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4 George Beauford MOORE, a son of Anna Pierce and Lee Moore, was born 30 June 1909 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son (George, aged 11 months) in his parents? household in the 1910 Emanuel County census, as Buford, aged 9 years in the 1920 census, and as age 18 in the 1930 census. He also was named as a surviving son in his father?s 1946 obituary.

He married Flossie Wood.

There are no known children.

He died 1 January 1955 at the age of 44 years in Emanuel County5 and was buried at Antioch Church Cemetery. 
Family: F496
 
5 He has not been identified by anything beyond his name at this date and not relationship has been established with Iris. However, the following records might be of interest for future research:

National Archives and Records Administration. U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, 1938-1946 [Archival Database]; World War II Army Enlistment Records; Records of the National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 64; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.
Name: Rupert W. Crouse; Birth Year: 1925; Race: White, citizen; Nativity State: New York; Residence: Erie County, New York; Enlistment Date: 19 April 1944; Enlistment Place: Buffalo, New York; Branch: Air Corps; Grade: Private; Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War; Source of Army Personnel: Enlisted Reserve or Medical Administrative Corps (MAC) Officer; Component: Reserves; Education: 2 years of college; Civil Occupation: Student; Marital Status: Single, without dependents.


Ancestry.com. Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2009. Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration: Name: Rupert Crouse; SSN: 066-20-0016; Born: 6 December 1925; Died: July 1968; State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951).

Find A Grave Memorial # 48205714: Rupert W. Crouse; Born: 6 December 1925; Died: 30 July 1968; parents: Addison Eliot Crouse and Alice Edith Jimeson; Cemetery: Memorial Heights Cemetery, Salamanca, Cattaraugus County, New York.

The Randolph (NY) Register, 11 May 1951, p. 6, Col. 1: "Rupert Crouse of the U. S. Airforce from Boston, Mass., spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Alice Snyder." 
Family: F814
 
6 Ida Lou was married to Unidentified Love and she had two children, W. T. and Rosa Love, prior to her marriage to Carl. Family: F378
 
7 Lera FINDLEY, a daughter of Celia Boatright and William Oustin Findley, was born 13 April 1918 in Emanuel County, Georgia. She was named as a daughter, aged 2 years, in her parents household in the 1920 Emanuel County census, and as age 11 in the 1930 census. She also was listed as a surviving daughter in her father?s 1969 obituary and in her mother?s 1971 obituary. In addition, she was named as a surviving sister in Sheppard H. Findley?s 1980 obituary.

She married Coy Ephraim Youmans about June 1939. He was born in Wesley, Taylor County, Georgia on 20 February 1918.

They had one son:

i. Coy Bryant YOUMANS

Lera and Coy were divorced at some time after they celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in 1964.

Lera died 21 May 1996 in University Hospital, Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia. She was a resident of Oak Park. She was buried 23 May 1996 in Shepherd H. Findley Cemetery, Oak Park, Emanuel County.

Coy died 24 July 2001. He was buried in New Hope Cemetery, Emanuel County. 
Family: F400
 
8 Madison McDonald BOATRIGHT, the second child of Julia Ann Sconyers and Reubin Boatright Jr., was born 8 June 1855 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was included in his parents? household in the 1860 Emanuel County census at age 6 years, in the 1870 census at age 17 years2 and he was named as a surviving son in his father?s 1911 obituary.

He married about 1875 Mary Elizabeth Coleman, who was born about January 1856 in Georgia. The family was enumerated in the 1880 Emanuel County census as follows: Madison Boatright, age 25; Lizzie, age 25, wife; James, age 2, son; all born in Georgia.

By 1900, the family had moved to the 1340th GMD in Bulloch County, Georgia where they were recorded in the census as follows: Madison Boatwright, born June 1855, age 44, married 25 years, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, farmer, could read and write, owns farm, mortgage free; Mary E., wife, born January 1856, age 44, mother of 12 children, 3 children living, born in Georgia, could read and write; James D., son, born February 1878, age 22, single, born in Georgia, teamster, could read and write; Maud, daughter, born September 1888, age 11, attended school, could read and write, born in Georgia; Fred, son, born August 1893, age 6, born in Georgia, attended school, could read and write.

The Atlanta Constitution recorded in 1906 that; ?Mr. and Mrs. Mack M. Boatright and children of Bulloch county, have this week been the guests of Mr. Boatright?s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Boatright, at Longview.?

The family apparently moved to Lyons, Toombs County prior to 1910. They were recorded there in the 1910 census as follows: Max M. Boatwright, head, age 54, married once, married first at age 34 years, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, proprietor, livery stable, employer, could read and write, rented, house; Mary B., wife, age 54, married once, married first at age 34 years, mother of 12 children of whom 3 are living, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, could read and write; James D., son, age 32, single, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, woodsman, naval store, wage earner, not out of work, could read and write; Maud, daughter, age 21, single, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, could read and write; Fredrick, son, age 16, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, driver, livery, wage earner, not out of work, could read and write; Annie Mixon, boarder, age 25, widow, mother of 1 child, no children living, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, could read and write.
They had the following children:

i. James Dennis BOATRIGHT
ii. Infant son, born & died 1879,
buried Hawhammock Cemetery,
Emanuel County
iii. Infant, born & died 1881, buried
Hawhammock Cemetery
iv. Infant son, born & died 1883,
buried Hawhammock Cemetery
v. Infant son, born & died 1885,
buried Hawhammock Cemetery
vi. Infant son, born & died 1887,
buried Hawhammock Cemetery
vii. Maud BOATRIGHT
viii. Infant, born & died 1889, buried
Hawhammock Cemetery
ix. Fred BOATRIGHT

Madison died 5 February 1915 in Lyons, Toombs County, Georgia.

Lizzie and sons were recorded in the 1920 Toombs County census as follows: Lizzie Boatright, head, rented house, age 65, widow, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, no occupation; Dennis, son, age 41, single, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, no occupation; Fred Boatright, head, age 26, married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, carpenter, self-employed; and Ella, wife, age 26, married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

By 1930, Lizzie and sons were residing in Claxton, Evans County, Georgia. They were recorded there in the 1930 census as follows: Fred Boatright, head, rented home at $12 rental, age 36, married at 25, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, no occupation, veteran of World War; Ella, wife, housekeeper, age 36, married at age 25, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Marjorie, daughter, age 9, attended school, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Ruby, daughter, age 7, attended school, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Mack, son, age 6, attended school, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Jack, son, 3, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Mary, daughter, age 1 year and 1 month, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Mary, mother, age 76, widow, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; and, Dennis, brother, age 52, single, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.
Lizzie died 23 June 1932 in Claxton, Evans County. 
Family: F48
 
9 Marriage date inscribed on headstone at Norcross Cemetery, Norcross, Gwinnett County, Georgia. Family: F615
 
10 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1259
 
11 Mary Lou MOORE, a daughter of Anna Pierce and Lee Moore, was born 27 February 1906 in Emanuel County, Georgia. She was named as a daughter, aged 5 years, in her parents? household in the 1910 Emanuel County census and aged 13 years in the 1920 census. She also was listed as a surviving daughter in her father?s 1946 obituary and in her mother?s 1957 obituary. In addition, she was named as a surviving sister in George Beauford Moore?s 1955 obituary, in Virgil Fred Moore?s 1966 obituary, in Alma Moore Wells 1983 obituary, in James Lester Moore?s 1985 obituary, and in Henry C. Moore?s 1986 obituary.

She married Lundie Sutton in Emanuel County on 1 September 1923. Lundie was born 28 July 1902.

They were residents of Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, in 1955.

They were recorded in the 1930 Candler County census as follows: Lundy Sutton, head, rents home, lived on a farm, age 26, age 21 when first married, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, could read and write, farmer, general farm, not a veteran; Mary L., wife, house keeper, age 24, age 18 when first married, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, could read and write; Alberta, daughter, age 6, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, could read and write; and, Louise, daughter, age 4, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

They had two daughters:

i. Alberta SUTTON
ii. Aubrey Louise SUTTON

Lundie died 15 June 1952 at his home near Twin City and was buried at Antioch Church Cemetery, Emanuel County.

Mary Lou died 1 March 1988 in Emanuel County, and was buried beside her husband at Antioch Church Cemetery. 
Family: F493
 
12 Olive Salter Minor had been married previously and had two children. Family: F433
 
13 Remarried on 13 June 1975 in Garden City, Chatham County, GA, by Henry A. Cowart. Family: F348
 
14 Robert Wilbur BOATRIGHT, a son of Hedy Roberts and Thomas Pelie Boatright Sr., was born 12 January 1925 at Summit, Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, aged 5, in his parents? household in the 1930 Emanuel County census. He also was named as a surviving son in his mother?s 1971 obituary and in his father?s 1974 obituary. In addition, he was named as a surviving brother in the obituaries of Randall Boatright, John Bernard Boatright, and Bernice Lilian Boatright Gamiza.

He was inducted into service on 7 October 1944 at Ft. McPherson, Georgia. He was honorably discharged from the US Army as Private 1st Class, Service Battery, 284th Field Artillery Battalion, at Finney General Hospital, Thomasville, Georgia on 8 November 1945. His decorations and citations included European-African_Middle-Eastern Theater Ribbon with 1 Bronze Star; and World War II Victory Ribbons.7 His Army enlistment records provide the following additional information: Birth Year: 1925; Nativity State: Georgia: Residence: Emanuel County, Georgia; Grade: Private; Education: Grammar school; Civil Occupation: Geographer; Marital Status: Single, without dependents.

Robert was a resident of the Atlanta/Lawrenceville area by 1971. He then was a resident of Buford in Gwinnett County.

