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Poe Family in Georgia

 

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General Data

 

1821 Land Lottery GA -  P - Q

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Poe        James W.             Habersham           Suttons               69/5                   Monroe    

Poe        John                     Jones                     Huffs               320/18                  Henry        

Poe        Robert F.              Richmond              Brantleys        155/10                  Henry       

Poe        Washington          Richmond              Wares            144/14                   Fayette    

Poe        William                 Richmond              Dist 122           308/9                   Henry       

 

 

Banks County

 

1860 Census

Page 43

 

Poe, William                       48                          M                           GA

Poe, Bashuaby                  47                          F                            SC

 

 

 

Bibb County

 

Washington Poe, son of William Poe of Augusta, GA, probably born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

 

http://books.google.com/books?id=Zqp8aHFOvrkC&pg=RA1-PA445&lpg=RA1-PA445&dq=%22william+poe%22+bibb+co+georgia+washington+poe&source=web&ots=U4cv8CH5HK&sig=X3z3oLudtHCDaWCLp9krDjkZbu4&hl=en

 

http://poegen.net/GA/Images/WashingtonPoe1.jpg

 

http://poegen.net/GA/Images/WashingtonPoe2.jpg

 

 

http://members.tripod.com/~barthlynnmccoy/warof1812index.html

 

CHILDRESS, William G. or William Childress or Childers, Sarah (Poe)

  WC-19746, m 9 May 1824 Bibb Cty AL, sd Oct 1865 Choctaw Cty MS,

  wd prior to 23 Jan 1886, srv H. Lane's GA Mil, lived in Choctaw

  Cty MS, wid also lived Summer Cty MS

 

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/bibb/census/1830/indexsk.txt

 

1830 Census Index

POE................52

 

 

 

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/bibb/census/1840/ward1.txt

 

1840 Census

Washington Poe

 

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/bibb/census/1850/pg134.txt

 

1850 Census

District 564 - City of Macon

Wm Merritt

29th July 1850

 

image 1

page 134a

1       Lanier House written on side of page (Hotel)

          LANIER, St. 55 m hotel keeper b. NC

          S.V. 47 f

          R.S. 30 m attorney at law

          Many 28 f b. Virginia

          S.C. 8 m

          C. 6 m

          G. 4 f

          S.C. 29 m b. SC

          William B. 27 m b. SC

          Lucy 23 f

          Sarah 3 f

          E. 1 f

          C.P. 24 m

          WATTS, A.W. 32 m b. NC

          J.E. 25 f

          HORN, Henry 21 m cook b. France

          FANOLIN? C. 16 m cook b. Germany

 

79      POE, W. 50 m attorney at law

          Sarah 38 f

          F.M. 18 f

          Frances 20 f

          M.P. 14 f

          O.P. 12 m no birthstate recorded

          Washington 9 m no birthstate recorded

          Wallis 7 m no birthstate recorded

          Norman 5 no birthstate recorded

          O.S. 2 f no birthstate recorded

          NARMAN, Sarah 79 f b. Virginia

          WALLIS, M.A. 20 f

          M.R. 17 m clerk

 

 

Chattooga County

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/chattooga/census/1850/chat1850.txt

 

1850 Census

466-Holt, Alford 29m S.C., Charlotte 29f S.C., Lewis 8m S.C.#

Clayton 6m, Wm. 2m. Sarah A. 1 mth. f.

 

467-Smaliwood, Pleasant 22m, Sarah 29f,

Martha J. lf.

 

468-Poe, Sam'1 55m, Jane 40f, HOLLAND, John 21m,

Nancy 18f.

 

4697Penn, Wm. 65m Va., Abby 55f, Elizabeth 36f, John 30m, Mary 20f,

Sarah 72f Va.

 

470-Wooten, John 53m N.C., Elizabeth 50f Tenn., Henry G. 23m, Martha

22f, Susan 20f, Elizabeth 16f, Peggy 13f, Mary lif, Thos. 7m, Esther

6f, Geo. W. 2m, GREENSON, Wm. 60m.

 

Cobb County

 

1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule Cobb County, GA

 

COUNTY       FAMILY  NAME                     AGE  SEX  COLOR  STATUS BIRTH1 BIRTH2 BIRTH3 PROFESSION  DIED DISEASE             LENGTH  COMMENTS

 

Cobb         194     POE, Robert                     10   M      W            S             GA          GA          GA           ST                         SEP  Deptheria

 

 

Fayette County

 

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/o/e/Clarence-D-Poe-jr/GENE1-0003.html#CHILD3

 

4.. GILBERT3 POE (JESSE2, LUCY1 [--?--]) was born Abt. 1795 in North Carolina13, and died Unknown. He married (1) DELILA BETTERTON Abt. December 02, 1823 in Fayette County, Georgia. She was born Abt. 1787 in South Carolina14, and died Unknown. He married (2) MARY A. STONE March 28, 1866 in Chatham County, North Carolina15. She was born Abt. 1822 in North Carolina16, and died Unknown.

 

Marriage Notes for GILBERT POE and MARY STONE:

Marriage performed by James F. Rives, Justice of the Peace

     

Children of GILBERT POE and DELILA BETTERTON are:

  i.   MARY J.4 POE, b. Abt. 1826, Georgia17; d. Unknown.

  ii.   CHARITY E. POE, b. Abt. 1829, Georgia17; d. Unknown.

iii.                JESSE E. POE, b. Abt. 1830, Georgia17; d. Unknown.

 

 

 

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CENSUS YEAR: 1830    STATE: GA    COUNTY: Fayette    MICROFILM#: M19-17    DISTRICT: 27    ENUMERATOR: J Cummings 

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                                        |MALES                                              |FEMALES              

                                        |    5   10  15  20  30  40  50  60  70  80  90     |    5   10  15  20  30               

 Name of Head of Family          |to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  100|to  to  to  to  to  to

PG# LN# LAST NAME       FIRST NAME      |5   10  15  20  30  40  50  60  70  80  90  100 up |5   10  15  20  30  40

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201 24  Poe             Gilbert         .   .   .   .   1   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   2   1   .   .   .   1

               Males: 1 20/30 1 30/40          Females: 2 under 5, 1 5-10;  1 30/40

 

 

Franklin County

Stephen Poe grant of 50 acres

http://poegen.net/GA/Land/StephenPoeGrantGeorgia.jpg

From:

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Falls/7247/dowdy_georgia.html

 

(note: Tax records are compiled from two different published sources)

1805 Tax - Capt Dixons District. (Stephen Poe also in district)
James Dowdy,
Armsted Dowdy -

1806 Tax - Capt. Dixons District.
James Dowdy - poll,
Armstead Dowdy - 202 1/2 ac. adj sd Dowdy, Eli Brook, Sandy Cr, Wilkinson Co line.

1808 Tax - James Dowdy 155 ac

1810 Tax -
James Dowdy 155 ac
Armsted Dowdy 202 1/2 ac

1811 Feb 1. DB T pg 134-5. 155ac from Andrew Carothers by his atty Zachariah Thomas, both of Hickman Co TN to James Dowdy and Armstead Dowdy of Franklin Co. in two adjacent tracts on Nails Creek adj: Thos Story, Seth Strange and Stephen Poe. Wit: Fred'k Beall, Ja's H. Little J.P.

 

Habersham County

 

 

1820  >  GEORGIA  >  HABERSHAM  >  NO TWP LISTED

 Series: M33  Roll: 6  Page: 71  

 

Surname  GivenName  Age  Sex  Race  Birthplace 

 

POE   SAMUEL    

 

     (also listed in this county)

 

POE   JOHN      (brother of Samuel)

 

POE   JAMES   (brother of Samuel)

 

POE   STEPHEN   (father of Samuel)   

 

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CENSUS YEAR: 1820    STATE: GA    COUNTY: Habersham     MICROFILM#: M33-6    ENUMERATOR: John Davis

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116 26  Poe         John         .   .   .   1   .   .    1   .   1   .   .    .     1

males: 1 16/20, 1 over 44; Females: 1 10/16 1 of Foreign origin

116 27  Poe         Stephen      1   .   .   1   .   1    .   1   1   .   1    . 

males: 1 0/10 1 16/26 1 over 44   females: 1 10/16 1 16/26 1 over 44  (2 in agriculture)

120 19  Poe         James        4   .   .   1   1   .    2   .   1   .   .    .     2   .   .

Males 1 0/10  1 16/26 Females: 1 0/10 1 16/26

 

121 2    Poe         Daniel        1   .   .   1   .   .    1   .   1   .   .    .     1  

Males 1 0/10  1 16/26  Females: 1 0/10 1 16/26

 

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/deeds/duke.txt

Meriwether County GA Deed Book B, p. 507:

 

July 1, 1871.  Daniel Poe of Meriwether to John E. Duke & B.

F. Willis of Spalding County.  $553.47.  75 acres in L.L.#

132 and 25 acres in L.L# 125 in 9th Land District.  Seal:

Daniel Poe.  Wit:  John D. Poe, G. R. Wheelis. [John E. Duke

was a son of Green Duke of Pike County and grandson of

Stephen Duke who died testate in Upson County, GA in 1844.

This John E. Duke was the one who entered a caveat against

admitting Stephen Duke's Will to Probate]

 

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CENSUS YEAR: 1830    STATE: GA    COUNTY: Habersham   MICROFILM#: M19-18    ENUMERATOR: Samuel Tate

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15           Poe           Stephen 

Males: 1 10/15 1 15/20 1 30/40 1 60/70   Females: 1 50/60; 1 60/70

 

47  19    Poe            Samuel

Males: 1 5/10 1 30/40  Females: 1 30/40  Slaves 1 male 0/10

 

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CENSUS YEAR: 1840    STATE: GA    COUNTY: Habersham    MICROFILM#: M704-42    DISTRICT: Cash     ENUMERATOR: Singleton Sisk

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126 7    Poe            William     

Males 1 0/5 1 5/10 1 20/30    Females 1 0/5 1 20/30

2 Illiterates over 20

 

Heard County

 

    Census_Year 1840

    Microfilm   # M704-43

    State       Georgia

    County      Heard

    District    All

    Enumerator  Charles M. Smith

 

dist. PG#  LN#  Last Name      First Name

761   301  66     Poe                 Solomon 

Males: 1 0/5 1 30/40          Females 2 0/5 3 5/14 1 15/20

3 in agriculture

 

dist. PG#  LN#  Last Name      First Name

702   307  63    Poe                 Jonathan

Males: 1 0/5 2 5/10 1 10/15 1 30/40              Females: 1 0/5 2 5/10 1 10/15 1 30/40

1 in agriculture

 

Jasper County

 

JASPER COUNTY, GA - HISTORY Letters in P.O. Monticello 1820

 

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LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING

IN THE POST OFFICE AT

MONTICELLO, GEORGIA

APRIL 1, 1820

 

 

Job ATKINSON, Asa ADAMS, Isham ALFORD, William ARMSTRONG.

 

John S. BENDER, Thomas BURGESS, James BANKSTON, William BENSON, Mrs. Joannah BELLAMY, James S. BROWN, John BLUNT, Jeremiah BENTON, Edmund BALDWIN, Samuel BARBER, John BOYETT, John BALDWIN, william GATTLEY, Zachariah BUICE, Elijah BANKSTON, Thomas BENSON, James BUNYARD, Henry BOSWELL.

