Where They Went: Migrations from Forsyth County

Abstracted by Annette Bramblett

The following items from Forsyth County newspapers from the 1890's through the 1920's offer locational data on the various individuals and families mentioned.


Adams
The Forsyth County News, December 2, 1901
        
Forsyth County is losing some of her best citizens. Among those who will leave this week we mention...Mr. J.H. Adams, who will go to South Georgia.

Agnew
The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        Mr. Waco Agnew spent the weekend with friends and relatives in Franklin County.

Allen
The Forsyth County News, November 1, 1918
        
Mrs. S.H. Allen is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Martha Nuckolls.

The Forsyth County News, August 8, 1919
        
Mr. Herbert Allen of near Hawkinsville is spending a few days with his brother, J.B. Allen, and other relatives in the county.

The Forsyth County News, September 8, 1921
        
Miss Imogene Allen of Decatur spent the first of the week with relatives in town.

The Forsyth County News, November 8, 1923
        Mr. and Mrs. Grady Allen of Boston, Mass. are visiting C.C. Allen and family at Coal Mountain.

Bacon
The Forsyth County News, May 17, 1921
        
Mrs. Laura Bacon is visiting her son, Mr. Corinth Bacon, in Charleston, S.C. for several days.

The North Georgian, July 29, 1921
        
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bacon of Doe Run, Ga. have been visiting relatives in the county.

The North Georgian, September 2, 1921
        
Mr. Frank Bacon left Saturday for New Orleans, where he has accepted a position with a well-known automobile agency. Here's wishing him success in his new field of labor.

The Forsyth County News, May 8, 1924
        Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bacon of Louisana are visiting his mother, Mrs. Laura Bacon on Route 6.

Bagley
The Forsyth County News, March 23, 1922
        
Mr. O.M. Bagley of near Duluth spent one day last week at Mr. C.E. Bagley's.

The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mrs. Ira Bagley and children of Norcross have been spending several days with Mr. J.E. Brooks and family and other relatives in town.

The Forsyth County News, November 24, 1927
        
Mr. Glenn Bagley of Charlotte, N.C. is visiting his mother, Mrs. R.L. Bagley.

Baldwin
The Forsyth County News, July 14, 1921
        
Mr. Cleveland Baldwin has accepted a position in Atlanta.

Bales
The Forsyth County News, April 14, 1927
        
Mr. Eugene Bales of Atlanta is spending a few days with his uncle, Mr. W.W. Bales.

Bannister
The North Georgia Baptist, May 3, 1901
        
Miss Sallie Bannister of Bartow County is visiting relatives in and near Silver City.

Barnwell
The Forsyth County News, December 2. 1901
        
Forsyth County is losing some of her best citizens...Rev. G.L. Barnwell will move to Flowery Branch.

Barrett
The Forsyth County News, September 7, 1922
        
Mr. R.W. Barrett and family have moved to Kirkwood. We regret to have them leave here but wish them well in their new home.

Barron
The Forsyth county News, July 27, 1927
        
Mrs. T.W. Barron was recently called to Cartersville, Ga. to the bedside of her brother, Mr. Quillian Hamrick, who died in a short itme. His body was laid to rest in Oak Hill Cemetery.

Bell
The North Georgian, April 27, 1917
        
Mr. J.M. Bell, formerly of this county, but now traveling for Pruitt-Barrett Hardware Cp. of Gainesville, was in town Monday.

The Forsyth County News, February 22, 1918
        
Mr. Albert Bell of Texas is here on a visit. He left here some twenty years ago and has been in the West since. We are always glad to see him, for he was one of our old school teachers.

The North Georgian, November 17, 1922
        
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bell have moved from near Salem to Flowery Branch. We regret to lose them from Forsyth County.

Bennett
The North Georgian, November 13, 1903
        
Mr. J. R. Bennett of Seviere [to move to Atlanta].

The Forsyth County News, October 12, 1917
        Dr. W.L. Bennett is making arrangements to move to South Georgia this fall. We hate to see him leave us but wish him well in his new home.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Master Richard Bennett of South Georgia is visisting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Brannon.

Benson
The North Georgian, May 21, 1909
        
Mrs. W.D. Benson of Flowery Branch is visiting relatives in this part.

The Forsyth County News, August 11, 1921
        
Mr. W.F. Benson and family of Gainesville visited relatives in town Sunday evening.

Beshers
The Forsyth County News, July 14, 1921
        Miss Ruth Beshers of Atlanta is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Kelly and other relatives here.

The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
Miss Zelma Beshears is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Grady Purcell, near Duluth.

Bettis
The Forsyth County News, March 23, 1922
        
Mr. R.K. Bettis and son, Reginald, spent a few days last week in Ball Ground, Tate, and Marble Hill.

Black
The Forsyth County News, April 12, 1923
        
Mr. John D. Black and family spent Sunday with his father in Dawson County.

Blackstock
The Forsyth County News, December 2, 1901
        
Forsyth County is losing some of her best citizens. Among those who will leave this week, we mention Mr. Pat Blackstock...who [will] go to south Georgia.

The Forsyth county News, August 28, 1924
        
Mr. B.L. Blackstock of Oklahoma is visiting relatives here and in the county.

Bowman
The Forsyth County News, June 2, 1927
        
Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Bowman and children of Buford were visiting Mr. J.E. Kirby and family Sunday.

The Forsyth County News, June 9, 1927
        
Little Miss Grace Vivian Bowman of Buford spent last week with her cousin, Miss Wansley Tatum.

Brady
The Forsyth County News, August 18, 1927
        
Mr. C.P. Brady---former deputy sheriff of Forsyth County---and now a resident of Fort Pierce, Fla.---is visiting relatives and friends in Forsyth County.
        Mr. Brady states that Florida is back to normal basis---and while there is no boom---everything is going along nicely.
        
Bramblett
The Forsyth County News, February 17, 1921
        Mr. J.W. Bramblett of Oklahoma is here on a few days visit. We are always glad to see the folks come back here on a visit.

The Forsyth County News, July 28, 1921
        
Mr. Clyde Bramblett of Montezuma is spending awhile with relatives in the county.

The Forsyth County News, June 1, 1922
        
Mr. Truman Bramblett of Montezuma is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Holbrook on Route 1, who has a very sick baby.

The Forsyth County News, January 18, 1923
        
Dr. J. C. Bramblett of South Georgia has been up on a visit to relatives and friends in the county for several days.

The Forsyth County News, May 24, 1923
        
Messrs. John R. Bramblett, B.A. Guthrie, and E.A. Durham of Smyrna were in town Saturday.

The Forsyth County News, November 8, 1923
        Mrs. Ed Bramblett was called Monday to the bedside of her father, Mr. J.W. Phillips, who is at the point of death at his home in Helena, Georgia...

The Forsyth County News, June 19, 1924
        
Miss Lillar Bramblett of Atlanta spent the weekend with relatives and friends around Cuba.

The Forsyth County News, September 25, 1924
        Mr. T.A. Bramblett of Montezuma spent a day or two last week with relatives in the county.

The Forsyth County News, April 15, 1926
        
Mr. Joe Bramblett of Baxley spent part of last week with his parents on Route 2.

Brannon
The North Georgian, April 15, 1910
        
Mr. Hoyt Brannon left Tuesday for Dawsonville, where he has accepted a position as cashier of the bank at that place. We hate to lose Hoyt but wish him mighty well in his new home.

The North Georgian, August 29, 1919
        
Mr. E.E. Brannon of Gainesville was circulating among his old Forsyth County friends first of the week.

The Forsyth County News, January 6, 1921
        Mr. Hoyt Brannon and family of Dawsonville were visitors to relatives here during Christmas.

The North Georgian, July 29, 1921
        
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Brannon of Dawsonville are visiting relatives in town.

The North Georgian, September 23, 1921
        
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brannon left Monday for New Mexico, after spending a few months with relatives here.

The North Georgian, November 17, 1922
        
Little Elizabeth Brannon has been on an extended visit to her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Brannon, in Gainesville.

The Fosyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Mr. John Brannon of Atlanta spent the weekend with Mr. C.J. Brannon and family.

Brooks
The North Georgian, May 24, 1907
        Mrs. Carl Brooks of Marietta is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Kemp, in town.

The Forsyth County News, August 8, 1919
        
Mr. Carl Brooks of Atlanta spent Sunday with relatives here.

The Forsyth County News, June 19, 1924
        
Mrs. H.S. Brooks has been spending a few days with her father, Mr. J.S. Echols, at Duluth.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Mr. Lee Brooks of Hapeville spent the weekend with home folks on Route 1.

The Forsyth County News, August 14, 1924
        
Mrs. J.E. Brooks spent the weekend with relatives in Buford.

Brown
The North Georgian, July 10, 1903
        
Mr. and Mrs. Will Brown of Nashville, Tenn. have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Brown, near town.

The Forsyth County News, November 17, 1927
        Mr. Claud Brown and family have moved to Flowery Branch. We hate to give this good family up, but wish them well in their new home.

Bryant
The Forsyth County News, November 16, 1917
        Mr. A.J. Bryant of Texas is spending awhile with relatives in the county.

Buice
The Forsyth County News, June 21, 1923
        
Miss Onnie Buice of Buford is spending some time with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Brooks.

Burns
The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        Mr. W.A. Burns and family of Douglasville spent the first of the week with relatives here and in the county.

Callaway
The North Georgian, January 10, 1902
        
Miss Possie Callaway leaves today (Friday) for Tatnall County, Georgia, where she has been employed to teach school. Miss Possie is one of the best and most popular young ladies in Cumming, and there is universal regret over her departure from our midst.

The North Georgian, August 22, 1902
        
Mr. Fuller Callaway will go to the city of LaGrange, Ga. the first of September next to take a position with the big dry goods house of Fuller E. Callaway. We regret to part with Fuller from Cumming, but wish him well in LaGrange.

Carruth
The Forsyth County News, February 28, 1918
        Mr. Tom Carruth, who has been with his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Carruth, for several weeks, has returned to Texas.

The Forsyth County News, February2, 1922
        
Mr. Ross Carruth and family have moved to Roswell. We regret to lose them but wish 'em well in their new home.

Catrell [Cantrell?]
The Forsyth County News, December 13, 1923
        Mr. J. Mike Catrell left this week for his new home in Waco, Texas. We wish him mighty well out there.

Chamblee
The North Georgian, June 22, 1922
        
Mr. W.L. Chamblee, who has been making his home with relatives in this county for the past four months, has returned to Milton County, near Woodstock, where he will live awhile with his son, Mr. S.T. Chamblee.

