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Georgia Girl (#46981215)
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Bio Photo My name is Carol and have lived in Georgia all my life. Residing in N.E. Atlanta for many years and grew up in Hapeville, Georgia.

My Dad began this amazing journey in finding our heritage. While on this journey we had discovered so many relatives and friends.

Peternal Lineage ...

Hape ~ Rogers ~ Puderbach ~ Putnam ~ Hall ~ Naill ~ Ecker ~ Engel ~ Reifsnider ~ King ~ Robbins ~ Thompson ...

Maternal Lineage ...

Hunt ~ Edwards ~ Harris ~ Brown ~ Clay ~ Simmons ~ Wingate ~ Maddox/Maddux ~ Knott ~ LeSueur ~ Stinson ~ Bryant ~ Harper ~ Wyatt ~ Tyler ~ Strother ~ Shy/Shi ~ Chastain ~ Hancock ~ Batte ~ Birchett/Burchett ~ Judkins ~ Polk ~ McLarty ~ Eidson ~ Daniell ...

Most of these memorials are based on personal research from my family history (birth, death, marriage, military & other records). Other information was taken from grave markers or obituaries that I've discovered over the years. Cannot guarantee the accuracy of all these memorials, but believe most of them to be correct.

Will be glad to make memorial transfers upon request that is if related. Would very much like to hear from you and should you have any additional information and if there are any corrections to be made, please let me know.

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billyg
RE: Confederates in Windersville
Thanks for the proper spelling. I'll do what I can to change it on the memorial. My daughter-in-law says we are descended from the French Huguenots too.

If you know of ant descendents of Lesueur please give them my email. We are planning a ceremony in October.

Billy

Added by billyg on Apr 19, 2014 3:01 PM
Mayberrygal
William Redding
I found your Revolutionary War tribute to William Redding, my 5th great grandfather. Would love to have any info you have on him.

Thanks,
Sandy Redding Bell
Mayberrygal
Added by Mayberrygal on Apr 19, 2014 1:13 PM
billyg
Confederates in Winterville
Georgia Girl,

I am in the process of placing a confederate memorial in the Winterville Cemetery. I am looking for any descendants if these soldiers. If you have information please contact me at billyg@uga.edu. I'm hoping some of the descendents would like to come to the ceremony, and possibly participate. I'd also like a correct spelling for Lessier/Lesueur?

Billy
Added by billyg on Apr 19, 2014 9:22 AM
Shirley Bray
Chastain
Would you please contact me about a family crest you added to the memorial of William Cleveland Chastain? Thanks.
Added by Shirley Bray on Apr 19, 2014 8:50 AM
Darrel D LeSueur
RE: Great Grandparents
My great great grandfather and grandmother were John LeSueur (no middle name) and Caroline LeGresley LeSueur. They are from the Jersey Islands and converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon Church) and came to America 1855. They went by river boats and also horse and wagon across the United States, starting on the East Coast and ending up in Utah. John and Caroline's two sons John Taylor LeSueur and William Francis LeSueur (my great grandfather) moved their families to Arizona in 1879. I live her in Arizona along with many other LeSueurs. The LeSueur name is very well known here since William Francis LeSueur and John Taylor LeSueur helped settle the town here in Mesa, Arizona. The street in downtown Mesa that the Arizona Temple sits on is named LeSueur Street.
Added by Darrel D LeSueur on Apr 17, 2014 11:47 AM
Darrel D LeSueur
RE: LeSueur Family
That's great. Do you know who your great grandparents are?

Added by Darrel D LeSueur on Apr 16, 2014 6:07 PM
Jim Morell
John LeSueur
Thanks for the update. I also corrected the year of John's birth from 1913 to 1813 - apparently a typo from the original writer.
Stay well.
Jim Morell
Added by Jim Morell on Apr 16, 2014 10:44 AM
Eric Witt
Direct descendant of John Booth
Through the research of my father and I and with the help of ancestry.com we found John Booth to be my 7th great grandfather.
Added by Eric Witt on Apr 15, 2014 11:30 AM
J. Hardaway
RE: Daniel Booth
The Booth connection is interesting. I will look at them some more. I have ordered the Michael Curtis Hunt Bible from LDS. I am hoping "Yubana" is actually Juliana (I call her Julia Ann). She is my great x3 grandmother. Hopefully the Bible copy is handwritten and not transcribed.
Also, have you run across the Simmons name? I suspect Michael Curtis Hunt was married to a Simmons, but maybe Mary Ann Dixon was a second/ first wife, or her maiden name is actually Simmons.
Added by J. Hardaway on Apr 14, 2014 8:29 AM
virginia
Wilkins Harper, Sr.
I have the marriage information on the 2nd marriage, to Ann Farley (which I got from the Lawrence Co Archives, Moulton Alabama. He died within 6 months it seems as she remarried by the end of 1828.


Lawrence County Archives, Moulton. Alabama.

Marriage 3 ring notebooks, copies of original marriage licenses from courthouse.

[Printed license, with handwritten information]

Marriage Bond:
The State of Alabama. Lawrence County.

To any of the Judges of said state, any Justice of the Peace of said county, or any ordained Minister of the Gospel legally authorised:
These are to authorize you, or any of you, to solemnize the rites of Matrimony between Wilkins Harper and Ann Farley of said county, agreeable to the statute in such case made and provided.
Given at the office of the Clerk of the County Court of said county the 29th day of January 1828. Andrew C. Horn, Clerk.
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Marriage License Wilkins Harper to Ann Farley January 29, 1828

Executed on the 21st Jan'y 1828. T. Saunders
Recorded in Marriage License Book C Page 148

Know all men by these presents, That we, Wilkins Harper and Charley Person of Lawrence County, State of Alabama, are held and firmly bound unto the Governor of said State, for the time being, and his successors in office, in the sum of two hundred dollars, for the use of said State --for the due payment whereof, we hereby bind ourselves and our heirs, jointly and severally.
Witness our hands and seals this 29th day of January 1828 The condition of the above obligation is such:
That the said Wilkins Harper hath this day prayed a License from the Clerk of the County Court of Lawrence County, to be married to Ann Farley. Now if there is no lawful cause to obstruct said marriage, then the above obligation to be voicd, otherwise to remain in full force.

Wilkins Harper
Ch. Person
Added by virginia on Apr 13, 2014 4:11 AM
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