 

John COLLINSWORTH, Sterling CAMP, John CARROLL, Burton CRABB, James COLBERT, Thomas CARTON, Gerard CRANE, William A. CAIN, Arthur COOPER, Isaac CHANCE, Peter CALLAWAY, Elisha G. CRAWFORD, Jesse CHERRY, Duglass CARROLL, George CUNNINGHAM, John P. COLES, William CLEVELAND,

 

John DREW, Ebenezer DAUNAM, Joseph DEADWILDER, Prestley DODSON, Isaac DANIEL, Mrs. U. DEANE.

 

Evan EVANS, Absalom ECHOLS, Anselm EARLY, Levina EADY.

 

Nathan FISH, John FAULKNER, Ezekiel FEARS, Thomas M. FAGG, Greene FLOURNOY, Mrs. Cellia FLEMING, William FINCHER, Benjamin FINCHER.

 

Joshua GRACE, Conrad GULLMAN, William GARY, Elijah GEORGE, Hugh GRIGGS.

 

John HIGH, Benjamin HUGHS, William HARDY, William HOLBROOK, Miss Tabitha HATCHER, Thomas HORSLEY, Micas HESTER, Pleasant HEATH, Samuel HENDERSON, John HALL, Joseph L. Hill, Thomas HENDON, John HAMBRICK, Jesse HAMBRICK, Joseph HORSELY, John P. HENLEY, Aaron HUNT.

 

Mrs. Ann JORDAN, Mrs. Mary JACKSON, Gabriel JOHNSON, James JOHNSON, Peter L. JACKSON, William JENKS, Moses JOHNSON, Thomas C. JARDS.

 

Rev. George W. KING, John KELLITT, Abraham KETE, James KILLPATRICK, Charles KERR, Robert KILLEBREW, James KNOTT.

 

William LYNN, Irwin LAWSON, John LAZENBY, John LOVE, Ensign LUKE, J. LAMBERT, Gilbert LONGSTREET, Thomas LEVERETT, John LASSITER, Edward LOVEJOY, Robert LEAK.

 

Jeremiah MULLOY, Michael M'DOWELL, Robert M'AFE, Benjamin MAY, William Merritt, Mrs. Grizel MORRIS, B. MAXEY, Edward D. MALONE, William M'KORKLE, John MALPASS, Alexander M'COY, Hugh M'DONALD, David M'COY.

 

John P. NALL.

 

M. POLLARD, R. POLLARD, Arrington PURIFY, James PHILLIPS, John W. PATRICK, James PERRY, Allen POST, James PERRY, Samuel POE, Elijah PHILLIPS, Theopilus PYE, John M. PATRICK, William PRITCHETT, Sovereign T. PERDUE, Samuel PYLE, Lewis PHILLIPS, John  PRICE.

 

 

Alexander REMBERT, Lieut. Henry REBIEON.

 

William G. SMITH, Martin STANLEY, R. C. SHORTER, Robert SHEARMAN, Moses SPEARS, Lewis STANLEY, James SANSOM, John W. STROTHER, Arthur SMITH, John SIMS, David SANDERS, Dr. John SLAPPY, James SMITH, Francis SMALLWOOD, Daniel STAGNER, John C. SMITH, Rosannah SPLAWN, John SPAIN, William STORY, Rev. Jesse SINCLAIR.

 

Capt. Thomas THOMASON, James L. TRIMBLE, James THURMOND, Frederick S. THOMAS, W. TYLER

 

N. URQUHART, Alexander URQUHART.

 

Amos WILLBORN, Aaron WILLIAMS, Conrad WATTS, Joseph WHITE, Robert WOODS, William WAGGONER, Gilbert WILLSON, Claybrook WILLIAMSON.

 

(Signed)

Henry C. HUTCHESON, P.M.

 

 

Jones County

http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ga/jones.htm

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                                   JONES COUNTY, GEORGIA

                                        1827 Georgia Lottery

                                 

 

Note: Section 1 is Lee County

         Section 2 is Muscogee County

         Section 3 is Troup County

         Section 4 is Coweta County

         Section 5 is Carroll County

 

Section, District, Lot No. - Name - Captains District

6th Days' Drawing - March 13

3 12 152    Wm. Poe - Jones County, Dosters

1 1 163     James George - Jones County, Bowens

2 22 112   Benj. H. Reynolds - Jones County, Breedloves

3 10 112   Sterling Lanier - Jones County, Davis

2 17 24     Moses Trawick - Jones County, Hammacks

2 9 221     Benjamin Herndon - Jones County, Mullins

 

 

7th Day's Drawing - 14th March

2 5 148   Jonathan Poe - Jones County, Dosters

 

 

15th Day's Drawings - March 23

1 8 229      William Alexander - Jones County, Stewarts

1 22 14      George B. Lucas, soldier - Jones County, Gibsons

3 3 180      Benjamin Reynolds, R.S. - Jones County, Taylors

 

18th Day's Drawing - March 27

2 16 83      Jonathan Poe - Jones County, Dosters

1 13 184     Larkin Reynolds - Jones County, Taylors

 

23rd Day's Drawing - April 2nd

1 5 219      Larkin Reynolds - Jones County, Taylors

 

26th Day's Drawing - April 5th

4 4 112      William Cook, soldier - Jones County, Burkes

1 19 170    Benjamin H. Reynolds - Jones County, Breedloves

 

 

30th Day's Drawing - April 10

5 1 78       Amon McMillion - Jones County, Newbys

1 32 49      Hearndon Patterson - Jones County, Hammocks

 

45th Day's Drawings - April 27

3 4 78          Gillis Wright - Jones County, Taylors

2 5 164        Peyton Ward, soldier - Jones County, Taylors

1 30 137      Daniel Reynolds, R.S. - Jones County, Spinks

 

54th Day's Drawings - May 8

4 4 149        Daniel Reynolds - Jones County, Spinks

2 24 181       Wililam Ussery - Jones County, Mullins

1 31 130       Moses Davis, sol. - Jones County, Sullivans

2 20 274       Jesse S. Ellis - Jones County, Newbys

5 3 180         Lewis Tull - Jones County, Davis

 

64th Day's Drawing - May 19

4 4 7          William Allen, illeg. - Jones County, Hendersons

1 18 101     William Poe - Jones County, Dosters

 

 

65th Day's Drawing - May 21

2 22 131      Amon McMillian - Jones County, Newbys

 

Conclusion of the 67th day's drawing, with the whole of the prizes drawn on

the 68th and 69th days. May 24th and 25th

5 10 164      Solomon Chapman - Jones County, Blounts

3 3 162        Elizabeth Jones, wid. - Jones County, Davis

2 19 45        Benjamin Reynolds' opr - Jones County, Spinks

2 22 149       Appleton W. Melson - Jones County, Taylors

5 6 1             Isaac Johnston - Jones County, Lows

2 17 56         Henry W. Walton - Jones County, Bowens

1 29 45          James Lucas' orps. - Jones County, Gibsons

4 8 94           William Ussery - Jones County, Mullins

2 3 52            Zachariah Harmon - Jones County, Stewarts

5 8 266           John Parrish - Jones County, Davis

 

1827 GEORGIA LAND LOTTERY, Jones County Residents, sorted by last name Source: "Reprint of Official Register of Land Lottery of Georgia

1827," Compiled and Published by Miss Martha Lou Houston, Columbus, Georgia,

printed by Walton-Forbes Company, Columbus, Georgia 1928.

This file was transcribed by: Donna Eldridge

For more information: http://www.gagenweb.net/lottery/1827/

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 SEC DIST  LOT NO.  NAME                                                RESIDENCE         CAPT. DIST.        COUNTY OF DRAW

 

2   22     131    McMillian, Amon                                     Jones County      Newbys             Muscogee County

  5    1      78    McMillion, Amon                                     Jones County      Newbys             Carroll County

 

2    5     148    Poe, Jonathan                                       Jones County      Dosters            Muscogee County

  2   16      83    Poe, Jonathan                                       Jones County      Dosters            Muscogee County

  1   18     101    Poe, William                                        Jones County      Dosters            Lee County

  3   12     152    Poe, Wm.                                            Jones County      Dosters            Troup County

 

2   22     112    Reynolds, Benj. H.                                  Jones County      Breedloves         Muscogee County

  2   19      45    Reynolds', Benjamin  opr                            Jones County      Spinks             Muscogee County

  3    3     180    Reynolds, Benjamin  R.S.                            Jones County      Taylors            Troup County

  1   19     170    Reynolds, Benjamin H.                               Jones County      Breedloves         Lee County

  4    4     149    Reynolds, Daniel                                    Jones County      Spinks             Coweta County

  1   30     137    Reynolds, Daniel  R.S.                              Jones County      Spinks             Lee County

  1   13     184    Reynolds, Larkin                                    Jones County      Taylors            Lee County

  1    5     219    Reynolds, Larkin                                    Jones County      Taylors            Lee County

 

  1   15     129    Ross, George                                        Jones County      Blounts            Lee County

  1    7     214    Ross, George  R. S.                                 Jones County      Blounts            Lee County

  1   23     234    Ross, Jesse  R.S.                                   Jones County      Mullins            Lee County

  3    7     120    Rowe, James  R.S.                                   Jones County      Dosters            Troup County

 

2   24     181    Ussery, William                                     Jones County      Mullins            Muscogee County

  4    8      94    Ussery, William                                     Jones County      Mullins            Coweta County

 

  2   17      56    Walton, Henry W.                                    Jones County      Bowens             Muscogee County

  2   21     147    Ward, Ambers  illegit                               Jones County      Davis              Muscogee County

  2   12      78    Ward, Peyton                                        Jones County      Taylors            Muscogee County

  2    5     164    Ward, Peyton  soldier                               Jones County      Taylors            Muscogee County

  3    7     246    Watson, Jesse                                       Jones County      Bowens             Troup County

  1   15      80    Watt, Hugh                                          Jones County      Gibsons            Lee County

  2   10     267    Watts, William H.  illeg.                           Jones County      Mullens            Muscogee County

 

 

 

 

 

ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/jones/vitals/marriage/1811.txt

Resource: The History of Jones County by Carolyn Williams

Jones County, Georgia Marriages

 

Poe, William - Allen, Elizabeth 23 Dec 1821

Gray, George - Loyd, Piety 23 Dec 1821

Phelps, William D. - Slaughter, Nancy 25 Dec 1821

Calloway, Josiah - Mclane, Permelia 13 Jan 1823

Layfield, William - Poe, Eliza 19 Jan 1823

Watts, Hugh - Finney, Lucy 23 Jan 1823

Allen, James - Poe, Lettie 02 Nov 1826

 

 

Lincoln County

 

LINCOLN COUNTY, GA - BIOGRAPHIES  Towns family

 

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From a book hopefully in the D.A.R. Library in

Washington, D.C.  but stamped “Public Library

Dallas, Texas  June 3, 1954.        transcribed from

copies of the original  pps.  331-335     Sue Ellen

Marable   2003.

 

From an account in There Was A Land   History of

Talbot, County

 

“Among the early settlers in the town of Talbotton

was George W. Towns.  He was appointed one of the

commissioners for the town of Talbotton when it was

incorporated by  act of the General Assembly in

1828. George Washing Towns was born in Wilkes

County,  Georgia,  May 4,  1801.  His father John

Towns,  was a native of Virginia and Revolutionary

soldier.  The Towns family moved from Wilkes County

to Greene County  and thence to Morgan County, where

John Towns died.  However,  John Towns was a

resident of Talbot County at the time as his will is

probated here. “     *not a resident….his son & wife

were residents….