The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1929
        
Mr. S.T. Chamblee of Woodstock, a former citizen of this county, has been visiting in the county. Mr. Chamblee called on the News force Monday.

Chastain
The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mr. and Mrs. P.M. Chastain of Chicago, Ill. have returned home after a visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Chastain.

Clarke
The Forsyth County News, July 14, 1921
        
Mr. W.E. Clarke and family of Cordele are visiting relatives around Mat.

Clement
The North Georgia Baptist, August 25, 1899
        Mrs. William Clement and her daughter, Miss Pearl, are visiting relatives in Anniston, Alabama.

        Mr. Trument Clement and Mr. Clarence Bagley have bought real estate in Alabama, where they will make their future home.

The Forsyth County News, June 27, 1915
        
Mr. Ben Clement and son of Norcross spent Sunday with his brother, Mr. S.G. Clement.

Cochran
The Forsyth County News, December 22, 1921
        
Mr. J.S. Cochran and family of Nelson spent the weekend in this part with relatives.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Rev. and Mrs. E.A. Cochran of Cherokee County were visitors to relatives in town Monday and Tuesday.

The Forsyth County News, November 24, 1927
        
Rev. R.W. Cochran of Cherokee County was visiting his brother, Rev. E.A. Cochran Monday.

Collins
The Forsyth County News, August 9, 1918
        
Mr. Z.T. Collins of Donalsonville is spending a few days with relatives here and in the county.

Couch
The North Georgian, August 12, 1921
        
The protracted meeting of the Baptist Church closed Monday night...The pastor, Rev. C.T. Brown, was ably assisted by Rev. A.B. Couch of Copper Hill, Tenn., a former Forsyth county boy.

Cox
The Forsyth County News, December 2, 1901
        
Forsyth county is losing some of her best citizens. ...Mr. S.M. Cox, who goes to Texas...

The North Georgian, September 29, 1921
        
Mrs. S.C. Cox and daughter of Texas were visiting Mrs. Hannah Cox last week.

The Forsyth County News, September 27, 1923
        
Mr. Clay Cox, who has a position with the Cordele Dispatch spent a few days last week with his father, Mr. Henry Cox, on Route 8.

Crane
The Forsyth County News, March 17, 1921
        
Mrs. Maltha Crane, who has been visiting relatives here, has returned to her home in Norcross.

Unknown Newspaper, June 15, 1923
        
Mrs. Maltha Crane of near Atlanta is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. John Edmondson.

Crawford
The Forsyth County News, June 3, 1924
        
Mrs. R.P. Crawford is visiting relatives in South Carolina.

Cross
The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mrs. S.G. Cross and children have returned from a visit to relatives and friends at Birmingham and Crabapple.

The Forsyth County News, September 18, 1924
        
Miss Nellie Cross of Atlanta visited her mother, Mrs. S.G. Cross, Saturday night and Sunday.

Davenport
The Forsyth County News, February 24, 1921
        Mr. W.S. Davenport returned from Marietta Monday and reports that his brother Charlie is improving some.

The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1929
        
Mrs. Lena Davenport and daughter, Mrs. Henry Pierce, of Atlanta are visiting Mrs. Mardell Estes and other relatives here.

Davis
The North Georgian, August 12, 1921
        
Miss Annie Davis spent last week in Atlanta, the guest of her cousins, Misses Mary, Grace, and Annie Will Miller.

The North Georgian, November 17, 1922
        
Mrs. Eli Davis, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Calvin Turner, in Buford, has returned home.

The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1926
        
Mrs. T.F. Davis spent Tuesday and Wednesday of last week in Atlanta, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Miller.

The Forsyth County News, May 4, 1937
        
Mrs. Susan Davis is visiting her sons in Toccoa and Clayton.

Delaney
The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1919
        Mr. and Mrs. William Delaney of Cleveland, Ohio are visiting their daughter, Mrs. R.P. Crawford, near town.

The Forsyth County News, August 14, 1924
        
Mr. William Delaney of Cleveland, Ohio is visiting his daughter, Mrs. R.P. Crawford.

Denson
The North Georgian, August 8, 1905
        Mis Minnie Denson and little brother of Flowery Branch are visiting relatives in and near town.

DeVore
The North Georgian, March 31, 1922
        
Mr. D.W. DeVore of Milton County visited relatives and old friends in Cumming first of the week.

Dodd
The Forsyth County News, November 9, 1917
        Mr. Joe Dodd and family of Norcross...spent Sunday with relatives here.

The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Miss Polly Dodd of Atlanta was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wesley Hawkins, from Saturday till Monday. She was accompanied by her friend, Miss Jones.

The Forsyth County News, December 18, 1924
        
Mr. Joe Dodd of Atlanta was a visitor to his daughter, Mrs. Wesley Hawkins, a day or two this week.

Durham
The Forsyth County News, August 29, 1919
        
Mrs. J.E. Durham and children of Canton spent last week with relatives in the county.

The Forsyth County News, January 13, 1921
        
Mr. Macon Durham, who has been spending a few days with homefolks, returned Tuesday to his work in Galesburg, Ill.

The North Georgian, July 29, 1921
        
Mrs. Macon Durham of Galesburg, Ill., who has been visiting Mr. J.B. Durham and family, has returned home.

The Forsyth County News, December 27, 1923
        Mr. and Mrs. Macon Durham of Buford are spending the holidays with Mr. J.B. Durham and family.

The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mr. B.M. Durham of Commerce spent one night last week with Mr. J.B.Durham and family.

        Mr. Macon Durham and wife of Buford spent Sunday with Mr. J.B. Durham and family.

        Mr. E.A. Durham of Smyra was a visitor to Mr. J.B. Durham and family the first of the week.

The Forsyth County News, September 25, 1924
        
Mr. Oscar Durham and family of Savannah spent a day or two last week with Mr. J.B. Durham and family and other relatives in the county.

Eason
The Forsyth County News, August 14, 1924
        
Mrs. P.M. Eason, who has been visiting relatives here and in the county, has returned to her home in Portsmouth, Virginia.

Echols
The North Georgian, January 21, 1910
        
Mrs. T.E. Echols and son, Mr. Lonzo, and Mrs. Florence Echols, of Atlanta, came up Sunday to visit relatives here.

Unknown newspaper, August 23, 1918
        
Messrs. J.E. and Onas Echols of Atlanta were visiting relatives Saturday.

The North Georgian, December 13, 1918
        
Lt. J.F. Echols of Camp Logan, Texas spent several days of last week with his parents here.

The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Col. J.F. Echols, who has been visiting relatives in town and Cuba, has returned to his home in Atlanta.

The Forsyth County News, November 9, 1922
        
Rev. Eddie Echols and family have moved to Atlanta. We regret to have them leave us, but wish them well in their new home.

The Forsyth County News, June 9, 1927
        
Mr. Roscoe Echols and family of Atlanta were visiting relatives in town Sunday.

Edmondson
The North Georgian, June 30, 1905
        
Mrs. Harmon Edmondson of Buford spent several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.J. Buice, here.

The Forsyth County News, December 14, 1917
        Rev. and Mrs. H.L. Edmondson have returned to their home at Monroe after a visit of several days to Mr. and Mrs. John Edmondson.

The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Mr. Leroy Edmondson of Atlanta was visiting relatives in town part of last week and this.

The North Georgian, October 28, 1921
        
Mrs. Phoebe Edmondson of Gainesville is visiting relatives in and around town.

The North Georgian, May 18, 1923
        Rev. H.L. Edmondson of Barnesville was visiting his mother, Mrs. Nancy Edmondson this week. He was accompanied by his wife.

The Forsyth County News, December 9, 1926
        Rev. R.A. Edmondson and Mr. W.A. Edmondson of Atlanta were visiting their mother, Mrs. Nancy Edmondson, first of the week.

Edwards
The North Georgian, October 7, 1894
        
Mr. Berry Edwards, who has been visiting his home folks, has returned to Charleston, S.C.

The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1919
        
Mr. and Mrs. Berry Edwards of Atlanta have been spending seeral days with relatives here and at Cuba.

The Forsyth County News, November 15, 1923
        
Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Edwards of Atlanta spent the weekend with relatives here and over at Cuba.

Elliott
The Forsyth County News, September 6, 1923
        
Mr. Gordon Elliott and family have moved to Atlanta. We hate to see them leave us but wish them well in their new home.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Mr. J.B. Elliott of Atlanta has been spending a few days with relatives in the county.

Ellis
The Forsyth County News, December 22, 1921
        
Mr. Willie Ellis of Nelson spent the weekend with home folks.

Esco
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Esco of Jefferson, Ga. visited relatives and friends in town last Sunday.

Estes
The North Georgian, June 13, 1902
        
Mr. Henry Estes of Fairburn, Georgia was here this week looking after the business of the Langston Estes estate of which he was recently made administrator by Judge Jones.

The North Georgian, July 10, 1903
        
Mr. Fred Estes of Gainesville is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Estes, near town.
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        Mr. E.F. Estes and little son of St. Augustine, Fla. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Estes.

The Forsyth County News, November 15, 1917
        Mr. Wesley Estes of Doraville was shaking hands with friends here one day last week.

Ezzard
The Forsyth County News, December 14, 1922
        
Mr. George Ezzard has gone to his daughter, Mrs. Emma Cole, at Powder Springs.

The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Miss Dorothy Ezzard of Lawrenceville spent several days last week with her aunt, Mrs. Bessie Martin.

Fincher
The North Georgian, February 7, 1902
        Mr. W.W. Fincher, who recently moved from this county to Gainesville, was in town Monday.

The North Georgian, November 13, 1903
        
We learn that Mr. T.C. Fincher of near town will move to Atlanta in the near future. ...we regret to lose [him].

The North Georgian, August 8, 1905
        Mrs. M.E. Fincher, who has been in Atlanta since her return from Texas some months ago, has returned to Cumming.

The Forsyth County News, August 29, 1919
        
Mr. Ed Fincher of Atlanta is spending several days with relatives here and in the county.

Fisher
The North Georgian, October 7, 1894
        Mr. J.L. Fisher of Ocee was the guest of his son, Col. A.B. Fisher, Wednesday.

The North Georgian, February 7, 1902
        
Misses Lela and Minnie Fisher who have been spending several weeks with relatives in Milton County, have returned home.

Fleming
The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Mr. Sam Fleming of Atlanta came up to the reunion Saturday and remained with home folks till Monday.

