Hugh Hadden

M, b. 1818, d. 17 September 1886
     Hugh was born in 1818 at South Carolina, United States. He married Lucy Sapp, daughter of Henry Sapp and Mary (--?--), on 19 July 1838 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 Hugh died on 17 September 1886 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 His body was buried in September 1886 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.
     Hugh's occupation: Farmer.
Biography of Hugh Hadden:
Hugh Hadden, a pioneer of Madison County, Florida was born in South Carolina about 1818. The names of his parents are not known at this time. Hugh served in the Florida Indian Wars as a private as follows: He enrolled 10 Dec 1835 in Capt. Thomas Livingston's Company, Taylor's Battalion, Middle Florida Mounted Volunteers mustering out on 25 Feb 1836. He enrolled at Tallahasse on 7 Mar 1836 for 4 months in Lt. Smyli's detachment (McCant's Battalion) 12 Reg't, 2nd Brigade, Florida Militia mustering out 7 Jul 1836 at Station Fort Dade. He enrolled in Captain Thomas Langford's Company, Florida Mounted Volunteers on 4 Sep 1839 at Camp Collins for 6 months mustering out on 29 Nov 1839 at Camp Collins. ["Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Florida During Florida Indian Wars" NARA Microfilm Publication M-1086, rolls 34 and 42.] He claimed to have served in Capt. William Townsend's Company of Florida Mounted Volunteer enlisting 1 Mar 1836 for 4 months being honorably discharged at Ft. Dade 1 July 1836. A letter signed by Lt. James Smyli verified this although the war department could not find his name on Capt. Townsend Muster Rolls. None the less, for his service he applied for a bounty land warrant on 16 Nov 1850 under Act of Congress dated 28 Sep 1850 and received Warrant # 12704 on 31 Dec 1850 for 160 acres of land. [Indian War Bounty Land Files - Warrant 12704 - Soldier Hugh Hadden - in possession of National Archives - Washington, D. C.]

      Hugh homesteaded his land and raised his family in Madison County, Florida. He first bought land in Madison County on 25 Jan 1840. [Madison County, Florida Deed Book B, Page 108] He died around midnight on 17 Sep 1886 being 68 years of age. He is buried in a fenced in enclosure in Pine Grove Church Cemetery next to his wife Lucy. His will, dated 13 Apr 1880, proved 22 Sep 1886 distributed his estate to his wife and children which he had not already given land to.

Children of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp

Citations

  1. [S40] Hadden Indian War Pension File.
  2. [S710] From gravestone 20 Apr 1981.

Lucy Sapp

F, b. circa 1820, d. circa 1896
     Lucy was born circa 1820 at Tattnall, Georgia, United States. She was the daughter of Henry Sapp and Mary (--?--). She married Hugh Hadden, on 19 July 1838 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 Lucy died circa 1896 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 Her body was buried circa 1896 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.3

Children of Lucy Sapp and Hugh Hadden

Citations

  1. [S40] Hadden Indian War Pension File.
  2. [S40] Hadden Indian War Pension File, date of last payment 4 Jul 1896. Failed to claim.
  3. [S710] Visited by writer 20 Apr 1981.

Lydia Passmore

F, b. circa 1810
     Lydia was born circa 1810 at Georgia, United States.1 She married Jackson Hammock, on 25 October 1827 at Pulaski, Georgia, United States.

Child of Lydia Passmore and Jackson Hammock

Citations

  1. [S310] Tina Zipperer Golden, "Hammock Family Records."

Henry Hadden

M, b. circa 1840, d. before 1870
     Henry was born circa 1840 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 He was the son of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp. He married Frances Missouri Stephens, on 15 February 1860 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 Henry died before 1870.3
     Henry's occupation: Farmer.
Biography of Henry Hadden:
Henry Hadden, enlisted 15 July 1861 in Company G of the Third Florida Infantry. He was present on the last roll and last appears on a receipt roll dated 31 March 1864. [Hartman, David W. Biographical rosters of Florida's Confederate and Union Soldiers 1861-1865, (Broadfoot Publishing Co., Wilmington, NC 1995) p. 328.]

Citations

  1. [S34] 1860 Census Madison FL, Pg 108, Dw. 97, Fam.97, 13 Jun 1860.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book A, Pg. 247.
  3. [S710] No record found in 1860 Census of Madison Co., Florida.

Julia Ann Hadden

F, b. 11 September 1843, d. 7 February 1925
     Julia was born on 11 September 1843 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp. She married Evy Stokely, son of William G. Stokely and Ann Thalley, on 10 February 1869 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 She married Edward J. Wimbley, circa 1882 at Florida, United States.3 Julia died on 7 February 1925 at Monticello, Jefferson, Florida, United States, at age 81.3 Her body was buried in February 1925 at Sardis Church., Jefferson, Florida, United States.

