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James Myles CHAPMAN

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James graduated as an aeronautical engineer from Georgia Institute of Technology in three years as was common in the war years. He entered into the Navy after graduation and ultimately became a Lt. Commander. He was the main commander of a submarine chaser during WWII. After the war he worked for the Atlantic Coast Line (ACL) railroad and he owned a tombstone business.

Death date on death certificate is 2 Sep 1978 while death date on stone is 1 Sep 1978.

Waycross Journal Herald, Sept. 5, 1878
James Myles Chapman Sr., age 56, died suddenly Saturday while visiting his children in Puyallup, WA. Mr. Chapman was a native and life-long resident of Waycross, son of the late G. F. Chapman and Eula Estelle Harris Chapman. He was a retired clerk with the ACL railroad Co. He was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Memorial Baptist Church. Survivirs are three sons, Jon Michael Chapman, Seattle, WA, David Morgan Chapman, Puyallup, WA, and Mark Andrew Chapman, Long Beach, CA; one sister, Mrs. Ruth C. Parker, Waycross; one brother, Sheldon Lee Chapman, Rocky Mounty, NC; two grandsons, a number of nieces and nephews and other relatives. Funeral will be held tommorow at 10 am at Miles-Odum Chapel. Burial will be in the Oakland Cemetery. Miles-Odum in charge.

Carol Faye MORGAN

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Carol married James Myles Chapman in June of 1946. She was in Seattle studying to become a nurse, and met Jim while he was on leave from the Navy at the end of World War II. She moved to Waycross, GA, Jim's home town, and they started a family, ultimately having four boys. In 1961 she moved with her children to Wenatchee where she earned a degree and became a High School English teacher. She taught at Cashmere High School for 25 years; she was the head of the drama department and annually put on plays that were well received by all. She married Leonard Loudon in 1974 and they spent 28 wonderful years together. In recent years, Carol and Leonard enjoyed hiking, traveling, the making of jewelry and dolls, collecting and polishing rocks, and playing bridge. She was an avid reader her whole life. She made many friends abroad, and several came and lived with her briefly. She always had pets, which she treated as family members of the highest standings. She and Leonard were founding members and actively involved with the Cancer Care of NCW (Our House) in Wenatchee.

James Myles CHAPMAN Jr.

In memoriam, James M. Chapman, from Waycross Journal-Herald, June, 1961

Funeral services for James Myles Chapman, Jr., age 7, were held yesterday at 11 am at the Memorial Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. Clyde Jones. Internment was in Oakland Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bruce Thomas, David Thomas, Danny Lott, Ricky Hamrick, John Stovall, Chip Raynor and Jerry Yermovsky. Young Chapman was a student at Alice Street School where he was popular with classmates and faculty. He was a member of Memorial Baptist Church and the Primary Department of the Sunday School. Survivors are the parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Chapman, three brothers, Jon Michael Chapman, David Morgan Chapman, and Andrew Morgan Chapman, all of Waycross; his maternal grandparents, Nr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Morgan, Wenatchee, Wash.; his paternal grandparent, Mrs. G. F. Chapman of Waycross; several aunts and uncles. Miles-Odum Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Green Franklin CHAPMAN

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Frank Chapman was born into a family that eventually had seven children. He quit school in the 3rd grade to work. He cut cross ties for the railroad for a time. Later, he was owner and operator of the Chapman Fuel Company which sold wood, coke, and coal for over thirty years. He also opened a grocery store that was later run by his wife when he died. He was a consistent member of the Second Baptist Church and a mason. His son, James Myles, once remarked to his eldest son, that Frank Chapman, was a very strong, hard-working man. In addition to owning a store selling groceries, coal, and wood, Frank owned various properties around Waycross that he rented. He also owned over 150 acres out in the Jamestown area that was used for raising livestock and tobacco farming. The land also had quite a few pecan trees. His grandchildren can remember many instances of picking up pecans for pies and profit.

Waycross Herald Newspaper, Obituary, May 2, 1949
Green F. Chapman, 63, died Saturday night [Apr 30, 1949] at a local hospital following a short illness. He was a well known businessman, owner and operator of the Chapman Fuel Company, having made his home in Waycross thirty years,  He was a consistent member of the Second Baptist Church and a mason. Besides his wife, Mrs. Eula Harris Chapman, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. W. G. Parker, Waycross; two sons, J. M., Waycross and S. L. Chapman, Rocky Mount, N. C.; three grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. F. M. Ponsell, Mrs. E. E. Dyal, Mrs. Herbert Miller, and Mrs. W. K. Ponsell all of Waycross and Mrs. J. P. Herring, Jacksonville, Fla; one brother, Paul F. Chapman.

Funeral services will be held at the Second Baptist Church this afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted by Pastor Rev. A. J. Harper, assisted by Rev. R. W. Major, Rev. M. J. Woods, and Rev. Statson Bennett. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Hinson Funeral Parlor is in charge of arrangements.

1930 census, Ware county, Ga Waycross, Occupation: Coal dealer

1920 US census, Georgia, ware county, Occupation: farmer

Eula Estelle HARRIS

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Waycross Journal Herald, May 13, 1964
Mrs. Eula Estelle Chapman, 64, died suddenly yesterday morning. A native of Brantley County, Mrs. Chapman had made her home in Waycross most of her life. She was the daughter of James Samuel Harris and Addie Docie Willis Harris and widow of the late G. F. Chapman. She owned and operated the Chapman fuel Co. She ws a member of Azalea Grandmother's Club and Second Baptist Church. Mrs. Chapman is survived by one daughter, Mrs. W. G. parker, Waycross, two sons, Sheldon L. Chapman, Rocky Mount, NC, and James Myles Chapman, Waycross; one sister, Mrs. J. E. Murray, Hilliard FL; one brother, J. Hugh Harris, Waycross; 10 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held at 11:00 am at Miles-Odum Chapel. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. The body will remain at the residence, 901 Albany Ave., until the hour of the funeral. Miles-Odum Funeral Home in charge of the arragnements.