The Forsyth County News, February 16, 1922
        
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fleming spent the weekend in Canon with relatives.

The Forsyth County News, May 25, 1922
        
Miss Clara Sue Fisher has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Marietta.

The Forsyth County News, August 5, 1926
        
Mr. J.W. Fleming, Mrs. Sam Fleming and little son, and Mr. James Fleming, of Benson Springs, Fla. are spending a few days with relatives in town.

Forrist
The Forsyth County News, November 15, 1923
        
Mr. Otto Forrist of Hogansville spent from Friday till Sunday with Rev. G.W. Forrist and family.

Foster
The Baptist Leader, March 5, 1897
        C.C. Foster, whom we still claim if he does live in our neighbor town of Alpharetta, is in New York buying goods for his spring trade.

The North Georgian, February 2, 1902
        
Mr. Charlie C. Foster was in Cumming Monday and Tuesday of this week, looking after the business affairs of his departed brother, H.I. Foster. Charlie is now a resident of Roswell, where he is engaged as Cashier of the Roswell Bank. He has our best wishes in his new field of labor.

Fowler
The North Georgian, September 19, 1919
        
Mrs. Ben Fowler and children of near Atlanta visited at Mr. A.J. Fowler's Sunday.
        Miss Villa Fowler, who has been teaching near Buford, is at home with her father, Dr. T.A. Fowler.

The North Georgian, January 14, 1921
        
Mr. W.T. Fowler of Pitts, Georgia was shaking hands with Cumming friends Tuesday. He had been to see his mother, near Ducktown, who is very sick, we are sorry to learn.

The Forsyth County News, April 20, 1923
        Mr. Vell Fowler and family of Dahlonega have been spending several days with relatives here and in the county.

The Forsyth County News, June 19, 1924
        
Mr. E.L. Fowler, an attorney of Atlanta, spent the weekend with his father, Mr. W.C. Fowler, on Route 6.

The Forsyth County News, August 14, 1924
        
Miss Susie Fowler of Atlanta is spending this week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Fowler, on Route 6.

The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1926
        
Mr. C.J. Fowler and family have moved to Roswell where Mr. Fowler has a position with Roswell Motor Company.

The Forsyth County News, August 5, 1926
        
Little Misses Margarette and Mildred Fowler, with their small brothers, Edward and Gene, spent last week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Maddox, in Alpharetta

        Miss Violet Fowler of Miami, Fla. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Fowler.

The Forsyth County News, May 5, 1927
        Mrs. Wilmer Fowler of Buford visited her daughter, Mrs. Press Green, Saturday night and Sunday.

Furr
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
Mrs. H.M. Furr, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Fowler of Route 3, has returned to her home in W. Palm Beach, Fla.

The Forsyth County News, August 11, 1927
        
Mrs. H.M. Furr of Miami, Fla., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Fowler, is visiting her parents and other relatives.

Garner
The Forsyth County News, April 12, 1923
        
Capt. and Mrs. Garner spent Saturday night and Sunday with their daughter near Decatur.

Garrett
The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1919
        
Miss Ethel Garrett of Gainesville is spending awhile with relatives here.

The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Mr. B.E. Garrett and family of Atlanta spent Saturday night and Sunday with his brother, Rev. J.L. Garrett.

The Forsyth County News, September 22, 1921
        
Mr. H.R. Garrett and family have moved to Gainesville. We miss them in the community but wish them well in their new home.

The Forsyth County News, November 13, 1924
        
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Garrett visited relatives in Atlanta Sunday.

The Forsyth County News, July 27, 1927
        Mr. H.R. Garrett of Gainesville is spending awhile with his grandmother, Mrs. Amelia A. Wallis.

Gazaway
The Forsyth County News, April 21, 1927
        
Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Gazaway spent Thursday with relatives in Roswell.

Gilbert
The Forsyth county News, December 2. 1901
        
Forsyth County is losing some of her best citizens. Among those who will leave this week, we mention...Mr. E.E. Gilbert...who will go to South Georgia.

The Forsyth County News, July 28, 1921
        Miss Addie Gilbert of Texas is visiting Mr. I.H. Gilbert and family and other relatives in the county.

The North Georgian, July 29, 1921
        
Miss Addie Gilbert of Texas and Miss Rona Terry of Suwanee, Route 2, were guests of Mr. Hamp Gilbert and family a day or two last week.

Gilstrap
The Forsyth County News, February 2, 1922
        
Mr. E.W. Gilstrap spent a part of last week with his mother at McConnell, who suffered a stroke of paralysis. She is now much better.

The Forsyth County News, June 28, 1923
        
Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Gilstrap and daughter, who have been visiting relatives here and in the county, have returned to their home at Chickamauga.

Glover
The Forsyth County News, September 28, 1922
        
Mr. Inman Glover, formerly of this county, now of Winder, has sold his store at that place and will enter business in Charlotte, N.C. We wish him much success.

Gober
The Forsyth County News, October 5, 1917
        
Mr. C.L. Gober, wife and daughter of Varnell Station spent a few days this week with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. J.W. Gober.

Goolsby
The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1926
        Mr. Ernest Goolsby of Atlanta spent Saturday night and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Mary Goolsby, near Haw Creek.

Gravitt
The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1921
        Mrs. D.O. Gravitt of Atlanta was up Saturday night and Sunday to see her sister, Miss Mattie Kemp, who we are sorry to say is sick.

Green
The North Georgian, January 21, 1910
        
Mr. Elmer Green of Atlanta visited relatives and friends here a few days last week.

The Forsyth County News, December 4, 1922
        
Rev. H.O. Green and family are moving today (Thursday) to Duluth. We regret to have this good family leave us, but wish them mighty well over in our sister city.

The Forsyth County News, October 5, 1923
        
Mr. and Mrs. I.M. Green of near Decatur spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Green.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Rev. H.O. Green and family have returned from a visit to relatives in Alabama.

Groover
The Forsyth County News, December 21, 1917
        
Mr. Frank Groover of Atlanta is a guest of his parents here this week.

The North Georgian, July 29, 1921
        
Mr. Frank Groover of Atlanta was a recent visitor to relatives here.

        Mr. Marshall Groover of Roswell spent several days of last week with his father, Mr. W.J. Groover.

The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Groover of Nashville, Tenn. are spending some time with relatives here.

The Forsyth County News, June 19, 1924
        
Miss Nettie Lewis Groover has been elected as a teacher in the city schools of Atlanta.

Guthrie
The Forsyth County News, September 7, 1922
        
Mrs. R.E. Guthrie and daughter are visiting relatives near Lawrenceville.

Hagood
The Forsyth County News, November 15, 1923
        
Mr. A.T. Hagood of Route 8 is moving to Atlanta. We hate to see him leave, but wish him well in his new home.

Hall
Unknown Newspaper, June 15, 1923
        Mrs. J.S. Hall is spending a few days with her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Toy Hall, in Atlanta. Mrs. Toy Hall is reported very low---not expected to live.

Hamby
Unknown Newspaper, June 15, 1923
        Mrs. Martha Hamby spent Sunday, June 3, with her sister, Mrs. Rachel Campbell, at Canton. Her nephew, Master Albert Campbell, returning with her, is spending a few days.

The Forsyth County News, November 8, 1923
        
Mr. Thompson Hamby and family have moved to Gainesville. We hate to see them leave but wish them well in their new home.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Mr. Paul Hamby of Gainesville visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday.

Hammett
The North Georgia Baptist, February 1, 1901
        Mr. Berry Hammett, who recently moved from Cuba to Atlanta Heights, was shaking hands with his many friends in town last week.

Hamrick
The Forsyth County News, December 15, 1922
        
Dr. and Mrs. Hamrick of Buford visited his sister, Mrs. T.W. Barron, recently.

Hansard
The Forsyth County News, December 15, 1922
        
Mr. J.W. Hansard spent one night last week with relatives in Atlanta.

The Forsyth County News, January 4, 1923
        
Mr. J.W. Hansard and family have moved near Norcross. We hate to see them leave but wish them well in their new home.

Hanson
The Forsyth County News, March 2, 1922
        
Mrs. G.W. Hanson and children leave today for their new home in Tarpon Springs, Florida. We regret to have them leave, but wish them well in their new home.

Hardin
The Forsyth County News, June 28, 1923
        
Mr. Homer Hardin, Jr., of Tate, Georgia spent a part of last week with his uncle, Mr. W.A. Pruitt.

Harrell
The Forsyth County News, January 11, 1923
        Dr. Hard Harrell and Mr. Ed Harrell of Texas are out on a visit to their sister, Miss Fannine Harrell, and other relatives in the county.

Harris
The North Georgian, February 21, 1902
        Rev. F.D. Harris has moved from Rome, Georgia to his fathers in order to take charge of his business, (He being old and feeble) and will manufacture nice shoes.

The North Georgian, September 7, 1917
        
Miss Ida Harris is spending awhile with her brother, Wess Harris, in South Georgia.

The Forsyth county News, July 14, 1921
        
Dr. C.A. Harris of The Rock, Ga. is visiting relatives here and in the county.
        

The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mr. A.L. Hughes and some friends, whose names we did not learn, made a trip down in South Georgia recently and visited Berry Harris, who moved there a couple of years ago.

Harrison
The Forsyth County News, August 9, 1918
        
Mr. Clarence Harrison of Sycamore spent a day or two this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Harrison.

The Forsyth County News, January 19, 1922
        
Dr. W.A. Harrison, formerly of this county, has been elected as Supt. of a hospital at Sycamore. Somehow or other, these old Forsyth County boys get ahead when they try.

The North Georgian, June 2, 1922
        
Mrs. A.G. Harrison of Atlanta spent the weekend with Misses Susan and Fannie Harrison and attended the May meeting at Coal Mountain Sunday.

The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1926
        
Dr. W.A. Harrison is now located in Florida for awhile. We wish old "Bige" mighty well. His family is yet at Ashburn.

Hartsfield
Unknown Newspaper, June 15, 1923
        Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Hartsfield and son, Guy, of Atlanta, visited his sister, Mrs. A.H. Fisher, Sunday.

Hawkins
The North Georgian, September 29, 1921
        
Mr. J. F. Hawkins of Jacksonville, Fla. has been visiting relatives and friends in and near Cumming part of last week and this.

The Forsyth County News, February 9, 1922
        
Mr. F.M. Hawkins and family have moved to Jacksonville, Fla. We hate to lose them, but wish them well.

