Name: Mark LOTT
Birth: 22 JAN 1769 in Saint George's Parish (nka Burke County), Georgia
Death: 1 NOV 1813 in Montgomery (nka Tattnall) County, Georgia buried Coffee County
Burial: 3 NOV 1813 Lone Hill Methodist Church Cemetery, Coffee County, Georgia
Note Maternal 4th great grandparents. My next ancester is dau. SARAH LOTT m. GRAY STOCK ROBERTS.
Court Record 1790 Georgia: Claim - Mark LOTT lost 20 cattle to the Indians.
Court Record 23 JUN 1790 Washington Co, GA: Land Petition - Mark LOTT bought 300 acres on Ohoopee River adj. to John PHILLIPS land.
Court Record 1793 Washington Co, GA: Claim - Mark LOTT lost 2 horses to Indians.
Court Record 1793 Washington Co, GA: Land Grant - 300 acres.
Court Record 27 NOV 1802 Bulloch County, GA: Deed - unknown amount, spouse "Delilah"
Source "Lott Time Line", URL http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jcbarron/lott/LottTimeLine.htm
Reference Number: IND1830
Montgomery County, Georgia
PIONEERS OF WIREGRASS GEORGIA
Volume 1, pages 171-172
Mark Lott was born in St. George's Parish, Georgia, about 1765, a son of
John Lott, R.S. He grew up in Effingham County and in Barnwell District,
S. C., and married Delilah_____ (maiden name cannot be Ascertained).
Record is found where Mark Lott granted 100 acres in Effingham County,
Dec.6, 1790; this land was sold by him to James Oglesby Nov. 27, 1802 for
$150.00. The deed to Oglesby is signed by Mark Lott and his wife Delilah
and is recorded in Bulloch County deed book "A" page 88; the property had
been cut off into Bulloch out of Effingham, and identifies the land as
the same that had been granted to him in 1790.
Mark and Delilah Lott had eight children.
The family lived in that part of Bulloch county which was cut off into
Emanuel County in 1812; and moved in 1806 to Montgomery County, and was
cut off into Tattnall County in the formation of that county in 1805.
Mark Lott died in Momtgomery County about 1812, and his widow continued
to live there (shown in 1820 Census of Montgomery County) until about
1822 when she with her children moved across the Ocmulgee River into
Appling County, and settled where Lone Hill Methodist Church now is in
Coffee County. The son Daniel Lott, had already moved there, She lived
there until her death sometime about 1845 at an advanced age.
The descendamts of Mark and Delilah Lott form of the largest family
connections of Wirgrass Georgia; discendants of the Daniel Lott family
being the most numerous.
Father: John "R. S." LOTT b: 1742 in Edgecombe County, North Carolina Colony (nka USA)
Mother: Sarah "Sallie" LIGHTFOOT b: 31 JUL 1747 in Duplin County, North Carolina Colony (nka USA)
Judith Delilah JONES b: MAY 1771 in Orangburg District, South Carolina
14 FEB 1790
in Effingham County, Georgia
- Daniel LOTT , Sr. b: 25 JUL 1791 in Springfield, Effingham County, Georgia
- Elizabeth "Betsy" LOTT b: 25 APR 1794 in Effingham County, Georgia
- Penelope "Penny" LOTT b: 4 JUL 1795 in Montgomery (nka Tattnall) County, Georgia
- Sarah "Sallie" LOTT b: 22 SEP 1797 in Montgomery (nka Tattnall) County, Georgia
- Joel LOTT b: 14 FEB 1799 in Montgomery (nka Tattnall) County, Georgia
- Mary "Polly" LOTT b: 22 APR 1805 in Montgomery (nka Tattnall) County, Georgia
- Mark A. LOTT b: 18 OCT 1807 in Montgomery (nka Tattnall) County, Georgia
- Frances LOTT b: 22 JAN 1810 in Montgomery (nka Tattnall) County, Georgia