Bessie Cox). Marriage Book B, page 15, Wash. Co.,

BRIDGES, ALEXANDER - Born ca. 1825, son of Silas and Permelia Boatright Bridges, married Nancy Moulton Bridges, born Nov. 26, 1825, in Washington County, dau. of Blake and Pearcy Peacock Bridges; married second to Mary Jane Duggan (b. 1854, d. 188 , married third to Ava Youngblood Waters (b. 1884, d. 192 ; Pvt. Co. E, 12th Ga. Batallion, C.S.A.; Children: Permelia Sessions (b. 7-28-1845, d. 10-3-1934, m. George Moulton Brantley on Feb. 14, 1864); Annie Eliza (b. 12-17-1847, d. 11-12-1916, m. Thomas "Booky" Brantley on June 16, 1865); Jane Ellen (Jency) (b. 1850, d. 1946, m. Benjamin Sumner and Daniel Rudloph Wommack; Artimessia (b. 1862, d. 1933 m. Benjamin Darius Joiner); Moulton Edwin (b. 6-7-1853, d. 9-11-1932, m. millie Anna Wood, Elizabeth Cowart, Frances Wood, and Elizabeth J. Diekel); Margia Ann (b. 2-11-1855, d. 1928, m. William Lucian McMillan); Almedia Ann (b. 3-5-1858, d. 12-24-1925, m. Dec. 1881, William Thomas Brantley; Georgia Elizabeth (b. 6-15-1860, d. 1940, m. Isaac L. Joiner); John Irwin J. (b. 7-2-1862, d. 1940, m. Annie E. Batchelor); Children by second wife: James Harris (b. 5-12-1888, d. 1968, m. Addie Collins); Children by third wife:Adel (b. 1891, d. 1940 m. Cleon Hodges); Mable (b. 1894, m. Feliz Andrew Shealy); Jenny Vema (b. 1897, d. 1981 m. Julius Leon Brantley); Alexander, Jr., died young. Washington, p. 381, 1870 Washington, p.9, 93rd GMD.

BRIDGES, BLAKE - Born ca. 1780 in Johnston County, North Carolina, son of Benjamin Bridgers, Jr. and his wife Rebecca _______, died ca. 1835. He married Pearcy Peacock, dau. of John and Edith Peacock, April 14, 1826, probably buried in the Peacock Cemetery, Washinton County. Children: Edith (b. Feb. 16, 1818, d. 1853, m. Joseph M. Sumner); Rebecca (b. Feb. 22, 1822, died on Feb. 22, 1822); Jane Ellen (b. Jan. 7, 1823, d. March 9, 1905, m. Asa Gordon Braswell); Nancy (b. Nov. 26, 1825, d. July 5, 1855, m. Alexander Bridges), et al., Washington, p. 381.

BRIDGES, SILAS - Born ca. 1790 in Johnston County, North Carolina, son of Benjamin and Rebecca Bridgers, m. Permelia Boatright, (b. 1804, dau. of George Boatright, d. ca. 1855), she married second to Harris Brantley, son of Joseph Brantley); Children: Alexander (b. 1825, m. 1-2-1844 to Nancy Bridges); Edwin (b. 1825, m. Lilliburn Wright); Mary Margiann (b. 1831, m. 1846 to Isaac L. Smith, b. 1825, d. 1889); Almedia (b. 1832, m. Green R. Roberson). Washington, p. 381, 1830 Washington, p. 240.

BRIDGES, WILLIAM - Born ca. 1780s in Johnston County, North Carolina, son of Benjamin and Rebecca Bridgers, Mary (Livingston?); Lived in Laurens County, Georgia (Buckeye District). Laurens 1830, p. 12.

BROWN, SAMUEL - Born ca. 1790 - 1800. 1840 Washington 89th, p. 222.

BRUMFIELD, JAMES - 1804 Jurymember, 56th Mont. Co.. Montgomery, p. 49.

BURNS, ANSFORD - Born ca. 1790-1800. 1840 Washington 91st, p. 214.

BURNES, JAMES - Born ca. 1795 in North Carolina, married Mary _______, born ca. 1812, Children: Julia A.C. (b. ca. 1837); Pleasant T. (b. ca. 1842); William T. (b. ca. 1844); Jordan M. (b. ca. 1847); Mary A. (b. 1850). 1840 Washington 89th, p. 222, 1850 Washington # 167.