The North Georgian, May 12, 1922
        
John, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hawkins, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Dodd, in Atlanta.

The North Georgian, June 2, 1922
        
Mrs. J. Wesley Hawkins spent the weekend with her sister, Miss Polly Dodd, in Atlanta, who is seriously sick, we are sorry to learn.

The North Georgian, June 22, 1922
        
Messrs. Douglas Hawkins and Talmadge Thornton, who have been visiting relatives, friends, and acquaintances here, have returned to their home at Bainbridge.

The Forsyth County News, September 25, 1924
        
Mrs. F.M. Hawkins, who has been visiting relatives here, has returned to her home in Jacksonville, Florida.

Hayes
The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Mrs. Maggie Hayes of Atlanta spent the weekend with relatives around Silver City.

The Forsyth County News, August 5, 1926
        Mr. Ralph Hayes and sister, Miss Ila Hayes, of Dawson, Ala., have been visiting relatives in the upper part of the county.

Heard
The North Georgian, October 28, 1921
        
Mr. Rupert Heard of Atlanta was the guest of his uncle, Mr. Walker Heard, and family Tuesday.

        J.L. and Gunion Heard spent the weekend with their uncles, Mr. George Heard and Rev. Eli Sherrill at Hightower.

The North Georgian, May 12, 1922
        
Mr. J. Linton Heard and Miss Ruby Heard of East Point were the weekend guests of Mr. W.W. Heard and family.

The Forsyth County News, December 14, 1922
        
Coal Mountain. Mr. Gus Heard of South Carolina spent the weekend with his father, Mr. Bird Heard.

The Forsyth County News, February 18, 1923
        
Mr. Gus Heard of South Carolina spent the weekend with his father, Mr. Bird Heard.

The Forsyth County News, August 22, 1929
        
Mrs. Grady Heard of Atlanta has been visiting relatives here a few days.

        Mr. Joe T. Heard of Atlanta spent part of the week with his mother, Mrs. George W. Heard.

Hemrick
The North Georgian, February 1, 1902
        Miss Ness Hemrick and her brother, Mr. Gilbert, have returned from visiting their brother, Mr. May Hemrick, of Statum, and relatives near Atlanta.

        Miss Nannie Hemrick is spending the winter in Florida...

Henderson
The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1919
        
Rev. L.A. Henderson and family of Columbus have been visiting relatives in the county for several days.

The Forsyth County News, August 14, 1924
        
Rev. L.A. Henderson of Columbus, who is assisting in a meeting at Alpharetta, came up and spent the weekend with relatives here and in the county.

The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        Rev. L. A. Henderson, who assisted in a meeting at Alpharetta last week, is in Jefferson in a meeting this week. Lewis is an old Forsyth County boy, and our people are proud of his success in the ministry.

Hendrix
The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1919
        
Dr. J.G. Hendrix and family of Tucker, Georgia have been spending some time with relatives in the county.

The Forsyth County News, February 24, 1921
        Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Hendrix have returned from a visit to their son in Birmingham, Ala.

The Forsyth County News, May 8, 1924
        
Mr. Sam Hendrix, formerly of this county, died at his home in England, Arkansas, Apr. 27. He leaves a wife and four children...

The Forsyth County News, May 12, 1927
        Miss Etha Hendrix, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. Joe Hendrix, in Birmingham, Alabama, returned home last week.

The Forsyth County News, November 17, 1927
        
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hendrix and Mr. Willie Hendrix and family of Atlanta spent Sunday with Mr. J.T. Hendrix and family.

The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1929
        
Mr. and Mrs. J.T, Hendrix have moved from Atlanta to their home near Holbrook Campground.

Hill
The North Georgian, August 12, 1921
        
Mr. Wheeler Hill of Tifton, Fla. has been shaking hands with Forsyth County friends this week.

Hitt
The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mr. Homer Hitt and family spent the weekend with relatives in Milton County.

Hockenhull
The North Georgian, July 10, 1903
        Dr. John Hockenhull is in Atlanta this week visiting his daughter, Mrs. S.C. Orr.

The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Misses Helen and Grace Neal Hockenhull spent the weekend with relatives in Roswell.

Holbrook
The Forsyth County News, December 10, 1925
        
Rev. J.E. Holbrook and family have moved to Toccoa. We hate to have them leave us but wish them well in their new home.

Hollingsworth
The Forsyth County News, September 25, 1924
        
Mrs. Ruth Hollingsworth spent a day or two last week with relatives in Roswell.

Hood
The Forsyth County News, December 22, 1921
        
Mr. J.C. Hood and family moved over in Milton County near Hopewell last week.

Hope
The Forsyth County News, December 2, 1901
        
Forsyth County is losing some of her best citizens...We also learn that Mr. L.H. Hope of near Oscarville will move to Oakwood in the near future.

The Forsyth County News, August 29, 1919
        
Mr. Claude Hope and family moved to Commerce. We hated to see this good family move away, but wish them well in their new home.

The Forsyth county News, December 22, 1921
        Mr. R.E. Hope has been appointed District Secretary of the Highway Department down in Tifton and left Sunday to enter upon his work. His friends here wish him well.

The North Georgian, January 13, 1922
        
Mrs. R.E. Hope and children left Thursday morning for their new home at Tifton. Mr. Hope has been there for two or three weeks.

Hudson
The North Georgian, October 7, 1894
        Mr. George L. Hudson, who has been spending some time in Cumming, returned to his home in Atlanta Thursday.

Hughes
The North Georgian, August 8, 1905
        Mrs. W.D. Hughes of Atlanta is spending a few weeks with relatives in town.

The Forsyth County News, November 15, 1923
        Mrs. W.B. Hughes and son, Edwards, of Atlanta spent the weekend with relatives here and at Cuba.

The Forsyth County News, November 29, 1923
        
Mr. Elmer Hughes and family have moved to Cordele. We hate to see Elmer go away, but we certainly do wish him well down there.

Hulsey
The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1919
        
Mr. Ad Hulsey and family of New Holland spent Thursday night with Mr. W.N. Hulsey and family.

The Forsyth County News, June 2, 1927
        Mr. Mark Hulsey and family of Jacksonville, Florida are visiting his mother, Mrs. B.H. Hulsey, in Cumming.

Hunter
The Forsyth County News, March 21, 1919
        
Mr. William Hunter, a son of Thomas Hunter of Atlanta, spent last Wednesday night with his aunt, Mrs. John Cook.

Hurt
The Forsyth County News, August 29, 1919
        
Mr. Toy Hurt and Family of Cordele spent last week with relatives in the county.

The Forsyth County News, June 10, 1926
        Miss Mary Ruth Hurt spent last week with her brother, Mr. Otis Hurt, in Canton.

Hyde
The Forsyth County News, November 8, 1923
        
Mr. Oscar Hyde of Chamblee came up Monday and moved his family to Chamblee. We wish them well.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Misses Miriam and Edna Hyde of Chamblee are spending a few days with relatives in town.

James
The Forsyth County News, November 24, 1927
        
Mr. Walter James and daughter of Atlanta were visitors in Cumming last week. Mr. James being an old Forsyth County boy.

Jett
The Forsyth County News, November 23, 1927
        Mr. and Mrs. John W. Jett of Wilcox County are visiting his brother, Mr. Lon Jett, here. It has been 40 years since he was in Cumming.

Johnson
The Forsyth County News, October 25, 1923
        
Miss Ruth Johnson, who is working in Atlanta, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Johnson.

Jones
The North Georgian, June 28, 1907
        
Mr. DeWitt Jones returned to his work in Atlanta Monday, after spending a few days with home folks here.

The Forsyth County News, August 11, 1921
        
Miss Ellene Jones of Dahlonega is visiting relatives here.

The North Georgian, June 2, 1922
        
Mrs. Gertrude Jones of Atlanta, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J.B. Patterson, has returned home.

Kelley
The Forsyth County News, March 2, 1922
        
Mrs. M.F. Kelley and children will leave in a few days to make their home with her brother, Mr. Roy Welborn, at Enigma, Georgia.

The Forsyth County News, May 25, 1922
        
Mrs. J.G. Kemp and Mrs. Jasper Kelley of Norcross are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kemp near town.

The Forsyth County News, July 10, 1922
        We understand that Mr. Hiram Kelley of Gainesville, formerly of Cumming, has accepted a position with Strickland and Wisdom in Tampa, Florida.

Kellogg
The North Georgian, August 12, 1921
        
Mr. Kellogg of Atlanta is visiting his aunt, Mrs. J.T. Blackstone, and his father, Mr. G.W. Kellogg, on Route 5.

Kemp
The North Georgia Baptist, May 9, 1900
        Mr. Kirby Kemp of Norcross visited his parents near town Saturday and Sunday last.

The Forsyth County News, July 7, 1921
        
Mr. C.T. Kemp spent last week with his daughter, Mrs. O.W. Settle, in Norcross.

Kennemore
The Forsyth County News, November 15, 1923
        
Mrs. W.H. Kennemore of Gainesville is visiting her son, Mr. A.C. Kennemore and family.

The Forsyth County News, April 27, 1927
        
This community was shocked to hear of the death of Mrs. N.M. Kennemore of Pitts, Ga., formerly of this community. We extend sympathy to the bereaved family.

Kirby
The Forsyth County News, December 14, 1922
        
Mr. Tom Kirby will leave in a few days with his family for Atlanta, where he will make his future home. He will be in the employ of the Ford plant. We regret to have him leave us, but wish him well in the Gate City.

The Forsyth County News, January 4, 1923
        
Mr. T.B. Kirby and family will move to Atlanta this week, where he has a position with the Ford Assembling Plant. We hate to see them go away, but wish them well in their new home.

The Forsyth County News, February 18, 1923
        
Mr. Tom Kirby will leave in a few days with his family for Atlanta, where he will make his future home. He will be inthe employ of the Ford plant.

The Forsyth County News, November 17, 1927
        Mrs. J.E. Kirby visited her daughter, Mrs. George L. Bowman, in Buford Tuesday, who is again reported quite sick.

Lackey
The Forsyth County News, November 29, 1923
        Mr. C.H. Lackey and family have moved to Atlanta. We hate to lose them as citizens of our town, but wish them much happiness and success.

Lance
The Forsyth County News, October 30, 1924
        Mr. Miles Lance and family will leave this week for South Georgia, where they will make their home. We hate to give them up but wish them good luck.

Lashley
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
Mrs. Mattie Lashley of Atlanta is visiting relatives and friends here and over the county.

