|Birth: ||Apr. 14, 1804|
|Death: ||Sep. 23, 1887|
Son of William and Mary Hannah (Pearce) McCall
Married 1st., ...
Husband of Temperance (Boynton) McCall ~ married February 01, 1835, Houston Co., GA
Married 2nd., ...
Husband of Lucinda Ann (Tharp) McCall ~ married April 11, 1839, Twiggs Co., GA. Added 1 Dec 2011: They had two children: Jeremiah Kossuth and Nettie. Charles was the son of William McCall and Mary Pearce.
Provided by FAG Contributor John Malloy:
"Death of a Good Citizen. // News of the death of Judge C. H. McCALL, of Marion county, reached the city yesterday. Judge McCALL was about 80 years of age, and was one of the best and most highly honored citizens of Marion county. He formerly represented the county in the legislature. He leaves five children [sic - looks like six are named], Mr. K. H. McCALL, of Atlanta; Mrs. Wesley JEFFERSON, Mrs. R. E. CLEMENTS, Mrs. E. M. THARPE, Mr. Horace McCALL and Miss Nettie McCALL, of Buena Vista." [Columbus (GA) Enquirer-Sun newspaper, Thursday, 29 SEP 1887, p. 8.]
From "A Rockaway in Talbot: Travels in an Old Georgia County," Volume II (1985), by William H. Davidson, p. 150: "Known to later generations as Williams Mill, an earlier mill owned by John DENNIS stood on a tributary of Hackosofkee Creek in Land Lot No. 286, 16th Land District, when Hiram KNOWLTON, John C. BOYNTON and Charles H. McCALL bought it in 1841. // The mill was known as Knowlton & Boynton Mill when offered for sale by Richard W. ROLFE in the Columbus Enquirer for December 18, 1855, as 'valuable set of Mills, which are in successful operation, two miles east of Centreville, formerly Knowlton & Boynton's Mills, in an excellent neighborhood for grain and on a never failing streamm together with 12 acres of land, more or less.'" P. 351 of the same volume tells us that, "In 1841, Hiram KNOWLTON, John C. BOYNTON and Charles H. McCALL purchased 205 acres of land more or less, in the 16th Land District, consisting of Land Lot No. 286, and 'full and sufficient water privileges to Land Lot No. 287 for raising water to work the mill now standing, or any machinery that may be established on the adjacent shoal....' The partners paid $3,627 for the mill and land, by deed dated January 12, 1841." On p. 228 of same, regarding the community of Centreville: "Charles H. McCALL was appointed postmaster October 30, 1838 and served until the appointment of Joseph M. ROBERTS on January 9, 1844."
"ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.--Agreeably to an order from the inferior court of Talbot county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, will be sold at the court-house in Talbotton, Talbot county, Ga., on the first Tuesday in February next, within the legal hours of sale, the store-house and lot in Centreville, in said county, recently occupied by Boynton & McCall, and the undivided one half of the lot adjoining on the south, numbers not known, as the property of John C. BOYNTON, deceased, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased. // CHARLES H. McCALL, Adm'r. // REBECCA BOYNTON, Adm'x." [Columbus (GA) Enquirer newspaper, 05 JAN 1847, p. 4. John C. BOYNTON (1801-1845) was Charles McCALL's brother-in-law; Rebecca (STINSON) BOYNTON was John's widow. The store in Centreville is discussed in Rockaway, Vol. II, p. 228.]
Wm. McCall (1732 - ____)
Mary Hannah Pearce McCall (1793 - ____)
Temperance Boynton McCall (1816 - 1847)*
Lucinda Ann Tharp McCall (1820 - 1883)*
Georgia Ann McCall Tharp (1841 - 1861)*
Tabitha McCall Tharpe (1844 - 1924)*
Maintained by: Denny Roach
Originally Created by: Georgia Girl
Record added: Apr 15, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68411865
Rest in peace - Was the 2nd husband of 1st cousin 4x removed.|
Added: Dec. 1, 2011
Added: Apr. 15, 2011