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151 Mr. Lloyd Rich returned from his honeymoon trip to Jacksonville, Fla., on Sunday. His bride returned Wednesday night. They will be at home to their friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Senter, on Broad St. Family: F83
 
152 Mrs. Harold Wilson Honored

Mrs. Harold Wilson, of Greenville, S. C., who is the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rich this week, was the honor guest at a lovely Coca Cola party this morning given by Mrs. Rich at her home on Shotwell Street.

The living room, dining room and hall, open en suite, were beautifully decorated with white Iris, Azaleas, Narcissi and Jonquils.

Around 35 guests were invited in to meet Mrs. Wilson. 
Family: F83
 
153 Mrs. R. L. Rich, Mrs. C. C. Bell, Mrs. C. L. Harrell, Misses Frances Rich, and Carolyn Powell motored to Tallahassee and Thomasville Saturday. Family: F83
 
154 NESTOR-McENTEE
Franklin- Miss Alice Rosemary McEntee, daughter of J. Raymond McEntee, Main Street and Edwin Francis Nestor, son of Mrs. William C. Nestor, of 72 Church , were married Sunday at 12:30 o'clock in the church of the Immaculate Conception by the Rev. John R. Bennett, pastor of the church.
Miss Barbara H. Brown, of Maple road, was matron of honor, and Joseph Nestor, brother of the groom was best man.
The bride wore a gown of dusty pink and blue and a corsage of orchids. The maid of honor wore navy blue with a corsage of roses.
After a wedding trip to Atlantic City, the young couple will live at 72 Church street.
Miss McEntee attended Dominic Academy, Caldwell. The groom graduated from Franklin High School and is now employed by the New Jersey Zinc Co. 
Family: F55
 
155 NESTOR-REILLY

Miss Catherine Reilly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Reilly, of Warwick N.Y. and William C. Nestor, son of William C. Nestor Sr., of Franklin were married Saturday morning at Warwick, N.Y. by Rev. Mathew Duggan, of the St. Stevens R. C. Church. The couple were attended by Franacis Keslo of Franklin and Miss Josephine Hackett, of Warwick N.Y. After a wedding trip the couple will reside in Ogdensburg at the home of Henry Epple. Mr. Nestor was with the Signal battalion of the U.S. Marine Corps, stationed at Quantico until two years ago. 
Family: F165
 
156 No marriage record is extant for Charles and Nannie. Lee County courthouse marriage records before 1867 were lost during courthouse fires in 1856 and 1872. A review of the microfilmed marriage records for Terrell County did not reveal a marriage for a Haynes/Clay couple any time between 1861-1865.

Rigsby's "Historic Georgia Families" shows that Charles Haynes and Nancy Clay married Feb 1864 in Decatur County. The date might be correct, but they most likely married in Terrell or Lee County. A "C. E. Haynes" purchased a horse from the estate of Nancy's mother in May 1860 in Terrell County.

Charles joined the Confederate Army in Terrell County, and died while in service. Therefore, it is not likely that Charles ever lived in Decatur County, and Nancy must have moved there after his death. Charles was in the same regiment in the Civil War as his future brother-in-law, David Henry Clay. In 1863, he was "home sick on furlough" in Terrell County, indicating that was his home. 
Family: F164
 
157 North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Bride: Elizabeth Combs
Groom: Jehu Hendren
Bond Date: 09 Jan 1833
County: Wilkes
Record #: 01 116
Bondsman: William Hendren
Witness: B W Cass
Bond #: 000165657 
Family: F125
 
158 North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Groom: A B Miller
Bride: Mary McNiel
Bond Date: 27 Jan 1859
Bond #: 000166583
Marriage Date: 27 Jan 1859
ImageNum: 005378
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 175
Witness: Jas McNiel
Performed By: Jas McNiel, Minister of the Gospel 
Family: F300
 
159 North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Groom: James H McNiel
Bride: Susana McNiel
Bond Date: 04 Feb 1845
Bond #: 000166431
ImageNum: 005378
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 165
Bondsman: Wm H McNiel
Witness: J E Mastin, Deputy Clerk 
Family: F295
 
160 North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Groom: James H Taylor
Bride: Rebecca McNeill
Bond Date: 18 Jan 1854
Bond #: 000167612
Marriage Date: 18 Jan 1854
ImageNum: 005376
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 239
Witness: Wm S McNeill
Performed By: Jas McNiel, Minister of the Gospel 
Family: F297
 
