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201 1880 Census
Robert A. HARDEE...Self...M...Male......W...29...GA...Clerk In Store.....GA...GA
Mollie V. HARDEE... Wife..M...Female..W...27...GA...Keeping House..GA...GA
Mary E. HARDEE......Dau...S... Female..W..04...GA...At Home..............GA...GA
Stewart R. HARDEE..Son...S....Male......W..02...GA...At Home..............GA....GA

Census Place: Griffin, Spalding, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254165
NA Film Number T9-0165
Page Number 376D

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"The entire city was shocked Thursday to hear of the death of Robert A. Hardee, which occurred at his home Thursday morning between five and o'clock after an illness of only one day, his death being the result of heart failure. He was 42 years of age, was born in Montezuma, where he lived until he came to this city about the year 1873, and went into business with his brother-in-law, J. P. Rosser, where he remained for several years...A member of the Odd Fellows and the Red Men and the Stonewall Fire Co. In 1876 he married Miss M. V. Dickinson, a sister of Mrs. J. D. Stewart and J. F. Dickinson, and she survives him together with four children, two boys and two girls...He had a life insurance policy of $1000." The Griffin Weekly News and Sun, January 20, 1893, reproduced at Fred R. Hartz and Emilie K. Hartz, Marriage and Death Notices From the Griffin (Georgia) Weekly News and The Griffin Weekly News and Sun, 1882-1896 (Vidalia, Georgia: The Gwendolyn Press), 241-242.

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Subj: Robert A. Hardee
Date: 1/17/2003 4:22:58 PM Central Standard Time
From: drdawg@mindspring.com

Dear John,

My name is Rod Hardee and I live in Roswell, Ga. I recently started working on a family genealogy and while searching on the web I found a file you contributed from the Griffin Weekly News about Robert A. Hardee. Robert A. Hardee was my great-grandfather. His wife was Mollie V. Dickinson. My grandfather, John Nall Hardee, was one of their sons. My father was Roswell Nall Hardee. He was born and lived his early years in Griffin before moving to East Point, Ga. John Nall Hardee married Lillian Estine Dickinson from Douglasville, Ga. They were first cousins I believe - explains alot of my family's behavior according to my wife.

I went to Griffin a few weeks ago and visited the family lot where my grandmother and grandfather are buried at the Oak Hill Cemetery. I also visited the Dickinson lot while there and noted some information on the markers. If any of this information is of use to you I will be glad to send it.

If you have any information you would be willing to share I would be most grateful, especially as if regards Robert Hardee and any of his ancestors. I am stuck!

Thanks,
-Rod
770 475-2686  
Hardee, Robert A. (I0612)
 
202 1880 Census
Place Court House, Baldwin, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254001
NA Film Number T9-0001
Page Number 192C

Red B. BRYARS Self M Male W 27 AL Turpentine Manfr. AL AL
Julia BRYARS Wife M Female W 25 AL Keeping Hou
Mary BRYARS Dau S Female W 2 AL SC AL
Roland BRYARS Son S Male W 3M AL SC AL
Fred S. BRYARS Brother S Male W 20 AL Clerk In Store SC AL
James WALLACE Other S Male W 73 PA Physician PA PA
 
Bryars, Red Berry (I0695)
 
203 1880 Census
Place Jack Spring, Escambia, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254012
NA Film Number T9-0012
Page Number 224C

Thomas HADLEY Self M Male W 46 AL Farmer AL SC
Isabella HADLEY Wife M Female W 44 AL AL AL
Ziamer HADLEY Dau S Female W 19 FL AL AL
Laura HADLEY Dau S Female W 17 AL AL AL
Zunfer HADLEY Dau S Female W 15 FL AL AL
Fred HADLEY Son S Male W 13 AL AL AL
John HADLEY Son S Male W 8 AL AL AL
Ella HADLEY Dau S Female W 10 AL AL AL
Jessee HADLEY Son S Male W 7 AL AL AL
James HADLEY Son S Male W 8M AL AL AL
July HADLEY Dau S Female W 5 FL AL AL
Elizabeth HADLEY Dau S Female W 3 FL AL AL  
Hadley, Thomas Joseph (I0837)
 