 

“Govenor Towns commenced the study of medicine under

Dr. Branham of Eatonton,  but soon thereafter was

thrown from a horse and gravely injured.  He gave

uup the thought of medicine and went to Montgomery,

Alabama  at the age of 20  where he read law under

Mr.  Benson,  a prominent lawyer there. 

About that time he married a Miss Campbell,  who

died a few days after the marriage.  He speculated

with some success in town lots in Montgomery and for

a brief period was in the mercantile business in

Talbotton.  He became colonel of militia in Talbot

Count.  Upon entering the practice of law in

Talbotton,  he became highly popular.  In 1829 he

was elected Representative from Talbot County..re-

elected in 1830 and went to the Senate in 1832.

 

In 1835 he was elected a member of the 24th Congress

as a Union Democrat serving from December 7, 1835 to

September 1, 1836  when he resigned.  He was elected

to the 25th Congress in 1835 and served the full

term. 

 

He then returned to practice of his profession in

Talbotton until Washington Poe resigned his seat in

the 29th Congress.  Governor Towns was elect3d to

this vacancy, taking his seat January 27, 1847  and

serving the remainder of the term. He was defeated

for re-election by John W. Jones.

 

 

Lumpkin County

 

 

CENSUS YR:  1850  STATE or TERRITORY:  GA  COUNTY:  Lumpkin  DIVISION:  Martin's Ford Dist.  REEL NO:  M432-76  PAGE NO:  59A

REFERENCE:  Enumerated by W. P. Reid on Nov 23, 1850

 

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LN  HN   FN  LAST NAME      FIRST NAME     AGE  SEX  RACE  OCCUP.         VAL.      BIRTHPLACE       MRD.  SCH.  R/W  DDB   REMARKS

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 1   1    1   Parks          Benjamin       47    M    .    Farmer         800       NC                .     .     .    .    Handwritten page number 117

 2   1    1   Parks          Sarah            44    F    .    .              .         GA                .     .     X    .    .

 3   1    1   Parks          Samuel         19    M    .    Farmer         .         GA                .     X     .    .    .

 4   1    1   Parks          William         15    M    .    Farmer         .         GA                .     X     .    .    .

 5   1    1   Parks          Andrew        13    M    .    .              .         GA                .     X     .    .    .

 6   1    1   Parks          Thomas          1    M    .    .              .         GA                .     X     .    .    .

 7   1    1   Parks          David             9     M    .    .              .         GA                .     X     .    .    .

 8   1    1   Parks          Harry             5     M    .    .              .         GA                .     X     .    .    .

16  3    3  Parks          A C               20    M    .    Farmer         300       GA                .     .     .    .    .

 17  3    3  Parks          Mary             21    F    .    .              .         GA                .     .     .    .    .

 18  3    3  Parks          Benjamin       6/12  M    .    .              .         GA                .     .     .    .    .

 19  4    4  Poe             Stephen          38    M    .    Farmer         500       SC                .     .     X    .    .

 20  4    4  Poe             Sarah             32    F    .    .              .         SC                .     .     X    .    .

 21  4    4  Poe             Jacob             13    M    .    .              .         GA                .     .     .    .    .

 22  4    4  Poe             Stephen          12    M    .    .              .         GA                .     .     .    .    .

 23  4    4  Poe             John               10    M    .    .              .         GA                .     .     .    .    .

 24  5    5  Clemons      Asa             28    M    .    .              .         Ala               .     .     .    .    .

 25  5    5  Clemons      Elizabeth     26    F    .    .              .         SC                .     .     X    .    .

 26  5    5  Clemons      George         6     M    .    .              .         GA                .     .     .    .    .

 27  5    5  Clemons      William         4     M    .    .              .         GA                .     .     .    .    .

 28  5    5  Clemons      Thomas         1     M    .    .              .         GA                .     .     .    .    .

        .     .     .    .    .

MONROE COUNTY, GA

 

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MONROE COUNTY, GA - 1850 Federal Census pg 91-113

 

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Census_Year  1850

Microfilm #  M432-78

State        GA

County       Monroe

 

CENSUS YR:  1850  STATE or TERRITORY:  GA  COUNTY:  Monroe  DIVISION:  No. 60  REEL NO:  M432-78  PAGE NO:  104

REFERENCE:  12th Day of November, 1850, John A. Alexander, Ass't Marshal

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 LN  HN   FN  LAST NAME      FIRST NAME     AGE SEX  RACE  OCCUP.         VAL.      BIRTHPLACE       MRD.  SCH.  R/W  DDB

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 26  776  776 Fluellin       Wiliam H.      48   M         Farmer         1,000     G.A.

 27  776  776 Fluellin       Lusana         47   F                                  G.A.

 28  776  776 Fluellin       Elizabeth H    19   F                                  G.A.

 29  776  776 Fluellin       Mary H         18   F                                  G.A.

 30  776  776 Fluellin       James M        15   M                                  G.A.

 31  776  776 Fluellin       Lisa C. B.     10   F                                  G.A.                    X

                   REMARKS:  Number "2" entered in Att School column

 32  776  776 Fluellin       Sarah J.       7    F                                  G.A.

 33  776  776 Fluellin       Georgian       4    F                                  G.A.

 34  777  777 Roberson       Charles        80   M         Farmer                   V.A.

 35  777  777 Roberson       Nancy          64   F                                  N.C.

 36  777  777 Roberson       Levi           26   M         Tenant                   S.C.

 37  777  777 Roberson       Mary A.        22   F                                  S.C.

 38  777  777 Roberson       Margaret       20   F                                  S.C.

 39  778  778 Poe            John           53   M         Farmer         3,000     N.C.  (so, born 1797 in North Carolina OR below it says born in Georgia. But 1880 for John C say Father born NC)

 40  778  778 Poe            Sarah          56   F                                  G.A.

 41  778  778 Poe            John C.        21   M                                  G.A. (this one married Elizabeth H. Fluellin – see below)

 42  778  778 Poe            Eliza          18   M         Student                  G.A.

 

 

 

CENSUS YR:  1860  TERRITORY:  GA  COUNTY:  Monroe  DIVISION:  Johnstons Dist No 504 GM  REEL NO:  M653-131  PAGE NO:  40

REFERENCE:  Johnstonville PO, 14 June 1860, Asst Marshal:  Cary A.

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 LN  HN   FN  LAST NAME      FIRST NAME     AGE SEX  RACE  OCCUP.       REAL VAL. PERS VAL.   BIRTHPLACE       MRD.  SCH.  R/W  DDB

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 1   272  266 Goins          Thos           22   M         Farmer                             Ga

                   REMARKS:  Page 742 on microfilm

 2   272  266 Goins          Narcissa       20   F                                            Ga

 3   272  266 Goins          James          3    M                                            Ga

 4   272  266 Goins          Wm             1    M                                            Ga

 5   273  267 Dumas          Moses          36   M         Farmer         1,500     5,000     Ga

 6   273  267 Dumas          Sephronia      31   F                                            Ga                            X

 7   273  267 Dumas          Edmund         11   M                                            Ga

 8   273  267 Dumas          Sarah          10   F                                            Ga                      X

 9   273  267 Dumas          Josephine      8    F                                            Ga                      X

 10  273  267 Dumas          Laura          7    F                                            Ga

 11  273  267 Dumas          Benj           4    M                                            Ga

 12  273  267 Dumas          Nancy          1    F                                            Ga

 13  273  267 Gardner        James          18   M         Laborer                            Ga

 14  274  268 Flewellen      Wm H           57   M         Farmer                             Ga

 15  274  268 Flewellen      Lurany         57   F                        1,200     3,200     Ga

 16  274  268 Flewellen      James          25   M                                            Ga

 17  274  268 Flewellen      Emma           16   F                                            Ga                      X

 18  274  268 Flewellen      Georgia        14   F                                            Ga

 19  274  268 Pettigrew      Wm             12   M                                            Ga

 20  275  269 Poe            John           62   M         Farmer         2,500     16,000    Ga

 21  275  269 Poe            Sarah          65   F                                            Ga

 22  276  270 Poe            Eleazar        26   M         Farmer                             Ga

 23  276  270 Poe            Mary           23   F                                            Ga

 24  276  270 Poe            John J         5    M                                            Ga

 25  276  270 Poe            Wm             3    M                                            Ga

 26  276  270 Poe            Lucinda        1    F                                            Ga

 

 

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DISTRICT           PG          PG          LN          DWG     FAM      SURNAME          GIVEN  RC         SX               AGE       RELSHP              OCCUPATION   BN          FATH    MOTH

504 JOHNSTONS                3             154C       21           28           32            POE                       JACK     B             M               40                                          LABORER                           VA          VA         VA        

504 JOHNSTONS                3             154C       22           28           32            POE                       DINAH  B             F               30           WIFE                                                                  GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                3             154C       23           28           32            POE                       JOHN     B             M               15           SON                                                                    GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                3             154C       24           28           32            POE                       NETTIE B             F               13           DTR                                                                    GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                3             154C       25           28           32            POE                       ANNA   B             F               10           DTR                                                                    GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                3             154C       26           28           32            POE                       JOSEPH B             M               6             SON                                                                    GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                3             154C       27           28           32            POE                       MARY   B             F               3             DTR                                                                    GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                3             154C       50           33           35            POE                       MARY   W            F               43                                          FARMER                             GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      1             33           35            POE                 LOUCINDA W          F               18           DTR                                                                    GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      2             33           35            POE                       ELIJA    W            M               17           SON                                                                    GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      3             33           39            POE                       JULIAN W            M               23                                          FARMER                             GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      14           37           443          POE                      JOHN C                W               M            52                                          FARMER                             GA         NC         IRE        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      15           37           443          POE        ELIZABETH H     W          F               47           WIFE                                                                  GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      16           37           443          POE                      ALICE C W           F               20           DTR                                                                    GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      17           37           443          POE                       MARY E               W                F             18           DTR                                                                     GA         GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      18           37           443          POE                       IDA L    W            F               14           DTR                                                                    GA          GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      19           37           443          POE                      JOHN W                 W               M            12           SON                                                                    GA         GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      20           37           443          POE                      JAMES E                W               M            11           SON                                                                    GA         GA         GA        

504 JOHNSTONS                4             154D      21           37           443          POE                   PARKER T               W               M            8             SON                                                                    GA         GA         GA        

 

 

 

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MONROE COUNTY, GA - Census  1900 Johnstonville District

 

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#504 - JOHNSTONVILLE DISTRICT,

ENUMERATOR: JOHN T. MANRY, JUNE 1 - JUNE 23, 1900

 

DISTRICT                PAGE  LINE   DWG   FM#    SURNAME                                FIRST NAME           RELSHP        RACE  SEX  BIRTH DATE         AGE       MD/       YRS       CHILD     LIV  OCCUPATION                  POB       FATHER    MOTHER   

                   

504-JOHNSTONVILLE       98B   51     124   124    POE                                                       JOHN C               HEAD          W     M    APR. 1828                     72        M         44                                                                                     GA        NC        IRE.     

