Daniel Edmund Jones, CSA, born between 1815-1825, married Eugenia King, of
Danielsville, Rhode Island, who was described as a "red-headed school teacher."
They had seven children but only three were mentioned in article in Macon County Life by David Fowler - Ezekial, Beura, Leonard.
The Book "Broken Fortunes-SC soldiers,
sailors & Citizens who died in the service of their country and state in the War for
Southern Independence 1861-1865" by Randolph W. Kirkland, Jr. has the following names people with the last names of JONES:
Unknown first name' Adam, Adam Crain; Adam C. Jr.; Andrew; Barrel, Bartholomew; Bartley;
Benjamin; Britton, Burrell, Cadwallader; Caleb; Charles, Daniel, David, David Jr.; Daniel, Edmund; Edward, Elijah, Ephriam, Evan, Francis, George,
Griffin, Hiram, Hugh, James, John, Jonathan Sr & Jr; Joseph, Joshua,
Malachi, Matthew, Marshall, Nathan, Nathaniel, Nicholas, Noble W., Peter,
Raymond, Rees, Reuben, Richard, Robert, Robison(Richard); Samuel, Simeon,
Thomas, Thomas Sr & Jr, Thomas C.; Vincent, William, William Sr & Jr,
William P., William Shepard, William Skipper, William T.; Wood.
Most likely units where he would enlist were the 64th Infantry Regiment, Co. B, formed
mostly from Bibb County, GA. in 1863 or the 1st Infantry Regiment Co. C formed in Houston
County, Ga., in 1861. There are numerous other Daniel Jones and even one Daniel E. Jones
of Campbell County (age six years on the 1850 Campbell County Census), but they are not
likely this subject. --Steve Scroggins
Children of Daniel Edmund Jones and Eugenia King are:
+5. Ezekial Jones, born about 1840, married Martha Jane Boddie , widow of Joseph
Hobbs, daughter of Allen Boddie on ? at ?. Martha Jane was the 2nd wife to Ezekial.
They had one son. Ezekial had previously married Frances ?, and married Cassa Barnes after Martha's death.
6. Beura Jones
7. Leonard Jones
Source: Guelda Hay
Ezekial Jones and Martha Jane Boddie had the following child:
+1. John J. Jones, M.G., b.12-Sep-1863, died 17-February-1930, married first Savannah
Rodgers - 3 children, married 2nd Nettie Poole - two children. R.N. McInvale
was admin. of his estate. Buried Little Bethel Baptist Church.
The Montezuma-Georgian - February 27, 1930REV. J. J. JONES BURIED AT BETHEL (by his son, Mr. Monroe Jones)
My father was 63 years of age and had been a resident of this [Macon] county all of his
life, had been a member of Little Bethel Freewill Baptist Church since his boyhood days
and was one of the leading ministers of the Gospel of that denomination for some thirty
He was married twice, his former wife departed this life April the 11th 1911, of this
union there were three children, S. O. Jones, J. M. Jones and Berta Jones, and his latter
wife proceeded him to the grave just three months and eleven days and of this union there
were two children born, Henly Grady Jones and Neva Nell Jones.
He was a pioneer in the development of Little Bethel community and in him the churches,
schools and good roads had a staunch and true friend and was loyal to any project that was
for the uplift and building up of his county.
He was loyal and unswerving in his faith in the Bible and uncompromising in fight against
sin in any form and as the minister, Rev. J. R. Hunt that conducted his funeral, stated in
his discourse that in the great battle against sin a brave and valiant soldier has fallen.
He is buried in the family plot of the Little Bethel Cemetery between the graves of his
two companions in life.
Pallbears were: Rev. W. H. Emerson of Butler; Rev. D. E.
Green of Ideal; Rev. Ran Lawhorn of Rupert; Rev. H. L. Lumpkin of Mault; Rev.
Charlie Moore of Thomaston; and Rev. Riley Windham of Potterville.
Records suggest that Savannah Rogers died 11-Apr-1911 and that Henley Grady Jones was
born of 2nd wife Nettie Poole 25-Mar-1911. Either there's a transcription error, or Henley
was conceived out of wedlock.--Steve Scroggins
Montezuma-Georgia - February 20, 1930 -
REV. J.J.JONES DIES SUDDENLY
Rev. J. J. Jones, a Freewill Baptist Minister, of
the Little Bethel community, was found dead in bed early Wednesday morning.
Mr. Jones has been in ill health for sometime, having had a
stroke of paralysis last fall, from which he never fully recovered. It is
thought his death is a result of another stroke.
