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Martha Jane HERRIN


                  /Enoch HERRIN
            /Heron "Mack" HERRIN b: Abt 1770 d: summer 1817
    /Daniel HERRIN b: 10 Mar 1810 d: 1887 or 1888
    |       \Ann D --?---
Martha Jane HERRIN b: 29 Nov 1847 d: 13 Sep 1930
    |       /John William AMMONS b: Abt 1760 d: 1852
    \Jemima "Kermima" AMMONS b: 1818 d: Abt 1836
            \Jemima UNKNOWN b: Abt 1770


Martin Monroe BROWN

Also have parents as John Brown + Margaret Robeson

1880 census: GA, Wayne,
Brown, Martin  30 FL, FL, FL
    , Sarah   28 GA, GA, GA
    , Herman   8 GA, GA, GA
    , Alice    5 GA, GA, GA
    , Thomas   2 GA, GA, GA


Note that Martin and Benjamin Franklin married sisters.

1870 census: GA, Wayne, 22-Aug-1870
#294 Jones, James B. 28
         , Mary     27
         , John B.  10
         , Joseph A. 8
         , Mary E.   6
         , Nancy L.  4
         , James E.  2
         , Benjamin 6/12
    Brown, Martin   23 staying in James B Jones household
         , John     21 staying in James B Jones household


#295 Jones, Burwell  66  (next door to James B. Jones)
         , Margaret 60
         , Jasper   19
         , Newton   17
    Brown, Benjamin 19 next door to James B. Jones.


John BROWN

In the Wayne Co., GA marriage records:
23 Dec 1829 John Brown       + Mrs Margaret Robson
20 Feb 1834 John Brown       + Mary E Liles
29 Dec 1859 Henry Brown      + ? Nichols
 2 Jan 1868 Nathan Brown     + Rachel Baxter
 7 Dec 1870 Vinson P Brown   + Frances P Roberson
23 Mar 1873 Thomas E Brown   + Miranda Cenas
14 Sep 1876 B. F. Brown      + Matilda Purdom
25 Aug 1877 W. J. Brown      + M. Saxon
29 Feb 1882 Clark Brown      + Ella Marshall
29 Sep 1883 Gabrel Brown     + Mary Labron
 1 Jan 1887 Delphus Brown    + Gussie Mitchell
18 Oct 1889 William Brown    + Maggie Brown
19 Mar 1891 John Brown       + Jane Fennell
15 Mar 1893 Herbert Brown    + Fanny Walker
 7 Nov 1896 Lawrence W Brown + Lillian Young
20 Jun 1897 Simon Brown      + Annie Sharp
12 Sep 1897 Riley Brown      + Janie Stringfellow
22 Jun 1899 N. Brown         + Allis Thornton

Info on Mary E. Lilies
Father: Henry Liles  Birth: 1778 in NC; Death: FEB 1860 in Wayne Co, GA
Event: Baptizd 1819 Justice, Wayne Inferior Court until 1821
Mother: Jane Sarrow b: 1775 in NC
Married: ABT. 1797 in North Carolina
Children
William B Liles b: 1798 in Northampton Co, GA
Edmond Liles b: 1800 in Northampton Co, NC
Thomas D Liles b: 1802 in Northampton Co, NC
James H Liles b: 1805 in Northampton Co, NC
Caroline Cook Liles b: 1810 in Northampton Co, NC
Mary E Liles b: 1813 in Wayne Co, GA  married John J. Brown 20-Feb-1834
Mildred Liles b: 1814 in Wayne Co, GA
William C Liles b: 1818 in Wayne Co, GA

Census Records
1850 census: GA, Wayne, district 92, 28-aug-1850
Brown, John      67 SC Methodist minister  (b. 1783) <--<< this could be the father of John Brown b. 1810
    , Margaret  66 SC
    , Nancy     17 GA
    , Martin    15 GA

1860 census, FL, Wakulla, Between Sopchoppy and St Marks Rivers, Newport, 27-Jun-1860
Brown, John       50 GA daylaborer
     , Matthew    16 GA
     , Benjamin S. 9 FL
     , John A.    12 FL
     , Martin     14 FL

1870 census: GA, Wayne, 22-Aug-1870
#294 Jones, James B. 28 (This James Burrel Jones b. 16 May 1842)
         , Mary     27 (This Mary Matilda Highsmith b. 11 Jun 1842)
         , John B.  10
         , Joseph A. 8
         , Mary E.   6
         , Nancy L.  4
         , James E.  2
         , Benjamin 6/12
    Brown, Martin   23 staying in James B Jones household
         , John     21 staying in James B Jones household
#295 Jones, Burwell  66  (father of James B. Jones living next door)
         , Margaret 60
         , Jasper   19
         , Newton   17
    Brown, Benjamin 19 next door to James B. Jones.

