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Amanda Bernice Jones ("Amanda Jones") born on March 28, 1868 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, and died about 1946;

Clemeth Andrew Jones (“Clemeth Jones”, "Clemith Jones" & "Clemeth Jones"?) born either March 18, 1868 or March 28, 1868438 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, married an India, and died about 1960? Clemith Jones had a son named:

Young Jones who was born in November 1893;

Joseph Washington Jones ("Joseph Jones") born on November 8, 1872 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, and died September 6, 1912?;

Talular Jane Jones (“Talular Jones”, "Tululus Jones" & "Lou Jones") born on August 16, 1874 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, married George D. Adams ("George Adams"), and died April 26, 1917;

Permela Exer Jones (“Permelia Jones”, “Permellia Jones” & "Permelia Jones") born on February 22, 1879 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, and died June 6, 1973; and,

Mary Texella Jones ("Marry Jones"? & "Mary Jones") born on December 10, 1880 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, and died February 14, 1972;

(xiv) ANDREW JACKSON ABERCROMBIE ("Andrew Abercrombie") born June 8, 1846 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, married Nancy Emaline Pierce ("Nancy Pierce") on March 11, 1866 in Hall County, Georgia, and died December 14, 1920 north of Fay in Dewey County, Oklahoma. Andrew Abercrombie's mother died when he was 5 years of age, and at the age of 14 he was a Confederate Army courier in the Civil War and served in Company C of Cobb's Legion of Georgia Volunteers. Supposedly, he paid $800 in confederate money for a horse to ride to Virginia where he enlisted in CSA at Stevensburg, Virginia. He returned from Virginia to Georgia on March 10, 1866, left for Mitchell County, Kansas in June 1870 and arrived there in October 1872. Nancy Pierce was born November 1, 1849 in Hall County, Georgia, was the daughter of Sampson Pierce and Rachel, and died December 8, 1938 in Fay, Blaine County, Oklahoma. Andrew Abercrombie later moved his family of 2 young children to Beloit, Kansas. At Beloit, 10 of their 13 children were born. One child, Arkansas Belle Abercrombie ("Arkansas Abercrombie") was born while the family was visiting in that state. In early 1893 or 1894, the family which included 12 surviving children ranging in age from 1 to 26, made the long trek from Beloit to settle in Boyd Township where they were described by one writer as "A big group of fine, happy people". The 13 children of Andrew Abercrombie and Nancy Abercrombie were:



George Delona Abercrombie ("George Abercrombie") born June 23, 1867 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, and died on September 25, 1895;

Exer Abercrombie born January 15, 1869 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, married November 9, 1897 to a Miles, and died June 20, 1931. Exer Miles had 4 children:

Ester Miles;

Andrew Miles;

Paul Miles; and,

Ila Lois Miles ("Ila Miles");

Newton Sampson Abercrombie ("Newton Abercrombie") born February 26, 1871 in Lincoln County, Kansas, married November 15, 1895 to a Nora?, and died June 27, 1964. Newton Abercrombie and Nora Abercrombie had 7 children:

Carl Abercrombie;

Claude Abercrombie;

Edna Abercrombie;

Eula Abercrombie;

Ora Edith Abercrombie ("Ora Abercrombie");

Audrey Mae Abercrombie ("Audry Abercrombie"); and,

Aubrey Newton Abercrombie ("Aubrey Abercrombie");

Mitty Abercrombie born October 14, 1872 in Lincoln County, Kansas, and died January 21, 1878;

Young Andrew Abercrombie ("Young Abercrombie") born May 19, 1874 and died about 1943. Young Abercrombie had 6 children:

Wayne Abercrombie;

Clem Abercrombie ("Clemeth Abercrombie"? & "Clemith Abercrombie"?);

Viola Abercrombie;

Letha Abercrombie;

Geneva Abercrombie; and,

Orma Abercrombie;