He was a pallbearer at the funerals of his uncle Ruben Boatright and aunt America Cowart Boatright in 1947, and at his uncle Benjamin Boatright?s funeral in 1951.

Robert married Mildred Lucile ?Lucy? Bryant on 9 June 1946 in Swainsboro, Emanuel County. She was born 4 June 1926 in Emanuel County. She was employed by the Internal Revenue Service.

They had three sons:

i. Robert Earl BOATRIGHT
ii. Louis Wayne BOATRIGHT, b. 18 May
1956 in Atlanta, GA, d. 25 Sept.
1956
iii. Cecil Warren BOATRIGHT

Lucy died 18 May 1998 in Buford, Gwinnett County, Georgia and was buried in Broadlawn Memorial Gardens, in Buford.

Robert died 27 May 2000 in Buford and also was buried beside Lucy. 
Family: F413
 
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F371
 
16 Alice Ione ABERNATHY, a daughter of Penelope Elizabeth Hooks and Augustus Linford Abernathy, was born in Emanuel County, Georgia on 1 May 1906. She was named as a daughter, age 4, in her parents' household in the 1910 Emanuel County census, and as age 13 in the 1920 Emanuel County census. She also was named as a surviving daughter in her mother's 1948 obituary.

She married James E. Williams in Emanuel County on 7 November 1926. He was born 8 June 1902 in Wadley, Jefferson County, Georgia.

They were recorded in the 1930 Jefferson County, Georgia census as residents of Wadley. The census provided the following information: Jim Williams, head, rented home at $8 rental, does not live on a farm, age 27, married first at age 24, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, truck driver, bottling plant, wage earner, was working at time of the census; and, Ione, wife, housekeeper, age 23, married first at age 20, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

They had no known children.

Ione died 22 September 1959 in Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia, and was buried at Bethany West Cemetery, Jefferson County.

James died 13 January 1969 in Augusta and also was buried at Bethany West Cemetery. 
Alice Ione ABERNATHY
 
17 Augustus Linford "Gus" ABERNATHY Jr., a son of Penelope Elizabeth Hooks and Augustus Linford Abernathy, was born in Emanuel County on 30 October 1911. He was named as a son, age 9, in his parents' household in the 1920 Emanuel County census and as age 18 in the 1930 Emanuel County census.

Augustus was living in a rented house on which $5 rent was paid when he was recorded living in Ward 3 of Twin City in the 1940 Emanuel County census. He and his mother were recorded as follows: Lizzie Abernathy, answered census questions, head, age 72, widow, completed two years of high school, born in Georgia, lived in the same place on 1 April 1935, did not work, unable to work, had no source of income; and, Augustus Abernathy, son, age 27, single, completed eight grades of school, born in Georgia, lived in the same place on 1 April 1935, was working the week of 24 March, worked 48 hours the week of 24 March, salesman at furniture store, wage earner, worked 52 weeks in 1939, earned wages of $520, had no other source of income.

He was named as a surviving brother in Ione Abernathy Williams' 1959 obituary and in Jeremiah Linford Abernathy's 1972 obituary. He was a resident of Statesboro, Georgia, in 1959 and of Decatur, Georgia, in 1972.

Augustus enlisted in the Army during World War II. His enlistment papers provided the following information: Augustus Abernathy; Birth Year: 1911; Race: White, citizen; Nativity State: Georgia; Residence: Emanuel County, Georgia; Enlistment Date: 14 August 1942; Enlistment Place: Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia; Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA; Grade: Private; Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War; Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men); Source: Civil Life; Education: Grammar school; Civil Occupation: Bandsman, Oboe or Parts Clerk, Automobile; Marital Status: Single, with dependents; Height: 71 inches; Weight: 182 pounds.

He died in DeKalb County, Georgia on 9 November 1977.

No further information. 
Augustus Linford ABERNATHY, Jr.
 
18 Austin E. ABERNATHY, a son of Penelope Elizabeth Hooks and Augustus Linford Abernathy, was born in Emanuel County on 24 March 1908. He was named as a son, age 2, in his parents? household in the 1910 Emanuel County census and as age 11 in the 1920 Emanuel County census.

He died 22 April 1929 in Summit, Emanuel County, Georgia, and was buried at Hebron Cemetery, Garfield, Emanuel County. 
Austin E. ABERNATHY
 
19 Dorothy ABERNATHY (Penelope Elizabeth5 "Sis" Hooks, Nancy Missouri4 Burt, Mary Ann3, Reubin2, Daniel1), a daughter of Penelope Elizabeth Hooks and Augustus Linford Abernathy, was born in Emanuel County, Georgia, on 9 August 1902. She was named as a daughter, age 6, in her parents' household in the 1910 Emanuel County census and as age 17 in the 1920 Emanuel County census. She also was named as a surviving daughter in her mother's 1948 obituary. In addition, she was named as a surviving sister in Ione Abernathy Williams' 1959 obituary and in Jeremiah Linford Abernathy's 1972 obituary.

She married Calvin Joyce Woodell on 2 June 1923 in Emanuel County. He was born on 3 November 1898 in Macon County, North Carolina, a son of Deborah Lowery and the Rev. W. R. Woodell.

Calvin registered for the World War I draft in Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina on 12 September 1918. His draft registration card provided the following information: Calvin J. Woodell; born in Mankin[?], Macon County, North Carolina; age 19; born on 3 November 1898; occupation, assistant depot agent, D. W. Newell, Cornelia, Ga., nearest relative, Mrs. Deborah Woodell, Raynham, North Carolina; signed name, C. J. Woodell; physical description: medium height, medium build, black eyes, black hair, no physical disabilities.

They were recorded in the 1930 Emanuel County census as follows: Calvin J. Woodell, head, owned home valued at $2500, owned a radio, age 31, married, married first at age 26, born in North Carolina, parents born in North Carolina, agent for railroad, wage earner, was working at time of the census, was not a veteran; Dorothy, wife, housekeeper, age 26, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, married first at age 20; and, Robert G., son, age 1 year and 2? months, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

When the 1940 Emanuel County census was taken, they lived in Twin City in their own house valued at $1050. The family was recorded as follows: C. J. Woodell, answered the census questions, head, age 40, married, completed one year of college, born in North Carolina, lived in the same house on 1 April 1935, was working the week of 24 March, worked 54 hours the week of 24 March, railroad agent, paid wages, worked 52 weeks during 1939, paid $1100 wages in 1939, had no other source of income; Dorothy Woodell, wife, age 33 years, married, completed four years of high school, born in Georgia, lived in the same house on 1 April 1935, was working the week of 24 March, worked 40 hours the week of 24 March, assistant railroad agent, non-paid worker; Robert Graham Woodell, son, age 12 years, attended school, completed four grades of school, born in Georgia, lived in the same house on 1 April 1935; and, Calvin Gerald Woodell, son, age 7 years, attended school, completed two grades of school, born in Georgia, lived in the same house on 1 April 1935.

They had four children, of whom two lived to adulthood:

i. Joyce Augustus WOODELL born 4 June 1924;
died 24 November 1924; buried Coleman
Cemetery
ii. Robert Graham WOODELL
iii. Calvin Gerald WOODELL
iv. William Purvis WOODELL born 27 April 1936;
died 24 November 1938; buried Coleman
Cemetery

Calvin died on 5 May 1948 in Fort Gordon, Georgia, and was buried in Coleman Cemetery (also known as Twin City Cemetery), Emanuel County.

Dorothy married second Arnold Jackson Woods of Portal, Bulloch County, Georgia. He was born on 17 January 1894. He had been married previously to Janie Okella Davis and they had two children.

Arnold died on 14 April 1972 in Portal, Bulloch County, and was buried at Poplar Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Bulloch County.

Dorothy died on 14 October 1980 in Bulloch County and was buried beside Calvin at Coleman Cemetery. 
Dorothy ABERNATHY
 
20 Jeremiah Linford ABERNATHY, a son of Penelope Elizabeth Hooks and Augustus Linford Abernathy, was born in Twin City, Emanuel County, Georgia, on 14 September 1900. He was named as a son, age 8, in his parents' household in the 1910 Emanuel County census and as age 19 in the 1920 Emanuel County census. He also was named as a surviving son in his mother's 1948 obituary. In addition, he was named as a surviving brother in Ione Abernathy Williams' 1959 obituary.

He married Flara A. Brinson in Emanuel County on 5 September 1925. She was born on 11 March 1906 in Swainsboro, Emanuel County, a daughter of Lula and John R. Brinson.

Jerry and Flara were recorded in the 1930 Orlando, Orange County, Florida census as follows: J. L. Abernathy, head, owned home valued at $2500, owned radio, did not live on a farm, age 29, married first at age 24, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, laundryman, laundry, wage earner, was working at time of the census, was not a veteran; and, Flora, wife, housekeeper, age 24, married first at age 19, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, bookkeeping, laundry, wage earner, was not working at time of the census.

During the 1935 Florida state census, they resided in Lake Underhill, Precinct 24 of Orange County. They were recorded with the following details: Jerry Abbernethy, Address: Orlando, Route 4; Age 35; Race: White; Relation to Family: Husband; Place of Birth: Georgia; Degree of Education: Grammar School; Owner or Renter: Owner; Occupation: Laundry Manager; and Flara Abbernethy; Address: Orlando, Route 4; Age 30; Relation to Family: Wife; Place of Birth: Georgia; Degree of Education: Grammar School; Owner or Renter: Owner; Occupation: Sales Lady.

In 1945, Jerry and Flara were still residing in Orange County. They were recorded there in the 1945 Florida state census as follows: Jerry L. Abernathy, Route 5, outside of city limits, age 44, born in Georgia, high school education, works at laundry; and, Flara A., Route 5, age 39, born in Georgia, high school education, works as a clerk.

