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901 Miley Walter WATSON, a son of Mittie Lee Jones and James Daniel Watson, was born on 23 February 1899 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was recorded in his parents' household in the 1920 Candler County census as follows: Walter, son, age 21, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, laborer on home farm, can read and write.

He married Maude B. Wallace about 1920 in Candler County. She was born on 14 September 1902 in Georgia. They were recorded in the 1930 Candler County census living in his parents? home. Walter and his family were recorded as follows: Walter, head, rented home, $10 rental, age 31, first married at age 21, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia, salesman, grocery store, wage earner, was not working at time the census was taken; Maude, wife, homemaker, age 27, first married at age 17, could read and write, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Burford, son, age 9, attended school, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia; Miley, son, age 7, attended school, born in Georgia, parents born in Georgia.

They had two children:

i. Walter Buford ?Pete? WATSON
ii. James Miley WATSON

He died on 3 March 1936 in Metter, Candler County, and was buried in Lake Church Cemetery.

Maude married second Avery Allen Alderman on 25 September 1937. He was born on 19 March 1911, possibly in Bulloch County, Georgia. They had a daughter, Jeanette.

They were listed in the list of voters in Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia, for 1947.

Maude died in Metter, Candler County on 25 September 1979. Her obituary stated that she was buried in Hebron Baptist Church Cemetery, but published cemetery inscriptions do not list her name. The Find A Grave website lists her buried at Alderman Cemetery, Bulloch County, Georgia, and has a photo of a double headstone that is shared with Avery.

Avery died in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, on 11 March 1985. He was buried in Alderman Cemetery beside Maude. 
Miley Walter WATSON
 
902 Henry Judson WHITFIELD Jr., a son of Elizabeth Deal and Henry Judson Whitfield Sr., was born on 24 November 1919 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, aged 2 months, in his parents? household in the 1920 Emanuel County census, and as aged 10 years in the 1930 Wheeler County, Georgia census. He also was named as a surviving son in his mother?s 1935 obituary.

He enlisted in the US Marines on 9 January 1939 and served in World War II. He rose in rank from Private to serve as a non-commissioned officer. He was a drill sergeant for part of his career. He retired about 1960 after 21 years of service.

He married Annie Laurie Williamson, daughter of Annie Kimball Johnson and James Lawton Williamson. She was born on 21 February 1921 in Garfield, Emanuel County. She attended Garfield High School and received a post-graduate commercial certificate from that school in May 1939.
H. J. and Annie had three children:

i. Gail WHITFIELD
ii. Henry Craig WHITFIELD
iii. Judy WHITFIELD

H. J. died in an automobile accident near Hagan, Evans County, Georgia on 10 November 1968. He was buried in Summerville Cemetery, Summerville, Dorchester County, South Carolina. When H. J. died, he and Annie were living in Ladson, South Carolina.

Annie Laurie was listed as a surviving daughter-in-law in Henry Judson Whitfield Sr.?s 1972 obituary.

Annie Laurie died on 21 August 1991 in Hanahan, Berkeley County, South Carolina. She also was buried in the Summerville Cemetery. 
Henry Judson WHITFIELD, Jr.
 
903 William Ellis WHITFIELD Sr., a son of Elizabeth Deal and Henry Judson Whitfield Sr., was born on 22 September 1922 in Emanuel County, Georgia. He was named as a son, aged 7 years, in the 1930 Wheeler County, Georgia census. He also was named as a surviving son in his mother?s 1935 obituary and a surviving brother in Henry Judson Whitfield Jr.?s? 1968 obituary.

He married Ruby Mae White on 27 May 1944. She was born on 1 February 1927 in Bryan County, Georgia.

They had six children:

i. William Ellis WHITFIELD Jr.
ii. James Edward WHITFIELD
iii. Charles David WHITFIELD
iv. Jacquelyn WHITFIELD
v. Patricia WHITFIELD
vi. Elizabeth WHITFIELD d. 1952-53

W. E. died in Chatham County, Georgia, on 23 January 1971 and was buried in North Side Cemetery, Richmond Hill, Bryan County, Georgia.

Henry Judson Whitfield Sr.?s 1972 obituary named Mrs. W. E. Whitfield Sr. as a surviving daughter-in-law. Also, the obituary indicated that W. E. had a son named W. E. Whitfield Jr.

Ruby died on 14 February 1980 in Savannah, Chatham County, and also was buried at North Side Cemetery. 
William Ellis WHITFIELD, Sr.
 
