Henry Butler Holder

M, #2299, b. 23 Jul 1849, d. 16 Jun 1918
Relationship
Great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
     Henry Butler Holder was born on 23 Jul 1849 in Monroe Co., GA.1,2 He was the son of Adam James Holder and Martha P. Willingham. Henry Butler Holder was enumerated in the census of 1850 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of Adam James Holder.3 Henry Butler Holder was enumerated in the census of 1860 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of Adam James Holder.4

Henry Butler Holder married Sarah Rhodes on 19 Nov 1867 in Fayetteville, Fayette Co., GA.2 Henry Butler Holder was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1880 in Fayette Co., GA, with others in the household: Sarah Rhodes.

In the probate of William Willingham's estate, dated 26 Sep 1898, Henry Butler Holder was named as an heir. He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1910 in Troup Co., GA, with others in the household: Sarah Rhodes.

Henry Butler Holder died on 16 Jun 1918 in Hogansville, Troup Co., GA, at age 68 from Pellegra; the informant of the death was Mrs. H. B. Holder, his wife.5,6 Henry Butler Holder was buried in Hill View Cemetery, Hogansville, Troup Co., GA.7,2,8

Citations

  1. [S304] Census Records for James Holder.
  2. [S703] Bill Holder, "Holder-Willingham Family History Papers". Received copy from Bill Holder. Hereinafter cited as "Holder-Willingham Family History Papers."
  3. [S414] US1850.
  4. [S402] US1860.
  5. [S854] Georgia Virtual Vault, Georgia Death Certificates, Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA, Certificate 300. Historically Pellegra has been the only endemic nutritional disease native to the U.S. In 1918, there were an estimated 10,000 pellegra deaths and 100,000 cases, primarily in the cotton growing regions of the Southern U.S. -"Nutrition and Adaptation" Department of Anthropology, University of Alabama. Hereinafter cited as Georgia Death Certificates.
  6. [S703] Bill Holder, "Holder-Willingham Family History Papers", say he died on 18 Nov 1918.
  7. [S854] Georgia Virtual Vault, Georgia Death Certificates.
  8. [S1212] Cemetery Marker in Hill View Cemetery, Hogansville, Troup Co., GA.

Fannie Tingle

F, #2300, b. 6 Nov 1860, d. 23 Jan 1944
     Fannie Tingle was born on 6 Nov 1860 in GA.1 She was the daughter of McCarroll Tingle and Mary Ann Castleberry. Fannie Tingle was enumerated in the census of 1870 in Butts Co., GA, in the household of McCarroll Tingle. Fannie Tingle was enumerated in the census of 1880 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of McCarroll Tingle.

Fannie Tingle married George W. Smith, son of Richard Chesney Smith and Martha Cox Grant, on 27 Nov 1881 in Monroe Co., GA.2,1 Fannie Tingle was enumerated in the census of 1900 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of George W. Smith. Fannie Tingle was enumerated in the census of 1910 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of George W. Smith. Fannie Tingle was enumerated in the census of 1920 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of George W. Smith. Fannie Tingle was enumerated in the census of 1930 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of George W. Smith. Fannie Tingle was enumerated in the census of 1940 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of unresearched people (her son-in-law and daughter.)3

Fannie Tingle died on 23 Jan 1944 at age 83.1 She was buried in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA.4,1

Citations

  1. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 683 (#80). Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  2. [S1575] "Georgia, Marriage Records From Select Counties, 1828-1978," Images, Ancestry.com (Ancestry.com : accessed 21 Dec 2013), Citing County Marriage Records, 1828–1978. The Georgia Archives, Morrow, Georgia, Book E, 1881-1886, page 8.
  3. [S1399] US1940.
  4. [S190] Cemetery Marker in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA (organized 1823, Blount, GA., Forsyth to Indian Springs Road, GA 42).

Michael Daniel Garr Jr.

