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CROSS

Evelyn Larson ..Jun 18,1998
I'm now trying to find information on Cleveland or John Cleveland CROSS. He was my grandfather and was born Oct. 25, 1889 in GA. I know he married Allie May FAIRCLOTH on July 7, 1914. Would like information on his parents & grandparents!! Thank you! Evelyn Larson

PARKER

H. Baldwin ..Jun 06,1998
I am researching my great-grandmother, Sophronia Eudora PARKER, born 1857 in Mitchell County. She was the daughter of Garrett PARKER and Sarah HAYES. 1870 Census shows Garrett PARKER, age 42 living in Albany, Baker County, Sophronia married William Henry LASSETER about 1877. They lived in Decatur Co, Lowndes Co., and later moved to Dallas, TX. Garrett PARKER lived near Camilla, was a landowner, harvested and milled lumber. He was also a minister and built a church with wood from his mill. The church burned down and was replaced by a brick structure and may still exist. Any information would be appreciated.

NORRIS/McGREGOR

John Davis ..Jun 06,1998
Am researching the NORRIS and MCGREGOR lines from Baker County. Looking for info on ancestors/descendants of Thomas NORRIS (b. ca 1809 Va. d. 6 Feb 1874 Baker Co.) and his wife Frances Eliza Myrick NORRIS (b. 1819 Macon, Ga., d. 20 Feb 1875 Baker Co.). Also seeking info on location of burial site of Capt. John A. MCGREGOR (1825-20 Oct 1902) and his wife, Margaret Jane Johnston MCGREGOR (23 Nov 1893/4). They lived in Baker County from 1870 until their deaths. John Davis, Herndon, VA, e-mail: davisje@erols.com

Bloodworth

PATRICIA L SMITH ..Apr 11,1998
Looking For Iinformation on my grandmother And her family, Her Name Was Sallie Frances BLOODWORTH EVANS. She was married to OBIE EVANS. She had two DAUGHTERS: DESSIE VIOLA EVANS BIRDSONG And ANNIE MAE EVANS COLLINS. 

Bryant

Leesa J Stevens ..Apr 11,1998
I'm a descendent of John B Bryant, born Jan. 4, 1861, in Iron City, Decatur Co., GA., died Jan 30, 1930, in Blountstown, Calhoun Co., FL. erburke, born 1863 in -?- and died 1922 in Blountstown, Calhoun Co., FL. Marriage took place in Decatur Co., GA. on Oct. 21, 1879. What I'm looking for is his parents and her parents. I'm at a brick wall and can not get over. Thanks for any information in advance. Leesa Pheasant-Stevens Bainbridge, GA.

Acree

LissaMB ..Apr 08,1998
Hardy H ACREE was sheriff of Baker Co GA c 1835. He and his wife died before 1840 census, leaving 3 sons. Would like to hear from anyone having information on wife's name and their dates of death. 

Burton

Bob Burton ..Mar 14,1998
Pleasant C. T. BURTON, my gg grandfather, claimed on his Confederate soldier pension application that he was born in Baker Co, GA in 1834. His father was Tannington BURTON. In 1821, Tannington BURTON won a land lot, while living in Burke Co, GA. In 1825, while still living in Burke Co, GA, Tannington BURTON sold the land lot. Somehow, the BURTONs are in Baker Co, GA in 1834, where Pleasant was born. The next thing I find is Pleasant C. T. BURTON in the 1850 census of Montgomery Co, GA, as a 16 year old farm laborer for John and Mary FERGUSON. Per Montgomery Co, GA probate records, Tannington BURTON died before January 1852 and his estate left $83.00 to a Mr. John PHILLIPS, who had been appointed guardian of P. C. T. BURTON in May 1851. I do not know where Tannington BURTON died or where his estate was probated. In March of 1853, Pleasant C. T. BURTON married Susan, the youngest daughter of John and Mary FERGUSON. QUESTION: Who is Tannington BURTON related to and what are the facts concerning his travels from Burke Co to Baker Co and then his son to return to Montgomery Co? Is there any connection to the William H. FERGUSON (b. 1800-1810), who was an official of Baker Co, GA and was killed by Indians on 12/16/1835. Please let me hear from you if you have any information that relates to the BURTONs or FERGUSONs. Bob Burton, rburton904@aol.com. 

