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Sara Elizabeth Nichols ("Sara Nichols" & "Sarah Nichols") born on July 7, 1923, and married Clifford Defoor on October 18, 1941 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Clifford Defoor and Sara Defoor ("Sarah Defoor"? & "Sara Defoor") had 2 children:

William Rays Defoor ("William Defoor"); and,

Judy Anne Defoor ("Judy Defoor" & "Judith Defoor"?) born on February 12, 1943;

Hubert Garland Nichols ("Hubert Nichols") born on September 18, 1925, first married Barbara Goodrow, next married Janie May Blisett ("Janie Blisett" & "Jane Blisett"?), and still later married Evelyn J. Henson ("Eveyln Henson"). Hubert Nichols and Evelyn Nichols had 2 children:

Patricia Ann Nichols ("Patricia Nichols") born on February 21, 1949, and,

Richard Garland Nichols ("Richard Nichols") born on February 13, 1953; and,

Johnny Howard Nichols ("Johnny Nichols" & "John Nichols") born on May 26, 1927, married Miriam Harris in 1955, and died in June 1991 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Miriam Harris had previously been married and had a son by her first marriage; and,

Edna Lavonia Nichols ("Edna Nichols") born on February 28, 1929, and married Raolph Glenn Kilgo ("Ralph Kilgo") on October 9, 1946 in Georgia. Ralph Kilgo and Edna Kilgo ("Lavonia Kilgo") had 8 children:

Harley Glenn Kilgo ("Harley Kilgo") born on January 4, 1948;

Roy Ray Kilgo ("Roy Kilgo") born on January 2, 1949;

Barto Ralph Kilgo ("Barto Kilgo") born on January 8, 1951;

Peggy Lavonia Kilgo ("Peggy Kilgo") born on January 28, 1952;

Ruth Susan Kilgo ("Ruth Kilgo") born on February 7, 1953;

Sarah Perla Kilgo ("Sarah Kilgo") born on June 4, 1954;

Lynn Fay Kilgo ("Lynn Kilgo") born on July 28, 1956; and,

Donna Bonita Kilgo ("Donna Kilgo") born on July 29, 1957;

Emily Bertha Nichols ("Emily Nichols") born March 15, 1899 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, first married Roy Henderson Thompson ("Roy Thompson") in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia who was the sone of Benjamin Thompson and an Emma, next married Judge Terrell on November 26, 1921 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, died May 29, 1989 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and is buried with her first husband in Oak Hill Cemetery in east Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Judge Terrell is buried in the Hebron Cemetery near Concord, Georgia next to Maude G. Terrell ("Maude Terrell") who was born on January 2, 1892 and died on October 8, 1970 and R. Herman Terrell who was born on January 30, 1896 and died on July 24, 1961. Roy Thompson and Emily Thompson ("Bertha Thompson") had a daughter named:

Nellie Maude Thompson ("Nellie Thompson") born on June 20, 1933 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and married Charles McMillan on December 1, 1951 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Charles McMillan and Nellie McMillan ("Maude McMillan") had a daughter named:

Vicki Lynn McMillan ("Vicki McMillan") on December 31, 1958;

Judge Terrell and Emily Terrell ("Bertha Terrell") had a daughter named:



Gracy Murel Terrell ("Gracy Terrell" & "Grace Terrell") born on October 21, 1922, first married Everett Lono Sparks ("Everett Sparks"), and later married a William. Everett Sparks and Gracy Sparks ("Murel Sparks") had 2 children:

Deborah Catherine Sparks ("Deborah Sparks"); and,

Donna Lou Sparks ("Donna Sparks");

Lorenza Dow Nichols ("Lorenza Nichols") born October 9, 1900 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, married Vinnie Clara Williams ("Vinnie Williams") on October 13, 1923 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, died May 16, 1982 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and is buried with her husband in the Oak Hill Cemetery in east Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Lorenza Nichols and Vinnie Nichols ("Clara Nichols") had 6 children:

Grady Nichols who died in infancy;

Geraldine Nichols born on July 22, 1924, first married James Leseter, and later married Grady Stanford on July 4, 1941 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Grady Stanford and Geraldine Stanford had 4 children:

Olie Stanford who had 2 children;

Roger Stanford who had 1 child;

Ronnie Stanford who had 1 child; and,

Peggy Stanford who had 3 children;

Agnes Runelle Nichols ("Agnes Nichols") born on June 6, 1929, first married Eugene Hubbard, and next married L.H. Harrison on February 6, 1946 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. L.H. Harrison and Agnes Harrison ("Runelle Harrison") had 2 children:

Darrell Harrison who had 2 children; and,

Linda Harrison who married a Spahos and had 2 children;

Aubrey Jerome Nichols ("Aubrey Nichols") born on May 26, 1932 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, first married Charlotte Knight, and next married Charlotte Parham in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia;

James Herman Nichols ("James Nichols") born on July 28, 1936 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and married Pauline Ratliff in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. James Nichols and Pauline Nichols had 2 children:

Diane Nichols who married a Hurley; and,

Sherri Nichols; and,

Robert Eugene Nichols ("Robert Nichols") born on June 7, 1942 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and married Beatrice Crane in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Robert Nichols and Beatrice Nichols had 3 children:

Robert Nichols;

Susan Nichols; and,

Carol Nichols;

Annie Lee Nichols ("Annie Nichols") born January 5, 1902 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, married Robert Fields June 14, 1926, died July 19, 1951 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and she and her husband are buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery in east Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Robert Fields and Annie Fields ("Lee Fields") had 2 children:

Mary Helen Fields ("Mary Fields") born on May 26, 1927 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and married William Noan Jamerson ("William Jamerson") on November 6, 1943 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. William Jamerson and Mary Jamerson ("Helen Jamerson") had 2 children:

Patricia Ann Jamerson ("Patricia Jamerson") born on May 7, 1948 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia; and,

Linda Carol Jamerson ("Linda Jamerson") born on September 11, 1950 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia; and,

John Walter Fields ("John Fields") born on July 13, 1929 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia;

John Henry Nichols ("John Nichols" & "Buster Nichols") born November 27, 1905 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, first married Vera Virginia Smith ("Vera Smith") in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, next married Ada Adele Staples ("Ada Staples") on May 26, 1927 and who died at childbirth. He died on October 20 1972 in Maryland, and is buried in the Brown Cemetery in Peachtree City, Fayetteville, Georgia. John Nichols and Vera Nichols ("Virginia Nichols") had 2 children:

Thomas Jerry Nichols ("Thomas Nichols") born on May 23, 1940 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, first married Roberta Lee Rosenfield ("Roberta Rosenfield"), and next married Hendrina Koeman. He had no children by either marriage; and,

Mary Ann Nichols ("Mary Nichols") born on August 25, 1945 and married Harvey Lee Ferguson ("Harvy Ferguson"). Harvey Ferguson and Mary Ferguson ("Ann Ferguson") had 2 children:

Michael Lee Ferguson ("Michael Ferguson") born on June 26, 1967 in Washington, D.C.; and,

Kelly Ann Ferguson ("Kelly Ferguson") born on July 21, 1970 in Milledgeville, Georgia; and,

John Nichols and Ada Nichols ("Adele Nichols") had a daughter named:



Eva Nichols;

Lula Vera Nichols ("Lula Nichols") born on December 8, 1907 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, first married George Parker on June 14, 1930, and next married Willis Manco Peek ("Willis Peek") in January 1937 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia and who is buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery in east Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Lula Nichols was only 6 months of age when her family moved from Alabama to Meriwether County, Georgia. William Peek and Lula Peek ("Vera Peek") had 2 children:

Willis Manco Peek ("Willis Peek") born on February 17, 1943 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, first married Carol Ann Romanelli ("Carol Romanelli") in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, next married a Gloria, and still later married a Marlena on December 17, 1994 in Seattle, Washington. Willis Peek and Carol Peek had 2 children:

David Peek born on February 21, 1973; and,

Brian Peek born on February 21, 1973; and,

James Luther Peek ("James Peek") born on September 16, 1948 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, first married Vickie L. Crapo ("Vickie Crapo") on January 5, 1949 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia and who was the daughter of Glenn Crapo and Evelyn Long, next married Cheryl Christine Deckwa ("Cheryl Deckwa") on April 27, 1991 in Georgia and who was the daughter of Ralph Deckwa and Mary Kenney. James Peek and Vickie Peek had 4 children:

Shannon Kay Peek ("Shannon Peek") born on January 19, 1969 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia;

Scott Allen Peek ("Scott Peek") born on May 8, 1972;

Amy Elizabeth Peek ("Amy Peek") born on February 3, 1974; and,

Gregory James Peek ("Gregory Peek") born on February 26, 1976;

Nettie Sue Nichols ("Nettie Nichols") born on September 10, 1909 in Meriwether County, Georgia, and married Carl Evans Marx ("Carl Marx") in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Carl Marx and Nettie Marx ("Sue Marx") had 3 children:

James Carl Marx ("James Marx);

Charlene Marx first married an Isaacs, next married a Smith, and still later married a Howze. Charlene Smith had a daughter named:

Evelyn Smith; and,

Billy Marx ("William Marx"?) born in 1933 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and had 3 children:

John Marx;

Shelia Marx who married Andrew Bieger; and,

Tod Marx;

Sara Inez Nichols ("Sara Nichols" & "Sarah Nichols") born September 18, 1910 in Meriwether County, Georgia and married Charlie Brown ("Charles Brown") on May 31, 1930 in Fayetteville, Fayette County, Georgia, and died on August 29, 1995 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Charlie Brown owned a barber shop in the Westmoreland Building in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia;

Mary Velma Nichols ("Mary Nichols") born November 29, 1912 in either Meriwether, Georgia or in Fayetteville, Fayette County, Georgia, first married Charles Thomas Browning ("Charles Browning" & "Charlie Browning") August 30, 1932 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, later married Louis Gregory Caron ("Louis Caron" & "Louis Caronna") about 1938 in Montgomery County, Maryland, still later married Jack Carter about 1957, and died on August 20, 1996 in Oneco, Manatee County, Florida. Charles Browning was born August 14, 1894 in Haw River, Alamance, North Carolina, the son of William Browning and Mary Rice, served in WWI in the Field Artillery and was gassed, died December 5, 1959 in Burlington, Alamance County, North Carolina of a heart attack, and is buried at Pine Hill Veterans Cemetery in Burlington, Alamance, North Carolina. Louis Caron was born about 1938 in either Maryland or in Palermo, Italy, was the son of Vito Carona ("Vitto Caronna") and Margherita Greco ("Margureta Greco"), died November 11, 1956 in Cheverly, Prince George County, Maryland, and is buried in Washington, D.C. Jack Carter was born in Tennessee, died in Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia, and is buried in the Ft. Lincoln Cemetery in Bladensburg, Maryland. The children of Charles Browning and Mary Browning were:

Betty Joyce Browning ("Betty Browning") born July 29, 1931 in Washington, D.C., died November 18, 1988 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, first married Lester X. Ray ("Lester Ray"), next married Horace Richard Staples ("Horace Staples, next married a Gordon, next married a Davis, still later married Clarence Hupp, and is buried in the Fogartyville Cemetery in Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida. Horace Staples and Betty Staples ("Joyce Staples") had 3 children:

Anthony Daniels Staples ("Anthony Staples") born in August 1949 in Washington, D.C.;

an unknown child born about 1950; and,

Richard Horace Staples ("Richard Staples") born on August 4, 1951; and,



Barbara Jean Browning ("Barbara Browning") born July 7, 1933 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and married Richard Lee Schultz June 1, 1951 in Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia. Richard Schultz was born June 5, 1932 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, was the son of Henry Shulz and Dollie Langorgen, died March 9, 1985 in Fairfax, Fairfax County, Virginia, and is buried in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa. Richard Schultz was the son of Henry Schultz and Dollie May Langorgen ("Dollie Langorgen" & "Dolly Langorgen") and Barbara Browning was the daughter of Charles Thomas Browning ("Charles Browning") and Mary Velma Nichols ("Mary Nichols"). Richard Schultz and Barbara Schultz had a daughter named:

Victoria Lee Schultz (Victoria Schultz") born April 16, 1952 at Ft. Belvoir, Fairfax County, Virginia, and who married Cecil David Facemire ("Cecil Facemire") December 27, 1975 in Springfield, Fairfax County, Virginia Cecil Facemire was born December 14, 1951 in Sutton, Braxton County, West Virginia, and was the son of Cecil Clay Facemire ("Cecil Facemire") and Golda May Patrick ("Golda Patrick"). The children of Cecil Facemire and Victoria Facemire, all born in Fairfax, Fairfax County, Virginia, were:

Phillip David Facemire ("Phillip Facemire") born January 30, 1978;

Krista Lee Facemire ("Krista Facemire") born March 10, 1979; and,

Kathryn Lynn Facemire ("Kathryn Facemire" & "Katie Facemire") born November 15, 1981.