161 North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Groom: Jehue Hindrine
Bride: Jane Lucinda Nicholson
Bond Date: 06 May 1843
Bond #: 000165703
Marriage Date: 06 May 1843
ImageNum: 005861
County: Wilkes Record #: 01 119
Witness: W Mastin, Clerk
Performed By: T Roberts, Justice of the Peace 
Family: F126
 
162 North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Groom: John G McNiel
Bride: Polly Nicholls
Bond Date: 01 Feb 1860
Bond #: 000166432
Marriage Date: 01 Feb 1860
ImageNum: 005851
County: Wilkes
Record #: 02 165
Bondsman: Jos W Nicholls
Witness: Wm S McNeil, D
Performed By: Wm S McNeil, Justice of the Peace 
Family: F298
 
163 North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Groom: William W White
Bride: Delilia P McNiel
Bond Date: 23 Jul 1863
Bond #: 000168841
Marriage Date: 23 Jul 1863
ImageNum: 005377
County: Wilkes
Record #: 03 058
Bondsman: George W Canter
Witness: A A Whittenton
Performed By: A A Whittenton, Justice of the Peace 
Family: F299
 
164 online record shows 11 May 1930 Family: F458
 
165 R. L. Rich Chevrolet Co. To Give Powerglide Rides

If you want to drive a Powerglide Chevrolet visit the showrooms of the R. L. Rich Chevrolet Company from June 18 to 30.

R. L. Rich has set aside special demonstrators for use of the public and the period will be devoted to giving as many people as possible rides in the cars.

Because of the customer demand for Powerglide automatic transmissions in this area, R. L. Rich explains, he has been unable to set aside demonstrators. However, he will hold cars solely for this purpose through the demonstration period.

"Chevrolet has just built its 500,000th Powerglide and to observe the milestones it has requested all dealers to co-operate in mass demonstrations," he declared.

Mr. Rich pointed out that Powerglide differs from other automatic transmissions on the market in that it represents a "package" improvement. Included, besides the revolutionary automatic shift, are a more powerful engine of 105 horse-power and an "Economiser" rear axle.

"The opportunity for mass demonstrations here will show what owners have learned in more than a billion miles of driving," Mr. Rich declared. "Even a brief trial will prove that Powerglide-equipped cars are easier and more restful to drive.

"With Powerglide, the car has no clutch. This means the climination of hundreds of manual operations in the course of an average day's driving. The result is that a driver finishes the day more refreshed and relaxed. A person has to experience the process of automatic Powerglide fully to appreciate its advantages.

"We urge everyone not acquainted with Powerglide automatic transmission to visit our showrooms during the special demonstration period to find out for himself all the features of Powerglide automatic transmission." 
Family: F83
 
166 Rich Reunion at Tallahassee attended by 200 last Sunday

Approximately 200 descendants of the Thomas J. Rich family met at a reunion last Sunday morning at Richwood, the farm home of A. F. "Pete" Rich, which is located seven miles east of Tallahassee on U. S. 90 Highway.

The setting for the reunion was the swimming pool which was patronized by the youngsters who attended the reunion. Adjacent to the pool the host for the reunion had erected a large striped tent which was used for assembly and the reunion dinner.

E. G. "Rusty" Rich of Orlando, Florida, acted as Chairman. The devotional was given by the Rev. Everett Rich of Pelham. E. G. Rich is a descendant of Elijah Andred[sic] Jackson Rich and Everett Rich, a descendant of Augustus Miles Rich. Grady Rich, a descendant of Brad Rich, represented the descendants of the youngest son of Thomas J. Rich.

Lloyd Rich, Jr., of Bainbridge, was appointed Chairman of a committee to select the time and place for the next reunion. Mrs. Pauline Rich Cooper was asked to serve with him on the committee.

Of special interest was the preparation of a Rich family tree by Mrs. A. F. Rich and Mrs. Jack Rich.

During the reunion the matter of helping with the purchase of a piano for Old Bethel Church was discussed, and an offering was taken for this purpose.

