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Sam Wehunt (#46796014)
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Chuck Garland
RE: Cemetery Photo
No do not keep photos you are more than welcome to use any photos you like too
Added by Chuck Garland on Dec 10, 2014 1:59 PM
RE: D M Nalley
I'll try to copy & post a picture.

Added by M C on Nov 23, 2014 2:21 PM
Philip Wehunt
Grady Eugene Wehunt
He and Jackie were my paternal grandparents.
Added by Philip Wehunt on Nov 09, 2014 12:44 AM
RE: Rev Robert Ernest White
Picture is posted on website.


Added by M C on Jul 29, 2014 12:09 PM
RE: Rev Robert Ernest White
Find A Grave Memorial# 56815962

Picture is now posted of Rev White
Added by M C on Jul 10, 2014 3:48 PM
Virginia Wilson Bailey
Emory Speer Wehunt

The information that I have came from and research in Georgia.

Emory S. was in Bowling Green, Oglethorpe, GA. in 1910.

WW I Draft Registration Card, 1917-1918
Oglethorpe Co., GA. FHL Roll Number: 1558465.

Certificate of Death # 5126. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Cleveland County, NC. Father, Emory Wehunt.

Joseph Wilson & Martha J. Morrison married in Gwinnett County, Georgia Dec. 14, 1865 bk. 3 pg. 841.

J.J. Wilson & Melvina McElreath married in Gwinnett County, Georgia March 4, 1897 bk. 8 pg. 146.

I will take another look for his parents when time permits.

Thanks for the additional information.
Added by Virginia Wilson Bailey on Apr 22, 2014 10:26 AM
Virginia Wilson Bailey
Emory Spear Wehunt
Emory was born Feb. 27, 1877 in Oglethorpe Co. Georgia He died March 14, 1951 in Cleveland County, North Carolina. He married Vinnie Magnolia McElreath Wilson.

Emory's Death Certificate states that his father is Emory Wehunt and mother is unknown. It is possible that Emory S. Wehunt was a Jr.

Emory S. was shown as a blacksmith and a farmer. He had three fingers missing from his left hand. He was tall, stout, blue eyes and light hair. In 1917 he was living in Lexington, Oglethorpe County, Georgia and maarried to Vinnie

Vinnie married Joseph Jefferson Wilson shortly after his wife Martha J. Morrison died November 9, 1896. She is buried in Union Grove Cemetery, Gwinnett County, Georgia along with their son George and his family.

Martha and Joseph had John N. Wilson b. 1859 and George W. Wilson b.1866. There could have been other children that I haven't found yet.

Vinnie and Joseph had two children one was Sallie Wilson Walton b. Cleveland County, North Carolina. Joseph died on March 17, 1900 in Georgia and is buried in Harmony Grove Cemetery, Auburn, Barrow County, Georgia.

Joseph J. Wilson served in the Civil War in a Tennessee Regt. He faught for the CSA.

Maybe you can take some of this information and use it to find Emory's parents. Good Luck!

Virginia Wilson Bailey
Added by Virginia Wilson Bailey on Apr 20, 2014 5:21 PM
Virginia Wilson Bailey
Emory Spear Wehunt
Sam, It is late tonight! I think that I can help you when I get out my notes. So just keep the faith!

Vinnie his wife was married to my Wilson relative at one time and had two children by him in Georgia.

I will send you a message tomorrow afternoon!

Added by Virginia Wilson Bailey on Apr 19, 2014 10:57 PM
F Chambers
RE: Grady Eugene Wehunt
I do have an Oma who was my 2nd cousin, twice removed; however, her maiden name was Chambers. However, I have not found the identity of her spouse nor any other info on her except that she was the daughter of Thomas Chambers and Alice Maxwell Chambers. Who knows? I have relatives scattered all over the North Georgia mountains. We could be related.
Added by F Chambers on Apr 17, 2014 1:02 PM
F Chambers
RE: Grady Eugene Wehunt
Well, some of my ancestors lived in Lumpkin County during the mid 1800s - my GG Grandfather specifically. Some of my GG Uncles lived there also. They were gold minders, wagonmakers, etc.
Added by F Chambers on Apr 16, 2014 1:47 PM
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