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951 [lambert-comeaux.FTW]

In 1910 census of Rutherford County, TN (ED 124/ sheet 3A):
self father mother
Lambert, Luther 32 married 10 yrs. TN GA TN works at nursery
Lillie 26 wife 4 chn/ 3 living TN TN TN
Clifford 10 son "
Earvy D. 7 son "
Victoria 3 dau "
Roy L. 24 brother TN GA TN works at nursery

He was probably actually named Isaac Luther, because his marriage record reads: "I. L. Lambert married Lizzie Brown on 9/16/1899". 
Lambert, Luther (I2621)
 
952 [lambert-comeaux.FTW]

Isaac was born in Georgia on September 11, 1838. His father James Lambert died before January 2, 1843 in Decatur County, GA. His mother Caroline Rodgers Lambert died in May of 1850 shortly after giving birth to a son.

On the 1850 Census of Decatur County, GA (District 22, p. 79A):
House # 774- Lambert, Issac 12M b- GA (1838)
Richard 6M b- GA (1844)
So apparently he was living with Richard (his brother) in a hotel owned by J. Cartledge and family. There was a teacher, Luke Mann (35) also living at the hotel with them and Thomas Mann (28).

The Minute Book A of Decatur County, GA for March 2, 1851 states:
Wherein James L. Cartledge of said County applies for letters of Guardianship to Isaac Richard Lambert orphan of James Lambert late of said County- descd- and shown to the Court that he has given notice in terms of law of this his said application, there being no objection thereto, it is ordered that the said James cartledge give bond in the sum of Sixty dollars with Sam (Lem?) Griffin of said County as security, and that he be notified as quardian to Said Isaac Lambert, (the said Richard Lambert having been taken by Ledford Rodgers formerly of this County beyond the jurisdictional lines of this Court,) before hte Clerk of this County- application? (last letters ecation?) upon his giving the bond and security for said." So it appears that Isaac lived with his stepfather James Cartledge after his mother died until he went to live with his maternal aunt Martha Rodgers Black at some point. His brother Richard must have been taken by their grandfather Ledford Rodgers back to Florida.

1860 Census of Decatur County, GA (District 15, p. 163, Bainbridge post office):
House # 460- Lambert, Isaac 22M carpenter b- GA
So in 1860 Isaac was living in the home of a B. Mobly 35M farmer with his wife Martha (Black) and their children John, Harman, William, Mary, and Mason .

5/11/1861- Isaac (age 22) was living in Decatur Couty, GA and enlisted in H Co. of the GA 5th Infantry regiment (Hardee Rifles).
4/18/1862- he transferred to A Co. of the GA 2nd Battalion Sharp Shooters
7/8/1864- he was a POW at Kennesaw Mountain, GA for 8 months
3/29/1865- he took an oath to the US Govt. at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois and joined E Co. of the US Army 6th Regiment Volunteer Infantry as a Private on the same day
10/14/1866- he was discharged from the US Army

12/26/1867- he married Soota A. Scivally in Lincoln County, TN at age 29.

On 7/19/1879, Isaac R. Lambert (age 41) & Hiram Anderson petitioned the Court for a lunacy hearing on John Scivally Jr. After hearing the proof, the petition was dismissed. Many times lunacy hearings were held if a person was simply old, senile or had medical problems. (from "Tennessee Tidbits 1778-1914 VOL IV" by Marjorie Hood Fischer, pp. 404-405.) John Scivally Jr. was Soota's father. Hiram Anderson was John Scivally Jr's son-in -law (married to Ruthe Catherine Scivally).

The 1880 census of Moore County, TN shows Soota Lambert and her children Jim, Mary and Luther living with her brother George Scivally on his land. Isaac is not listed so maybe he was away from home on business.

A Franklin County, TN marriage book lists Isaac R. Lambert J.P. (Justice of the Peace) as performing some of the marriages in 1899.

1900 Census of Franklin County, TN (ED 25, sheet 11, line 41):
#213- Lambert, Isaac 61 WM b- 9/1838 in GA, father b- SC, mother b- FL, carpenter, married 32 years
Soota 49? WF, wife, b- 11/1850? in TN, father b- NC, mother b- TN, 9 chn/ 6 living
Nancy C. 18 WF, dau, b- 5/1882 in TN, single, father b- GA, mother b- TN
Leroy L. 13 WM, son, b- 3/1887 in TN, " " "
#212- Lambert, James 27 WM b- 11/1872 in TN, married, father b- GA, mother b-TN (Isaac's oldest son)
Lucille 23 WF, wife, b- 11/1876, father & mother b- TN, married 2 years & no chn.
#214- Lambert, Luther 21 WM b- 9/1838 in TN, married, father b- GA, mother b- TN (Isaac's son)
Lillie 17 WF, wife, b- 4/1883 in TN, father & mother b- TN, married < 1 year, no chn.
Isaac's sons James and Leroy were listed as farm laborers and his son Luther was listed as a nursery laborer.
1910 Census of Franklin County, TN (ED 26, sheet 2):
#52- Lambert, Isaac R. 72 WM b- GA
#53- Soota A. 69 WF (b- 1841?)
Warren, Dars M. 39 dau
James C. 44 son-in-law
Bertha 16 granddau
Lass A. 14 "
Ruby G. 5 "
On 2/17/1913 Isaac (age 75) filed for a Civil War Federal pension in TN and no widow was listed, so Soota had probably died already.

