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 George Washington Quattlebaum

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George Washington Quattlebaum

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NOTE: Double Springs Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery is in the NW corner of Chambers County, Alabama, near the community of Sparkling Springs. Double Springs Church moved from this site in Chambers County to another location in Tallapoosa County, and was renamed Darien.
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George W. Quattlebaum died sometime in the 1860s. One source has 1869, but I haven't seen proof of this yet.
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War of 1812 Service Record:

Name: George Quaddleboam
Company: YOUNGBLOOD'S REG'T, SOUTH CAROLINA MIL.
Rank - Induction: PRIVATE
Rank - Discharge: PRIVATE
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Double Springs (later Darien) Primitive Baptist Church Record:

The State of Alabama, Chambers County
April the 24th 1842

2nd. Opened a door for a reception of members and received by letter the following members, George Quattlebum and his wife Sarah Quattlebum and Elizabeth Stedham.
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Saturday, the 14th of May 1842:

4th. Elected the Brethren George Quattlebum and J. L. Bibby for deacons.
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September, 1842 Deceased Members List:

"Sister Sarah Quattlebaum"

(She appears to be the first member of the church to die.)
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May the 11th 1844:

2nd. Dismissed by letter Brother George Quattlebum.
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1810 Edgefield County, South Carolina Census:

George Quattlebaum
2 - males under 10
1 - male 16 to 25
1 - female 16 to 25

2 - Slaves
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1830 Edgefield County, South Carolina Census:

George Quattlebaum
1 - male under 5
1 - male 5 to 9
1 - male 10 to 14
1 - male 15 to 19
1 - male 20 to 29
1 - male 30 to 39
1 - female under 5
1 - female 5 to 9
1 - female 15 to 19
1 - female 20 to 29
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1840 Chambers County, Alabama Census:

George Quattlebaum
1 - male under 5
1 - male 10 to 14
1 - male 15 to 19
1 - male 50 to 59
1 - female under 5
1 - female 5 to 9
1 - female 10 to 14
1 - female 15 to 19
1 - female 30 to 39
1 - female 50 to 59

1 - male Slave under 10
1 - female Slave under 10
2 - female Slaves 24 to 35
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1850 Talladega County, Alabama Census:

#H1597

George Quattlebaum 63M Farmer Born SC
Elizabeth Prince 42F Born GA
James Prince 10M Born GA
Oliver Quattlebaum 13M Born AL
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1860 Chambers County, Alabama (Milltown) Census:

#H702

William A. Allen 35M Farmer P$100 Born GA
Mary A. Allen 33F Born SC
James Allen 15M Born AL
George W. Allen 13M Born AL
Sarah A. Allen 12F Born AL
John Allen 8M Born AL
Marten D. Allen 4M Born AL
Oliver W. Allen 1M Born AL
George W. Quattlebum 76M Born SC
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Inscription

Grave is possibly one of two large brick box tombs in the over grown cemetery with no identification.


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  • Created by: Churchwell
  • Added: 25 Mar 2011
  • Find A Grave Memorial 67451536
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for George Washington Quattlebaum (1787–1869), Find A Grave Memorial no. 67451536, citing Double Springs Primitive Baptist Cemetery, Chambers County, Alabama, USA ; Maintained by Churchwell (contributor 46607715) .