M, #2301, b. 24 Dec 1883, d. 15 Jun 1938
Relationship
1st cousin 2 times removed of Lester Milton Barlow
     Michael Daniel Garr Jr. was born on 24 Dec 1883 in Monroe Co., GA.1,2 He was the son of Michael Daniel Garr Sr. and Mary Jane Smith. Alternatively, Michael Daniel Garr Jr. was born on 24 Dec 1882.3,4 He was enumerated in the census of 1900 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of Michael Daniel Garr Sr.5

The third and final draft registration for World War I included men born between September 12, 1897 and September 12, 1900 plus men born between September 12, 1873 and September 12, 1888. Michael Daniel Garr Jr. filled out a draft card on 17 Sep 1918 in Jackson, Butts Co., GA. He was of medium height, of slender build, with gray eyes and brown hair. He was farming and living with his parents at RFD #5 in Jackson. He claimed to be "totally disable". He signed his registration as M. D. Garr, Jr. W E Proctor signed as Registrar. Michael Daniel Garr Sr. was listed as his nearest relative.6 Michael was a farmer in Jackson, Butts Co., GA.1

Michael Daniel Garr Jr. was unmarried.2

Michael Daniel Garr Jr. died on 15 Jun 1938 in Butts Co., GA, at age 54.2,4 He was buried on 16 Jun 1938 in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA.2,7,4

Citations

  1. [S365] "WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918"; National Archives - Northeast Region; New York, NY. Hereinafter cited as "WWI Draft Registration Cards."
  2. [S1744] "Georgia Deaths, 1928-1942," Images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 3 Nov 2015), Citing Georgia Archives, Morrow, Certificate 16875.
  3. [S1112] Michael D. Garr Sr. and Mary Jane Smith, Michael D. Garr Family Bible ; Mrs. W. T. Scarbrough, Barnesville, Lamar Co., GA. Hereinafter cited as Michael D. Garr Family Bible.
  4. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 684 (#80). Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  5. [S555] US1900.
  6. [S365] "WWI Draft Registration Cards", Order Number A813.
  7. [S190] Cemetery Marker in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA (organized 1823, Blount, GA., Forsyth to Indian Springs Road, GA 42).

Allie Minerva Smith

F, #2302, b. 21 Sep 1877, d. 10 Aug 1939
Relationship
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Lester Milton Barlow
     Allie Minerva Smith was born on 21 Sep 1877 in Forsyth, Monroe Co., GA.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Wiley L. Smith and Sarah Frances Proctor. Allie Minerva Smith was enumerated in the census of 1880 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of Wiley L. Smith.4

Allie Minerva Smith was enumerated in the censuses of 1900,5 of 1910,6 and of 1920, in Griffin, Spalding Co., GA, in the household of Wiley L. Smith (her father.)7 Allie Minerva Smith was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1930 in Griffin, Spalding Co., GA.8

Allie Minerva Smith was unmarried.1

Allie Minerva Smith died on 10 Aug 1939 in Griffin, Spalding Co., GA, at age 61; the informant of the death was Andrew G. Smith, her brother.1,2,3 Allie Minerva Smith was buried on 11 Aug 1939 in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA.1,2,3

Citations

  1. [S1662] "Georgia, Deaths, 1928-1939," Certificate of Death, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 26 Oct 2014), citing Georgia Archives, Morrow, Certificate no. 19999.
  2. [S190] Cemetery Marker in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA (organized 1823, Blount, GA., Forsyth to Indian Springs Road, GA 42).
  3. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 684 (#80). Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  4. [S496] US1880.
  5. [S555] US1900.
  6. [S663] US1910.
  7. [S681] US1920.
  8. [S679] US1930.

Mary Lizzie Ham

F, #2303, b. 27 Aug 1868, d. 29 Mar 1931
     Mary Lizzie Ham was born on 27 Aug 1868.1

Mary Lizzie Ham married Joseph George Proctor, son of Stephen Washington Proctor and Mary Elizabeth Westbrook.1 Mary Lizzie Ham was the daughter of Erasmus Ham and Mary J. Webb. Mary Lizzie Ham was enumerated in the census of 1870 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of Erasmus Ham.2 Mary Lizzie Ham was enumerated in the census of 1880 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of Erasmus Ham.3 Mary Lizzie Ham was enumerated in the census of 1900 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of Joseph George Proctor. Mary Lizzie Ham was enumerated in the census of 1910 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of Joseph George Proctor.4 Mary Lizzie Ham was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1920 in Monroe Co., GA.5 She was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1930 in High Falls, Monroe Co., GA.6

Mary Lizzie Ham died on 29 Apr 1931 in Jackson, Monroe Co., GA, at age 62.7,8,9 Alternatively, Mary Lizzie Ham died on 29 Mar 1931.10 She was buried on 30 Apr 1931 in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA.11,1