504-JOHNSTONVILLE       98B   52     124   124    POE                                                       ELIZABETH       WIFE          W      F     MAR. 1831                     69        M         44               8         6                                                         GA        GA        GA       

504-JOHNSTONVILLE       98B   53     124   124    POE                                                       MARY E               DTR           W     F     AUG. 1865                     34        S                                                                                                                        GA        GA        GA       

504-JOHNSTONVILLE       98B   54     124   124    POE                                                       JAMES E               SON           W     M    MAY 1869                    31         S                                           FARMER                                          GA        GA        GA       

 

504-JOHNSTONVILLE       106A  31     274   274   POE                                                      MARY H              HEAD         W     F    JUNE 1833                      66        WD                                      4          3       FARMER                                          GA        GA        GA       

 

 

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MONROE COUNTY, GA - 1900 Census Cox District pg 157a-167a

 

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DISTRICT               PAGE  LINE   DWG   FM#    SURNAME   FIRST NAME         RELSHP        RACE     SEX  BIRTH DATE   AGE       MD/                           YRS       CHILD     LIV  OCCUPATION              POB     FATHER    MOTHER   

 

634 - COX               159A   6               38    38     POE                DINA                     HEAD                     B         F    JULY 1843      56        M                         25                       6              5    DAY LABOR                  GA        GA                      GA

634 - COX               159A   7               38    38     POE                JACK                     HUSBAND              B         M    DEC. 1838      61        M                        25                                                                                    VA        VA                      VA

634 - COX               159A   8               38    38     POE                MARY                    DTR                        B         F    DEC. 1878       21                                                                                                                       GA        VA                      GA

634 - COX               159A   9               38    38     POE                ARTHENUS           SON                        B         M    OCT. 1880     19                                                                                                                      GA        VA                      GA

634 - COX               159A   10             38    38     POE                PHUNNY               DTR                        B         F    AUG. 1883      16                                                                                                                      GA        VA                      GA

634 - COX               159A   11             38    38     POE                NEWRY                 GDTR                      B         F    AUG. 1895        4                                                                                                                        GA        GA                      GA

 

634 - COX               159A   25             42    42     MADDOX        JOHN M                 HEAD                   W         M    JULY 1858     41       M                         3                                            FARMER                     GA        GA                      GA

634 - COX               159A   26             42    42     MADDOX        ELIZABETH          WIFE                     W         F    JUNE 1858      41       M                          3                        0                                                           GA        GA                      GA

 

 

539-REDBONE             146A   49    135   135    POE                JOSEPH                   HEAD      B         M    MAR. 1874      26        M    4                   FARMLABOR                GA        GA        GA

539-REDBONE             146A   50    135   135    POE                ELIZA                    WIFE      B         F    NOV. 1873      27        M    4    2    1                                  GA        GA        GA

539-REDBONE             146B   51    135   135    POE                JOSIE M                  DTR       B         F    AUG. 1898      1         S                                                 GA        GA        GA

 

 

MONROE COUNTY, GA -

 

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SCHEDULE 2 - SLAVE INHABITANTS IN THIS DIVISION NO. 60 IN

THE COUNTY OF MONROE, STATE OF GEORGIA, ENUMERATED BY ME ON

THE 3RD DAY OF AUGUST 1850

JOHN A. ALEXANDER, ASST. MARSHALL

Transcribed by Liz Robertson, Octoer 2005.

 

PAGE    OWNERS NAME               # SLAVES           AGE       SEX       COLOR FUGITIVE               #MANUMITTED   DEAF/DUMB   

 

 

375B      POE, WASHINGTON       1                            60           M            B                                          

375B                                                    1                            40           M            B                                          

375B                                                    1                            45           M            B                                          

375B                                                    1                            21           M            B                                          

375B                                                    1                            16           M            B                                          

375B                                                    1                            28           F             B                                          

375B                                                    1                            19           M            B                                          

375B                                                    1                            14           F             B                                          

375B                                                    1                            16           F             B                                          

375B                                                    1                            14           F             B                                          

375B                                                    1                            29           F             B                                          

375B                                                    1                            17           F             B                                          

375B                                                    1                            12           F             B                                          

375B                                                    1                            8             F             B                                          

375B                                                    1                            5             M            B                                          

375B                                                    1                            3             M            B                                          

375B                                                    1                            5             F             B            

 

455         POE, JOHN                        1                            56           F             B                                          

455                                                      1                            50                          B                                          

455                                                      1                            45           M            B                                          

455                                                       1                            30           M            B                                          

455                                                      1                            28           M            B                                          

455                                                      1                            22           F             B                                          

455                                                      1                            23           F             B                                          

455                                                      1                            20           F             B                                          

455                                                      1                            16           F             B                                          

455                                                      1                            14           M            B                                          

455                                                      1                            19           F             B                                          

455                                                      1                            3             M            B                                          

455                                                      1                            1             M            B                                          

 

 

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Abstracts from Georgia Journal and Messenger , Macon, GA

15 April 1847

The name of the paper is changed to "Georgia Journal" and "Messenger"

 

December 6, 1848 Vol XXVI No 36

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Will be sold at the court house door in Fayettevile, Fayette county, on the first Tuesday in Feb next, North half of Lot of Land #166, in the 5th District of Fayette County, sold as the property of the estate of O.H. Prince, deceased. Washington Poe, Adm.

 

 

November 15, 1848 Vol XXVI No 33

 

FOR SALE. two hundred and fifty acres of land on the Macon and Western Railroad, ten miles above Macon. The situtation of this land renders it highly convenient to person residing in Macon for a provision farm. Washington Poe

 

 

MILITARY PENSION Poe, John C. (widow) 

 

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JOHN C. POE  (File contributed by Jane Newton,

transcribed by E. Robertson)

 

(This is a certification of marriage of Jno. C. Pope

and Elizabeth H. Flewellen believed to be part of a

Pension record since it is included with pension

files)

 

GEORGIA, MONROE CO.,

 

I certify that Jno. C. Poe and Elizabeth H.

Flewellen were duly found in matrimony by me the

17th day of April 1856. Signed by Edmund Dumas, M.G.

Recorded Mary 4, 1861.

 

I, Geo. W. Newton,. Ordinary and Ex. Office Clerk of

the Court of Ordinary of said County do hereby

certtify that I have composed the foregoing copy of

Jno. C. Poe and Elizabeth H. Flewellen marriage

Certificate with the original record thereof

remaining in this office and the same in a Court

transcript therefrom and of the whole of such

original record.  In testimony whereof I have

hereunto set my mark and affixed the Seal of the

Court of Ordinary this 14th Day of February 1911.

Signed. Geo. W. Newton, Ordinary, M.C.

 

 

MUSCOGEE COUNTY

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MUSCOGEE COUNTY, GA - CENSUS  Owners of Agricultural Land in Muscogee County 1883

 

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[Source:  "Shole's Georgia State Gazetteer and Business

Directory for 1883 & 1884," pp. 283-84 - Shole's source for

this information not known. 

 

Transcribed by John Mallory Land <retrofit@flash.net>.

Corrections appreciated.]

Farmers in Columbus, GA (1883):

 

* no entry clearly corresponding to these individuals on the 1884 list

 

POE, Oliver

And 1884

POE, Oliver P., 745 a., $3,500, Columbus Post Office (1883 - Oliver POE)

 

 

Newton County

 

1920 Census

 

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276A 30  113   5A  Monticello Street     83  108 Poe         James R.         Head             R   .   M   W    25    M     .    .     .    .    Yes  Yes   Georgia        .       Georgia        .        Georgia        .       Yes   Salesman                 Groceries                 W    .    .

276A 31  113   5A  Monticello Street     83  108 Poe         Cleo M.          Wife             .   .   F   W    21    M     .    .     .    .    Yes  Yes   Georgia        .       Georgia        .        Georgia        .       Yes   None                     .                         .    .    .

276A 32  113   5A  Monticello Street     83  108 Poe         Robbie M.        Son              .   .   M   W    3     S     .    .     .    .    .    .     Georgia        .       Georgia        .        Georgia        .       .     None                     .                         .    .    .

276A 33  113   5A  Monticello Street     83  108 Poe         Jeuel            daughter         .   .   F   W    1     S     .    .     .    .    .    .     Georgia        .       Georgia        .        Georgia        .       .     None                     .                         .    .    .

 

Pike County

 

LAMAR COUNTY GA CEMETERY RECORDS

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Sarah Parker POE            80y 1848

wife of Edmond Poe. They married in Surry County, North Carolina

 

From the Surry County, NC page

http://poegen.net/NC/PoeNorthCarolinaSurry.htm

 

Edmund Poe and Sarah Parker. 30 November 1794. James Masters, Bm.

also

North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868

Edmund Poe Bride: Sarah Parker. Bond Date: 30 Nov 1794 Record #: 01 185 Bondsman: James Masters Bond #: 000146872

 

This information pertains to the Poe that settled in Habersham Co, GA and then onto Benton / Calhoun (and Talledega) Counties in Alabama. Some records show Poe bured in Green Cemetery. Connected to this family is Edmond/Edmund Poe and Stephen Poe (see Wilkes County, NC and Georgia records)

Research is ongoing, but this group appears connected to Surry / Wilkes / Ashe County, North Carolina. Below the notes I have pertinent links for those analyzing these families.

Family Notes passed on to me:

At top “Ages of the children of Edmund Poe and Sarah his wife:

http://poegen.net/GA/EdmondPoeSarahParkerBirths.jpg

Note from a research in this family:

http://poegen.net/AL/Notes/ALcalhounCoNotes001.jpg

http://poegen.net/AL/Notes/ALcalhounCoNotes002.jpg

http://poegen.net/AL/Notes/ALcalhounCoNotes003.jpg

http://poegen.net/AL/Notes/ALcalhounCoNotes004.jpg

http://poegen.net/AL/Notes/ALcalhounCoNotes005.jpg

http://poegen.net/AL/Notes/ALcalhounCoNotes006.jpg

Georgia Records
http://poegen.net/GA/PoeGeorgia.htm

Alabama Records
http://poegen.net/AL

Wilkes County, NC
http://poegen.net/NC/PoeNorthCarolinaWilkesCo.htm

Ashe County
http://poegen.net/NC/PoeNorthCarolinaAsheCo.htm

 

 

 

 

 

Pike County  Georgia 1880 Census  Dist 534

 

Owen POE

Lizzie POE

Mary POE

Stella POE

Claudie POE

Milledge POE

Mary POE

Irvin POE

John POE

George POE

 

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/pike/census/1880/dis540.txt

 

 

Pike County  Georgia 1880 Census  District 540

 

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by

Shirley Drake sdrake@goldrush.com

 

Table of Contents page: http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ga/pike.htm

 

Georgia Table of Contents: http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ga/gafiles.htm

 

 

Dist 540, Pike Co., GA

FHL Film #1254161

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District 540 went into Lamar County when it was formed in 1920.

 

 

Levi POE

 

Caroline POE

 

Mary DUMAS

 

Ann DUMAS

 

Joseph DUMAS

 

Ned DUMAS

 

Martha DUMAS

 

Della DUMAS

 

 

 

 

Anderson POE

 

Amelia POE

 

Fannie POE

 

Louisa POE

 

Isaiah POE

 

Kesiah POE

 

 

 

 

 

Pike County GaArchives Wills.....James  Whatley April 8 1834

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Source: Pike County Probate Court

Written: April 8 1834

Recorded: September 10 1836

 

 

In the name of God Amen.

