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651 Phoebe Alice died in infancy. Gregory, Phoebe Alice (I3376)
652 Physical descrip: 141 p. 28 cm. Source (S1015)
653 Physical descrip: 193 p. ; 23 cm.
On spine: Soldiers of the War of 1812, North Carolina.
General Note: Reprint of the 1926 ed. published by Barber Printing Co., Winston-Salem, N.C. Originally published in 1851.
Added index by Maurice S. Toler 
Source (S1029)
654 Physical descrip: 246 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
General Note: Includes index. 
Source (S1014)
655 Physical descrip: 3 v. : maps ; 24 cm.
General Note: Covers patriots whose service has been established through DAR membership applications submitted between Oct. 1890 and Oct. 11, 1990.
Contents: pt. 1. A-F, pt. 2. G-O, pt. 3. P-Z. 
Source (S1010)
656 Physical descrip: v. <1-2 > : ill. ; 23 cm.
General Note: Imprint varies.
General Note: Vol. 2 title varies: Abstract of record of wills, inventories, settlements of estates, Wake County, North Carolina.
General Note: Includes indexes.
Incomplete contents: [v. 1] 1771-1802 -- v. 2. 1802-1812. 
Source (S1012)
657 Physical descrip: v. <1-7 > ; 28 cm.
General Note: Some vols. published at Keysville, Va.; some at Virginia Beach, Va.
General Note: Includes indexes.
[v. 1] 1758-1771
[v. 2] 1771-1786
[v. 3] 1786-1796
[v. 4] 1796-1802
[v. 5] 1802-1807
[v. 6] 1807-1811
[v. 7] 1811-1817. 
Source (S1016)
658 Physical Description print 124 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm. Source (S1017)
659 Physical description: xii, 709 p; 24 cm
General Note: Includes index 
Source (S1009)
660 Pilgrims Rest-Whites Bridge cemetery is 6 miles south of Colquitt on the Brinson Road and 1/2 mile west beside Pilgrims Rest Primitive Baptist Church. 84 unmarked Graves. Source (S616)
661 Please note that all of William's descendants ended up with the surname Hinchey or Hincher. This could have been due to literacy and/or dialect issues. Hinshaw, William (I329)
662 Portions of this information was taken from Cemetery Books of Eastern Greene Co., Indiana, by the Greene Co. Historical Society. See list of all publications for sale at www.greenecountyin.org. Source (S1188)
663 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bitzer, Edward B. (I1107)
664 Post 132 Berrigan, William (I1073)
665 Prepared from Copies of Documents Comprising File C. R. 104.926 in Division of Archives and History, 109 East Jones Street, Raleigh, NC 27601-2807 Source (S210)
666 Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-. Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules Source (S438)
667 Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-. Original data: National Archives and Records Administration. Index to the Compiled Military Service Records for the Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the War of 1812 M602, 234 rolls. Source (S565)
668 ran 1871-1952 Source (S363)
669 ran from 1814-1943; then merged with NJ Herald

Reels at NJ Archives:
reel 1022: 5 Jan 1887 - 22 Jun 1892
reel 1023: 29 Jun 1892 - 1 Sep 1897
reel 1024: 8 Sep 1897 - 12 Dec 1902
reel 1025: 1 Jan 1903 - 24 Dec 1906
reel 1026: 3 Jan 1907 - 2 Jun 1909
reel 1027: 1 Jul 1909 - 23 May 1912 
Source (S888)
670 Rebecca Bradford Harrell
February 4, 1857
February 15, 1916
(wife of Elias Harrell) 
Harrell, Elias (I4065)
671 Registration
The World War I draft consisted of three separate registrations.
First Registration. The registration on 5 June 1917, was for men aged twenty-one to thirty-one-men born between 6 June 1886 and 5 June 1896.
Second Registration. The registration on 5 June 1918, was for men who had turned twenty-one years of age since the previous registration-men born between 6 June 1896 and 5 June 1897. Men who had not previously registered and were not already in the military also registered. In addition, a supplemental registration on 24 August 1918, was for men who turned twenty-one years of age since 5 June 1918.
Third Registration. The registration on 12 Sept 1918, was for men aged eighteen to twenty-one and thirty-one to forty-five-men born between 11 Sept 1872 and 12 Sept 1900.
The complete registration included men between the ages of 18 and 45-males born between 1873 and 1900-who were not already in the military. 
Source (S208)
672 Richard received a patent for 450 acres of land in Henrico Co., March 15, 1672. This land lays on the North side of the Appomattox River adjoining Aspen Swamp. Richard, a trader with the Indians, was killed probably by the Seneca Indians while returning from a trip to the interior. After Richard's death Mary married John Granger sometime around the 1st of April 1690.
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Earliest known Womack Land Patent
Richard Womack, 15 Mar 1672, Land Patent 460 acres in Henrico Co, VA

