Author: Dennis Partridge

Old School Cemetery, Washington, Georgia

Old School Cemetery is a historic African-American burial ground in Washington, Georgia. Old School Cemetery served as one of the primary resting places for Washington and Wilkes counties’ African-American population from at least the late nineteenth century through recent years.

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Early Tax list for Morgan County Georgia

This first Tax list of Morgan County, Georgia serves to record the Pioneers in that territory. It was compiled from the 1807 Baldwin County, Georgia Tax lists. Morgan County and Putnam County were formed from parts of Baldwin County. This exhibit includes names extracted from Microfilm reel 187/27 Georgia Archives (partial) Stephens’ 2nd Land Lottery District which is currently Baldwin and Putnam Counties.

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Descendants of James Park

James Park, born 1752, Prince Edward Co., Virginia. The first wife of James Park was Elizabeth Sankey. This marriage was in Virginia. There were 2 children from this marriage: Richard Sankey Park who married Nancy Walker and had...

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Joseph Moore Bible Pages

The Bible is in the hands of Jaca Mills near Ocala, Fl, dau of Lois Rawls, dau of Jaca Lillian Moore, dau of James Park Moore. Joseph Moore b. Dec 28, 1787 N.C. Martha Matilda Goss b. 7/12/1791 Ga. Married 1/19/1809 Greene Co....

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Joshua Cannon Family Bible

Joshua Cannon Bible bo.t of T. & J. Cunningham Greensboro, 11 Aug. 1829 Marriages Joshua Cannon and Elizabeth W. Harris was married June the 24th 1819 (Greene Co. Ga.) Jeptha H. Cannon and Catherine Roberts was married...

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William M. Brown Family Bible

Ezekiel Brown was born about 1769 and died in Harris Co. Va. about 1863. (Born Va. son of William and Sara in Greene Co. Ga.) He married Miss Elizabeth (Betsy) Merritt (Married 15 Dec. 1803 Greene Co. Ga. dtr of William Merritt...

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Descendants of Archibald Gresham 1753-1823

Archibald Gresham moved with his father to North Carolina (Orange Co.) as a child and was elected there to serve as Justice of Inferior Court. He was a revolutionary soldier and a resident of Georgia for 35 years. He served Greene County three times as a Legislator and 15 years as justice of the Inferior Court. He commanded a militia unit of the county during the War of 1812. He was a Baptist for 14 years and left a widow and 6 children when he died February 23, 1823 at his residence, which is about 7 miles outside Greensboro. He is buried in Oakland Cemetary. These are his descendants.

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Andrews – Barnett – Griffin Bible

The last know owner of this Bible was Mrs. Helen Griffin Steel of Locust Grove, GA. Nathan Barnett Departed this life the 4 day of April 1818 Elizabeth T. Johnson departed this life 22 day of Dec. 1830 Aged Nineteen years Six...

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