Montezuma-Georgian - Novembere 14, 1929MRS. J. J. JONES
FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR
Mrs. J. J. Jones, 47 died Friday afternoon at her home here after a long illness. Mrs.
Jones, who before her marriage was Miss Nettie Poole of Beuna Vista, daughter of Mrs. G.
W. Poole and the late Mr. G. W.
Poole, was a faithful and consistent member of
the Free Will Baptist Church at Little Bethel. Her life was beautiful in Christian example
of patient, devoted service, to God and her fellowman.
She is survived by her husband, Rev. J. J. Jones and five children, Henley Jones, Neva
Nell Jones, Mr. S. O. Jones, Mr. Monroe Jones and Mrs. John Weeks, also by her mother,
Mrs. G. W. Poole, six sisters; Mrs. W. T. Bell of Ellaville; Mrs. Ola Jordan of Pelham;
Mrs. Ida Simmons of Beuna Vista; Mrs. J. T. Hobbs of Ideal; Mrs. R. J. Jonson of Fort
Valley, and Miss Neva Poole of Ideal. Three brothers: Mr. B. U. Poole of Ellaville; Mrs.
G. H. Poole of Opelika, Al., and Mr. W. W. Poole of Ideal.
Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock from Little Bethel Church
by Rev. Emerson and Rev. H. L. Lumpkin.
Pallbearers were: Mr. R. M. McInvale, Monroe Jones, Seaborn Jones; Horace Cromer, Well
Poole, B. U. Poole
was in the Little Bethel Cemetery.
John J. Jones and Savannah Rogers b. Apr-1865, the daughter of David Rogers and Mary Elizabeth ?, d.
11-Apr-1911 had the following children:
1 Seaborn Oscar Jones b. 11-Jan-1885, d. 30-Apr-1973 -
married 1st Shellie Davis, daughter of William Thomas Davis and Mary Leona McInvale.
Shellie Davis b. 1Oct1888, d. 6Jul1971, they had (4) four children. - Married 2nd Beulah
McCarty and they had (8) eight children. Buried at Little Bethel.
Macon County News Leader - Montezuma,Ga. April 1,1999Seaborn
Jones and Beulah
McCarty Jones. He was a member of the Little
Bethel Freewill Baptist Church in Ideal. He was a World War II veteran serving in the
OSCAR EUGENE JONES, 72 OF PERRY DIED MONDAY
Oscar Eugene Jones 72, of 500 Stanley Street, Perry, died Monday, March 29, 1999. Funeral
services were held Wednesday at 3 pm in the Little Bethel Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery
in Ideal. Rev. Sidney Jones officiated.
Born in Macon County, he was the son of the late
He is survived by his brothers and sisters; Herbert
T. Jones of Perry; Monroe L. Jones of Oglethorpe; Bruce Jones of Vero Beach,
Florida; Erma Chapman of Ideal; Margaret Hedrick of Stone Mountain; Eloise
Lytle of Atlantic, Iowa; Ann J. Johnson of Reynolds and
several nieces and nephews.
Watson Mathews Funeral Home had charge.
2 John Monroe Jones, b. 11-Feb-1888, d. 14-Apr-1967 -
married Ruby Barfield Buried Little Bethel.
Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. April 20, 1967Mrs.
Roy Windham of Oglethorpe and Mrs. John Weeks of
Ideal, and a brother-in-law, S. O. Jones of Ideal.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR JOHN MONROE JONES,79.
Funeral services for John Monroe Jones, 79, who died Friday in a Macon County Nursing
Home, were held at 2 pm Sunday in the Little Bethel Baptist Church with burial in the
church cemetery. The Rev. J. B. Lumpkin officiated.
Mr. Jones a native of Macon, lived in Warner Robins a number of years and was retired from
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ruby Barfield Jones, a brother, S. O. Jones of Ideal; two
sisters, Mrs. John Weeks of Ideal and Mrs. Roy Windham of Oglethorpe; a number of nieces
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home of Montezuma was in charge of arrangements.
[Note: John Monroe Jones - Born February 9, 1888 - Died April 14, 1967 is buried in Little
Bethel Cemetery beside his wife, Ruby Barfield Jones [1887 - 1968]
Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. February 1, 1968
SERVICES FOR MRS. RUBY BARFIELD JONES, 78.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ruby Barfield Jones, 78, of Warner Robins, who died Saturday in
a Marshallville Nursing Home, were held at 3 pm Sunday in Little Bethel Baptist Church.
The Rev. Carl Ayers officiated with burial in the church cemetery.
Survivors include two sisters-in-law,
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home of Montezuma was in charge.