Primary source: Land Patent Book 6 (1666-1679), page 447,Virginia State Library, Richmond, Virginia

To all st: Whereas st: Now know yee that I ye sd Sir Will Berkeley knt. st: give and graunt unto Richard Womack foure hundred and fivety acres three rood eight po: of land on ye North side of Appomatock River in Henrico Cout extending as ffolloweth (beginning at a small branch of ye Ashen Swampe and running along ye Swampe So: by Ea: 220 po: over a small branch to a Pokicory No: Ea: over ye same branch 26 po: then up ye branch No: Ea: by Ea: 94 po Ea: by No: along ye branch to ye head of it 102 po So: So: Ea: 22 po: to John Puckett his line No: Ea: b Ea 54 po: No: Ea: by No: 130 po: to ye head of ye Spring Run No: Ea: by Ea: 56 po: No: by We: 34 po: No: We: 60 po: to Mr. Baugh his line neigh ye Round Kash[?] No: No: We: 15 po: to Maior [Major] Harris his cornor We: by So: 380 po: to ye place aforementioned the sd land being due unto ye sd Richard Womack by and for ye transportacon of nine persons into this Collony whose names are:
Dated the 15th March 1672, Sarah Johnson, Jane Hayes, Jean Grigory, John Adams, Jane Barrett Jane Treble, Mary Cooke, Tho: Browne, An: Percer

Note: If Richard Patented this property in March 1672 he was barely 17 years old. Usually this process took some time, so when did he begin, when he was 15 or 16. This leads many researchers to believe there may have been an elder Richard. Being we have found no proof of William being the patriarch, I can see the reasoning behind a Richard being the patriarch. More work needed here. RGW
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James Akin and Richard Womack, 16 May 1673, Land Patent 335 acres in Henrico Co, VA

Primary source: Land Patent Book 6 (1666-1679), page 454, Virginia State Library, Richmond, Virginia

To all &c whereas &c now know yee that I ye sd Sr Wm Berkeley Knt &c give & grant unto James Akin & Richd. Womack 335 acres of land in Henrico Coty. on ye north side of Appamattock River beginning at a wt. oake being a corner(?) tree at ye head of Tho. Wells his land, extending into ye woods N 160 po. to fflintons River then W 250 po. S 160 po. E 250 po. then at the heads 106 po. N W by W 160 po. to a small slash running into fflintons S S W 160 po. E 116 po. N 60 po. to the place afore mentioned, 250 acres of ye sd land being formerly granted to ye sd James Akin by Patt. dated 20th of Octobr 1665 the remainder being 85 acres due to ye sd James Akin, & Richd. Womack by & for ye transortation of 2 psons into this Collonny to have & to hold &c to be held &c yielding &c provided & Dated this 26th of May 1673. [Names of persons transported:] Phillip Childers, Anne Dally.
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Richard Womack, 2 Jun 1679, Deposition

Primary source[?]: Henrico County Records, 1677-1692, p. 101
Secondary source: The Valentine Papers, p. 1769

From The Valentine Papers:

Richard Womecke aged about 24 years, Deponeth That he sowed plants by Jeffryes old house & give them to John Puckett.
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In Captain W. Byrds Letters

To Thomas Grendon per Zack Taylor.... April the 25th 1684.