Thomas

Ken & Sharon Thomas ..Mar 13,1998
Searching for info on THOMAS: John Benjamin THOMAS b Baker County Sep 1840. Father Samuel B. THOMAS m Ann R. ASKEW. John has 9 siblings. Sophia was youngest sister. John m Sarah "Sallie" R. SCOTT. I have no other info on John B. THOMAS while in Baker County. He died in the State Hospital, Montgomery, AL 21 OCT 1905. I have no other info on this family. Who are his siblings? Did any of them stay in Baker County? 

Sutton

JLaBetts? ..Mar 13,1998
Looking for any descedants of the family of Willie/Wiley sutton b.c. 1793 and his wife Lorana Cottle b.c. 1816, lived in Baker County, possibly related to Thodopolis Sutton, John Sutton Shadarack Sutton and Jacob Sutton who married Louise Rene Cotte, Zacharia Sutton, Lewis Sutton. Wiley produced two daughter Lydia Suzanna Sutton, and Gatsie Ann Sutton. Lydia married Edward L. Howard and moved to Florida. Gatsie Ann Sutton Married Francis F. Franklin, son of Esom D. Franklin and Martha Tolbert. Would like to exchange dates and information on any of these lines. 

Chance

Art Chance ..Mar 13,1998
Seeking information regarding John M. CHANCE, perhaps of Baker/Calhoun Cty. at the time of the WBTS. He served with the 51st GA INF which was raised from this area. The family later moved to Emanuel Cty., from whence this writer. Any information much appreciated. Art Chance, Juneau, Alaska 

Maples

Mary Dee Richard Nicks ..Feb 09,1998
I have information stating that my MAPLES, John was born 21 Mar, 1841, Baker Co and his grandfather Nathan Maples died there. Is there not anyone researching this name? I checked Newton also and found nothing. Please steer me in the right direction-I do not know much about Ga geography. Thanks,Mary Dee Richard Nicks Houston, TX 

Musgrove

Don Sellers ..Feb 09,1998
I am attempting to find info on Littleton Sellers. Littleton is shown on the 1850 census, but I cannot find any mention of household member. Also Littleton was married to Nancy Proctor from Decatur, Ga. They had 10 children: John , Sarahan, Amandy, Cynthia, and 6 others. Littleton had a brother named Josh or Joshua which I have not been able to find at all. My biggest headache at this time is finding Littleton's father and where they came from. Littleton is my g-g-grandfather. Any help is appreciated. Thanks! dsellers@digitalexp,com 

Musgrove

R E Miller ..Jan 28,1998
John A. Miller, b. 1844 Baker Co., stepson of Goodwin S. MUSGROVE and wife Hesse E. TAYLOR Musgrove. John m. Mary E. EMANUEL, son of Amos EMANUEL and Ann MCMILLAN, dau of Iver MCMILLAN of Early Co. John and family moved to Texas 1870 after his return from Civil War. Looking for links to John's biological family. 

Hooks

Gerry Hill ..Jan 28,1998
HOOKS: Looking for links to Hillery, Reuben Hooks who were in Early Co. then Baker.. Hillery filed for Indian Damage in Early where George Hooks of Columbua Co. NC also lived. Reuben was in Lee Co. Ga.Census 1840 and Baker 1850. 

Kinney

Mark Miner ..Jan 28,1998
Searching for information on Sylvester KINNEY of Bakers Fire-Eaters. Any info. would be greatly appreciated. 

