|Birth: ||Dec. 8, 1862|
|Death: ||Sep. 1, 1930|
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Mary Kesler Garrison was the only child of William H. & Judith Elizabeth Poole Kesler. Her father was killed during the Civil War at Vicksburg, MS and is buried in Potter's Field there.
Her children are: Mollie Ophelia; William Henry; Orpha Elizabeth; David Harrison; Josephine Estell; Annie Maranda & Fletcher Allister.
1860 United States Federal Census about Judah E Poole Age in 1860: 17 Birth Year: abt 1843 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Militia District 9, Banks, Georgia Gender: Female
Post Office: Nails Creek
Household Members: Name Age
George W Poole 48
Nancy Poole 38
William J e 19
Judah E Poole 17 mrd John Erwin Strange 2nd mrd lst Wm Henry Kesler killed CW
Obituary sent by: Evie Whitfield
Thursday, September 4, 1930
Mrs. M. K. Garrison Is Laid To Rest On Wednesday A.M.
Dr. W. H. Garrison was called to Athens, Monday, on account of the critical illness of his mother, Mrs. Mary Kesler Garrison, who had been ill for several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. H. Firor, suffering from an attack of pneumonia, resulting in her death about midnight, Monday.
Although Mrs. Garrison was a native of Banks county, for about sixteen years she was a resident of Cornelia with her husband, the late Mr. D. W. Garrison, and their family. She was in her sixty-ninth year.
Funeral services for Mrs. Garrison were held at eleven o'clock Wednesday morning at Nail's Creek Baptist church in Banks county, interment being made in the family burial lot there.
She is survived by three sons and four daughters as follows; Dr. W. H. Garrison, Clarkesville; Dr. D. H. Garrison, Tate; Mrs. Fletcher Garrison, Cornelia; Mrs. A. H. Cochran and Mrs. F. V. James, Atlanta; Mrs. G. H. Firor, Athens; and Mrs. J. A. Airial, Maysville.
David Washington Garrison (1859 - 1923)*
Orphah Elizabeth Garrison Ariail (1886 - 1974)*
Nails Creek Baptist Church Cemetery
Created by: Elizabeth Marlow O.
Record added: Oct 25, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12162667