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  • ID: I5085
  • Name: Sampson DANIEL
  • Given Name: Sampson
  • Surname: Daniel
  • Prefix: Judge 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 25 Dec 1815 in Washington County, Georgia 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 9 10
  • Death: 11 Sep 1885 in Washington County, Georgia of stroke 14 5 14
  • Burial: Ezekiel Daniel Family Cemetery, Washington County, Georgia 5
  • Event: Alt. Birth 25 Dec 1814 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note: Sampson has conflicting birth information of Dec 25, 1814 in Washington County, Georgia. 8
  • Event: Census Report 1850 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    Census Yr:  1850  State or Territory:  GA  County:  Washington  Div:  91  Page:   257A
    Reference:  Enumerated 12th Nov., 1850 by S.A.H. Jones,       pg. 513
    ================================================================
    5   811  811 Daniels     Sampson 35   M   W    Planter  $200 Georgia
    6   811  811 Daniels     Mary        27   F    W                Georgia
    7   811  811 Daniels     Joseph R. 5    M   W                Georgia
    8   811  811 Daniels     Sarah T. 3    F    W                Georgia
    9   811  811 Daniels     Mary A. 1/2  F    W                Georgia
    15
  • Event: Slave Schedule Census Report 1850
  • Note:
    Schedule 2.— Slave Inhabitants in
    State: GA;  County: Washington;  Div: 91st Dist.;
    Enumerated 21 Nov 1850 by S. A. H. Jones, Asst. Marshal
    LN 40-42, left column, & LN 1-2, right column
    Page: 568;  Image: 0302;  Roll: M432-96
    ===================================
    Slave Owner(s):  Samson Daniel [sic]

    Slave Description:
    1....40....Female....Black
    1....25....Male........Black
    1....10....Male........Black
    1......4...Female.....Black
    1......2...Female.....Black

    Note:  This was a property that Sampson Daniel owned in the 91st GMD near his brothers Silas L. Daniel and Jasper N. Daniel, as well as near his late father's second  spouse/widow, Elizabeth Nance (Rutherford) Gary Wood Daniel [her third marriage].
    16
  • Event: Slave Schedule Census Report 1850
  • Note:
    Schedule 2.— Slave Inhabitants in
    State: GA;  County: Washington;  Div: 91st Dist.;
    Enumerated 7 Nov 1850 by S. A. H. Jones, Asst. Marshal
    LN 15-22, right column,  Page: 645;  Image: 0341;  Roll: M432-96
    ===================================
    Slave Owner(s):  Sampson Daniel

    Slave Description:
    1....60....Male........Black
    1....55....Female....Black
    1....23....Male........Black
    1....21....Female....Black
    1....17....Male........Black
    1....10...Female.....Black
    1.....4....Male........Black
    1.....2....Male........Black

    Note:  This apparently was a second property that Sampson Daniel owned, still in the 91st GMD but in a different part of the district.
    17
  • Event: Court 3 Feb 1852 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following Legal Notice appeared in the local newspaper in Washington County, Georgia on Feb 3, 1852:

    Sarah Smith and Sampson Daniel file for discharge from the estate of Richard Smith, deceased.
    18
  • Event: Court March Term, 1852 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note: Sampson Daniel  served on the Superior Court Grand Jury for the March Term, 1852 in Washington County, Georgia. 19
  • Event: Court 20 Apr 1852 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following Legal Notice appeared in the local newspaper in Washington County, Georgia on Apr 20, 1852:

       In the Inferior Court
       of Washington County, sitting for county purposes - Tuesday morning, April 6, 1852.
    Present their Hons. James R. Smith, E. C. Williamson, John H. Duggan and John Bland, Justices.
       ORDERED that the following persons be, and they are hereby appointed Road Commissioners, in and for their respective Districts in this county, for the present year:

    89th District: John B. Wright, Sampson Daniel, William Hunt.
    20
  • Event: Community Service 4 Jan 1855 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following Legal Notice appeared in the local newspaper in Washington County, Georgia on Jan 4, 1855:

       PLANTER'S ACADEMY

       The academy is situated one mile below I(rwins Cross Roads, on the road leading to Blackshers Ferry. (Irwin Cross Roads was located in Washington county).

    Superintendent: William G. Robson.

