Polly Guin1

F, #3331
Relationship
4th great-grandaunt of Lester Milton Barlow
     Polly Guin was the daughter of Daniel Guin and Elizabeth <...>.

Citations

  1. [S661] Virginia Corley Lloyd, "Proctor, William, Family History Papers". Received copy from Virginia Lloyd. Hereinafter cited as "Proctor, William, Family History Papers."

William Guin1

M, #3332
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
     William Guin was the son of Daniel Guin and Elizabeth <...>.

Citations

  1. [S661] Virginia Corley Lloyd, "Proctor, William, Family History Papers". Received copy from Virginia Lloyd. Hereinafter cited as "Proctor, William, Family History Papers."

? Proctor

M, #3333, b. circa 1790
Relationship
3rd great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Proctor Descendants
     ? Proctor was born circa 1790 in Edgecombe Co., NC.1 He was the son of Stephen Proctor and Susannah Guin.

Citations

  1. [S661] Virginia Corley Lloyd, "Proctor, William, Family History Papers". Received copy from Virginia Lloyd. Hereinafter cited as "Proctor, William, Family History Papers."

Ann Proctor

F, #3334, b. circa 1798
Relationship
3rd great-grandaunt of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Proctor Descendants
     Ann Proctor was born circa 1798.1 She was the daughter of Stephen Proctor and Susannah Guin.

Ann Proctor was living in Monroe Co., GA, in 1824.1

Ann Proctor married Robert Hill McCollum on 14 Feb 1843 in Monroe Co., GA.2,3,1

Citations

  1. [S661] Virginia Corley Lloyd, "Proctor, William, Family History Papers". Received copy from Virginia Lloyd. Hereinafter cited as "Proctor, William, Family History Papers."
  2. [S938] Georgia Virtual Vault, Monroe County Georgia Marriage Book, Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA, Marriage Book 1824-1845, p. 212. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co. GA Marriage Book.
  3. [S797] Transcribed by Sheila Schmutz, Monroe Co., GA GenWeb - Marriages 1824-1850 (url:http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/monroe).

Robert Hill McCollum1

M, #3336, d. before 1850
     Moved to Coweta Co., GA.1

Robert Hill McCollum married Ann Proctor, daughter of Stephen Proctor and Susannah Guin, on 14 Feb 1843 in Monroe Co., GA.2,3,1

Robert Hill McCollum died before 1850.1

Citations

  1. [S661] Virginia Corley Lloyd, "Proctor, William, Family History Papers". Received copy from Virginia Lloyd. Hereinafter cited as "Proctor, William, Family History Papers."
  2. [S938] Georgia Virtual Vault, Monroe County Georgia Marriage Book, Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA, Marriage Book 1824-1845, p. 212. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co. GA Marriage Book.
  3. [S797] Transcribed by Sheila Schmutz, Monroe Co., GA GenWeb - Marriages 1824-1850 (url:http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/monroe).

Rebecca Proctor

F, #3337, b. 2 May 1829, d. 25 Feb 1905
Relationship
2nd great-grandaunt of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Proctor Descendants
     Rebecca Proctor was born on 2 May 1829 in GA.1,2 Alternatively, Rebecca Proctor was born on 2 May 1823 in GA.3,4 She was the daughter of David Daniel Guin Proctor and Sarah Stephens.

Rebecca Proctor married John Wilson Webb on 13 Jan 1848 in Monroe Co., GA.5 Rebecca Proctor was enumerated in the census of 1850 in Monroe Co., GA in the household of John Wilson Webb. Rebecca Proctor was enumerated in the census of 1860 in Monroe Co., GA in the household of John Wilson Webb.

Rebecca Proctor was widowed on 9 Jun 1864.1 She was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1870 in Monroe Co., GA. She was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1880 in Monroe Co., GA.6

Rebecca Proctor applied for a widow's pension on 7 Apr 1891 in Monroe Co., GA, for her husband's service in the CSA, in Company H, 32nd Regiment of Georgia Volunteers. He was killed on 9 Jun 1864, between Charleston, SC and Columbia, SC, in a train accident while guarding Federal prisoners. Her widow's pension was approved 1891-1905.1 She was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1900 in Evers, Monroe Co., GA.7

Rebecca Proctor died on 25 Feb 1905 at age 75.4,3 She was buried in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA.2,4

Child of Rebecca Proctor and John Wilson Webb

Citations

  1. [S927] Georgia, Confederate Pension Applications, 1879-1960 (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com) URL: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/; Original data: Confederate Pension Applications, Georgia Confederate Pension Office, RG 58-1-1, Georgia Archives.
  2. [S661] Virginia Corley Lloyd, "Proctor, William, Family History Papers". Received copy from Virginia Lloyd. Hereinafter cited as "Proctor, William, Family History Papers."
  3. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 684 in the cemetery section. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  4. [S190] Cemetery Marker in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA (organized 1823, Blount, GA., Forsyth to Indian Springs Road, GA 42).
  5. [S938] Georgia Virtual Vault, Monroe County Georgia Marriage Book, Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA, Marriage Book 1846-1852, p. 39. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co. GA Marriage Book.
  6. [S496] US1880.
  7. [S555] US1900.

