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Martha Julia MILLS

Married John Futch Chapman in 1915.  He was killed on the Raliroad in 1918.  They had one child, Allene Atwood, who was raised in Barwick, Brooks County by her mother and stepfather.  She now lives in Stone Mountain, Georgia. After her husband died she married James Elijah Chapman whose first wife, Betty Selph had died.  Mattie and Jim had no children. From letter of Lamar Chapman dated 6/16/1988.


Augusta A. MILLS

Comment by Sharon Dean Lee (sdlee1 at cox.net)

I believe that this Augustus A Mills is the son of Archibald T. Mills who was with my Thomas Mills in Early County, GA on the 1840 census and who is also on the 1870 Decatur, GA, census with a wife Elizabeth, a son Augustus, a daughter Julia, and a son Jake(?). The Augustus on the 1870 census was one years old.  My Thomas Mills, his brother Archibald, and his brother Stephen were on the 1840 Early Co, Census, as was their sister Catherine Ann Mills Paramore (who later married Matthew T Perryman.  ARchibald died in 1842 and Thomas died in 1845.  None of them are on the 1850 Early census.

Also on the 1880 Decatur Ga, census with Archibald T is William H/ William Hilliard Mills, his wife Fanny (Frances) and their children.  William is the son of William Jasper Mills, who is the son of Thomas Jefferson Mills and Nancy Lanier.


Robert Shelton SALLETTE


Robert Glenn SALLETTE

Sallette - Robert Glenn Sallette, 67, of 672 E. 30th St., retired shop foreman for William Caitlin and Sons, died Wednesday, Sep. 11, 1968. A native of Georgia, he was a resident of this city 30 years. He was a member of Liberty Stree Baaptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruby Petty Sallette, this city; daughter Mrs. Charles D. Bumgardner of Kilmore TX; seven sisters, Mrs. Fannie Cox of Darien, GA, Mrs. Hortense Smith of SC; Mrs. Ella Mae Chapman, Mrs. Kate Warren, Mrs. Lizzie Dunham, all of Ludowici, GA, Mrs. Arthur W. Grant of Homestead, FL and Mrs. Earl Joyner, this city. Funeral services at 2 pm Friday in Liberty Baptist Church, 3315 liberty St., Rev Barney W. Johns, pastor, and Mr. Talmadge Ethridge, officiating. Burial in Evergreen Cemetery.


William Baggs CHAPMAN

CLCID: (CJBW)


Harry Baggs CHAPMAN

Ludowici - Harry B. Chapman, 83, beloved husband and father, died Monday, March 24, 2003 at St. Josephs Hospital in Savannah. The Long County native, and lifelong resident of Ludowici, was a tree farmer and conservationist. He was a deacon of the Ludowici First Baptist Church for many years. He served as a Major in the U.S. Army during World War II and the Korean War. He served in the Pacific Theaters of Operation with the 214th Anti-Aircraft Regiment. He was a Postmaster of Ludowici and retired from the U.S. Postal Service. Mr. Chapman was on the Advisory Council for Historic Preservation of the Coastal Area Planning Development Commission. He was given a special achievement award from the Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center for his outstanding contribution to Historic Preservation on August 12, 1994. He was a long-time member of the Long County Council for Community Action/Family connection. He served as a member of the Long County Board of Education and was an early organizer of the Long County Wildlife Festival. He was a past-president of the Flatwoods Hunting Club and spearheaded the restoration of the "Old Well" in the center of downtown Ludowici. He served as the 2000 Grand Marshall of the Long County Christmas Parade and currently served as the president of Chapman Wiregrass Corporation.

He was preceded in death by his grandson, Patrick Chapman Priester. Survivors: his wife, Mary Wilkinson Chapman of Ludowici; three daughters, April Chapman of Athens, Kimberly Chapman Clark of Hinesville, and Harriet Chapman Mitchum of Ludowici; a brother, William Price Chapman, Sr. of Ludowici; five grandchildren, Georgia Ayn Priester of Gainesville, FL, Samuel Chapman Clark and Joseph Brady Clark, both of Hinesville, Brock Chapman Mitchum and Harry Blaise Mitchum, both of Ludowici; and several nieces and nephews.

Visitation: 5:00-8:00 p.m., Wednesday, March 26 at Gordon-Harrison Funeral Home. Funeral Services: 11:00 a.m., Thursday, March 27 at Jones Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. James Hartley and the Rev. Steve Stokes officiating. Burial: Jones Creek Memorial Garden with Military Rites. Active Pallbearers: Kerry Chapman, Bert Warren, Darrell Balance, Price Chapman, Jr., Wayne Bland, and Mark Smith. Honorary Pallbearers: Members of the Andrew Sunday School Class of the Ludowici First Baptist Church and members of the Flatwoods Hunting Club. Remembrances: Ludowici First Baptist Church Building Fund, Ludowici, GA 31316. Gordon-Harrison Funeral Home Jesup Savannah Morning News, March 26, 2003


Beatrice Viera (Tedie) CHAPMAN

Alternate death date: Mar 7, 2001