Former Governor S. Marvin Griffin, who addressed the last reunion in 1966, delivered a short address on the Rich genealogy. 
Family: F114
 
167 Rigsby's "Historic Georgia Families" and an affidavit given by Eve Harden Clay in her widow's pension application papers claim David Clay and Eve Harden were married 22 or 26 [the records show both dates on different affivats] Sep 1792 in Warren County, GA. Warren County was not formed until 19 Dec 1793. It is probable that David and Eve married in what became Warren County a year after their marriage. Family: F872
 
168 Sussex County marriage records for 1848-1867 were searched on 29 Mar 2006, but no record was found for William Berrigan and Mary Maher. Family: F410
 
169 The LDS marriage record shows Ida's last name as "Fenel." Family: F1558
 
170 There is no marriage record on file for John Powell and Martha Wall. However, the estate of Martha's father, Jesse Wall, was distributed among his children who were still living in 1865. For the married female children, the amounts were distributed to their spouses on their behalf. The details involving John Powell and Martha Wall Powell are provided below. The full account is shown under Jessee Wall's profile.

page 634:
Returns of Wm E Wall one of the Executors of Jesse Wall May 25th 1866

Voucher No 13
$7500.00 Received January 5th 1865 of Cain Wall and William E Wall Exrs of Jesse Wall deceased the Sum of Seven Thousand and five hundred dollars payment in part of My distribution Share of the proceeds arising from the Sale of Perishable Property including the Negros of the said Jesse Wall deceased.
Witness my hand and Seal this 5th January 1865
Signed in the presence of John Powell seal
L C Hoyl

Amounts distributed
Paid Cain Wall V1 $8671.62
" W E Wall V2 8671.62
" Wright Kennedy, Guar. V3 8671.62
" John Powell V4 1171.62
" Owen Kennedy V5 1171.62
" Louisi Meadows V6 1171.62
" J J Walls children V7 1171.62
" Comr V 3194.71

Georgia Terrell County
Came before me Cain Wall and Wm E. Wall and make oath that the above return is just and true as it stands stated W E. Wall
Sworn to & subscribed Cain Wall 
Family: F650
 
171 There was a fire in 1876 that destroyed almost all of the records for the town of Chester.

The response from The Church of St. John the Evangelist to a letter of request on 25 Feb 2006 states that there was "no record" for the marriage of James Reilly and Maria Cady in 1870. 
Family: F61
 