Louis Caron and Mary Caron had 2 children:



Mary Velma Caron born June 26, 1940 in either New Port Richey, Florida or in Elfers, Pasco County, Florida, first married Thomas Page in Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida, and later married Herbert Long. Thomas Page and Mary Page had 2 children:

Laurie Lynn Page ("Laurie Page");

Thomas Clyde Page ("Thomas Page" & "Thomas Gregory Page"?) who married Michelle Jefferies?; and

Louis Gregory Caron, Jr. ("Louis Caron") born January 4, 1949 in Washington, D.C., and married Susan Christine Ingriselli ("Susan Ingriselli") on September 10, 1993 in Newington, Connecticut;

Ruthie May Nichols ("Ruthie Nichols" & "Ruth Nichols") born March 2, 1917 in Meriwether County, Georgia, and married William Clyde Evans Marx ("William Marx" & "Clyde Marx") in Phenix City, Lee County, Alabama. William Marx and Ruthie Marx ("May Marx") had 2 children:

Kenneth Paul Marx ("Kenneth Marx") married Janice Greene. Kenneth Marx and Karen Marx had 2 children:

Kevins Marx (“Kevan Marx”?) and,

Karen Marx; and,

David Marx born on September 7, 1938 in Pheniz City, Lee County, Alabama, and married Diane Hardy on May 18, 1962 in Temple, Bell County, Texas, and became a minister. David Marx and Diane Marx had 2 children:

Charlotte Annes Marx ("Charlotte Marx") born on August 28, 1967 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas; and,

David Charles Marx ("David Marx") born on April 16, 1970 in Dilley, Frio County, Texas;

Homer Carl Nichols ("Homer Nichols") born May 27, 1919 in either Meriwether County, Georgia or in Fayetteville, Fayette County, Georgia, never married, died July 22, 1965 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and is buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery in east Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia; and,

Thomas Watson Nichols ("Thomas Nichols") born April 27, 1922 in either Meriwether County, Georgia or in Fayetteville, Fayette County, Georgia, first married Martha Rivers on December 2, 1942 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, served with General Patton in WWII, and later married Doris Crawford about 1946 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia and who was the daughter of Benjamin Crawford and Lula Fordham, died about September 16, 1997, and is buried in the Oak Hill Cemetery in east Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia. Thomas Nichols and Doris Nichols had a daughter named:

Dinah Jane Nichols ("Dinah Nichols") born on April 2, 1947 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, and married John Vernie Nichols ("John Nichols") on June 22, 1964 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia and who was the son of Hubert Nichols and Nellie Cobb. John Nichols andDiana Nichols had a son named;

John Keith Nichols ("John Nichols") born on November 20, 1965, and married Tracie Tolbert on June 9, 1991 in Warner Robins, Houston County, Texas;

Ernest O. Nichols ("Ernest Nichols") born September 18, 1877 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, and died about 1898 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama;

C.C. Nichols born about 1877 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama;

Mattie May Nichols ("Mattie Nichols") born May 18, 1880 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama; and,

Wade Hampton Nichols ("Wade Nichols") born September 1882 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, and married Ora Calloway about 1914. The children of Wade Nichols and Ora Nichols were:

Wade Hampton Nichols, Jr. ("Wade Nichols") born May 30, 1915 in Charlotte, North Carolina, and married Edith Lou Docekal ("Edith Docekal") July 12, 1938 in Brookville, New York. Eith Docekal died about 1975. The children of Wade Nichols and Edith Nichols were:

Wade Hampton Nichols, III ("Wade Nichols") born December 7, 1942 in Brookville, New Youk, graduated from Yale and Columbia University, member of New York bar, married Brenda Gail Downing ("Brenda Downing") June 27, 1981 in Brookville, New York, and counsel with Revlon, Inc.. The children of Wade Nichols and Brenda Nichols were:

Scot Nichols;

Laura Nichols;

Eric Black Nichols ("Eric Nichols"); and,

Gregory Black Nichols ("Gregory Nichols"); and,

Nancy Elizabeth Nichols ("Nancy Nichols") born in Brookville, New York; and,

William Nichols was born in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, married Mary Ellen Tingle? ("Mary Tingle") and died and is buried in Lagrange, Georgia.

The children of Henry Nichols and Mary Tingle was a daughter named:



Lula May Nichols ("Lula Nichols") born in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama;

(ix) MARGARET C. NICHOLS ("Margaret Nichols") born about 1850 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, and married Henry Thomas Askew ("Henry Askew") November 17, 1869 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama. Henry Askew was born May 13, 1847 and was the son of Richard L. Askew ("Richard Askew") and Frances Elizabeth Chivers ("Frances Chivers"). The children of Henry Askew and Margaret Askew were:



Addie Askew born in Georgia;

Henry Etta Askew ("Henry Askew") born about 1871;

Charlie Askew ("Charles Askew") born about 1874;

Ola Askew born about 1877; and,

Edgar Askew born about 1880;

(x) JOSEPH F. NICHOLS ("Joseph Nichols" & "Joel Nichols") born about 1854 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, and married Frances Elizabeth Askew ("Frances Askew" & "Fannie Askew") in June 1870 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama. Frances Askew was born June 2, 1853, was the daughter of Richard L. Askew ("Richard Askew) and Frances Elizabeth Chivers ("Frances Chivers"), and is buried in Booneville, Logan County, Arizona. The children of Joseph Nichols and Frances Nichols were:



Charles Nichols ("Charlie Nichols") born about 1872 in Arizona, and married Minnie Smith on November 26, 1893 in Booneville, Logan County, Arizona. Minnie Smith was the daughter of C.P. Smith. Charles Nicholes and Minnie Nicholes had a daughter named:

Clara Mae Nichols ("Clara Nichols") born June 7, 1909 in Booneville, Logan County, Arizona;

Eugene Nichols born about 1874 in Arizona and married Etta Wilson on March 8, 1896 in Booneville, Logan County, Arizona. Etta Wilson was born about 1880;

Thomas Nichols born about 1875 in Arizona;

Henry Nichols born about 1877 in Arizona; and,

Elizabeth Nichols born about 1879 in Arizona;

(xi) MARTHA ELLEN NICHOLS ("Martha Nichols") born November 14, 1854493 (Some say November 14, 1856.373) in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, married George Washington Magnam ("George Magnam") on February 9, 1875 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, died February 13, 1932, and is buried with her husband in Wehadkee Baptist Church Cemetery in Troup County, Georgia. George Magnam was born March 29, 1853, was the son of John B. Magnam ("John Magnam") and Elizabeth Abbot, and died May 14, 1922. George Magnam and Martha Magnam had 6 children:



Annie Magnam ("Ann Magnam") born March 6, 1876 and died July 19, 1946;

Catie Bell Magnam ("Catie Magnam" & "Kate Magnam") born February 2, 1878 and died October 8, 1882;

Nina Magnam born August 1880 and died October 8, 1893;

Willie Lee Magnam ("Willie Magnam") born July 23, 1883 and died February 8, 1978;

Charles Ellis Magnam ("Charles Magnam") born July 28, 1885 and died March 3, 1888; and,

Jesse C. Magnam ("Jessee Magnam") born January 29, 1888 and died January 3, 1915; and,

(xii) ELIZABETH E. NICHOLS ("Elizabeth Nichols") born September 23, 1858 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, married Henry W. Rowland ("Henry Rowland") on September 23, 1875 in Fredonia, Chambers County, Alabama, and died about 1878 in McKamie, Prairie County, Arkansas. Henry Rowland died July 10, ???? in McKanie, Arkansas, and was the son of Judge P.M. Rowland;357

(5) WADE HAMPTON CAVENDER (“Ward Hampton Cavender”?, "Wade Cavender", “W.H. Cavender”, “Ward H. Cavender,? “Wade Cavender & “Wade H. Cavender”) was born about 1817 in Hog Mountain, Jackson County, Georgia. When Gwinett County and Hall County, Georgia was created on December 15, 1818, they incorporated the Wooford Settlement and the so-called "Ten Mile Purchase" into those two counties and Wade Cavender and his family were living in Gwinett County, Georgia and was there when the 1820 census was taken. He later moved to Fayette County, Georgia about 1828 and was living there when the 1830 census was taken. He still later moved to Walker County when he drew land in the Cherokee County land lottery which he later sold and, on October 5, 1837, he enlisted in the Seminole Indian War in Florida at LaFayette, Walker County, Georgia in Company C, the First Regiment of the Georgia Volunteer Mounted Calvary as a bugle boy. He also enlisted with his older brother John H. Cavender, in the company of Captain Harris of the Georgia Highland Militia and helped the army to permanently remove the Indians from their mountainous North Georgia homes. While still in the military, he was wounded at Ft. Fanning, Florida, was sent to Camp Call in Hall County, and was discharged May 7, 1838 at Camp Call in Hall County, Georgia. He finally settled in Fayette County, Georgia, and later married Delilah Brassell (“Delilah Brassiwell”, “Delilah Brasswell” & "Delilah Brasselle") on either February 13, 1840 or on May 13, 1840493 & 494 in Fayette County, Georgia, and died May 10, 1847 in Tyrone, Fayette County, Georgia at the age of 30 years and is buried at Hopewell United Methodist Church in Tyrone in Fayette County, Georgia. It is also recorded that a Ward H. Cavender (“W.H. Cavender” & “Ward Cavender”) married Delilah Broswell (“Delilah Braswell”) on February 13, 1840 in Fayette County, Georgia. Delilah Brasselle was born on July 20, 1816 in Georgia, was the daughter of William Brasselle ("William Braswell") and Martha Haddix. Wade Cavender (or “Ward Cavender”) and Delilah Cavender had 2 sons and 1 daughter:


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