Eula Estelle Harris initially had an 8th grade education, but later took courses in higher education at Piedmont College (located on Ava Street in Waycross). She also taught school in grades 1st through 8th for a while. She ran the Chapman Fuel Company and grocery store after her husband died. She loved flowers and had a green thumb. She played the piano for Second Baptist Church and the entire family either sang or played an instrument of some kind. She made the world's best fig jam. Also made great carrot juice (with celery). Her house in Waycross had a vegetable garden, chickens, and fig trees. Her front porch had a swing, just like in the movies, and was the hearth of the family on Sunday afternoons.

Name: Eula E Chapman
 Death Date: 12 May 1964  
 County of Death: Ware  
 Gender: F  
 Race: W  
 Age: 64 years  
 County of Residence: Ware  
 Certificate: 016151

Andrew Corbley MORGAN

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Alternate birth date: The family bible has DOB 27 Oct 1893. Date of 1892 accepted as correct based on SSDI and obituary.

1930 census: WA, Chelan, Wenatchee, District 43, 10-Apr-1930
Morgan, Andrew  37
     , Bernice 36
     , Neva    14
     , Carol    2
Warren, Major father-in-law 67 widowed Nebraska, England, French Canada
Smith, Jesse uncle 64 single Iowa, Iowa, Iowa

1920 census: Telford, Lincoln, WA, 2-Jan-1930
Morgn, Andrew C. 27, MO
    , Bernice   26, Iowa
    , Genena,

From Ernie Moore:
Andy homesteaded in Telford, Wa ( a junction about 13 miles east of Creston).
He had milk cows. He left Creston when the cows got rabies and they all had to be killed.
Neva went to school in Creston.

From obituary (Wenatchee Dailey World, July 25, 1966)
Born in Libery Co., Mo., Oct., 27, 1892, he came with his parents to Creston, Wa in 1902. In 1913 he married Georgia Bernice Warren at Rocklyn and they came to Wenatchee, Wa. in 1922. Mr. Morgan was first employed by Milot-Mills, later serving as a police officer in Wenatchee, Wa. (His daughter said he was the night Captain). He also worked several years at Centennial Mills and Grange Supply before retiring in 1965.

Surviving are: two daughters, Mrs. Floyd Youngberg, Monitired, and Mrs. Carol Chapman; four sisters, Mrs. Leroy McKinley, Seattle; Mrs. John Tilton, Edmonds; Mrs. Lennie Makee, Umatilla, Or.,  and Mrs. Carl Laundberg in Ca; and three grandsons. He was preceded in death by his wife May 26, 1965.

  SSN 533-12-4183
  Residence:  98801  Wenatchee, Chelan, WA
  Born 27 Oct 1892  
  Died Jul 1966 Issued:  WA

Georgia Berniece WARREN

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From obituary (Wenatchee Daily World, May 27, 1965)
Born in Calamus, Iowa, Nov. 22, 1893, she moved to Davenport, Wa. with her parents. In 1913 she married Andrw C. Morgan at Rocklyn, and they came to Wenatchee in 1922, moving to the Eastside on Sunset Hwy in 1949.

Mrs. Morgan was a member of the Methodist Church.

Surviving are: her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Floyd Youngber, Wenatchee, and Mrs. Carol Chapman, East Wenatchee; a sister, Mrs. June Plank, Van Nuys, Ca, and three grandchildren.

James Fleming CHAPMAN Jr.

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James Fleming Chapman was a tall, slender man. He was a farmer early in life, working land with his father and brothers. His granddaughter, Ruth Chapman, remembers him as a thoughtful man who was always writing. He wrote a book, "The Foolishness of Poor Jim" that has two parts. The first part gives his interpretations of the bible while the second gives a collection of his poems. The book is unpublished, but here is one poem to think about: "If a string is tied in a knot, patience will untie it. Patience will accomplish many things. Have you tried it?"

From Waycross Journal-Herald, Novemver, 1929.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Chapman of Jamestown celebrated their fifty-second wedding anniversary Friday, November 1st, 1929, at their home in Jamestown Heights. They were married in 1877.  Mr. Chapman is nearing his 76th birthday and Mrs. Chapman her 69th. To this union eleven children we born, seven are living. There are twenty-two grand children and four great grand children. The guests were served with an oyster dinner.

From Waycross Journal-Herald, Feb. 29, 1936 (Saturday), Orbituary for J. F. Chapman:

After a brief illness, J. F. "Uncle Sonny" Chapman, 83, died at his home in Jamestown Friday. Funeral services were to be held at the home today at 12:30 o'clock. He was to be laid to rest in Mt. Zion cemetery near Beach. Besides his widow, he is survived by his two sons, G. F. Chapman and Paul Chapman of Waycross; also five daughters, Mrs. F. M. Ponsell and Mrs. W. K. Ponsell of Waycross, Mrs. J. P. Herring of Jacksonville, Mrs. E. E. Dyal of Nicholls and Mrs. D. V. Knight of Waycross; also two brothers, Don Chapman and Alonzo Chapman of Wayne county. He is also survived by several grand children and great grandchildren. Mr. Chapman had made his home in Ware County for the past several years. He leaves a host of friends and relatives who will mourn his passing. He was a member of the Second Baptist Church of Waycross.

Marriage info from Georgia Marriages 1851-1900 gives Oct 12, 1877.
Family records gives marriage as Nov 1, 1877 at Little Creek (Hopewell Baptist Church) by Rev. J. A. Harper (Wayne Co., GA). Records are still there.

1900 census: GA, Wayne, Township #94

Alice Ophelia HARPER

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Her granddaughter, Ruth Chapman, only remembers her when she was in a wheelchair late in life. She also had lost her eyesight by then, and as a result, Ruth would sing and read to her. Ophelia loved to smoke a corn-cob pipe.

From the Waycross Journal-Herald, July 21, 1942, Obituary for Mrs. Ophelia Chapman:

Funeral services were held at Liberty Baptist Church near Dixie Union this morning at 11 o'clock for Mrs. Ophelia Chapman, 81, who died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carlos Ponsell. Mrs. Chapman was originally of Wayne county, but had lived in Ware county for thirty years, making her home for the past seven years with Mrs. Ponsell and the late F. M. Ponsell. Survivors include two sons, G. F. Chapman and Paul F. Chapman of Waycross; five daughters, Mrs. Carlos Ponsell and Mrs. W. K. Ponsell of Waycross, Mrs. J. P. Herrin of Jacksonville, Mrs. H. D. Miller of Brunswick, Mrs. E. E. Dyal of Nicholls; also a brother, J. D. Harper of Jesup; 23 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. Burial was at Liberty Cemetery, the final rites being conducted by the Rev. David Douglas. W. L. Hinson and Company was in charge of the arrangements.