172 This marriage date is from the Joseph Moore Family Bible per Karen DaPra. Family: F678
 
173 Thomas E. Rich family reunion held at Nocatee, Lake Seminole Sunday
Between 150 and 200 descendants of Thomas E. Rich were present last Sunday for a reunion held at Nocatee near Johnson's Landing. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Rich, Jr., of Moultrie, own Nocatee, and were hosts on the occasion for members of the Rich family who came in great numbers from this section of Georgia. However, some came from as far away as South Florida and Pennsylvania. E. G. "Rusty" Rich was master of ceremonies. He and his family came from Orlando, Florida.
All of those present were lineal descendants of Elijah Arthur Johnson Rich and his brother, Augustus Miles Rich, who lived in Decatur County on a farm located about 16 miles northwest of Bainbridge prior to the War Between the States. Those present numbered in age from babies several months old to octogenarians, and all enjoyed the dinner on the grounds, and the opportunity to reminisce with relatives they had not seen for many years.
Also present at the reunion was former Governor Marvin Griffin, a lifelong friend of the Rich family, who made a short talk on the occasion. The former Governor's remarks were as follows:
"FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, DISTINGUISHED VISITORS, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN AND MEMBERS OF THE RICH FAMILY: "It is a genuine pleasure and high priviledge for me to be invited to enjoy this fellowship and association with you on this delightful occasion. I can remember that my late father, E. H. "Pat" Griffin, appeared on a Rich family reunion program at the home of E. A. J. Rich, one of the patriarchs of the family we honor today, more than 50 years ago. A warm bond of friendship has always existed between the Richs and Griffins. In fact, we both sharre some of the same traits of character. I don't believe I have ever seen a male member of either family that was not "butt-headed."
"I can remember, however, when my father took me as a small boy in short pants to the E. A. J. Rich home, and introduced me to this venerable citizen of our county. As I remember Mr. Elijah, he was a very small in stature, quiet and soft-spoken man. He was kind, and tried to make me feel at home. As we left the Rich farm my father said to me...'Son, I want you to know something about that man, He is a man of great character and integrity. His word is his bond. He fought valiantly in the Confederate Army, and was severely wounded. He did not own any slaves, and his family did not own slaves, but he felt it was his duty. He is not like so many of these so-called aristocrats. He made his way in adversity, while some who were born in wealth sat around and complained, and talked about how great their families were. They reminded me of a potato vine...the best part of them is under the gound.'"
"You have a wonderful heritage, and I want to talk to you briefly about several phases of it. Thomas E. Rich, the earliest patriarch of the Rich family that I could find out about, and certainly the oldest one to be known by hundreds of his descendants gathered here today, or who live in this section of our nation, was born in Early County prior to the time Decatur County was created by the Legislature in 1823. He was an overseer for a man that owned a plantation in Early County. He later moved to Randolph County. He had married the daughter of a man who owned slaves, and he and his father-in-law did not get along very well. He moved to Decatur County with his family when this County was only several years old, and settled on a farm about 16 miles Northwest of Bainbridge.
"This pioneer citizen had a family of nine children, five sons and four daughters.. He was a Master Mason, and even though he was the father of a big family, he fought in the Confederate Army, and died from wounds he received in action near Atlanta. He is buried in Mother's Home Cemetery near Boykin. Four of the Rich sons went into the Confederate Army, and two were killed on Virginia battlefields. Along with a brother-in-law, the youngest, Brad Rich, who was too young to go to the war, stayed at home to help his mother and sisters run the farm. During Reconstruction he ran afoul of some Civil Rights laws, and had to flee to the Big bend country of Northwest Florida. I understand he reared a large family in that section of Florida.
"The two remaining brothers, Elijah Arthur Johnson Rich, and Augustus Miles Rich, who survived the war, but with crippling wounds, returned to their home in Decatur County. I shall not attempt to go into all the Rich family connections. If I tried to tell you who married into what family I would still be here at dark calling out names. I shall briefly discuss the forebears of most of you present here today, Elijah Arthur John Rich and Augustus Miles Rich.
"Sometimes when I think of the privation practiced of necessity by these patriarchs of the Rich family and pioneers of this County, I am downright ashamed of my own generation. When I think of the courage these old men possessed in the face of adversity and disaster, I have an abnormal propensity of loathing for those who preach the present day gospel that we cannot live in America today except by the handouts of a paternalistic government in Washington.
"I call to your attention, my friends, that while Elijah Arthur Johnson Rich and Augustus Miles Rich were fighting for a cause which concerned the Southern aristocracy more than it did those who owned no slaves, the old men, women and children back home on the land had to eke out an existence in the face of "bushwhackers." These "bushwhackers" were draft dodgers from the Confederate Army, and had to hide out in the woods and swamps. They had to either starve, or rob the cribs and smoke houses of the women and children, and they chose to do the latter. My late father told me of an incident which occurred on Confederate Memorial Day in the early days of this century in Bainbridge. He said one of those "bushwackers" was carrying the Confederate flag in the parade when an old gray-bearded Confederate veteran ran out into the street and took the flag away from the man. He said the man was not fit to tote the sacred Stars and bars.
"Despite the fact that the war was "A rich man's war, and a poor man's fight" as the late Perry D. Rich wrote in his book "Bud", the Rich family gave a full measure of devotion to the cause. The courage of your forebears was magnificent. When the ragged and men in Gray reached home they found an impoverished land. The fields were laid waste, the stock had been taken or stolen, the money was no good, and there was no credit. There was no "Marshall Plan" of aid to the conquered and destitute people of the South. When E. A. J. and Augustus Rich got back home they found squalid poverty. There was little to eat, little to wear and nothing with which to make a crop, but these intrepid characters did make a crop. They fed their families, and picked themselves up by their own bootstraps.
"I am happy to see so many of you present, and I am delighted that you included me in the reunion. I hope to see all of you the next time the Rich family hold a reunion."
Those present voted to hold the next reunion at the home of Alee "Pete" Rich at Tallahassee on the last Sunday in June 1968. 
Family: F114
 