Isaac's Civil War Pension Application file contained the following info:
Declaration for Pension filed in Huntsville, AL:
1. On 1/27/1913 Isaac appeared before a Probate Judge in Madison County, AL and declared that he was 74 years of age and a resident of Franklin County, TN. He stated that he enrolled at Camp
Douglas, Ill. on 3/29/1865 as a private in Co. E 6th U.S. Vols. and was honorably discharged on 10/14/1866. Isaac stated that he was away from camp on a detail with surveying squad when his company was discharged. He stated that he was born on 9/11/1838, had served 1 year in the
U S Army and was disabled due to deafness and old age. The declaration was witnessed by Thomas Jones, his son Roy Lambert and W.E. Franklin.
2. On 2/15/1913 Roy Lambert (residing in Huntsville, AL) and W.E. Franklin (residing in Huntsville area)
swore that they had known Isaac for 25 and 30 years repectively and witnessed him sign his declaration.
3. On 3/15/1913 the Dept. of the Interior Bureau of Pensions in Washington, D.C. asked the War Dept.
to return to them information on Isaac's service record. They stated that Isaac had entered the service on 3/29/1865 as a private in Co. E 6th Reg't US Vol. Inf. and was discharged on 10/14/1866.
(File #1408453)
4. At the time he enterd the service, Isaac was 26 years of age, 5 feet 8 1/2 inches tall with a light complexion, blue eyes and light hair. He had been born in Decatur, GA and was a carpenter.
5. This record stated that Isaac had deserted on 9/26/1865 and that "the charge of desertion had never been removed and no application for it's removal was pending".

So it seems as though Isaac did not receive any pension. He may have stayed in Huntsville with his son Roy or moved back to Winchester until his death.

Hunt Cemetery In Franklin Cty, TN has the following graves listed:

#11- Hallie F. Lambert- 1892-19--
#12- James W. Lambert- 1872-1951
#15- Mary C. Lambert (3/11/1876- 12/5/1916), wife of R. N. Davis
#16- N. Caroline Lambert Bryson ( 5/6/1882-7/17/1906)
#20- James (C.) Warren- died 10/18/1946- aged 80 years, 11 months & 11 days
#35- "James Warren's wife- another Lambert sister (Mary/Muse E. Lambert born abt. 1872)
#36- "James Lambert's father buried here- no marker- first to carry mail out of Estill Springs, by horse to Eastbrook"-- Isaac Lambert's grave!!

9/14/2002- Isaac's grandson, George Isaac Lambert (78), told me that Isaac owned a large farm in Winchester Springs, TN and applied for his Civil War pension in 1913 when he was having financial difficulties. He lost the farm due to payment of taxes. 
Lambert, Isaac R. (I2617)
 
953 [lambert-comeaux.FTW]

James is buried with Hallie F. Lambert in Hunt Cemetery, Franklin County, TN- Hallie was born in 1892 and died sometime in 19??. She may have been his second wife. In 1920 James and his wife Lucille? had her mother Ethelinda Reigin?, 82 years old, living with them and their son Vernon in Franklin Cty, TN.
The 1930 Census of Franklin County TN- Estill Springs ( Vol. 27, ED 17, sheet 53) lists:
James Lambert, age 57 with his wife "Haley" (Hallie), age 37, born in AL with
Carl, age 8, their son and George, age 5, their son

The marriage records of Franklin County, TN reads: "Jim Lambert married Lou Ella Riddle on 10/17/1897". 
Lambert, James Wilson (I2620)
 
954 [lambert-comeaux.FTW]

Leroy (Roy) Lambert's parents were farmers and lived in middle Tennessee (around Winchester and Tullahoma) where all three of their children were born (two boys & one girl). While young, Roy came to Huntsville, AL and did electrical work. He also worked in the textile industry. At the beginning of World War I, he enlisted in the Army, served in France and returned to Huntsville and civilian life after the war.
He enlisted on 12/14/1917 at Birmingham, AL and was discharged on 2/25/1919 due to a disability of "affected eyes". He was then residing at 807 O'Shaughnessy Ave. in Huntsville, AL. His occupation at the time of his enlistment was "mill hand at textile mill". At the time of his discharge he was a Private in Battalion E of the 60th CAC (Cavalry).
He reenlisted on 1/14/1921 and was discharged on 1/13/1922 as a Corporal in Hg. Det. 2nd Bn. 19th F.A.
His final reenlistment was in 1937.
He worked at his civilian trades a few years, then rejoined the Cavalry at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. Several weeks after re-enlisting, his body was found in the Tennesse River in Chatanooga, TN on 6/10/1937 (apparently he had been murdered). He is buried in the Chattanooga National Cemetery in Post 75. He was a private, served in Detachment, Quartermaster Corps, US Army. The informant on his death certificate was listed as James Lambert, Estill Springs, TN. 
Lambert, Leroy Leonidus (I2616)
 
955 [lambert-comeaux.FTW]