1920 census, Georgia, Ware county page 3

Marie Poncell Young sent written notes (2-16-2003) saying Ophelia was 14th child of Malachi by second wife Mary Jane (Sykes) Lane

MARRIAGE: Nov 1,1877 in Little Creek, Wayne, Co., GA by Rev. J. A. Harper

Lillian Viola CHAPMAN

DEATH: Flu epidemic

James Samuel HARRIS

1900 census: GA, Wayne, Nuhunta 9-Jun-1900
Harris, James S. 1874, 26, married 5 years
     , Addie    1879, 21, married 5 years, has two children
     , Nora     1897, 3, daughter
     , Eula, Aug-1899, 9/12, daughter
     , Emma,  1874, 26, sister-in-law  (probably Emma Willis, sister of Addie)

Obituary in Atlanta Constitution, Monday, March 26, 1934:
James S. Harris, 58, of 1907 Lakewood Avenue, a produce merchant, died unexpectedly Sunday afternoon at his residence. He is survived by his wife, four daughters, Mrs. N. H. Broach, and Mrs. G. F. Chapman, both of Waycross, Ga.; Mrs. H. M. Courson, of Lulaton, Ga., and Mrs. Nora Harris of Atlanta, and a son, J. H. Harris, of Atlanta. Harry G Poole will announce funeral arrangements.

Also in Atlanta Constitution, Monday, March 26, 1934 for Funeral Arrangements:
HARRIS -- Mr. James S. Harris passed away suddenly Sunday afternoon at the residence, 1907 Lakewood avenue, S.E.  He is survived by his wife, four daughters, Mrs. N. H. Broach and Mrs. G. F. Chapman, both of Waycross, Ga.; Mrs. H. M. Courson, of Lulaton, Ga.; Mrs. Nora Harris; one son, Mr. J. H. Harris, both of Atlanta, and two sisters, Mrs. Dave Harris and Mrs. E. Morgan, both of Nahunta, Ga. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Harry G. Poole, funeral director.

From Waycross Journal Herald (1934)
NAHUNTA, Ga., Mar. 29. J. S. Harris. 59, for whom funeral services were held here Tuesday, was a former resident of Jamestown, and was a native of Brantley county. He died suddenly at his home in Atlanta Sunday. He was employed by the Municipal Market in Atlanta. He is survived by his widow, four daughters, Mrs. G. H Chapman and Mrs N. H. Broach of Waycross, Mrs. Nora Harris of Atlanta, and Mrs. H. M. Courson of Lulaton, and one son, Hugh Harris of Atlanta, also two sisters Mrs. Catherine Harris of Nahunta and Mrs. J. E. Morgan of Waycross, also six grand children. The services were conducted by the Rev. W. B. Cathin of Waycross.  PalI bearers were Joe Herrin, Marvin Grey, Charlie McQuaig, Seward James, James Frank Murray, and J. J. Wilder. Interment was at Smyrna cemetery. The Ulmer Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

From Mary Ruth CHAPMAN Parker:
James S.(Stephen?) Harris b. 3/3/1875   d. 3/25/1934
Addie Docie WILLIS Harris b. 11/7/1879  d. 5/30/1950

James and Addie are now in Oakland Cemetery, Waycross, Ware Co., Georgia

In the Cemetery book published by the Brantley County Historical & preservation Society , Inc.
It shows James Samuel Harris ,
  B.  3 Mar. 1875 in Lulaton Ga,  
  D. 25 Mar. 1934 in Atlanta Ga.,
  Father, James B. Johns   (This is the older brother to Bryant B. Johns.)
 Mother , Millie Frances Harris.
 Wife, Addie Docie Willis   
  Buried  in the Smyrna  Cemetery, Lulation Ga.

Comment by JMC: The father of James Samuel Harris b. 1875 has also been identified as Bryant B. Johns, the brother of James B. Johns. It certainly seems reasonable that either James or Bryant could be the father of James Samuel Harris since they lived within a few houses of the Harris family. Lucinda at the birth of James Samuel Harris was a month shy of 18, James B was 24, and Bryant was 15y4m. Millicent and Bryant were closer in age. Perhaps the death certificate will identify the actual father. Bryant B. is positively identified as the father based upon family info provided by Dewey Edward Harris, son of James Samuel Harris (III) b. 1901 who was a grandson of Millicent.

James Harris owned a meat shop at the farmers market in Atlanta. He died of a heart attack at an early age of 58. He was a large, heavy set man over 6' tall.

Living in GA, Tattnall, Manassas in 1920.

Addie Docie WILLIS

She was a small woman only 5' tall. Loved to grow flowers. Purchased flowers wherever she went and then grew them. She also loved to sew and do needle work later in life.

Waycross Journal Herald, June 2, 1950
Mrs. Addie Willis Harris: Impressive funeral rites for Mrs. Addie Willis Harris were held yesterday afternoon at two o'clock at Trinity Methodist Church with the pastor, the Rev. H. H. Heisler, officiating, assisted by the Rev. A. J. Harper and by the Rev. G. N. Rainey. Internment was in Oakland cemetery. There were many beautiful floral tributes. Mrs. Harris died Tuesday after an extended illnes. She had made her home in Waycross for some time and was a member of Trinity Methodist church. Survivors include a son, Hugh Harris, Waycross; three daughters, Mrs. J. E. Murray, Jacksonville, FL, Mrs. Ola Grizzard and Mrs. G. F. Chapman, both of Waycross; nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Active pallbearers were Sheldon Chapman, Myles Chapman, P. E. Taylor, W. G. Parker, J. T. Ponsell, and Chester Ponsell. Members of the Big Brothers Sunday School Class of Trinity Methodist Church served as honorary pallbearers. Hinson Funeral Parlor was in charge of arrangements.