 

I James Whatley of the State of Georgia and County of Pike, make this my last

will and testament hereby revoking all previous wills.

 

First

I give to the Church at Mount Zion, one half acre of land in a square form

immediately south east of the meeting house, as their burying ground, on which

I deem to be interred by my friends in a decent and Christian like manner.

 

2nd

To my reputed son James Greene Whatley, also James Greene Brady, I will the

interest of fourteen thousand dollars for the next ten years, at the end of

which time, if the said James can give sufficient bond, he is to have the

fourteen thousand dollars during his life; but at his death said fourteen

thousand dollars shall revert to and become a part of my estate.

 

3rd

I will to my beloved, obedient niece Susan JAne Whatley a certain family of

Negroes viz Big George and his wife Judy also Judys' children viz Susan,

Eliza, Peggy and Greene with their increase during the life of the said Susan

but at her decease to revert to and become a part of my estate. Never the less

the said Susan Jane is hereby bequeathed a gold watch worth one hundred

dollars and one twelfth part of the balance of my estate not herein disposed

of including her distributive share of all revisions for her and her heirs

forever.

 

4th

To my nephew Wilson Poe of Early County, I give one hundred dollars and two

Negroes viz Aaron and Alexander the first; that and no more. The said two

Negroes at the decease of said Wilson shall revert to and become a part of my

estate.

 

5th

 

To my niece Eliza Taylor of Fayette Count, I give during her life, a tract of

one hundred and fifty acres of land known as the Brooks and Shelton place, and

Negroes Alford, Celia and her children viz Clark, Catherine, Silvey and John,

with their increase but at the decease of the said Eliza Taylor, said land and

Negroes shall revert to and become a part of my estate.

 

6th

To my niece Lucy Anna Bussey I give a hundred dollars forever and Negroes

Solomon, Charity, Lydia and Caroline. Such Negroes and their increase to

revert to and become a part of my estate at the decease of the said Lucy Anna

and not be possessed of by the said Lucy Anna during the lifetime of my mother

Catherine Whatley.

 

7th

To my niece Martha Amelia Allen of the town of Oglethorpe, I give one hundred

dollars forever and Negroes Sampson, Rachael and her two children Margaret and

Antoinette with their increase - not to be possessed by said Martha Amelia

during the lifetime of my mother but after the death of said Martha Amelia,

said Negroes and their increase shall revert to and become part of my estate.

 

8th

To my nephew John M. D. Whatley, I give one hundred acres of land, the west

half of lot No. 97, ninety seven in the Eighth District of Monroe Co. forever,

and Negroes viz Israel, Jemima, Lovy and their increase, said Negroes not to

be possessed of by the said John during the lifetime of my mother, and with _?

_ _?_ to revert to and become a part of my estate at the decease of said John.

 

9th

To my nephew James Whatley, son of my brother David, I give one hundred

dollars and the east half of lot of land N0 (97) ninety seven in the Eighth

District of Monroe County forever and Negroes Abram, Lillie, Judy, Nanny and

Lucy with their increase, said Negroes and their increase to revert and become

a part of my estate at the decease of the said James Whatley.

 

10th

To my niece Rebecca Spier(?) I give one hundred dollars forever and Negroes

Alexander the 2nd and Emily with her increase until the decease of said

Rebecca then said Negroes and their increase shall revert to and become a part

of my estate.

 

11th

To my sister in law Frances Whatley, I will the servic3es of a Negro girl

called Victoria with her increase until the decease of said Frances Whatley

then said Negroes and increase to revert to and become a part of my estate.

 

12th

To my niece Catherine Watts(?) I give one hundred dollars forever and Negroes

John, Rebecca and child and Sophronia and their increase during the life of

said Catherine Watts(?) then said Negroes and increase to revert to and become

a part of my estate.

 

13th

To my sister in law Lucy Whatley, I bequeath the services of my cook woman

Kate, during the life of said Lucy then to revert to and become a part of my

estate.

 

14th

To my nephews Samuel J. Whatley and William H. Whatley, sons of my brother

Willis Whatley, I give and bequeath each one twelfth part of all the balance

of my estate not here before disposed of by this will. 

 

15th

The Negro woman Sukey  and man Joe and woman Hanie(?) shall be my mothers

servants during  mothers lifetime, but in case of Sukeys death, first my

executors must make ample provisions for the comfort and well being of my

mother so long as she may live and depose her remains in the place she may

desire, decently and in Christian order.

 

16th

All the rest of my estate not herein before bequeathed I give equally to my

three brothers viz William Whatley, Milton Whatley, and Seaborn J. Whatley in

fee simple forever to these and their heirs.

 

17th

I hereby ordain constitute and appoint my trusty friend Dr. James Anderson of

Upson County, my faithful brother Seaborn J. Whatley of Harris County and my

worthy nephew William H. Whatley of Jones County my legal executors to this my

last will and testament.

 

18th

I hereby constitute and appoint my aforesaid executors special agents and

guardians in and over all the bequests held in _?_  by this my last will and

testament.

Signed and declared this 8th April 1834.

 

James Whatley

 

Josiah Holmes

James H. Fryer

James M. Willis

 

 

State of Georgia

Pike County

 

We Josiah Holmes, James H. Fryer and James H. Willis do solemnly swear that we

saw James Whatley sign seal and heard him publish and declare this writing to

be and contain his will and at the time being he was of sound disposing mind

and memory and that he did it freely without compulsion to the best of our

knowledge and belief and that we signed the same in each others presence and

in the presence of the testator.

 

Josiah Holmes

Jas H. Fryer

James Willis

 

Sworn to and subscribed in open court this 1st day of September 1936

 

State of Georgia

Pike County

 

We James Anderson, Seaborn J. Whatley and William H. Whatley do solemnly swear

that this writing contains the true last will and testament of James Whatley

so far as we know or believe and that we will well and truly execute the same

by first paying the debts and then the legacies contained in said will as far

as his goods and chattels will thereunto extend and the law charges us and

that we will make a true and perfect inventory of all such goods and chattels

so help us God.

 

James Anderson

William H. Whatley

Seaborn J. Whatley

 

Sworn to in open court

September 1, 1836

Joseph C. Beckham

 

Recorded September 10th 1836

J.C. Beckham Ord.

 

 

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Richmond County

 

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/richmond/census/1830/pg0253.txt

 

CENSUS YEAR: 1830    STATE: Georgia    COUNTY: Richmond    DISTRICT: Augusta

 MICROFILM#: M19-20    ENUMERATOR: Michael F. Boisclair    DISTRICT: Augusta Wa

rd 2

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                                                      |MALES

                           |FEMALES

|MALE SLAVES            |FEMALE SLAVES          |FREE BLACK MALES       |FREE B

LACK FEMALES     |WHITE PERSONS           |SLAVES & BLACKS  |

                                                      |   |5  |10 |15 |20 |30 |

40 |50 |60 |70 |80 |90 |   |   |5  |10 |15 |20 |30 |40 |50 |60 |70 |80 |90 |

|   |10 |24 |36 |55 |   |   |10 |24 |36 |55 |   |   |10 |24 |36 |55 |   |   |10

 |24 |36 |55 |   |Deaf & Dumb      |Aliens|Deaf & Dumb      |

           Name of Head of Family                     |to |to |to |to |to |to |

to |to |to |to |to |to |100|to |to |to |to |to |to |to |to |to |to |to |to |100

|to |to |to |to |to |100|to |to |to |to |to |100|to |to |to |to |to |100|to |to

 |to |to |to |100|to  14- 25 |     |not   |to  14- 25 |     |

PG#  LN#   LAST NAME      FIRST NAME                  | 5 |10 |15 |20 |30 |40 |

50 |60 |70 |80 |90 |100|up | 5 |10 |15 |20 |30 |40 |50 |60 |70 |80 |90 |100|up

|10 |24 |36 |55 |100|up |10 |24 |36 |55 |100|up |10 |24 |36 |55 |100|up |10 |24

 |36 |55 |100|up |14  25  up |BLIND|Natur.|14  25  up |BLIND|

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262  17    McMillan       Mrs.    slaves of             .   .   .   .   .   .

 .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .

  .   .   .   .   .   .   2   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .

   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .     .      .   .   .   .

 

 

CENSUS YEAR: 1830    STATE: Georgia    COUNTY: Richmond    DISTRICT: Augusta

 MICROFILM#: M19-20    ENUMERATOR: Michael F. Boisclair    DISTRICT: City-Ward

#2

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                                                      |MALES

                           |FEMALES

|MALE SLAVES            |FEMALE SLAVES          |FREE BLACK MALES       |FREE B

LACK FEMALES     |WHITE PERSONS           |SLAVES & BLACKS  |

                                                      |   |5  |10 |15 |20 |30 |

40 |50 |60 |70 |80 |90 |   |   |5  |10 |15 |20 |30 |40 |50 |60 |70 |80 |90 |

|   |10 |24 |36 |55 |   |   |10 |24 |36 |55 |   |   |10 |24 |36 |55 |   |   |10

 |24 |36 |55 |   |Deaf & Dumb      |Aliens|Deaf & Dumb      |

           Name of Head of Family                     |to |to |to |to |to |to |

to |to |to |to |to |to |100|to |to |to |to |to |to |to |to |to |to |to |to |100

|to |to |to |to |to |100|to |to |to |to |to |100|to |to |to |to |to |100|to |to

 |to |to |to |100|to  14- 25 |     |not   |to  14- 25 |     |

PG#  LN#   LAST NAME      FIRST NAME                  | 5 |10 |15 |20 |30 |40 |

50 |60 |70 |80 |90 |100|up | 5 |10 |15 |20 |30 |40 |50 |60 |70 |80 |90 |100|up

|10 |24 |36 |55 |100|up |10 |24 |36 |55 |100|up |10 |24 |36 |55 |100|up |10 |24

 |36 |55 |100|up |14  25  up |BLIND|Natur.|14  25  up |BLIND|

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261  20    Poe            Robert F.                     1   .   1   1   .   1

 .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   1   1   .   1   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .

  .   .   .   .   .   .   2   2   2   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .

   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .     .      .   .   .   .

 

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/richmond/census/1840/pg0286.txt

 

        Census_Year    1840

        Microfilm #    M704-49

        State          Georgia

        County         Richmond

        District       Augusta

        Enumerator     Samuel Robinson

 

Note: This is the William Poe said to be a cousin of Edgar Allan Poe.

 

CENSUS YEAR:1840   STATE: GA    COUNTY: Richmond   DISTRICT: District 398, 3rd Ward   REEL: M704-49 

PG#  LN#             LAST NAME        FIRST NAME  

290         8             Poe                       William   .

 

Males: 1 0/5 1 5/10 1 10/15 1 30/40  Females: 1 0/5 1 20/30

Male Slaves 2 0/10 1 10/14 Female Slaves 1 0/10 2 10/24

2 in agriculture 1 in commerce

 

Troup County

 

 

1830 Troup

    Census_Year   1830

    Microfilm #   M19-21

    State         Georgia

    County        Troup

    Enumerator    P. Adams

    Date          Novenber 11, 1830

 

 PG# LN#             LAST NAME        FIRST

50           5             Poe                       William            1   .   1   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   1   2   .   .   1 

Males 1 0/5 1 10/15 1 20/30   Females 1 0/5 1 5/10 1 20/30

 

50  12  Poe            Jonathan           1   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   1   .   .  