Citations

  1. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 685 (#80). Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  2. [S497] US1870.
  3. [S496] US1880.
  4. [S663] US1910.
  5. [S681] US1920.
  6. [S679] US1930.
  7. [S1744] "Georgia Deaths, 1928-1942," Images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org : accessed 3 Nov 2015), Citing Georgia Archives, Morrow, Certificate 31-12836.
  8. [S796] Transcribed by E. Robertson from microfiche of the Death Index from the Georgia Dept. of Archives and History, Monroe Co., GA GenWeb - Deaths (url:http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/monroe), Certificate Number 12836.
  9. [S1745] Obituary of Mary Lizzie Ham, Jackson Progress Argus, High Falls, Monroe Co., GA, 1 May 1931. Hereinafter cited as Obituary of Mary Lizzie Ham.
  10. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe Co., GA, a History, p. 685 (#80). Death certificate says she died 29 Apr 1931.
  11. [S190] Cemetery Marker in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA (organized 1823, Blount, GA., Forsyth to Indian Springs Road, GA 42).

William Henry Westbrook

M, #2304, b. 11 Oct 1846, d. 30 Jun 1912
     Obituary of W. H. Westbrook, Monroe Advertiser, July 5, 1912
**Mr. "Bose" Westbrook; at Piedmont Sanitarium in Atlanta, Saturday. Born in Monroe County in October 11th, 1846. May 21, 1874 married Frances Elizabeth Huddleston. Survived by wife and one son, Herbert L. Westbrook. For years ran a store in Blount. Body brought to Forsyth on Sunday and funeral exercises held at Paran Church.
Monroe Co., GA GenWeb. William Henry Westbrook was born on 11 Oct 1846 in Monroe Co., GA.1,2,3 He was the son of William Henry Westbrook and Kitsey <...>. William Henry Westbrook was enumerated in the census of 1850 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of William Henry Westbrook. William Henry Westbrook was enumerated in the census of 1860 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of William Henry Westbrook.

William Henry Westbrook was living in Monroe Co., GA, in 1864.4

William Henry Westbrook began military service in Jun 1864 in Macon, Bibb Co., GA, in the CSA, in Company A, 5th Georgia Reserves.5 His military service ended in Apr 1865 in Greensboro, Guilford Co., NC, at war's end.5 He was enumerated in the census of 1870 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of William Henry Westbrook.

William Henry Westbrook married Frances Elizabeth Huddleston, daughter of Willis B Huddleston and Frances Phinazee, on 21 May 1874 in Monroe Co., GA.5,1,6,3 William was a farmer. He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1880 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Frances Elizabeth Huddleston and Herbert Lee Westbrook. William Henry Westbrook was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1900 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Frances Elizabeth Huddleston. William Henry Westbrook was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1910 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Frances Elizabeth Huddleston, Herbert Lee Westbrook and Nannie Thompson (his wife, son, and daughter-in-law.)7

William Henry Westbrook died on 30 Jun 1912 in Monroe Co., GA, at age 65.5,1 He was buried in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA.8,1 His estate was probated in Monroe Co., GA.9

Child of William Henry Westbrook and Frances Elizabeth Huddleston

Citations

  1. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 685 (#80). Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  2. [S402] US1860.
  3. [S702] Monroe Advertiser (as posted in), Monroe Co., GA GenWeb - Obituaries (url: http://www.thegagenweb.com/gamonroe/obituaries.html#106).
  4. [S683] Nancy Jones Cornell, 1864 Census for Re-organizing the Georgia Militia (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, c2000), Age 17 yrs 3 mon. Hereinafter cited as Georgia Militia.
  5. [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.
  6. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe Co., GA, a History, p. 481 (will 669).
  7. [S663] US1910.
  8. [S190] Cemetery Marker in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA (organized 1823, Blount, GA., Forsyth to Indian Springs Road, GA 42).
  9. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe Co., GA, a History, p. 481 (will 669), written 5 Dec 1905.

Herbert Lee Westbrook1

M, #2305, b. 8 Apr 1875, d. 1949
     Herbert Lee Westbrook was born on 8 Apr 1875 in GA.2,3 He was the son of William Henry Westbrook and Frances Elizabeth Huddleston. Herbert Lee Westbrook was enumerated in the census of 1880 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of William Henry Westbrook.