Alternate birth date: 7 Nov 1879

Name: Addie W Harris
 Death Date: 30 May 1950  
 County of Death: Ware  
 Gender: F  
 Race: W  
 Age: 73 years  
 County of Residence: Ware  
 Certificate: 11695

John Duncan MORGAN

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He had 7 children in following order:
Hazel (2 girls + 1 boy) Donnalie married Stanley Mathews in Sunnyvale, CA.
Hettie ( 1 girl)
Andy (2 girls)
Nelly (lots) married O.H. Ward
Pearl ( 2 girls + 1 boy who died )
Vi ( no children)
Florence (died at home)

Wenatchee World Newspaper, April 25, 1949
John Duncan Morgan, 80, of 930 South Mission Street, died Saturday in a Spokane hospital following a lingering illness. Born on Sept. 12, 1868 in Liberty, Clay county, MO., he grew to manhood there and was married to Laura Archer in 1889. They had celebrated their 59th wedding aniversary.

Fifty-two years ago in 1897, he came to Washington with his family and locating at Rosalia where he lived for four years until 1901 when he moved to Creston. He operated a wheat farm near Creston until 1924 when he retired and came to Wenatchee. He was a member of the Assembly of God church. Two daughters preceded him in death.

He is survived by his widow; one son, Andrew C. Morgan of Wenatchee; five daughters, Mrs. Hazel Johnson of Westport, WA, Mrs. Haddie McKee of North Richland, Mrs. Nellie Ward of Seattle, Mrs. Pearl Reichardt of Spokane, and Mrs. Viola McKinley of Wenatchee; 18 gradchildren, and 13 great grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held from the Methodist Church on Orando Street at 3:30 pm Tuesday. The Rev. A. S. Teuber will officiate. R. E. Petterson will sing with Carolyn Sterling at the organ. Casket bearers will be members of the Assembly of God church.

1910 census: WA, Lincoln, Welch Pt.
1920 census, WA, Lincoln, Telford, 2-Jan-1920

Name: John D Morgan
Place of Death: Spkane
Date of Death: 23 Apr 1949
Age: 71
Gender: M
Certificate: 7605

Laura Frances ARCHER

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From obituary (Wenatchee Daily World, April 8, 1959)
Born in Liberty, Mo., Jan 10, 1871. Married John D. Morgan there in 1889.

In 1897, she came to Wahington with ther family locating at Rosalia where she lived until 1901. She and her husband operated a wheat ranch near Creston, Wa until coming to Wenatchee, Wa in 1924. Mrs. Morgan resided at 930 S. Mission St. until her illness.

She was a member of the Assembly of God.

Surviving are her one son, Andy Morgan, East Wenatchee; five daughters, Mrs. Carl Lindberg, San Jose Ca., Mrs. Lennie Makee, McNary, Or., Mrs O.R. Ward, and Mrs. Leroy McKinley, both of Seattle, and Mrs. Jake Jacobson, Sweet Home, Or.; 21 grandchildren and 40 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband in 1949, and by two daughters, Florence Marie and Helen Fay Morgan.

From Ernie Moore:
She was a very straight-laced evangelist woman. Saw everything either as black or white. When her youngest child, Florence, was sick, she would not call for the doctor. Florence died and may be buried in Creston, Wa,

Florence Marie MORGAN

Never married. Died young as a result of either a miscarriage or abortion.

Helen Fay MORGAN

Never married. Died as a young woman with problems related to menstration.

Major Ivory WARREN

BIRTH: he was 67 when Andrew Morgan was 37 according to 1930 census. He was also widowed.

Carpenter and construction worker. Worked on the Grand Coulee Dam. Had some design projects on the Dam but don't know what.

Obit in the Wenatchee paper:
Major J. Warren, 411 Walker street, died at a local hospital Tuesday evening at 10:40 after six days of illness resulting from infection caused by a carbuncle at the base of the brain. About two years ago Major Warren suffered a slight stroke of paralysis. He had been a resident of Wenatchee for 12 years and had he lived one hour and forty minutes longer, he would have celebrated his 70th birthday. Major Warren was born December 21, 1862 in Nebraska. He was a member of the Carpenters union and is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Bernice Morgan of 411 Walker street and Mrs. June Plank of Oregon City, Oregon; five grandchildren, one brother, J. W. Warren of Harrington and one sister, Mrs. Mattie Franklin of Los Angeles, CA. Funeral services will be held from the Jones and Jones chapel Friday morning at 11 with Rev. Stanley Logan officiating. Burial will be in the Wenatchee cemetery.

1920 census: Telford, Lincoln, WA, 2-Jan-1930
Warren, Major J. 56  Nebraska, MA, NY  (brother Joseph W. Warren with wife Jesse next door)
     , Callie   49  Iowa, PA, Ohio
     , June     16  Iowa, Nebraska, Iowa

1910 census: WA, Lincoln, Welch Pt
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1900 census: Iowa, Clinton, Olive twp, Calamus, 1-Jun-1900
Warren, Major      dec 1863 36 Nebraska, Vermont, NY  married 8 years, carpenter
     , Callie     oct 1870 29 Iowa, Penn, VA         married 8 years  4 births, 2 living
      , Georgie B. nov 1874 16 Iowa, Nebraska, Iowa  
      , Hellen F.  feb 1897  3 Iowa, Nebraska, Iowa

(Callie has some obvious errors in parents' birth states)

1895 census: Clinton Co, IA
Major and Callie have 2 children, G.B. 5 and Grace B. 7. Both born in Clinton Co, IA

Callie Elizabeth SMITH

Info at Wenatchee Cemetery office: age 56 y, 0 months, 22 days; died Nov. 6 1927

Obit in Wenatchee paper:
Mrs. Callie Warren, age 56, died at her home, 829 Methow, Sunday morning. Surviving are her husband, Major J. Warren; two daughters, Mrs. Bernice Morgan, and Mrs. F. G. Plank of Wenatchee; a brother, Jesse Smith of Sunnyslope and four other brothers and a sister residing in the east. The funeral will take place Tuesday from the Jones & Jones chapel, the Rev. H. O. Perry officiating. Burial will be in the Wenatchee cemetery.

