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Margot Hudson (#47074103)
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Georgia Girl
Hancock Family
Margot, Oops ... Clement Hancock, III (m. Mary Renfroe), Unity and Joel's parents, Warren (later Greene) Co., GA. Clement Hancocok, III s/o Clement Hancock, II "RWS"(m. prob. Mary Harrison, d/o unk.).
Added by Georgia Girl on Jan 28, 2015 3:45 AM
Georgia Girl
Hancock Family
Unity Hancock has been a "mystery" for many years ago, someone though she was a Spurlock (not Hancock). It was from the LDS rec'ds., that I discovered she was a Hancock and had died in Fayette Co., GA. Believe it's also showing she was born in Greene (later Hancock) Co., GA. I'm definitely sure she was the sister of Joel Hancock. When it comes to her parents it is still "questionable." Just hoping someone will come up with proof/documentation as to who they were. Made a trip to Hancock County in Sept. and met up with James "Jim" Read. He is a volunteer fireman and on that they he was one of many who fought the fire at the Courthouse. He took me all over the county and we found only where Capt. Judkins Hunt, "RWS" cabin might have been near Fort Creek. The only tombstones we discovered were the Harpers and Harris family Cemeteries. Benjamin Franklin Harper and Sgt. Henry Harris, "RWS." We did not pursue looking in Sparta City Cemetery. Some time back Jim took a photo of Henry Alexander Hunt, Sr. "CSA" (m. Mariah "Cherokee Mariah Lilly" Hunt, slave), tombstone (Find A Grave), he is buried in Sparta City Cemetery Cemetery. Sorry to not to be any help you regarding Clement Hancock (III) wife. But, I'm definitely sure Unity's "maiden name" was Hancock. Just remembered, James Hunt, s/o Capt. Judkins Hunt, Sr. and Martha Batte and bro./o Judkins Hunt, Jr. It was James (f/o Henry Alexander Hunt, C.S.A.) who inherited the Capt. Judkins Hunt's plantation. He married Nancy Harrison Mitchell, d/o Gen. Henry Mitchell (buried in Sparta City Cemetery) and Frances "Fannie" Hobbs, d/o Thomas and Sarah (Harrison) Hobbs. Sarah (Hobbs) Mitchell was Pres. William Henry Harrison's aunt. This possible a connection to the Hancock/Harrison connection???. Glad to hear from you!
Added by Georgia Girl on Jan 28, 2015 3:14 AM
Kathryn Thaggard Photo
Thanks for catching my "oops" on the memorial picture. Fixed it.

Fixed the one on Coyt, also.

Two oops done away with.

Keep up the sharp eyes. It's why I keep the pics on file.

Added by Mimosa on Dec 31, 2014 7:37 AM
Vickie Oates Woods
RE: Marshall Greene
His daughter is a facebook friend of mine and I added her mother when she passed. According to Ancestry, his parents were William Scott Green 1888-1964 and Bessie Parrott Green 1892-1924. Hope that helps you. Thank you for your message and it was nice to meet you.

Sincerely, Vickie
Added by Vickie Oates Woods on Dec 07, 2014 8:47 PM
Michael Bell
Grave photo

Thanks for all your help and the grave photo.


Added by Michael Bell on Oct 28, 2014 4:10 PM
RE: Sarah & Wm Jones
Yes, I would love to have Sarah and William's memorials transferred to me. Thank you so much. Best regards. . .
Added by Taddy on Oct 27, 2014 4:15 PM
Michael Bell
Claude Nathan Morris

Thanks so much for the information. It helps me so in connecting them.

Added by Michael Bell on Oct 25, 2014 9:21 AM
C. T. Lewis
Find A Grave memorial for Max Parker.
The obit has been added.
Added by C. T. Lewis on Oct 19, 2014 2:42 PM
C. T. Lewis
Find A Grave memorial for Herbert Moon

This is a good question, probably only answered by a tombstone photo or two.

My information came from a cemetery survey by Alan Anderson Mar. 27-28,1990 and July 4,2001 in the Masonic Section of the Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Here's his listings for the Moons in that cemetery:

> David Roy MOON 1967 "Our Son"
> Frances O. MOON 1921-(NDD)
> Herbert W. MOON, Jr. 1919-(NDD)
> Jack Britton MOON, Jr. 1975-1975 "Our Son"

With two infant sons buried in Sunset and apparently spaces or incomplete markers for the two parents, you would think that's where they are buried.

But only a final tombstone photo would be the convincing evidence. Your thoughts?

Turner Lewis
Added by C. T. Lewis on Oct 16, 2014 12:34 AM
Craig H. Trout
Shubael HAWES
Hi Margot,

Thank you for your very interesting note regarding Shubael HAWES.

Yes, there is much confusion on the multiple individuals named Schubael HAWES, many of which are in some way related and I about went cross-eyed trying to make sense of some of the published genealogies, especially when they did not always agree among themselves, nor always agree with the inscriptions on found gravestones. I regret to say that I am currently on travel for work and do not have my files close at hand, but if I recall correctly, I was ultimately able to work this out using DAR applications and related documentation that seemed a bit more reliable then some of the published genealogies. I don't doubt anyone's best intentions, I just reached different research conclusions based on primary sources and evidence-based research.

I will make a note to myself to look at this more closely and provide you additional details once I am back off travel and time permits.

Added by Craig H. Trout on Aug 23, 2014 10:58 AM
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