Eunice Callaway

F, #1670, b. 19 Jul 1779, d. 1848
Relationship
3rd great-grandaunt of Beryl Virginia Burns
     Eunice Callaway was born on 19 Jul 1779.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson.

Eunice Callaway married Rev. John Milner, son of John Milner and Elizabeth Godwin, on 24 Dec 1795.4,2

Eunice Callaway died in 1848.3

Children of Eunice Callaway and Rev. John Milner

Citations

  1. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8, gives exact date. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.
  2. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  3. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 602. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  4. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers, p. 8.

Mary (Polly) Callaway1

F, #1671, b. 1 Jun 1784
Relationship
3rd great-grandaunt of Beryl Virginia Burns
     Mary (Polly) Callaway was born on 1 Jun 1784.2 She was the daughter of Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson.

Mary (Polly) Callaway married John (Macajah?) Williamson.1,2

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  2. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.

Joseph Henderson Callaway1

M, #1672, b. 27 Dec 1786, d. 1819
Relationship
3rd great-granduncle of Beryl Virginia Burns
     Joseph Henderson Callaway was born on 27 Dec 1786.2 He was the son of Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson.

Joseph Henderson Callaway married Susannah <...>.2

Joseph Henderson Callaway died in 1819.2

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  2. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.

Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway

M, #1673, b. 30 May 1789, d. 29 May 1854
Relationship
3rd great-granduncle of Beryl Virginia Burns
     Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway was born on 30 May 1789 in Wilkes Co., GA.1,2,3 He was the son of Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson.

Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway married first Mary (Polly) Milner, daughter of Deacon Pitt Milner and Apsilla Holmes, on 12 Feb 1811.4,5,2,1 Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1820 in Wilkes Co., GA.6 Joshua was a Baptist preacher, ordained at Sardis Church in 1820 in Jones Co., GA.7

Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway was widowed in 1826.5

Joshua's second marriage was to Elizabeth Shivers, daughter of Willis Shivers, on 15 Nov 1827.5,8 Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1830 in Henry Co., GA.9

Joshua's third marriage was to Mary McCoy, daughter of Abner McCoy, on 15 Nov 1832.1,8,5 Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1840 in Henry Co., GA.10 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1850 in Fayette Co., GA, with others in the household: Mary McCoy, Willis Joshua Callaway, Elizabeth Shivers Callaway, Eliza E. Callaway, Andecee G. Callaway, Jacob King Callaway, DeLamastic Callaway and Ellen Wilie Jourdan Callaway.11

Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway died on 29 May 1854 in Jonesboro, Clayton Co., GA, at age 64.2,12

Children of Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway and Mary (Polly) Milner

Children of Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway and Elizabeth Shivers

Children of Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway and Mary McCoy

Citations

  1. [S791] Joshua Sanford Callaway & Mary (Polly) Milner, Joshua S. Callaway Family Bible, Monroe Co., GA GenWeb url: http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/monroe/bibles/callaway.txt ; Mrs. Cecil T. Hays, Atlanta, GA. Hereinafter cited as Joshua S. Callaway Family Bible.
  2. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  3. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8, gives place. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.
  4. [S1007] Apsylla Holmes Milner will (wr. 18 May 1853; re. 1 May 1854), Will of Apsylla Holmes Milner (Henry-Wilkes-Lincoln County GaArchives Wills), Ancestry.com, Provo, UT. Hereinafter cited as Will of Apsylla Holmes Milner.
  5. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers, p. 8.
  6. [S595] US1820.
  7. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers, p. 8 (1953 edition).
  8. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, The Callaway Clan, p. 30.
  9. [S657] US1830.
  10. [S285] US1840.
  11. [S414] US1850.
  12. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers, p. 8, gives exact date and place.

Rev. John Milner1,2,3

M, #1674, b. 1775, d. 1841
     Rev. John Milner was born in 1775.4 He was the son of John Milner and Elizabeth Godwin.

Rev. John Milner married Eunice Callaway, daughter of Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson, on 24 Dec 1795.5,1 John was a preacher.