Lee
The Forsyth County News, March 21, 1919
        
Mr. Albert Lee was near Norcross one day last week to see his father, Mr. Thomas Lee, who is very low, not able to speak.

Light
The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1926
        
We got a letter from old Jim Light Tuesday. He is in Florida, but wants the paper sent to his family in Buford.

Liles
The North Georgian, May 15, 1909
        
Mrs. Barn Liles of Flowery Branch visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Roach, last week.

Lilly
The North Georgia Baptist, May 3, 1901
        
Miss Ora Lilly returned home from Dahlonega last Sunday, where she has been visiting her brother.

Lipscomb
The North Georgian, April 27, 1917
        
Miss Emmie Lipscomb spent last week with her brother, Dewey, in Atlanta.

The North Georgian, September 19, 1919
        
Mr. Edwin Lipscomb of Locust Grove spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs.
Mary E. Lipscomb.

The North Georgian, October 28, 1921
        
Mr. Ed Lipscomb of Locust Grove spent a few days this week with home folks.

The Forsyth County News, May 26, 1927
        Mr. Joe Lipscomb of Atlanta spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. M.M. Lipscomb.

Little
The Forsyth County News, July 14, 1921
        
Mr. M.E. Little of Norcross has been spending several days with relatives in the county.

Long
The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Little Annie Long of Atlanta is spending some time with her grandfather, Col. A.H. Fisher and family.

Lummus
Unknown Newspaper, June 15, 1923
        
Mrs. Pledger Lummus is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Toy Hall, in Atlanta. [See Hall, same date.]

Maddox
The North Georgian, July 4, 1919
        Mrs. C.H. Maddox of Atlanta is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Fowler.

Majors
The North Georgian, January 21, 1910
        
Mr. Charlie Majors of South Georgia, who has been visiting relatives and friends, has returned home.

The Forsyth County News, Sseptember 25, 1924
        
Mr. Wiley Majors and family of Atlanta spent a few days last week with relatives here and in the county.

Martin
The North Georgian, November 29, 1918
        
Mrs. Cliff Martin and baby spent several days last week with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Evans of Gainesville, who has been sick but was doing nicely Friday.

The North Georgian, August 12, 1921
        
Mrs. Al Martin and daughter, Miss Nellie Kate, of Atlanta, are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Mary Lipscomb.

The Forsyth County News, November 15, 1923
        
Mr. Ike Martin from Lone Wolfe, Okla. is visiting relatives at Coal Mountain. Ike has been gone 18 years and has been almost all over the United States, but says he wants to die and be buried in old Forsyth...

The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1929
        
Mrs. E.C. Martin and children are spending some time with Mr. G.H. Wallis and other relatives in the county.

Mashburn
The Baptist Leader, March 5, 1897
        
John Mashburn, who has been making his home at Rome, Georgia for the last year, is spending a week with his parents near town.

The North Georgian, April 27, 1917
        
Mr. Maynard Mashburn of Nelson spent the weekend with home folks here.

The Forsyth County News, October 5, 1917
        Mr. W. J. Mashburn has accepted a position as an ambulance driver for Harry G. Poole in Atlanta. We wish him well in his new field.

The Forsyth County News, November 9, 1917
        Mrs. W.J. Mashburn of Atlanta spent Sunday with relatives here.

The Forsyth County News, May 23, 1918
        
Mrs. Alice Mashburn has returned from a visit with her son at Valdosta.

The North Georgian, July 4, 1919
        
Dr. Marcus Mashburn, wife and baby, of Valdosta, are visiting here this week.

The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1929
        
Mr. Maynard Mashburn of Tate spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Alice Mashburn, here.

Mauldin
The Forsyth County News, June 19, 1924
        
Mr. J.D. Mauldin and family of South Georgia are visiting friends and relatives in this part.

McAfee
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
Mr. Wesley McAfee of Chicago, Ill. has been spending a few days with relatives in town.

McBrayer
The Forsyth County News, September 5, 1921
        Mr. J.B. McBrayer of Lavonia spent a day or two of last week with his father, Mr. S.R. McBrayer.

The Forsyth County News, December 4, 1922
        
Mr. J.B. McBrayer of Tushka, Oklahoma is visiting relatives in the county. He was formerly a citizen of Forsyth and has been away for 34 years. He is glad to be among our good people again for a short time.

The Forsyth County News, June 19, 1924
        
Mrs. W.A. McBrayer is spending a few days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. I.F. Cox, in Dawson County, who is very sick.

The Forsyth County News, August 11, 1927
        
Mr. Lee McBrayer, uncle of Mr. N.H. Wallace, Route 1, has been visiting the Wallace family. Mr. McBrayer has been away from Forsyth County 20 years.

McClure
The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1926
        
Mr. Thomas McClure and Mr. Albert McClure and wife of Atlanta were visiting at Mr. Frank McClure's Sunday.

McGinnis
The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mr. Lawson McGinnis and family of Banks County are visiting relatives here.

McMurray
The Forsyth County News, December 15, 1922
        
Mr. G.Y. McMurray of Flowery Branch is visiting relatives at this place.

McWhorter
The Forsyth County News, December 2, 1901
        Forsyth County is losing some of her best citizens. Among those who will leave this week we mention Mr. J.A. McWhorter, who will go to Indian Territory.

Meaders
The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mr. and Mrs. Asberry Meaders and their son, Willie, and family of Texas arrived here Wednesday. They came through in a car. Mr. and Mrs. Meaders left here about 32 years ago. They are very fine people and we are glad to have them visit our section.

Mehaffey
The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1926
        
Capt. and Mrs. W.G. Mehaffey have moved to Atlanta, where he has a position with Fulton. We hate to have them leave, but wish them well in their new home.

Merritt
The Forsyth County News, October 12, 1917
        
Mr. J.V. Merritt, who has been with The News for the past nine years left Sunday for Gainesville, where he has accepted a position with Col. L.E. Wisdom. We hated to give old "Sport" up, but wish him well in his new field of labor.

The Forsyth County News, August 9, 1918
        
Misses Katherine and Antoinette Merritt are visiting relatives at Loganville for several days.

The Forsyth County News, August 29, 1919
        
Mr. George L. Merritt and family will move in about two weeks to Gainesville, where he will enter the cotton business. We regret to give them up but wish them well in their new home.

The Forsyth County News, July 28, 1921
        Mr. Josiah Merritt and family of Sweetwater, Tenn. are visiting relatives here and in the county.

The North Georgian, July 29, 1921
        
Dr. J.H. Merritt, daughter, Miss Fannie Sue, and two sons, Tom and Harold, of Tennessee are visiting relatives in and near town.

The Forsyth County News, January 18, 1923
        The many friends of Mr. Olen Merritt will be glad to learn that he has been elected Cashier of the Bank of Ringgold. Olen is a good boy and will make the bank an efficient officer.

The Forsyth County News, September 6, 1923
        Messrs. J.V. Merrit and Will Merritt, Jr. and Mrs. Ed Merritt and children spent the last of the week in Ringgold with Mr. Olen Merritt and family.

The Forsyth County News, December 27, 1923
        Mr. Ed Merritt and family of Chattanooga, Tennessee are spending the holidays with relatives here.

The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1926
        Mr. Will Merritt, Jr. of Miami, Fla. is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Merritt.

Milford
The Forsyth County News, August 5, 1926
        
Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Milford, old Forsyth County people now of Tucker, Ga., have been visiting relatives in the county.

Miller
The North Georgian, April 27, 1917
        
Mrs. Dulcie Miller and little daughter of Atlanta are visiting relatives here.

The North Georgian, July 4, 1919
        
Miss Mary Miller of Atlanta is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. W.W. Kemp, and other relatives in and around town .

Millwood
The Forsyth County News, September 8, 1921
        
Mr. J.M. Milwood of Acworth, who has been visiting relatives in this section, has returned home.

Mincy
The North Georgia Baptist, May 3, 1901
        
Miss Nettie Mincy of Dawsonville is saleslady for Mr. J.C. Pruitt now.

Mitchell
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
Miss Genie Mitchell, who has been visiting relatives in town, has returned to her home in Atlanta.

Montgomery
The North Georgian, December 13, 1918
        
Mr. Virgil Montgomery of Atlanta was a weekend visitor to relatives near town.

The Forsyth County News, July 28, 1921
        Mr. Berry Montgomery of Doraville spent a day or two this week with his father near town.

The Forsyth County News, September 8, 1921
        
Mrs. H.B. Montgomery and children have returned to their home in Atlanta after spending several days with relatives in town.

The Forsyth County News, October 13, 1921
        Mr. R.M. Montgomery of Gainesville was here Saturday on business. His friends will be glad to know that he is doing well in the "Queen City."

Moor
The North Georgia Baptist, February 1, 1901
        
Miss Lida Moor, who is teaching in Milton County, visited the home folks Saturday and Sunday.

The North Georgian, November 3, 1903
        
Mr. W.L. Moor, who recently sold his farm near Silver City to Rev. J.J. Banister, has moved to Gainesville.

Moore
The North Georgia Baptist, August 25, 1899
        
Miss Alba Moore of Atlanta is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Moore.

The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Mr. and Mrs. Vestus Moore and little son of Atlanta, who have been visiting relatives in the county, have returned home.

The Forsyth County News, April 15, 1926
        Mrs. Henry B. Moore of Atlanta, formerly of this county, died at her home Tuesday and her remains were laid to rest at Hollywood cemetery. She is survived by three children, one brother, Mr. M.C. Hutchins of this county, and a host of other relatives...

Morgan
The Forsyth County News, August 9, 1918
        
Mr. Jim Morgan of near Cordele spent last week with relatives around Coal Mountain.

Morland
The Forsyth County News, June 9, 1927
        
Mrs. Alice Morland of Gainesville visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Smith a few days last week.

Morrison
The Forsyth County News, May 30, 1919
        
Mr. and Mrs. C. Morrison of Middle Georgia were visitors at the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Hughes, Saturday and Sunday.

Morton
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        Miss Frances Morton of Atlanta is spending awhile with her sister, Mrs. Roy Burgess.

Nance
The Forsyth County News, July 7, 1921
        
Mrs. Alpha Nance of Atlanta spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. A.H. Fisher.

The North Georgian, July 8, 1921
        
Mrs. Alpha Nance of Atlanta was the guest Sunday of her sister, Mrs. A. _ Fisher.

Nalley
The Forsyth County News, August 11, 1921
        
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nalley of Greenville, S.C. are visiting Mr. G.W. Nalley.