John Wilson Webb

M, #3340, b. circa 1825, d. 9 Jun 1864
     John Wilson Webb was born circa 1825 in GA.1

John Wilson Webb married Rebecca Proctor, daughter of David Daniel Guin Proctor and Sarah Stephens, on 13 Jan 1848 in Monroe Co., GA.2 John Wilson Webb was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1850 in Monroe Co., GA with others in the household: Rebecca Proctor. John Wilson Webb was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1860 in Monroe Co., GA with others in the household: Rebecca Proctor.

John Wilson Webb began military service in Dec 1862 in GA in the CSA, in Company H, 32nd Regiment of Georgia Volunteers.3,4 His military service ended with his death, when he was killed on 9 Jun 1864, between Charleston, SC and Columbia, SC, in a train accident while guarding Federal prisoners.3

John Wilson Webb died on 9 Jun 1864 in SC.3,5 He was buried in John's Island, SC.5

Child of John Wilson Webb and Rebecca Proctor

Citations

  1. [S414] US1850.
  2. [S938] Georgia Virtual Vault, Monroe County Georgia Marriage Book, Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA, Marriage Book 1846-1852, p. 39. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co. GA Marriage Book.
  3. [S927] Georgia, Confederate Pension Applications, 1879-1960 (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com) URL: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/; Original data: Confederate Pension Applications, Georgia Confederate Pension Office, RG 58-1-1, Georgia Archives.
  4. [S56] Lillian Henderson, Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865 (Longino & Porter 1959-64; reprint Hapeville, GA: Georgia Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1994), [:CR:06 May 1862 Private
    -- Jun 1864 Killed at John's Island, SC while transporting prisoners
    . Hereinafter cited as Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of GA.
  5. [S661] Virginia Corley Lloyd, "Proctor, William, Family History Papers". Received copy from Virginia Lloyd. Hereinafter cited as "Proctor, William, Family History Papers."

Mary Margaret Webb

F, #3344, b. 1859, d. 1939
Relationship
1st cousin 3 times removed of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Proctor Descendants
     Mary Margaret Webb was born in 1859.1 She was the daughter of John Wilson Webb and Rebecca Proctor.

Mary Margaret Webb married ? Corley.

Mary Margaret Webb died in 1939.1

Citations

  1. [S661] Virginia Corley Lloyd, "Proctor, William, Family History Papers". Received copy from Virginia Lloyd. Hereinafter cited as "Proctor, William, Family History Papers."

? Corley

M, #3346
     ? Corley married Mary Margaret Webb, daughter of John Wilson Webb and Rebecca Proctor.

Adam Jones

M, #3347
Relationship
2nd great-grandfather of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Lester M. Barlow Pedigree
     Adam Jones married Lerisey <...> circa 1795 in SC.1,2 Adam Jones was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1820 in Laurens Co., GA.3

Adam Jones left a will dated 25 Nov 1828 in Laurens Co., GA. Heirs: Lerisey Jones, Jane Parramore, Ellen (Nellie) Jones, Margaret Jones, Lydia Crawford, Queen Ann Jones, Susan Jones, Delia Ann Jones, Holly Ann Jones, Laura Ann Jones, John Jones and Seaborn Jones, (his wife and eleven children.)4 His estate was probated in Mar 1829 in Laurens Co., GA.5,6

Adam Jones is mentioned in the Jones Family story.

Children of Adam Jones and Lerisey <...>

Citations

  1. [S1093] Brent Holcomb, Marriage and Death Notices from the Southern Christian Advocate (Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, c1979). Hereinafter cited as South Carolina Marriage and Death Notices.
  2. [S1607] "South Carolina Marriages, 1641-1965," Compilation, Hunting For Bears (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 3 Mar 2014), Citing Marriage and Death Notices from the Southern Christian Advocate, collected from various sources, This source cites The Southern Christian Advocate, which started in 1837. The marriage was around 1795, so was this a retrospective item? The bride's name is listed as Levicy, with no surname, and the groom as A. H. Jones. Adam's will names his wife as Lerisey, and among his children a son named Seaborn. The 1850 census shows a Head of Household named Levicey A. Jones and a male "Seabron" Jones.
  3. [S595] US1820, Possibly Adm, although first name hard to read. Has 10 children - 1m and 9f.
  4. [S1608] "Georgia, Probate Records, 1742-1990," Images, unindexed, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 1 Mar 2014), Citing Laurens County Georgia Court of Ordinary Wills Book 1 1809-1840, Will of Adam Jones, pp. 122-5.
  5. [S301] Henrietta Freeman, compiler, Laurens Co., GA Records: Wills 1809-1869 (Salt Lake City, UT: The New York Family History Center - LDS), Bk. I, p. 10. Hereinafter cited as Laurens Co., GA Records: Wills.
  6. [S719] Adam Jones will (25 Nov 1828), Will of Adam Jones: Nov. 25, 1828 - Feb 3, 1830. W. Lerisey. s. Seaborn E., s. John. d. Ellenor Ann, d. Holly Ann, d. Laura Ann, d. Delia Ann, d. Susan, d. Margaret, d. Queen Ann, d. Jane Passamore, d. Liddy Crawford. Exec. Benjamin Adams, Peter Adams, Jr. Wit: J Blackshear, Samuel Yopp, Maston .G. Oneal. (Seaborn E and John under 16 years). Will was probated March Term, 1829, Personal Library, Private address. Hereinafter cited as Will of Adam Jones.