174 Wedding Announcement:

"Saturday, November 5th, at 4 o'clock, in the First Baptist Church of Avondale Estates, was the scene of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gray Rich. Mrs. Rich was the former Rebecca Gail Barefield of North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, daughter of Mrs. J. B. Gilreath. Mr. Rich, of Bainbridge, Ga., is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rich, Sr. The Reverend Truett Gannon, pastor, performed the impressive double ring ceremony.
The interior of the church was lovely with green and white decorations. Two fern trees were centered with a large white arrangement of mums and gladioli.
Prior to the entrance of the wedding party, a program of nuptial music was presented by Miss Betty Sharpe, organist, and Mrs. Jeanine Andrews, soloist. Mrs. Andrews sang "Because" and at the close of the ceremony she sang "The Lord's Prayer".
The bride was attended by Mr. Rich niece, Miss Cecile Partee of Bainbridge, Georgia. She wore a dress and coat of aqua silk and carried long stemmed yellow roses.
The best man was Mr. Rich's father, R. L. Rich, Sr., of Bainbridge, Ga., and the ushers included R. L. Rich Jr., James E. Partee, Billy K. Reynolds, and Lee Parker, of Bainbridge, Ga., and R. M. Murphy and C. L. Straughan of Atlanta, Ga.
The bride was beautiful in a three piece pale yellow silk suit. She carried a bridal bouquet of white gardenias.
The bride's mother was ill, and unable to attend the ceremony. The family was represented by Mrs. I. C. Meadows, a very close friend. She wore a suit of pink silk and a corsage of yellow roses.
Mrs. Rich, mother of the Groom, wore a suit of green silk, and her corsage was also of yellow roses.
Following the ceremony was the reception, held in the church reception room. Mrs. James Partee kept the Bride's book and Miss Frances Rich of Dallas, Texas greeted the guests. The four tiered wedding cake was served by Mrs. R. L. Rich Jr., and punch was served by Mrs. Roscoe Simpson of Macon, niece of the groom, and Miss Gudy Ellison, of Atlanta, former roommate of the bride.
Out of town guests included Mr. & Mrs. R. L. Rich, Sr., Mr & Mrs. R. L. Rich Jr., Bob, Joe, and Sue, Mr. & Mrs. James E. Partee, Jimmy and Cecile, Mr. & Mrs. Sonny Jeffords, Mr. Lee Parker. Misses Betty and Barbara Tonge, and Miss Sue Sims, all of Bainbridge, Ga. Miss Frances Rich of Dallas, Texas. Mr. & Mrs. Roscoe Simpson of Macon, Ga., and Mr. & Mrs. Henry G. Absher of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Following the reception the bride and groom left for a wedding trip to South Florida and Nassau. The bride wore a three piece ensemble of green tweed with leather trim, and blending accessories.
The couple will be at home at 1610 Line Street, Decatur, Ga." 
Family: F150
 
175 1) Martin V. Rich, white male age 27, farmer & wheelright, $300 real estate, $500 personal estate, born in GA
2) Mary E. Rich, white female age 33, keeps house, born in SC
3) Martin C. Rich, white male age 3, at home, born in GA
4) Ellen Rich, white female age 2, born in GA
5) James D. Rich, white male age 10 months, born in GA in July
6) Ardilla Martin, white female age 13, born in GA, cannot read or write 
Mary E.
 
176 1) Patterson Hinchy, head, white male age 52, farmer, born in NC, parents born in NC
2) Mary Hinchy, wife, white female age 40, keeping house, born in NC, parents born in NC, cannot read or write
3) Susan Hinchy, daughter, married white female age 22, at home, born in NC, cannot read or write
4) John Hinchy, son, single white male age 20, works on farm, born in NC
5) Samantha Reaves, niece, white female age 5, born in NC, parents born in NC 
Mary Adams
 
177 1) Wm. P. Hincher, white male age 40, farmer, $100 real estate, $145 personal estate, born in NC
2) Mary Hincher, white female age 35, keeping house, born in NC, cannot read or write
3) Caroline Hincher, white female age 15, at home, born in NC, attended school, cannot write
4) Susanah Hincher, white female age 13, at home, born in NC, attended school, cannot write
5) John Hincher, white male age 10, at home, born in NC, attended school, cannot write 
Mary Adams
 
178 1) Violet Minton, female age 60, $1,200 real estate, born in Wilkes, cannot read or write
2) Madison Minton, male age 21, farmer, born in Wilkes, cannot read or write
3) Milly Minton, female age 20, born in Wilkes, cannot read or write
4) Hesakiah Minton, male age 1, born in Wilkes 
Violet Adams
 