Sellers

Don Sellers ..Jan 28,1998
Im searching for information on my great great great grandfather. His name is Littleton Sellers. He married Nancy Proctor and had a son which he named John Sellers. If you have any information about his parents and grandparent, please e-mail me at:dsellers@digitalexp.com 

Bowles

CD Clements ..Jan 28,1998
I am a descendant of Willis Simeon Bowles who came with his father John Bowles and Alphaday Musgrove Bowles (his wife) early days, both died living him orphan. I am informed that the father of Alphaday was the daughter of a former Clerk of Court of Baker County in the early days of the county. I would appreiciate verfication of his having been a Clerk of Court. CD Clements 901 Avondale Ave. Albemarle NC 28001

McCULLERS

Phyllis McLendon ..Dec 27,1997
My husband and I are searching for information on Will E. McCULLERS b c1834 in Ga. He and his family were living in Baker Co., Ga. in 1860 according to the census records. We know his wife's name began with and E. and she was b c1835 in Ga. The only children we know about are Molly and William "Will" Henry. Molly married Thomas McLENDON and Will married Ann ALFORD. Will E., the father, b c1834 had at least two brothers, Jordan McCULLERS and C. I. McCULLERS. Any help or leads you could give us on this line would be greatly appreciated. Will be glad to share our little bit of information with you. Thank you. Phyllis McLENDON 

RICHARDSON/RYE

REMILLER ..Dec 22,1997
William W. RICHARDSON and family from Wilkinson Co. moved to Baker Co. in time for 1850 census; had moved to Texas by 1860. He married Joanna RYE, mother of Morgan RYE who was b. 1847 in Baker Co. Looking for all links to this family. Her first husband was Morgan RYE, Sr. who may have had a brother William.

WEST

Don &Rose West ..Dec 20,1997
Hi, We are Don & Rose West and we are trying to locate our family. The last information we have is our GREAT GREAT Grandfather who was living in Camilla, GA in the 1900 census. He was born in 1850 and was married to Nancy Crosby.. We need to find out who H.V. West father was and when and where he was born. Since Baker and Mitchell county are sister counties we are looking in both areas.......Thanks, Don & Rose 

SMITH

Janet Smith ..Dec 20,1997
Researching the family of Abram D. Smith, b.1818 Morgan Co., d.1855 Baker or Calhoun Co. Wife was Mary C. b.1829 Dooly Co. Children were David M. Smith b.1845, Georgia Sophromia Smith b.1847, m. A. Barry More, James H. Smith b.1848, m. Martha Eubanks, Amos Benjamin Smith b.1849, m. Lucinda Chambless, and Azona B. Smith b.abt 1852. After the death of Abram, Mary married at least twice more. First, John F. Stokes. They had Lucy A. E. Stokes, b.abt 1857. Second, William J. Cole,and they had daughter Vaslile(?) M. Cole, Jan 1860. Anything on these families would help! Janet Smith in TX 

EDWARDS

P. McClendon ..Dec 8,1997
Looking for the parents of THOMAS F. or L. EDWARDS who lived in Baker Co., GA. He was b.c1805 in GA. His 2nd wife was SARAH ANN MUSGROVE b. 1827 in GA. Would also like to know the name of his 1st wife. Will be happy to share the information I have with you. Would appreciate any help you can give me. Thanks. P. McLENDON 

IRVIN

P. McClendon ..Dec 8,1997
I am looking for the parents of WILLIAM JAMES "JIM" IRVIN, SR. b. c1826 in SC. He married SARAH ANN FAIRCLOTH b. Sept. 11, 1834 in GA. JIM and SARAH were married in 1853 in Screven Co., GA. They moved to Baker Co., GA in 1854. She was the daughter of WILLIAM FAIRCLOTH b c1805 and SARAH SASSER. WILLIAM was the son of THOMAS and MARY THORNTON FAIRCLOTH. SARAH was the daughter of THOMAS and CLARISY SASSER. Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated. I will be glad to share my information with you. P. McLendon

LEWIS

T. J. Lewis ..Nov 17,1997
James LEWIS, son of William LEWIS. was born before 1879 in NC. He was married and living in Bulloch County, GA in 1822. James LEWIS moved his family to Baker County, Ga in 1827. He was on the 1830 census but died Fenruary 5, 1836. His place of burial is not known. His children (from the family bible) are: Amy (LEWIS) HOWEL, Seaburn, Allen, Dicey (LEWIS) CROSBY, Margaret LEWIS, and Henry LEWIS > Dicey married Joshua J. CROSBY. He was the first sheriff of MITCHELL County after it Baker County was sub-divided and part of it came to be Mitchell County. Allen LEWIS married lst Elender SELLARS December 8. 1841 and six children were born. Elender, age 31, died November 4, 1855. Will exchange information. 