904 Carrie Inez WILKES, a daughter of Minnie Lee Boatright and George Washington Wilkes, was born on 1 August 1921 in Hahira, Lowndes County, Georgia. She was listed, age 8, as a niece in the household of J. Isham King and his wife, Viola King, in the 1930 Cook County, Georgia census. Viola King was Carrie's grandmother. Also in the household was Minnie Sapp, Carrie's mother.

Carrie was named as a surviving sister in the 1980 obituary of Grace Lee Wilkes Harris and Carrie also applied for permanent letters of administration upon Grace's estate.

She married William Luther Hinote on 10 May 1937 in Lee County, Florida. He was born on 3 April 1915 in Florida.

They lived next door to her mother in a rented house, $4 per month, in Cecil, Georgia when the 1940 Cook County, Georgia census was taken. They were recorded as follows: William L. Hinote, answered census questions, head, age 25, married, completed eight grades of school, born in Florida, lived in rural Cook County on 1 April 1935, was at work the week of 24 March, worked 70 hours the week of 24 March, attendant at gasoline filling station, wage earned, worked 52 weeks in 1939, earned $364 in wages in 1939, had no other source of income in 1939, father born in Florida, mother born in Florida, spoke English in childhood home, has a Social Security number, deductions were made from wages for Social Security in 1939; Carrie Hinote, wife, age 19, married, completed seven grades of school, born in Florida, lived in rural Cook County on 1 April 1935, engaged in housework, had no source of income in 1939; and, Carolyn M. Hinote, daughter, age 1, born in Georgia.

They had two children:

i. William Thomas HINOTE
ii. Carolyn Marcille HINOTE

They were divorced in 1951 in Lee County.

Carrie married second Harry Francis Goins on 14 July 1954 in Albany, Dougherty County, Georgia. He was born on 14 July 1921 in Jackson County, Indiana, a son of Fred Alonzo Goins and Elizabeth Castor.

They had one daughter:

i. Cheryl GOINS

William died on 13 May 1979 in Venus, Highlands County, Florida.

Harry died on 15 December 2000 in Clayton County, Georgia and was buried in Forest Hills Memorial Gardens, Forest Park, Clayton County. 
Carrie Inez WILKES
 
905 When Christine married Matthew, she went by her married surname "Findley." Christine WILKES
 
906 Earl Raymond WILKES Sr., a son of Minnie Lee Boatright and George Washington Wilkes, was born in Sneed Island, Manatee County, Florida on 18 March 1925. He was named as a nephew, age 5, born in Florida, in the household of J. Isham King and his wife Viola Boatright King in the 1930 Cook County, Georgia census. Viola was his maternal grandmother. His mother, Minnie Sapp, also was in the household and was listed as a stepdaughter.

He was named as a surviving brother in Grace Lee Wilkes Harris? 1980 obituary. He was a resident of Port Sulphur, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, at that time..

He married Alice Demoran. She was born on 9 February 1921 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

They had two children:

i. Earl Raymond WILKES Jr.
ii. Donald Wayne WILKES

Alice died in Covington, Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana on 4 June 1999 and was buried in Pinecrest Cemetery, Covington.

Earl died on 29 October 2006 in Covington and also was buried at Pinecrest Cemetery.

The daughter mentioned in both obituaries might be Alice?s daughter by a previous marriage. 
Earl Raymond WILKES, Sr.
 
907 George W. WILKES, a son of Minnie Lee Boatright and George Washington Wilkes, was born on 7 June 1923 in Georgia. He was named as a nephew, age 7, born in Georgia, in the household of J. Isham King and his wife, Viola King, in the 1930 Cook County, Georgia census. Viola King was his grandmother. Also in the household was Minnie Sapp, his mother.

He was named as a surviving brother in the 1980 obituary of Gracie Lee Wilkes Harris. He was a resident of New Orleans, Louisiana at that time.

He married Marie Louise, surname unidentified.

He died on 22 April 1997 in New Orleans and was buried in Lake Lawn Cemetery. According to a niece, his wife also is buried there.

No further information. 
George W. WILKES
 
908 Grace Lee WILKES, a daughter of Minnie Lee Boatright and George Washington Wilkes, was born on 30 December 1918 in Cecil, Cook County, Georgia. She was named as a daughter, age 1, in her parents? household in the 1920 Cook County census.1 Then, she was named as a niece, age 11, with her stepfather and her mother in the 1930 Cook County census.

She married first unidentified Harris.

She married second Lewis Arnold Stribling. He was born in Pike County, Georgia, on 15 October 1905, a son of Ella Riggins and Arnold A. Stribling. He had at least three children by a previous marriage to Gertrude Bridges: Martha, Barbara Jean, and Donald Lewis.

Lewis died on 9 November 1969 in Waycross and was buried in Stribling Cemetery. Pike County.