Dear Sir,
This I hope will come to your hands to congratulate your safe arrival in England, having little news to send, all being well at your house. The general Assembly is now sitting, and your neighbor Hill Speaker. I hope all things will go on smoothly.

Old Sturdivant, his son Millner Shipy, Womacke, and Hugh Cassell were all killed by the Indians in their returne from the Westward, about 30 miles beyond Ochanechee. What prejudice it is to see mee my guesse, they having (had they come well in) made a very advantagous journey. On Easter Monday I spoke with 50 Seneca Indians about 12 miles above my house; they had promised to behave themselves hereafter very peacable toward the English. I shall not trouble you further at present, but with my best respects and service to yourselfe and all our friends, wishing all health and prosperity, I am, Sir.
Your reall friend and Servent

Jack Warren and Will Randolph our worthy Burgesses, frequently
drinke your health

Pray and be mindfull of my Shoes and Boots & C.

Source: The Virginia Historical Register Vol. 1-11-64 Capt. Byrds Letters.

In a book entitled, "Adventurers of Purse and Person," the following is about the death of Richard Womack in 1684. On p. 351after citing the story of the death of "Old Sturdivant, his son, Millner, Shipy, Womacke and Hugh Cassell..."from William Byrd I, in a foot note the following is given: "18 Marion Tinling, ed., The Correspondence of the Three Williams Byrds of Westover, Virginia, 1684-1776 (Charlottesville, 1977), I, pp. 15-16. The date of this letter may have been later in the year. Letters of administration on the estates of John Milner, Thomas Shippy, Richard Womeck (and John Davis) were granted to their widows at the same Henrico County court, 1 Aug 1684, and all of these men's inventories show some connection with the Indian trade: Indian boys and girls, trading knives, a tomahawk, Indian baskets (Henrico Co. Wills and Deeds 1677-92, pp 282-90). The Occaneechee Trail or Path led from Fort Henry (Petersburg) through Occaneechee Town (near present Clarksville, Mecklenburg County), close to the Forks of the Dan and Roanoke rivers. Twenty miles west of that would be present Person Co., N.C."

Ref: Adventurers of Purse and Person VIRGINIA 1607-1624/5. Has the reference to the letter of William Byrd I of Westover that mentions that a Womack (and others) was killed by Indians. The reference is to a book edited by Marion Tinling, The Correspondance of the Three Williams Byrd of Westover, Virginia, 1684-1776.

Inventory of Richard Womack, 1684, Henrico Co., VA., Henrico County Records, 1677-1692, Part 2, page 285:"Augt: the 19th: 1684:

p. tobo. & cask p. tobo. & cask
Brought over 7662
Two steers 6 yrs old 1000 Two jointer stocks & Joynters 60
Two Steers 5 yrs growth 800 one pr old belts: 10
one Steer of 3 yrs 200 1 pcell of old Coopr tools 120 130
Seven Cowes 2300 Eight trading knives
Three yearling Heifers 450 2 tomahauks 20
Four yearling Calves 280 One brass ladle: 6 16 old
One Canvas tick fether bed, pewter spoons 14 20
blanketts & Rug old 450 Two old water pails 20
One old feather bed blanketts One horse Saddle & bridle 450
& Rugg 550 One Mare & Colt 500
Two Small Iron potts 80 Two pds of beads, 1 plow chain,
one ditto 60 1 pr of pot racks 62
One old brasse kettle 380 One fryeing pan, 1 square,
Three old Guns 400 1 old tent: Saw 30
One Chest: 30 one long table One Boxen Iron, 1 sword & belt,
& form: 300 330 pcell of Skins 100
One Small do.: 50 6 wooden The half of a feather bed Rug
Chairs 42 92 & blankett 300
Seven pewter dishes: 130 1 pewtr. ___
flagon, 1 qrt. pot 35 165 9354
One Chamber pot, 1 driping pan(?) John his I B mark Baugh
1 spit, 1 spit 35 James his I B mark Ekins Sen.
One old press: 80 1 warming James Baugh
pan 10 90
Carryed over 7662
Sworn to in Henco: County court ye The Apprizrs Sworn p me Fran. Epes first day of Octobr 1684, p Mary Womeck Adm
Test H Randolph Cl Cur p whom it--- recorded. "