204 1880 Census
Place Stockton, Baldwin, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254001
NA Film Number T9-0001
Page Number 164A

Sarah BRYARS Self W Female W 69 AL Farmer --- ---
Reese BRYARS Other S Male W 40 AL Works On Farm AL AL
James BRYARS Other S Male W 32 AL Works On Farm AL AL
Rufus BRYARS Other S Male W 30 AL Works On Farm AL AL
Thomas BRYARS Other S Male W 28 AL Works On Fa 
Smith, Sarah (I0652)
 
205 1880 Census Place
Stockton, Baldwin, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254001
NA Film Number T9-0001
Page Number 164A

Emma MCCONNELL Self W Female W 30 AL School Teacher AL AL
Bengimon MCCONNELL Son S Male W 10 AL AL AL
Charley MCCONNELL Son S Male W 8 AL AL AL  
Bryars, Emma (I0694)
 
206 1880 Census Place District 646, Coweta, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254142
NA Film Number T9-0142
Page Number 590C

Robert ORR Self M Male W 67 GA Farmer GA GA
Elmira ORR Wife M Female W 59 GA Keeping House GA GA
Emma L. ORR Other S Female W 18 GA At Home GA GA
Thomas KIRBY Other S Male B 12 GA Servant GA GA
Lewis ORR Other Male B 15 GA Servant GA GA
Mary FINLEY Other S Female B 5 GA Servant GA GA  
Orr, Robert (I2489)
 
207 1880 Census Place District 693, Coweta, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254142
NA Film Number T9-0142
Page Number 554D

Asbury H. ARNOLD Self M Male W 32 GA Farmer GA SC
Ellen A ARNOLD Wife M Female W 30 GA Keeping House GA GA
Arthur W. ARNOLD Son S Male W 7 GA At Home GA GA
Jesse ARNOLD Son S Male W 4 GA At Home GA GA
Bennie ARNOLD Son S Male W 1 GA At Home GA GA
Barbary HILL Other M Female MU 45 GA Serva
Trusty SMITH Other M Male MU 26 GA Servant GA GA
Anthony NANCE Other S Male B 20 GA Servant GA GA
John NANCE Other S Male B 16 GA Servant GA GA  
Arnold, Asbury Hull (I1165)
 
208 1880 Census Place District 755, Coweta, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254142
NA Film Number T9-0142
Page Number 623A

Watkins ORR Self W Male W 58 GA Farmer NC GA
Susan A. ORR Dau S Female W 19 GA GA GA
Nicolorus T. ORR Son S Male W 17 GA Farmer GA GA
John W. ORR Son S Male W 15 GA Farmhand GA GA
Charles G.R ORR Son S Male W 10 GA Farmhand GA GA  
Orr, Watkins (I0824)
 
209 1880 Census Place Grantville, Coweta, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254142
NA Film Number T9-0142
Page Number 529C

Bengaman T. SIMS Self M Male W 62 GA Farmer SC GA
Elizabeth P. SIMS Wife M Female W 43 GA Keeping House GA GA
Donesia D. SIMS Dau S Female W 14 GA GA GA
John B. SIMS Son S Male W 11 GA At School GA GA
Henry SIMS Son S Male W 8 GA At School GA GA
Clark A. SIMS Son S Male W 5 GA GA GA
William P. SIMS Son S Male W 9M GA GA GA
Comfort M. SIMS Mother W Female W 82 GA MD MD
Almina JACKSON Other D Female B 25 GA Cook GA GA
George BEAZLEY Other D Male B 24 GA Farm Labor
Nebo GETER Other S Male B 10 GA Nurse GA GA

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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~speedo/simms/d6.htm#i3696
 