Gracie married third William Loyd Cox on 19 March 1973 in Ware County, Georgia. She divorced him on 31 March 1977 in Ware County.

Gracie had no known children.

Gracie died on 31 March 1980 in Clayton County, Georgia, and was buried at Fellowship Baptist Church Cemetery, Cecil, Cook County, next to her father. Upon her death, Carrie W. Goins, her sister, applied for permanent letters of administration upon Grace?s estate. 
Grace Lee WILKES
 
909 Calvin Gerald WOODELL (Dorothy6 Abernathy, Penelope Elizabeth5 ?Sis? Hooks, Nancy Missouri4 Burt, Mary Ann3, Reubin2, Daniel1), a son of Dorothy Abernathy and Calvin Joyce Woodell, was born in Emanuel County, Georgia on 19 November 1932. He was listed as a son, age 7, born in Georgia, in his parents' household in the 1940 Emanuel County census. He also was named as a surviving son in his father's 1948 obituary and in his mother's 1980 obituary. In addition, he was named as a surviving brother in Robert Graham Woodell's 2004 obituary, as a surviving grandson in Penelope Elizabeth Hooks Abernathy's 1948 obituary, and as a surviving step-son in Arnold Jackson Woods' 1972 obituary.

He was a resident of Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia in 1954 and 1956. During those years he was listed in the Augusta City Directory as follows: Calvin G. Woodell; lineman for Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph; resident of 928 Beman Street, Augusta.

He married Margie Burke. She was born on 13 June 1935 in Jenkins County, Georgia, a daughter of Ruby Mae and James Estill. Burke.

They had two daughters:

i. Sonya Joyce WOODELL
ii. Carol Elaine WOODELL

Margie died on 30 August 2002 and was buried in Coleman Cemetery.

Gerald died on 8 July 2009 in Statesboro, Bulloch County, Georgia, and was buried beside Margie at Coleman Cemetery. 
Calvin Gerald WOODELL
 
910 His obituary stated that he was born in Raynham, NC. Calvin Joyce WOODELL
 
911 Robert Graham WOODELL (Dorothy6 Abernathy, Penelope Elizabeth5 ?Sis? Hooks, Nancy Missouri4 Burt, Mary Ann3, Reubin2, Daniel1), a son of Dorothy Abernathy and Calvin Joyce Woodell, was born in Twin City, Emanuel County, Georgia on 6 November 1928. He was named as a son, age 2 months, in his parents' household in the 1930 Emanuel County census and as age 12 in the 1940 Emanuel County census. He also was named as a surviving son in his father's 1948 obituary and in his mother's 1980 obituary. In addition, he was named as a surviving grandson in Penelope Elizabeth Hooks Abernathy's 1948 obituary and as a surviving step-son in Arnold J. Woods' 1972 obituary.

Robert's first wife has not been identified.

He had one daughter:

i. Dorothy Robyn WOODELL

He married second Mary West on 18 December 1999.

Robert died on 31 December 2003 in Stone Mountain, DeKalb County, Georgia, and was buried at Coleman Cemetery, Twin City, Georgia. 
Robert Graham WOODELL
 
912 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Source: S2
 
913 Copy provided at the memorial service, Hawhammock Baptist Church, Emanuel County, GA; obtained by Hilda Boatright Wiggins (deceased)and now in possession of Mary L. Bowman. Source: Biographical Sketch of Daniel Boatright
 
914 Micropublication no. M860, (Washington: National Archives), Roll 5 Source: Daniel Boatright military service jacket (private, company B, Second Georgia Continental Battalion), General Index to Compiled Military Service Records of Revolutionary War Soldiers
 
915 [http://www.cclerk.hctx.net] Source: Harris Co., TX. County Clerk, Probate Court Inquiry System
 
916 www.hixsonfuneralhomes.com Source: J. E. Hixson & Sons Funeral Home
 
917 Vol. VII: pp. 42-43 Source: Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia; a biographical account of some of the early settlers of that portion of Wiregrass Georgia embraced in the original counties....,
 
918 Joseph Terry file, no. S770, Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900; micropublication M804, (Washington: National Archives), Roll 2359. [Note: According to Georgia Citizen and Soldiers, p. 152, Terry actually enlisted on 4 November 1776.] Source: Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900
 
919 Daniel Boatright, 2nd Georgia Continental Battalion, ?A List of Officers & Men belonging to the Second Ga. Contn Battallion whose Pay has been drawn to the 1st January 1779;? Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783; micropublication no. M246, (Washington: National Archives), Roll 32. Source: A List of Officers & Men belonging to the Second Ga. Contn Battallion whose Pay has been drawn to the 1st January 1779; Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783
 

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