LONG

Sherry ..Oct 23,1997
LONG: Looking for information on Stafford LONG who came to Baker Co. in early 1820s. He was Baker Co. sheriff and justice of the peace in late 1820s. He was Baker Co.'s elected representative to the Georgia State House of Representatives at the time of his accidental death in 1832 near Byron. He served in War of 1812 as musician and was in Wilkinson Co. from 1812 to 1820. Born in NC ~ 1790. He left a widow and at least six children. Trying to find out the names of his wife, children, father, and siblings. Probably had a brother named Aaron and sister named Martha. Any info is greatly appreciated. Contact Sherry at Garlanslg@aol.com. 

LEWIS/ SELLARS/ NESSMITH

T. J. Lewis ..Oct 14,1997
Mathew LEWIS, son of Allen and Margaret Elizabeth (NesSMITH) LEWIS was born July 31, 1857 Ninth District, Baker County, GA. His father Allen LEWIS,son of James LEWIS married first, Elender SELLARS. He married second ,Margaret Elizabeth NesSMITH. First marriage probably was in Baker County,Second marriage may have been in Thomas County. Thanks. T.J. Lewis

SELLERS/WEST

Fran Powell ..Oct 11,1997
Jesse SELLERS b GA ca 1827 married Eliza WEST b NC ca 1831. Their son, John was b possibly Baker Co., 1848. Did Jesse die in the Civil War? When? Where? When did Eliza die? Where is she buried? Was Jesse related to A.C. SELLERS who was 20-30 years of age in 1840?
Elijah SELLERS b NC ca 1812 married Susan WEST; their daughter, Mary, married James W. MARTIN. Who were other children of Elijah and Susan? When and where did Susan die? These two families were cut into Mitchell Co., GA when it was created. Interested in land records.

SHIVER

Lyrice Shiver McCranie ..Oct 11,1997
Researching the SHIVER family of S. C. and Ga. Would like to share information with others researching this family. I am particularly interested in finding the parents of Enoch SHIVER, born abt 175/1800 S. C. or GA, listed on the 1845 tax list of Baker Co., married Didamirah LOVE/NETTLES?, born abt 1825. Enoch and Didamirah had the following children: John W. born 1828 married Sarah Deliabell SIMMONS; Rebecca born March 1833 married Jacob SHIVER; Martha Ann born 23 July 1833 married Rosier Wingate; Ranson born 28 January 1836 married Lydia(Lida) SULLIVAN; Mary A. "Polly" born 6 July 1839 married John R. BOZEMAN; James Allen born 28 Jan 1840 married Mary Francis SULLIVAN; Eliza born 1843; Miles(Marion) Harmon born 14 Dec 1844 married Mary (Polly) GUNTER. Any information on ANY of these families will greatly appreciated. Lyrice Shiver McCranie lsm1043@planttel.net

BARFIELD

Lyrice Shiver McCranie ..Oct 11,1997
Searching for the parents of Irene BARFIELD, born about 1824 in S. C., married Seaborn Luckey, born about 1820. Irene and Samuel were living in Baker County in 1850. Irene died in Mitchell County between 1865 and 1868. After Irene's death, Seaborn married Angaline DAVIS and had one daughter, Elizabeth born 10 Aug 1868 in Mitchell Co. Seaborn and Irene had the following children: Jonathan born 1847; Mary born 1849; William H. "Bill" born 1850; Anna Jane born 1854; Thomas C born 1856; Samuel Barfield born 1858; Carnelius born 1860; Winnie born 1863; and Delilah (Lila) born 1865. Have lots of BARFIELD material but no connection to my Irene yet. Will be happy to share what I have with other BARFIELD researchers. Lyrice Shiver McCranie lsm1043@planttel.net