Thomas testified in the John hog theft thing, and yes John Granger, married to Richard's widow, was the plaintiff in the hog theft thing, but nothing in those records says John was related to those other Womacks. Today I found in my written notes of reading the FHL microfilm of the Henrico County Court Record book for 1677-93, for p.168, the following: "Richard Womecke of Parish of Bristoll . . . for love and affection . . . to brother John of same . . . 100 ac. on which Richard now lives . . ."; "line of Thos Puckett, Peter Ashbrook . . . Holmes Spring, Spring Slash, Ready branch of Ashen Swamp" Why Valentine didn't abstract this I don't know.

Source: David Dunn, email: dadunn@terranova.net
Womack, Richard Sr. (I512)
673 Richard Womack of Bristol Parish, Henrico Co. VA to his loving brother William Womack of aforesaid Parish and County. Recorded 1 Mar 1703.

An account of Estate of Richard Womack 1730 Henrico Co VA: Dr. and Cr. of Richard Womack Deceased: Fees in the amount of 2060 19/12/ 8-1/2 were paid to: John Bolling per Judgmt of Court, Henry Hatcher. Capt. Thomas Jefferson; John Puckett; Col. Franc. Epes; Henry Wook, clks fees; Mr. Secretary Carter; 3 appraizers at 40; Susanah Ware; Clks and Sherrifs; funeral charges; Mr. Thomas Eldridge Attorneys; Peter Ashbrook. Errors Excepted pr Elizabeth Womack on 12 M ar 1729. Final approval of Account by Court on first Monday in October 1730. Henrico Co Deeds and Wills No. 1, Part 2 1725-1737 p. 383.
Source: Joe C. Wilson

abt 1706 when Richard was 30, he married Elizabeth PUCKETT [5], daughter of John PUCKETT Jr. (1652-) & Elizabeth ALLEN, in Bristol Parish, Henrico County, VA. Born abt 1678. Elizabeth died in 1731, she was 53.

Compiler has parents as William Puckett. RGW 
Womack, Richard Jr. (I508)
674 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
675 Sailed from London on July 4th, 1635 at ? years on H.M.S. "Transport" for Jamestown, Virginia. Received certificate from Minister of Gravesend of his conformity of the orders and discipline oth? Church of England. On the same ship were 90 men and 61 women, mostly between 17 and 23 years, bound for the New World. Hatchett, Thomas (I476)
676 Same guy?

North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Groom:Peter Rich
Bride:Mary William
Bond Date:18 Jun 1785
Bond #:000114009
Level Info:North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Record #:01 227
Bondsman:John Craven
Witness:J Harper
Rich, Peter (I5400)
677 Sarah's ancestry is a mystery and has been a brick wall for some time. Though I have seen Overstreet records in Emanuel County, I have not seen any that could tie Sarah to a parent or sibling.

There is a Decatur County marriage between Sarah Rich and Wilson Butts that took place on 16 Dec 1830 (book AA-47, which is missing from probate court). It is possible that Martin died in 1829 or 1830 and Sarah was recorded in the 1830 census. Then later that year, she married Wilson Butts. However, she was already 50-60 in 1830, so this would have been a late-in-life marriage.

More research is needed! 
Overstreet, Sarah (I421)
678 soft cover, 113 pages, hand inscribed, "With best wishes, Johnson J. Hayes, Aug. 1965" Source (S32)
679 Some family histories list this Hatchett as the first to come to America in 1660. However, his father is assumed to be the first in this genealogy since his trip is recorded in the records of emigrants who went from Great Britain to the American Plantations between 1600 and 1700, preserved in the State Paper Department, London. Hatchett, John (I473)
680 Source Information:
Ancestry.com. Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Original data: State of Florida. Florida Death Index, 1877-1998. Florida: Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Records, 1998.
About Florida Death Index, 1877-1998
This index covers the death records in the State of Florida, USA, from 1936 to 1998. Most records contain a name, race, death date, death place, gender, birth date, volume number, and certificate number.