Simms, Benjamin Thomas (I0709)
 
210 1880 Census Place Newnan, Coweta, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254142
NA Film Number T9-0142
Page Number 571B

William B. ORR Self M Male W 41 GA General Merchant GA GA
Mary D. ORR Wife M Female W 35 GA Keeping House SC GA
Mira L. ORR Dau S Female W 13 GA At School GA GA
Robert B. ORR Son S Male W 11 GA At School GA GA
William B. ORR Son S Male W 9 GA GA GA
Bessie G. ORR Dau S Female W 7 GA GA GA
Rhoda WILLCOXON Other S Female B 30 GA Servant GA GA
Millard HORDEN Other S Male B 23 GA Servant GA GA
 
Orr, William Benjamin (I1271)
 
211 1880 Federal Census
Census Place Perdido, Baldwin, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254001
NA Film Number T9-0001
Page Number 158D


Wesley J. BRYARS Self M Male W 29 AL Farmer --- ---
Ellen BRYARS Wife M Female W 28 AL Keeping House --- ---
John W. BRYARS Son S Male W 7 AL AL AL
Ida E. BRYARS Dau S Female W 6 AL AL AL
James A. BRYARS Son S Male W 4 AL AL AL
Thomas B. BRYARS Son S Male W 2 AL AL AL  
Bryars, Wesley Julian (I0683)
 
212 1880 Federal Census
Pike County, Georgia
545 District
Enumeration District 103
Page 3
06/01/1880

The Pike County Journal.
Zebulon, Georgia,
June 21, 1895

John L. Jackson Dead

J. L. Jackson is no more. He died at his home near Williamson, Ga., on the night of the 17th inst. More than a year ago he contracted a cold that developed into consumption. He gradually grew worse until the end came. He was a member of the Methodist church for years and for most of the time held official position. Before his health gave way he was a successful worker in the church and he was always at his place. Just a few days before he died he walked a mile and a half to church and took some part in the public service. He exhorted the brethren on that occasion to good works. His soul was all on fire with zeal for his master's cause, and he desired to stir the brethren to greater diligence. On the morning of the 17th instant he told his pastor that he was ready to die. He met death bravely and died like a conqueror. His funeral was preached by the pastor at his home to a large concourse of people at 3 o'clock the 18th instant and he was laid to rest in the family grave yard to await the resurrection morning. J. L. Jackson had an eventful life. He started out financially strong; but the tide turned and in the latter years of his life he was financially pressed. He made some mistakes of which he often spoke greatly regretted. His mistakes were of the head but not of the heart. His wife and all his children, save a daughter were taken from him by the cruel hand of death. His wife and two children several years ago, and a daughter last fall. He and his daughter Lucia were left all alone. He never murmured in all this, nor charged God foolishly. He bowed and kissed the hand that held the rod and said: "Not my will, but thine be done." He trusted in Him who said "Let not your heart be troubled; ye believe in God, believe also in me." His suffering time is over, his work is done, God has called him home and no doubt has said well done! enter thy masters joy. We tender our sympathy to the daughter left alone in the world. The good lord will care for the orphan. 
Jackson, John L. (I0310)
 
213 1880 Federal Census
Source Information:
Census Place Stockton, Baldwin, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254001
NA Film Number T9-0001
Page Number 164A

John BRYARS Self M Male W 35 AL Farmer AL AL
Almo BRYARS Wife M Female W 30 AL Keeping House AL AL
Virginna BRYARS Dau S Female W 1 AL AL AL  
Bryars, John Augustus (I0657)
 
214 1880 Federal Census
Place Canoe, Escambia, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254012
NA Film Number T9-0012
Page Number 248A  
Miles, Burgess (I0468)
 
215 1880 Federal Census
Place District 540, Pike, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254161
NA Film Number T9-0161
Page Number 85A