BUSH, JAMES - Born 1812/3 in Georgia, married Sealy _______, born 1815/6 in Georgia; Children: James, John, Louisa, William H., May C., Martha, George W. (m. Alles _____), Thomas, Ella, Viney. 1860 Johnson # 43, 1870 Johnson # 245, 1880 Johnson # 175.

CALDWELL, CHARLEY Y. - Born Landowner 55th Mont. Co., 1811/2. Montgomery, p. 74.

CALHOUN, ALLEN - Born ca. 1800 - 1810. 1840 Washington 89th, p. 222.

CALHOUN, JAMES -1804 Jurymember 55th. Montgomery, p. 49.

CALHOUN, JOHN - 1804 Jurymember, 55th, Landowner 55th Mont. Co. 1805/6, Montgomery, pp. 49, 65.

CALHOUN, JOSEPH - 1797/8 Landowner, 1804 Jurymember, 55th, Landowner 55th Mont. Co. 1805/6, Land Lottery Winner, 1805. Montgomery, pp. 44, 49, 57, 65.

CALHOUN, ORRA - Female, born ca. 1790 - 1800. 1840 Washington 89th, p. 221.

CANEEGA, HENRY - Born 1834/5 in North Carolina, Pvt. Co. H, 28th Ga. Inf., married Mary A. _____, ca. 1855; Children: Susan A., Henry H. (m. Mary C. ____), et al. 1860 Johnson # 335, Cemetery, p. 443, Conf. Roster III, p. 409.

CAPERMAN, FREDERICK - 1804 Jurymember, 56th Mont. Co.. Montgomery, p. 49.

CARTER, ELIJAH - Born 1809/10 in Georgia, prob. son of Frederick Carter, first granted land in Laurens County in 1845, married Mary Flanders, born Jan. 7, 1820 in Georgia; Children: Sarah Ann, Frederick, Joseph, Cloe Ann, Lelign?, Thomas Budd, Sylvester, 1860 Johnson # 58, Flanders, p. 153, Laurens Mid 1800, p. 8, Grants, p. 99, 1853 Laurens Tax Digest 86th Dist..

CARTER, EZEKIEL - Born ca. 1780-1790. 1830 Emanuel 55th, p. 168.

CARTER, FREDERICK - (May be the same as the Frederick Carter below), Born ca. 1780/90, first granted land in Laurens County in 1837, Children: Thomas (m. Nancy _______), Elijah (m. Mary Flanders). 1840 Laurens p. 166, Grants, p. 99.

CARTER, FREDERICK - 1797/8 Landowner, 1804 Jurymember, 56th, Landowner 56th Mont. Co. 1805/6, unfortunate drawer 1805 Land Lottery. Montgomery, pp. 44, 49, 57, 65, Laurens Records 1, p. 132?.

CARTER, GILES, SR. - 1797/8 Landowner, Landowner 56th Mont. Co. 1805/6, Unfortunate drawer 1805 Land Lottery, Land Lottery Winner, 1807. Montgomery, pp. 57, 65, Laurens Records 1, p. 132.

CARTER, GILES, JR. - Landowner 56th Mont. Co. 1805/6. Montgomery, p. 65.

CARTER, REBECCA - Born ca. 1770-1780. 1840 Laurens p. 166.

CARTER, ROBERT - 1797 Jurymember, 1804 Jurymember, 56th, Landowner 56th Mont. Co. 1805/6, Unfortunate drawer 1805 Land Lottery, Land Lottery Winner, 1807, may have been granted land in Laurens County in 1826. Montgomery, pp. 45, 49, 57, 65, Grants, p. 100.

CARTER, SILAS - Born ca. 1750-1760. 1830 Emanuel 56th, p. 168.

CARTER, THOMAS - Born ca. 1800/10. 1830 Emanuel 56th, p. 168.

CARTER, WILLIAM BRADY. - 1797/8 Landowner, 1797 Jurymember, 1804 Jurymember, 55th, Landowner 55th Mont. Co. 1805/6, first granted land in Montgomery County, 1796. Montgomery, p. 45, 49, 65, Grants, p. 101.