They had no known children.

Jerry died on 13 May 1972 in Indian River, Indian River County, Florida, and was buried in Crestlawn Cemetery, Vero Beach.

Flara died in Vero Beach, Indian River County, on 4 December 1979 and also was buried in Crestlawn Cemetery. 
Jeremiah Linford ABERNATHY
 
21 Edna May ALLMOND, a daughter of Nannie Lou Durden and James Oscar Allmond, was born on 15 January 1910 in Candler County (then Bulloch County), Georgia. She was named as a daughter, age 5 months, in her parents? household in the 1910 Bulloch County census, and as age 10 in the 1920 Tattnall County, Georgia census.She also was named as a surviving daughter in her father?s 1969 obituary and in her mother?s 1970 obituary.

When the 1930 census was recorded, she was living with her aunt, Ada Durden Mercer, in Pulaski, Candler County, Georgia. The census provided the following information: Edna Allmond, niece, age 18, attended school, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

She married Jack Braswell. He was born in Bulloch County on 30 June 1912.

They were residents of Statesboro, Bulloch County, Georgia.

They had one adopted son, Jerry Jack.

Edna died 9 August on 1971 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, and was buried in East Side Cemetery, Statesboro, Bulloch County.

Jack died 6 January on 2005 in Hawkinsville, Pulaski County, Georgia, and also was buried in East Side Cemetery. 
Edna May ALLMOND
 
22 Jewel ALLMOND, a daughter of Nannie Lou Durden and James Oscar Allmond, was born on 9 December 1914 in Tattnall County, Georgia. She was named as a surviving daughter in her father?s 1969 obituary and in her mother?s 1970 obituary. She also was named as a surviving sister in Edna M. Allmond Braswell?s 1971 obituary.

There was a daughter named Nannie, age 4 years and 9 months in her parents? household in the 1920 Tattnall County census. This possibly was another name for Jewel because she was recorded as Jewell, age 15, in the 1930 Tattnall County census.

Jewel married Leo Bernard Mixon. He was born on 19 February 1906 in Bulloch (now Candler)County, Georgia, a son of Kimmie Parrish and Marshall Mixon. He had been married previously and had a daughter, Maybelline.

They had three children:

i. Bobby Dean MIXON
ii. Leo Bernard MIXON Jr.
iii. Judy MIXON

Jewel was employed as a sales clerk in Costons 5 & 10 store and attended Lake Primitive Baptist Church. They were residents of Metter, Candler County, Georgia.

Leo died on 8 September 1986 in Statesboro, Bulloch County, Georgia and was buried in Lake Cemetery, Candler County.

Jewel died on 24 August 2001 in Metter, Candler County. She was buried in Lake Cemetery beside Leo. 
Jewell ALLMOND
 
23 Josephine ALLMOND, a daughter of Nannie Lou Durden and James Oscar Allmond, was born on 30 June 1921 in Tattnall County, Georgia. She was named as a daughter, age 8, in the 1930 Tattnall County census. She also was named as a surviving daughter in her father?s 1969 obituary and in her mother?s 1970 obituary. In addition, she was named as a surviving sister in Edna May Allmond Braswell?s 1971 obituary and in Jewell Allmond Mixon?s 2001 obituary.

She married Zeb L. Deese in Winnsboro, Fairfield County, South Carolina, on 9 April 1940. He was born on 29 October 1919 in Union County, North Carolina, a son of Docia Laney and Ben Deese.

Zeb served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He served as a Seaman 2nd Class on the USS Guam CB2, Serial No. 931-22-59, from 17 September 1944 until 1 January 1946.

She and Zeb had three children:

i. Linda Faye DEESE
ii. Larry Randall DEESE
iii. Danny Ray DEESE

They were residents of Lancaster, South Carolina.

Josephine died on 6 March 2003 in Lancaster and was buried at Mount Zion Baptist Church, Monroe, North Carolina.

Zeb died on 24 September 2006 in Lancaster and also was buried at Mount Zion Baptist Church. 
Josephine ALLMOND
 
24 Mary Lou ALLMOND, a daughter of Nannie Lou Durden and James Oscar Allmond, was born on 17 April 1924 in Tattnall County, Georgia. She was named as a daughter in her parents' household, age 6, in the 1930 Tattnall County census and as age 15 in the 1940 Candler County, Georgia census. She also was named as a surviving daughter in her father's 1969 obituary and in her mother's 1970 obituary. In addition, she was named as a surviving sister in Edna May Allmond Braswell's 1971 obituary.

She married John Francis "Jack" Lynch in 1944 in Hillsborough County, Florida.

They had three children:

i. Jamie LYNCH
ii. Jacqui LYNCH
iii. Patti LYNCH

She was a resident of San Jose, California in 1971.

Mary died on 18 April 2000 in Hayden, Kootenai County, Idaho. 
Mary Lou ALLMOND
 
25 Maxie Ophelia ALLMOND, a daughter of Nannie Lou Durden and James Oscar Allmond, was born on 28 July 1907 in Metter, Candler County (Bulloch County, at the time), Georgia. She was named as a daughter, age 2, in her parents? household in the 1910 Bulloch County, Georgia census, and as age 12 in the 1920 Tattnall County, Georgia census. She also was named as a surviving daughter in her father?s 1969 obituary and in her mother?s 1970 obituary. In addition, she was named as a surviving sister in Edna M. Allmond Braswell?s 1971 obituary and in Jewell Allmond Mixon?s 2001 obituary.

She was unmarried and was a resident of Tampa, Florida. She started her life?s employment with a telephone company when telephones were not a common household utility. She was recorded in the 1930 Hillsborough County, Florida census as follows: Maxie Allmond, boarder, age 21, single, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, bookkeeper, telephone company, wage earner, was working at time of the census.

Maxie died on 5 December 2002 in a Tampa, Hillsborough County, nursing home. 
Maxie Ophelia ALLMOND
 
26 Pauline ALLMOND, a daughter of Nannie Lou Durden and James Oscar Allmond, was born 6 August 1917 in Tattnall County, Georgia. She was named as a daughter, age 2 years and 5 months, in her parents? household in the 1920 Tattnall County, Georgia census and as age 12 in the 1930 Tattnall County census. She also was named as a surviving daughter in her father?s 1969 obituary and in her mother?s 1970 obituary. In addition, she was named as a surviving sister in Edna May Allmond Braswell?s 1971 obituary, Jewell Allmond Mixon?s 2001 obituary, and Josephine Allmond Deese?s 2003 obituary.

She married Himon Turner ?Bossy? Hadden on 8 June 1935 in Candler County, Georgia. He was born 8 May 1917 in Candler County, a son of Kimmie Parrish and Himon Hadden. He was a half-brother to Leo Bernard Mixon, who married Jewel Allmond, Pauline?s sister.

They had two daughters:

i. Jean HADDEN
ii. Missouri Ann HADDEN

Himon died in Metter, Candler County, on 6 March 1965 and was buried at Lake Church Cemetery, Candler County.

Pauline was a long-time resident of Metter, Georgia, but had moved to Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida by 2001.

Pauline died on 5 November 2010 in Temple Terrace, Hillsborough County, Florida, and was buried beside Himon at Lake Church Cemetery. 
Pauline ALLMOND
 
27 Luther Dewey BAGGETT, the youngest son of Clifford C. Pierce and Joshua E. Baggett, was born on 31 December 1903 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son (Luther D., aged 6 years) in his parents' household in the 1910 Emanuel County census. In the 1920 Emanuel County census, he was listed as Dewey, aged 16 years. He also was named as a surviving son in his father's 1934 obituary and in his mother's 1948 obituary.

He married Matie Hayes in Emanuel County on 22 October 1922. They were married by L. L. Deal, M.G. Matie was born on 14 January 1907 in Emanuel County, daughter of Nola Hall and Leroy Hayes.

They were recorded in the 1930 Emanuel County census as follows: Dewey Baggett, head, rented house, lived on a farm, age 27, age 20 when first married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, farmer, general farm, self-employed, was working at time of census, was not a veteran; Matie, wife, housekeeper, age 23, age 16 when first married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; and, Nola Hayes, mother-in-law, age 47, widow, cannot read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

He moved to Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida with his mother and brother. They were recorded in the 1935 Florida Population census in Fort Lauderdale as follows: Mrs. Clifford Baggett, 635 N.E. 1st Ave., inside city limits, age 52, white, widow, born in Georgia, grammar school education, rented, child nurse; Robert Lee Baggett, age 24, son, born in Georgia, grammar school education, roofer; and, Luther Dewey Baggett, age 21, son, born in Georgia, grammar school education, roofer.

Luther lived in a rented house, $5 a month rent, at 640 North Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale when the 1940 Broward County census was taken. The family was recorded as follows: L. D. Baggett, head, age 31, married, completed eight grades of school, born in Georgia, lived in the same place on 1 April 1935, was not at work the week of 24 March but had a job, proprietor roofing company, building construction industry, worked on own account, worked 50 weeks in 1939, earned no salary in 1939, had other sources of income in 1939; Mittie Baggett, wife, age 33, married, completed eight grades of school, born in Georgia, lived in the same place on 1 April 1935, was at work the week of 24 March, worked 54 hours the week of 24 March, checker at laundry, wage earner, worked 30 weeks in 1939, earned $240 in wages in 1939, had no other source of income in 1939; and, Cecelia Baggett, answered census questions, mother, age 66, widow, married, completed eight grades of school, born in Georgia, lived in the same place on 1 April 1935, engaged in housework, had no source of income in 1939.