Children of Julia Ann Hadden and Evy Stokely

Children of Julia Ann Hadden and Edward J. Wimbley

Citations

  1. [S34] 1860 Census Madison FL, Pg 108, Dw. 97, Fam.97, 13 Jun 1860.
  2. [S69] IGI 1988 Florida USA, LDS Extraction Program Record.
  3. [S141] Kathryne Ann Stokely Jordan, "Stokely Family Records."

Mary Hadden

F, b. 24 September 1845, d. 14 February 1915
Mary Hadden Hammock 1901, Courtesy of Tina Zippererer Golden
     Mary was born on 24 September 1845 at Madison, Florida, United States. She was the daughter of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp. She married Samuel Hammock, son of Jackson Hammock and Lydia Passmore, on 20 November 1862 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 Mary died on 14 February 1915 at Pinetta, Madison, Florida, United States, at age 69.2 Her body was buried on 15 February 1915 at Mount Horeb Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.3

Children of Mary Hadden and Samuel Hammock

Citations

  1. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book A.
  2. [S22] The Madison Enterprise - Recorder, Obituary of Mrs. Mary Hammock, 19 Feb 1915, page 5.
  3. [S110] Joseph T. Eichelberger, Madison County Florida Cemeteries, p. 251.

Joshua Q. Hadden

M, b. 24 February 1848, d. 15 October 1893
     Joshua was born on 24 February 1848 at Madison, Florida, United States. He was the son of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp. He married Luvina Elizabeth Cobb, on 27 January 1870 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 Joshua died on 15 October 1893 at Madison, Florida, United States, at age 45.2 His body was buried in October 1893 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.
     Joshua's occupation: Farmer.

Children of Joshua Q. Hadden and Luvina Elizabeth Cobb

Citations

  1. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book A2, Pg. 93.
  2. [S710] From gravestone 20 Apr 1981.

Jane Hadden

F, b. 1853, d. 1915
     Jane was born in 1853 at Madison, Florida, United States. She was the daughter of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp. She married Henry Tom Caulk, son of James Joseph Caulk and Mary Ann Townsend, on 13 January 1874 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 Jane died in 1915 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 Her body was buried in 1915 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.

Children of Jane Hadden and Henry Tom Caulk

Citations

  1. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book B, Pg. 84.
  2. [S710] From gravestone 20 Apr 1981.

Sarah F. Hadden

F, b. September 1857, d. circa 1922
     Sarah was born in September 1857 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp. She married John Wesley Caulk, son of James Joseph Caulk and Mary Ann Townsend, on 26 October 1876 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 Sarah died circa 1922.3

Children of Sarah F. Hadden and John Wesley Caulk

Citations

  1. [S34] 1860 Census Madison FL, Pg 108, Dw. 97, Fam.97, 13 Jun 1860.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book B, Pg. 39.
  3. [S710] Based on date will proved.

Missouri A. Hadden

F, b. September 1859
     Missouri was born in September 1859 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp. She married John T. Roberts, on 8 May 1880 at Madison, Florida, United States.2

Citations

  1. [S34] 1860 Census Madison FL, Pg 108, Dw. 97, Fam.97, 13 Jun 1860.
  2. [S69] IGI 1988 Florida USA, LDS Extraction Program Record.

Alice A. Hadden

F, b. May 1862
     Alice was born in May 1862 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp. She married James W. Cobb, on 22 December 1880 at Madison, Florida, United States.2

Citations

  1. [S33] 1870 Census Madison FL, Pg. 103/104, Dwelling 8, Family 11, 23 Jun 1870.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book B, Pg. 345.

John Hadden

M, b. circa 1863, d. before 1903
     John was born circa 1863 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 He was the son of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp. He married Minnie Walker, on 23 January 1889 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 John died before 1903.3

Children of John Hadden and Minnie Walker

Citations

  1. [S33] 1870 Census Madison FL, Pg. 103/104, Dwelling 8, Family 11, 23 Jun 1870.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book 1, Pg. 84.
  3. [S29] 1910 Census Madison FL, ED 86, Sh 27, Fam 27, 27 Apr 1910.

Laura Lucy Hadden

F, b. circa 1866
     Laura was born circa 1866 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 She was the daughter of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp. She married John W. Gamble, on 10 February 1886 at Madison, Florida, United States.2

Children of Laura Lucy Hadden and John W. Gamble

Citations

  1. [S33] 1870 Census Madison FL, Pg. 103/104, Dwelling 8, Family 11, 23 Jun 1870.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book B, Pg. 735.