Pallbearers were M. L. Jones, S. R. Jones, Harold Fowler, Marvis Chapman, Ray Green and
Ruby Barfield Jones - Born April 23, 1887 - Died January 27, 1968 is buried in
Little Bethel Cemetery beside her husband, John Monroe Jones
3. Bertha Lee Jones, b. 9-Jul-1900, d. 9-Oct-1982, married
John Hannah Weeks , Buried in Ideal, GA
John J. Jones and Nettie Poole (2nd wife) b. 22-Apr-1881, the daughter of George Washington Poole and Ellen Lawhorn, d.
8-Nov-1929 had the following two children:
+1. Henley Grady Jones, - born
25-Mar-1911, married Oleta Barfield (b. 27-Aug-1912, d. 19-Sep-1992 ) 28-Jun-1930,
daughter of Thomas L. Barfield and Eldora Theus. They had two children. He died
9-Apr-1951 at the age of 40.
Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. April 12, 1951- FINAL RITES FOR
HENLEY GRADY JONES, 40, HELD WEDNESDAY
Final rites for Henley Grady Jones, 40 of Thomaston, were held
at 10:00 am Wednesday at the Little Bethel Church near Ideal. The Rev. W. J. Childers
officiated, assisted by the Rev. Luther Lancaster, and burial was in the Church Cemetery.
Mr. Jones' death occurred Monday night. Born on March 25, 1911 in Macon County, the son of
the late John and Nettie Poole Jones, the deceased had made his home in Thomaston for the
past 15 years.
Survivors include his wife, the former
Oleta Barfield; a son, Julian Jones of Thomaston; a daughter, Marion Jones of Thomaston; two sisters, Mrs. Roy Windham of Marshallville and
Mrs. John Weeks of Ideal; and two brothers, Seaborn Oscar Jones of Ideal and John Monroe
Jones of Warner Robins.
Smith-Tindol Funeral Service was in charge. [ Source, Davine V.
Campbell, Macon Co. Obit Forum]
THOMASTON TIMES Sept. 21, 1992 [Source: Bobby C. Smith ]
Mrs. Oleta B. Jones, 80, of 217A East Lee St. died
Saturday, Sept. 19, 1992 at Upson Regional Medical Center. Graveside services
were held Sunday, Sept. 20 at 3:30 p.m. at Upson Memorial Gardens with Elder
C.E. Darity officiating. Pasley Fletcher Funeral Home was in charge of
Mrs. Jones was a native of Taylor County and had made her home in Thomaston for the
past 52 years. She attended Emmaus Primitive Baptist Church and was a retired employee of
Martha Mills. She is survived by a son; Mr. Grady Julian Jones of Powder Springs, Ga.; a
sister, Mrs. Clinton Self of Thomaston; a son in law, Mr. L.J. Scroggins of Warner Robins;
four grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
+2 Neva Nell Jones, b.9-May-1917, married Roy Saunders
Windham, they had 3 children,
Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. - June 16, 1993- Born May 9, 1917 - Died
June 10, 1993 is buried
in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside her husband Roy Sanders Windham, Sr.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR NEVA NELLE JONES WINDHAM
Mrs. Neva Nelle Jones Windham of 208 Patricia Drive, Montezuma, Georgia, died Thursday,
June 10, 1993, in Emory University Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia.
Services were held at 11 am Saturday, June 12, in the First Baptist Church, Montezuma,
with burial in Oglethorpe Memorial Gardens. Dr. Randy Gregg officiated. Pallbearers were
Jack Hardage, Frank Kelley, Buddy Clark, Tommy Ham, Randy Starling and Carl Peaster.
Mrs. Windham, a lifelong resident of Macon County, was the daughter of the Rev. John Jones
and Nellie Poole Jones. She was a retired nurse, the founder of the Oaks Nursing Home in
Marshallville, and a member of the First Baptist Church.
Survivors are her husband, Roy Sanders Windham of Montezuma, a daughter, Dianne Walker of
Marshallville, a son, William Jule Windham of Montezuma, three grandchildren, Damon
Walker, Ashton Windham and Spencer Windham, a daughter-in-law, Bonnie Windham of
Montezuma, a son-in-law Robert C. Walker of Marshallville, and a number of nieces and
nephews. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the First Baptist
Church or to a favorite charity.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
[Note: Neva Nell Windham
Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. March 20, 1995Roy Sanders Windham,
founder of the Oaks Nursing Home and former Macon County Sheriff. He was a man who will be
remembered for his accomplishments and public service, but also for his kindness, his
sense of humor and his friendship.
The people of Macon County were saddened last week by news of the death of
Mr. Windham, a lifelong resident of Macon County, and Marshallville native, passed away at
a Macon hospital on Monday March 20, 1995. He was 76.
