Diaries and Letters

 This page is part of Forsyth County Ga History and Records


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Moravian Diary Entries      1      2      3
             From HSOFCI Transcribed by Annette Bramblett


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A letter from Mary Adeline Hockenhull to her son
         From John Foster


3
The Incomplete Correspondence of Lieut Josiah Blair Patterson
Presented by Carl Allen Crowley III 2002
 


4

Williams, William S. married Frances Winn. They lived in the old Vann (James Vann) Tavern Building. Frances' father had Winn's Ferry on the Hall County side. 1850 Census Family number 962  (last entry on page).  Rev Williams is buried in the Mount Zion Cemetery, an abandoned cemetery located just south of 369 in the Oscarville community (just west of the Vann Tavern area). Letter from W. S. Williams to his wife from "America Writes Home".



George Waters appears on the Forsyth County Census

From" http://members.aol.com/lredtail/last.html  
1851 Siler Roll
NO.43
Sarah M Charlton 41
(widow, lives in Savanah, is the daughter of Major George Waters)
Thomas J Charlton 17 s
Sarah E Charlton 15 d

See When Liverpool Was Dixie   Assitant Surgeon Thomas J. Charlton CSN.  


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Journal of John Joseph Pledger Jeans Murphy, Missionary in Georgia 1886 - 1887
Transcribed and submitted by Karla Jones Great Grandaughter of J J P Jeans Murphy

Also

Diary of John Joseph Pledger Murphy, written while in a Union Prison (Point Look Out, Md.) being a Confederate Soldier – 1865

part of the AHGP Georgia State Page.