William H. BOLTON Self M Male W 27 GA Farming GA GA
Lourena BOLTON Wife M Female W 25 GA Keeping House GA GA
Walter BOLTON Son S Male W 2 GA GA GA
Herbert BOLTON Son S Male W 5M GA GA GA
Mary A. PORDUE MotherL W Female W 62 GA GA GA
 
Bolton, William Hardaway (I0221)
 
216 1880 Federal Census
Place District 540, Pike, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254161
NA Film Number T9-0161
Page Number 87A

James S. BOLTON Self M Male W 30 GA Farming SC GA
Sarah BOLTON Wife M Female W 26 GA Keeping House GA GA
Eva M. BOLTON Dau S Female W 5 GA GA GA
John L. BOLTON Son S Male W 1 GA GA GA
Nancy A. LEE MotherL W Female W 55 GA Assist.About House GA GA
Nancy A. LEE SisterL S Female W 20 GA GA GA
Martha ONEAL Other S Female B 19 GA Farm Laborer GA GA
 
Bolton, James Samuel (I0219)
 
217 1880 Federal Census
Place District 540, Pike, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254161
NA Film Number T9-0161
Page Number 92D

Eliza BOLTON Self W Female W 50 GA Keeping Hou
Thomas BOLTON Son S Male W 21 GA Farm Laborer GA GA
Mary BOLTON Dau S Female W 13 GA GA GA
Lula BOLTON Dau S Female W 11 GA GA GA

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Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, First New Section, Lot 254, Griffin, Georgia.
 
Bolton, Alice Lula Josephine (I0053)
 
218 1880 Federal Census
Place District 551, Pike, Georgia
Family History Library Film 1254161
NA Film Number T9-0161
Page Number 58A

John W. BOLTON Self M Male W 28 GA Farmer SC GA
Virginia C. BOLTON Wife M Female W 25 GA Keeps House GA GA
Bessie BOLTON Dau S Female W 7M GA GA GA
 
Bolton, John Wesley (I0220)
 
219 1880 Federal Census
Place Pensacola, Escambia, Florida
Family History Library Film 1254127
NA Film Number T9-0127
Page Number 123D

Derias TANNER Self M Male W 46 FL Farming FL FL
Josey TANNER Wife M Female W 56 FL Housekeeping GA GA
G. W. TOLER Other S Male W 16 AL Laborer --- AL
V. D. WILLIAMS Other S Male W 32 FL Retail Grocer GA FL

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1900 Federal Census
Precinct # 9
Bluff Springs, Escambia County, Florida
Sheet 9A
Page 177
06/20/1900 
Williams, Van Daniel (I0557)
 
220 1880 Federal Census
Place Stockton, Baldwin, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254001
NA Film Number T9-0001
Page Number 164A

Robert F. BRYARS Self M Male W 38 AL Farmer AL AL
Claudy BRYARS Wife M Female W 28 AL Keeping House AL AL
Rubin BRYARS Son S Male W 6 AL AL AL
Sarah BRYARS Dau S Female W 4 AL AL AL  
Bryars, Robert Franklin (I0656)
 
221 1880 Federal Census
Place Stockton, Baldwin, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254001
NA Film Number T9-0001
Page Number 164A

Sarah A. BRYARS Self W Female W 56 AL Farmer --- ---
Marian BRYARS Son Male W 32 AL Works At Turpentine AL AL
William BRYARS Son S Male W 26 AL Works At Turpentine AL AL
Elizabeth BRYARS Dau S Female W 18 AL AL AL
Annie BRYARS Dau S Female W 12 AL AL AL  
Fickling, Sarah Ann (I0689)
 
222 1891 on headstone. Franklin, Edward Sherman (I15937)
 
223 1900 Escambia County Census
Precinct #18
McDavid
06/07/1900
Sheet 3A
Page 171

1910 Escambia County Census
Precinct #18
McDavid
05/17/1910
Sheet 18B

Ella is not listed. Myrtle is listed with Johnson family. 
Johnson, Ella (I0498)
 