Observations
Indiana is connected to this family in some way. Benjamin's wife, Matilda Purdom Brown and her son William, are living next door to Indiana in the 1870 census.  Matthew, John, Martin, and Benjamin Brown appear to be brothers according to 1870 census for Wayne Co., GA and the 1860 census for Wakulla, FL.

Indiana, Matthew, Martin, Benjamin are all buried at Smyrna Cemetery, Brantly, GA.

Martin Monroe Brown and Benjamin Franklin Brown are brothers and they married sisters.
John's wife is Margaret Robeson according to book, "Cemeteries & More, Genealogy Reference, Brantley County, GA"

Conjecture: Could John Brown b. 1783 in SC (in 1850 Wayne, GA census) be related to this family also? Note that one of his children is Martin!!!


Franklin Lafayette SMITH

1860 US Census, Wayne County, Georgia, Son, Household of Sarah Smith
1870 US Census, Wayne County, Georgia, Son, Household of Sarah Smith
1880 US Census, Wayne County, Georgia, Son, Household of Sarah Smith
1900 US Census, Wayne County, Georgia, Married, Head of Household
1910 US Census, Wayne County, Georgia, Married, Head of Household
1920 US Census, Wayne County, Georgia, Married, Head of Household
1930 US Census, Brantley County, Georgia, Married, Head of Household


? Alexander WILLIS ?

Likely candidates for the father of James, George, and William are:
1) Alexander (1830 & 1840 Bryan, GA; 1860 New River, FL) and
2) George (1820 Liberty, GA).
I show Alexander as the father since he is living in close proximity to William in the 1860 census.

A likey patriarch to this entire family line is Jacob Willis (1820 Screven, GA)

James and George are brothers based on info provided by Kenneth (Bozo) Willis (Nahunta, GA) and compelling evidence listed below.
George's daughter, Ella Gatsey Willis, married her cousin, William Jasper Willis, and named their son George Washington Willis. Ella G. is shown living with James and Gatsey Willis in the 1880 census and is listed as a niece born in FL.

1880 census: FL, Columbia, 9-Jun-1880
Willis, William W. 47,      GA, NC, NC
     , Cinthia E. 32, wife FL, Penn, FL
     , Robert Samuel, 9/12 son  FL, GA, FL

Willis, Mary    46 GA, NC, NC
     , Laura L. 9 daughter FL, GA, GA
     , Annie    6 daughter FL, GA, GA
Question: Where did Ella and Marietta go?
Answer:  Ella G. Willis is shown living with James and Gatsey Willis in the 1880 census and is listed as a niece born in FL.
This seems to clearly make George and James as brothers. Marietta is not in FL or GA.


1870 census: FL, Columbia, Lake City 13-Jul-1870
Willis, George  51 NC
     , Mary    35 GA
     , Marietta 6 FL
     , Ella G.  1 FL

Willis, William W. 35 GA
     , Sarah A.   36 GA
     , Elizabeth   8 FL
     , Martha     18 GA
Hair, George       60 SC

1860 census: FL, New River, 22-Jun-1860
Willis, William     34 GA  <- probable error in age
     , Sarah S.    38? GA <- probable error in age
     , Jane A       9 GA
     , George W.    8 GA
     , Eliza R.     7 FL
     , Benjamin F.  2 FL
     , William A. 3/12 FL

Willis, Thomas C. 40 GA

Willis, Alexander 80 NC
     , Rachel    32 NC


1850 census: FL, Hamilton, District #3, 7-Nov-1850
Willis, George     31 NC
     , Julia A.   27 NC
     , Sarah A.   23 GA
     , William W. 17 GA
     , Robert H.  15 GA
     , Newton T.  12 GA
     , Martha      2 GA

1840 census: GA, Bryan
Willis, Alex     40-50 years old
Willis, Benjamin 20-30 years old

1830 census: GA, Bryan
Willis, Alexander m:120001  f:110101  ==> Alexander is 30-40 years old


1820 census: GA, Liberty
George   m:000001  f:00101 <--- also a likely father to James and George
Isaac    m:100010  f:10010
Jonathan m:100010  f:10010

1820 census: Screven, GA
Jacob m:232002 f:32020  Jacob is over 45 years old


Newton T. WILLIS

Possible connection to this family?
1860 census: GA, Walker, Chattanooga, 28-Jul-1860
Willis, George      59 NC
     , Abigail     59 NC
     , Georgia A.  27 GA
     , John B.     23 GA
     , Julia A.    16 GA
     , Harriett C. 12 GA
     , Newton T.   21 GA