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Lamar/Latimer/Lattimore Family
PSW Former Land Owner  and Probable Slaveholder

August 1 1909 #, #
The Atlanta Constitution
RICHARD N. LAMAR DIES AT MILLEDGEVILLE
School Commissioner of Baldwin County---Well-Known Throughout State.  Milledgeville, Ga, July 31 (Special) Richard N. Lamar, aged 62 years, one of the most prominent citizens of Georgia, county school commissioner of Baldwin County, died here this morning at 4 o'clock, after an illness covering a period of several months.

Mr. Lamar is survived by a wife, three children, a daughter and son living in New York, and one son in California. All are married. He is also survived by a brother, L.J. Lamar, steward of the Georgia state sanitarium. The funeral will be held here today.

Lamar's Mill
Thomas B. Lamar, South, Near Napier's Ferry per 1869 county map. The estate was selling the land of Thomas B. Lamar in 1866. He had 2,500 acres, 300 of which were on the Oconee River. Inquires were to go to J. H. Nichols or William Ennis, on the property. Macon Daily Telegraph 10-18-1866
 
 
 

#  4/29/09 Sara Brantley, PSW Ancestral Archival Tour 2 Guide, per her oral history from descendent of William. Sam and Nathaniel Ennis on the previous and current owners of the land where our ancestors are buried. Received via email attachment, the day after

#  5/6/09 USGenNet.org/Georgia/Baldwin/Georgia Newspaper, Southern Recorder, retrieved duplicate information.
 
 
 

Submitted by Johnette Brooks, a Milledgeville native, 3rd generation family historian, member of the National Association of Professional Genealogists, Guest Lecturer for the Atlanta History Central,  Central Georgia Genealogy Society Baldwin County African American Genealogist Specialists; AAHGS Metro Atlanta and Founder of HOLLA at ya ANCESTORS.org.
 
 


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