Have you ever wished you had help in climbing over Great-Gramps? You know the one without parents, brother, sister, place of birth or death. Well, this is it folks! Help could arrive with the next viewer of this site. But only if your ancestor is listed on the wall of most wanted! Send your info to Hall County, GA AHGP
SAMUEL CARROLL FRASER(FRASER CEMETERY)
I am researching the Hydes of 1830. I have been told Austin Hyde is my ggg grandfather. I was also told David was his father and George was Davids father but can not find anything on them except the 1830 Census
CONTACT - LISA
John Allen McDonald was born in Hall Co in 1843, according to his CW pension record. I lost him after that until the civil war. He also stated in his pension record that he moved to Tennessee in 1859, possibly Bradley or McMinn Co. He enlisted with the 43rd Tn Inf. CSA. He died in Bradley Co, TN 12-24-1919. He married Catherine Noe in Hamblen Co, TN. Their children were all born in Bradley and Polk Co,TN. I found a John McDaniel listed on the 1850 Hall Co census with a Joseph Thompson family at age 6. I am not sure if that is him, but it's a possibility.
CONTACT - Colleen McDonald Mohr
Seeking information about William H. CAMPBELL and Amanda S. Godfrey. They were married in Hall County on October 17, 1872. Her parents were Ansel and Alla (Ella?) Godfrey from Cherokee County. They lived in Hall County on the 1870 federal census. They are listed as Ezelton 52 and Sarah 49. Children were Martha 20, Amanda 18, Doctor (Samuel?) 14, Susan 10, Mary 7 and John 5. I do not know parents of William H. Campbell. These are my great grandparents. I would love to connect with some long lost cousins.
contact, REGINA BOYCE
I am looking for the father of Elijah WADE. Elijah b. abt. 1804 SC, married Rebecca HAMES, the dau. of John HAMES,on 12-30-1823 in Hall Co. Elijah bought land on 10-1-1825 in Hall Co and an Edward WADE signed as subscribing witness to the deed. Who is the Edward WADE in Hall Co in 1825? Is this the same Edward WADE found in Gwinnett Co in the 1820s?
I am looking for the Father of India Deal. India was born 1872 and died November 29th 1949. On August 22 1886 she married Chester R Jones in Hall County. I have her death certificate but parts of it is unreadable. Naturally it is the part I need. India is found in 1880 in the home of Jepthia Barton as sister of Sally Thompson Barton. According to India's death certificate, Sally was her Mother not her sister. India had according to her obit sisters Hattie,Hettie,Mattie and Missouri Barton.A Sally Barton is Buried at Airline Baptist Church. Can anyone shed any light on this. Also looking for India's Father. According to family lore Julius or Jewell or Jiles Deal left India and her Mother after India's birth. Mr Deal was said to be a Railroad worker.
Looking for Louisa J. Williams daughter of Elisha Williams and Elizabeth Kendricks of Hall County Ga. Louisa was born about 1837 in Georgia. On August 26th 1857 in Hall Co. she became the wife of William Freeman Jones..They had four children. Chester,Elizabeth C., Sophronia E.,and Mary Jane. William Freeman died before Jan 4 1884 and is buried at Timber Ridge Baptist. I can find nothing on Louisa from the court records of the administration of Wm Freeman Jones estate forward
Thanks Seeking Information on these families,
Looking for James Swofford(or Swafford) (b 1760/70?SC-d 1850? Hall Co GA) & Thomas Swofford (b1802Sc-d 1870/80? Hall Co GA) thought to have lived in the Swamp Branch? area w/ New Bridge post office any info would be greatly appreciated
The Fraser Cemetary is located off of Mauldin Mill Road between Chestnut Mountain and Flowery Branch. Take Highway 13 from Gainesville past Blackshear Place. Go to Union Church Road just this side of Chestnut Mountain and follow this road to Mauldin Mill Road where one turns right. Then drive one-half to 3/5 miles until there is a logging road on the left and there is a walk of about 1/4th. The cemetary is located on the right side of the logging road about 10 feet off in a heavily wooded area and has brushes and trees growing there. There should be a large monument (headstone) and on either side of the Fraser name is "Grandfather" and "Grandmother".
CONTACT - VICKY
WILLIAM J. UNDERWOOD-----BORN GEORGIA ---CIRCA 1832----PROBABLY HALL COUNTY FATHER-UNKNOWN MOTHER-UNKNOWN MARRIED VIRGINIA ANN E. JACKSON---DTR OF WILLIFORD F. JACKSON AND MARY J. PHILLIPS JACKSON
CONTACT - MARTHA
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