JORDAN

Lyrice Shiver McCranie ..Oct 11,1997
Researching the JORDAN family of S. C. and GA. Would like to share information with others. I am particularly interested in those families who are descended from Nathan JORDAN who had at least four sons: John born 174 in S. C. married Mary Eliza PELHAM and Elizabeth DEWITT: Nathan, Jr. born 1797 in S. C. married three times to Mary MOTE: Miss RICHARDSON; and Rebecca Pricilla RICHARDSON: Samuel born abt 1798 in S. C., listed on the 1850 census of Baker Co., GA., married twice - first wife unknown, 2nd wife was Ellender JENKINS; and William born 1803 in S. C. married E. F. (maiden name unkown). Samuel was commissioined Justice of the Peace in Baker County on 10 April 1832. Information on ANY of these families would be greatly appreciated. Lyrice Shiver McCranie lsm1043@planttel.net

JARVIS

Lyrice Shiver McCranie ..Oct 11,1997
Seeking parents of William JARVIS, born 10 Oct 1827 in Baker County, Ga, died 12 May 1903 in Mitchell County, buried Parkersville Cemetery in Worth County, married 1858 to Mary J. JORDAN, daughter of Samuel JORDAN and Ellender JENKINS. William and Mary had ten children according to census. The seven I have are: Sarah E. "Sallie" born 1861 married Charlie Marion FREEMAN; William M. born 1862, died before May 1903; Mary J. born 1867; Emily born 1869/70 married E. H. PELHAM and a Mr. RAINEY; Martha A. "Mattie" born 22 May 1875 married Robert Tillman COOK; Judge S. born 1873, died before May 1903; and Ida E. born 1878. Information on ANY of these families would be greatly appreciated.Lyrice Shiver McCranie at lsm1043@planttel.net 

LUCKEY

Lyrice Shiver McCranie ..Oct 11,1997
Researching the LUCKEY family of S. C. and GA. Would like to share information with others. Particularly interested in the Sameul LUCKEY born about 1787 in S. C., listed in 1850 census of Baker County, died after 1860. Samuel wife is unknown. Children of Samuel were: Seaborn, born abt 1820, died 1870/71 Mitchell County, married Irene BARFIELD; Delilah born about 1820, died after 1870; James born about 1823 married Matilda (maiden name unknown); Sam, jr born abt 1828; Martha born abt 1831 married Edward CROSBY; Charles born abt 1835; Mary born abt 1837; Sabra born about 1839 married John SCARBROUGH; and perhaps another daughter, Rosie who married Francis m. CARR. Information on ANY of these families would be greatly appreciated. Lyrice Shiver McCranie at lsm1043@planttel.net

WEST

Fran Powell ..Oct 10,1997
James West & William West were enumerated Baker Co. 1840 & 1850. Looking for any information on these two men and their families. James in Mitchell Co. when it was created; William died ca 1857. Especially interested in land and marriage records. fred-fran@erols.com 

SUTTON

Bob Sutton ..Oct 7,1997
SUTTON, John C., died in Baker County in 1846, a few months after petitioning for dismission from the guardianship of Franklin SUTTON, minor. Who was Franklin SUTTON? 

SUTTON

Bob Sutton ..Oct 7,1997
SUTTON, John C., died in Baker County in 1846, leaving five young sons:Solomon S. SUTTON (b. 1826), Jacob Blount SUTTON (b. 1829), Seaborn SUTTON (b. 1833), Blount SUTTON (b. 1836) and John Eli SUTTON (b. 1837). When the war came, at least four of these boys served in Confederate and GA regiments, with one killed at Sharpsburg (Seaborn, 6th GA Inf.), another killed at Knoxville (Jacob, 51st GA Inf.), another crippled and imprisoned for the war's duration (Blount, 2nd GA Cav.). Only Solomon S. Sutton (29th GA. Cav.) appears to have returned to Baker County after the war. Whatever happened to John Eli SUTTON, said to have married Lucy SMITH, 1859? Any leads will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Bob Sutton GGG-Grandson of John C. SUTTON and Siddith BLOUNT email: bsutton@interactive.net

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