Males 1 0/5 1 20/30   Females 1 0/5 1 20/30

 

 

Walker County

 

History of Walker County, 1932, mentions Larkin H. Poe

http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/fulton/walkerhistory/

 

Larkin Poe who married Sarah Brotherton

http://www.battleofchickamauga.net/families_of_chickamauga.htm

 

http://poegen.net/GA/LarkinHPoeSarahBrothertonChickamaugaGA_TNborder.htm

 

 

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/walker/census/1850/pg0342a.txt

 

YR:  1850  STATE:  Georgia  COUNTY:  Walker  DIVISION:  E Chickamauga  REEL NO:  M432-85  SHEET NO:  351B

REFERENCE:  Enumerated on August 14, 1850 by A B Reid

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 LN  HN   FN        LAST NAME      FIRST NAME     AGE SEX  RACE  OCCUP.         VAL.      BIRTHPLACE       MRD.  SCH.  R/W  DDB

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7      133  133                        Poe            Wm                    29   M                    Farmer                                                  Tenn

 8     133  133                        Poe            Caroline              34   F                                                                   Tenn

 9     133  133                        Poe            Rachel                 11   F                                                                   Tenn                                   X

 10   133  133                        Poe            John                    10   M                                                                  Tenn                                   X

 11   133  133                        Poe            Nancy C               7    F                                                                   Geo                                    X

 12   133  133                        Poe            Marion                 6    M                                                                  Geo

 13   133  133                        Poe            James A               2    M                                                                  Tenn

 

1      139  139                        Poe            Ann                     26   F                                                                   Tenn

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 2     139  139                        Poe            Ansel                  32   M                    Farmer                                   Tenn

 3     139  139                        Poe            Geo W                10   M                                                                  Geo                        X

 4     139  139                        Poe            Dolly                    9    F                                                                   Tenn                       X

 5     139  139                        Poe            John W                 7    M                                                                  Geo                        X

 6     139  139                        Poe            Rachel E              5    F                                                                   Geo

 7     139  139                        Poe            Maryann               4    F                                                                   Geo

 8     139  139                        Poe            Wm W                 2    M                                                                  Geo

 

 

1860  >  GEORGIA  >  WALKER  >  CANE CREEK DIST

Series: M653  Roll: 139  Page: 714  

 residence:   317-295

 enumerated:  18 Jun 1860

 

Surname  GivenName     Age  Sex          Birthplace 

 

McDonald   John              49     M              NC           farmer

                     Jane             51      F              VA

                     John C.        19      M             TN

                     Nancy           17       F             TN

                     Lucinda        13       F             TN

                    Virginia           9        F             GA

                    Mary I.             4        F             GA

                   Susan A.         3        F             GA

       

 

 

1860  >  GEORGIA  >  WALKER  >  CANE CREEK DIST

Series: M653  Roll: 139  Page: 714  

  residence:  319-296

 enumerated:  18 Jun 1860

 

Surname  GivenName     Age  Sex    Birthplace 

 

POE       A W                  38       M          GA                   farmer

             Savility J.            36       F          GA

             Samuel T.           18      M          GA

             Mary I.                 20       F          TN

             Thomas              15      M          GA

             Georgiaani         14      F          GA

             Mary                    10      F          GA

             Nancy I.               7        F          GA

 

 

 

1870  >  GEORGIA  >  WALKER  >  FRICKS GAP P O - Subdivision No. 128
 Series: M593  Roll: 180  Page: 225  
 enumerated:  13 July 1870
 residence:  582-572

 

Surname  GivenName     Age    Sex        Birthplace 

 

 

Samuel T. Poe    28           M            W            Farmer  400         250         Georgia

Mary                      29           F             W            Keeping house                  Tennessee

Alfred                    7             M                                                                         Georgia

Melisson              5             F             W                                                          Georgia

John                     3             M            W

Samuel                9/12        M            W

 

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Upson County

 

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THOMAS FLEWELLEN

               Thomas Flewellen, son of Archelaus and Nancy Flewellen, was born 29

March 1799.  He married Francis Maria Drake, daughter of Dr. John Hodges Drake

and Frances Williams, on 15 September 1823 in Warren County, Georgia.  Frances

Williams, mother of Maria Drake, was the sister of Elizabeth Williams, wife of

Shadrack Flewellen.  In addition, Dr. John Calvin Drake, brother of Maria,

married Mary Ann Flewellen, who was the youngest sister of Thomas Flewellen. 

Thomas and Maria Flewellen moved to Upson County, Georgia, in 1825 and had

eleven children.  Two of the children, Nicholas John Hodges and Charles B. died

in infancy.  The remaining children were Frances Carolina, Thomas Archelaus,

Eugenia Louisiana, Mary Martha, Sarah Cebell, Elizabeth Virginia, Enos Russell

William, Wilbur Fisk, and Joseph John Calvin Drake.  The first deed to Thomas

Flewellen in Upson County was 25 Nov 1825 and covered Lots 80 and 81 of the

10th District.  A few years later he bought Lots 82, 90 and 91 of District 10D

and kept these lands until 1849.  At that time he sold this property and bought

1012.5 acres, being Lots 145, 146, 160, 161 and 162 of the 10th District from

the Estate of Kinchen P. Thweatt.  He kept these lands until 9 Jan 1854. 

Thomas Flewellen was the sheriff of Upson County from 1828 to 1830 and a

representative from that county in 1832 and 1833.  He was state senator in 1851

and 1852 and a Justice of the Inferior Court from 1853 to 1854.  In the spring

of 1854, Thomas moved to Camden, Arkansas, accompanied by most of his family. 

The conditions in Arkansas were not very good and Thomas left the next year for

Smith County, Texas, where he had been promised some land.  At this time,

Thomas had sent his wife, Maria, and some of the younger children back to

Thomaston, Georgia, until they got the place in Texas ready.  Thomas Flewellen

was a lay Methodist preacher and there is a story that back in Thomaston, the

other preachers liked to meet at his home because he made the best wine.  One

day he bought a piano and after that several of the preachers refused to enter

his house because of the presence of the piano.  There is a later story in the

Dallas Herald of 29 January 1862, where the editor tells of a trip to Marshall

and staying with Mr. Flewellen enroute where they enjoyed great hospitality and

homemade wine of Warrenton grapes.  Family letters show that their life in

Texas was far more difficult from that in Georgia.  In 1869, Thomas mentions in

a letter that he was thinking of moving to Honduras.  Frances Cary, daughter of

Thomas and Maria Flewellen, stated that her father read almost incessantly. 

Maria Drake Flewellen died 21 October 1861 and Thomas Flewellen died at the age

of 91 on 13 November 1889.  They are both buried in the Flewellen-Thweatt

Cemetery near Lindale in Smith County, Texas.  

 

                               JAMES FLEWELLEN

               James Flewellen, son of Archelaus and Nancy Flewellen, was born 27 Sep

1796.  He married Elizabeth Persons on 19 November 1818 in Warren County,

Georgia.  She was the daughter of Thomas Turner Persons and Sally Williams (who

was the sister of Frances and Elizabeth Williams).  The children of James and

Elizabeth Flewellen were Edward Archelaus, Robert Turner, James Persons and

Sarah  Anne.  James Flewellen first appears in 1820 in the census of Warren

County, Georgia.  In 1821 James moved to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where Robert was

born.  They moved back to Georgia, near Macon, in 1829.  A newspaper account

states that James Flewellen, age 31, died 18 November 1829 at Macon and that he

was wounded at Warrior Plantation in a fight with a man named Cohorn.  One

article states that the widow and her children then moved to Culloden in Monroe

County, Georgia, but the 1840 census shows her living in adjacent Upson

County.  On 8 Oct 1845 Elizabeth Flewellen sold 4 acres in Culloden to George

W. Persons.  The 1850 census shows Elizabeth in Monroe County.  Prior to the

Civil War, Robert Turner Flewellen and James Persons Flewellen both moved to

Texas and Elizabeth moved with them to Independence in Washington County,

Texas.  She died there 31 May 1886.

                                             

                               CEBELL FLEWELLEN

               Cebell Flewellen, daughter of Archelaus and Nancy Flewellen, was born

18 May 1801.  She married Thomas Persons on 15 July 1819 in Warren County,

Georgia.  They had one son, Thomas Flewellen Persons.  Cebell died 4 Jul1820.

 

                               MARTHA ANN FLEWELLEN

               Martha Ann Flewellen, daughter of Archelaus and Nancy Flewellen, was

born 3 November 1805.  She married John William Persons on 25 November 1823 in

Warren County, Georgia.  They had four children, John, Augustus, Anna Elizabeth

and Amanda Melvina.  This last child died at about the age of six.  John

William Persons was the son of Thomas Turner Persons and Sallie Williams. 

Martha Ann died 10 December 1805 in Culloden, Monroe County, Georgia. 

 

                               ENOS RUSSELL FLEWELLEN

               Enos Russell Flewellen, son of Archelaus and Nancy Flewellen, was born

13 May 1810.  He married Susan W. Jones on 15 October 1829 in Upson County,

Georgia.  They had eleven children, being Enos Archelaus, Junius, George,

Charles, Martha E., James Randall, Mary Antoinette, Georgia, Susan Zuleika,

William Jones and Mollie.  The eldest child, Enos Archelaus, died at the age of

three, Charles died at about fourteen, and Junius died at the age of twenty.  

Enos R. Flewellen and his wife are shown living in Upson County in 1830, but by

1840 he had moved his family to Crawford County, Georgia.  By 1850 he had moved

to Barbour County, Alabama, where he remained until late in life, when he moved

to adjacent Russell County, Alabama, where he died on 1 September 1884 at the

home of his daughter, Georgia Mitchell.  Susan Jones Flewellen had died 3 July

1877.  Both Enos R. Flewellen and his wife are buried in Linwood Cemetery at

Columbus, Georgia.

 

                               MARY ANN FLEWELLEN

               Mary Ann Flewellen, daughter of Archelaus and Nancy Flewellen, was born

25 November 1820 in Warren County, Georgia.  Since she was only three when her

father died and seven when her mother died, she probably was living with a

brother or sister in Upson or Monroe Counties until her marriage.  On 3 April

1839 in Culloden, Monroe County, Georgia, she married Dr. John Calvin Drake,

son of Dr. John Hodges Drake and Frances Williams.  Frances Maria Drake, sister

of Dr. John Calvin Drake, had married Thomas Flewellen, brother of Mary Ann

Flewellen.  Mary Ann and John Calvin Drake moved to Thomaston in Upson County,

Georgia.  They had twelve children, Nicholas John, Thomas Russell, Mary

Frances, John William Calvin, James Hodges, Martha Ann Flewellen, Mary Louisa,

Caroline Cebell, Archelaus Augusta, Edward Albert, Flewellen Lee, and Ida

Evelyn.  In their later years Mary Ann and John Calvin Drake suffered both

physical and financial problems.  In 1869, Mary Ann had written her niece,

Frances Cary, that she was in ill health and her husband was very feeble,

weighed only 108 pounds and had trouble walking about the yard.  He must have

recovered because in 1880, Mary Ann described how he was engaged incessantly

attending the sick in Thomaston during a measles epidemic.  A letter in 1897

from Edward A. Flewellen states that he went to see them and "It is a sad place

to visit for the doctor has been paralyzed for several years.  Is almost

helpless and can't talk so as to be understood, and it is with great difficulty

that he can eat anything without being strangled.  My aunt Mary Ann, has become

partially blind.  Can't read nor write, but can see enough to get about the

house and attend to her domestic matters after a fashion.  It is hard times

with them, too, and I am afraid it will be worse."   They had both been in ill

health for some time.   Mary Ann died 27 April 1902 in Thomaston, her husband

having died 8 April 1898. 