Listed as Dars M. Lambert, age 39, on census of 1910 in Franklin County, TN. Listed on her brother Leroy's military record as "Mussie" Warren residing in Tullahoma, TN in 1930. 
Lambert, Masadore (Muse) E. (I2622)
 
956 [lambert-comeaux.FTW]

Soota's actual birthdate is not determined. She is listed on the census of 1880 as 25 years old, 1900 census as 49? and 1910 census as 69. She was the daughter of John Scivally Jr and Nancy Smith. Early census listings read "Looti" and "Lootiann". 
Scivally, Soota A. (I2619)
 
957 [lambert-comeaux.FTW]

The Minute Book A, page 401 of Decatur County, GA for March 2, 1851 states that " the said Richard Lambert having been taken by Ledford Rodgers formerly of this County beyond jurisdictional lines of this Court, before the Clerk of this County- application upon his giving the bond and said security for such". This excerpt would indicate that Richard did not die before March of 1851 and probably was taken by his grandfather to live with him in Florida. Richard would have been about 7 years old at that time. 
Lambert, Richard (I2625)
 
958 [lambert-comeaux.FTW]

There were two James Lamberts living in Decatur County, GA in 1840. James Lambert Sr. was born about 1798 and James Lambert Jr. was born about 1819. On 6/28/1832, James Lambert (Sr- age 34) marries Mary Ann Hines on 6/28/1832 in DCG (Decatur County, GA). James Jr. is only 13 at this time. A "James Lambert" marries Caroline Ro(d)gers on 12/20/1836 in Leon County, FL (James Sr- 38 and James Jr- 17). This James Lambert apparently dies about 1845, after he and Caroline have sons Isaac (b- 1838) and Richard (b-1844), because she remarries (James L. Cartledge) in 1846.
There is also a listing for a James L. Lambert married to Martha J. Hagood on 11/22/1872 in Gadsden, FL. This may have been James Lambert Jr., who would have been 53 at this time or one of his sons?
If this is correct, then it may have been James Lambert Sr. who died in 1845 at age 47.

Isaac Lambert listed his father as being born in "SC" on the censuses, but he might have thought Burke County, GA was a part of SC, since most ot the pioneers of District 22, the Calvary area, originally came from North Carolina and this area was known as the "North Carolina Settlement" until 1877.

The original James Lambert, who was the forefather of these Lamberts, was born in North Carolina and died in Burke County, GA in 1804. He came to Burke County, GA in 1757 with his wife and 3 slaves. By 1769 he had two children and by 1772, he had four children (all children were born in Burke Co. and his wife elsewhere). Andrew Lambert is suspected as being the father of this original James. From "The Families of Burke County, 1755-1855, A Census" by Davis & Lucas:
"Lambert, James, Mar. 1764, Se. yrs. in Ga., Has wife and 3 slaves, asks for 200 acres; Jan. 1768, granted 200 a.; Apl 1769, has 2 children and 4 slaves, asks for 200 a. (formerly owned by Peter Grant dec'd.); July 1769,; granted 200 a., Apl 1771, has 2 more slaves, asks for 100 acres next to Womack and Anthony Stokes; Nov. 1771 granted 50 a.; Jan. 1772; has 4 children, asks for 50 a., Little Buckhead Cr.; Aug. 1790, Capt. 6th Militia; Jan. 1783, signed petition; July 1783, on road commision for Quaker Rd."

Copy of 1840 Decatur County, Georgia Census, page 14 shows:

James Lambert, Sr. household: males: under 5: 1, 10-15: 1, 15-20: 1, 50 & under 60: 1; females: 5-10: 1, 20-30: 1. (Total of 6 in household)
James Lambert, Jr. household: males: 20--30: 1, females: 15-20: 1. (Total of 2 in household)
They lived next to each other.

January 2, 1843- Minute Book A of Decatur County, GA, p. 210:
"It appearing to the Court that James Lambert Adms. of Lilliancy Pell Cole (or maybe Call) Late of said County deceased ha made application in the Southern Records a public Gazette of this State four months previous to this term of the Court for having to sell the Lands belonging to the Estate of said deceased and a portion of the Negroes of said deceased. And it further appearing to this Court that the situation of said Estate begin the sale of said property. It is therefore ordered that the said James Lambert have Law to sell the Lands belonging to said Estate and the following Negroes to mit. Hand a man, Jack a man, Albert a man, Lucy a woman and her infant Child and Luci a woman Also and her infant child in terms of the Law.
Whereas it appears to the Court that Caroline Lambert and Ledford Rodgers have made applications for letter of adms. on the Estate of James Lambert, descd. Also appearing to the Court that Elias M. Kemp hath made application for Letter of Admr on siad Estate and It appearing to this Court that Carolina Lambert the dght to said Adms she being the widow of said decd. It is therefore ordered by the Court that Clerk do offer Letters of Administration to said Caroline and Ledford they first giving bond and security in the sum of two thousand dollars and otherwise qualifying according to Law."

It seems that James published notification to sell Lilliancy Pell Cole's land in the Southern Records newspaper about September of 1842, so it appears that James died between September 1842 and January 2, 1843. (If this was James Sr. he would have died about age 45, if James Jr. he would have been about age 24.)