CARTER, WILLIS - Born on Feb. 28, 1802, in South Carolina, son of Elmore and Delila West Carter, died on Aug. 1, 1878, buried in Bethsaida Cemetery, Treutlen County, lived in the eastern corner of Laurens County, married on April 26, 1836 to Edith Calhoun, daughter of Angus and Winifred Ryals Calhoun of Longpond, Montgomery Co., born on Sept. 12, 1812, died on Dec. 9, 1897. Children: Mary Catherine (b. 2/22/1837, d. 8/27/1862, m. Andrew J. Hilbun); Elizabeth K. (b. 4/2/1838, d. 12/23/1867); Delilah West (b. 9/25/1839, m. Isom Davis), Tommy B. (b. 5/17/1841, died in Civil War); James Willis (b. 10/28/1843, d. 11/25/1843); John Gillis, M.D., (b. 10/6/1846, d. 5/8/1925, m. Mary A. Hightower); Nancy J., (b. 10/18/1848, d. 11/1/1867); George West, (b. 11/25/1849, d. 6/1936); Martha C. (b. 5/16/1852, d. 2/5/1937, m. Nathan Barwick); Joseph Warren (b. 11/15/1857, d. 5/2/1931, m. Georgie Lanore Holmes), Henry Chappell (b. 10/1/1859, d. 10/8/1897). LCH2, p. 459-462, Laurens Mid 1800 People, p. 8.

CASEY, LETIS - Her illegimate children, residents of Swain's (55th) Dist. were Land Lottery Winners, 1827.

CHESTER, ABSALOM - Married Rebecca Barber, born ca. 1770. Children: Statia, Rebecca, et al. 1850 Washington # 848, 1840 Washington 91st, p. 213.

CHESTER, ISAAC - Born ca. 1838, died on Sept. 14, 1913, buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, married to Martha Ann Smith, b. Aug. 18, 1835, dau. of Micajah and Elizabeth Duty Smith, died on Nov. 25, 1924; Children: Lee (m. Irene Martin); Mary Ann (b. March 8, 1862, d. Nov. 23, 1887, m. Wiley Smith); Martha (m. George Smith). 1860 Washington # 708.

CLARK, DAVID E. - Born 1824/5 in Georgia, married ca. 1847 to Mary A. ______, born 1823/4 in Georgia; Children: Mary L., Albert A., Penelope, Andrew. 1860 Johnson # 163.

CLAXTON, HENRY J. - Born April 20, 1829 in Edgefield Co., S.C., son of Zachariah William and Lincelia Bush Claxton, died ca. 1866, buried in Edgefield Co., S.C., settled in the northeastern portion of Johnson County circa 1854, married Martha Mack, born Nov. 17, 1833 in Edgefield Co., S.C., daughter of Isaac and Florence Mack, died ca. 1886; Children: Zachariah Matthew (m. Georgia Ann Wombles), Florence (m. Cullen Price), Ophelia (m. John Henry Carraway), Isaac (m. Amanda Price), John Henry (m. Julia Elizabeth Dukes), and Thomas Lee (m. Mary Branch). Claxton, pp. 11-15.

CLAXTON, JOHN W. - Born ca. 1841, son of Zachariah William and Lincelia Bush Claxton, Private Co. E, 48th Ga. Inf., C.S.A., killed in action on Aug. 7, 1862, married on Feb. 3, 1861 to Nancy Price, born Apr. 17, 1848, died Sep. 18, 1896, she married 2nd to Harold Horton, buried in Gumlog Church Cem.; Children: John W. (m. Mary Elizabeth Williams).

CLAXTON, WILLIAM I. - Born Apr. 16, 1832, in Edgefield Co., S.C., son of Zachariah William and Lincelia Bush, moved to the Kite area ca. 1858, Private Co. D, 54th Ga. Infantry, C.S.A., died in Apr. 14, 1900, buried in Claxton-Kersey Cem., married on Dec. 13, 1858 to Zilpha Anderson, born 1836, died Jan. 1, 1925, buried in Claxton-Kersey Cem.; Children: Ferbie (m. Jim M. Price), Julie (m. Marvin Elijah Beasley), Celia (m. Joseph Kersey), Eady (m. Ben Kersey, John Henry Claxton), Lewis (m. Elefair Rowland), Bell (m. James Redding Clements), James Marcus (m. Arlie Ann Ellen Mimbs), Harriette (m. William Sampson Powell), William (m. Exie Kight), Lizzie (m. Samuel Andrew Beasley), Mollie (m. Johnnie Kight), Cindy, and John Esra. Claxton, p. 313, 1860 Johnson # 106, 1880 Johnson 55th # 217.