Dewey died on 7 May 1978 in Swainsboro and was buried in Hall Cemetery, Modoc, Emanuel County.

No issue.

Matie married second Melvin Molvig.

Matie died on 11 January 1982 in Shreveport, Louisiana, and was buried near Dewey in Hall Cemetery.  
Luther Dewey BAGGETT
 
28 Robert Lee BAGGETT, the oldest son of Clifford C. Pierce and Joshua E. Baggett, was born on 27 July 1898 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, aged 1 year, in his parents' household in the 1900 Emanuel County census and, aged 11 years, in the 1910 Emanuel County census. He also was named as a surviving son in his father's 1934 obituary.

He married Mary Alice Swafford/Swofford on 5 August 1917 in Emanuel County. Mary was born on 27 January 1902 in Georgia. She possibly was born in Emanuel County, Georgia, a daughter of Mary A. Elizabeth and Robert Lee Swafford/Swofford.

Robert registered for the World War I draft in Swainsboro, Emanuel County on 12 September 1918. The draft registration card provided the following information: Robert Lee Baggett; P. O. Dellwood, Emanuel County, Georgia; age 20; born 27 July 1898; natural born citizen; farming, employed by T. J. Scott, Dellwood; nearest relative, J. E. J. Baggett of Dellwood; signed Robert Lee Baggett; medium height, medium build, brown eyes, dark hair.

In the 1920 Emanuel County census, the couple was enumerated as follows: Robert, age 21, married, born in Georgia, father and mother born in Georgia, could read and write, rented home, farmer; and Alice, age 18, born in Georgia, father and mother born in Georgia, could read and write. They lived beside his parents.

They had two daughters:

i. Ruth BAGGETT
ii. Robbie Louise BAGGETT, born 20
December 1924, died 19 June 1925

Mary Alice died on 22 December 1924, probably as a result of childbirth. She was buried in Hall Cemetery, Modoc, Emanuel County. No death certificate can be located for her in Georgia.

Robert married second Daisy Myrtle Weeks in Lee County, Florida, in 1927. She was born in Florida on 20 August 1911.

He was recorded in the 1935 Florida Population census in Fort Lauderdale with his mother as follows: Mrs. Clifford Baggett, 635 N.E. 1st Ave., inside city limits, age 52, white, widow, born in Georgia, grammar school education, rented, child nurse; Robert Lee Baggett, age 24, son, born in Georgia, grammar school education, roofer; and, Luther Dewey Baggett, age 21, son, born in Georgia, grammar school education, roofer.

Robert and family lived in a rented house, $13 a month, at 1820 South Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale when the 1940 Broward County census was taken. They were recorded as follows: Robert L. Baggett, answered census questions, head, age 42, married, completed eight grades of school, born in Georgia, lived in the same place on 1 April 1935, was not at work the week of 24 March, seeking work, out of work for six weeks, roofer in building construction, wage earner, worked 32 weeks in 1939, earned $960 in wages in 1939, had no other source of income in 1939; Daisy M. Baggett, wife, age 28, married, completed no grades in school, born in Florida, lived in the same place of 1 April 1935, was at work the week of 24 March, worked 45 hours the week of 24 March, press operator at laundry, wage earner, worked 52 weeks in 1939, earned $624 in wages in 1939, had no other source of income in 1939; Thelma L. Baggett, daughter, age 12, attended school, completed five grades of school, born in Alabama, lived in the same place on 1 April 1935; and, Mildred F. Baggett, daughter, age 10, attended school, completed three grades of school, born in South Carolina, lived in the same place on 1 April 1935.

They were recorded in the 1945 Florida Population census in Broward County as follows: Robert L. Baggett, 120 NW 2 Street, in city limits, age 47, born in Georgia, high school education, baggage agent; Daisy Mirtle, age 33, born in Florida, grade school education, laundry; Thelma Louise, age 17, born in Alabama; 9th grade, laundry; Mildred Frances, age 15, born in South Carolina, 7th grade, student.

They had two daughters:

i. Thelma Louise BAGGETT
ii. Mildred Frances BAGGETT


Robert died on 31 January 1947 in Broward County, Florida, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Fort Lauderdale.

Daisy died on 12 January 1970 in Alachua County, Florida. 
Robert Lee BAGGETT
 
29 Charles Amos BARFIELD, a son of Susan Frances Boatright and William Leander Barfield, was born on 24 October 1903 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, aged 6 years, in his parents' household in the 1910 Emanuel County census and as aged 16 years in the 1920 census. He also was listed as a surviving son in his mother's 1953 obituary, and a surviving brother in Ledora Barfield Britt's 1943 obituary, and in James Brinson Barfield's 1967 obituary. His residence was Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida.

Charles married first Willie Maude McCoy in Emanuel County on 12 December 1923. She was born on 25 February 1911 in Georgia. They were recorded in the 1930 Emanuel County census as follows: Charles Barfield, head, rented house, lived on a farm, age 26, age 19 when first married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, farmer, general farm, self-employed, was working at time of the census, was not a veteran; Maude, wife, housekeeper, age 26, age 19 when first married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; and, Alpha, daughter, age 5, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

They had one daughter:

i. Alpha Faye BARFIELD

The date when Charles left Emanuel County is uncertain. According to a legal notice in the local newspaper, Charles made application for a delayed birth certificate in July 1943. They were in Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, by the time of the 1945 Florida census. They were recorded as follows: C. A. Barfield, male, age 40, born in Georgia, high school education, worked for U.S.S. Corporation; Maude, female; age 39, born in Georgia, housewife; and, Alapha, female, age 20, born in Georgia, high school education, bookkeeper.

Maude died on 22 July 1963 in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Charles married second Mrs. Addie Glada Williams on 20 January 1964 in Okeechobee County, Florida. She was born on 25 February 1911.

Lester Williams, the son of Addie Williams (Charles' second wife), gave an affidavit on 20 December 1985 regarding Charles and Willie Maude:

2. That he [Lester Williams] personally knew C. A.
Barfield, a/k/a Charles Amos Barfield, as his
stepfather and Maude Barfield, his first wife during
their lifetime.
3. That they were married to each other prior to
January 10, 1952, and that marriage was never
terminated by any court order or decree prior to the
death of Maude Barfield.
4. That the said Maude Barfield, a/k/a Willie Maude
Barfield, died on July 22, 1963, and C. A. Barfield
died on May 17, 1977, and a copy of his death
certificate is filed in Official Record Book 4391,
Page 1627.

Charles died in Canal Point on 17 May 1977. He was buried at Port Mayaca Cemetery, Martin County, Florida. Addie died on 25 August 1984 in Palm Beach, Florida.

Lester Williams, once again, gave an affidavit on 28 November 1984 about Charles and Addie:

2. That he [Lester Williams] is the son of Addie G.
Barfield.
3. That C. A. Barfield and Addie G. Barfield were
married to each other at least prior to March 3, 1969.
4. That the marriage described above was never
terminated by any court order or decree.
5. That C. A. Barfield, a/k/a Charles Amos Barfield
died on May 17, 1977, in Palm Beach County, Florida,
and a copy of his death certificate is filed in
Official Record Book 4397, Page 1627. That Addie G.
Barfield died on August 25, 1984, and her estate is
now being probated in Palm Beach County, Florida,
Probate No. 84-3570-CP. 
Charles Amos BARFIELD
 
30 James Brinson BARFIELD, a son of Susan Frances Boatright and William Leander Barfield, was born 28 June 1910 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, age 7, in his parents? household in the 1920 Emanuel County census and as age 19 in his mother?s household in the 1930 census. He also was named as a surviving son in his mother?s 1953 obituary, and as a surviving brother in Ledora Barfield Britt?s 1943 obituary. His residence was in Dublin, Laurens County, Georgia, at that time.

He was baptized in Hawhammock Baptist Church on 18 September 1955.

He married Docia McDaniel in Emanuel County on 9 April 1933. She was born 4 April 1916, a daughter of Henry G. McDaniel Sr.

Docia died 3 February 1955 in Laurens County, Georgia and was buried at Hawhammock Church Cemetery.

James died 11 March 1967 in Swainsboro, and was buried in Hawhammock Cemetery,Emanuel County, beside his wife.

No children are known from this marriage. 
James Brinson BARFIELD
 
31 Lora Murtis BARFIELD, a daughter of Susan Frances Boatright and William Leander Barfield, was born on 11 October 1918 in Emanuel County, Georgia. In the 1920 Emanuel County census, she was named as a daughter in her parents' household, but her age was given as unknown. In the 1930 census she was named as a daughter, age 11, in her mother's household. She also was named as a surviving daughter in her mother's 1953 obituary, and as a surviving sister in Ledora Barfield Britt's 1943 obituary, and in James Brinson Barfield's 1967 obituary.

She married Joseph Otis Neal on 4 August 1938 in Aiken, South Carolina. He was born 17 July 1911 in Richmond County, a son of Pearl Futrelle and Joseph Emory Allen Neal.

Immediately after their marriage, they resided at 416 Crawford Avenue in Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia, with Otis? parents, Joseph and Pearl Neal, and his brothers and sisters. They were residing at that address in 1940 and Otis? occupation was listed as a textile worker at J. P. King Manufacturing Company by the City Directory. In 1946 Otis was employed at US Arsenal, in 1947-1948 he was an auto repairman at Arsenal, and in 1949 he was employed at Camp Gordon. He eventually retired as an outboard motor mechanic for Sullivan Marine Company. While Otis? employers changed, he and Lora remained on Crawford Avenue in Augusta for the remainder of their lives.

They had two children:

i. Frank Allen NEAL
ii. Cheryl Ann NEAL

Lora died 31 December 1983 in Augusta and was buried at West View Cemetery, Augusta.