July 3, 1843- Minute Book A of Decatur County, GA, page 219:
"Whereas it appears to this Court that Ledford Rodgers Adm and Caroline Lambert Admsse on the Estate of James Lambert decd hath made application by publication inone of the public gazettes of this state for four months previous to this term of the Court for have to sell all Lands and Negroes belonging to the Estate od said deceased. It is therefore ordered by the Court that the said Admis have Law to sell said Estate in terms of the Law."

Caroline Rodgers Lambert married James L. Cartledge on January 27, 1846. She died during childbirth in May of 1850. Her unnamed son died one month later in June of 1850.

March 2, 1851- Minute Book A of Decatur County, GA, page 401:
"Wherein James L. Cartledge of said County applies for letters of Guardianship to Isaac Richard Lambert orphan of James Lambert late of said County- descd- and shown to the Court that he has given notice in terms of the law of this his said application, there being no objection thereto, it is ordered that the said James Cartledge give bond in the sum of Sixty dollars with Sam (Lem?) Griffin of said County as security, and that he be notified as quardian to Said Isaac Lambert (the said Richard Lambert having been taken by Ledford Rogers formerly of this County beyond the jurisdictional lines of this Court,) before the Clerk of this County- application? (last letters ecation ?) upon his giving the bond and security for said"
So James' two sons are split up. Richard is taken out of Georgia (to Florida?) by his grandfather Ledford Rodgers and Isaac remains in Decatur County, GA with his stepfather James Cartledge. 
Lambert, James (I2624)
 
959 [longold3.ged.FTW]

Deloris, I checked the other messages on this forum concerning Daniel T. Mashburn. They appear to be accurate.

I do not recall the particulars off the top of my head but I think he was the eldest son of a Mashburn in Onlsow County. The father and mother died and the children were placed in homes of relatives. Daniel went to GA to seek his fortune and after he had established himself sent for his brothers and sisters.

This family was related to the Shephard family of Onslow County. There was a Daniel Mashburns in Burke Co, NC and some of his relatives settled in north but this is not the same man. 
MASHBURN, Daniel T. (I1110)
 
960 [longold3.ged.FTW]

Robert, my listings (handed down, and somewhat word of mouth in spots) reflect a Reverend James W. Mashburn, son of William Daniel (David) Mashburn and Elizabeth Jenkins. The Reverend was born on 30 Nov 1830 in Washington Co., GA and married Nancy Reid Wilcox on 12 Sept 1854. He died on 30 Nov (Birthday!) in 1892 and place of burial is not listed. Does this help you at all?

Not too much in my files on Delphia Warren, except that I have a copy of William Daniel (David) Mashburn's application for a Revolutionary War pension, copied from the National Archives, in which he names Delphia as his wife.

William was the son of Matthew Mashburn (Marshbourne), b. abt 1703 in Nansemond Co., VA and d. abt. 1760 and Sarah Strand (no info on her). They had 14 (15?) children: Matthew who married Susanna Stroud of Burke Co., NC abt 1790, and d. abt. 1826, Samuel, Edward, David, Mary, Anne, Martha, James, Pricilla,Elizabeth, Charity, Rachel, Jethro, William Daniel (David) who married Delphia Warren, and another William(?).

Matthew was (we believe) either the son or grandson of Edward Mashburn, the schoolteacher. My brother says that he has established the connection, but I have not received the information from him just yet. 
Mashburn, James W. (I1303)
 
961 [longold3.ged.FTW]

St. Giles-in-the-fields
Reseachers are warned that there is another (better-known) St. Giles parrish in London called St. Giles, Cripplegate which is located north of the old London Wall.


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History of St. Giles-in-the-fields
In 1665, the Great Plague of London broke out in the parish of St. Giles-in-the-Fields. In the span of one month, the earthen mounds of 1,391 burials covered the churchyard and the plague spread throughout the city.


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Edward's Baptism Record
In 1676, Edward MASHBURN was baptized at St. Giles-in-the-Fields. In the parish records, his parents are listed as Edward and Sarah MASHBURN.


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When Edward Mashburn Was Fifty.
In 1727, the joint parishes of St Giles-in-the-Fields and St George erected a parish workhouse in Holton at the north side of the junction of Endell Street and Short's Gardens. English records of this period document the poor conditions inwhich the people of the parrish lived. If Edward Mashburn was still living at this time, he was better off in America than if he had stayed in his home parish.

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The church building of
St. Giles-in-the-fields
was rebuilt soon after Edward Mashburn left for America. This structure is still in use and contains a pulpit used by John Wesley. Quite a few famous people are buried here.

St. Dunstan's Parish
Elizabeth Nash
Sarah SINDERY, the mother of Edward Mashburn, Jr., died before 1685 because on 16 May of that year his father married Elizabeth NASH at St. Dunstans. Edward must have been close to Elizabeth because he referred to her as his mother.


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Edward father's died (date unknown) and in 1698 Elizabeth married Edward LLOYD who operated the famous coffee house on Lombard Street in London.