Nancy Abercrombie ("Nannie Abercrombie") born April 28, 1876 in Lincoln County, Kansas, and died September 26, 1953;

Arkansas Belle Abercrombie ("Arkansas Abercrombie" & "Isabell Abercrombie"?) born December 3, 1877 in Benton, Arkansas, married December 7, 1899 to a McKay, and died March 25, 1904. Arkansas McKay had 3 children:

Earl McKay;

Marie McKay; and,

an infant who died at birth and Arkansas also died during the childbirth;

Sarah Alice Abercrombie ("Sarah Abercrombie") born February 3, 1880 in Beloit, Mitchell County, Kansas, married Sidney Ruckman Tomlinson ("Sidney Tomlinson") February 2, 1899 in Oklahoma Territory in Fay, Baine County, Oklahoma, and died July 23, 1909. Sidney Tomlinson and Sarah Tomlinson had 3 children:

Glenn Tomlinson;

Harlan Tomlinson; and,

Cecil Tomlinson. Sarah Abercrombie had a grandson named:

Roger Tomlinson who lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma;

Levica Lucretia Abercrombie ("Levica Abercrombie") born February 8, 1882 in Beloit, Mitchell County, Kansas, married James Milton Frans ("James Frans") on February 17, 1909, and died August 17, 1965. James Frans and Levica Frans had 12 children:

Vera Edna Frans ("Vera Frans");

Lola Pauline Frans ("Lola Frans");

Morty Edgar Frans ("Morty Frans" & "Morton Frans"?);

Elvin Milton Frans ("Elvin Frans");

Allen Clarence Frans ("Allen Frans");

Alta Clarice Frans ("Alta Frans");

Hubert Kirby Frans ("Hubert Frans");

Etta Lucille Frans ("Etta Frans");

Nova Doris Frans ("Nova Frans");

Jack Hardin Frans ("Jack Frans" & "John Frans"?);

Betty Jean Frans ("Betty Frans" & "Elizabeth Frans"?); and,

Arda Lou Frans ("Arda Frans");

Rachel Granie Abercrombie ("Rachel Abercrombie") born February 13, 1885 in Beloit, Mitchell County, Kansas, and died April 6, 1908;

John William Abercrombie ("John Abercrombie") born November 25, 1886 in Mitchell County, Kansas, and died in August 1953. John Abercrombie had a son named:

Taylor Abercrombie;

Clem Harvey Abercrombie ("Clem Abercrombie", "Clemith Abercrombie"? & "Clemeth Abercrombie"?) born November 3, 1889 in Mitchell County, Kansas, married June 7, 1913, and died December 13, 1976 in Custer City, Oklahoma. Harvey Abercrombie had 3 children:

Ossie Mae Abercrombie ("Ossie Abercrombie");

Ethyl Mae Abercrombie ("Ethyl Abercrombie"); and,

Carl Ben Abercrombie ("Carl Abercrombie" & "Benjamin Abercrombie"?); and,

Fannie Elizabeth Abercrombie ("Fannie Abercrombie", "Lizzie Abercrombie" & "Frances Abercrombie"?) born November 21, 1892 in Mitchell County, Kansas, married a Porter on August 26, 1912, and died January 22, 1968. Fannie Porter had 10 children:

Harold Porter;

Velma Porter;

John Henry Porter ("John Porter");

Jack Porter;

Nancy Lee Porter ("Nancy Porter");

Earl Porter;

Dean Porter and who died on January 25, 1870;

Max Porter;

Jennie Marie Porter ("Jennie Porter"); and,

Willa Mae Porter ("Willa Porter");

(xv) REBECCA ABERCROMBIE married a Baker and drowned in the Coosa River; and possibly;

(xvi) ESSIE ABERCROMBIE who married J.H. Glaze;

(NOTE: Other persons buried in the Wahoo Baptist church in Hall County, Georgia who are apparently related to William Abercrombie, and possibly other Abercrombies, are:



Jessie Abercrombie born September 13, 1909 and died March 13, 1940;

Fannie Lelia Abercrombie ("Fannie Abercrombie" & “Frances Abercrombie”?) born April 13, 1879 and died April 13, 1964;

John Abercrombie born January 15, 1880? and died March 11, 1963?;

Eugenia Gillespie, wife of W.D. Abercrombie ("William Abercrombie"?) who was born July 16, 1872 and died August 3, 1918;

Isabella Abercrombie born January 3, 1832 and died August 16, 1905;

Carrie G. Abercrombie ("Carrie Abercrombie") born May 26, 1890;

William D. Abercrombie ("William Abercrombie") born October 28, 1871 and died May 18, 1954;

Clem A. Jones ("Clem Jones", "Clemith Jones"? & "Clemeth Jones"?) born about 1870 and died about 1960;

India R. Jones ("India Jones") born about 1871 and died about 1935;

Birdie Mae Jones ("Birdie Jones") born April 26, 1906;

Dewey Maydole Jones ("Dewey Jones") born August 7, 1904 and died April 27, 1945;

Hoke Jones born June 3, 1900 and died July 4, 1964; Young Jones, Jr. born about 1929 and died about 1930;

Jo Winifred Jones ("Jo Jones") born October 11, 1912 and died July 26, 1937; Mamie Kenimer Jones Barnes ("Mamie Barnes" & "Mamie Kenimer") born December 18, 1879 and died July 8, 1917;

J.W. Jones born November 8, 1872 and died September 11, 1912;

Marjorie L. Abercrombie ("Marjorie Abercrombie") born January 18, 1940 and died September 17, 1945;

Betty Lou Abercrombie Fields ("Betty Fields" & "Lou Fields") born about 1943 and died November 11, 1960 at the age of 17;

G.B.W. Abercrombie born December 15, 1861, married Mary Jane Ingram ("Mary Ingram"), and died November 28, 1947. Mary Ingram was born November 9, 1872 and died March 7, 1919;

Charles D. Stringer ("Charles Stringer") born December 30, 1880 and died July 16, 1959;

Victoria Stringer born May 20, 1884;

Jack Stringer born March 21, 1896 and died February 26, 1920;

W.T. Stringer born October 12, 1854 and died August 8, 1941; and,

Cordelia Stringer born September 3, 1858 and died January 11, 1938.

Buried in the Yellow Creek Baptist Campground Cemetery in Hall County, Georgia, near Wahoo Baptist Church Cemetery, are the following:



Austin Young Abercrombie ("Austin Abercrombie") born October 15, 1880 and died April 25, 1959;

S. Jane Abercrombie ("S. Abercrombie" & "Sarah Abercrombie") born October 18, 1875 and died July 7, 1955;

Y.F. Abercrombie born September 3, 1869 and died November 6, 1930; and,

Cora Marie Abercrombie ("Cora Abercrombie") born about 1832 and died about 1941.

Buried in Concord Cemetery in Lumpkin County, Georgia is:



Mary Pruitt Stringer ("Mary Stringer") born January 3, 1895 and died October 12, 1955.

Buried in the Mount Hope Cemetery in Dalhonega, Lumpkin Counry,, Lumpkin County, Georgia is:



Thomas E. Abercrombie ("Thomas Abercrombie") born December 23, 1889 and died October 8, 1957; and,

the infant daughter of John B. Abercrombie ("John Abercrombie") who apparently died at birth January 22, 1961.411