For more information about this database, click here.
This index covers over 5 million deaths recorded in Florida from 1877-1998. Most records contain:
Name of deceased
Death place (city and/or county)
Death date
Birth date
Certificate and/or volume number
This collection of records was digitized from microfiche provided by The Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, P.O. Box 210, Jacksonville, Florida 32231-0042. It is important to use the information gathered from this index to obtain a copy of the original record, as original records usually contain more information than do their indexes. Information about how to order a copy of a death certificate is available on The Florida Department of Health website.
The Bureau of Vital Statistics of the State Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, P.O. Box 210, Jacksonville, Florida 32231, has custody of birth and death records filed from January 1917 to date.
Death records begin about 1877, but the first state law mandating registration of deaths was passed in 1899, and records before 1917 are spotty. It is always wise to check with city health departments. Some years ago, for example, the St. Augustine Health Department deposited a number of "death certificates and burial permits" written on scraps of paper, prescription blanks, etc., for the late 1870s and early 1880s with its local historical society library. 
Source (S634)
681 Source Information:
Ancestry.com. Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.
About Social Security Death Index
The Social Security Administration Death Master File contains information on millions of deceased individuals with United States social security numbers whose deaths were reported to the Social Security Administration. Birth years for the individuals listed range from 1875 to last year. Information in these records includes name, birth date, death date, and last known residence.

The Death Master File (DMF) from the Social Security Administration (SSA) currently contains over 78.6 million records. The current update reflects the latest information provided by the SSA as of February 2007. The file is created from internal SSA records of deceased persons possessing social security numbers and whose deaths were reported to the SSA. Often this was done in connection with filing for death benefits by a family member, an attorney, a mortuary, etc. Each update of the DMF includes corrections to old data as well as additional names. [NOTE: If someone is missing from the list, it may be that the benefit was never requested, an error was made on the form requesting the benefit, or an error was made when entering the information into the SSDI.] 
Source (S20)
682 Source Information:
Hunting For Bears, comp.. Georgia Marriages, 1699-1944 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: Georgia marriage information taken from county courthouse records. Many of these records were extracted from copies of the original records in microfilm, microfiche, or book format, located at the Family History Library. 
Source (S1067)
683 SR 277 South Source (S835)
684 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rich, Jonathan Jacob (I4279)
685 Stephen's age range was determined by his age of 60-70 in the 1830 census. This is consistent with all other known facts about Stephen. Rich, Stephen (I4027)
686 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
687 tax years on this roll include:
Source (S967)
688 Terry was the sports editor for Irish Echo, which was started in 1928. Based in New York City, the Irish Echo is the oldest and largest Irish-American newspaper. He also had a radio program. Long, Terrence Leo (I1045)
689 The 1899 Somerville, Massachusetts marriage register for James Joseph Murphy and Catherine/Katherine Hurley indicates that James' parents were "Jeremiah and Mary (Mahoney)" Murphy. However, his parents are listed in the 1950 obituary and the death certificate as "Daniel and Mary (Mahoney) Murphy." This latter information was provided by James' daughter Elizabeth Murphy Wollaston, from his second marriage. Also mentioned in the obituary is a brother named Daniel Murphy. Perhaps this is the reason for the confusion. Note that James' first son (and only child from his first marriage) was named Jeremiah, probably after James' father. Murphy, Jeremiah (I2765)
690 The Colquitt City cemetery is in the southwestern area of Colquitt on the south side of U.S. Hwy 27. There are 52 unmarked graves and about 1/4 acre in the center with no signs of graves. Source (S836)
691 The community of Bethany was once called O'Riley and then Riley. The Stewart Cemetery in Bethany is approx. 2.5 miles east of the Bethany Baptist Church on SR 64 at Verna Bethany Road. The cemetery is southwest of Kibler Ranch Road on private property. The Manatee River lies to the south of the cemetery. The burial ground is approx. 70' x 70', surrounded by field fencing mounted on wooden posts. It is in a heavily wooded area, down a winding dirt trail on private property. (Note: No public access without permission of the property owner.) Source (S668)
692 The death date for Ida Frances McCann Rich was listed as 6 June 1921 on her tombstone, but was listed as 9 June 1921 on Ancestry.com's Georgia Death Index, 1919-1998. An obituary was not located for her in the Bainbridge Post-Searchlight to corroborate either of these two dates. Additional research is needed. McCann, Ida Frances (I963)
693 The first few pages of the Bible showing the published date are missing, but a similar Bible by Kimber & Sharpless found on Ebay had a published date of 1824.