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Copyright 2001 by Steve Mashburn - All Rights Reserved
This page last updated: 06/09/2002 18:17:19
 
Mashburn, Edward (I1304)
 
962 [longold3.ged.FTW]

The Lanier Home Page
Compiled by Wayne D. Lanier

Nicholas Lanier
1690 - Before 1779

Nicholas was born about 1690 in Charles City County, Virginia, the son of John Lanier and Sarah Edmunds, John's second wife. Sarah was the widow of William Edmunds. Nicholas married Mary, possibly Shepherd, about 1713 or 1714. By a deed dated April 2, 1728, and recorded in Prince George County, Nicholas Lanier describes himself as the son of John Lanier, and now of Brunswick County. He and Mary convey land patented formerly by his father; at the same time they sell another patent granted to John Lanier and Peter Wyche in 1663, to Holmes Boisseau of Prince George County. Patent Book 11, p 365. Although he was in Brunswick as early as 1728, the first deed recorded to him was dated April 5, 1739. He was one of the first Justices in 1736, Captain of a Company of Militia, Sheriff, Church Warden of St. Andrews Parish, and held many other important offices. Nicholas lived to a "very advanced age", his will was offered for probate August 23, 1779, but was contested by Nicholas Shepherd Lanier, "his heir at law"; it was never admitted to record and was later found among Court papers. Upon the death of Nicholas Shepherd Lanier in 1781, the Court ordered that William Lanier, who had been named Executor by his father be summoned to go on with the proof of the said will. This continued for several years, with many depositions and is recorded in Order Book 2, p 169, Brunswick County, Virginia.



5 Nicholas Lanier 1690 - Bef 1779
+Mary Shepherd
6 John Lanier Abt 1715 -
6 Nicholas Shepherd Lanier 1717 -
6 William Lanier Abt 1720 -
6 Thomas Lanier 1722 -
+Elizabeth Hicks
7 Molly Lanier 1744 -
7 Robert Lanier 1746 - 1785
+Jane Patillo
8 Thomas Lanier 1776 -
8 Elizabeth Lanier 1778 -

7 Sally Lanier 1748 -
7 Elizabeth Lanier 1750 -
7 Catherine Lanier 1752 -
7 Martha Lanier 1754 -
7 Rebecca Lanier 1757 - 1832
+Joseph Williams 1748 - 1827
8 Robert Williams 1773 -
8 Joseph Williams 1775 -
8 John Williams 1778 - 1837
+Melinda White
9 Mary Lawson Williams 1806 -
9 Joseph Lanier Williams 1807 -
9 Rebecca J. Williams 1809 -
9 Fanny Williams 1810 -
9 Margaret McClung Williams 1814 -
9 James White Williams 1816 -
9 John Williams 1818 - 1881
+Rhoda Campbell Morgan 1818 - 1867
10 Rufus Williams 1846 -
10 James Williams 1847 -
10 John Williams 1850 -
10 Thomas Lanier Williams 1859 -
+Isabella Coffin
11 Ella Williams
11 Isabelle Williams
11 Cornelius Coffin Williams 1879 - 1957
+Edwina Dakin
12 Rose Williams
12 Walter Dakin Williams

12 Thomas Lanier Williams 1914 - ????
(AKA Tenneessee Williams)

Thomas Lanier Williams was one of America's
foremost playwrights; b. Columbus, Miss. His poetic
dramas, filled with tension and brilliant dialogue, explore
society's passions and frustrations. He scored his first
successes with The Glass Menagerie (1945) and A
Streetcar Named Desire (1947; Pulitzer). His other plays
include Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1955; Pulitzer), Sweet
Bird of Youth (1959), The Night of the Iguana (1961),
and Small Craft Warnings (1972). Williams also wrote
short stories, two novels, verse, and his Memoirs (1975).

10 Elizabeth Trigg Williams
+Joseph W. Sneed

9 Cynthia Williams 1820 -
9 Susan Williams 1824 -
9 Charles Williams 1826 -

*2nd Wife of Thomas Lanier, 1722-1805:
+Frances Clanton

8 Nathaniel Williams 1780 -
8 William Williams 1783 -
8 Lewis Williams 1786 -
8 Thomas Lanier Williams 1786 -
8 Rebecca Williams 1788 -
8 Sterling Williams 1791 -
8 Alexander Williams 1793 -
8 Frances Williams 1796 -
8 Nicholas Lanier Williams 1800 -

7 Thomas Lanier 1760 -
7 Susannah Lanier 1763 -
7 Lewis Lanier 1765 -
7 Frances Lanier 1767 -
7 William Hicks Lanier 1770 -
+Mary Garland Ballard - Bef 1840
8 William H. Lanier 1805 - 1886
+Judith Carter Cabaniss
9 Elizabeth Ann Lanier 1831 - 1883
+Richard Henry Applewhite
10 Coquilla Cry (Cora) Applewhite 1865-
+Benjamin M. Clement

(Information regarding William Hicks Lanier
provided courtesy of Mary Clement Douglass.)