1920 census: WA, Lincoln, Telford, 2-Jan-1920
Warren, Major J.  56, Nebraska, MA, New York
     , Callie    49, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Ohio
     , June      16, Iowa, Nebraska, Iowa

Warren, Joseph W. 52, Iowa, NH, NY
     , Jessie    42, NE,   NY, NY

James Fleming CHAPMAN

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7th child of Francis John Chapman and Mary Leigh

James Fleming Chapman born July 18, 1822 in Liberty County, Georgia, died August 16, 1890 in Wayne County, Georgia. Grave just across Wayne County line from Thalmann, Georgia.

James Fleming Chapman had five wives:
1) Mildred C. Harrington m. 29 Oct 1846 d. 13 Sep 1850 (She was 21 years old. Could she have died giving childbirth? And what happened to Mary?)
2) Eliza Ann Burney m. 22 Apr 1853 d. 25 Dec 1856 (during childbirth of George evidently.) Had three children: James Fleming Jr., Miles, and George.
3) Ester Ann STRICKLAND Pendarvas (brought 2 children to the marriage and was married to J.F. on Sep 12, 1857)
  aka Hester A
4) Charlott (shown as married to J.F. in 1880, probably married in 1876-1877).
  There is real doubt that the wife of JFC was a Charlotte. Possibly a trascription error for Eller, his known last wife.  Her birth year is hard to read and subject to interpretation. Could possibly be the same as Ella's.
5) Ella Gertrude Burney, nickname Eller Chapman born 1862. Recognized mother of four children: Alonzo Lamar, Don Carlos, Mary Etta, and Joseph Fleming.

The following info provided by Glenn L. Little, husband to Maxine Chapman.
1) James Fleming Chapman was high sheriff of Glenn County.
2) He is buried with five others whose graves are now unmarked.
3) Records on James Fleming Chapman may be found in McIntosh County.

James Fleming Chapman was a private in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He was a member of Rumph's Company, Georgia Cavalry
(Wayne Cavalry Guards)

Centinel - Anniversary Edition 1965 (Name of paper not given, probably Jesup paper)
At an earlier date, the court obtained the release of James F. Chapman after recieving an affidavit that he "was not subject to military service" and was being held "in the service against his will." A year later, Chapman became the sheriff of Wayne Co. Incidently, his service in the office is the first available record noting that the sheriff was elected. It was dated 1864.

From Lamar Chapman:

Letter from James Fleming Chapman Sr to his younger brother, Shelton Madison Chapman.

I received a copy of the letter from the late John Byrd Chapman mailed on 3 April, 1984. I don't know how the letter was in the possession of John since it was from his grandfather to his great uncle.

The envelope was addressed to:

Mr. S.M.Chapman
Altamaha Scouts
In care of Capt. George Dunham
Savannah, Georgia

Text of Letter

Waynes ville Febry 1862

Dear Brother

I seat myself at last to reply to yours you wrote when you was at home which I found enclosed with one from D.F.L. the cause for part of cause of my not writing sooner. I have had measles(.) as soon as I recovered a little of the rest of my family taken it. I had 12 cases in bed at one time all better. I have 2 more cases not out of bed yet. I have had 16 cases altogether. Myself & Elie. I have **** had it together then the 12 now 2 more yet to have it. Then all told unless it does us like it does in Hopkins Camp. goes around twice. Babe has it now and he had it 4 or 5 years ago.

I helped Poppele hunt 3 days for your cattle. we found 56 head 4 steers among them. 4 was all we could fine. there was one old cow among the gang. he said he would take but she was so heavy with calf I did not sell her. I thought I would not sell her if she was mine. he offered $12 for her. the steers he taken at 15 per head-he did not pay me the money-he said he could not until he drove. I have not seen him since. I suppose he will pay me when I see him. You wanted me to write you how stood in money matters-I find two $20 notes. one note for $157 and 50/100 with a credit of $130 leaves a balance of 27-50 of principle and hundred and 30) $130 you give for my cattle. $100 of that I considered paid upon Elic. the 2 notes each $20 make $40 27 50/100 balance on note $30 on cattle is all I recollect of now. ninty seven 50 is the principle

The cause of the 2 last letter that I wrote you being in a different hand write was be cause I had no envellops. I would go to the office get an envellop from P.M. he would back it for me.

I have new to write you. I have not done the first thing towards preparing for another crop. just as I got ready to begin to clean up my folks taken measles.

It will take me 3 or 4 weeks to clean up ready for listing. I should plant by the middle of March or first of April. you must write me whether you want me to have the money for what your cattle brought. if so I will credit your note with the balance after 30 dol is settled for the cattle. I want it if is possible. I owe some 150 dol of borred money and was to pay it when called on and since I sold your cattle I have been called on for 100. I cant raise it without that & hardly with it do say I can have it. do say I can have it-you have said as much as that-but I want you to say so possitively.

We are all well as measles will let us hope this may find you well do write soon for I want to hear from you very bad. I have been expected to Savannah being actact from all I can see it will be.

Your Brother J.F.C.

Census data:

1880 Ga Census, Wayne Co., Township #97 page 36 (on June 29, 1880)
Chapman, J. F., Jr.  25             Ga    Ga   Ga
, Opelia            20  wife       Ga    Ga   Ga
, Mary Lee?          1  daughter   Ga    Ga   Ga

Chapman, J.F., Sr    58             Ga    Ga   Ga
, Charlott          49? wife       Ga    Ga   Ga
, Alvon              2  son        Ga    Ga   Ga
, Don Carlos        4/12 (Jan)son  Ga    Ga   Ga

Chapman, Miles       24             Ga    Ga   Ga
, Susan             24             Ga    Ga   Ga
, George F          8/12 (Sept)    Ga    Ga   Ga
, George W          23             Ga    Ga   Ga

1870 Ga. Census, Wayne Co., Waynesville has
 J. F. Chapman (age 47)
 Hester A. (age 40)       b. Abt 1830
 James F. age 16
 Miles J. age 14
 George W. age 13
 Pendarvis, R. J, age 22 works on farm
 Holcom, C. E. age 8 F  (unknown who she is)

1860 US George Census, Glynn County has:
 James F. Chapman 37
 Ester A (Pendarvas) Chapman  32  b. abt 1828  (Probably same as Hester A. above.)
 Isabel J. Pendarvis 13
 Richad J. Pendarvis 11
 James F. Jr. Chapman 6
 Miles J.  4
 George W 3

1850 Ga. Census, Wayne Co,
  James F. Chapman age 27
 Mildred age 20
 Mary    age 2

Eliza Ann BURNEY

Evidently, she die shortly after birth of her son George Washington Chapman. His birth date is listed as Dec 26, 1856.

