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Lavisie Mahala "Vicie" Hester Warren
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Birth: Mar., 1854
Alabama, USA
Death: Dec. 14, 1924

Daughter of Pleasant Hester born South Carolina circa 1827/1828 and his wife Susan Hudson b. 1830 GA. Her father Pleasant Hester is in the 14 Sept 1850 census for Heard Co GA and Vicie is in the household with her siblings. Wife of Sherrod Warren; she died of pneumonia age 71. Death Cert #36635 Heard Co GA

One of her known siblings was Abram 'Abe' Hester born 17 July 1857 Heard Co GA died 3 Jan 1930 Heard Co GA and was buried in Caney Head Cemetery, Heard Co GA where other Hester family are buried. Informant on his death certificate was a R.P. Hester from Roopville, Carroll Co. GA.

'Vicie's father Pleasant Hester, died in the Civil War on 25 July 1864. His widow Susan (Hudson) Hester is in the 1870 census for Heard Co GA, her mother Susan (Hudson) Hester was age 40 living alone with her children. The household was:
Susan Hester age 40, mother
John M. Hester, age 18
Vicie Hester age 16 (born 1854 Heard Co GA)
Emily C Hester age 14
Abram Hester age 11 (born 17 July 1857 Heard Co GA)
Pernia O Hester age 9 (born 29 Oct 1861)

April 3, 1891
State of Georgia, County of Heard
Widow's Pension of Mrs. Susan Hester, Widow of Pleasant Hester
Affadavit to be Made by the Widow
In person came before the undersigned ordinary in and for the County of
Heard, Mrs. Susan Hester, who being sworn according to law says under oath
that she is the widow of Pleasant Hester who was a soldier in the service of
the Confederate States and served as a member of Company F of the 25th
Regiment of Alabama Volunteers; that he enlisted in said service on or about
the 25th day of February 1863; and was in the Confederate Army up to about
the 22nd July 1864; that while in the Army he was killed on the 22nd day of
July 1864; that while in battle at Altanta Georgia was killed by a minnie
ball, shot through the body and died in a few hours after he was shot.
Deponent further swears that she was the wife of said deceased soldier during
his term of service in the Army; and that she has never married since his
death; that she became his wife on the 10th day of November 1850; and that
she has resided in Georgia continuously since January 1869; that Georgia is
her home, and was such on the 23rd day of December 1890, and since said date
she has not lived in any other state or locality. Deponent as the widow of
said deceased soldier husband applies for the pension provided by Act of the
General Assembly of Georgia approved Dec 23rd 1890 for the pension year ending
Feb 15th 1892 and herewith tenders the proof of her right to receive the
allowance granted by said Act. Susan Hester (signature of applicant)
Sworn to and subcribed before me this the 3rd day of April 1891. G A Crain,
Ordinary

April 3, 1891
Affadavit for Three Witnesses
State of Alabama, County of Randolph
In person came before the sundersigned Judge of Probate in and for said
County, witnesses F.M. Handley, James J.Jones, T.J. Edmonson, each known to
the attesting officer as truthful, reliable and reputable citizens, who
severally say under oath that from their own personal knowledge, Mrs. Susan
Hester of the County of Heard, State of Georgia, is the widow of Pleasant
Hester, who was a soldier in Company F of the 25th Regiment of Alabama
Volunteers. That said soldier enlisted in the service of the Confederate
States on or about the 25th day of February 1863; That while in said service
or by reasons of said service in the Army he lost his life as follows: He was
shot and killed in battle in Atlanta GA on 22nd day of July 1864 and was
buried in Atlanta GA by J.E. Garrett and other soldiers of Co. F 25th Regt
Ala Vols. at that time under General Hood.
We further swear that Mrs. Susan Hester was the wife of said soldier during
the service and that she has not intermarried since his death and that she
resides in Heard County of the State of Georgia.
Capt. F.M. Handley Co. F 25th Regt Ala Vols., James J. Jones, X, his mark,
T.J. Edmondson

January 24, 1893
For Widow's Heretofore Allowed Pensions
State of Georgia, Heard County
Personally comes Mrs. Susan Hester who being sworn says on oath that she is a
bona fide resident of said County of Heard, State of Georgia, and that she has
resided in said state continuously ever since her birth in 1827. That she is
the widow of Pleasant Hester who was a soldier in Company F of the 25th
Regiment of Alabama Vols., that he lost his life on the 25 day of July 1864;
He was shot at the Atlanta fight, shot dead on the battle field July 1864. She
further swears that she is a native Georgian, that she was born and raised in
Georgia.
Susan Hester; Post Office, Franklin, GA.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of January 1893. G.A. Crain,
Ordinary