 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS FLEWELLEN AND FRANCES M. DRAKE

 

                               THOMAS ARCHELAUS FLEWELLEN

               Thomas Archelaus Flewellen, the eldest son of Thomas and Maria

Flewellen, was born in Upson County, Georgia, on 27 February 1829.  In a letter

dated 3 March 1852, from his mother to his oldest sister, Frances Cary, it is

stated that he had just returned from a trip as clerk on a steamboat.  This

would have been just prior to his marriage on 17 October 1852 to Victoria

Monroe Thweatt in Upson County, Georgia.  Victoria's two brothers, Kinchen and

James, married two sisters of T. A. Flewellen (Eugenia Louisiana and Elizabeth

Virginia).  T. A. and Victoria Flewellen had three children, Junius Jefferson,

Eliza Harris and Maria Antoinette.  T. A. Flewellen accompanied his father in

the family's move to Camden, Arkansas, in 1854 and again the next year when

they moved to Smith County, Texas.  During the Civil War, T.A. was a private in

Company D, 13th Texas Volunteer Cavalry.  Victoria Flewellen died 5 June 1868

and is buried in the Flewellen-Thweatt Cemetery near Lindale, Texas.  The

Dallas Herald noted in February, 1870 that T.A. Flewellen was one of the

managers for the Tyler area of the Piedmont Arlington Life Insurance Company. 

On 19 July 1870, T.A. married Henrietta  (Hettie) Marshall in Rusk County,

Texas.  Shortly thereafter he moved his family to Longview, Texas.  T.A. and

Hettie had one child, Mattie (7 4).  In 1878 1879 he was the Mayor of

Longview.  T.A. Flewellen died 17 June 1893 and is buried in Greenwood Cemetery

in Longview.  His widow, Hettie, continued to live at their home at 206 South

Center Street in Longview until her death in 1916.  

 

                               FRANCES CAROLINA FLEWELLEN

               Frances Carolina Flewellen, daughter of Thomas and Maria Flewellen, was

born 29 September 1824.  Within the family she was referred to as "Big Sis". 

She refers to entering her first school while the family was living at

the "Butte place" near the Upson camp ground.  Sometime after 1834 she was sent

to live with the family of her uncle Russell Flewellen at Culloden in Monroe

County to attend school for a couple of years.  After her family moved into

Thomaston, she went to school there and then was sent to the Georgia Female

College at Macon.  The year before, about 1838, Thomas Flewellen took his

family to North Carolina to visit his in laws, staying a month or two.  From

there Frances took a trip of a couple of weeks to Philadelphia with her father,

her uncle Calvin Drake and her aunt Louisa Drake.  Her father considered

leaving her in school in Philadelphia to which she was opposed.  On this trip,

Thomas Flewellen and Calvin Drake went on to New York.  Prior to going north,

Thomas Flewellen had tried to get Frances into school at Salem, N.C. but was

unsuccessful.  Frances also described a trip she made with her uncle Calvin

Drake by ship from Charleston, S.C. to Wilmington, N.C.  It seems everyone got

seasick.  Upon arriving at Wilmington, she  described how they rode on a

railroad where the coaches where drawn by horses or mules and the men had to

sit on top.  Frances never finished her education and married when she was 16. 

She married a lawyer, John J. Cary, on 3 September 1840 in Upson County,

Georgia.  At first they lived in Thomaston, and sometime after 1850 moved to

Macon.  Between 1856 and 1857, Frances Cary and her family moved to Texas,

eventually settling in Rusk County.  Frances and John Cary had five children,

Sarah Alice, Frances, Ada, Georgia and Mary Eugenia.  Fannie died at age 16 in

1861 and Georgia died at age 3.  A letter in 1859 to Fannie Cary refers to her

sisters Sarah, Ada and the "babe". Another letter in 1869 to Frances refers to

Sallie, Ada, Mary Eugenia and the little one.  John Cary was evidently much

involved in politics, which Frances described as "the bane of my life".  Once a

man took offense to something John Cary said and told him if he opened his

mouth again he would kill him.  John Cary opened his mouth as wide as possible

and the fellow stabbed him.  Fortunately the wound was not fatal.  While living

in Texas he got into a political scrape and got clubbed over the head,

resulting in a fractured skull.  He died around 1871 and sometime after that

Frances moved to Smith County to live with her father.  After his death,

Frances moved to Mineola to live with her daughter, Sarah, and her family. 

Frances Cary died 14 May 1906 in Mineola, Wood County, Texas, and is buried in

the Mineola City Cemetery.

 

                               EUGENIA LOUISIANA FLEWELLEN

               Eugenia L. Flewellen, daughter of Thomas and Maria Flewellen, was born

15 March 1832.  She married Kinchen P. Thweatt 27 April 1852.  From a letter

written by her mother, it sounds as though the couple elected to take a $100

gift from her father instead of a big wedding.  After their marriage, Eugenia

and Kinchen Thweatt moved with the family to Arkansas and on to Texas.  They

had no surviving children but did have one child in 1854 that died in infancy. 

Eugenia died 12 October 1863 and her husband died 4 December 1876.  Both are

buried in the Flewellen-Thweatt Cemetery near Lindale in Smith County, Texas.

 

                               MARY MARTHA FLEWELLEN

               Mary Martha Flewellen (Mollie), daughter of Thomas and Maria Flewellen,

was born 14 June 1834 in Upson County, Georgia.  She accompanied the family in

their move to Camden, Arkansas, which is probably where she married her

husband, Ezra Nathaniel Hill.  On 3 March 1855, Eugenia Thweatt, sister of

Martha, wrote to their mother in Georgia and asked whether Mollie "went on to

Georgia or was in Camden".  She lived for a time in Arkansas as shown by

letters between Mollie and her husband.  Her first child, Minnie (or Mariah)

was born 21 October 1855 in Arkansas.  A letter dated 29 Nov 1857, shows Nat

Hill in Austin and his wife probably in Camden.  In February of 1859 Mollie and

Nat Hill were living in Galveston.  During the Civil War, Mollie apparently

moved back to Texas with her family.  A second child, Henry Flewellen Hill, was

born 4 March 1864, but died 26 August 1873.  It is unclear what happened to

Ezra Nat Hill.  In 1860, 1870 and 1880, Mary Hill was shown as living with her

father in Smith County, Texas.  Minnie Hill married Columbus L. Copeland on 18

Dec 1878 and in 1900 and 1910, Mary Martha Hill is shown living with her

daughter and her family.  Mary Martha Hill died 7 August 1919 and is buried in

the Flewellen-Thweatt Cemetery near Lindale in Smith County, Texas. 

 

                               SARAH CEBELL FLEWELLEN

               Sarah Cebell Flewellen (Belle), daughter of Thomas and Maria Flewellen,

was born 24 November 1836.  She married  John C. Fowler on 14 October 1858 in

Smith County, Texas.  Belle and John C. Fowler had two children, Wilbur F. (12

Dec 1862 - 1 May 1901) and John Coleman (23 Jul 1859 - 28 Jul 1922).  Belle

died October 1864 and is buried in the Flewellen-Thweatt Cemetery near Lindale

in Smith County, Texas.  John C. Fowler and his sons, Coleman and Wilbur moved

to Panola County, Miss. and are buried in the Eureka Cemetery there. 

 

                               ELIZABETH VIRGINIA FLEWELLEN

               Elizabeth Virginia Flewellen, daughter of Thomas and Maria Flewellen,

was born 26 Dec 1826.  Within the family she was known as "Little Sis".  On 12

December 1849 she married James Thweatt in Upson County, Georgia.  James

Thweatt was a farmer, but in the 1880 census he lists his occupation

as "fishing".  Virginia and James Thweatt had five children, Thomas Flewellen,

Mary Eliza Frances, Maria Louisa Victoria, William Arnold and Mattie Bell.  The

last two died in infancy.  Elizabeth Virginia Thweatt died 20 December 1888 and

her husband, James, died 13 May 1892.  Both are buried in the Flewellen-Thweatt

Cemetery near Lindale in Smith County, Texas.

 

                               ENOS RUSSELL WILLIAM FLEWELLEN

               Enos Russell William Flewellen, son of Thomas and Maria Flewellen, was

born 26 September 1840.  In March of 1855, Russell was in Texas with his father

helping to get their place ready, but by July he apparently had been sent off

to school.  In 1860 he was living back in Smith County, Texas, with his

parents.  When the Civil War began, he was a student at Emory College at

Oxford, Georgia.  His father was in Georgia on a visit at the time and wanted

Russell to finish school, but finally gave in and allowed him to join the

army.  He enlisted July 1861 in Co. F, 12th Alabama Infantry.  According to his

sister, Frances Cary, he was in the Seven Days battle around Richmond.  After

the war, Russell returned home.  A letter dated 23 December 1866 from Victoria

Flewellen, his sister in law, talks about Russell planning to leave for New

Orleans.  According to the letter he left on horseback with one suit of clothes

in his saddle bags and told his brother, Willie that he was going to Mexico and

never expected to return.  After starting he changed plans and left the horse

in Tyler and took the stage to Marshall and from there proceeded to New

Orleans.  Victoria stated that her husband, Thomas, expected that Russell would

return that night and marry a girl named Mary Jones.  Victoria went on to say

that it was generally believed that he would return in February to marry the

girl, but she did not think so.  It seems as if he had proposed and then

decided to leave.  Whatever happened, he next appears in Washington County,

Texas, where his cousin, Robert Flewellen, resided.  The records of Washington

County show that Russell married Mrs. Mattie Weems on 9 December 1868.  She was

originally Mattie Drake, but had married R. S. Weems in 1867.  Weems died a few

months later and she married Russell.  The 1870 census shows them living in

Washington County, where he was a farmer.  The records show that Russell and

Mattie Flewellen had thirteen children, several of whom died in infancy.  The

surviving children were Ann Gertrude, E. R., Alice Belle, Maud, Walter Dewitt,

Edgar Poe, Johnnie and Edna Pearl.  E. R. may have died at an early age.  In a

letter written in 1874, Russell mentions they have twin babies, who apparently

did not survive or at least one did not.  Sometime after this Russell moved his

family to Rains County, Texas.  Russell died 6 November 1900 in Rains County,

Texas and his wife, Mattie died 27 January 1913.  Shortly after Russell's

death, his widow and children filed suit in Smith County against Martha Hill,

Francis Cary, Wilbur Flewellen and some other parties.  They felt that Russell

had not gotten his share of the lands belonging to his parents.  Part of the

problem arose from the fact that Maria Flewellen had died intestate in 1861 and

her husband, Thomas, had deeded various tracts after her death.  Since she died

intestate, her children would have inherited her community interest.   

