|Birth: ||Jun. 27, 1857|
|Death: ||Dec. 19, 1931|
At least two of Imogene's G-Grandfathers fought in the War of the Revolution. G-Grandfather Basil Lamar fought under the command of Elijah Clark, along with two of his brothers, John and Zachariah Lamar. Her G-Grandfather, Minor Winn, as well as Minor Winn's father, John, were associated with the South Carolina Militia. The town of Winnsboro, Fairfield County, SC, is named for the Winn family.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume 98, page 142. Mrs. Imogene Lamar Etheridge DAR ID Number 97456.
From: Men of Mark in Georgia Vol 6---"On October 16, 1884, Mr. Etheridge was married to Miss Imogene Lamar, daughter of Doctor Thomas Lamar, of Americus. They have one son, William Lamar Etheridge, a live young man, who is assisting his father".
Thomas Cato Lamar (1819 - 1863)
Mary Elizabeth Smith Lamar (1834 - 1878)
Frank Scarborough Etheridge (1857 - 1942)*
William Lamar Etheridge (1889 - 1931)*
Orfila Voisian Lamar (1848 - 1933)*
Mary Viola Lamar (1848 - 1859)*
Charles Winn Lamar (1853 - 1912)*
Imogene Lamar Etheridge (1857 - 1931)
Peter Lamar aka Cook Farnum (1858 - 1916)*
Jackson City Cemetery
Maintained by: Thomas Lamar Farnum Jr
Originally Created by: rhondajo
Record added: Dec 31, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 63562064