January 31, 1893
State of Georgia, Heard County
Personally came before the undersigned Ordinary, witness A. N.. Jones, known
to the attesting officer as a truthful witness entitled to full faith and
credit as such and who being duly sworn says on oath that Mrs. Susan Hester,
widow of Pleasant Hester moved to Heard County from Newton County GA with her
parents when she was about six years old and has here lived all the time
except about eight years about the time of the war when she lived in Alabama.
That he has known Mrs. Susan Hester ever since she moved to Heard County.
A.N. Jones
Sworn to and subscribed before me January 31st 1893. G.A. Crain, Ordinary

January 20, 1893
State of Georgia, Heard County
Personally came before the undersigned Ordinary, L.J. M. Bell, known to the
attesting officer as a truthful witness entitled to full faith and credit as
such and who being duly sworn according to law says on oath that to his own
personaly knowledge, Mrs. Susan Hester widow of Pleasant Hester is a native of
the State of Georgia, that she was born and raised in Georgia. L.J.M. Bell.
Sworn to and subscribed before me January 20th 1893. G.A. Crain, Ordinary

January 8, 1907
For Widow's Heretofore Allowed Pensions
State of Georgia, County of Heard
Personally comes Susan Hester, who being sworn says on oath that she is a bona
fide resident of said County of Heard, State of Georgia, and that she has
resided in said State continuously ever since her birth April 5, 1827; that
she is the widow of P.H. Hester, who was a soldier in Company F of the 25th
Regiment of Alabama Volunteers that lost his life on the 25 day of July 1864;
While in the city of Atlanta he was shot with minnie ball through
the body and then on the battle field died of said wound on July 25, 1864.
That she was born in Newton County, Georgia.
Deponent swears that she was the wife of said deceased soldier during his
service as a soldier and that she has never married since his death aforesaid;
that she became his wife in the year 1850. That Georgia is her home and she
resided in this State the 23rd day of December 1890 and has not lived in any
other State or locality since that date. I have ben allowed a pension as a
resident of Heard County for the year ending Feb 15th 1896 and now apply for
thepension provided by law for the year ending Feb 15th 1897. Susan Hester,
X, her mark
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8 day of January 1897. Robt G Crain,
Ordinary

January 7, 1899
For Widow's Heretofore Allowed Pensions
State of Georgia, County of Heard
Personally comes Mrs. Susan Hester, who being sworn says on oath that she is a
bona fide resident of said County of Heard, State of Georgia; that she is the
widow of P.H. Hester, who was a soldier in Company F of the 25th Ala Vols.;
that he lost his life on the 25th day of July 1864: He was shot by a minnie
ball on the 25th July 1864 and killed on the battle field at Atlanta, GA.
I have been allowed a pension of $60. as a resident of Heard County for the
year ending Feb 15th 1898 and now apply for the pension provided by law for
the year ending Feb 15, 1899. Susan Hester, X, her mark
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of January 1899. Robt G Crain,
Ordinary of Heard County

January 3, 1902
For Widow's Heretofore Allowed Pensions
State of Georgia, Heard County
Personally comes Mrs. Susan Hester who being sworn says on oath that she has
resided in said State continuously ever since birth 5th April 1827; that she
is the widow of Pleasant H. Hester who was a soldier in Co
F of the 25th Regiment of Alabama Volunteers; that he lost his life on the
25th day of July 1864; Was shot and killed on battle field by a minnie ball
while in the Battle at Atlanta. I have been paid a pension as a resident of
Heard County for the year ending Dec 31, 1901 and now apply for the pension
provided by law for the year ending Dec 31, 1902. Susan Hester, X, her mark
Sworn to adn subscribed before me this 3 day of January 1902. Robt G Crain,
Ordinary

 
 
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 Parents:
  Pleasant H. Hester (1827 - 1864)
  Susan Hudson Hester (1827 - ____)
 
 Spouse:
  Sherrod J. Warren (1850 - 1933)
 
 Children:
  William Warren (1875 - 1962)*
  Uriah George Warren (1877 - 1937)*
  John Henry Warren (1879 - 1948)*
  Eugenia 'Genia' O Warren Whitehead (1880 - 1962)*
  Lavisie Mahala Warren Boyd (1883 - 1954)*
  Sherrod Plase Warren (1888 - 1931)*
  Susan Virgil Warren Shirey (1890 - 1976)*
  Benjamin Brittion Warren (1899 - 1980)*
 
 Siblings:
  Lavisie Mahala Hester Warren (1854 - 1924)
  Abram James Hester (1857 - 1930)*
  Pernina O. Hester Hammond (1860 - 1933)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: I did not find a foot marker for Lavisie.
 
Burial:
Bethesda Cemetery
Carroll County
Georgia, USA
 
Created by: Cameron-Ashley Heath
Record added: Dec 01, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101551057
Lavisie Mahala Vicie <i>Hester</i> Warren
Added by: Cameron-Ashley Heath
 
Lavisie Mahala Vicie <i>Hester</i> Warren
Added by: Don Sharp
 
 
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