James Heyman Talmadge Norman Family

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James Heyman Talmadge Norman Family

Husband: James Heyman Talmadge Norman

Born: 16 Jan 1830at: Columbus, Muscogee Co, Ga
Married: Oct 1857at: 
Died: 11 Dec 1895at: 
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Wife: Mary Elizabeth Dean

Born: Abt 1831at: , Muscogee Co, Ga
Died: 1905at: 
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Father: David Dean
Mother: Mirian Ann Eiland
 

Children: 

Name: James Dean Norman
Born: 24 Jul 1854at: Villula, Russell Co, Al
Died: 1927at: 
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Spouses: Willie Katherine Candler  
 

Name: Miriam Jacintha Norman
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Spouses: John Alexander Reid  
 

Name: Samneul Marks Norman
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Name: Ernest Norman
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Name: Frederick Norman
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Spouses: Margaret Judson Brannon  
 

Name: Mary Norman
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Name: Thomas J Lewis Norman
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Spouses: Anna Gertrude Johnson  Hellen Corinne Lindsay  
 

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About James Heyman Talmadge Norman:

NORMAN, JAMES TALMADGE, lawyer and State senator, was born January 16, 1830, at Columbus, Muscogee County, Ga., and died December 11, 1895, at Union Springs; son of James Shedrick and Leah Janet (Marks) Norman, the former a native of St. George's, London, England, who located in Georgia, removed to Russell County, in 1854, and finally settled in Union Springs, where he died in 1871; grandson of James and Ann (Salisbury) Norman of London, and of Leon Heyman and Jane (McMurray) Marks of Louisville, Ga.; great-grandson of William Salisbury of London who settled in Maryland, and of Lane Laird Marks of North Carolina, of German origin.

He received a common school education; read law in Columbus, Ga.; was admitted to the bar of Georgia in 1849; and to the practice before the supreme court of Alabama in 1857. He entered the C. S. Army in 1861, as lieutenant of Co. B, 23rd Alabama infantry regiment; promoted adjutant with rank of captain; was taken prisoner, sent to Alton, 1ll., and later transferred to Johnson's Island, where he remained until his parole, February, 1865.

Upon returning to Union Springs he resumed the practice of law: elected to the State senate and served 1882-83, and 1884-85. He drew the original draft of the bill to create Bullock County, and was appointed on the commission to treat upon the subject of the territory for the new county, also the commission to hold an election to fill the various offices, to select the site for the court house, and to put the whole county machinery in motion.

He was a Democrat, and a Presbyterian. Married: in October, 1857, to Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Dr. David and Miriam (Eiland) Dean, of Georgia. Children:
1. Miriam Jaclntha, m. John Alexander Reid, Union Springs;
2. James Dean (q. v.) m. Willie Katherine Candler, Union Springs;
3. Samuel Marks;
4. Ernest;
5. Frederick, m. Margaret Judson Brannon;
6. Mary, Union Springs;
7. Thomas J. Lewis, m. (1) Anna Gertrude Johnson, (2) Helen Corinne Lindsay, Baltimore, Md.

Last residence: Union Springs.


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