Otis died 2 August 1987 also in Augusta and was buried beside Lora. 
Lora Murtis BARFIELD
 
32 Mathew Lewis BARFIELD, a son of Susan Frances Boatright and William Leander Barfield, was born on 4 March 1921 in Swainsboro, Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, age 9, in his mother's household in the 1930 Emanuel County census and as age 19 in the 1940 Emanuel County census. He also was named as a surviving son in his mother's 1953 obituary. In addition, he was named as a surviving brother in Ledora Barfield Britts 1943 obituary, James Brinson Barfield's 1967 obituary, Lora Barfield Neal's 1984 obituary, William Ray Barfields 1987 obituary, and Ruben Earnest Barfield's 1996 obituary.

He served in the Army during World War II, which is reflected in his 1943 residence in Fort Pond, California and Camp Beale, California. His Army enlistment records provide the following information: Mathew L. Barfield; Birth Year: 1921; Nativity State: Georgia Residence: Emanuel County, Georgia; Enlistment Date: 12 November 1942; Enlistment Place: Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia; Grade: Private; Education: Grammar school; Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman; Marital Status: Single, with dependents; Height: 71 inches; Weight: 147 pounds.

While serving in the army, Mathew was a driver of light trucks with the rank of T/5 in the 37th Infantry Division. He served in the central Pacific, Southern Philippines, and Ryukyus and was awarded Distinguished Unit Badge, Bronze Arrowhead, Asiatic Pacific Service Medal with 3 bronze stars, American Defense Service Medal, American Service Medal, Philippine Liberation Ribbon, and the Good Conduct Medal. His discharge papers note the following physical description: brown eyes, black hair, 5?6-1/2? height, 150 pounds. He was discharged 24 December 1945 at Fort McPherson, Georgia.

He married first Bessie Mae McKinzie in Emanuel County on 12 October 1946. Nothing is known of this marriage.

He was a resident of Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida in 1953, and a resident of Indiantown, Martin County, Florida in 1967. He moved to Donaldsonville, Seminole County, Georgia, where he operated a variety store, but had become a resident of Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia by 1987.

He married second Ida Lou Molton Williams on 10 March 1950 in Okeechobee County, Florida. She was born on 11 November 1919.

They had one son:

i. Ricky S. BARFIELD

Ida died on 20 September 1985 in Donalsonville, Seminole County, Georgia, and was buried in Friendship Cemetery in Seminole County.

Mathew married third Nelle Wariuse Screws Lupato, who was born on 24 December 1921.

Mathew died on 31 January 2008 in Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia, and was buried in Hawhammock Church Cemetery, Emanuel County.

Nelle died on 18 September 2009 also in Augusta and was buried beside Mathew at Hawhammock Church Cemetery. 
Mathew Lewis BARFIELD
 
33 Ruben Earnest BARFIELD, a son of Susan Frances Boatright and William Leander Barfield, was born on 28 March 1916 in Emanuel County, Georgia, a twin to his brother Rufus. He was named as a son, aged 3 years and 9 months, in his parents' household in the 1920 Emanuel County census and as age 14 in his mother's household in the 1930 Emanuel County census. He also was named as a surviving son in his mother's 1953 obituary, and as a surviving brother in LeDora Barfield Britt's 1943 obituary, in James Brinson Barfield's 1967 obituary, in Lora Barfield Neal's 1984 obituary, and in William Ray Barfield's 1987 obituary. His residence was Swainsboro in 1943 and 1953, but he had moved to Pahokee, Florida by 1967, and then to Canal Point, Florida by 1987.

Ruben married first Mary Alice Dixon on 25 December 1937 in Emanuel County. She was born on 10 June 1920 in Emanuel County, a daughter of Mary Agnes Portwood and Henry Richard Dixon.

Ruben and Mary Alice were living with her parents outside of Twin City when the 1940 Emanuel County census was taken. The extended family was recorded as follows: Henry Dixon, answered census questions, head, age 46, married, completed 4 grades of school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, at work on public emergency work the week of 24 March, worked 28 hours the week of 24 March, laborer for WPA, government worker, worked 24 weeks in 1939, had sources of income other than wages in 1939; Mary A. Dixon, wife, married, age 42, completed 5 grades of school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, engaged in housework; Mary Barfield, daughter, age 19, married, completed seven grades of school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, engaged in housework; and Ruben Barfield, son-in-law, age 24,married, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, was at work the week of 24 March, worked 40 hours the week of 24 March, laborer for state highway, wage earner, worked 52 weeks in 1939, earned wages of $600 in 1939, had no other source of income.

They were living in Greenville, South Carolina, with his twin brother Rufus in 1945 and were recorded there in the city directory. The listing was as follows: Ruben E. Barfield (Mary A.), machinist operator, Gaylord Container, residence 7a 9th Avenue (Judson Mills No 2).

Mary Alice died on 6 July 1945 in Greenville, and was buried in Hawhammock Cemetery, Emanuel County. They had no children.

He married second Mary Elizabeth Prince in Hendersonville, North Carolina, on 9 October 1945. She was born on 16 April 1924 in Gaston, North Carolina. She was an Eastern Star.

Ruben was pastor of Missionary Baptist Church, Canal Point, Florida, where he served for 32 years before his retirement. He was a Mason.

They had four children:

i. Loretta Earnestine BARFIELD
ii. Mary Frances BARFIELD
iii. Wanda Kay BARFIELD
iv. John Allan BARFIELD

He died on 15 December 1996 in Dublin, Laurens County, Georgia, and was buried at Hawhammock Cemetery.

Mary Elizabeth died on 25 November 2002 in Dublin and also was buried at Hawhammock Church Cemetery. 
Ruben Earnest BARFIELD
 
34 Rufus Steven BARFIELD, a son of Susan Frances Boatright and William Leander Barfield, was born on 28 March 1916 in Emanuel County, Georgia, a twin to his brother Ruben. He was named as a son, aged 3 years and 9 months, in his parents' household in the 1920 Emanuel County census and as age 14 in his mother's household in the 1930 census. He also was listed as a surviving son in his mother's 1953 obituary, and as a surviving brother in Ledora Barfield Britt's 1943 obituary, and in James Brinson Barfield's 1967 obituary. His residence, as noted in all three obituaries, was in Greenville, South Carolina.

He married Opal Brown on 16 October 1938. She was born on 26 May 1918 in Elberton, Georgia, a daughter of Annie Evans and Paul C. Brown.

They were living on a farm outside of Swainsboro when the 1940 Emanuel County census was taken. They rented their house for $10 a month. The census provided the following details: Rufus Barfield, head, age 24, married, completed six grades of school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, was at work the week of 24 March, worked 40 hours the week of 24 March, laborer on a farm, wage earner, worked 52 weeks in 1939, earned $208 in wages in 1939, had no other source of income in 1939; Opel Barfield, wife, age 22, married, completed four years of high school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, engaged in housework, had no income in 1939; and, Rufus P. Barfield, son, age 3 months, born in Georgia. They were living next to Rufus? mother at that time.

They were recorded in the 1945 Greenville, South Carolina, city directory living with his brother Ruben. The listing contained the following information: Rufus S. Barfield (Opal), machinist operator, Gaylord Container, residence 7a 9th Avenue (Judson Mills No 2), householder.

They had four children:

i. Rufus Paul BARFIELD
ii. Billy BARFIELD
iii. Larry BARFIELD
iv. Anne BARFIELD

Rufus died on 11 June 1970 in Greenville and was buried in Graceland Memorial Cemetery West.

Opal died on 11 June 2007 also in Greenville and was buried beside Rufus. 
Rufus Steven BARFIELD
 
35 Sallie Ledora BARFIELD, a daughter of Susan Frances Boatright and William Leander Barfield, was born on 17 July 1906 in Emanuel County, Georgia. She was named as a daughter, aged 3 years, in her parents' household in the 1910 Emanuel County census and as aged 13 years in the 1920 Emanuel County census.

She married Nathaniel Britt in Emanuel County on 10 December 1922. He was born 9 March 1901 in Emanuel County, a son of Amelia Rye and William Britt.

They were first recorded in the 1930 Emanuel County census as follows: Nathan Britt, head, rented home at $3 rental, lived on a farm, age 27, age 20 when first married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, laborer, turpentine, possibly self-employed [There was a "W" in that column, but an "O" appears to have been written over it.], was not a veteran; Ledora, wife, housekeeper, age 24, age 16 when first married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Ollie, daughter, age 6, attended school, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Sarah Frances, daughter, age 4 years and 3 months, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; and, Evoied, son, age 1 year and 7 months, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

They had four children:

i. Ollie Amelia BRITT
ii. Sara Frances "Soddy" BRITT
iii. James Evoid BRITT
iv. Helen Elizabeth BRITT

Ledora was a member of Hawhammock Baptist Church. She was listed on the 1926 and 1938 membership rolls. A notation that she was deceased was entered beside her name on the 1938 membership roll.

She died 3 November 1943 in Swainsboro, Emanuel County, and was buried at Hawhammock Church Cemetery, Emanuel County.

Nathan died 6 November 1965 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia and was buried at Melwood Cemetery, Stone Mountain, DeKalb County, Georgia. 
Sallie Ledora BARFIELD
 
36 Thelma Ardeth BARFIELD, a daughter of Frances Boatright and William L. Barfield, was born 16 May 1908 in Emanuel County, Georgia. She was named as a daughter, aged 1 year, in her parents' household in the 1910 Emanuel County census, and aged 11 years in the 1920 census. She also was named as a surviving daughter in her mother's 1953 obituary, and as a surviving sister in Ledora Barfield Britt's 1943 obituary, in James Brinson Barfield's 1967 obituary, in Lora Barfield Neal's 1984 obituary, and in William Ray Barfield's 1987 obituary. She was a resident of Elbert County in 1948, but moved from Elberton to Starr, South Carolina between 1967 and 1987.