The Forsyth county News, February 9, 1922
        
Mr. W.T. Nalley, who has been staying in Gainesville for awhile with his son, is back at his old home for a few days.

Nichols
The North Georgian, August 8, 1905
        
Mrs. M.J. Nichols of Atlanta and Miss Lithonia Rogers of Gravel Springs are visiting relatives and friends in town this week.

Nuckolls
The Forsyth County News, August 8, 1919
        
Mr. Major Nuckolls and family of Gainesville spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in town.

The Forsyth county News, August 11, 1921
        
Mr. M.A. Nuckolls and family of Gainesville spent the weekend with relatives on Route 5.

The Forsyth County News, June 20, 1924
        Mr. M.A. Nuckolls, formerly of Forsyth County, who has been connected for more than two years with Pruitt-Barrett Hardware Company of Gainesville as a traveling salesman, has recently gone with Crumly-Sharp of Atlanta, Georgia and is working out from Rome, Georgia. Here's wishing well for "Nuck."

Orr
The North Georgian, July 25, 1902
        
Mrs. Clifford Orr of Macon, who has been visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. John Hockenhull, and other relatives and friends in Cumming, returned home Monday. Mr. Orr came up Saturday to accompany her home.

The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mr. W.J. Orr spent Monday night in Atlanta with his uncle, Mr. W.M. Foster

The Forsyth County News, December 18, 1924
        
Mr. and Mrs. Heard Orr of Athens will arrive Dec. 21 to spend the holidays with relatives in Cumming and in the county.

The Forsyth County News, May 26, 1927
        
Mr. Sam Orr of Atlanta spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.F. Orr.

The Forsyth County News, June 23, 1927
        Mrs. Cliff Orr and children of Atlanta are visiting relatives in Cumming this week.

Otwell
The North Georgian, July 10, 1903
        
Mr. James Otwell, accompanied by his sister, Miss Mae, are spending some time with relatives at Fairburn, Ga.

The Forsyth County News, February 16, 1922
        
Mrs. J.A. Otwell of Cordele, Mrs. Annie Otwell and children of Augusta, and Mrs. Hoyt Brannon of Gainesville, have been at the bedside of Mrs. W.R. Otwell for several days.

The Forsyth County News, May 4, 1922
        
Dr. J.A. Otwell and family of Cordele have been spending a few days with relatives here and in the county.

The Forsyth County News, October 25, 1923
        
Dr. J.A. Otwell and family have arrived from Cordele, and he has again entered the practice of medicine here. We wish him mighty well, and are glad to have him and his family back as citizens.

The Forsyth County News, June 30, 1927
        Mr. C.B. Otwell recently traded some timber land for a house and lot in Atlanta and is thinking of moving to it this fall.

Owen
The Forsyth County News, August 14, 1924
        
Mr. E.F. Owen and wife spent a day or two last week with his sister in Atlanta.

The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1926
        
Mrs. Green of Oklahoma is visiting her sister, Mrs. G.W. Owen.

Patterson
The North Georgia Baptist, 1901
        
Mr. J.B. Patterson, who has been spending some time here with his parents, has returned to his home at Norfolk, Va.

The North Georgian, August 22, 1902
        
Mr. Samuel B. Patterson and family of Atlanta are visiting in Cumming this week. "Pat" as he is familiarly called, looks natural in old Cumming.

The Forsyth County News, August 8, 1919
        
Mrs. George L. Patterson and little daughter of Valdosta are visiting Col. H.L. Patterson and family.

The Forsyth County News, August 29, 1919
        
Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Patterson who have been visiting relatives here, have returned to their home in Atlanta.

The North Georgian, July 29, 1921
        
Mrs. Geo. L. Patterson and children of Valdosta are visiting Judge Patterson and children.

Unknown Newspaper, June 23, 1923
        
Mesdames S.B. Patterson and C.F. Hayes of Atlanta are visiting their sister, Mrs. J.L. Cobb.

The Forsyth County News, August 2, 1923
        
Col. George L. Patterson and family of Valdosta are visiting Col. H.L. Patterson and family.

The Forsyth County News, November 8, 1923
        
Mr. Mack Patterson and little daughter Virginia is visiting Mr. D.M. Patterson a few days.

The Forsyth County News, November 15, 1923
        Mr. Herschel Patterson left a few days ago for a visit to his brothers in Gordon County. He says he will likely re-enlist in the navy at an early date.

The Forsyth County News, June 12, 1924
        
Mr. Eugene Patterson of Chattanooga, Tenn., son of Mr. Sam Patterson, formerly of Cumming, spent a day or two last week with relatives here and in the county. Gene graduated at Georgia Tech several years ago and has a good position in Chattanooga. His old friends are glad to know of his success in life.

The Forsyth county News, August 28, 1924
        
Col. Geo. L. Patterson of Valdosta is here this week assisting his father in the court business.

The Forsyth County News, April 15, 1926
        
Mr. J.A. Patterson and family of Atlanta spent Sunday with Mrs. H.L. Patterson.

The Forsyth County News, July 14, 1927
        Mr. J.A. Patterson and family and Mr. Henry Patterson of Atlanta visited relatives here Sunday.

Payne
The North Georgian, December 1, 1922
        
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Payne have returned from a visit to relatives around Jefferson.

Phagan
The Forsyth County News, January 19, 1922
        
Mr. Harrison Phagan and family moved to South Georgia. We hate to lose them but wish them well in their new home.

The Forsyth County News, November 23, 1922
        
Mr. H.M. Phagan is moving to South Georgia. We regret to have them leave, but wish them well in their South Georgia home.

Phillips
The Forsyth County News, December 2, 1901
        
Forsyth County is losing some of her best citizens...Mrs. Betty Phillips will leave this week for South Georgia.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Mrs. J.L. Phillips is at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. J.R. Echols, who is very low at her home in Atlanta.

Pierce
The Forsyth County News, June 14, 1923
        
Mrs. L.B. Pierce left Saturday for her home in Lawndale, N.C. The best wishes of our people go with her.

Pilgrim
The Forsyth County News, October 19, 1917
        
Mr. John Pilgrim left Tuesday for Chamblee, where he is to be the Cashier of the recently organized bank. John has a host of friends who wish him well in his new field of labor.

The Forsyth County News, October 13, 1921
        Mr. Edgar Pilgrim has returned to his home in Decatur, Ala., after a few days visit to his mother on Route 5.

The Forsyth County News, April 12, 1923
        
Mr. Edgar Pilgrim has accepted a position in Birmingham, Ala., and left Wednesday to take up his work.

The Forsyth County News, November 15, 1923
        
We understand that Mr. Fed [Fred?] Pilgrim is selling out and will move away. We hate to see him go but wish him well...

The Forsyth County News, December 6, 1923
        Mr. Fred Pilgrim left for Birmingham, Alabama Sunday, where he has accepted a position. His family will leave about the first of the year to join him there.

The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
Mr. John Pilgrim of Atlanta spent Sunday with relatives near town.

The Forsyth County News, September 18, 1924
        
Mrs. Lou Pilgrim will leave Sunday for a stay with her son, Mr. F.C. Pilgrim, in Memphis, Tenn.

The Forsyth County News, November 3, 1933
        
Mrs. Lou Pilgrim has returned from Buford, where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. C.M. Turner. Mrs. Turner's friends will regret to learn of her death which occurred Monday night, October 16.

Pirkle
The North Georgian, August 22, 1902
        
Mr. T.J. Pirkle and mother, Mrs. Willis Pirkle, are visiting Mr. Raymond Pirkle in Mississippi this week.

The Forsyth County News, November 9, 1917
        
Mr. Taylor Pirkle has returned from Chamblee and wants to collect up his accounts.

The North Georgian, November 23, 1917
        Messrs. J.D. and Cliff Pirkle of Norcross spent one night last week with their brother, Mr. A.G. Pirkle.

The Forsyth County News, August 11, 1921
        
Miss Myrtle Pirkle of Atlanta is visiting her father, Mr. J.M. Pirkle, on Route 2.

The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Miss Myrtle Pirkle and Mrs. Elsie Wallace of Atlanta, who have been visiting their father, Mr. J.M. Pirkle, have returned home.

The Forsyth County News, September 15, 1921
        
Mr. Cleon Pirkle and family and Mrs. Wade Orr and family of Flowery Branch spent Sunday with Mr. R.C. Orr.

The Forsyth County News, May 10, 1923
        Mr. Willis Pirkle of Fort Benning has been spending several days with his sister, Mrs. A.B. Reeves.

The Forsyth County News, April 15, 1926
        Dr. W.H. Pirkle of Cochran and Mr. Hope Pirkle of Birmingham are visiting Mrs. N.T. Pirkle near Silver Shoals.

The Forsyth County News, August 1, 1929
        
Mr. Nathanial Pirkle and family of Ranger, Texas, who have been spending a few days with relatives in the county, have returned home.

The Forsyth County News, November 4, 1937
        
Mr. William Pirkle and sisters, Era and Ollie, visited their sister near Norcross Sunday.

Pool
The North Georgia Baptist, August 25, 1899
        
Mr. Jasper Pool and some members of his family are visiting relatives in Cherokee this week.

Poole
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
Mr. Jewell Poole of near Buford spent last week with his grandmother, Mrs. Rina Stone.

Porter
The Forsyth County News, June 10, 1926
        Mrs. J.J. Porter has returned to her home in Buford after visiting her son, Mr. John Porter.

Price
The Forsyth County News, May 6, 1926
        
Mr. J.L. Price visited his sister, Mrs. Wallis, in Gainesville last week.

The Forsyth County News, August 5, 1926
        
Mr. William Poole and sister, Miss Elvyn, are visiting relatives at Toccoa this week.

Pruitt
The Forsyth County News, September 7, 1922
        Misses Leita and Bertie Pruitt, who have been visiting their aunt at Ball Ground, have returned home.

The North Georgian, January 12, 1923
        
Mr. Otis Pruitt came up from Atlanta and spent a day or two first of the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Pruitt.

The Forsyth County News, June 23, 1927
        Misses Ima and Nola Pruitt have returned home after a visit to relatives at Sycamore.

Puckett
The North Georgian. January 18, 1918
        Mrs. J.W. Puckett of Dunwoody is spending several days with her mother, Mrs. J.M. Ramsey.

The North Georgian, November 22, 1918
        
It is reported that Mr. Cisco Puckett will move to Dahlonega in the near future.