CLAXTON, ZACHARIAH J. - Born Jan. 29, 1836 in Edgefield County, S.C., son of Zachariah and Lincelia Bush Claxton, died Jan. 25, 1914, 5th Sergeant, Co. E, 48th Georgia Infantry.married Temperance Powell, born Mar. 25, 1836, daughter of Elias and Teresa Black Powell, died July 15, 1906; Children: Charles William (m. Nancy Lee Anderson, Emma Jean Dann), Mattie (m. Berry Cannady), Lorenzo Burton (m. Isabelle Agnes Allen), Bennett (m. Mary Tyson), Mary Eugenia (m. Joseph Allen Atkins), Mozelle (m. Manning Anderson, Jr., Robert A. Powell), Susan (m. Henry Anderson Garrett), Teresa Jane (m. Robert Jordan Waller), Tempress Ocilla (m. Enoch David Smith). Claxton, p. 111-122.

CLAXTON, ZACHARIAH WILLIAM - Born Dec. 23, 1806 in Edgefield County, S.C., son of Henry Claxton and Fannie Jordon, died on April 22, 1895, moved to Jefferson County ca. 1858, later moved into the Ohoopee area with many of his children, married in 1823 in Edgefield Co., S.C., to Lincelia Bush, daughter of John B. Bush, born Feb. 5, 1806 in Edgefield Co., S.C., died Jan. 7, 1872, both are buried in the Davis/Schwalls Cemetery; Children: Martha A. (m. James B. Kennedy), Henry J. (m. Martha Mack), Harriett (m. Willard C. Coursey), William I., Zachariah J. (m. Temperance Powell), Lincelia E. (m. ________ Price, George W. Schwalls), Pollie (m. Reddin M. Hall), John W. (m. Nancy Price), Charles Thomas Jefferson (m. Eady Anderson), and James (m. Bathsheeba Godbee). Claxton, p. 7.

CLEMENTS, JOSEPH - Born ca. 1770-80, Landowner 53rd Mont. Co., 1805/06/11/12. 1830 Emanuel 395th, p. 170. Montgomery, pp. 65, 74.

COBB, AMOS - Born ca. 1800 - 1805. 1840 Washington 91st, p. 213.

COCHRAN, JOHN SR. - Born ca. 1790 in North Carolina, merchant, married Catherine ________, born ca. 1794 in Georgia; Children: Jasper (Pvt. Co. E, 32nd Ga. Inf., m. Sarah _______), John (Pvt. Co. E, 32nd Ga. Inf.), Frances M., Elephare, William, Rufus, James (m. Sarah ______), and Eldred. 1860 Johnson # 290, 1870 Johnson # 177, 179, 181, 1880 Johnson, #468, Conf. Roster III, p. 704.

COCHRAN, JOHN, JR. - Born 1832/3 in Georgia, married Mary E. ______, born 1836/7 in Georgia; Children Mary, et al. 1860 Johnson # 368.

COLE, JAMES R. - Born 1805/6 in South Carolina, married Sarah Riner, born 1813/5 in Georgia, daughter of Amos and Elizabeth Riner, charter member of Sardis Baptist Church; Children: William Y., Manda, and Elizabeth. 1860 Johnson # 145, Riner, p. 64.

COLE, WILLIAM Y. - Born in 1838, son of James R. and Sarah Riner Cole, Co. F, 48th Ga. Infantry, killed at Petersburg, Va. on July 3, 1864. Riner, p. 64.

COLEY, M.J. - Born 1819/20 in Georgia, merchant, married Mary M. _______, born 1822/3 in Georgia; Children: Mary E., John F., Sarah E., Lanah L. 1860 Johnson # 285.

COLSTON, CHARLES H., JR. - Born July 27, 1823, in Maryland, Private Co. F. 48th Ga. Inf., C.S.A., died at Richmond, Va. on August 3, 1862, married Selina ______, born 1825/6 in Georgia, Children: William, Columbus, James, Ann (m. Darling Johnson) (Mary may be Mary Ann). 1860 Johnson # 114, 1870 Johnson # 501, Headlight, 11/2/1995, p. 7A, 1880 Johnson 56th # 266.

COPELAND, JAMES - "See Cupling, James"- Born 1828/9 in Georgia, married ca. 1847 to Matilda ________, born 1829/30 in Georgia; Children: Efeline, James, Emeline, Jefferson, Andrew, Wright, Mary, Griffin. (James?) 1860 Johnson # 159, 1870 Johnson # 406, 1880 Johnson 1203rd # 75.

CORBIN, SILAS J. - Born ca. 1790 in Connecticut, Mechanic, married Mariah ________, born 1812/3 in Georgia; Children: Lucinda, Welthy Ann, Nelson, Silas, Wellington, Tamsey. 1850 Emanuel # 550, 1840 Emanuel 395/30.  (Note from Olivia Saffold:  “Tamsey” is Temperance “Tempy”)

COSTIN, JOHN - Born ca. 1770-1780. 1840 Washington 91st, p. 215.