She married Arthur B. Howell on 25 October 1926 in Hartwell, Hart County, Georgia. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on 31 October 1976 with a reception given by their children at the Rock Branch Church in Elberton.

They were recorded in the 1930 Hart County, Georgia, census as follows: Arthur Howell, head, rented home, lived on a farm, age 30, married first at age 27, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in South Carolina, farmer, general farm, self-employed, was working at time of the census, was a veteran of World War I; Thelma, wife, housekeeper, age 21, age 18 when first married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; and, A. B., son, age 7 months, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

They had four children:

i. Ray HOWELL
ii. Lillie Bell HOWELL
iii. Shirley HOWELL
iv. Barbara HOWELL

Arthur died on 22 February 1981 in Starr, Anderson County, South Carolina, and was buried in Rock Branch Baptist Cemetery, Elbert County, Georgia.

Thelma died on 13 June 1994 in Starr and was buried beside Arthur in Rock Branch Baptist Cemetery. 
Thelma Ardeth BARFIELD
 
37 William Ray BARFIELD, a son of Susan Frances Boatright and William Leander Barfield, was born on 21 December 1912 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, age 7, in his parents' household in the 1920 Emanuel County census and as age 19 in his mother's household in the 1930 census. He also was listed as a surviving son in his mother's 1953 obituary, and as a surviving brother in LeDora Barfield Brit'?s 1943 obituary, in James Brinson Barfield's 1967 obituary, and in Lora Barfield Neal's 1984 obituary. In addition, he served as a pallbearer at the funeral of Stephen Ernest Boatright. His residence was in Swainsboro, Emanuel County.

He married Venera Neal in Emanuel County on 11 April 1936. She was born on 26 June 1909 in Emanuel County, a daughter of Lucinda and Rufus Neal.

Venera and daughter Betty Lou were living with her parents near Twin City when the 1940 Emanuel County census was taken. They were recorded as follows: Venera Barfield, daughter, age 30, married, completed four years of high school, born in Georgia, lived in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, engaged in housework; had no source of income in 1939; and, Betty Lou Barfield, granddaughter, age 1, born in Georgia. Ray was not present.


They had two daughters:

i. Mary Ann BARFIELD
ii. Betty Lou BARFIELD

Ray became a member of Hawhammock Baptist Church in 1955. He served the church in a number of roles, including Assistant Superintendent of Sunday School and deacon.

After working for the State Highway Department, Ray retired and made Swainsboro his permanent home.

Venera died on 27 December 1983 in Emanuel County, and was buried in Hawhammock Church Cemetery, Emanuel County.

After Venera's death, William married second Sarah Nell Ellis on 25 January 1986 in Emanuel County.

Ray died on 22 October 1987 in Statesboro, Bulloch County, Georgia, and was buried beside his first wife, Venera, in Hawhammock Church Cemetery. 
William Ray BARFIELD
 
38 Nellie Elizabeth Missouri BECK, a daughter of Penelope Elizabeth Hooks and James Beck, was born on 16 November 1893 in Graymont, Emanuel County, Georgia. She was recorded at age 6, with her mother, in her grandfather's, Jeremiah Hooks', household in the 1900 Emanuel County census and as 16 years old in the 1910 Emanuel County census.

She married Ellie Lee Claxton in April 1915 in Georgia. He was born on 28 August 1888 in Johnson County, Georgia, a son of Julie Elizabeth Dukes and John Henry Claxton.

They had one son:

i. Ellie Lee CLAXTON Jr.

Ellie registered for the World War I draft in Montgomery County, Georgia, on 5 June 1917. His draft registration card contained the following information: Elley L. Claxton; age 28; address, Soperton, Ga.; born 28 August 1888; natural born citizen; born in Washington County, Bartow, Georgia; occupation, farming; self employed on D. E. Walker farm; dependents, wife; married; no previous military service; signed name E. L. Claxton; physical description: tall, slender, blue eyes, black hair, not bald; precinct 1657.

Nellie died on 8 July 1918 in Emanuel County and was buried in Hebron Cemetery in Garfield.

Ellie Sr. married second Nellie Hall on 3 March 1919 in Emanuel County and they had several children.

When the 1920 Emanuel County census was recorded, Ellie Jr. was living with his grandmother and his step-grandfather, Augustus and Elizabeth Abernathy. The census recorded him as being two years and one month old and stated his relationship as son.

By 1930 the Claxton family had moved to Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida where they resided at 234 King?s Road. The census recorded the family as follows: Ellie L. Claxton, head, rented home at $20 rental, owned a radio, age 42, married first at age 27, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, proprietor, retail store, worked on own account, was not a veteran; Nellie, wife, housekeeper, age 31, married first at age 20, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Ellie L. Jr., son, age 12, attended school, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Hall L., son, age 10, attended school, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Minnie, daughter, age 8, attended school, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; and, Ray J., son, age 6, attended school, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

Ellie and family were recorded in the 1935 Florida Population census in Duval County as follows: Ellie Claxton, Route 5, Box 732, lives outside city limits, age 46, husband, white, born in Georgia, grammar school, home owner, works at service station; Nellie, age 37, wife, white, born in Georgia, grammar school, house wife; Hall, age 15, son, white, born in Georgia, grammar school, student; Mazie, age 13, daughter, white, born in Georgia, grammar school, student; and, Ray, age 11, son, white, born in Georgia, grammar school, student. Ellie Jr. was not present.

Ellie died on 15 October 1965 in Jacksonville, and was buried in Edgewood Cemetery.

Nellie Hall Claxton died 25 July 1995, also in Jacksonville, and was buried in Edgewood Cemetery. 
Nellie Elizabeth Missouri BECK
 
39 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Marjorie Elaine BELL
 
40 Birth Parents were Nan Dora Boatright and Jordan Leon "Jake" Curl. Adopted by Bruce Edward and Carolyn Curl Boatright. Surname legally changed from Curl to Boatright. Algie Lewis BOATRIGHT
 
41 Alvie Elisha BOATRIGHT, the sixth of sixteen children of Harriett Mozelle Deal and William Matthew Boatright, was born 24 April 1912 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, aged 7 years, in his parents? household in the 1920 Emanuel County census and as aged 16 years in the 1930 census. He also was named as a son in his father?s 1950 obituary. In addition, he was named as a surviving brother in Mordecai Boatright?s 1971 obituary, Hyram Grady Boatright?s 1977 obituary, and Irene Boatright Scarboro?s 1981 obituary.

He married Erna Merting about 1941. She was born on 31 October 1919

Their children were:

i. Karl A. BOATRIGHT
ii. Betty BOATRIGHT
iii. Roberta BOATRIGHT
iv. Robert BOATRIGHT
v. Ronna BOATRIGHT
vi. Randy BOATRIGHT

Alvie served in the US Marine Corps and was a World War II veteran. He enlisted in the service on 16 December 1931 and was trained at Parris Island, South Carolina. A partial listing of his muster rolls demonstrate his training, duties, rank, and where he was stationed.

He died Sunday, 7 January 1981 in Ridgeville, Dorchester County, South Carolina.

Erna Boatright died on 6 February 1998 in Ridgeville, Dorchester County, South Carolina. 
Alvie Elisha BOATRIGHT
 
42 Andrew Coleman BOATRIGHT, a son of Essie Lena Coleman and Matthew Lewis Boatright, was born on 16 March 1909 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, aged 12 months, in his parents' household in the 1910 Emanuel County census, as aged 10 years in the 1920 census, and as age 21 in the 1930 Emanuel County census.

He married Marjorie Coleman in Emanuel County on 26 September 1936 by S. J. Flanders, Ordinary. She was born 9 August 1918 in Emanuel County, a daughter of Mary Jane Curl and Jordan Coleman.

When the 1940 Emanuel County census was taken, they lived on a farm in the Nunez community and beside Coleman?s parents. They paid $4 a month for rental of their house. Information provided by the census included: Coleman Boatright, answered census questions, head, age 31, married, completed seven grades of school, born in Georgia, lived in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, was at work the week of 24 March, worked 60 hours the week of 24 March, farm laborer, unpaid family worker, worked 52 weeks in 1939, earned no wages in 1939, had no income in 1939; Marjorie Boatright, wife, age 21, wife, married, completed six grades of school, born in Georgia, lived in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, engaged in housework, had no income in 1939; and, Catherine Louise Boatright, daughter, age 2, born in Georgia.

Their children were:

i. Catherine Louise BOATRIGHT
ii. Andrew Coleman BOATRIGHT Jr.
iii. Ruth BOATRIGHT
iv. Betty Carol BOATRIGHT

Andrew died on 21 August 1951 in Emanuel County as the result of an accident from felling a tree. He was buried at Hawhammock Church Cemetery, Emanuel County. Marjorie became a member of Hawhammock Baptist Church in March of that same year.

In 1973 Marjorie was listed in the Swainsboro city directory as residing at 104 Lewis Street and employed as a cook at Emanuel County Hospital.

She was living in Swainsboro at the Swainsboro Presbyterian Apartments in 2010. She became a resident there in 1984 when the apartments first opened. 
Andrew Coleman BOATRIGHT, Sr.
 
43 Ann Eliza BOATRIGHT (John3, Reubin2, Daniel1), the fifth child of Adaline Melvina Pierce and John Boatright, was born on 2 February 1867 in Emanuel County, Georgia. She was included in her father's household, at age 3 years, in the 1870 Emanuel County census, and as aged 13 years in the 1880 census.