(2). ELIZABETH CAVENDER ("Elizabeth Betsy Cavender", "Betsey Cavender" & "Betsy Cavender") born November 24, 1799 in either North Carolina or South Carolina, first married Charles A.J. Head ("Charles Head") on January 22, 1818 in Hall County, Georgia, later married J.M. Dodd, and died either on about 1822438, 476 & 493 or about 1892494 in Hall County, Georgia. Charles Head was born either about 1795 or about 1792438 in South Carolina, the son of John S. Head ("John Head" or "James Head"?) and Lucy Anidel ("Lucy Amidel"?) of Westmoreland County, Virginia, died about 1891, and is buried in the Concord Baptist Cemetery in Forsyth County, Georgia. Charles Head apparently remarried another "Betsy" who was likewise born in South Carolina. Charles Head received a land grant in Hall County, Georgia, then in Lumpkin County, and then in Dawson County in 1827. The 1850 census of Lumpkin County, Yahoola District enumerates Charles Head as being age 55 and born in South Carolina about 1795; his wife Betsy Head age 50 and born in South Carolina about 1805; and their children as being John Head age 15 and born in Georgia about 1835; George Head; James Head age 13 born in Georgia about 1837; Elizabeth Head age 8 and born in Georgia about 1842; and, Martha Head age 5 and born in Georgia about 1845. Charles Head and Elizabeth Cavender Head (“Elizabeth Head”) had a total of 11 children:



(i) ANDREW JACKSON HEAD ("Andrew Head");

(ii) ISAAC HEAD who married Hetty Cavender ("Betty Cavender"? & "Elizabeth Cavender"?) September 7, 1840 in Hall County, Georgia;

(iii) FANNY HEAD ("Frances Head");

(iv) JOEL HEAD;

(v) LYDIA HEAD;

(vi) SUSANNAH HEAD ("Susan Head") who married Tom Cooper ("Thomas Cooper") from England who explored Cooper's Gap which is named after him. Tom Cooper and Susan Cooper had a daughter named:

Martha Cooper who was born about 1849;

(vii) John Head born about 1835 in Georgia;

(viii) George W. Head ("George W. Haid", "George Head" & "George Haid") married Nancy Cavender on either September 16, 1858 or September 6, 1853425 in Union County, Georgia with Justice of the Peace John Hayes performing the ceremony;

(ix) James A. Head ("James Head") born about 1837 in Georgia;

(x) Elizabeth Head born either about 1842 or about 1818 in Hall County, Georgia, married John Marion Dodd (“J.M. Dodd” & "John Dodd") on December 22, 1861 in Lumpkin. John Dodd and Elizabeth Dodd had 2 children:

Mary Dodd who married T. Iverson Summerour ("Iverson Summerour"). Iverson Summerour and Mary Summerour had a daughter named:

Kate Summerour who married J.C. Slaton. J.C. Slaton and Kate Slaton had a daughter named:

Rebekah Slaton who married J.T. Wilson; and,

an unknown son; and,

(xi) Martha Head born about 1845 in Georgia;

(3) MILCHIA ANN CAVENDER (“Michia Ann Cavender”,511 “Michia Cavender”, "Melchia Ann Cavender"493, “Melchian Cavender”, "Milchia Cavender", "Milcha Cavender", "Milkie Cavender", "Mikley Cavender", "Milchah Cavender", “Milca Cavender”476 & "Milky Cavender") born on February 6, 1802 in either Hall County, Georgia493 & 494 Murray County, Georgia511 or in Oconee, South Carolina476, married Hiram Montgomery on January 23, 1819 in Hall County, Georgia, died on January 12, 1888 in Murray, Hall County, Georgia, and is buried in Montgomery-McEntire Family Cemetery on the McEntire Farm, Southeast Corner, Murray County, Georgia. Hiram Montgomery was born on July 16, 1796 in South Carolina, was the son of William M. Montgomery ("William Montgomery") and Ailsey Crittenden, died December 10, 1867 in Murray County, Georgia, and is buried with his wife. In 1820, Hiram Montgomery was in Habersham County, Georgia, in 1832 he was in the militia with apparently his brothers Jake Montgomery, Jasper Montgomery and John Montgomery. By 1835, he was established in Murray County, Georgia. Hiram Montgomery and Milchia Montgomery ("Milky Montgomery") apparently had 16 children:

(i) WILLIAM MONTGOMERY born on November 28, 1819 in Hall County, Georgia, first married Elizabeth Trimble on July 24, 1843 in Murray County, Georgia, later married Sophronia Black on June 15, 1856 in Murray County, Georgia, served as a Lt. in CSA, J..F. Groover’s Company E, 40th Georgia Regiment, Stovall’s Brigade, died March 20, 1896 in Lawrence County, Missouri, and is buried in the Spring River Cemetery in Lawrence County, Missouri. Elizabeth Trimble was born January 6, 1822 in Georgia, was the daughter of Joseph Trimble and an Asley, and died April 16, 1853, probably in Murray County, Georgia. Sophronia Black was born December 25, 1835 in North Carolina, was the daughter of Joseph Black, and died February 6, 1908 in Lawrence County, Missouri. William Montgomery and Elizabeth Montgomery had 2 children:

Ibba Carolina Montgomery (“Ibba Montgomery”) born June 21, 1844 in Murray County, Georgia, married J.J. Hooper about 1863, probably in Murray County, Georgia and died May 28, 1864 in Georgia; and,

Milkey Ann Montgomery (“Milkey Montgomery”) born August 18, 1846 in Murray County, Georgia, married John Thomas Nix (“John Nix”) on May 17, 1866 in Gordon County, Georgia, died February 27, 1941 in McClain County, Oklahoma. John Nix was born February 19, 1847 in Murray County, Georgia, and died November 23, 1934 in McClain County, Oklahoma.

William Montgomery and Sophronia Montgomery had 7 children:



Thomas Munrow Montgomery (“Thomas Montgomery”) born April 25, 1856 in Murray County, Georgia, and died July 19, 1872 in Gordon County, Georgia;

Samuel Henderson Montgomery (“Samuel Montgomery”) born April 26, 1858 in Murray County, Georgia, married Elisabeth Etienette Soffray (“Elisabeth Soffray” & “Elizabeth Soffray”?) on February 2, 1881 in Seligman, Barry County, Missouri, died December 23, 1931 in Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma, and is buried in the Highland Cemetery in Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma. Mary Soffray was born March 9, 1861 in Lyon, France, died October 27, 1934 in Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma, and is buried with her husband:

William Montgomery and Sophronia had 7 children:



Thomas Munrow Montgomery (“Thomas Montgomery”) born April 25, 1856 in Murray County, Georgia, and died July 19, 1872 in Gordon County, Georgia;

Samuel Henderson Montgomery (“Samuel Montgomery”) born April 26, 1858 in Murray County, Georgia, married Mary Elisabeth Etienette Soffray (“Mary Soffray”, Elizabeth Soffray”? & “Elisabeth Soffray”) on February 2, 1881 in Seligman, Barry County, Missouri, died July 19, 1872 in Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma, and is buried in Highland Cemetery in Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma. Mary Soffray was born March 9, 1861 in Lyon France, died October 27, 1934 in Lawton, Comanche County, Oklahoma, and is buried with her husband;

Francis Bartow Montgomery (“Francis Montgomery”) born September 27, 1861 in Resaca Township, Gordon County, Georgia;

George Washington Montgomery (“George Montgomery”) born November 28, 1863 in Gordon County, Georgia;

Florence Cordelia Montgomery (“Florence Montgomery”) born July 15, 1866 in Gordon County, Georgia;

William Colquitt Montgomery (“William Montgomery”) born February 13, 1870 in Gordon County, Georgia; and,

Joseph Black Montgomery (“Joseph Montgomery”) born in September 1873 in Lawrence County, Missouri;

(ii) THOMAS MONTGOMERY born on either June 16, 1821493 & 511 or on January 16, 1821438 in Hall County, Georgia, and married Amanda Malvina Baxter ("Amanda Baxter") on November 17, 1843 in Murray County, Georgia, and died after May 29, 1852 in California;

