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96. Robert Taylor

Robert is said to be from Dodge County Georgia and he may have came through there but on the 1880 census both his son Hiram and Hughey list thier father's birthplace as SC.

99. Lively Ellender Pittman

Some sources list death as about 1849, however she had children born as late as 11 April 1859, so this can not be true.

100. Cader Hancock

A farmer.

In the 1880 census Cader (who is listed as Cato) lists his father ( Durham) and mother's (Mary Polly Hall)birthplase as Gerogia.

101. Hester Ann Ivey

I have some Iveys. John and Nancy Lindsey Ivey had 4 children William C. Ivey who was born abt. 1821. Jane Ivey 5-7-1823 (She died single) Counsel Ivey who was born abt. 1825 married Mary? Hester Ann Ivey born 4-1826-28 married Cader Hancock. These Children were born after John Died. RobertIvey born abt. 1833 married Elizabeth? Malinda Ivey Died Single. Ashley Ivey born abt 1839 Married Elizabeth Morris. and Either a Sion H. Pike or Joseph Ivey. I'm not sure about the last two children. Your Joseph could be a child of some of these Ivey's if the dates fit.

John Ivey was born abt. 1792 in Effingham Co. (State unknown) His Father may have been William Ivey. He Married Nancy Lindsey abt. 1820. John died abt. 1828 (in Montgomery Co.??) They had Four Children:

1.William C. Ivey B.1821 Montgomery Co. Ga.
m. Mary Ann Hesters
one child known Eliza Ivey

2.Jane Ivey B.5-7-1823 Montgomery Co. Ga.
Died Single

3.Counsel Ivey B.1825 Montgomery Co. Ga.
m. Mary ?

4.Hester Ann Ivey B. 1828 Montgomery Co. Ga.
m. Cader Hancock

Other Children Of Nancy Ivey are Robert Ivey, Malinda Ivey, Ashley Ivey and Sion H. Pike

Found Nancy Ivey Berrien Co, GA 1860 Census with Malinda & Ashley. Also In 1880 Census found Nancy and Melinda (listed as half-sister) In 1870 Berrien Co., GA Census Found Robert Ivey m. Elizabeth ?, children: Nancy E., Polly, Jane, James A.?.,In 1880 Census shows Robert Ivey, Elizabeth, Emily, Jane and Robert L.

106. William Cone Wagnon

G. A. WAYMEN (WAGNON) m W. C. HOLLOWAY 11 Sep 1879 at home of W. C. WAYMEN, security by J. C. WAYMEN

Georgia Ann Wagnon married William Caleb Holloway 11 Sept. 1879 at the home of William Cone Wagnon, securty by J. C. Wagnon.

110. James A Palmer

1870 Milton Cty. Census farmer

111. Mary Helen Bailey

Mama, (Frances Helen Holloway Taylor Dyer) Was named after this Helen.
John Taylor 20 Nov 1999

updated 16 July, 2007 Copyright© 1999 - 2007 by John R. Taylor

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