She married Nathaniel D. Cowart, a son of Emily A. Proctor and Curtis Cowart, about 1888. He was born about 1865 in Emanuel County.

The family was recorded in the 1900 Emanuel County census as follows: Nathan Coward, head, born January 1865, age 35, married 12 years, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, farm laborer; Eliza, wife, born May 1866, age 34, mother of six children all of whom were living, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Eddie L., son, born April 1889, age 11, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Robt. A., son, born January 1891, age 9, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Hattie M., daughter, born September 1893, age 6; William P., son, born September 1894, age 5, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Nessie [?] G., daughter, born August 1896, age 3, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; and Emily A. E., daughter, born May 1898, age 2, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

In the 1910 census, the family was enumerated as follows: Nat Cowart, age 50, married once, married 22 years, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, farmer, could read and write; Analiza, wife, age 43, married once, mother of ten children of whom nine were living, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, could read and write; Robt., son, age 16, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, could read and write; Perry, son, age 15, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, cannot read nor write; Hattie, daughter, age 14, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, could read and write; Inez, daughter, age 12, could read and write; Emily, daughter, age 10, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, could read and write, attended school; Murtis, daughter, age 8, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, attended school; Virgie, daughter, age 6, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, attended school; and Nannie, daughter, age 4.

Their known children were:


i. Eddie Lee COWART
ii. Robert Allen COWART
iii. William Perry COWART
iv. Hattie M. COWART
v. Inez G. COWART
vi. Emily A. E. COWART
vii. Myrtice COWART
viii. Virginia "Virgie" COWART
ix. Nannie Bell COWART
x. Infant Cowart
xi. Infant Cowart

Ann died on 18 February 1913 and was buried near two infant children at Hebron Church Cemetery, Garfield, Emanuel County. It is likely that she died either in childbirth, or as a result of childbirth.

Nathan married Mrs. S. S. Moore (Louise Jones) on 21 July 1913. They were recorded in the 1920 Emanuel County census as follows: Nat Cowart, age 55, could read and write, born in Georgia, farmer; Louie, wife, age 44; Nezzie, daughter, age 22, could read and write, born in Georgia; Della, daughter, age 18, could read and write, born in Georgia; Luck, daughter, age 11, could read and write, attends school, born in Georgia; Joe Brown, son, age 9, born in Georgia; Gladice, daughter, age 5, born in Georgia. Additional research needs to be done to determine which of the children in the 1920 census are Ann Eliza?s.

Nat and his family were recorded in the Summit area of Emanuel County in the 1930 census. None of Ann Eliza's children were living with him at that time.

Nathan died on 25 May 1937 in Emanuel County. His obituary stated that he was buried at Hebron, but no tombstone has been located. 
Ann Eliza BOATRIGHT
 
44 Annie BOATRIGHT (Reubin2, Daniel1), the first child of Demaris Rich and Reubin Boatright, was born on 10 July 1853 in Emanuel County, Georgia. She was included in her parents' household in the 1860 Emanuel County census as age 6.

She married George W. Pierce in Emanuel County on 5 June 1869. George was born 31 August 1850.

The newlyweds were enumerated in the 1870 Emanuel County census as George Pierce, age 19, works on farm, born in Georgia, married in June, cannot read, cannot write; and Anna, age 16, keeps house, born in Georgia, married in June, cannot read, cannot write.

In the 1880 Emanuel County census, the family was listed as follows: G. W. Pierce, age 30, wagoner, cannot read nor write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Annie, age 26, wife, cannot read nor write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Henry H., son, age 9, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Clifford, age 6, daughter, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Jonas, age 3, son, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Annie, age 3 months, born March, daughter, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

By the 1900 census, the family consisted of: George Pierce, born August 1847, age 49, married 30 years, farmer; Annie, wife, born July 1848, age 51, mother of eight children, six living; Anna, daughter, born March 1880, age 20; Eva M., daughter, born November 1887, age 12; Rosie, daughter, born November 1889, age 10; Fostoria, daughter, born September 1892, age 7; all born in Georgia.

In the 1910 census, the family included: George W. Pierce, age 58, married 40 years, farmer, cannot read nor write; Annie, wife, age 57, mother of eight children of whom six are living, cannot read nor write; Fostoria, daughter, age 17, could read and write; Dicy [or Mary?] Rich, cousin, age 67; all were born in Georgia, as were their parents.

Annie was a member of Hawhammock Church and was included on the 1907 membership roll. On 11 July 1916 a church committee, which included her brothers Matthew and Charles, was appointed to visit with her, but church minutes of 23 September 1916 record that she was expelled from the church on a charge of departing from the faith. She later rejoined the church and was listed on the 1927 membership roll.

The family by the 1920 census included: George Pierce, age 69, owns farm, cannot read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, farmer, general farm; Annie, wife, age 67, can read, cannot write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Frostena, daughter, age 28, widow, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.
They had the following children:

i. Henry H. PIERCE, b. 29 Nov 1870,
d. 28 March 1883, buried
Hawhammock Church Cemetery
ii. Clifford Clamantha PIERCE
iii. Jonas H. PIERCE
iv. Anna PIERCE
v. Infant PIERCE, born & died 15
January 1883, buried Hawhammock
Church Cemetery, Emanuel County
vi. Eva Malissie PIERCE
vii. Rosa Lee PIERCE
viii. Fostena Gertrude PIERCE

George died on 13 November 1927 in Emanuel County and was buried in Hawhammock Baptist Church Cemetery.

After George's death, Annie went to live with son Jonas and was recorded in the 1930 census as follows: Annie, mother, age 79, widowed, cannot read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

Annie died on 6 August 1933 at her residence in Swainsboro, Emanuel County, and was buried 7 August 1933 in Hawhammock Cemetery beside George. A notation beside her name on the 1927 membership roll of Hawhammock Baptist Church indicated that she died 6 August 1933. 
Annie BOATRIGHT
 
45 Annie Mae BOATRIGHT, a daughter of Maggie G. Key and Britton Benjamin Boatright, was born 14 September 1912 in Emanuel County, Georgia. She was named as a daughter, aged 7, in her parents? household in the 1920 Emanuel County census and as aged 17 years in the 1930 census. She also was listed as a daughter in her father?s 1951 obituary, and as a step-daughter in her step-mother?s 1979 obituary.

She married first Garvis Floyd Lamb, who was born 29 December 1912 in Emanuel County. Garvis was the son of Goy V. Sherrod Lamb ? Annie?s father?s second wife.

They had the following children:

i. Gerald Lee LAMB
ii. Benjamin Floyd LAMB

Annie was a member of the Summertown Home Demonstration Club. She served as hostess for club meetings and attended other organizational meetings in behalf of the Summertown club.

Both Annie and Garvis were active members of Hawhammock Baptist Church. At various times, both served as delegates to Association meetings.

Garvis died 22 June 1966 in Emanuel County and was buried at Hawhammock Church Cemetery in Emanuel County.

After Garvis? death, Annie married second James Rogers. He was born 1 January 1906 in Johnson County, Georgia

Annie died 11 July 1980 in Jefferson County and was buried in Hawhammock Church Cemetery beside Garvis, her first husband.

James died 17 October 1989 in Wadley, Jefferson County, Georgia, and was buried in the Wadley Cemetery. 
Annie Mae BOATRIGHT
 
46 Arlis Dorsey BOATRIGHT Sr., a son of Annie Wease Bryant and Moses Watson Boatright, was born 18 May 1918 in Swainsboro, Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, aged 2 years and 3 months, in his parents? household in the 1920 Emanuel County census and as age 11 years in the 1930 Richmond County, Georgia census. He also was named as a surviving son in his father?s 1973 obituary and in his mother?s 1984 obituary. In addition, he was named as a surviving brother in the 1972 obituaries of Emory Boatright and Leo Boatright, and in the 1984 obituary of Randall Vernon Boatright. He served as a pallbearer at the funeral of his grandfather Matthew Brinson Boatright in 1943.

Arlis was Executor of his father?s estate.

He moved to Augusta with his parents, who were there by 1930. He was listed in the 1935 Augusta City Directory as a student. His address, 1718 Verdery, was the same as his father?s. By 1936, he was listed as a resident of 447 Watkins, which was still his father?s address. In 1937, he still was residing with his parents and he was employed as a battery man at Whittle Battery Services. In 1938, 1939, 1940 and 1941, he still was living with his father at 312 Reynolds Street, Augusta. He was employed as a serviceman at Whittle Battery Service. In the 1947-48 city directory his occupation was a confectioner and he resided at 2146 Midville Road. In the 1947-48 directory Jewel Rhodes was listed as an employee of Arlis D. Boatright and her residence was given as White Road and the corner of Olive. Jewel was to become his wife. He moved to Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia, soon after.

Arlis graduated from the Academy of Richmond County in 1936.

He bought a lot on Reynolds Street in Augusta in 1938 and sold the house at 312 Reynolds Street in 1944.

He married Jewel LaVerne Rhodes, daughter of Norah Gossett [Smith] and William Watson Rhodes. She was born in Augusta on 7 July 1927.

They had five children:

i. Arlis Dorsey BOATRIGHT Jr.
ii. Jenny Lee BOATRIGHT
iii. Susan Ann BOATRIGHT
iv. Donald Watson BOATRIGHT
v. Paula Elaine BOATRIGHT

Arlis died 9 December 2008 in Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia, and was buried in Kennesaw Memorial Park Cemetery, Marietta.

Jewel died in Marietta on 5 June 2012 and was buried beside Arlis in Kennesaw Memorial Park Cemetery. 
Arlis Dorsey BOATRIGHT, Sr.
 
