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|Georgia Girl||Emeline G "Emme" (Harper) Tomlinson|
John, Forgot to mention she is buried in Bethany Cemetery. Carol
|Georgia Girl||Emeline G. "Emma" Harper (m. Leonard Pinkney Tomlinson) ~ #9538847|
John, Just found her recently and have no idea who were her parents. I'm the contributor of her son, Ernest Poole Tomlinson (#139399858), m. Annie Ruth Coggins, #86106024). The other two children were: Johnnie T. and Minnie Mae Tomlinson. Hope you and Susan had a Merry Christmas. Carol
|Georgia Girl||Oops ...|
Went (not when) to Hancock County. Left a little after 8 and got there around 10 and was little confused about the directions. Finally met up with Jim (he is not related) and a friend, Martha Harris (she is related in some round about way to Absalom Harris, "RWS", m. Elizabeth Tarver & Clara Jeter. She is descended from the Harris family in a round about way. Got home going on 7.
|Georgia Girl||Capt. Judkins Hunt|
John, On Wed. 24 when out to Hancock County and met up with James "Jim" Read. He lives on Lake Sinclair and he knew exactly where to go looking for the Hunts. Although much has changed over the years and recently the names of the roads. Never found actually four the Hunts property and where they are buried. Other than Jim knew the location of Fort Creek and approximately when they lived. Spent much of the day looking for other related relatives (Harper, Allen & Alfriend)and discovered where they are buried. Carol
|On the Trail||RE: Marcus DeLafayette Long|
Thanks for your reply. I didnt think it was him but thought Id ask just to be sure. Turns out the MD Im looking for from Co D 16th Georgia Infantry was actually named Meads D. Looney. The name appears on the roster as Long but when I checked the Fold 3 records, it is actually Looney. I have created a virtual cemetery of all the members of the 16th Georgia that I can locate. SO far I have located and added nearly 275 men. No record located for the MD Looney burial. Thanks again for your reply.
|On the Trail||Marcus DeLafayette Long|
I noticed where you added a photo of this man and mentioned he was your gg grandfather. I was just wondering if you happen to know if he is the MD Long listed on the roster of 16th Georgia Infantry Company D "Danielsville Guard" which was organized in Madison County GA? Listed on the roster as follows:
Long, M. D.- private August 5, 1861. Wounded and permanently disabled at Gettysburg, Pa. July 2,1863.
|Georgia Girl||Harris Cemetery, Shoulderbone, Hancock Co., GA|
John ~ Just thought I'd add that this same Harris family has a connection going way back to William Harris (m. Alice Smythe) the parents to Sarah Anne Harris, 1st. wife of William Hunt, Sr. (m. 2nd., Judith Burton), s/o Rev. Robert Hunt, Chaplaain of Jamestown Colony and Elizabeth Edwards. Don't suppose Capt. Judkins Hunt, Sr., "RWS" and his wife Martha Batte could be buried in this same cemetery. TTYS! Carol
|Georgia Girl||Save the Hunt House (FB ~ incl. video)|
This is the Hunts in Jones County their plantation was known as "Elmcroft (Built 1810). It was original the home of Thomas and Sarah "Sallie" Trippe (Pope) Hunt and later their son, Gen. Jesse Middleton (C.S.A.) and Mary (Carver) Hunt. It's Henry Carver Hunt (in video) the great grandson who is drying to save the "Civil War Hunt house from destruction. The Hunt family cemetery is some distance from the house (f.a.g.).
I took a picture of your requested - Mitti Milam-Toney today and while I was there took pictures of her parents - William and Emily J Milam and have added these pictures to their memorials. I also took pictures of Walter Henry Milam and Mary Francis Stevens Milam but I see you already have one on his memorial. I can email it to you if you would like any of these.
|Georgia Girl||John Hunt|
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