(iii) REBECCA MONTGOMERY born on either May 1, 1823493 or on May 6, 1823438 & 511 in Hall County, Georgia, and Sanford Haines, and died after 1870 in Arkansas;

(iv) ELIZABETH ALICE MONTGOMERY ("Elizabeth Alsey Montgomery", “Elizabeth Alcey Montgomery”493 & "Alecy Montgomery") born on either August 24, 1825 or on August 24, 1824438, 493 & 511 in Hall County, Georgia, first married Adam Neal (“Adam Neil”) on July 24, 1845 and later married Joseph Shepherd, and died December 17, 1898 in Barry County, Missouri. By some account, she first married Noah Montgomery on July 2, 1842 and John Thomason, a widower, who was born September 23, 1776. Joseph Shepherd was born on August 24, 1824 in Murray County, Georgia, died on December 17, 1890 in Barry, Missouri, and is buried in the Maddy Cemetery in Barry, Missouri. Adam Neal was born about 1820 in Lincolnton, North Carolina. Adam Neal and Elizabeth Neal had 8 children:



Elizabeth I. Neal (“Elizabeth Neal” & “Elizabeth Neil”) born about 1846 in Murray County, Georgia;

Mary Ann Vasti Neal ("Maryanne Neal”, Mary Neal" & “Mary Neil”) born April 5, 1848 in Murray County, Georgia, married George W. Campbell (“George W. Campbell” & "George Campbell"), and died July 29, 1888. George Campbell was born in 1847 and died July 26, 1913. George Campbell and Mary Campbell had a daughter named:

Georgia Florence Campbell (“Georgia Campbell”) born July 3, 1873, married William H. Duckett, and died January 24, 1950. William Duckett was born December 9, 1870 and died December 7, 1953. William Duckett and Florence Duckett had a daughter named:

Nora Vashti Duckett ("Nora Duckett" & "Nora Ducket"?) born November 18, 1892, married Clarence Eugene Gibson ("Clarence Gibson") who was born August 10, 1894 and died August 8, 1960. Clarence Gibson and Nora Gibson had a daughter named:

Delores Catherine May Gibson ("Delores Gibson") who was born December 25, 1926 and married Owen Philip Allen ("Owen Allen" & “Dusty Allen”) who was born October 24, 1918;

Amanda C. Neal (“Amanda Neal” & “Amanda Neil”) born about 1850 in Murray County, Georgia;

George Washington Neal (“George Washington Neill”, “George Neal” & “Gorge Neill”) born on May 6, 1852 in Murray County, Georgia, and married Jessie Gertrude Fiske (“Jessie Fiske” & “Jessie Fisk”) who, in turn, was born about 1852. George Neal and Jessie Neal (“Jessie Neil” & “Jessie Neill”) had no known children

Johanna Neall (“Johanna Neil” & “Johnna Neill”) was born on June 12, 1854 in Murray County, Georgia;

Margaret Neal (“Margaret Neil” & “Margaret Neill”) was born about 1856 in Murray County, Georgia;

John Berry Neal (“John Neill”, “John Neil” & “John Neal”) was born on April 20, 1861 in Murray County, Georgia, and married Sarah Ellen Cook (“Sarah Cook”) who was born about 1861 in Texas. John Neill and Sarah Neill (“Sarah Neil” & “Sarah Neal”) had no known children; and,

Milchie Ann Mahala Neal (“Milchie Neal”, “Milchie Neill”, “Ann Neil”, “Milchie Neil”, “Ann Neil”, “Mahala Neil”, “Ann Neil” & “Ann Neal”) born on November 22, 1871 in Georgia, and married a Shepherd. Milchie Shepherd (“Ann Shepherd” & “Mahala Shephard”) had no known children;279, 371 & 438

(v) WILLIAM MONTGOMERY born on November 28, 1819;


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