224 1900 on headstone. Franklin, Buell Henderson (I15939)
 
225 1910 Federal Census
Spalding County, Georgia
Griffin District 1001
Ward 4
Page 82B
Sheet 14
06/14/1900 
Stewart, Walter S (I0205)
 
226 1910 Federal Census
Spalding County, Georgia
Griffin District 1001
Ward 4
Sheet 912
06/13/1900
Image 48 
Dickinson, Mary Unis (I0070)
 
227 1940 Upshaw, James Bruce (I21086)
 
228 2 children.  Family F1296
 
229 2 children. Family F6607
 
230 2 children? Family F3552
 
231 2,200 acres of land owned, of which 200 was improved; 7 horses; 12 asses or mules; 90 milk cows; 10 working oxen; 150 other cattle; 22 sheep; 75 swine; 4000 bushels of corn. Barlow, Capt. Thaddeus C (I10238)
 
232 20 Dec 1827, Mrs. Mary Bryars appears in court as the administrator of the estate of Lazarus J. Bryars. Orphans Court Book, Baldwin County, Alabama, page 44. Bryars, Lazarus John (I0642)
 
233 21st year of Edward I. de Harcourt, Sir Richard (I11490)
 
234 25 slaves enumerated on schedule McDonald, Andrew Jackson (I6138)
 
235 25th April 1795. RICHARD HAMLIN of Hancock County to JOEL DICKINSON of the same place for the sum of one hundred and fourteen pounds for a tract of land containing one hundred and eighty two and a half acres in Greene County on the waters of the Beaverdam of Ogeechee and adjoining WILLIAMSON's line and by IGNATIUS FEW's line. Wit: Hen. Graybill, J.P., and B. Rutland. Reg: 1st October 1801.

Abstract at Helen and Tim Marsh, compilers, Land Deed Genealogy of Hancock County, Georgia (Greenville, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press 1997), p. 269. Deed Book E, p. 273.

 
Dickinson, Joel Putnam (I0075)
 
236 3 children: Bertrand II; Guillaume II; and Alix. Family F3484
 
237 3 children: Guillem Ramon; Bernat Berenguer; FNU de Barcelona. Family F5668
 
238 4 children Family F6395
 
239 4 children were born of this union, only one of whom was alive in 1900. Family F0287
 
240 4 children who did not survive into adulthood. Family F2617
 
241 4 Dec 1858 Trammell, May Agatha (I4811)
 
242 43 slaves Hanson, Thomas Kendrick (I0978)
 
243 5 children Family F4367
 
244 5 children were produced by this union. Family F2961
 
245 5 Dec Ealhswith (I11256)
 
246 5 Mar de Roucy, Ermentrude (I13178)
 
247 50 acres real property improved and 70 acres unimproved, valued at $300.00; Farming implements valued at $100.00; no horses; 3 asses and mules; 5 milk cows; no oxen; 9 other cattle; 11 sheep; 20 swine; stock valued at $305.00; no bushels of wheat; no bushels of rye; 350 bushels of indian corn; no bushels of oats; no pounds of rice; and no pounds of tobacco. Reeves, Richard (I18233)
 
248 78. Beall- Referring to query No. 85, Constitution of June 30th, it is much to be regretted that more complete family records have not been kept. I am a grandson of GENERAL FREDERICK BEALL. I have been keeping a record of his branch of the family, and for thirty years, or longer have made notes of such information relating to other branches as fell in my way, but have nothing relating to the descendants of Josiah Beall, or of any Beall who married a Miss Cotton. My information is that a sister of Josiah, who was my grandfather's brother, married a Mr. Cotton, but my information may be at fault. I think, however, that the fact is in the knowledge of a sister of mine, and I will at once write to ascertain. I have other correspondents who may be able to give light on the subject of the query. I presume the person desiring information has already traced the line back. If he (or she) has, I would be glad to know whether he has followed it farther than I have been able to do- that is, to Thaddeus Beall, my great grandfather.