Malachi C. HARPER

Malachi Harper Gravestone

Gravestone at Little Creek Batist Church Cemetery, Jesup, GA

Photo courtesy of Moses Westberry

the following provided by Albert Harper:
Malachi Harper was a member of Little Creek Baptist Church in Gardi, GA as was both of his wives. He was active in the church from its early beginning in 1824. He was deacon of the church and held other offices in the Church. The support of his family was from farming, and endeavor he persued with success. He provided a comfortable home and made welcome all comers. He served in the Confederate Army the last year of the Civil War when Georgia State milita drafted him into service. He is buried at the Little Creek Baptist Curch Cemetery, formerly known as the Knight family cemetery.

Malachi is the 3rd child of James and Mary Smith HARPER.

1840 census: GA, Wayne Co.
Malachi Harper
 1 M   0-5 years  old (Joshua)
 1 M   5-15 years old (unknown)
 1 M  20-30 years old (Malachi)
 1 F  20-30 years old (Mary)

1850 census: GA, Wayne
Malachi Harper age 33 M
Mary           age 30 F
Joshua             10 M
Harriet             9 F
James               7 M
Elija               4 M
Washington          2 M
Mary              2/12 F

1860 census: GA, Wayne
Malachi Harper   age 41
Mary Jane        age 37
James            age 17
Eliza            age 14
Washington       age 12
Mary E           age 10
Eliza            age 8
Sarah M          age 5
Nancy            age 4
Malachi          age 2
Charles A        age 1
Samuel N. Lane   age 11
Thomas O. Lane   age  9

1870 census: GA, Wayne Co., Screven has:
Malachi    age 53? Farmer          ( b. abt 1817 )
Mary Ann   age 48  Keeping House   ( b. abt 1822 )
Eliza   age 17
Sarah K    age 15
Nancy      age 14
Malach Jr. age 13
Charles A  age 12
Ophelia    age 11
Oreanna    age  9
Rachel     age  8
William S. age  6
John D.    age  4

1880 Ga Census, Wayne Co., Dist 97, 23 Jun 1880, Pg 439
Harper, Matichi 64, GA,GA,GA
     , Mary    50, GA,GA,GA wife
     , Stephen 14, GA,GA,GA
      , John D. 12, GA,GA,GA

1) Marie Poncell Young sent written notes (2-16-2003) saying Ophelia was 14th child of Malachi by second wife Mary Jane (Sykes) Lane

2) Marriage record found for Malachi Harris + Mary Lane July 13, 1855

3) There is a marriage record of Mary A. J. Sikes to Joseph E. Lane Sept 19, 1832

From Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia

Harper, Malachi  1817-1900   WAYNE

Malachi Harper was a son of James and Mary [SMITH] Harper and was born in Wayne County, Dec. 10, 1817.  He lived his entire life in Wayne County and died Jan. 11, 1900.  He was married twice.  His first wife was Mary Elizabeth Knight, born 1820 in Wayne County, a daughter of Abraham Knight (Sr.).  She died of childbirth in 1855, and Mr. Harper then married Mrs. Mary Jane (Sykes) Lane, July 13, 1855.  There were eight children by the first wife and nine children by the second wife, as follows:
1.         Joshua A.        b. 1839, m. Matlida Causey, dau. Of Wm. R.
2.         Harriet          b. 1842, m. 1st:  Wilson C. Jones, July 1, 1858, 2nd. Henderson Horton, Jan. 26, 1893
3.         James W.         b. 1843, m. Martha Causey, Nov. 13, 1865, dau. Of Wm. R.
4.         Elijah           b. 1845, m. Jane Popwell, June 7, 1864, dau. Of George
5.         Geo. Washington  b. 1848, died single, age 16 years
6.         Mary Elizabeth   b. 1850, m. Henderson Horton, Nov. 30, 1865 (his first wife)
7.         Eliza            b. 1852, m. 1st:  John B. Robinson, July 28, 1877; 2nd Daniel Alderson, Feb. 6, 1879
8.         Sarah Matilda    b. 1854, m. William Westberry, Oct. 30, 1873
9.         Nancy            b. 1856, died young after 1870
10.        Malachi          b. 1858, m. Tiny Westberry, Nov. 2, 1876, dau. Of Charlton and Martha
11.        Charles A.       b. 1859, m. Georgia Brooker, Oct. 12, 1877, dau. Of James
12.        Ophelia          b. 1860, m. James F. Chapman, Jr., Oct. 12, 1877
13.        Oceana           b. 1861, m. William Riley Bennett, Dec. 28, 1876
14.        Rachel           b. 1862, m. Charles Rodgers
15.        William S.       b. 1864, died young
16.        Stephen          b. 1866, m. Nora Crosby
17.        John D.          b. 1866, m. Georgia Knight, dau. of Elijah

Land Records

April 3, 1840 Malachi bought from John Cooper 490 acres in the 3rd District of Wayne Co. for $125.00.  Abraham Knight and A. E. Knight witnesses(Wayne Co Deed Book P Page 298.)

February 7, 1847 Malachi bought from John Cooper 441 acres in the 3rd District of Wayne Co for $100.00.  Samuel OBryan and James C. Drawdy witnesses(Wayne Co Deed Book BC & D Page 616)

January 8, 1857 sold 490 acres to Joshua Harper  Book 28 Page 183  recorded 10-28-1907.

May 1, 1858 Malachi sold to Joshua Harper  for $200.00 land lot number 232 in the 3rd District of Wayne Co containing the original 441 acres.(Wayne Co Deed Book H-M Page 76.)

October 15, 1862 Malachi bought land lot number 211 in Wayne Co containing 490 acres for $200.00. (Wayne Co Deed Book H-M Page 82.)

March 10, 1869 Malachi sold James W Harper for $350.00 land lot number 209 containing 490 acres located in the 3rd District of Wayne Co. (Wayne Co Deed Book H-M Page 330.)

December 11, 1877 Malachi sold to J. A. Harper for $100.00 30 acres which was in the north corner of land lot 210 in the 3rd District of Wayne Co.(Wayne Co Deed Book 28 Page 576.)