 

                                WILBUR FISK FLEWELLEN

               Wilbur Fisk Flewellen, son of Thomas and Maria Flewellen, was born 1

Feb 1843 in Upson County, Georgia.  When the Civil War began, he enlisted 13

January 1861 in Dallas, as a private in Company K, 3rd Texas Cavalry.  The

records show he was stationed in Mississippi in 1862.  In October, 1864, his

uncle in Alabama, Enos Russell Flewellen, refers to Wilbur having been there. 

His sister, Frances Cary, stated that he was shot in the hip and carried behind

someone on horseback for about 20 miles before receiving aid.  He was taken

prisoner while in bed with the wound, remaining a prisoner until after the

war.  In 1868 he entered  medical school in New Orleans and graduated in

1870.   While in New Orleans his leg began hurting him again.  One of the

doctors there extracted the ball from his leg.  Later the leg still bothered

him and he had to use a buggy in his practice.  Wilbur returned to Smith

County, where he resided for about two years.  He married Ophelia Graham on 13

July 1870 in Rusk County, Texas.  They had twin daughters, Emma O. (who died in

infancy) and Elizabeth Ophelia.  Ophelia died 3 October 1871 and is buried in

the Flewellen-Thweatt Cemetery near Lindale in Smith County, Texas.  After the

death of his first wife, Wilbur migrated to Fayette County, Texas, where he

married Mary Elizabeth Hill on 11 April 1875.  He remained in Fayette County

seventeen years, moving to Belton, Texas, on December 1, 1889.  Wilbur and

Elizabeth Flewellen had seven children, Lucy, Wilbur Logan, Hugh Legrand, Nola

B., Victor H., Frederick Carl, and Lonnie Hill.  About 1914, Dr. Flewellen was

involved in a shootout in Temple.  Wilbur Flewellen, a son of Dr. Wilbur

Flewellen, was returning by train from Brownwood and Dr. Flewellen heard that a

deputy sheriff planned to ambush Wilbur at the train station.  There had been

trouble between these men before and the deputy shot at Wilbur with a shotgun

about ten days prior.  Dr. Flewellen got his ten gauge shotgun and another son,

Fred Flewellen (with a 30 30) and they proceeded to the station.  The deputy

sheriff and his group were warned but tried to force the Flewellens from the

station anyway.  When the deputy took a bullet in the chest, it ended the

shootout.  Wilbur Flewellen died 8 April 1925 and is buried in the North Belton

cemetery in Belton, Texas.  Mary Elizabeth Flewellen died 18 April 1935.

                                             

                               JOSEPH JOHN CALVIN DRAKE FLEWELLEN

               Joe Flewellen, son of Thomas and Maria Flewellen, was born 12 February

1846 in Upson County, Georgia.  When the family moved to Texas in 1855, he

remained in Georgia with his mother until the place in Texas was ready.  Joe

Flewellen joined Company H, 35th Texas Cavalry Regiment of the Confederate Army

in the spring of 1864 and served for 1 1/2 years.  His sister, Frances,

mentions that he was stationed in Galveston.  According to Civil War records,

in the spring of 1864 the 35th Texas Cavalry was moved to the north part of

Louisiana where they took part in several minor actions.  In the spring of 1865

the 35th Texas Cavalry returned to Texas and were sent to Galveston.  After

leaving Galveston, the regiment moved to Harrisburg where it was disbanded. 

Joe Flewellen married Emma C. Richardson on 15 February 1870 in Rusk County,

Texas.  Joe and Emma Flewellen stayed in Smith County on the family farm and

had eight children, Charles Wilbur, Thomas Junius, Francis Elizabeth, Adnie,

Mary Jo (Josie), Helen May (Nell), Alice Emeer and Porter Edward.  Joe

Flewellen died 8 June 1917 and his wife died 14 May 1930.  Both are buried in

the Flewellen-Thweatt Cemetery near Lindale in Smith County, Texas. 

 

CHILDREN OF JAMES FLEWELLEN AND ELIZABETH PERSONS

 

 

                               EDWARD ARCHELAUS FLEWELLEN

               Edward Archelaus Flewellen, son of James and Elizabeth Flewellen, was

born 17 September 1819 in Warren County, Georgia.  He was educated at Randolph

Macon College, Virginia and graduated from Jefferson Medical College,

Philadelphia, in 1854.  He practiced medicine in Thomaston, Upson County,

Georgia.  When the Civil War began, he was commissioned a major and his first

posts were in Florida.  In 1862 he was made medical director of the Army of

Tennessee by General Bragg.  As a result of the strain of his duties, his

health began to deteriorate and he resigned his post in November, 1863, but was

not relieved until February, 1864.  On 2 July 1864 he was made Inspector of

Hospitals and was Chief Surgeon.  He held that position until the end of the

war.  After the war, he was appointed as Superintendent of Public Works of

Georgia in 1872 and was put in charge of two small railroads.  He was elected

to the state constitutional convention in 1877.  After his public service, he

returned to Upson County to private life.  In 1896 he was elected a state

senator for a two year term.  Edward A. Flewellen never married.  It was Edward

A. Flewellen who wrote the article about the Flewellen family in 1860 that

appeared in the history of Warren County, Georgia.  Edward A. Flewellen died 9

December 1910 in Thomaston in Upson County, Georgia.

 

                               ROBERT TURNER FLEWELLEN

               Robert Turner Flewellen, son of James and Elizabeth Flewellen, was born

2 October 1821 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  The family moved back to Macon, Georgia

the next year.  James Flewellen died in 1829 and the family moved to Culloden

in Monroe County, Georgia.  Robert read medicine in the office of his uncle,

Dr. John Calvin Drake in Thomaston.  He attended one course of lectures in the

Medical College of Charleston, S.C. and another at the University of New York. 

He graduated from the latter in 1845.  He returned to Culloden and began to

practice medicine.  On 3 February 1848 he married Caroline Elizabeth Bivins in

Monroe County, Georgia.  A newspaper article reported that a Robert Flewellen

had murdered Uriah T. Lockett on 28 September 1848.  Robert Flewellen is

described as "6 foot, 1 inch with a dark complexion".  Robert had also been

involved in a lawsuit about this time and wrote his brother, Edward A., from

New York concerning the suit.  Robert next appeared in San Francisco,

California, arriving there on the ship "Columbus" from New York on 6 June

1850.  The ship had left New York on 12 February 1850.  The 1850 census shows

Robert's wife, Carrie and their young son, Robert Jr., living with Robert's

mother, Elizabeth Flewellen, and his brother, Edward A. Flewellen, in Monroe

County, Georgia.  On 9 Jul 1851, Robert T. Flewellen executed a Power of

Attorney to his brother Edward that is recorded in Monroe Co., Ga.  It shows

Robert living in Eldorado County, Calif.  In 1853 Robert migrated to Chappell

Hill, Washington County, Texas with his wife Carrie.  She died there 12 July

1854.  In two letters in  1854 from Enos Russell Flewellen to Thomas Flewellen,

the writer relates that Robert had Carrie's obituary published in a Georgia

paper and Enos Russell felt this was foolish.  Apparently there was still some

trouble back in Georgia involving Robert and reason not to publish his

location.  Letters show that Robert maintained his contact with his cousins in

Smith County, Texas.  On 25 April 1860, Robert married Eugenia Andrews in

Houston, Texas.  She was the daughter of John D. Andrews and Eugenia Price.  In

1861, Robert was elected to the Texas Legislature from Washington County.  In

1872 he was elected president of the Texas Medical Association.  Robert and

Eugenia Flewellen moved to Houston in 1875, residing at 410 Austin Street. 

Robert and Eugenia had several children, but only two survived, John D. and

Edward A. Flewellen.  In 1878, Robert was elected to the Texas Legislature from

Harris County, Texas.  He introduced the bill for the charter of the first

medical college in Texas, which was founded in Galveston.  Robert died 5

January 1899 in Houston, Texas, and Eugenia died 17 May 1923.  

 

                               JAMES PERSONS FLEWELLEN

               James Persons Flewellen, son of James and Elizabeth Flewellen, was born

1 March 1828.  For some reason, James was nicknamed "Lump".  James attended

West Point and graduated in the class of 1850.  He served in the U. S.

Artillery under General Magruder, but resigned his commission 2 November 1854

after a cannon exploded and he lost his sight in one eye.  James married Sarah

(Sally) Eliza Everett on 24 October 1854 in Fort Valley, Houston County,

Georgia.  James and Sarah had eight children, but only three survived infancy,

Mary Beaufort, James Edward and Bessie.  After his marriage, he settled in

Crawford County, Georgia, but sold his land there in November, 1856, and joined

his brother, Robert, in Washington County, Texas.  A letter dated 25 October

1856 from Enos Russell Flewellen to his brother, Thomas, stated "Lump Flewellen

sold out on Flint River, will leave in a few days   pack and package   for

Texas, in Robts section   has never seen the country, what a foolish move". 

The records of Washington County show a deed dated 15 February 1858 from Anson

Jones to J. P. Flewellen.  This place was known as "Old Barrington".  This

house was later moved from its original location to Independence State Park at

Washington on the Brazos.  The Washington Collegiate, Female Institute of

Washington County was incorporated in 1860 and James and Robert Flewellen were

both trustees.  In December of 1861, the Texas Legislature approved the charter

of the Texas Manufacturing Company to be located in Washington County.  James

and Robert Flewellen were among the incorporators.  During the Civil War, James

was given a commission as a Major, but he stayed in the area around Washington

County as superintendent of conscripts.  Sarah Flewellen died 22 February 1881

in Washington County.  James P. Flewellen died 21 April 1909 in

Charlottesville, Virginia while visiting his son.

 

                               SARAH ANNE FLEWELLEN

               Sarah Anne Flewellen, daughter of James and Elizabeth Flewellen, was

born in 1824.  Sarah Anne married Dr. Joseph A. Holland on 16 April 1844 in

Jasper County, Georgia.  The 1850 census shows them living in Barbour County,

Alabama.  Sometime between 1858 and 1860, they moved to Washington County,

Tex.  Sarah and Joseph Holland had four daughters, Charlotte Ella, Julia Ida,

Sallie A. and Anne.  Russell Flewellen mentioned visiting Sarah (or Sally) in

Independence, in Washington County, Texas, in a letter dated 19 June 1874.  

According to Russell, Sally had two single daughters and one lived with her

mother and the other taught school.  He mentions a third daughter, who is

married.  The letter does not name any of the daughters.  Charlotte Ella

Holland (1849 1911) graduated from Baylor College and taught there.  At that

time Baylor was located at Independence, Texas and did not move to Waco until

1886.  Charlotte Ella married Dennis Call Jr. & they lived in Orange, Texas. 

Julia Ida Holland (1852 1942) married Dr. Frank A. Shepherd.  In 1880, Sarah is

shown living in Washington County, Texas, with the family of her daughter, Ida

Sheperd.  Sarah Anne died 13 Apr 1881.

 

 

 

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1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule White County, GA

 

COUNTY  FAMILY  NAME                     AGE     SEX     COLOR   STATUS  BIRTH1  BIRTH2  BIRTH3  PROFESSION  DIED    DISEASE         LENGTH

 

White                95      POE, Caroline        40           F               W               M          GA         GA           GA                      KH   FEB     Tumor               40

 

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