The Forsyth County News, February 15, 1921
        
Mr. Will Puckett recently sold his farm at what is known as the Densmore Old Place to his nephew, Mr. Heck Cheek, of Dunwoody.

Puett
The Forsyth County News, April 13, 1922
        
Mr. J.E. Puett accepted a position in the government service in Atlanta, he having been appointed head of the Narcotic Department of the Internal Revenue Service. His headquarters will be in the U.S. Customs House (Post Office Building)...he and Mrs. Puett will go down to the city Saturday and remain a few weeks, later returning to spend the weekend, or every other weekend, at their home here.

The Forsyth County News, August 10, 1922
        
Dr. W.W. Puett and family have moved from Rhine to Eastman.

The Forsyth County News, November 2, 1922
        
W.B. Puett...is an old Cumming boy, and a brother of J.G. and J.E. Puett. Will Puett, though in bad health for many years, has by energetic effort and business application, accumulated a nice fortune in North Carolina, and this is very pleasing to his many friends in Cumming.

The Forsyth County News, November 8, 1923
        
Mr. Will B. Puett of Charlotte, N.C. jas been up for a few days with his brothers, J.G. and J.E. Puett.

The Forsyth County News, November 17, 1927
        Dr. Will Puett and family of Eastman and Mr. Mack Puett and family of Decatur were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Puett Sunday.

Ramsey
The North Georgian, May 18, 1923
        Mr. Oscar Ramsey and family of Atlanta were visiting Mrs. Martha Ramsey Saturday night and Sunday.

        Miss Ollie Ramsey spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Luther Williams, at Alpharetta.

Reid
The North Georgian, August 12, 1921
        
Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Reid of Canton were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Reid and family from Saturday till Tuesday.

The North Georgian, July 3, 1924
        
Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Reid of Canton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Reid.

The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
R.C. Reid and Ben Wiley of Atlanta spent Sunday with Mr. W.W. Reid and family.

The Forsyth County News, June 9, 1927
        
Mr. Bill Reid of Rome spent Sunday with Mr. W.W. Reid and family.

Rhodes
The Forsyth County News, August 9, 1918
        
Mrs. Lou Rhodes of Murrayville is visiting her son, Mr. Ed Rhodes, on Route 6.

Richardson
The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mr. J.W. Richardson spent Sunday with home folks at Jefferson.

Riden
The Baptist Leader, December 5, 1895
        
Guy B. Riden and wife have returned from Texas on account of Mrs. Riden's health.

The North Georgian, August 22, 1902
        
Mrs. Dr. H.P. Riden has been spending a week with relatives in Jackson County.

The Forsyth County News, September 25, 1924
        
Mrs. E.C. Riden has returned from a visit to her son [Dr. Claud Riden] at Bostwick.

Roberts
The Forsyth County News, November 16, 1917
        
Mr. F.G. Roberts of Cordele spent the week with his family in town.

The North Georgian, September 9, 1921
        Mrs. F.G. Roberts and children have returned to their home in Cordele after visiting relatives here for a week or two.

Rogers
The North Georgian, July 4, 1919
        
Mrs. J.L. Rogers is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harrison Hawkins, near Buford.

The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Messrs. Willis and Edwin Rogers of Atlanta spent the weekend with relatives here.

The Forsyth County News, December 8, 1921
        
Mrs. R.N. Rogers and Miss Julia Jones of Duluth spent a few days last week with Mrs. A. Strickland and family.

The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Messrs. Willis and Edwin Rogers of Atlanta spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. J.L. Rogers.

The Forsyth County News, June 23, 1927
        
Dr. Holbert Rogers of Jefferson, Georgia visited his mother, Mrs. R.P. Rogers, near town last week.

Roper
The North Georgian, August 12, 1921
        
Rev. and Mrs. R.A. Roper spent Thursday night with Mr. Walter Roper and family at Free Home.

The Forsyth County News, December 22, 1921
        
Mr. Marion Roper of Atlanta is visiting homefolks.

The Forsyth County News, December 6, 1923
        Mr. C.T. Roper of Cuba is selling out his effects, and will move to Atlanta shortly. We hate for him to leave our county, but wish him well in the Gate City.

The Forsyth County News, October 23, 1924
        
Mrs. C.T. Roper of Atlanta spent the first of the week with relatives around Cuba.

Rusk
The Forsyth County News, November 1, 1918
        
Dr. Will Rusk of Alpharetta, who was born and reared in our county, has been made a Lieutenant in the army and is now in camp. His friends here wish him well in the service.

Samples
The North Georgian, May 21, 1909
        
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Samples, who have been visiting Mr. Lafatte Samples and family for the past month, returned to their home at Gainesville.

The Forsyth County News, April 19, 1923
        Mr. Elbert Samples of Atlanta spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H.F. Samples on Route 6.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Mrs. W.C. Samples of near Norcross spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Hulsey, of Route 6.

The Forsyth County News, August 21, 1924
        
Mrs. I.S. Samples of Atlanta is visiting her mother, Mrs. S.G. Cross.

The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1929
        
Mr. and Mrs. George Samples of Chattanooga, Tenn. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.H.F. Samples for a few days.

Sams
The Forsyth County News, August 29, 1919
        Mr. C.A. Sams and family of Canton spent last week with relatives on Route 7.
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        Mr. Ezra Sams of Atlanta is spending a few days with his father, Mr. A.J. Sams, on Route 2.

Satterfield
The Forsyth County News, July 28, 1921
        
Mr. J.L. Satterfield of Montezuma has been spending several days with relatives in the county.

Settle
The Forsyth County News (?), March 21, 1919
        
Mrs. O.W. Settle and children of Norcross have been spending several days with her father, Mr. C.T. Kemp, and other relatives here.

The Forsyth County News, June 9, 1927
        Mr. Cleo Settle and family of New Orleans are visiting Mr. G.T. Settle.

Settles
The Forsyth County News, August 22, 1929
        Messrs. Gwendolyn and Alford Settles of Atlanta are visiting relatives here this week.

Sewell
The Forsyth County News, November 8, 1923
        Mr. J.W. Sewell will move to South Georgia in the near future. We wish him well in his new home.

Shadburn
The Forsyth County News, November 9, 1917
        
We regret to learn of the illness of Mr. R.W. Shadburn of Buford, formerly of Cumming.

The North Georgian, August 12, 1921
        
Miss Cora Mae Shadburn left Tuesday for Atlanta, where she will be the guest of her cousin, Miss Irene Allen.

The Forsyth County News, November 3, 1927
        Mr. Bascomb Shadburn of Ocala, Florida, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Shadburn.

Shaw
The North Georgian, August 12, 1921
        
Mrs. W.T. Shaw and children of Atlanta, who have been visiting relatives here, have returned home.

Simpson
The Baptist Leader, December 6, 1894
        R.H. Simpson and family of Pleasant Grove will leave in a few days for Texas.

Singleton
The Forsyth County News, February 28, 1918
        
Mr. John T. Singleton of Linton, Ind., who has been with his father, Mr. J.C. Singleton, during his illness, expects to return home in a few days.

Smith
The North Georgian, July 4, 1919
        
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith of Athens are spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Smith and other relatives in the county.

The Forsyth County News, January 6, 1921
        Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith, formerly of this county, announce the arrival of twin boys at their home.

The North Georgian, July 29, 1921
        
Mr. Harry Smith from South Georgia is visiting his brother-in-law, Mr. A.C. Hall, and his father, Mr. Jack Smith, near Silver City.

The Forsyth County News, November 9, 1922
        
Mrs. Lucine Smith of Hartford, Conn. spent a few days last week with Mr. J.E. Brooks and family and other relatives here and in the county.

The Forsyth County News, August 14, 1924
        
Mr. Guy Smith and family of Athens are visiting Mr. E.F. Smith and family and other relatives in town.

The Forsyth County News, May 5, 1927
        
Mrs. Ethel Smith and children---C.J., Katherine, Sambo, and Charles---of Sandy Springs visited Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Smith at Silver City over the weekend.

The Forsyth County News, August 11, 1927
        
Rev. John P. smith and family left Monday for a visit to friends and relatives in Hazelhurst.

Southard
Newspaper unknown, August 23, 1918
        
Mr. Allen Southard and wife visited their son, Chelton Southard and family near Grayson last week.

The Forsyth County News, November 8, 1923
        Mr. W.M. Southard will move to Buford in the near future. We hate to give them up but wish them well in their new home.

Spence
The Forsyth County News, August 11, 1921
        
Mr. Russ Spence and Mr. Woodall of Milton County visited Mr. J.B. Spence and family the last of the week.

The North Georgian, September 9, 1921
        
Mr. J.R. Spence of Milton County was the guest of relatives here first of the week.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Little Miss Lena Mae Spence of Milton County spent the first of the week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Spence.

Steele
The Forsyth County News, August 11,1921
        
Miss Gussie Bell Steele of Atlanta is visiting relatives here.

Stephens
The Forsyth County News, August 1, 1929
        
Mr. L.D. Stephens and son Delmer, and Mrs. D.L. Phillips and Miss Antoinette Phillips attended the golden wedding of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Stephens, near Roswell, Georgia last Thursday.

        Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Stephens, formerly of this county but now living near Roswell, celebrated their golden wedding on July 25. Their children and grandchildren and a host of friends and relatives were present to honor the occasion. Two of their sons from a distance were W.E. Stephens of Thomasville, Georgia and John B. Stephens of Roanoke, Virginia.

Stewart
The Forsyth County News, January 24, 1924
        
Mrs. Dora Stewart and son Curtis left Monday for Baldwin, Georgia, where Curtis has a position. We wish them well in their new home.

Stovall
The Forsyth County News, September 7, 1922
        Mrs. W.W. Stovall of Augusta, Georgia was a recent visitor to her brother, Mr. W.E. Bell, on Route 4.

Strickland
The North Georgian, May 12, 1922
        
Mrs. Roy Strickland and children, who have been visiting relatives in Shawneetown, Ill., have returned home.

The Forsyth County News, December 9, 1926
        Mr. Tol Strickland, an old Forsyth County boy, now of Oklahoma, has been visiting relatives here the past few days.

The Forsyth County News, March 3, 1927
        
Mr. Lynn Strickland of Atlanta spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. K.A. Kemp.

The Forsyth County News, April 21, 1927
        Miss Pauline Strickland of Atlanta spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Strickland.