    Trustees: Tully Graybill, Wiley M. Pope, Sampson Daniel, Jesse McAfee, Thomas A. Orr, William E. Goff and K. W. Massey.
    21
  • Event: Court 2 Jul 1857 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following Legal Notice appeared in the local newspaper in Washington County, Georgia on Jul 2, 1857:

    "Washington County: Mary J. Gilbert and Sampson Daniel file to sell property of Drewry Gilbert, deceased."
    22
  • Event: Court 8 Oct 1857 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following Legal Notice appeared in the local newspaper in Washington County, Georgia on Oct 8, 1857:

    "Washington County: Sampson Daniel and Mary J. Gilbert file to sell property of Drewry Gilbert, deceased."
    23
  • Occupation: July 1858 Term Washington County, Georgia
  • Note: In the July 1858 Term of the Inferior Court of Washington County, Georgia, Judge Sampson Daniel sat as one of the three Justices. 24
  • Event: Court 3 Nov 1858 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following Legal Notice appeared in the local newspaper on Nov 3, 1858:

    "Washington County: Elizabeth H. [sic] Daniel and Sampson Daniel file for Letters of Administration on the estate of Silas L. Daniel, deceased."
    25
  • Event: Court 3 Nov 1858 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following Legal Notice appeared in the local newspaper on Nov 3, 1858:

    "Washington County: Sampson Daniel files for guardianship of James D. Mason, minor of John F. Mason, deceased."
    26
  • Event: Court 26 Oct 1859 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following Legal Notice appeared in the local newspaper on Oct 26, 1859:

    "Washington County: Sampson Daniel  and Elizabeth H. [sic] Daniel file to sell property of Silas L. Daniel, deceased."
    27
  • Occupation: 25 Jan 1860 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note: Judge Sampson Daniel was still one of the three Justices of the Inferior Court of Washington County, Georgia in Jan 1860. 28
  • Occupation: 15 Feb 1860 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following wedding announcement appeared in the local newspaper on Feb 15, 1860:

       MARRIED

       "On the 8th instant, by Samson Daniel, Esq., Mr. Blueford A. Mathis and Miss Martha A. Sparks, all of Washington County."
    29
  • Event: Census Report 1860 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    State: GA;  County: Washington;  Dist: unk; PO: Sandersville  
    Enumerated 7 July 1860 by W. G. Robson, Asst. Marshal;  Roll: M653-140
    LN 38-40 & 1-9,  HN 698,  FN 678,  Page: 250-251;  Image: 0251-0252
    ===================================
    Daniel.......Sampson....45...M...W...Farmer....................$3,000...$26,000...GA
    Daniel.......Mary.........37...F....W.............................................................GA
    Daniel.......Joseph R...15...M...W.............................................................GA
    Daniel.......Sarah T.....12...F....W.............................................................GA...Sch
    Daniel.......Mary A.....10...F....W.............................................................GA...Sch
    Daniel.......Charlie E....7...M...W.............................................................GA...Sch
    Daniel.......Jasper N.....5...M...W............................................................GA...Sch
    Daniel.......Ann E.........3...F....W............................................................GA
    Mason.......James D...14...M...W...................................$---...$5,000.......GA...Sch
    Whitaker...Nathan T...31...M...W...Oversseer on farm....$---...$---...........GA
    Boon........Alfred C.....50...M...W...Mechanic.................$---...$---...........GA
    Garnett.....Herbert E...23...M...W..................................$---...$---...........GA

    Living next door in household 699, family 679, were Elizabeth Daniel, widow of Silas Lee Daniel (Sampson's deceased brother) and her two children, Mary, age 5, and William, age 2.
    2
  • Event: Court 25 Jul 1860 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following Legal Notice appeared in the local newspaper on Jul 25, 1860:

    "Washington County: Sampson Daniel and Mary J. Gilbert file for discharge from the estate of Drury Gilbert, deceased."
    30
  • Event: Court 3 Oct 1866 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    The following Legal Notice appeared in the local newspaper on Oct 3, 1866:

    "Washington County: Sampson Daniel files to sell property of Richard Smith, deceased.  Land adjoins John R. Tucker, and estates of Micahah Bland and Joseph E. Smith."
    31
  • Event: Census Report 1870 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    Census Yr: 1870;  Territory: GA;  County: Washington;  Div: Oconee;  Reel: M593-182;  Page: 163A
    Reference: Enumerated 15th June, 1870 by Henry A. Cates;    LN 32-39;    HN 10;    FN 8
    ==========================================================================
    Daniels Sampson         54    M    W Farmer 2,500 1,200 GA           
    Daniels Mary              35     F    W Keeping House GA
    Daniels Sarah T.         21    F     W No occupation GA
    Daniels Charles E.      17   M     W Works at home GA
    Daniels Jasper N.        14   M     W Attending School GA
    Daniels Anne E.         12   F      W Attending School GA
    Daniels Essie                7   F      W GA
    Daniels Effie                7   F      W GA
    32
  • Event: Court September Term, 1879 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note: Sampson Daniel served on the Superior Court Grand Jury for the September 1879 Term in Washington County, Georgia. 33
  • Event: Census Report 1880 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    State: Georgia;  County: Washington;  Town: McBrides 88th Dist.;  Date: Jun 8, 1880; 
    Enumeration Dist:  123    Enumerator: James F. Smith;  Roll: T9-170;  FHS Film: 1254170;  Image: 0564
    LN 34-38;   HN 18;     FN 18;    Page: 181B
    ==============================================================================
    Danniel [sic] Sampson      W     M     64 Head Farmer GA      GA      GA
       Jasper N      W     M     25 Son Laborer GA      GA      GA
       Lizzie         W     F       22 Dau Keeping house GA      GA      GA
       Etta            W     F      17 Dau GA      GA      GA
       Evah           W     F      17 Dau GA      GA      GA
    4
  • Event: Obituary 17 Sep 1885 Washington County, Georgia
  • Note:
    From: Sandersville (GA) Herald on Sep 17, 1885 (page 2, Col. 2).  Reprinted in the Dublin (GA) Post on Sep 23, 1885:

       A Good Man Gone

       Washington County is called to mourn the loss of one of her best citizens, Judge Sampson Daniel, who died on Friday last, over seventy years of age.  Born and reared in this county, he has passed his three score and ten within its limits in such a way as worthily to win and wear that which is rather to be chosen than great riches—a good name.

       Of the dead we are wisely admonished to say nothing unless it is good, but of this man nothing but good was said while living.

       From a countenance marked with intelligence, kindness of heart and native benevolence shown out so brightly that he irresistibly, and yet unconsciously, attracted and won the hearts of all.  His readiness to respond to calls of duty, and his fidelity to trust were seen in his prompt and faithful service as a member of the County Board of Education, and often as a member of the grand inquest of the county, even after weighed down by the infirmities of old age.  But best of all Judge Daniel was an humble, devout Christian, whose sincerity none doubted.  But now life's duties are done, and he rests from his labors.

       For some months he had been declining, but about ten days before his death he had a second stroke of paralysis, which confined him to his bed and finally caused his death.  This afflicted family have the sincere sympathy of many sorrowing friends in their loss.  Truly a good man leaveth an inheritance — Sandersville Herald..
    14
  • Event: Burial Site
  • Note: The burial locations for Sampson Daniel and his wife, Mary (Smith) Daniel, were recorded by Mrs. Kathleen F. Childs of Omaha, Georgia cir 1930-1940 by copying down the tombstone inscriptions.  The tombstones have since disappeared.  May have fallen over and are now covered by dirt and grass. 5
  • Change Date: 16 Oct 2011 at 19:58
  • Note: (Medical):See attached sources. 14



    Father: Joseph DANIEL b: 9 May 1788 in Washington County, Georgia
    Mother: Temperance Ann "Tempe" LEE b: 21 Feb 1789 in Sampson County, North Carolina

    Marriage 1 Mary SMITH b: 5 Mar 1822 in Washington County, Georgia
    • Married: 7 Feb 1844 in Washington County, Georgia 34 35 36
    • Marriage License: 6 Feb 1844 in Washington County, Georgia
    • Note: The license was issued Feb 6, 1844, and the marriage was performed the following day by Samuel Robinson, JIC.  Recorded in Marriage Book A, page 166. 36
    • Event: The Macon Georgia Telegraph Marriage Announcement 20 Feb 1844 in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia
    • Note:

      MARRIED


      "...In Washington County on the 8th inst. by Gen. Robinson, Mr. SAMPSON DANIEL to Miss MARY SMITH...."
      37
    • Change Date: 27 Feb 2008
    Children
    1. Has No Children Joseph Richard DANIEL b: 13 Dec 1844 in Washington County, Georgia
    2. Has No Children Sarah T. "Sallie" DANIEL b: 1847 in Washington County, Georgia
    3. Has No Children Mary A. DANIEL b: 1850 in Washington County, Georgia
    4. Has Children Charles Elton DANIEL b: 30 Nov 1852 in Washington County, Georgia
    5. Has Children Jasper N. DANIEL b: 18 May 1855 in Washington County, Georgia
    6. Has No Children Ann Elizabeth "Lizzie" DANIEL b: 1857 in Washington County, Georgia
    7. Has No Children Etta DANIEL b: 21 Mar 1862 in Washington County, Georgia
    8. Has Children Eva DANIEL b: 21 Mar 1862 in Washington County, Georgia

    Sources:
    1. Title: 1850 Washington County, Georgia Census
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1850
      Date: 10 Mar 2001
      Page: House #811, Family #811, p 513
    2. Title: 1860 Washington County, Georgia, Census
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1860
      Page: LN 38-40 & 1-9,  HN 698,  FN 678,  Page: 250-251
    3. Title: 1870 Washington County, Georgia Census
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1870
      Page: House #10, Family # 8, p 1
    4. Title: 1880 Washington County, Georgia Census
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1880
      Date: 26 May 2004
      Page: http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=View&r=an&dbid=6742&iid=GAT9_170-0562
    5. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Tombstone Inscriptions
      Author: Newsom, Elizabeth Pritchard, Compiler
      Publication: primary source] Sandersville, Georgia: the Author, 1967 (221 pages)
      Date: 17 Jun 2001
    6. Title: "Will of Joseph Daniel," dated Mar 1, 1847. Washington County, Georgia Estate Papers [on file at the Georgia Department of Archives & History. No probate date shown], Silas L. Daniel and John F. Mason appointed executors.]
      Author: Daniel, Joseph
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia: 1847
      Date: 3 Jan 2003
      Text: "The early settlers of this county suffered much from Indian depredations.  The following particulars were derived from old newspapers loaned to the compiler by Mr. Ralston, of Macon:
         29th March, 1788—The Indians killed and scalped Lieutenant Hogan, near Kemp's Fort.  On Friday after, Mr. Daniell [John Daniel] met with the same cruel death; and shortly afterwards they killed Mr. David Jackson's family, consisting of his wife and four children, his brother and two negroes."
    7. Title: DAR Application #165427 dated Apr 16, 1921 [approved Nov 7, 1921]
      Author: Smith, Isabel Daniel
      Publication: [primary and secondary source] Savannah, Georgia: 1921
      Date: 17 Jun 2001
    8. Title: Joseph Daniel Family Bible Pages
      Author: Daniel, Joseph and Temperance Ann (Lee) Daniel and Descendants
      Publication: [primary source] Washington County, Georgia
      Date: 15 Oct 2003
      Note:
      [A transcription of the Bible pages is in the possession of Diane Carrington Bradford, 3rd great granddaughter of Joseph Daniel and Temperance Ann (Lee) Daniel.  The actual Bible was in the possession of Mrs. J. W. Daniel of Jacksonville, Florida when she had blueprint copies made of the information on the family record pages on Nov 10, 1959.]
    9. Title: Mason Family Research Files
      Author: Mason, Alice, Compiler
      Publication: [primary and secondary source] amason@tntech.edu
    10. Title: Descendants of Dr. Benjamin Darius Smith
      Author: Smith, DeSaussure Dugas, III "Dess", Compiler/Editor
      Publication: [primary and secondary source] Georgia, 2000 dess@jazz.cybermedia.net GEDCOM file (imported 9-18-2000) received from Dess Smith as an attachment to e-mail message dated 9-11-2000 to Diane Carrington Bradford.
      Date: 18 Sep 2000
      Note:
      DeSaussure Dugas Smith, III  "Dess" is a direct descendant of Dr. Benjamin Darius Smith and through him of Colby Smith of early Washington County, Georgia.
      Page: GEDCOM from Dess Smith
    11. Title: 1820 Washington County. Georgia Census [Online]
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1820. [Ancestry.com electronic database: images of original documents]
      Date: 10 Mar 2001
      Page: Roll M33_9;  Image: 0230;  Line: 6;  Page: 137
    12. Title: 1830 Washington County, Georgia Census [Online]
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1830.[Ancestry.com electronic database: images of original documents]
      Date: 10 Mar 2001
      Page: Roll: M19_21;  Image: 0489-0490;  Line: 16;  Page: 247A&B
    13. Title: 1840 Washington County, Georgia Census [Online]
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1840. [Ancestry.com electronic database: images of original documents]
      Date: 10 Mar 2001
      Page: Roll: M704_53;  Image: 0157-0158;  Line: 11;  Page: 224A&B