COSTIN, LOTT - Born ca. 1800 - 1810, possibly a son of John Costin. 1840 Washington 91st, p. 215.

CRABB, ROBERT - Born ca. 1780 - 1790. 1840 Washington 89th, p. 221.

CRAWFORD, JESSE - Born 1819/20 in Georgia, married Eliza A. ______, born 1831/2 in Georgia; Children: George W., Eliza, Mary A., Martha A., James M., Sarah, Frances, Henry. 1860 Johnson # 11, 1870 Johnson # 297.

CRAWFORD, JOHN - Born 1827/8 in Georgia, married on Nov. 12, 1846 in Washington County to Lily/Liddia A. Outlaw, born 1829/30 in Georgia; Children: Mary R., William, David, John W., James H. 1880 Johnson # 129, 1860 Johnson # 116, Washington Records. p. 89.

CRAWFORD, THOMAS - Born ca. 1780 - 1790. 1840 Washington 89th, p. 221.

CUNNINGHAM, THOMAS - Born ca. 1773 in South Carolina; Children: Marja Ann, Juliann, Rebecca, et al. 1840 Washington 89th, p. 223. 1850 Washington # 703.

CURL, MATTHEW - Born ca. 1775-1795, 1798 Landowner, 1804 Jurymember, 56th, Landowner, 56th Mont. Co., 1805/06/11/12, Land Lottery Winner, 1807. 1820 Emanuel p. 86, Montgomery, pp. 45, 50, 57, 65, 75.

CURL, MATTHEW, JR. - Born 1795-6 in Georgia, married Mary ______, born 1810/1811; Children: Reuben?, Elijah?, John, Daniel, David, Jane, Nathan, et al. Land Lottery Winner, 1832. 1832 Lottery, p. 90, 1860 Emanuel # 304, 298, 291. This Elijah moved to Laurens County. He served in the 49th Ga. Inf., C.S.A. and is credited with shooting Federal General Kearney at Ox Hill, Va. on Sept. 1, 1862.

CUPLING, JAMES - "See Cupling, James"- Born 1828/9 in Georgia, married Matilda ________, born 1829/30 in Georgia; Children: Efeline, James, Emeline, Jefferson, and Andrew. 1860 Johnson # 159.

DAILEY, VINES? - 1840 Washington 89th p. 221, 1850 Washington # 832.

DANIEL, EZEKIEL - Born ca. 1780 in North Carolina, 1840 Washington 89th p. 222, 1850 Washington # 732.

DANIEL, JAMES M. - 1832 Land Lottery Winner, (55th Dist.). 1832 Lottery, p. 131.

DANIEL, JOHN - Born ca. 1794, married Martha ____, born ca. 1803; Children: John H. (b. ca. 1825), Solomon (b. ca. 1832), Mary (b. ca. 1835), Nancy (b. ca. 183 , Sampson (b. ca. 183 , Harrison (b. ca. 1843), Thomas (b. ca. 1845), Louisa (b. ca. 184 . 1840 Washington 91st p. 213, 1850 Washington # 170.

DANIEL, MARY - Born ca. 1790 - 1800. 1840 Washington 89th, p. 222.

DANIEL, WILLIAM - 1832 Land Lottery Winner, (55th Dist.). 1832 Lottery, p. 131.

DANIELL, WILLIAM B. - 1832 Land Lottery Winner, (55th Dist.). 1832 Lottery, p. 131.

DAVIS, A.J. - Born 1826/7 in Georgia, married Alla ______, born 1833/4 in Georgia; Children: Lewis, Jancy, and Sanorah?, et al. 1860 Johnson # 118.

DAVIS, ALLEN - Born 1801/2 in Georgia, 1832 Land Lottery Winner (55th Dist.), died ca. 1858-60, married Sarah ______, born 1813/4 in Georgia; Children: John B. (m. Mary F.), Mary Ann, David (m. Sarah Strange?), Temperance, Martha, Elephare (Alifair), Mary Ann, Nancy, James, Casewell, and Louis. 1840 Emanuel 56/40; 1850 Emanuel 381, Cemetery p. 425, 1860 Johnson # 31, 1832 Lottery, p. 131.