6 Lewis Lanier Abt 1725 -
6 Sarah Lanier Aft 1725 - 
Lanier, Nicholas (I1365)
 
963 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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Votaw, Quinby Brown (I2726)
 
964 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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Votaw, Moses (I2727)
 
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Quinby, Elizabeth (I2729)
 
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Votaw, Isaac (I2730)
 
967 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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Votaw, Elizabeth (I2731)
 
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Votaw, Sarah (I2732)
 
969 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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Votaw, Ann (I2733)
 
970 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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Votaw, Joseph (I2734)
 
971 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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Votaw, Mary V (I2735)
 
972 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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Votaw, Daniel (I2736)
 
973 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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Votaw, Moses (I2737)
 
974 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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Votaw, Aaron (I2738)
 
975 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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[Votaw.FTW]

"Best I can remember by what I heard in my father's family about that time (death of Rachel) that beautiful and loved Aunt of thine (Rachel) was murdered and report then said that some of the Hicksite families done all they could to shield that scoundrel of a Jim Courtney that died a few years ago and just
before his last he said he murdered Rachel Votaw. I remember hearing my father talking and one man, I think his name Galbreath, that swore in court that Jim was away the night that she was killed, so that it could not of been him. Cousin (E. H. Votaw), were I in thy place and ever went to Columbiana
County I would go and examine the old court records at Lisbon. "My mother saw the thumb and finger marks on her throat, and always believed she was choked to (death) by that demon, but those I speak of tried to make it appear that she had choked herself to death by her handkershief around her neck ..."
Charles S. Votaw.

Died at the hand of James Courtney (as indicated by strong evidence). Aaron Griffith. 
Votaw, Rachel (I2739)
 
976 [marybrown-2-28090.ged]

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Votaw, Frances (I2740)
 
977 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

!BIRTH: Decatur County GA 1860 census.

!DEATH: Georgia Death Certificate (re g. no. 233)
Local newspaper article

!BURIAL: Local newspaper article

J ames E. Daughtry .... citizen of Mitchell County died at his home 5 miles east of Baconton, GA. Funeral services were held at Open Pond Church, Decatur County GA at Climax Baptist Church. Buried at Open Pond Cemetery. Born and reared in Decatur County near Bainbridge. Engaged in farming in Bainbridge. Moved to Mitc hell County 2 years ago (prior to death). He was a member of Mars Hill Christia n Church since early in life. Survived by his wife Martha Daughtry, 6 children , 4 sons. Homer Daughtry of Pelham, GA., Horace Daughtry of Tampa, FL. Robert Daughtry of Climax, GA., Seth Daughtry of Albany, GA., and 2 daugthers. Mrs W. H. Eaton of Baconton, GA. and J. S. Miller of Grady County, GA. He leaves one brother William Daughtry of FL.
from a local newspaper article.
Died influ enza (death certificate)

!MARRIAGE: Decatur County, GA mariage certificate. Her name is Mollie McCullers[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County GA 1860 census.

!DEATH: Georgia Death Certificate (re g. no. 233)
Local newspaper article 
Daughtry, James Emmett (I0186)
 
978 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census
Last name and birth place from James E. Daughtry (son) death certificate.[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census
Last name and birth place from James E. Daughtry (son) death certificate.[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census
Last name and birth place from James E. Daughtry (son) death certificate.Lanier & Mills Family Bible Record

Transcribed by: Ida Kirkland Boyce Email: ida@avanam.net
Compiled by: Mr. Eustus Howard Hayes, sometime between 1954 - 1956
Obtained from: Microfilm at the Georgia Archives, Drawer 91, Roll 62

=======================================================
In possession of Mrs. Nina Morgan Smith of 317 Shotwell St., Bainbridge, Georgia


Benjamin Lanier son of Bird Thomas Lanier and Mary his wife was born Dec
14th, 1732
Mary Lanier Dau of Benjamin Lanier & Susannah her mother was born Dec 25, 1759
Clement Lanier son of Benjamin Lanier & Susannah his mother was born June
23, 1762
Berraman Lanier son of Benjamin Lanier & Susannah his mother was born
March 16, 1766 died Sept 11, 1785

Bird Lanier son of Benjamin Lanier & Susannah his mother was born Nov 20, 1770
John Lanier son of Benjamin Lanier & Susannah his mother was born March 9, 1774
Betse Lanier dau of Benjamin & Susannah his mother was born Sept 13, 1779
Larey or Lucy Lanier dau of Benjamin Lanier & Susannah her mother was
born June 12, 1782
Nancy Lanier dau of Benjamin Lanier & Susannah her mother was born May 10, 1783
Benjamin Lanier son of Bird Thomas Lanier & Mary his mother was born Dec
14, 1732 died Aug (blot) 1817 83 yrs of age

Mills Record

Thomas Mills son of Archibal Mills & Elizabeth his mother was born April
1st Day
in the Year 17 (blot)

Nancy Lanier Mills, wife of Thomas Mills born May 10, 1783
Susannah Mills dau of Thomas Mills & Nancy born April 30, 1808 died May 5, 1816
Mary Ann Madderson Mills dau of Thomas Mills & Nancy was born Dec 3, 1809
Hannah Dickson dau of Mikal Dickson & Mary his wife was born May 29, 1803
John Lanier Dickson son of Mikal Dickson & Mary his wife was born Dec 14, 1806
died July 10, 1856

Elizabeth Mills was born Jan 23, 1812
William Jasper Mills son of Thomas Mills & Nancy his mother was born Feb.
(blot) 1814
Rebecca Mills dau of Thomas Mills & Nancy her mother was born June 12, 1816
Died Jan (blot) 1820