The Forsyth County News, August 18, 1927
        
Mr. Roy E. Strickland and family of Tampa, Fla., and Mrs. Mamie Strickland and Mr. Clifford Strickland of Atlanta were visiting Mr. and Mrs. K.A. Kemp Monday.

Summerour
The Forsyth County News, March 23, 1922
        
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Summerour spent one night last week with their daughter, Mrs. Hubert Reid, in Gainesville.

The Forsyth County News, August 22, 1929
        
Miss Catherine Summerour of Norcross is visiting relatives and friends here this week.

Tanner
The Forsyth County News, November 24, 1927
        
Mr. John Tanner of Oklahoma is visiting Mr. and Mrs. _. L. Phillips and other relatives in Georgia.

Tate
The Forsyth County News, October 25, 1923
        We understand that Mr. T.J. Tate and family will move to Gainesville this week. We hate to see them leave but wish them well in their new home.

Tatum
The Forsyth County News, August 9, 1918
        
Mrs. Ina Mae Tatum and little daughter are visiting relatives in Atlanta for several days.

The North Georgian, December 13, 1918
        
Miss Ruby Tatum of Atlanta is visiting relatives and friends in town.

The Forsyth County News, January 13, 1921
        
Mr. Rufus Tatum of Americus spent Saturday night with his mother, Mrs. Sallie Tatum.

The North Georgian, August 12, 1921
        
Mr. Guy Tatum and family left last Thursday for their new home in Texas.

The Forsyth County News, September 8, 1921
        
Mr. Robert Tatum and wife have moved to Cumming and are occupying a portion of the house with Mr. T.P. Burruss and family.

The North Georgian, March 24, 1922
        Little Miss Wansley Tatum visited her grandmother, Mrs. E.L. Tatum, in Atlanta first of the week.

The Forsyth County News, August 22, 1929
        Miss Wansley Tatum is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. E.L. Tatum in Atlanta this week.

Teal
The Forsyth County News, May 17, 1921
        
Mrs. George Teal of Winder is spending a few days with her sick mother, Mrs. Howard.

Thompson
The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        Mrs. Laura Thompson of Jefferson, Ga. is visiting relatives and friends in town this week.

Tidwell
The North Georgian, January 13, 1922
        Mr. Roy Tidwell has accepted a position with the Bona Allen Company at Buford. He will move his family to that city in a short time.

The Forsyth County News, June 30, 1927
        James and Carroll, the small sons of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tidwell, spent a few days of last week with relatives in Atlanta.

Tillerson
The Forsyth County News, December 14, 1922
        
Mr. John Tillerson will move this week between Buckhead and Atlanta. He will be engaged in the vegetable and dairy business.

Tolbert
The North Georgian, July 4, 1919
        Mrs. J.K. Tolbert spent the weekend with her daughters in Atlanta.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Mr. J.B. Tolbert of Atlanta has been spending a few days with relatives in town.

Tollison
The Forsyth County News, September 8, 1921
        
Mr. E.H. Tollison of Smyrna has spent several days with relatives in town.

The Forsyth County News, June 15, 1922
        
Mrs. E.H. Tollison and children of Smyrna have been visiting Mr. Olen Merritt and family and other relatives here and in the county.

The Forsyth County News, August 11, 1927
        
Mrs. A.J. Tollison is very sick at this writing. Her sister, Mrs. Adline Phillips of Helena, Ga. is at her bedside.

Tribble
The Forsyth County News, October 12, 1917
        
Rev. T.P. Tribble and family of Grayson passed through our town Saturday en route to Lathemtown for a visit to W.A. Lathem and family.

The Forsyth County News, May 10, 1923
        Mr. C.L. Tribble, a former Forsyth County boy who has been at Tate for a few years, has bought a stock of goods at Elizabeth Station near Marietta, and has moved there to look after it. We wish him well.

Truscott
The Forsyth County News, July 7, 1921
        
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan Truscott of Atlanta spent the weekend with relatives in town.

Tullis
The Forsyth County News, January 13, 1921
        Mr. Early Tullis of Eastman has been spending several days with relatives and friends in the county. He likes South Georgia pretty well, but still has a spot in his heart for old Forsyth.

Turner
The North Georgian, August 19, 1921
        
Mrs. Calvin Turner of Buford was the guest of relatives in town part of last week and this.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        Mrs. Equillla Turner of Lathemtown spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Pruitt.

Vaughan
The Forsyth County News, January 13, 1921
        
Mr. Cled Vaughan, who has been living in South Georgia a few years, has returned to this county to live. We welcome all his family back with us.

The Forsyth County News, July 7, 1921
        Misses Thelma and Lena Mae Vaughan of Atlanta spent the weekend with relatives here.

The Forsyth County News, June 1, 1923
        
Clyde Vaughan and family visited his brother, Rev. V.K. Vaughan near Buford one night last week.

The Forsyth County News, August 28, 1924
        
E.D. Vaughan and family are moving down near Buckhead. We wish them well in their new home.

The Forsyth County News, May 18, 1927
        
While in Marietta last Saturday, we had the pleasure of meeting a former Forsyth County man, Rev. V.K. Vaughan of Marietta, Route 4, who complimented The News very highly and stated, "that he wouldn't miss a copy of it for anything."

Walker
The Forsyth County News, November 16, 1917
        
Mr. J.W. Walker of Chamblee spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives here.

The North Georgian, September 29, 1921
        
Mrs. J.B. Walker has returned to her home in Atlanta after spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. W.T. Otwell.

The Forsyth County News, May 24, 1923
        
Miss Marion Walker, who has been teaching in our school, left Wednesday for her home in Greensboro to spend vacation. She has many friends here who regret to have her leave Cumming.

Wallis
The Forsyth County News, November 16, 1917
        
Mr. J.L. Wallis, formerly of this county but now of Cordele, has been shaking hands with his friends here for a few days.

The Forsyth County News, August 15, 1919
        
Mr. Andy Wallis and family of Gainesville spent Saturday night and Sunday with his mother.
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        Mr. Harvey Wallis and wife of Gainesville are visiting relatives here.
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        Misses Maggie and Estelle Wallis, who are teaching near Wild Cat, spent the weekend with home folks.

The Forsyth County News, May 25, 1922
        
Mr. W.D. Wallis and family of Atlanta spent the weekend with Rev. C.A. Wallis over on Route 2.

The North Georgian, January 12, 1923
        
Mr. Alex Walllis and wife of Virginia have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. M.T. Wallis.

Watson
The Forsyth County News, April 20, 1923
        
Mr. Russell Watson and family have moved to Atlanta, where he has a good position. We hate to lose them, but wish them well.

Webb
The North Georgian, November 3, 1905
        
Mr. James Webb of Webb, Ga. visited Mr. Joel Webb and family this week.

The North Georgian, May 21, 1909
        
Mr. Cliff Webb of near Roswell visited Mr. Henry Webb and family Friday night.

The Forsyth County News, November 9, 1917
        Mr. M.W. Webb and family of Gainesville were visitors to his father here Sunday.

The North Georgian, October 11, 1918
        Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Webb of Gainesville spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives here.

The Forsyth County News, August 8, 1919
        
Mr. M.W. Webb and family of Gainesville spent Sunday with his father, Mr. Joel Webb.

The North Georgian, October 28, 1921
        
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Webb of Norcross were weekend visitors to relatives in town.

The Forsyth County News, December 14, 1922
        
Mr. Joel Webb is sick at the home of his daughter, Mrs. T. Shirley, at Ocee. We hope he will soon recover.

Westbrook
The Forsyth County News, February 22, 1918
        
Mrs. Maude Westbrook of Cherokee County spent the night last week with her brother, Mr. C.P. Ezzard.

Wheeler
The Forsyth County News, June 19, 1924
        
Mrs. W.C. Wheeler of Canton spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Tallant.

Whelchel
The Forsyth County News, November 15, 1923
        
Col. and Mrs. O.T. Whelchel spent the weekend with relatives in Gainesville.

White
The Forsyth County News, April 20, 1923
        Mr. C.W. White of Buford was a visitor in Cumming Tuesday. He is a former citizen of the county and his friends are always glad to see him.

Wilbanks
The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Mr. G.W. Wilbanks, son and daughter, of Cordele, spent the weekend with relatives here and in the country.

Wilkie
The Forsyth County News, May 26, 1927
        Mr. Harrison Wilkie and family of Florida are visiting relatives and friends here for some time.

Williams
The Forsyth County News, November 16, 1917
        Mr. Q.R. Williams left Saturday for Henry County, where he has accepted a school for another year.

Newspaper unknown, August 23, 1918
        
Mr. Judge Williams left Friday for Lawrenceville where he will spend a few days with his brother, Mr. C.T. Williams.

The North Georgian, October 11, 1918
        
Mr. Arnold Williams of Dalhart, Texas is visiting home folks.

        Mr. Ralph Williams has moved to Lawrenceville.

The Forsyth County News, February 17, 1921
        Esq. J.L. Williams left Wednesday to spend some time in Texas with his daughter, Mrs. J.C. Riddle. The Esq. attended meeting at Beaver Ruin last Sunday for the first time in 40 years.

The Forsyth County News, September 5, 1921
        Miss Amelia Williams of Atlanta is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Williams.

The Forsyth County News, September 15, 1921
        
Mrs. F.T. Williams and children spent last week with relatives in Gainesville.

The North Georgian, November 11, 1921
        Mr. J.L. Williams of Sherman, Texas has been visiting relatives and old friends around Cumming and Corinth.

The Forsyth County News, November 17, 1921
        
Mr. J.L. Williams has returned to his home in Sherman, Texas after a short visit to relatives around here.

The Forsyth County News, July 3, 1924
        
Mr. J.L. Williams of Tavares, Fla. is spending a few days with relatives here and in the county.

The Forsyth County News, September 18, 1924
        
Mr. Quinton R. Williams closed school at Ebenezer Friday and has accepted a position in South Georgia as a teacher.

Wisdom
The North Georgia Baptist, October 4, 1901
        Mr. J.W. Wisdom will accept a position with Mr. S.P. Cobb at Canton next year instead of Mr. R.T. Jones as stated last week.

Wise
The Baptist Leader, March 5, 1897
        Miss Betta Lena Wise of Villa Rica is spending awhile here with her sister, Mrs. L.M. Orr.

Wolfe
The Forsyth County News, October 5, 1917
        
Mr. Henry Wolfe came over from Lexington and spent a few days with his family the last of the wek.

Worley
The North Georgian, January 12, 1923
        
Miss Nellie Worley visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Green Worley, a day or two last week.

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