From him the line runs thus:

Thaddeus Beall married his cousin, Jane Beall, a sister of Daniel, who married Martha Peyton. Thaddeus and Jane had Children:

Frederick (my grandfather, late of Campbell county, Ga.)
Thaddeus (late of Chambers county, Ala.)
Jerry (late of Milledgeville.)
Elias.
Samuel (late of Irwinton, Ga.)
Josiah.
Walter.
Amelia (Mrs. William Reese, of Putnam county, Ga.)
Lucy (Mrs. Cotton).
Maezah (Mrs. Thomas Dent).
Ama (Mrs. Watty Dent).

Frederick Beall married Martha Peyton Beall, his cousin, daughter of Daniel and Martha Peyton Beall. My father was General William Beall, of Carroll county. He has a cousin in Josiah who lived at Griffin, Ga., in antebellum days, and probably emigrated to Texas. He had also a brother of that name who emigrated to Denton county, Texas. If I can do anything in the way of assisting to obtain the information desired for those in whose behalf the query (No. 85) is published, you may command me.

Very respectfully,

John B. Beall.
Birmingham, Ala.
 
Beall, Gen. Frederick (I20863)
 
249 78. Beall- Referring to query No. 85, Constitution of June 30th, it is much to be regretted that more complete family records have not been kept. I am a grandson of General Frederick Beall. I have been keeping a record of his branch of the family, and for thirty years, or longer have made notes of such information relating to other branches as fell in my way, but have nothing relating to the descendants of Josiah Beall, or of any Beall who married a Miss Cotton. My information is that a sister of Josiah, who was my grandfather's brother, married a Mr. Cotton, but my information may be at fault. I think, however, that the fact is in the knowledge of a sister of mine, and I will at once write to ascertain. I have other correspondents who may be able to give light on the subject of the query. I presume the person desiring information has already traced the line back. If he (or she) has, I would be glad to know whether he has followed it farther than I have been able to do- that is, to THADDEUS BEALL, my great grandfather.

From him the line runs thus:

Thaddeus Beall married his cousin, Jane Beall, a sister of Daniel, who married Martha Peyton. Thaddeus and Jane had Children:

Frederick (my grandfather, late of Campbell county, Ga.)
Thaddeus (late of Chambers county, Ala.)
Jerry (late of Milledgeville.)
Elias.
Samuel (late of Irwinton, Ga.)
Josiah
Walter
Amelia (Mrs. William Reese, of Putnam county, Ga.)
Lucy (Mrs. Cotton).
Maezah (Mrs. Thomas Dent).
Ama (Mrs. Watty Dent).

Frederick Beall married Martha Peyton Beall, his cousin, daughter of Daniel and Martha Peyton Beall. My father was General William Beall, of Carroll county. He has a cousin in Josiah who lived at Griffin, Ga., in antebellum days, and probably emigrated to Texas. He had also a brother of that name who emigrated to Denton county, Texas. If I can do anything in the way of assisting to obtain the information desired for those in whose behalf the query (No. 85) is published, you may command me.

Very respectfully,

John B. Beall.
Birmingham, Ala. 
Beall, Thaddeus (I20831)
 
250 7th March 1798. ZACHARIAH LAMAR of Jefferson County to THOMAS COOPER of Hancock County for the sum of one hundred and seventy five dollars for a tract of land on the waters of the Shoulderbone containing forty five acres adjoining lands MOSES POWELL and OBADIAH RICHARDSON, and by JOEL DICKINSON. Wit: Richard Bonner, J.P. and Abram Borland and John Lucas. Reg: 9th July 1800.

Abstract at Helen and Tim Marsh, compilers, Land Deed Genealogy of Hancock County, Georgia (Greenville, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press 1997), p. 212. Deed Book D, pp. 392.

 
Dickinson, Joel Putnam (I0075)
 

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