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Richard James SHAW

[Shaw- Ancestry File #1234868.FTW]
!Not in 1870 census; wife is head of househ old; yet there is a child 1
year old; indicates recent death.


Henry J SHAW

[Shaw- Ancestry File #1234868.FTW]
!Or is the name Kenly A.?


James Henry SWINDLE

Civil War?

(Civil War?)

See attached sources.


Nancy Jane PARKER

See attached sources.
Alternate death date - 7 Dec 1915


William Hall PARKER Jr.

William Hall Parker Jr. was a minister at the Jones Creek Baptist Church for fifty years.

He was postmaster at Johnston Station during the Confederate War


Sarah Jane CARTER



                             /George CARTER b: 1674 d: 1736  =>
                            |                          
                     /Jacob CARTER b: 1720 d: AFT 1815
                    |       \Sarah _____ b: ABT 1690
            /George CARTER b: ABT 1742 d: 1822
            |       \Sarah
    /David CARTER b: ABT 1785 d: BEF 1827
Sarah Jane CARTER b: 17 FEB 1814 d: 3 JUL 1900
    |       /Richard Cooper b: 1758 d: 3 JUL 1839
    \Rachel Cooper b: ABT 1790 d: BEF 13 MAY 1838
            \Lucretia Lourena HOWARD b: 1759 d: 1815


                     /William CARTER b: ABT 1600 d: 1655 =>
            /Thomas CARTER b: 1625 d: 1669
            |       \Alice b: ABT 1605
    /Thomas CARTER b: ABT 1652 d: 1710
    |       |                       /Richard COOKE b: ABT 1557 d: AFT 1598
    |       |               /Phillip COOKE b: 27 DEC 1589
    |       |       /William COOKE b: ABT 1610 d: 10 NOV 1697
    |       |       |       \Elizabeth b: BEF 1589
    |       \Eleanor COOKE b: ABT 1633
    |               \Mary BLACKBURN b: ABT 1610
George CARTER b: 1674 d: 1736
    |       /George MOORE b: 1654 d: 1714
    \Magdaline MOORE b: ABT 1654
            |       /Charles BEARCROFT b: 1609 d: 1663
            \Jane BARCROFT b: ABT 1635 d: 30 NOV 1710
                    \Dorothy CROSBY b: 1617 d: BEF 1654

                           /William CARTER b: ABT 1475 d: BEF 30 AUG 1521
                    /Richard CARTER b: ABT 1500 d: 1558
                    |       \Alice b: ABT 1478
            /Thomas CARTER b: 1535
            |       \Joan b: ABT 1505
    /John CARTER b: 1574 d: 1630
    |       \Joan HYLL b: 1538
William CARTER b: ABT 1600 d: 1655
    |                       /Thomas BENION b: ABT 1500
    |               /John BENION b: ABT 1535
    |       /Thomas BENION b: ABT 1560
    |       |       |               /John HIGGINSON b: ABT 1470
    |       |       |       /Thomas HIGGINSON b: ABT 1500
    |       |       \Ursula HIGGINSON b: ABT 1538
    \Bridget BENION b: ABT 1582
            |                       /John HIGGINSON b: ABT 1470
            |               /Thomas HIGGINSON b: ABT 1500
            |       /Robert HIGGINSON b: ABT 1540
            \Isabel HIGGINSON b: ABT 1565
                    \Ione b: ABT 1540


William David PARKER

unmarried


Hendley Foxworth HORNE

HENDLEY F. HORNE on May 9, 1861, contracted at $800 per annum to transport for the Confederate States of America, the mails twice a week from Perry’s Mills, Tattnall County, via Matlock and Beard’s Creek to Johnston’s Station, McIntosh County. The contract, No. 6047, with John Chapman and James H. Owens as securities, was witnessed by W. 0. Darsey, Jacob Howard, and Wm. W. Dreggors, J.P., and certified by W. H. Parker, postmaster at Johnston’s Station (now Ludowici), Georgia.

HENDLEY F. HORNE and John B. Mallard represented Liberty County in the Georgia Constitutional Convention which met in the State Capitol,  Milledgeville, October and November 1865, following the collapse of the Confederate government. H. F. Home was elected to represent Liberty County in the Georgia House of Representatives in 1873 but was unseated on February 17, 1873, as unfit and replaced with a Radical negro W. A. Golden.

Son Hendley S. Horne was a private in Capt William Hughes, Jr’s. Company D, 5th Regiment Georgia Cavalry, Anderson’s brigade, Kelley’s division, Joe Wheeler’s Cavalry Corps, Joe Johnston’s Army of Tennessee, CSA, and was paroled at Hillsboro, N. C. on May 3, 1865. Sons—in—law William A. Morrison and William D. Baggs both enlisted on August 14, 1861, as privates in Capt George Troup Dunham’s "Altamaha Scouts", Company I, 25th Regiment Georgia Infantry, CSA.