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    INDEX

BIRD, T. J.

DUNSON, Lidda

EASON, John

GRUBBS, Ashford

HAND, Archibald Milliner

KENNEDY, James H.

PARKER, Jonathan
PARKER, Robert

RUNELS, Family

TYREE, Joseph Daniel
TYREE, Minerva

WOODWARD, Thomas Henry
WYNENS, Elizabeth J. Darby



BIRD, T. J.
Looking for Information on T. J. Bird. He was on 1900 census living in Enon Grove. He was 91 years old and living with son James and Family, Looking for any info. on him.
Mary Jackson   9-3-2005

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DUNSON, Lidda
I would like to find the Dunson's of Heard Co. Lidda Dunson was the daughter of a Richard Dunson and Liza ? (could be Hawk, Veal, Zachary/Zachry, Lane) they would connect with the Isham J. and Barbara Miller Daniel family from Heard Co., Rufus Daniel/s (Isham J and Barbara's son) married her in OK in 1896, (but she was born in FL says the 1880 census for Heard Co. 1880 has Lidda as 5 months(this would go with my lydia-ggrandmother) this is a black and mu. family I'm looking for. I don't have a web site, there are too many unanswered questions. My Daniel family has been in Heard County since about 1840 or 50 and many should still be there.
Kathy Emerson Thompson   5-25-2005

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EASON, John
He was found living with his wife's parents Louis Borders in Heard County, 1860.
John Eason
Nancy (Borders) Eason
children: Erastus Eason
James Eason
Nancy died following child birth, with James. The children were left with an aunt, Lucinda (Pope) Eason, also found in Heard County, and John Eason supposedly joined the war from Heard County. But I cannot find any further trace of where he ended up or where he came from. The census says he was born in Georgia, but not sure where or who his parents were. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank You,
Ronald Eason   8-10-2002

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GRUBBS, Ashford
I have a great-great-uncle and his family living in Heard County, GA in 1850
Page 46 417 434 Grubbs, Ashford 34 M W Tailor 580 SC
Grubbs, Elizabeth 48 F W
Grubbs, Sarah A 15 F W GA
By 1860 His wife has died and he has remarried. Have not found any records of his daughter Sarah marrying but that does not mean she wasn't. She was not with him and his new family in Shelby County, Alabama in 1860. Ashford Grubbs died after 1870 and before 1900 in Desoto County, Lousiana.
Grace Woodruff   11-04-2008

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HAND, Archibald Milliner
Archibald Milliner Hand Born 1822 in South Carolina He lived and probably died in Heard Co.,Ga. and buried in or surrounding areas of Heard County, Ga. Martha C. Pore Hand Born 1828 in Florida Wife of Archibald Milliner Hand.
Lisa Wells Williamson   6-30-2009

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KENNEDY, James H.
James H. KENNEDY b. Dec 05, 1816 Elbert Co. GA. On 1850 HEARD CO. CENSUS - 14th District with wife Mary age 30, Priscilla Dustus 08 yrs; Elizabeth 06, John 04, Martha 03, Nancy 01. Family moved to Alabama by 1860 Census. Some sources say name of mother was Martha - born abt 1798 GA. Need Fathers name and other info.
Janet Henderson   1-22-2005

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PARKER, Jonathan
I am looking for information on the origins and family of Jonathan Parker (abt. 1807 NC) who married Eunice “Nicy” Smith (abt. 1818 GA). The PARKERS were in Talladega Co. AL in 1850 and in Franklin, Heard Co. GA in 1860 and 1870. Children were: Isham, Emaline, Mary A.E., William Hamilton ( “Sam”?), Floyd, John Jacob, Amanda, Willis ( “Sam”?), Nicie Ann Susan, James, and Nancy Clementine. My g-grandmother was Frances Emaline Parker (1835-1936) who married John W. Wright. They were in Franklin, Heard Co. GA in 1860 and later migrated to Clay Co. AL. We have no PARKER information prior to 1850. We have been able to trace several of the children but are missing information on others. I am also interested in the youngsters, Jane and Henry SMITH and Thomas RAY who were in the PARKER home in 1870. I believe that Jane and Henry were siblings of Nancy Smith Parker, wife of Floyd, and that their father, Willis SMITH, might have been a brother to Eunice “Nicy” Smith Parker. I have no clue as to the identity of Thomas RAY (age 10 in 1870).
Ellie Smith   2-1-2010

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PARKER, Robert
I am researching Robert Parker & Malinda Hearn Parker who lived in Heard Co, GA from 1844 until ? Robert was killed in 1849-1850 in Heard Co. After his death I found his wife in Randolf Co, Ala. Any Information on this family would be appreciated. They had four children, but were not on any Census. Thanks.
Edith Lenzi   12-6-2004

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RUNELS Family
I am looking for the parents of: Thomas Jefferson Runels born 1861 died 1933 burial place unknown. James Melvin Runels born 1865 died 1947. burial is at Red Oak Cemetery in Heard County, Ga. William Jackson Runels born 1867 died 1937 in Troup County, Ga. He is buried at Red Oak Cemetery in Heard County with his wife, Nancy Ellen Fincher Runels. William Jackson was my Grand father. I was told that he was part Indian, lived at some time in LaGrange, Ga. He and Nancy were the parents of Gilbert, Melvin, Ollie, Evie, Mitchie and Aaron Runels. My sister and I are searching trying to find out who the parents were of these three boys, where were they born? Any information will be greatly appreciated.
Elizabeth Runels Stephens   8-30-2012

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TYREE, Joseph Daniel
I am looking for information on Joseph Daniel Tyree born in Georgia in the 1840s
Larry Tyree   4-5-2013

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TYREE, Minerva
Seeking information on Minerva Tyree who is found in the Heard, GA 1850census with her three year old son Joseph. They are listed with the Seaborn J. and Rebecca Kolb Scoggins family. That Scoggins family and Minerva and Joseph were in the 1860 Calhoun, AL census page 701 and the 1870 Calhoun, AL census page 568. I have a lot of information on William M. Tyree/Tyre/Tire/Ture and his wife Temperence Whatley. The Tyree family are still in Heard County, GA today. Thanks.
Sandra L. Ballard   5-2002

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WOODWARD, Thomas Henry
Woodards lived in Heard Co in 1843. Thomas Henry was my great grandpa. My mother was a Woodard. Any help.
Clarence Worrell   5-23-2005

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WYNENS, Elizabeth J. Darby (Wynens)
I am searching the Wynens/Harpers in Heard County and am unable to find the parents of Elizabeth J Darby (Wynens). Eliz. married Andrew Wynens and supposedly they came in from N. C.. I was able to trace the Wynens back to mother margaret last living in Jasper County, Ga. but have been unable to find anything on Eliz. J Darby. There are hundreds of Elizabeth Darby's but not our Elizabeth Darby. She was my g.g. grandmother. Please let me know if you find anything. Her bithdate was 1835 and death 1901 in Heard County. Strange!!! Thanks, Mary
Mary Costley   9-17-2011

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