Claude Homer Stuart

M, b. 6 March 1916, d. 30 January 1967
     Claude was born on 6 March 1916 at Richlands, Virginia, United States.1 Claude died on 30 January 1967 at age 50.

Citations

  1. [S333] Sherry Lynn Tompkins, "William Tompkins family group sheets."

Lloyd Stanland

M, b. November 1898
     Lloyd was born in November 1898 at Lafayette, Florida, United States.1 He was the son of William Thomas Stanland and Elizabeth Walker. He married Clara Shaw, on 20 May 1919 at Lafayette, Florida, United States.2

Citations

  1. [S316] Thomas F. Brooks, "Brooks Family Records."
  2. [S299] Jessie H. Paulk and Delma Wilson Paulk, Lafayette County Florida Marriages, p. 112.

Brinson Stanland

M, b. 24 August 1902, d. circa 1985
     Brinson was born on 24 August 1902 at Florida, United States.1 He was the son of William Thomas Stanland and Elizabeth Walker. Brinson died circa 1985 at Plant City, Hillsborough, Florida, United States. His body was buried at Oakhurst Cemetery, Plant City, Florida, United States.

Citations

  1. [S316] Thomas F. Brooks, "Brooks Family Records."

Julia Stanland

F, b. 24 August 1902, d. 1991
     Julia was born on 24 August 1902 at Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of William Thomas Stanland and Elizabeth Walker. She married Arthur C. Gee, on 1 May 1920 at Taylor, Florida, United States.2 Julia died in 1991 at Plant City, Hillsborough, Florida, United States. Her body was buried at Oakhurst Cemetery, Plant City, Florida, United States.

Citations

  1. [S316] Thomas F. Brooks, "Brooks Family Records."
  2. [S562] Jessie H. Paulk and Delma Wilson Paulk, Taylor Co. Florida Marriages, p. 332.

Charles Stanland

M, b. circa 1909
     Charles was born circa 1909 at Florida, United States.1 He was the son of William Thomas Stanland and Elizabeth Walker.

Citations

  1. [S316] Thomas F. Brooks, "Brooks Family Records."

Fred Stanland

M, b. 3 October 1900, d. 24 June 1901
     Fred was born on 3 October 1900 at Lafayette, Florida, United States.1 He was the son of William Thomas Stanland and Elizabeth Walker. Fred died on 24 June 1901 at Lafayette, Florida, United States. His body was buried at Midway Baptist Church., Lafayette, Florida, United States.2

Citations

  1. [S298] Jessie H. Paulk and Delma Wilson Paulk, Lafayette Co. Florida Cemeteries, p. 220.
  2. [S298] Jessie H. Paulk and Delma Wilson Paulk, Lafayette Co. Florida Cemeteries,.

Man Stanland

M, b. 17 May 1891, d. 4 August 1895
     Man was born on 17 May 1891 at Lafayette, Florida, United States. He was the son of William Thomas Stanland and Elizabeth Walker. Man died on 4 August 1895 at Lafayette, Florida, United States, at age 4. His body was buried at Midway Baptist Church., Lafayette, Florida, United States.1

Citations

  1. [S298] Jessie H. Paulk and Delma Wilson Paulk, Lafayette Co. Florida Cemeteries, p. 220.

Beulah Davis

F, b. 10 February 1906, d. 8 December 1991
     Beulah was born on 10 February 1906 at Mayo, Lafayette, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Daniel E. Davis and Marietta Stanland. She married Isaac Barrs, circa 1925. Beulah died on 8 December 1991 at age 85. Her body was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery, Palatka, Florida, United States.

Citations

  1. [S316] Thomas F. Brooks, "Brooks Family Records."

Lonnie Davis

F, b. 20 October 1908, d. 3 April 1977
     Lonnie was born on 20 October 1908 at Mayo, Lafayette, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Daniel E. Davis and Marietta Stanland. She married James C. Barrs. Lonnie died on 3 April 1977 at age 68. Her body was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, Perry, Taylor, Florida, United States.

Children of Lonnie Davis and James C. Barrs

Citations

  1. [S316] Thomas F. Brooks, "Brooks Family Records."

Ollie Fannie Davis

F, b. 1 July 1910, d. 7 August 1973
     Ollie was born on 1 July 1910 at Mayo, Lafayette, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Daniel E. Davis and Marietta Stanland. She married George H. Barrs, circa 1928. Ollie died on 7 August 1973 at age 63. Her body was buried at Day Cemetery, Day, Lafayette, Florida, United States.2

Child of Ollie Fannie Davis and George H. Barrs

Citations

  1. [S316] Thomas F. Brooks, "Brooks Family Records."
  2. [S298] Jessie H. Paulk and Delma Wilson Paulk, Lafayette Co. Florida Cemeteries,.