Chain of ownership:
Elisha Basdale Phillips [original owner]
Sarah Lucretia Phillips Ferguson [daughter of E.B]
Elisha Smith Ferguson [son of Sarah]
Mary Phillips Ferguson [daughter of Elisha]
Susan Wachter [niece of Mary Ferguson] 
Source (S1007)
694 The following are two excerpts from the book "Bud" regarding Martha Jane Rich. While she is not mentioned by name, the data seems to point to her.

p. 72-73: "He [Bud, AKA Elijah A. J. Rich] did not know that the rich slave owners and their sons had escaped service in the war by paying various sums of money to the Confederacy, or by hiring substitutes to fight in their place. Neither did Bud know that his mother and sisters would be deprived of the support of his father while he was in the service of his country; that his mother and sisters would be left at the mercy of bushwhackers and raiders with no protection from the same country for which he was fighting, shedding his blood, and for which all but one of his brothers and brother-in-law had given their lives. Another thing Bud did not know - and this was the most terrible of all - that while he was away from home, a young slave owner, who had bought his way out of military service, had seduced and ruined one of his young sisters. This was another side of the war that had not been shown to Bud; and about which he knew nothing until he returned home on a furlough and received information that sickened him, and caused him to regret everything he had done for his country."

p. 73-74: "The soldiers' women were forced to plow, hoe and plant crops to prevent starvation. They continued to weave all the cloth for their clothing. Bud's widowed sister [Sarah Ann Rich who married Uriah Wilson] rode in an oxcart to a rich plantation owner and begged for enough corn for bread, and was refused. It was for the hope of something to eat, clothes to wear, and a "more abundant life" which caused his younger sister to surrender her virtue to a rich man." 
Rich, Martha "Jane" (I68)
695 The guesstimate for Shadrach's birth year of 1746-1756 is based on the fact that "Shadrachme Rich" was head of household in the 1790 census and was at least 16, making him born in 1775 at the latest. However, he was probably born much earlier based on the fact that the census showed a female (probably a wife) and several children in the household, one older than 16. Also, he was a bondsman for the marriage of his sister Agness in 1776. He still paid a poll tax in 1806, so he was presumably not older than 60 at that time. Therefore, he could not have been born before 1746.

A person named Shadrach Rich paid taxes in Decatur County, Georgia in 1825, but was not found in the county tax lists any other year. Could this have been the same man? Based on other evidence, he was probably a son or grandson. See Individual 4028 in this database for more information on the other Shadrach Rich, possibly born about 1801. 
Rich, Shadrach (I5153)
696 The Lane Cemetery is about 3 miles North of Brinson, GA on the Brinson/Colquitt Road (GA 310) at the intersection with Lane Bridge Road. Turn right for 1/8 mile and cemetery is in the field with United States Flag. Source (S209)
697 The LDS marriage record shows Ida's last name as "Fenel." Family F1558
698 The military service record for Private C. E. Haynes showed that he was home sick on furlough in Terrell County, Georgia on 31 Dec 1863. It was probably around this time that his only daughter, Sallie, was conceived. Haynes, Charles E. (I540)
699 The person said to be in possession on the original church minutes is Derrick Brock of Bainbridge at 229-243-8007. The oldest (not by age, just oldest member still there) member is Cliff Hutto at 229-246-7714 Source (S947)
700 The relationship between Percival Clay and David Clay has not been proven. For more details on this lead, please see the excellent site by Bill Schultz: http://www.percivalclay.org/index.html. Clay, Percival Sr. (I4124)

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