    14. Title: "A Good Man Gone," Obituary Column, Sandersville (GA) Herald (page 2 col 2)
      Publication: [primary source] Reprinted in the Dublin (GA) Post on Sep 23, 1885
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
    15. Title: 1850 Washington County, Georgia Census
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1850
      Date: 10 Mar 2001
      Page: LN 5, HN 811, FN 811, p 513
    16. Title: 1850 Washington County, Georgia Census
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1850
      Date: 10 Mar 2001
      Page: Schedule 2, Slave Schedule.  LN 40-42, left column, & LN 1-2, right column; Page: 568;  Image: 0302;  Roll: M432-96
    17. Title: 1850 Washington County, Georgia Census
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1850
      Date: 10 Mar 2001
      Page: Schedule 2, Slave Schedule.  LN 15-22, right column,  Page: 645;  Image: 0341;  Roll: M432-96
    18. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, p 5
    19. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, p 12
    20. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, p 13
    21. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, article dated Jan 4, 1855, p 77
    22. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866,Legal Notice dated Jul 2, 1857, p 146
    23. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866,Legal Notice dated Oct 8, 1857, p 154
    24. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, article dated Oct 27, 1858, p 185
    25. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I, 1852-1866, Legal Notice dated Nov 3, 1858, p 186
    26. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, Legal Notice dated Nov 3, 1858, p 186
    27. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, Legal Notice dated Oct 26, 1859, p 216
    28. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, Legal Notice dated Jan 25, 1860, p 224
    29. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, Legal Notice dated Feb 15, 1860, p 226
    30. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, Legal Notice dated Jul 25, 1860, p 240
    31. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. I 1852-1866
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, Georgia: Tad Evans, Publisher, Feb 17, 1994
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
      Page: Vol I 1852-1866, notice dated Oct 3, 1866, p 373
    32. Title: 1870 Washington County, Georgia Census
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Georgia, 1870
      Page: HN10, FN 8, p 163A
    33. Title: Washington County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings Vol. II 1867-1880
      Author: Evans, Tad, Compiler
      Publication: [primary source] Savannah, GA: Tad Evans, Publisher, Apr 14, 1994
      Date: 11 Sep 2003
      Page: p 342
    34. Title: Washington County Marriages
      Publication: [primary source] Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia,1780-1850
      Date: 15 Aug 2001
    35. Title: Washington County Marriages 1824-1857 A to Z [Online]
      Author: Hudson, Mrs. Pamela D. Ackman, Transcriber
      Publication: [primary source] Database information printed Oct 27, 2002, from the Washington County, Georgia Genealogy Web Page ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/washington/vitals/marriages/1824.txt
      Date: 27 Oct 2002
      Text: "The early settlers of this county suffered much from Indian depredations.  The following particulars were derived from old newspapers loaned to the compiler by Mr. Ralston, of Macon:
         29th March, 1788—The Indians killed and scalped Lieutenant Hogan, near Kemp's Fort.  On Friday after, Mr. Daniell [John Daniel] met with the same cruel death; and shortly afterwards they killed Mr. David Jackson's family, consisting of his wife and four children, his brother and two negroes."
    36. Title: "Washington County Ordinary Marriages, Book A, 1828-1852," article by Mary-Helen Sears Foxx, Transcriber, published in the Georgia Genalogical Magazine, Vol. 28, No. 3 (Issue 109), Summer 1988, pp 200-20.
      Author: Lucas, The Rev. Silas Emmett, Jr., Editor/Owner
      Publication: [primary source] , Easley, SC: Published quarterly. Original data from Ordinary's Office, Washington County Courthouse, Sandersville, Georgia.
      Date: 10 Dec 2004
      Note:
      [20-page article containing transcribed license and marriage dates from Washington County Ordinary Court records arranged marriage book and by date the license was issued, and included groom name, bride name, and name of person who performed the ceremony (copy in possession of Diane Carrington Bradford).]
      Page: p 212
    37. Title: "MARRIED" column, The Macon Georgia Telegraph
      Publication: [primary source] Macon, Georgia: 20 Feb 1844 GenealogyBank.com electronic database: images of original newspaper pages. URL: (http://www.genealogybank.com)
      Date: 27 Feb 2008
      Page: p 3
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