October 28, 1879 Malachi for $325.00 leased to Willis Clary and Joshua Harper for ten years the merchantable timber  on land lots 210 and 211which were in the 3rd District of Wayne Co. (Wayne Co Deed Book O Page 454.)

August 1886 Malachi sold for $125.00 in 3rd District of Wayne Co. land lot 4 to Thomas Purdom.  Malachi held a mortgage note payble January 1887at 10% interest per year.(Wayne Co. Deed Book O Page 742.)

January 18, 1888 Malachi loaned W. Wilkerson $65.00.(Wayne Co Deed Book R Page 71.)

September 1, 1894 Malachi sold Malachi H. for $500.00 in the 3rd District of Wayne Co. land lot number 211 containing 300 acres.(Wayne Co. Deed Book T Page 260.)

12-11-1897 sold land to J. A. Harper 30 acres of lot 210  Book 28 Page 576.

In February 1847 Malachi was trustee for Susan Spell and her children in compliance of the will of Jane Parrott.(Wayne Co Deed Book BC & D Page 342.)

Malachi was on the 1864 census for reorganizing the GA Militia.  He age was 48 and he listed farmer as his occupation.


There was a Haywood Harper m Elizabeth Smith in Clarke Co., GA in 1809.  Malachi Harper got a land grant in 1791 in Liberty Co., GA-Little Bull Creek 200 acres in 1791 which was recorded in 1802.  It was a headrights grant.  Little Bull Creek is now in Evans Co which was a part of Tattnall Co.

WILL June 14, 1900

Whereas our beloved Father and Grandfather, Malichi Harper, late of said County and State deceased, having left a will and appointed executors thereto and some of the witness to said wil haveing removed out of the limits of said State render it very inconvenient, as well as expensive, to have said will probated in solemn form as the law directs, now therefore, we the undersigned, heirs at law and their lawfully appointed Guardians, do hereby authorize and empower, John A. Harper, son of the executors named in said will, is pressed to execute said will either by division or sale of the proeprty of said deceased or any part thereof as he may deem most advantageous to all the heirs, without any process of law whatever, and we the  undersigned heirs and their guardians having full confidence in the honesty and integrity of J. A. Harper, executor named in said will do each and all of us do hereby agree to abide by his acts and doings in disposing of the property according to said will as though every act of his was done through the strictest process of law.  
J. E. Harper, A. W. Hurn, James N. Thorton, F. W. Love, J. W. Harper, William S. Harper, Charles Harper, M. H. Harper, John D. Harper, Harriett Horton, H. Horton, Ophelia Chapman, -----Bennett, Rachel Rogers, Tillis Westberry, George W. Horton, Jr. Henry Horton, H. Horton, Guardian for Malachi & Alice Horton, M. H. Robinson, Ophelia Hill, William Horton, Pauline Strickland, Tilliam Tomson, Bill Murphy, Hetty Carter, F.L. Carter Guardian for Eligah Anderson and James Anderson

Mary Ann Jane SIKES

mtDNA testing shows that Mary Ann Sykes had Haplogroup K which is found through Europe, and contains multiple closely related lineages indicating a recent population expansion. The origin of haplogroup K dates to approximately 16,000 years ago, and it has been suggested that individuals with this haplogroup took part in the pre-Neolithic expansion following the Last Glacial Maximum. Check out the map at the bottom of the following link.

Possibility to check out: Jacob Sikes in the 1860 Wayne Co. census could be her brother.
Sikes, Jacob    46   GA
    , Lucretia 39   GA

Sikes, John    33    GA
    , Minerva 28    GA
    , William  7
    , Frances  5
    , Henry    3
    , Mary    10/12

Sikes, Jordon  31    GA
    , Nancy   16    GA

The 1900 Wayne Co., Ga census had John B Sikes (b. May 1836 , wife Minervia) within two houses of Thomas O. Lane, the son, Mary Ann Jane Sikes and Joseph E. Lane. STRONG evidence that John is Mary Ann's brother (or cousin). There are a lot of Sikes in Tattnall Co.

This could be her brother.
Name: John B. Sikes
Birth: 1837 in GA
Death: ABT. 1900 in Wayne Co., GA
Marriage Minerva Westberry b: JAN 1845 in Wayne Co., GA
Married: 15 AUG 1861 in Wayne Co., GA

Name: John V. SIKES (could be her brother. Consistent with above.)
Birth: MAY 1836
Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Married: 15 AUG 1861 in Wayne , Co., GA.
William T. SIKES b: 1863
Frances Elizabeth SIKES b: 1865
Henry SIKES b: 1867
Mary Ann SIKES b: 1870
John D. SIKES b: 1872
Charles E. SIKES b: 1876
George W. SIKES b: FEB 1880
Jared J. SIKES b: MAR 1882
Sarah M. SIKES b: AUG 1884

(RICHARD FURMAN2, MOSES1) was born January 1845 in Appling Co, Georgia. She married JOHN SYKES August 15, 1861 in Wayne Co, Georgia. He was born 1837 in Georgia.

i. WILLIAM SYKES, b. Abt. 1863, Georgia.
ii. HENRY SYKES, b. Abt. 1867, Georgia.
iii. FRANCES ELIZABETH SYKES, b. December 27, 1867, Gardi, Georgia; d. February 1919, Georgia; m. NATHAN GARDNER, JR, March 31, 1886, Georgia.
iv. MARY SYKES, b. June 1869, Georgia.
v. JOHN SYKES, b. 1872.
vi. CHARLES SYKES, b. 1876.
vii. GEORGE SYKES, b. 1880.
viii. JARED SYKES, b. 1882.
ix. SARAH SYKES, b. 1884.


never married and died young, age 19.