Herbert Lee Westbrook married Nannie Thompson on 11 Nov 1897 in Butts Co., GA.4,5 Herbert Lee Westbrook was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1900 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Nannie Thompson.6 Herbert Lee Westbrook was enumerated in the census of 1910 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of William Henry Westbrook.7

The third and final draft registration for World War I included men born between September 12, 1897 and September 12, 1900 plus men born between September 12, 1873 and September 12, 1888. Herbert Lee Westbrook filled out a draft card on 12 Sep 1918 in Forsyth, Monroe Co., GA. He was short, of stout build, with brown eyes and black hair. He was living on RFD #6 in Forsyth. Nannie E. Westbrook was listed as his nearest relative.8 Herbert was a farmer on RFD #6 in Forsyth, Monroe Co., GA.2 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1920 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Nannie Thompson and Frances Elizabeth Huddleston (his wife and his mother.)9 Herbert Lee Westbrook was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1940 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Nannie Thompson.10

Herbert Lee Westbrook died in 1949.3 He was buried in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA.11,3

Citations

  1. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 481 (will 669). Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  2. [S365] "WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918"; National Archives - Northeast Region; New York, NY. Hereinafter cited as "WWI Draft Registration Cards."
  3. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe Co., GA, a History, p. 685 (#80).
  4. [S1575] "Georgia, Marriage Records From Select Counties, 1828-1978," Images, Ancestry.com (Ancestry.com : accessed 21 Dec 2013), Citing County Marriage Records, 1828–1978. The Georgia Archives, Morrow, Georgia, Book 1887-1899, page 265.
  5. [S555] US1900.
  6. [S555] US1900, has year as 1875.
  7. [S663] US1910.
  8. [S365] "WWI Draft Registration Cards", Order Number A897.
  9. [S681] US1920.
  10. [S1399] US1940.
  11. [S190] Cemetery Marker in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA (organized 1823, Blount, GA., Forsyth to Indian Springs Road, GA 42).

Joseph Barnet Grant

M, #2306, b. 6 Nov 1830, d. 10 Oct 1907
Relationship
2nd great-granduncle of Lester Milton Barlow
     Joseph Barnet Grant was born on 6 Nov 1830 in Monroe Co., GA.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Joseph E. Grant and Martha Burkhalter.

Joseph Barnet Grant married Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy on 9 Jan 1857.5,2,3 Joseph Barnet Grant was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1860 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy, Georgia Grant and Henry L. Grant.6

Joseph Barnet Grant began military service in May 1862 in Big Shanty, GA, in the CSA, in Co. C, 16th Georgia Cavalry Battalion.1,7 His military service ended on 21 Jun 1865 in Morristown, Hamblen Co., TN, where he had been captured in 1864 and held prisoner until the end of the war.1 He signed the Qualified Voters list on 9 Jul 1867 in Monroe Co., GA.8 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1870 in Monroe Co., GA, with others in the household: Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy, Georgia Grant, Henry L. Grant, Nancy Jane Grant, Mary Ada Grant and Martha Grant.9 Joseph Barnet Grant was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1880 in Butts Co., GA, with others in the household: Richard Clinton Grant, Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy, Nancy Jane Grant, Mary Ada Grant, Martha Grant, Eva B. Grant, Francis Cora Grant and Carrie Ophelia Grant.

Joseph Barnet Grant was widowed on 6 Jul 1880.2,3,4

Joseph Barnet Grant applied for a pension on 11 Feb 1898 in Butts Co., GA, for his service in the CSA, in Co. C, 16th Georgia Cavalry Battalion. His application was approved for 1900-1907.1 He was enumerated in the census of 1900 in Butts Co., GA, in the household of William J. Grant.10

Joseph Barnet Grant died on 10 Oct 1907 in Monroe Co., GA, at age 76.2,3,4 He was buried in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA.11,12,4

Children of Joseph Barnet Grant and Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy

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. [S348] Joseph Grant & Martha Burkhalter, Joseph E. Grant Family Bible, Holbrook's Stereotype Edition (Battleborough, Vermont: John Holbrook, 1816); Monroe Co. Historical Society (copy), Forsyth, GA. Hereinafter cited as Joseph E. Grant Family Bible.
  3. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 590. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  4. [S1598] Daisie Freeman Duncan, "Joseph E. Grant Group Sheet", Grant Family Group Sheets; supplied by Duncan (Lawrenceville, GA), 1980. Very few sources listed, but most items were correct, according to other documents.
  5. [S938] Georgia Virtual Vault, Monroe County Georgia Marriage Book, Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA, Marriage Book 1846-1871, p. 96. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co. GA Marriage Book.
  6. [S402] US1860.
  7. [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),
    11 Nov 1861 Enlisted as private in Co. A, 6th Regt. GA State Troops
    -- Apr 1862 Mustered out
    06 May 1862 Enlisted as private in Co. H, 32nd Regt. GA Inf.
    26 Apr 1865 Pension records show he surrendered at Greensboro, NC
    . Hereinafter cited as Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of GA.
  8. [S1589] "Georgia, Returns of Qualified Voters and Reconstruction Oath Books, 1867-1869," Index and images, Ancestry.com (http://www.Ancestry.com : accessed 31 Jan 2014), Citing Georgia, Office of the Governor. Returns of qualified voters under the Reconstruction Act, 1867. Georgia State Archives, Morrow, Georgia, Precinct 467, Election District 22, page 38. Oath in Book 2, page 324.
  9. [S497] US1870.
  10. [S555] US1900.
  11. [S190] Cemetery Marker in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA (organized 1823, Blount, GA., Forsyth to Indian Springs Road, GA 42).
  12. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe Co., GA, a History, p. 684.

Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy

F, #2307, b. 29 Jun 1839, d. 6 Jul 1880
     Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy was born on 29 Jun 1839.1,2,3

Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy married Joseph Barnet Grant, son of Joseph E. Grant and Martha Burkhalter, on 9 Jan 1857.4,1,2 Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy was enumerated in the census of 1860 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of Joseph Barnet Grant.5 Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy was enumerated in the census of 1870 in Monroe Co., GA, in the household of Joseph Barnet Grant.6 Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy was enumerated in the census of 1880 in Butts Co., GA, in the household of Joseph Barnet Grant.

Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy died on 6 Jul 1880 at age 41.1,2,3 She was buried in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA.7,8

Children of Frances Elizabeth 'Nancy' McCoy and Joseph Barnet Grant

Citations

  1. [S348] Joseph Grant & Martha Burkhalter, Joseph E. Grant Family Bible, Holbrook's Stereotype Edition (Battleborough, Vermont: John Holbrook, 1816); Monroe Co. Historical Society (copy), Forsyth, GA. Hereinafter cited as Joseph E. Grant Family Bible.
  2. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe County, Georgia, a History (Forsyth, GA: Monroe Co. Historical Society, 1979), p. 590. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co., GA, a History.
  3. [S1598] Daisie Freeman Duncan, "Joseph E. Grant Group Sheet", Grant Family Group Sheets; supplied by Duncan (Lawrenceville, GA), 1980. Very few sources listed, but most items were correct, according to other documents.
  4. [S938] Georgia Virtual Vault, Monroe County Georgia Marriage Book, Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA, Marriage Book 1846-1871, p. 96. Hereinafter cited as Monroe Co. GA Marriage Book.
  5. [S402] US1860.
  6. [S497] US1870.
  7. [S190] Cemetery Marker in Paran Baptist Church Cemetery, Blount, Monroe Co., GA (organized 1823, Blount, GA., Forsyth to Indian Springs Road, GA 42).
  8. [S173] Monroe County Historical Society, Monroe Co., GA, a History, p. 684.

Clement Briggs1

M, #2310, b. 1597/98, d. circa 1647/48
     Clement Briggs was born in 1597/98 in Southwark, Surrey, England.2 He immigrated to Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, in 1620/21 from London, England on the ship, 'Fortune.2'

Clement Briggs married Joan Allen, daughter of George Allen and Katherine Starkes, circa 1629/30 in Dorchester, MA.2,1 Clement was a feltmonger (hatter.)

Clement Briggs died circa 1647/48 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA.2 His estate was probated on 24 Oct 1650 in Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA.2

Child of Clement Briggs and Joan Allen

Citations

  1. [S306] Edna Anne Hannibal and Claude W. Barlow Clement Briggs of Plymouth Colony and Descendants, 1621-1965 (USA(V1), Japan(V2): n.pub., c1966-1969), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Clement Briggs of Plymouth Colony.
  2. [S309] James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England (Baltimore: Genalogical Publishing Co., 1965), p. 251. Hereinafter cited as Genealogical Dictionary First Settlers of NE.