John Lanier Mills son o Thomas Mills & Nancy his mother was born about 1824.
Archibald Mills son of Thomas Mills & Nancy his mother born 1820
Robert Dickson was born the 13 of Nov 1777
Hannah Lanier wife of Robert Dickson dau of Benjamin Lanier & Susannah
Mills (Lanier)
was born Sept 13, 1779

John Lanier Dickson was born March 12, 1799 died Sept 16, 1802

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Mills, Elizabeth (I1552)
 
979 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census
1880 Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Seth DAUGHTRY Self M Male W 30 GA Farmer --- ---
Minda DAUGHTRY Other M Female W 30 FL Keeps House FL FL
Riley DAUGHTRY Other S Male W 9 GA GA FL
Andrew DAUGHTRY Son S Male W 7 GA GA FL
Nora DAUGHTRY Dau S Female W 4 GA GA FL
Zachariah DAUGHTRY Son S Male W 2 GA GA FL
Lorena DAUGHTRY Dau S Female W 1 GA GA FL


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Source Information:
Census Place E.D. 1, Bainbridge, Decatur, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254143
NA Film Number T9-0143
Page Number 141D 
Daughtry, Jacob Seth (I0147)
 
980 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census 
Daughtry, Zacharia (I0376)
 
981 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census[mobley.FTW]

[longnew.ged.FTW]

[mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1850 Federal Census 
Daughtry, Frances (I0377)
 
982 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1860 Federal Census[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1860 Federal Census[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1860 Federal Census 
Daughtry, Elizabeth (I0188)
 
983 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1860 Federal Census[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1860 Federal Census[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Decatur County, GA 1860 Federal Census 
Daughtry, Jasper (I1553)
 
984 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

BIOGRAPHY: Farmer Decatur County, GA 1850 census. Farmer 1500 acres Decatur Cou nty, GA 1860 census.

BIRTH: Birth place from James E. Daughtry (son) death c ertificate.


Very strange:


James W. Daughtry found in:

Georgia, 1851-1900 Marriage Index
Gender: Male
Spouse: Quinsy McDonald
Marriage Date: Jun 29, 1864
County: Decatur
More About: This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 0249479 - 0249482
Data Introduction [daughtry.FTW]

Daughtry, James W. McDonald, Tincy 29 Jun 1864 W A - 419


BIOGRAPHY: Farmer Decatur County, GA 1850 census. Farmer 1500 acres Decatur Cou nty, GA 1860 census.

BIRTH: Birth place from James E. Daughtry (son) death c ertificate.


Civil War Records

Possible same person: James W Daughtry

Residence: Clinch County, Georgia Occupation:
Service Record:
Enlisted as a Private on 01 September 1861
Enlisted in Company E, 29th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 01 September 1861.
Absent, without leave Company E, 29th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 30 August 1862
[daughtry.FTW]

BIOGRAPHY: Farmer Decatur County, GA 1850 census. Farmer 1500 acres Decatur Cou nty, GA 1860 census.

BIRTH: Birth place from James E. Daughtry (son) death c ertificate.

7 763 763 Daughtery James 40 M Farmer GA X
8 763 763 Daughtery Elizabeth 28 F GA X
9 763 763 Daughtery Frances 8 F GA
10 763 763 Daughtery Wm. 4 M GA
11 763 763 Daughtery Zachariah 2 M GA
12 763 763 Daughtery Jacob 8/12 M GA 
Daughtry, James William (I0182)
 
985 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry-jamesw1810.ged]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0084
 
986 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: From Newspaper - Bainbridge,GA (19 DEC 1935)

!DEATH: From Newspaper - Bainbridge,GA (19 DEC 1935)

!BURIAL: Bainbidge, GA newspaper article.

B IOGRAPHY: She was a member Clair Pond Baptist Church. She was burried in Clair Pond Cemetery. She survived by 4 sons and 2 daughters. Mr. W. S. Daughtry of Al bany, GA., Mr. G. H. Daughtry of Pelham, GA., Mr. H. A. Daughtry of Tampa, FL., Mr. R. C. Daughtry of Climax, GA., Mrs. J. S. Miller of Pelham, GA., and Mrs. W. H. Eaton of Baconton, GA.
From Bainbridge, GA newspaper 19 Dec 1935.

!M ARRIAGE: Decatur County, GA mariage certificate. Her name is Mollie McCullers[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: From Newspaper - Bainbridge,GA (19 DEC 1935)

!DEATH: From Newspaper - Bainbridge,GA (19 DEC 1935)

!BURIAL: Bainbidge, GA newspaper article.

B IOGRAPHY: She was a member Clair Pond Baptist Church. She was burried in Clair Pond Cemetery. She survived by 4 sons and 2 daughters. Mr. W. S. Daughtry of Al bany, GA., Mr. G. H. Daughtry of Pelham, GA., Mr. H. A. Daughtry of Tampa, FL., Mr. R. C. Daughtry of Climax, GA., Mrs. J. S. Miller of Pelham, GA., and Mrs. W. H. Eaton of Baconton, GA.
From Bainbridge, GA newspaper 19 Dec 1935.