DAVIS, DAVID - Born 1798-1800, in Georgia, 1821 Land Lottery Winner, Jordan's (55th) Dist., first granted land in 1836 in Emanuel County, married Pennie _________, born 1818/9; Children: Mary, Elizabeth, Sarah, David A., Malisa, Susan, Belicent, John, Joseph, Olif. 1830 Emanuel 55th, p. 167, 1840 Emanuel 55/30, 1860 Johnson # 205, 1870 Johnson # 155, 1821 Lottery, p. 63, Grants, p. 149.

DAVIS, GEORGE C. - Born 1834/5, son of Lewis and Piercey Powell Davis, married Elizabeth ______, born 1839/40. 1860 Johnson # 94.

DAVIS, IRVIN - Born 1823/4 in Georgia; married Martha _____, born 1817/8 in Georgia; Children: William, Silas, Ruthy, Samuel. 1850 Emanuel 385.

DAVIS, IRWIN - Born ca. 1750-1760. 1840 Washington 89th, p. 221.

DAVIS, JAMES ALLEN - Born Aug. 16, 1826, son of Lewis Davis and Piercey Powell, died Oct. 14, 1882, buried in Oaky Grove Cemetery, married on May 5, 1852 to Nancy Powell, born Feb. 7, 1833, daughter of Silas and Litha Webb Powell, died Oct. 1, 1853, buried in Oaky Grove Cemetery, married 2nd to Alice Williams, born Mar. 3, 1832, daughter of Freeman Williams and Mary Horton, died Jan. 26, 1925, buried in James Allen Davis Cemetery; Children: Charlotte, (m. John W. Mayo), James Allen,Jr., Belle Davis (m. John Sinquefield), Elizabeth (m. Thomas L. Brown). 1850 Emanuel # 228, Cemetery pp. 70,71, 218, 230, Emanuel Marriages A/44.

DAVIS, JEREMIAH - Born before 1775, may have died in 1821, Land Lottery Winner, 1820, 55th Dist., his orphans were 1821 Land Lottery Winner, Jordan's (55th) Dist.. 1820 Emanuel p. 90, 1820 Lottery, p. 85, 1821 Lottery, p. 63.

DAVIS, JOHN R. - Born 1833/4 in Georgia, married ca. 1853 to Mary ______, born 1837/8 in Georgia; Children: Martha, Sarah, Elizabeth, et al. 1860 Johnson # 181.

DAVIS, LEVI - Married Rebecca Mason, daughter of Turner Mason in 1828; died after 1842 and prior to 1850. Children: Thomas D. (b. ca. 1834); Frances (b. ca. 1836); James T. (b. ca. 1837, d. 1863); Elizabeth (b. ca. 1839); Susan E. (b. ca. 1840); and Richard (b. ca. 1842). Mid 1800 p. 31.

DAVIS, LEWIS - Born 1803/4 in Washington Co., Georgia, son Diocletion and Nancy Fluker Davis, died Dec. 3, 1852, Justice of Inferior Court, Emanuel Co. 1849-51, first granted land in Emanuel County in 1838, married 1st to Martha Kight, born Mar. 10, 1811, died Oct. 15, 1898, divorced, she married 2nd to a Meadows; married 2nd to Piercy Powell, born Oct. 12, 1813 in Georgia, daughter of Sampson Powell, Jr. and Latisha Barfield, died 1875; Children: By first wife: James Allen (m. Nancy Powell, Alice Williams), Malathy (m. Joseph E. Rich), William Godfrey (m. Dicey Williams); Children by second wife: Sampson (m. Elizabeth _______), George Carter, C.S.A., died in 1863, Charlotte (m. Uriah Anderson, John W. Mayo), Vianna, Jordan F. (m. Roxana Fortner, Annie Mayo Garnto), Bennett, C.S.A. died in 1864, July Ann, Lewis J. (m. Mary J. Sneed), Emanuel, and Mary. 1830 Emanuel 55th p. 166, 1840 Emanuel 55/28; 1850 Emanuel 223, Cemetery, pp. 70, 230, 1860 Johnson # 93, 1870 Johnson # 415, Tapley, p. 117, Mayo, pp. 5, 6, 24, Grants, p. 149, 1880 Johnson 1203rd # 24.

DAVIS, SAMPSON - Born 1834/5, son of Lewis and Piercey Powell Davis. 1860 Johnson # 93.

DAVIS, SUSANNAH - Born ca. 1770-1780. 1830 Emanuel 55th, p. 167.

DEESE (DEEZE), WARREN - Born ca. 1790-1800. 1830 Emanuel 55, p. 168.

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