Rev. John Milner died in 1841.4

Children of Rev. John Milner and Eunice Callaway

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  2. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8 gives profession. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.
  3. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 602 cites parents. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  4. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe Co., GA, a History, p. 602.
  5. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers, p. 8.

John (Macajah?) Williamson1,2

M, #1675
     John (Macajah?) Williamson married Mary (Polly) Callaway, daughter of Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson.1,3

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  2. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8, says Macajah. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.
  3. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers, p. 8.

Mary (Polly) Milner1,2

F, #1676, b. 25 Feb 1795, d. 1826
     Mary (Polly) Milner was born on 25 Feb 1795.3,4 She was the daughter of Deacon Pitt Milner and Apsilla Holmes.

Mary (Polly) Milner married Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway, son of Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson, on 12 Feb 1811.5,3,1,4

Mary (Polly) Milner died in 1826 in Jones Co., GA.3

Children of Mary (Polly) Milner and Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 29. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  2. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8, gives father. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.
  3. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers, p. 8.
  4. [S791] Joshua Sanford Callaway & Mary (Polly) Milner, Joshua S. Callaway Family Bible, Monroe Co., GA GenWeb url: http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/monroe/bibles/callaway.txt ; Mrs. Cecil T. Hays, Atlanta, GA. Hereinafter cited as Joshua S. Callaway Family Bible.
  5. [S1007] Apsylla Holmes Milner will (wr. 18 May 1853; re. 1 May 1854), Will of Apsylla Holmes Milner (Henry-Wilkes-Lincoln County GaArchives Wills), Ancestry.com, Provo, UT. Hereinafter cited as Will of Apsylla Holmes Milner.

Elizabeth Shivers1,2

F, #1677
     Elizabeth Shivers was the daughter of Willis Shivers.

Elizabeth Shivers married first John Carraway Smith on 3 Apr 1816 in Hancock Co., GA.3,4,5

Elizabeth's second marriage was to Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway, son of Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson, on 15 Nov 1827.4,1

Children of Elizabeth Shivers and Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 30. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  2. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8, gives father. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.
  3. [S776] Jordan Dodd (Ancestry.com), Georgia Marriages to 1850 (Original data: Information originating in transcription of marriage records held by the individual counties in Georgia).
  4. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers, p. 8.
  5. [S45] SC Historical and Genealogical Magazine, "Captain Aaron Smith of South Carolina and Some of His Descendants," The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 1-52: Vol. VII, p. 223. Hereinafter cited as "Captain Aaron Smith of SC."

Mary McCoy1,2

F, #1678
     Mary McCoy was the daughter of Abner McCoy.

Mary McCoy married Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway, son of Joshua Callaway and Isabella Graves Henderson, on 15 Nov 1832.3,1,4 Mary McCoy was enumerated in the census of 1850 in Fayette Co., GA, in the household of Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway.5

Children of Mary McCoy and Rev. Joshua Sanford Callaway

Citations

  1. [S236] Bessie Callaway Hoffmeyer, compiler, The Callaway Clan (Collegedale, TN: Privately printed by College Press, 1948), p. 30. Hereinafter cited as The Callaway Clan.
  2. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers (1789-1953) (1920, Dublin, GA (1789-1882); reprint Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1953), p. 8 gives father. Hereinafter cited as Callaway Baptist Preachers.
  3. [S791] Joshua Sanford Callaway & Mary (Polly) Milner, Joshua S. Callaway Family Bible, Monroe Co., GA GenWeb url: http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/monroe/bibles/callaway.txt ; Mrs. Cecil T. Hays, Atlanta, GA. Hereinafter cited as Joshua S. Callaway Family Bible.
  4. [S240] Timothy Walton Callaway, Callaway Baptist Preachers, p. 8.
  5. [S414] US1850.