179 1) Matteson Minton, male age 32, farmer, born in NC, cannote read or write
2) Millia Minton, female age 30, farmer, born in NC, cannote read or write
3) Hezekiah Minton, male age 9, born in NC
4) Vilot Minton, female age 70, farmer, $2,500 real estate, $4,000 personal estate, born in NC, cannot read or write 
Violet Adams
 
180 1) Shadrach Gregory, head, white male age 61, farmer, born in PA, parents born in PA
2) Elizabeth Gregory, wife, white female age 61, keeping house, born in PA, parents born in PA
3) Frank Gregory, son, single white male age 22, works on farm, born in PA 
Elizabeth Adelman
 
181 1) Shadrach Gregory, male age 41, farmer, $2,500 real estate, $1,000 personal estate, born in PA
2) Elizabeth Gregory, female age 41, born in PA
3) Ellen Gregory, female age 16, born in PA, attended school
4) Sarah A. Gregory, female age 12, born in PA, attended school
5) Mary A. Gregory, female age 8, born in PA, attended school
6) Eliza A. Gregory, female age 5, born in PA
7) Adam F. Gregory, male age 2, born in PA
8) Peter M. Root, female [sic] age 14, born in PA, attended school 
Elizabeth Adelman
 
182 1) Shadrach Gregory, white male age 31, farmer, $1,300 real estate, born in PA
2) Elizabeth Gregory, white female age 31, born in PA
3) Mason Gregory, white male age 9, born in PA, attended school
4) Ellen Gregory, white female age 6, born in PA, attended school
5) Sarah A. Gregory, white female age 2, born in PA 
Elizabeth Adelman
 
183 1) Shadrach Gregory, white male age 54, farmer, $3,500 real estate, $990 personal estate, born in PA, cannot read or write
2) Elizabeth Gregory, white female age 54, keeping house, born in PA
3) Mary A. Gregory, white female age 19, at home, born in PA
4) Andrew F. Gregory, white male age 12, farm laborer, born in PA 
Elizabeth Adelman
 
184 1) Ephraim Gregory, male age 51, farmer, $4,000 real estate, $1,500 personal estate, born in PA
2) Susan Gregory, female age 51, born in PA 
Susannah Adelman
 
185 1) Ephraim Gregory, white male age 62, farmer, $6,000 real estate, $1,092 personal estate, born in PA
2) Susan Gregory, white female age 62, keeping house, born in PA, deaf 
Susannah Adelman
 
186 1) Ephraim Gregory, white male age 72, farmer, born in PA, father born in PA, mother born in CT
2) Susan Gregory, white female age 73, keeping house, born in PA, parents born in PA 
Susannah Adelman
 
187 1) Ephram Gregory, male age 43, farmer, $2,000 real estate
2) Susan Gregory, female age 43
3) Rachel Youles, female age 16, attended school
4) George Youles, male age 9, attended school 
Susannah Adelman
 
188 male 20-30: Ephraim Gregory [at 23]
female 20-30 [Susan at 23]
male 10-15 
Susannah Adelman
 
189 male 30-40: Ephraim Gregory [at 33]
female 30-40 [Susan at 33
Susannah Adelman
 
190 1) Perry Wilson, head, white male age 24, born in GA, parents born in GA, general farmer, pays rent
2) Dollie Wilson, wife, white female age 21, born in GA, parents born in GA
3) Vernon Wilson, son, white male age 5, born in GA
4) Raymon Wilson, son, white male age 3 4/12, born in GA
5) Joseph Wilson, son, white male age 10/12, born in GA 
Dollie Alday
 
191 1) J. E. Ritch, male age 32, merchant, $800 real estate, $3,000 personal estate, born in GA
2) Jane Ritch, female age 26, born in GA
3) T. E. Ritch, female age 4, born in GA
4) Ida Ritch, female age 2, born in GA 
Jane Alexander
 
192 1) Jerry Ritch, white male age 37, dealer in ready made clothing (retail), $900 real estate, $4,000 personal estate, born in GA
2) Jane Ritch, white female age 32, keeping house, born in GA
3) Tallulah Ritch, white female age 14, attending school, born in GA
4) Ida Ritch, white female age 11, attending school, born in GA
5) Edward Ritch, white male age 8, attending school, born in GA
6) John Lee Ritch, white male age 6, at home, born in GA
7) Katie Ritch, white female age 4 months, at home, born in GA
8) Humphrey Long, mulatto male age 29, domestic servant, born in GA, cannot read or write
9) Hulda Long, black female age 26, domestic servant, born in GA, cannot read or write
10) Martha Long, black female age 14, at home, born in GA, cannot read or write 
Jane Alexander
 