Funeral services were held the following day at Montezuma First Baptist Church with Rev.
Randy Gregg officiating. Burial was in Oglethorpe Memorial Gardens.
Mr. Windham was the son of Rowe Windham and Maude Sanders Windham of Marshallville and was
an army veteran of World War 11, who fought in the D-Day Landing. He served three terms as
sheriff of Macon County and ran the Oaks Nursing Home with his late wife, Nelle Jones
He is survived by a daughter, Dianne Windham Walker of Marshallville and a son,
Commissioner W. Jule Windham of Montezuma, Daugjhter-in-law, Bonnie Windham, Son-in-law,
Bob Walker and three grandchildren, Damon Walker, Ashton Windham and Spencer Windham.
A son, Roy S. "Sandy" Windham, Jr. preceded his father in death. Also surviving
are two sisters, Mrs. Mervin W. Johnson of Marshallville and Mrs. Maurice W. Wright of
Perry and their families.
[Note: Roy Sanders Windham [1918-1995] is buried in
Oglethorpe Cemetery beside his wife, Neva Nell Jones Windham [1917-1993] and
son, R.S."Sandy"Windham, Jr. [1948-1970]
Henley Grady Jones and Oleta
had the following family:
1. Grady Julian Jones was born 23-Oct-1933 in Taylor County,
Georgia about 1934. He married Genelle Carroll and they have two children, Cindy
2. Marion Jones was born in Taylor County, Georgia 4-May-1936.
She died in Warner Robins, Houston Co., Georgia, 28-July-1992 at 56 years of age. She's
buried at Parkway Memorial Gardens, Houston County, on Carl Vinson Parkway. She married Lon Jack Scroggins Jr.,
7-Oct-1955. Lon was born in Sylacauga, Talladega County, Alabama 15-June-1931 and died
14-July-2000. They have two sons. See The
Silent Plea of Every Heart, a collection
of poetry by Marion Jones Scroggins.
THE MACON TELEGRAPH July 29, 1992
Marion Jones Scroggins - WARNER ROBINS --- Marion Jones Scroggins,
56, of 306 Briardale Ave. died Tuesday at her residence. Born in Taylor County, she lived
in Warner Robins for the past 37 years. She was a member of Oakland Baptist Church and the
Society of American Poetry. She was a homemaker and was the daughter of the late Henley
Grady Jones. Survivors: husband, Lon Scroggins, Jr. of Warner Robins; children,
John Scroggins of Bonaire and Steve Scroggins of Gray; mother, Oleta Jones of Thomaston;
brother, Julian Jones of Powder Springs; and two grandchildren. Services: 11a.m.
Thursday in McCullough Funeral Home. Burial: Parkway Memorial Gardens. The Rev.
Steve Scoggins will officiate. McCullough Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.
Roy Saunders Windham and Neva Nell Jones
had the following family:
1 William Jule Windham. He married Bonnie ?? Windham, 2 children
as of 1995, Ashton & Spencer Windham.
2 Dianne Windham. She married Robert C. Walker. One child
as of 1995, Damon Walker.
3 Roy Saunders Windham Jr.. Born December 28, 1948 - Died February 22, 1970
Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga.
February 26, 1970
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR ROY SANDERS WINDHAM, JR. 21.
Funeral services for Roy Sanders "Sandy" Windham, Jr., 21, of Oglethorpe, who
died Sunday in Emory Hospital in Atlanta after a two months illness, were held Tuesday,
February 24, at the Marshallville Baptist Church. Rev. William C. Tribble, former pastor,
and Rev. Carl Ayers officiated. Mrs. Sherman DeVoe rendered soft organ music.
Pallbearers were Marvin Brown, Darryl Jones, Randal Washington, Mike Kennan, Dean Fulghum,
Jamie Williams, Ben Haugabook and Steve Smith, Burial was in the Oglethorpe Cemetery.
Mr. Windham was a native of Macon County and was a member of Marshallville Baptist Church.
He was graduated from Macon County Schools and was a junior at the University of Georgia.
He was the son of Sheriff and Mrs. Roy S. Windham, Sr. of Oglethorpe. Survivors in
addition to his parents include a sister, Mrs. Robert C. Walker of Atlanta and a brother,
Jule Windham of Oglethorpe.
[Note: Roy Sanders Windham, Jr. - Born December 28, 1948 -
Died February 22, 1970 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside his parents -
Davine V. Campbell]
Sources: Guelda Hay, Davine V. Campbell, Citizens & Georgia - Montezuma, GA, All rights reserved.
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