47 Audry Evelyn BOATRIGHT, a daughter of Essie Lena Coleman and Matthew Lewis Boatright, was born on 10 February 1907 in Emanuel County, Georgia. She was named as a daughter, aged 3 years, in her parents' household in the 1910 Emanuel County census and aged as 12 years in the 1920 Emanuel County census. She also was named as a surviving daughter (Mrs. B. M. Rich) in her father's 1953 obituary and as Mrs. Berry Rich in her mother's 1959 obituary. In addition, she was listed as a surviving sister in Andrew Coleman Boatright's 1951 obituary (Mrs. Berry Rich), Kenneth Ivey Boatright's 1953 (Mrs. Berry Rich) obituary, and in Cecil W. Boatright's 1974 obituary (Mrs. Audry Rich). Her Social Security card was issued in Illinois by 1953 and she was residing there when her brother Kenneth died. She was a resident of Millhaven, Screven County, Georgia, in 1951 and 1953, and of Swainsboro in 1959.

She married Fletcher Portwood in Emanuel County on 12 June 1927. The marriage did not last long.

She had two children whose father (or fathers) is unidentified.

They were:

i. Marjorie Evelyn BOATRIGHT
ii. Alton Eugene BOATRIGHT

Audry married Orien Lee Rich about 1928. He was born on 16 February 1899 in Emanuel County, a son of Catherine E. Parrish and David Lee Rich. He had been married previously.

Lee registered for the World War I draft on 12 September 1918 in Emanuel County. His Registration card provided the following information: Name: R. N. Lee Rich; Residence: Modoc, Emanuel County, Age: 19; Date of Birth: 16 February 1899; Race: White; Citizen; Occupation: Farming; Employer: myself; Place of Occupation: Modoc, Emanuel County, Georgia; Nearest Relative, Fannie [?] Rich, wife, Modoc, Emanuel County; Signed: with an ?X? and ?R. N. Lee Rich? written beside the X [possibly by Bessie Ehrlich, the registrar]; Height: Tall; Build: Slender; Color of Eyes: Blue; Color of Hair: Dark Brown; No disabilities; Date of Registration: 12 September 1918.

In the 1930 Emanuel County census, Audry was living with her parents. The census recorded Audry and her children as follows: Audry Rich, daughter, age 23, married, age 20 when first married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Mardgrie Rich, granddaughter, age 4 years and 2 months, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Alton Rich, grandson, age 1 year and 4 months, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; and, Lee Rich Jr., grandson, age 5 months, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia. Lee Sr. was not present in the census.

They were living on a farm near Twin City when the 1940 Emanuel County census was taken. The rental on the house was $4 a month. The information provided by the census included: Lee Rich, head, married, age 42, completed seven grades of school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, was at work the week of 24 March, worked 40 hours the week of 24 March, lived on a farm in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935, farmer, worked on own account, worked 52 weeks in 1939, earned no wages in 1939, had other sources of income in 1939; Audrey Rich, wife, married, age 36, completed one year of high school, born in Georgia, engaged in housework, had no income in 1939; Katherine Rich, daughter, age 8, attended school, completed one year of school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935; and, Lewis Rich, son, age 8, attended school, completed one year of school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Emanuel County on 1 April 1935. Marjorie and Alton were living with Audry?s parents and had the surname Boatright.

She and Lee Rich had four children:

i. Catherine Lois RICH
ii. Louis D. RICH
iii. Orien Lee RICH Jr. b. 9 October
1929, d. 25 September 1941,
buried Antioch Cemetery
iv. Carolyn Lynell RICH

They were divorced before 1952. Lee married again on 1 August 1952.

Audry married Berry M. Rich, a son of Emma Parrish and Matthew Rich. They, too, were divorced.

She married unidentified Ward prior to 1968. Nothing is known of this marriage and she reverted to using the surname Rich.

Berry died in Emanuel County on 4 November 1969 and was buried in Hall Cemetery.

Lee died on 15 November 1969 and was buried at Hawhammock Baptist Church Cemetery.

Audry died on 15 December 1978 in Swainsboro, and was buried in Antioch Cemetery, Emanuel County. 
Audry Evelyn BOATRIGHT
 
48 Barney Alston BOATRIGHT, a son of Willie Corine Coleman and Frank Rhen Boatright, was born on 7 February 1919 in Swainsboro, Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, aged 1 year, in his parents' household in the 1920 Emanuel County census, as age 11 in the 1930 census, and as age 21 in the 1940 Emanuel County census. He also was named a surviving son in his father's 1952 obituary and in his mother's 1985 obituary. In addition, he was named as a surviving brother in Fred Cholan Boatright's 1982 obituary, in Frank Liburn Boatright's 1987 obituary, in Cecil Garland Boatright's 1988 obituary, in Tera Vanneel Boatright Johnson's 1994 obituary, and in Mildred Mozelle Boatright Hodge's 2000 obituary.

He graduated from Swainsboro High School in May 1938.

Barney married Margaret E. Buffinger on 10 July 1941 in Ridgeland, Jasper County, South Carolina. She was born on 23 May 1917 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, a daughter of Kathryn and Henry Buffinger.

Barney served in the Army during World War II. His enlistment papers provided the following information: Name: Barney A. Boatright; Birth Year: 1919; Nativity State: Georgia; Residence: Hamilton County, Ohio; Enlistment Date: 8 May 1943; Enlistment Place: Cincinnati, Ohio; Branch: No branch assignment; Grade: Private; Enlistment for the duration of the War; Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men); Source: Civil Life; Education: 1 year of college; Marital Status: Married. He was inducted into the U.S. Army on 18 May 1943 at Cincinnati, Ohio. His discharge papers stated that he had blue eyes, brown hair, was 5? 11? in height and weighed 185 pounds. His military occupational specialty was Supply NCO 821. The highest rank held was T-Sgt. He was sent overseas on 4 October 1943 and arrived back into the U.S. on 14 January 1946. Decorations and citations for service included Asiatic-Pacific Theatre Ribbon, Good Conduct Ribbon, and Victory Medal of World War II. He was separated from service with an honorable discharge on 21 January 1946 at Separation Center Camp, Atterbury, Indiana.

He was recorded living in Cincinnati, Ohio by 1949 in the Williams' Cincinnati City Directory. He and Margaret were living at 4704 Barrow Avenue. He was a machinist for the Cincinnati MM Company.

He and Margaret had one daughter:

i. Sharon Gayle BOATRIGHT

Barney attended the University of Cincinnati for two years, electronics school for two years, and two years at Milacron Supervisor School. He had moved to 1754 Summit Hills Dr., Cincinnati by 1975.

He was an amateur trap shooter and tied for the 1970 Ohio State Championship.

Margaret died on 5 April 2008 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.

Barney died on 6 October 2009, also in Cincinnati. 
Barney Alston BOATRIGHT
 
49 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Beman Britton BOATRIGHT
 
50 Benjamin Floyd BOATRIGHT (David L.3, Reubin2, Daniel1), a son of Lillian G. Rogers and David L. Boatright, was born on 19 September 1894 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, aged 5 years, in his parents' household in the 1900 Emanuel County census, and as aged 15 years in the 1910 census. He also was named as a surviving son in his father's 1950 obituary. He was a resident of Stillmore, Emanuel County, at that time.

Benjamin registered for the World War I draft in the 1685th GMD, Candler County on 5 June 1917. His draft registration card provided the following information: Benjamin Floyd Boatwright; age 22; post office address: Metter, Candler County, Georgia; born 19 September 1894; natural born citizen; born in Swainsboro, Georgia; occupation: farming, employed by D. L. Boatwright in Metter; single; signed Benjmain F. Boatright; physical description: medium height, medium build, brown eyes, dark brown hair, not bald; no physical disabilities.

He married Sarah Annie Daughtry about 1919. She was born in Georgia, possibly Emanuel County, on 2 April 1897, a daughter of Edna and Walter P. Daughtry.

They were recorded in Floyd's parents? household in the 1920 Candler County census, as follows: D. L. Boatright, age 51; Lilian G., wife, age 49; B. F., son, age 25; Annie, daughter, age 20; Lillian Edna, daughter, age 9 months; J. R., son, age 21; Christen, daughter, age 18.

The family was recorded in the 1930 Candler County census as follows: Benjamin F. Boatright, head, rented home, lived on a farm, age 35, age 23 when first married, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, farmer, general farm, self-employed, worked at time of census; Sarah A., wife, homemaker, age 33, age 20 when married first, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Lillian E., daughter, age 10, attended school, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; and, Walter D., son, age 5, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

Floyd and family lived in a rented house, $3 a month, on a farm in the Stillmore community when the 1940 Emanuel County census was taken. They were recorded in the census as follows: Floyde Boatright, answered census questions, head, age 45, married, completed eight grades of school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Candler County on 1 April 1935, was at work the week of 24 March, worked 50 hours the week of 24 March, farm laborer, worked on own account, worked 40 weeks in 1939, had income from sources other than wages in 1939; Annie Boatright, wife, age 43, married, completed ten grades of school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Candler County on 1 April 1935, engaged in housework, had no income in 1939; and, Walter Boatright, son, age 15, attended school, completed eight grades of school, born in Georgia, lived on a farm in rural Candler County on 1 April 1935, student, had no income in 1939.

They had two children:

i. Lillian Edna BOATRIGHT
ii. Walter David BOATRIGHT

Floyd died on 9 February 1959 in Emanuel County. He was buried in Lake Cemetery, Candler County.

Annie died in Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, on 19 December 1987 and also was buried in Lake Church Cemetery. 
Benjamin Floyd BOATRIGHT
 

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