!M ARRIAGE: Decatur County, GA mariage certificate. Her name is Mollie McCullers 
McCullars, Martha Elizabeth (I0330)
 
987 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Social Security Death Index (ssn 254-10-4581) Georga census index 1900, line 40, sheet 1, e.d.48, line 66. Living at time of 1900 census in Fitzgerald , Irwin Co., GA (census has Sep 1891). According to birth certificate (10 Mar 1891), Thersa LaBorde and Woodrow Daughtrty she was born in 1891 although socia security information and death certificate has 1893 (no doubt incorrect).

!DEATH: Social Security Death Index (ssn 254-10-4581) from death certificate.

!BURIAL: Pelham Cemetery

BIOGRAPHY: Prior to death she was in the Tallahas see Memorial Hospital.[daughtry.FTW]

!BIRTH: Social Security Death Index (ssn 254-10-4581) Georga census index 1900, line 40, sheet 1, e.d.48, line 66. Living at time of 1900 census in Fitzgerald , Irwin Co., GA (census has Sep 1891). According to birth certificate (10 Mar 1891), Thersa LaBorde and Woodrow Daughtrty she was born in 1891 although socia security information and death certificate has 1893 (no doubt incorrect).

!DEATH: Social Security Death Index (ssn 254-10-4581) from death certificate.

!BURIAL: Pelham Cemetery

BIOGRAPHY: Prior to death she was in the Tallahas see Memorial Hospital. 
Eaton, Hilda Zelima (I1585)
 
988 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

!BURIAL: Information from grave stone in Pellham Mispah cemetery.

!MARRIAGE: Ducatur County, GA marriage certificate.

BIOGRAPHY: Climax, GA - Funeral wa s at Ivey funeral home. She was burried Mispa Cemetery. She was a member of Mar s Hill Christian Church in Decatur County. Surviving 2 sons. Cecil E. Eaton of Pelham, GA. and Gilford Eaton of Climax, GA
3 daughters Mrs. W. B. Bates of Ne wton, Mrs. Frank Thomas of Climax, GA and Mrs. J. R. Faircloth of Moultrie, GA. Two brothers, Homer Daughtry and Horace Daughtry of Tampa FL.
From newspap er article

BIOGRAPHY: She died in Vereen Memorial Hospital in Moultrie, GA. She was a native and life time resident of Climax, GA.
From newspaper article[daughtry.FTW]

!BURIAL: Information from grave stone in Pellham Mispah cemetery.

!MARRIAGE: Ducatur County, GA marriage certificate.

BIOGRAPHY: Climax, GA - Funeral wa s at Ivey funeral home. She was burried Mispa Cemetery. She was a member of Mar s Hill Christian Church in Decatur County. Surviving 2 sons. Cecil E. Eaton of Pelham, GA. and Gilford Eaton of Climax, GA
3 daughters Mrs. W. B. Bates of Ne wton, Mrs. Frank Thomas of Climax, GA and Mrs. J. R. Faircloth of Moultrie, GA. Two brothers, Homer Daughtry and Horace Daughtry of Tampa FL.
From newspap er article

BIOGRAPHY: She died in Vereen Memorial Hospital in Moultrie, GA. She was a native and life time resident of Climax, GA.
From newspaper article 
Daughtry, Anna Lilla (I0334)
 
989 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

!BURIAL: Mispah Cemetery

!MARRIAGE: Ducatur County, GA marriage certificate.[daughtry.FTW]

!BURIAL: Mispah Cemetery

!MARRIAGE: Ducatur County, GA marriage certificate. 
Eaton, William Henry (I0340)
 
990 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

!DEATH: Georgia VA Hosp[daughtry.FTW]

!DEATH: Georgia VA Hosp 
Daughtry, William Paul (I0396)
 
991 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

!SSN: ssn 254-10-4293 Issued in Georgia before 1951 (Social Security Death Inde Search Results)[daughtry.FTW]

!SSN: ssn 254-10-4293 Issued in Georgia before 1951 (Social Security Death Inde Search Results) 
Daughtry, James Emmett (I1583)
 
992 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

BIOGRAPHY: He at hospital (Tallahassee Memorial Hospital) 24 prior to his death Recorded on death certificate his employment was night watchman. Recorded on t h death certificate was his SSN which was 257-18-0529. According to death cert ificate his father's name was Emmett Daughtry and mothers maiden name was Marth a McCulloch. That he died of myocardial infarction (type of heart attach)[daughtry.FTW]

BIOGRAPHY: He at hospital (Tallahassee Memorial Hospital) 24 prior to his death Recorded on death certificate his employment was night watchman. Recorded on t h death certificate was his SSN which was 257-18-0529. According to death cert ificate his father's name was Emmett Daughtry and mothers maiden name was Marth a McCulloch. That he died of myocardial infarction (type of heart attach) 
Daughtry, William Seth (I0336)
 
993 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

BIOGRAPHY: Social Security number - 416-42-5312[daughtry.FTW]

BIOGRAPHY: Social Security number - 416-42-5312 
Miller, Doris Thelma (I1599)
 
994 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0010
 
995 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0118
 
996 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0188
 
997 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0190
 
998 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0192
 
999 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0193
 
1000 [mashburn-edward1st.ftw]

[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED[daughtry.FTW]

_STATMARRIED 
Family F0194
 

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