Bryant B. JOHNS

Bryant B. Johns, b. 26 Dec 1860, d. 25 Sep 1934, parents, James B. Johns and Keziah Kelly Johns, wife, Harriet "Hattie" Floyd Johns, Buried, Bethlehem Cemetery (near Hickox in Brantley Co, GA)
(this info in Cemetery Book)

Recollection by Dorothy Johns Thomas on April 9, 2003:
Now I will tell you what I know and remember about the family. I am 76, born in 1927, but when I was a child, Bryant and Hattie used to visit my grandparents. The farms were about a mile and half apart.  They always came for meals and didn't use forks, but ate with table knives. They lived with their son Dillworth Lovejoy "Dillie" Johns and his wife, Minnie Hickox Johns.  Dillie and Minnie has a lot of children, don't remember how many, but times were hard and my father told me years later that the reason Bryant and Hattie came to eat so much was so the family at home would have more. They lived in a small farm.  My father also said that then they didn't have a stove, but cooked on the fireplace.  Their place was about a half mile from the cemetery.

I should also mention that back in the oldest part of this cemetery there were a lot of stake markers that have deteoriated and we have lost a lot of history and a lot of names.

I think it was sometime in the 1940s that Dillie's family moved to Florida and I think that they all turned out well and prospered. I believe that the sons have all died, but two daughters are still living,  Nora and Mary Jane, but don't know their married names nor exactly where they live.  I believe all the sons have been brought back to Bethlehem for burial. Dillie had brothers, Sam and James Flemon, and there may have been more. Sam never married and died in a mental institution and Flemon married Mary Thrift. I may be kin to this part of the Johns family some generations back, but don't know the connection.

Dorothy Johns Thomas [email protected]

The Johns household #306 in 1870 Wayne, GA census is very close the to Harris household #314.

Millicent Frances HARRIS

Eula Harris grandson had the name of Millicent Frances Cooper in Family bible.

Obituary (name of paper not given):
Mrs. Francis Cooper dies at home of Daughter [on Feb 18 1925]. Mrs. Francis Cooper died Friday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Georgia Morgan near here. The deceased had lived to be nearly 68 years of age and had been a faithful wife until the death of her husband, then cared for her children herself, during which time she spent as much time as possible aiding the sick. Mrs. Cooper was a member of the Nahunta Baptist Church and was buried at the Hickox Cemetery. There are three children that survive their mother, Mrs. Georgia Morgan, Mrs. Catherine Harris, and Mr. Jim Harris, three sisters, Mrs. James Dykes, Mrs. Katie Hickox, and Mrs. Matilda White all from in around Nahunta, besides a large number of relatives and friends. The Banner extends condolence.

1900 Census Ga, Wayne Co., Township #95, pg 16
Name       relationship  sex    Birth      age    self  father   mother  occupation
Cooper, W. R   Head        M     Nov 1863   36     Ga      Ga       Ga    farmer
 , Frances    wife        F         1856   44     Ga      Ga       Ga
 , Georgia A  Daughter    F         1898    2     Ga      Ga       Ga

In the 1860 Ga Wayne County census,
House  Family
#205   John W. Harris family:

      Harris         Jno.           31   M         Farmer         200    240       Georgia                       X REMARKS: Reads
      Harris         Lucinda Lewis  30   F                               Georgia
      Harris         Arcada         10   F                               Georgia
      Harris         Jno. Thomas    7    M                               Georgia
      Harris         Milly Francis  4    F                               Georgia
      Harris         James Samuel   1    M                               Georgia
      Harris         Ebenezer       22   M         Laborer               Georgia                       X

#206   Jeremiah E.Johns (including a James B. Johns   b. 1846 )
      Johns          Jeremiah E.    36   M         Farmer         500    700       Georgia
      Johns          Louisa         37   F                               Georgia                       X
      Johns          James B.       14   M                               Georgia
      Johns          John B.        12   M                               Georgia
      Johns          Silas C.       11   M                               Georgia
      Johns          Lear D.        9    F                               Georgia
      Johns          Mary E.        8    F                               Georgia
      Johns          Martha L.      6    F                               Georgia
      Johns          Jane G.        2    F                               Georgia
      Johns          Nancy S.       1    F                               Georgia

#212   James B. Johns Sr (including James B. Johns Jr.  b. 1851)
      Johns          James          35   M         Farmer         500    600       Georgia
      Johns          Kesiah         35   F                               Georgia
      Johns          Seaborn        12   M                               Georgia                 X
      Johns          Sylvester      11   M                               Georgia
      Johns          James          9    M                               Georgia
      Johns          Lucinda        8    F                               Georgia
      Johns          Kesiah         5    F                               Georgia
      Johns          Franklin       3    M                               Georgia
      Johns          Mary           1    F                               Georgia
      Crews          Mary           65   F                               South Carolina                     X

      Which James B. Johns had a child with Millie?

The 1870 Ga Census lists:
House    Family
#313     Johns, Louisa     48   keeping house
             , James A    24   cripple    (This conflicts with earlier census showing James B.) 1850 census only shows James
             , John B     22   farming
        and many others

#314     Harris,  John       41     M     1829   
               ,  Lucinda    41     F     1829
              ,  Thomas J.  16     M     1854
              ,  Millie F.  14     F     1856
              ,  James S.   11     M     1859  ( James Samuel Harris )
              ,  Martha ?.   8     F     1862
              ,  Sarah L.    3     F     1867
              ,  William ?   9/12  M     1869 ( shown to be adopted in 1880 census )

#306      Johns,  Keziah     41     F   (age appears to be off)
              ,  Samuel     22     M
              ,  James B.   20     M
              ,  Lucinda E. 18     F
              ,  Kiziah     16     M
              ,  Franklin   14     M
              ,  Mary A     12     F
              ,  Bryon B    10     M

1880 Ga Census, Wayne Township #97, pg 19

#142      Harris, John W     55        M           Ga      NC       NC
               , Cinda      53        F  wife     Ga      NC       NC   (probably Lucinda)
               , Frances    24        F  daug.    Ga      Ga       Ga   (Millicent Francis since age is right)
               , Matilda    18        F  daug.    Ga      Ga       Ga   (Could this be Martha Matilda? since age is right)
               , Lou        13        F  daug.    Ga      Ga       Ga   (Sarah Lou)
               , William     8        M  adopted  Ga      Ga       Ga
               , James       5        M  adopted  Ga      Ga       Ga   (b. 1875: James is probably son of M. Frances Harris)
               , Ebenezer   85        M  father   NC      NC       NC

# 208      Johns, Kizzie     54        F
               , Mary       22        F  daughter
               , James B.   29        M  son
               , Frank L    24        M  son
               , Bryan      21        M  son