|Birth: ||Apr. 4, 1818|
|Death: ||Apr. 11, 1893|
Daughter of John Brooks and Annice Watts Brooks. Married to David Lyle 29 Jan 1835 in Troup County, Georgia. Family is living in Coweta County, Georgia in 1840, 1850, 1860, and 1870 census records. In 1870 census is listed as Anna Lyles, widowed with three unmarried daughters, and three boarders.
Moved to Chattooga County, Georgia soon after the 1870 census and is found in 1880 census in Chattooga County with her youngest unmarried daughter, Alice Tallulah Lyle.
According to her obituary, she was the mother of twelve children in all. Six daughters lived to adulthood. There are census records for one daughter and one son who died young, totaling eight known children. The other four children are presumed to have died as young infants sometime during the 1840-1860 decades.
John Brooks (1785 - 1848)
Annice Watts Brooks (1793 - 1848)
David Lyle (1813 - 1869)*
Levia Ann Lyle Huggins (1836 - 1923)*
Infant Son Lyle (1838 - ____)*
Missouri A E Lyle (1842 - ____)*
Nancy Lavenia Lyle Dalton (1845 - 1920)*
Emily Josephine Lyle Ball (1847 - 1932)*
Martha J Lyle Beavers (1851 - 1934)*
Ellen E Lyle Johnson (1859 - 1948)*
Alice Tallulah Lyle Holland (1860 - 1932)*
Isaac R. Brooks (1808 - 1857)*
William Brooks (1810 - 1894)*
Henry Brooks (1816 - 1875)*
Annice Brooks Lyle (1818 - 1893)
Eliza Brooks Smith (1821 - 1901)*
Mary Ann Brooks Chandler (1824 - 1923)*
Martha Caroline Brooks McCombs (1825 - 1896)*
Lesley Jane Brooks Wilson (1828 - 1867)*
Emily Adaline Brooks Walston (1829 - 1866)*
Hannah Rilla Brooks Walston (1833 - 1897)*
To us, hard to give thee up, but Thy will, O God, be done.
Created by: Phyllis
Record added: May 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 36680671