William Henry Norwood

M, #1679, b. 22 Aug 1840, d. 31 Dec 1920
Relationship
Great-granduncle of Beryl Virginia Burns
     William Henry Norwood was born on 22 Aug 1840 in Houston Co., GA.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Lorenzo Dow Norwood and Catherine Ann McLaughlin. William Henry Norwood was enumerated in the census of 1850 in Houston Co., GA, in the household of Lorenzo Dow Norwood.5 William Henry Norwood was enumerated in the census of 1860 in Houston Co., GA, in the household of Lorenzo Dow Norwood.6

William Henry Norwood began military service on 18 Mar 1861 in the CSA, Company C, 1st Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Ramsey's Southern Rights Guards. Ended 15 Mar 1862. Joined 12th Artillery Battalion which was organized at Augusta, Georgia, in May, 1862, with men from Ramsey's 1st Georgia Volunteers Regiment.7,8,9 His military service ended on 25 Apr 1865 in Greensboro, Guilford Co., NC, when the unit surrendered at war's end. He was captured on Ocmulgee River, GA, but released due to the end of war.7

William Henry Norwood married Frances Emily Killen, daughter of Samuel Doddridge Killen and Sophia Ann Baskin, on 12 Oct 1865.1,10 William Henry Norwood was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1870 in Houston Co., GA, with others in the household: Frances Emily Killen, Minnie Norwood and Nina Norwood. William Henry Norwood was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1880 in Houston Co., GA, with others in the household: Frances Emily Killen, Minnie Norwood, Nina Norwood, Eunice M. Norwood and Annie Norwood. William Henry Norwood was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1900 in Houston Co., GA, with others in the household: Frances Emily Killen, Annie Norwood, Nellie Norwood, Mary Norwood and William H. Norwood. William Henry Norwood was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1910 in Houston Co., GA, with others in the household: Frances Emily Killen.

William Henry Norwood applied for a pension on 22 Aug 1919 in Houston Co., GA, for his service in the CSA, Company C, 1st Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Ramsey's Southern Rights Guards and then the 12th Artillery Battalion. His application was approved for 1920.7 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1920 in Houston Co., GA, with others in the household: Frances Emily Killen.

William Henry Norwood died on 31 Dec 1920 in Perry, Houston Co., GA, at age 80.7,11,12,3 He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Perry, Houston Co., GA.13,3

Children of William Henry Norwood and Frances Emily Killen

Citations

  1. [S326] Lorenzo Dow Norwood & Catherine Ann McLaughlin, Lorenzo D. Norwood Family Bible . Hereinafter cited as Lorenzo D. Norwood Family Bible.
  2. [S325] Thomas E. Langley & Lavenia A. Norwood, Thomas E. Langley Family Bible (New York: American Bible Society, 1850); The original can be found at the Mercer University Library, Macon, Bibb Co., GA. Hereinafter cited as Thomas E. Langley Family Bible.
  3. [S237] Addie Paramore Howell, Cemeteries and Obituaries of Houston Co., GA (Macon, GA: Omni Press, 1982), p. 51. Hereinafter cited as Cem. & Obit., Houston Co., GA.
  4. [S854] Georgia Virtual Vault, Georgia Death Certificates, Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA, shows birthplace. Hereinafter cited as Georgia Death Certificates.
  5. [S414] US1850.
  6. [S402] US1860.
  7. [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.
  8. [S756] (Original data: National Archives and Records Administration), Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (National Park Service (NPS)), Film Number M226 roll 45.
  9. [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),
    18 Mar 1861 Private
    18 Mar 1862 Mustered out at Augusta, GA

    26 Apr 1862 Appointed 4th Sergeant of Co. A, 14th Battn. GA Light Artillery
    No date 1st Sergeant
    No date Wounded, place not given
    26 Apr 1865 Surrendered, Greensboro, NC
    . Hereinafter cited as Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of GA.
  10. [S237] Addie Paramore Howell, Cem. & Obit., Houston Co., GA, p. 247.
  11. [S854] Georgia Virtual Vault, Georgia Death Certificates: Certificate 34514.
  12. [S238] Cemetery Marker in Evergreen Cemetery, Perry, Houston Co., GA (located past the Court House on Main St., Perry, GA), 1978, page 93, W-8.
  13. [S238] Cemetery Marker in Evergreen Cem.