193 AKA: Mary Jane Allen. As compiler of this Womack genealogy I must set the record straight from the get go. I have serious doubts about Mary Jane being used as a name, possibly Mary or Jane. Middle names in the 1600's were almost non-existent, very few individuals were given middle names until the mid to late 1700's. No documentation has come forth on their marriage. Some researchers have referred to her as a widow, (no documentation). The compiler has seen Mary's last name as Judd & Evens, no documentation to support any of the above names to date. I'm not saying William and Mary did not exist, someone did, as we have records of their children. But personally I have not seen any records that prove their existence. The compiler has not been able to verify any primary source information that has come forth on William or Mary.

Compiler, Roger Womack 
Mary Allen
 
194 1) William Rich, white male age 73, farmer, $300 real estate, $200 personal estate, born in NC, cannot read or write
2) Cenia Rich, white female age 65, keeping house, born in GA, cannot write
3) Narcissa Rich, white female age 38, without occupation, born in GA, cannot read or write
4) Elizabeth Alvis, white female age 33, without occupation, born in GA, cannot read or write
5) Catherine Alvis, white female age 4, born in AL 
Catherine Alvis
 
195 1) Jesse Anderson, male age 52 [looks like 32 on census], farmer, born in NC
2) Sarah Anderson, female age 46, born in NC
3) Wesley Anderson, male age 22, farmer, born in NC
4) Mary Anderson, female age 20, born in NC
5) John Anderson, male age 18, farmer, born in NC
6) Irena Anderson, female age 16, born in NC
7) Amanda Anderson, female age 14, born in NC
8) Lucrecia Anderson, female age 12, born in IN
9) Martin Anderson, male age 10, born in IN
10) William Anderson, male age 8, born in IN 
Amanda Anderson
 
196 male 40-50: Jesse Anderson [at abt 42]
female 30-40 [Sarah at abt 37]
male 20-30
female 15-20
male 10-15
male 10-15 [Wesley at abt 12]
female 10-15 [Mary at abt 10]
male 5-10 [John at abt 8]
female 5-10 [Irene at abt 6]
female <5 [Amanda at abt 4]
female <5 [Lucretia at abt 2] 
Amanda Anderson
 
197 1) Jesse Anderson, male age 52 [looks like 32 on census], farmer, born in NC
2) Sarah Anderson, female age 46, born in NC
3) Wesley Anderson, male age 22, farmer, born in NC
4) Mary Anderson, female age 20, born in NC
5) John Anderson, male age 18, farmer, born in NC
6) Irena Anderson, female age 16, born in NC
7) Amanda Anderson, female age 14, born in NC
8) Lucrecia Anderson, female age 12, born in IN
9) Martin Anderson, male age 10, born in IN
10) William Anderson, male age 8, born in IN 
Irene Anderson
 
198 male 40-50: Jesse Anderson [at abt 42]
female 30-40 [Sarah at abt 37]
male 20-30
female 15-20
male 10-15
male 10-15 [Wesley at abt 12]
female 10-15 [Mary at abt 10]
male 5-10 [John at abt 8]
female 5-10 [Irene at abt 6]
female <5 [Amanda at abt 4]
female <5 [Lucretia at abt 2] 
Irene Anderson
 
199 1) Jesse Anderson, male age 52 [looks like 32 on census], farmer, born in NC
2) Sarah Anderson, female age 46, born in NC
3) Wesley Anderson, male age 22, farmer, born in NC
4) Mary Anderson, female age 20, born in NC
5) John Anderson, male age 18, farmer, born in NC
6) Irena Anderson, female age 16, born in NC
7) Amanda Anderson, female age 14, born in NC
8) Lucrecia Anderson, female age 12, born in IN
9) Martin Anderson, male age 10, born in IN
10) William Anderson, male age 8, born in IN 
Jesse Anderson
 
200 1) Jesse Anderson, white male age 70, farmer, $5,280 real estate, $500 personal estate, born in NC Jesse Anderson
 

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