Evelyn Davis

F, b. 17 May 1914, d. 19 August 1994
     Evelyn was born on 17 May 1914 at Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Daniel E. Davis and Marietta Stanland. Evelyn died on 19 August 1994 at age 80.

Citations

  1. [S316] Thomas F. Brooks, "Brooks Family Records."

Lorie Davis

F, b. 9 December 1916, d. 20 January 1989
     Lorie was born on 9 December 1916 at Mayo, Lafayette, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Daniel E. Davis and Marietta Stanland. She married (--?--) Ward.1 Lorie died on 20 January 1989 at age 72.

Citations

  1. [S316] Thomas F. Brooks, "Brooks Family Records."

George H. Barrs

M, b. 1 February 1901, d. 17 June 1948
     George was born on 1 February 1901. He married Ollie Fannie Davis, daughter of Daniel E. Davis and Marietta Stanland, circa 1928. George died on 17 June 1948 at Florida, United States, at age 47. His body was buried at Day Cemetery, Day, Lafayette, Florida, United States.1

Child of George H. Barrs and Ollie Fannie Davis

Citations

  1. [S298] Jessie H. Paulk and Delma Wilson Paulk, Lafayette Co. Florida Cemeteries, p. 87.

George H. Barrs Jr.

M, b. 7 November 1929, d. 17 June 1948
     George was born on 7 November 1929. He was the son of George H. Barrs and Ollie Fannie Davis. George died on 17 June 1948 at age 18. His body was buried at Day Cemetery, Day, Lafayette, Florida, United States.1

Citations

  1. [S298] Jessie H. Paulk and Delma Wilson Paulk, Lafayette Co. Florida Cemeteries,.

Daniel C. Kelly

M, b. circa 1755, d. after 1838
     Daniel was born circa 1755. He married Sally Clifton. Daniel died after 1838 at Newton, Georgia, United States.
     Biography of Daniel C. Kelly:
The make-up of the Daniel C. Kelly (c1755-c1838) family as shown in this genealogy is based in large part on family oral history that is well supported by a number of documents and circumstances. We believe this evidence clearly supports our make-up of much of the family of Daniel Kelly. The data also suggest that Daniel is the immigrant ancestor of this Kelly family line. He was born outside the United States and immigrated to this country sometime before 1783.

     We have collected over 40 records of all Daniel Kelly's in Georgia for the time period, 1780 to 1830 and have sorted those Daniel Kelly's into four groups. One group is of a Daniel Kelly, possible son of William Kelly, with likely siblings of William, Robert, John and Hannah that appear between 1791 and 1811 in deeds, tax rolls and land lottery rolls of Wilkes and Lincoln Counties of Georgia. We have identified this group as the Daniel Kelly of Lincoln County Georgia group. The second group we have identified is what we call the Daniel Kelly of Greene Co. Georgia which we believe is the Daniel C. Kelly (c1755-c1838) family of this genealogy which we will discuss in more detail below. A third group of Daniel Kelly's (and Samuel S. Kelly) appears on Warren County Georgia 1805 and 1807 Tax Lists. This Daniel could be the same as the Daniel of Lincoln. None the less, we call this the Daniel Kelly of Warren County group. In the 1820 Federal Census of Georgia we find three Daniel Kelly's listed as heads of families. These were in Putnam, Morgan, and Hall County Georgia. We believe the Daniel Kelly found in Morgan Co in 1820 is Daniel of Greene and the Daniel C. Kelly (c1755-c1838) of this genealogy. The other Daniel Kelly's found in 1820 have been lumped together as a fourth group of Kelly's which we have identified, but we do not believe are directly associated with the Daniel Kelly of this genealogy.

     It also appears clear that the Daniel Kelly of Lincoln County Georgia and the Daniel Kelly of Greene County Georgia are two separate persons. However, the similarity of many of the Kelly names in these two Kelly family groups certainly suggests these Kelly's maybe related and presents a direction for future work.

     The first records that we believe is of Daniel C. Kelly (c1755-c1838) is his name, Daniel Kelley, of Capt. Wm. Wiggins District, which appears on the Green County, Georgia Tax Defaulter's list fo 1797 and 1798. His name also appears on the 1799 and 1801 Tax list of Greene Co., Georgia. The next record is of Daniel Kelly of Greene Co. Georgia having drawn two blanks in the 1805 land lottery. A James Kelly of Greene Co. drew one blank and a John Kelly drew two blanks. (One draw was allowed for single men over the age of 21 with 3 years of residence in Georgia. Two draws for married men over age 21 with 3 years of residence in Georgia.) These lottery records suggest that James and John could be sons of Daniel.

     We also have the following statement from James Homer Kelly dictated to Birdie Love Kelly in the early 1950's: [Supplied by Laura Jefferson Platter - James Homer Kelly is a great grandson of Charles R. Kelly (c1785-1864).]

     "Great Grandfather Charles Kelly had 3 brothers: Reuben went to Atlanta in early days. John and James - unknown."