Anthony Thomas Avant

M, b. circa 1819
     Anthony was born circa 1819 at South Carolina, United States.1 He married Sarah Townsend, daughter of Allen Townsend and Sarah Briant, on 19 July 1847 at Madison, Florida, United States.2
     Biography of Anthony Thomas Avant:
Based on the birth dates of the Avant children listed below they are probably not the children of Sarah Townsend and Anthony Avant. They are more likely the children of Anthony Avant from a previous marriage. Until this can be clarified they are being included as the children of Sarah and Anthony.

Children of Anthony Thomas Avant and Sarah Townsend

Citations

  1. [S31] 1850 Census Madison FL, Pg 113, Dwelling 461, Family 461, 21 Dec 1850.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book A1, Pg. 22.

James Joseph Caulk

M, b. 2 May 1829, d. 19 April 1891
James Joseph Caulk - ca. 1890
     James was born on 2 May 1829 at Marlboro, South Carolina, United States. He was the son of Daniel Caulk and Clara (--?--). He married Mary Ann Townsend, daughter of Allen Townsend and Sarah Briant, on 14 February 1850 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 James died on 19 April 1891 at Madison, Florida, United States, at age 61.2 His body was buried in April 1891 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.
     James's occupation: Farmer.
Biography of James Joseph Caulk:
James Joseph, or Joe, as he often appears in records, left his birthplace in Marlboro District, South Carolina at age 17. He traveled with the family of his sister, Cynthia Ann and her husband Elkanah Cottingham. The travelers arrived in Madison County Florida on 7 Jan 1847. This is based on the Elkanah Cottingham Family Bible that has the following statement:

"E. Cottingham Removed From Marlborough South Carolina leaving Carolina Decem 13 in the year 1846 arived in Florida January the 7 in the year 1847"

James Joseph enlisted as a private in Capt. Charlie Begg's Company, 4th Florida Battalion of Confederate States of America Army on 28 Feb 1863 at Madison, Madison Co., Florida for the period of the War. He was 34 years of age and had 6 children and his wife to support at the time. He was appointed 3rd Sergeant on 15 Mar 1863. He went to Virginia where his company became Company E. of the 11th. Florida Infantry (Finegan's Brigade) of the Confederate Army. He was assigned to the Pioneer Corp in Virginia in Nov 1864. He "got his foot cut in too by an ax" while building quarters and was admitted to 1st Div. General Hospital, Howard Gen. in Richmond, Va. 31 Dec 1864. He was furloughed from Hospital 9 Feb 1865. He was listed as a prisoner of war surrendering to Brig. Gen. E. M. McCook by Maj. Gen. Sam Jones, CSA at Tallahassee, Florida on 10 May 1865. He was paroled 11 May 1865 to his home in Madison County, Florida. He was 5 ft. 11 inches tall, had dark skin & eyes and black hair.

James Joseph died 19 Apr 1891 in Madison Co., Florida. He is buried in Pine Grove Church Cemetery next to his wife Mary Ann. Many of their children are buried nearby.

Children of James Joseph Caulk and Mary Ann Townsend

Citations

  1. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book A, Pg. 83.
  2. [S710] From gravestone 20 Apr 1981.

Mary Ann Townsend

F, b. 15 June 1829, d. 11 February 1908
     Mary was born on 15 June 1829 at Lowndes, Georgia, United States.1 She was the daughter of Allen Townsend and Sarah Briant. She married James Joseph Caulk, son of Daniel Caulk and Clara (--?--), on 14 February 1850 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 Mary died on 11 February 1908 at Madison, Florida, United States, at age 78.3 Her body was buried in February 1908 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.
     Biography of Mary Ann Townsend:
Mary Ann was born in Lowndes Co. Georgia where her parents had moved from South Carolina about 1824. In the early 1830's her family moved to the Cherry Lake area of Madison County, Florida. She was married in Madison County, Florida by John Gramling, Minister of the Gospel, to James Joseph Caulk on Valentine's Day in 1850. She raised her family and remained a resident of Madison County for the rest of her life. Mary Ann died 11 Feb 1908 and is buried next to her husband James Joseph in Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison County Florida. Many of their children are buried nearby.

Children of Mary Ann Townsend and James Joseph Caulk

Citations

  1. [S42] Allen Townsend 1829 Bible. The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book A, Pg. 83.
  3. [S710] From gravestone 20 Apr 1981.

Henry Tom Caulk

M, b. 10 September 1851, d. 8 March 1904
     Henry was born on 10 September 1851 at Madison, Florida, United States. He was the son of James Joseph Caulk and Mary Ann Townsend. He married Jane Hadden, daughter of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp, on 13 January 1874 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 Henry died on 8 March 1904 at Madison, Florida, United States, at age 52.2 His body was buried on 9 March 1904 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.3
     Henry's occupation: Farmer.

Children of Henry Tom Caulk and Jane Hadden

Citations

  1. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book B, Pg. 84.
  2. [S710] From gravestone 20 Apr 1981.
  3. [S22] The Madison Enterprise - Recorder, Obituary of Henry Tom Caulk, 10 Mar 1904, Page 5.

James Allen Caulk

M, b. 18 April 1855, d. 29 January 1897
     James was born on 18 April 1855 at Madison, Florida, United States. He was the son of James Joseph Caulk and Mary Ann Townsend. He married Mollie Townsend, on 4 March 1880 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 He married Emma Louise Henderson, daughter of Samuel Taylor Henderson and Servence Hodge, on 5 January 1882 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 James died on 29 January 1897 at Madison, Florida, United States, at age 41.3 His body was buried in January 1897 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.
     James's occupation: Farmer.

Children of James Allen Caulk and Emma Louise Henderson

Citations

  1. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book B, Pg. 293.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book B, Pg. 431.
  3. [S710] From gravestone 20 Apr 1981.

John Wesley Caulk

M, b. April 1857
     John was born in April 1857 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 He was the son of James Joseph Caulk and Mary Ann Townsend. He married Sarah F. Hadden, daughter of Hugh Hadden and Lucy Sapp, on 26 October 1876 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 His body was buried at Mayo, Lafayette, Florida, United States.3
     John's occupation: Farmer.
Biography of John Wesley Caulk:
John was born in Madison County Florida. He married and moved to the Day, Lafayette County, Florida, area where he raised his family. It is not known where he is buried although some of his children are buried in Day Cemetery, Lafayette County Florida.

Children of John Wesley Caulk and Sarah F. Hadden

Citations

  1. [S62] 1900 Census Lafayette FL, E.D. 73, Sh 4, Dw. 69, Fam 69, Day, 7 Jun 1900.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book B, Pg. 39.
  3. [S85] "Letter from Odessa Caulk Williams to James W. Caulk."

Daniel Joseph Caulk

M, b. 25 November 1860, d. 5 August 1928
     Daniel was born on 25 November 1860 at Madison, Florida, United States. He was the son of James Joseph Caulk and Mary Ann Townsend. He married Lucia L. Russel, on 23 December 1888 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 Daniel died on 5 August 1928 at Hanson, Madison, Florida, United States, at age 67.2 His body was buried on 6 August 1928 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.3
     Daniel's occupation: Farmer.
Biography of Daniel Joseph Caulk:
Daniel was a well known and life long citizen of Madison County, Florida. He died at his home at Hanson at age 67. He is buried next to his wife, Lucia, near his parents in Pine Grove Church Cemetery in Madison County, Florida.

Child of Daniel Joseph Caulk and Lucia L. Russel

Citations

  1. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book 1, Pg. 75.
  2. [S710] From gravestone 20 Apr 1981.
  3. [S22] The Madison Enterprise - Recorder, Obituary of Daniel Caulk, 10 Aug 1928.

William Council Caulk1

M, b. 2 May 1862, d. 29 January 1934
     William was born on 2 May 1862 at Madison, Florida, United States. He was the son of James Joseph Caulk and Mary Ann Townsend. He married Mamie J. Howard, on 19 May 1895 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 William died on 29 January 1934 at Hanson, Madison, Florida, United States, at age 71. His body was buried on 30 January 1934 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.3
     Biography of William Council Caulk:
William was a prominent and life long citizen of the Hanson area of Madison County, Florida. He died of a heart attack, at age 71, at his home near Hanson. He is buried in Pine Grove Church Cemetery next to his wife.

Child of William Council Caulk and Mamie J. Howard

Citations

  1. [S710] From gravestone 20 Apr 1981.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book 1, Pg. 391.
  3. [S22] The Madison Enterprise - Recorder, Obituary of William Council Caulk, Pg. 7, 2 Feb 1934.