In addition, we find in the , "First Families of Henry County, Georgia" by Joseph Moore a section called Kelley of Kelleytown in which it is stated Reuben Brown Kelley (1800-1875) was one of the first settlers of Kelleytown. The Kelley's came from Oglethorpe County. The article went on to say that Reuben B. Kelley was the son of Daniel Kelley and Sally Clifton. They were the parents of five children--- Charles, Jim, John, Daniel and Reuben Brown.

     We thus have two apparently independent sources of family information handed down via oral family history stating that Daniel Kelly had at least four sons, Charles, James, John and Reuben. Interestingly, Reuben spent his whole adult life in Henry County, where he is buried. He lived about 10 miles southeast of Atlanta but certainly near enough to Atlanta that the Charles R. Kelly family oral history of him going to Atlanta clearly demonstrates that Reuben of Henry Co. Georgia is Charles's brother.

     On 20 January 1808, James Kelly married Polly (Mary) Wyatt in Greene Co. Georgia. This is consistent with James getting one draw in the 1805 Land Lottery. On 16 November 1808, Polly Kelly and John Weathers were married in Greene Co. Georgia. On 17 October 1809, Charles Kelly married Betsey (Elizabeth) Wiley in Greene Co. Both James Kelly, Polly Kelly and Charles Kelly were married by James B. Holt thus showing an association between them. James B. Holt also was a witness to the Will of George Wiley, who was the father of Elizabeth. These records suggest that James, Charles and Polly were all children of Daniel Kelly of Greene Co. Georgia.

     The next record we find of Daniel Kelly is his name appearing on the 1817 Morgan Co. Georgia tax list. Thus sometime between about 1808 (when daughter Polly Kelly got married in Greene Co.) and 1817 he may have moved a few miles west across the Oconee River into adjacent Morgan Co. Georgia from Greene County, Georgia.

     Daniel next appears at age 45+ as Head of Household with his family in the 1820 Census of Morgan Co. Georgia. It is this census that shows that 2 members of this family are "Foreigners not naturalized". It is assumed that the two "foreigners" are Daniel and his wife, who family tradition indicates is Sally Clifton. This strongly suggests that Daniel is the immigrant ancestor of this family. Of the three Daniel Kelly families listed in the 1820's this is the only record that fits Daniel C. Kelly of this genealogy. This census record also lists a female, age 45+ which is likely Daniel's wife and two males 16-25, which are likely Reuben Kelly (1800-1875) and Daniel Kelly, Jr.

     In 1821, Daniel of Morgan Co. Georgia drew two lots of land in Houston Co. Georgia in the 1821 Land lottery. It is not known what became of this land. However, it does not appear that Daniel took to living on this land as his name shows up on the 1824 Tax lists of Morgan Co., Georgia.

     On 13 December 1824 Daniel Kelly, Sr. of Morgan Co. Georgia buys 202 1/2 acres of land in Newton Co. Georgia from William Harris for $400. This land is lot #204 in the 9th District of Henry County, now in Newton Co. [Newton Co. Deed Book A, p. 460.] This land is located adjacent to lands owned by Charles R. Kelly who moved from Walton Co., Georgia to Newton Co. in the early 1820's. Thus we have Daniel Kelly, Sr. living next to his son, Charles R. Kelly in Newton Co. in the 1820's and 1830's.

     In 1830, Daniel Kelly age 70-80 appears as head of household in Newton Co. Georgia. There are four females, age 5-30 and one male age 5-10 living in his household. There are no elderly females listed thus suggesting Daniel's wife died prior to 1830. The family of Charles Kelly is listed next to that of Daniel Kelly, consistent with their ownership of adjoining land in Newton County, Georgia.

     The last record we have been able to find of Daniel is a deed dated 7 January 1838 in Newton Co. Georgia when Daniel C. Kelly (Note that this is the first time where a middle initial C has been used in any record of Daniel) sold his 202 1/2 acres (Lot 204, 9th District) to John A. Aycock. This is clearly Daniel C. Kelly, Sr. as this is the same land as Daniel Kelly, Sr. bought in 1824.

     Daniel does not appear in the 1840 Georgia Census so it is presumed he died between his signing of the deed in 1838 and the 1840 census on which his name does not appear.

Children of Daniel C. Kelly and Sally Clifton

Carl Arron Webb

M, b. 20 December 1913
     Carl was born on 20 December 1913 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 He was the son of Samuel Tilden Webb and Hattie Florence Hadden. He married Gracie Hicks, circa 1935.1

Citations

  1. [S334] Ed Webb, "John Traveler Webb Descendancy Chart."

Gracie Hicks

F
     She married Carl Arron Webb, son of Samuel Tilden Webb and Hattie Florence Hadden, circa 1935.1

Citations

  1. [S334] Ed Webb, "John Traveler Webb Descendancy Chart."