Robert Lee Caulk

M, b. May 1867, d. 28 July 1937
     Robert was born in May 1867 at Madison, Florida, United States.1 He was the son of James Joseph Caulk and Mary Ann Townsend. He married Mary Mattie Burnett, on 22 December 1888 at Madison, Florida, United States.2 He married Willie Rosetta Morrow.3 Robert died on 28 July 1937 at Madison, Florida, United States, at age 70.4 His body was buried in July 1937 at Pine Grove Church Cemetery, Madison, Florida, United States.5

Child of Robert Lee Caulk and Willie Rosetta Morrow

Citations

  1. [S30] 1900 Census Madison FL, E.D. 99, Sheet 4, 5 Jun 1900.
  2. [S68] Madison Co. Florida Marriage Records, Book 1, Pg. 74.
  3. [S85] "Letter from Odessa Caulk Williams to James W. Caulk."
  4. [S108] Madison County Florida Probate Estate Files, Estate of Robert L. Caulk, died intestate, File A-208.
  5. [S710] Gravestone death date of 1938 is incorrect based on probate records.

Samuel C. Scott

M, b. circa 1828, d. circa 1877
     Samuel was born circa 1828 at South Carolina, United States.1 He was the son of Taylor R. Scott and Rachel W. Seawright. He married Elizabeth Kelly, daughter of Charles R. Kelly and Elizabeth Wiley, on 21 December 1848 at Randolph, Georgia, United States.2 He married Rebecca E. Kelly, daughter of George Wiley Kelly and Harriet Smith, on 6 January 1853 at Randolph, Georgia, United States.3 Samuel died circa 1877 at Colquitt, Miller, Georgia, United States.
     Samuel's occupation: Farmer.
Biography of Samuel C. Scott:
Samuel C. Scott served in the Confederate Army as he is listed on the Muster Roll of Company K, 31st Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Evan's brigade, Gordon's Division of the Army of Northern Virginia C. S. A as "5th Sergeant, Sept. 5, 1861. Retired at reorganization May 13, 1862." [Henderson, Lillian - Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia Vol. III p. 651] His federal record on National Archives Microfilm, Microcopy 266, Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Georgia Roll 406 show Samuel enrolled Sept. 5, 1861 at Dawson, Georgia by W. C. Thornton. He was on the Muster Roll at White Sulphur Springs of Sep. 18, 1861, Age 23. From Sept. 5 to Dec. 31, 1861 is shown as Absent on Sick Furlough. Samuel enrolled on the same day as his brothers, Stephen and Peter.

     Samuel, his wife, Rebecca and two children, Ellen and Rebecca were living next door to his father, Taylor in Calhoun County, Georgia in 1860 according the Census. In 1870 we find them living near Colquitt, Miller County, Georgia next door to the John Scott family, his brother and in the same county where his father, Taylor lived. That is the last record we have of Samuel. He likely died in Miller County and is buried there. His widow, Rebecca and children are next found in 1878 back in Terrell County, living with her father, George W. Kelly. Presumably, Samuel died and his widow and children went to live with her parents.

Children of Samuel C. Scott and Rebecca E. Kelly

Citations

  1. [S44] 1860 Census Calhoun GA, Pg. 117, Dwelling 165, Family 165, 14 Jun 1860.
  2. [S75] Randolph Co. GA Marriage Records, Book 1845-1860, p. 107.
  3. [S114] Francis T. Ingmire, Randolph Co., GA Marriages, p. 29.

Rebecca E. Kelly

F, b. circa 1836, d. before 1890
     Rebecca was born circa 1836 at Georgia, United States.1 She was the daughter of George Wiley Kelly and Harriet Smith. She married Samuel C. Scott, son of Taylor R. Scott and Rachel W. Seawright, on 6 January 1853 at Randolph, Georgia, United States.2 Rebecca died before 1890.

Children of Rebecca E. Kelly and Samuel C. Scott

Citations

  1. [S45] 1850 Census Randolph GA, Pg. 366, Dwelling 45, Family 45.
  2. [S114] Francis T. Ingmire, Randolph Co., GA Marriages, p. 29.

Ella Elizabeth Scott

F, b. circa 1856, d. 15 July 1934
     Ella was born circa 1856 at Georgia, United States.1 She was the daughter of Samuel C. Scott and Rebecca E. Kelly. She married Roe A. Lindsey, on 26 December 1880 at Terrell, Georgia, United States.2 Ella died on 15 July 1934 at Coleman, Randolph, Georgia, United States.3,4

Children of Ella Elizabeth Scott and Roe A. Lindsey

Citations

  1. [S44] 1860 Census Calhoun GA, Pg. 117, Dwelling 165, Family 165, 14 Jun 1860.
  2. [S116] Max L. Tatum, Terrell Co., GA Marriages, p. 152.
  3. [S710] Personal communication from Elma Louise Scott Forehand, 11 Aug 1981.
  4. [S638] State of Georgia, Death Index 1933-1936, Mrs. Ella E. Lindsey died 15 July 1934, Randolph Co. Georgia. Cert. 22076.