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Jones County Georgia Obituaries:
1810 - 1849

September 19, 1810
Georgia Journal
  DIED, in Jones county, on the 15th instant, at a very advanced age,Col. John Jones, A Revolutionary Patriot of sterling merit.



September 23, 1812
Georgia Journal
~excerpt~ DIED, on Sunday the 13th inst, at Clinton, Jones county, in the 32d year of is age, WILLIAM D. BUNKLEY, of a violent attack of the Fever, which he bore with unshaken fortitude,


February 28, 1816
Georgia Journal
 DIED at his residence in Jones county on the 7th instant. Capt. Thomas Raines, in the fifty-fourth year of his age. In Capt. Raines we have lost another venerable Hero of seventy-six. He was indeed a patriot, a man who distinguished himself in our memorable struggle for freedom. and one of the very few, who after enjoying through a series of years of peaceful prosperity, the just rewards of their revolutionary labors, have witnessed the honorable conclusion of a second conflict with Great Britain. - He has left an affectionate wife, several children and many respectable relatives to lament their irreparable loss.

May 1, 1816
Georgia Journal
  Departed this life on Wednesday, 17th ult. at his residence in Jones county, the Rev'd ISHAM REESE, in the 60th year of his age. He had professed, and no doubt, enjoyed religion 52 years, had faithfully preached the Gospel in the Methodist order for about 40 years, through all which time his example has been as a light to influence to virtue and holiness. His last affliction, which continued for about eight months, be bore with Christian submission and fortitude, was never heard to murmur or complain, but (as hour holy religion inspires) meekly sunk into the will of his God, and his spirit returned to its long sought rest. To his disconsolate widow and children, the loss is irreparable, but his eternal gain.

September 18, 1816
Georgia Journal
  Died, in Jones County, on the 10th instantMrs. Mary Stubbs, consort of Mr. James Stubbs, aged sixty one; for a number of years she was a member of the Baptist Church.



April 22, 1817
Georgia Journal
  Departed this life on Saturday the 12th instant, Miss Caroline Hawkins, daughter of Col. Benjamin Hawkins, late Creek Agent-aged nine years.

December 3, 1817
Georgia Journal
   DIED, on the 14th instant, at his residence in Jones county, after a short but severe illness, Mr. JOHN CRITCHER, in the twenty-fifth year of his age.



March 31, 1818
Georgia Journal
~excerpt~    Departed this life, on the 21st of February last, at the residence of Mrs. Lavinia Hawkins, in Jones county, Miss Georgia A. Hawkins, the eldest daughter of the late Col. Benjamin Hawkins.

April 20, 1818
Georgia Journal
  Departed this life at Clinton on Wednesday the 15th instant, Mr. Stephen W. Snow, a native of Providence, R. I. Mr. Snow repaired to this state about two years ago, in order to recover his health, and stop if possible, the rapid in ads of the Consumption, on his youthful constitution: But all his exertions have proved abortive, and he has been removed from this vale of tears to the mansions of glory. He has left and affectionate wife and two small children, to mourn their irreparable loss.

May 19, 1818
Georgia Journal
Died in Clinton, on the 7th inst, Dr. Marshall Durrett, in the 31st year of his age, after suffering a long & painful illness, which he bore with philosophic patience and fortitude. The Doctor was a native of Albemarle county, Virginia, and for a number of years a resident of Georgia, He has left a disconsolate widow, an affectionate brother & a numerous circle of acquaintances by whom he was greatly esteemed and respected.

September 15, 1818
The Reflector
DIED, on the night of the 8th inst. Mrs. Joanna Lamar, aged 24 years consort of Jeremiah Lamar, of Jones county. She has left two children, one an infant 11 days old, and a disconsolate husband, together with a number of relatives, who are feelingly alive to the emotions of sorrow for her untimely exit. She was a loving and affectionate wife - a fond and indulgent mother. As a friend her virtues shone with distinguished luster. To her purity and innocence she added an inexhaustible fund of sensibility.
To those who knew her not, no words can paint,
And those who knew her, know all words are faint.



April 13, 1819
Georgia Journal
DIED, in Clinton, a few days ago, Mr. W___ Wallage, lately from Scotland.

July 13, 1819
Georgia Journal
  The Rev. Edmund Shackeford, will preach the funeral sermon of Samuel Dent, deceased, at the residence of Mrs. Dents, in Jones ocunty, on the 4th Sabbath, in this month. The friends and relations of the decased, are invited to attend. July 5, 1910/



February 18, 1822
Daily Georgian
DIED, At Clinton, Jones' County, in this state, on the 15th inst. Mr. SAMUEL EVANS, late merchant of this city......On the 17th Jan. his right thigh was badly broken by the upsetting of his gig, about one mile from Clinton; until the 2d inst. he was improving, and every prospect appeared of his being soon able to resume his journey-when he took cold, and alock-jaw ensued, of which he died.

May 21, 1822
Southern Recorder
~excerpt~  Departed this life on the 15h inst. Daniel D. Tompkins Osborn, only son of Col. W. C. Osborn, Jones county, near eight months old.-

July 9, 1822
Georgia Journal
DIED - In Jones county, on the 10th instant, the Rev. JOEL WILLIS, in the 71st year of his age, a minister of the Gospel of the Baptist order for about 40 years. He lived an upright and orderly life, a pattern of piety to all that knew him. He has left a wife and ten children to mourn the death of a deceased husband and father. He was one of the old seventy-sixers.

September 24, 1822
Georgia Journal
~excerpt~  DIED..At his residence in Jones county, on the night of Wednesday the 11th instant, Col. WM. JONES, after an illness of fourteen days, in, the 44th year of his age...He has left a wife and eight children to deplore his early exit.

September 24, 1822
Georgia Journal
~excerpt~ DIED, In Jones county, on Tuesday morning the 17th instant, in the 31st year of her age, Mrs. ELIZABETH WATT, wife of Hugh Watt, Esquire, and daughter of General Abraham Phillips, of Rockingham, (N.C.) after a severe attack of the bilious fever for nine days...husband and 4 small children...

September 24, 1822
Georgia Journal
~excerpt~ death of Mrs. NANCY M. DAVIS, late consort of Major John M. Davis, of Clinton. Mrs. Davis departed this life on Tuesday the 17th instant, in the 27th year of her age; a few days before, she was severely attacked with the bilious pleurisy...Major Davis had resided about twelve months in Clinton...

October 23, 1822
Georgian
DIED, In Jones county, Miss Emelie Deloney, aged 13 years.
 

October 28, 1822
Georgia Journal
    DIED in Jones county, a few days ago, Mr. ROBERT R. FARRAR, late of Chatham county, North Carolina.

November 19, 1822
Connecticut Courant
Died. At Clinton, (Ga.) Miss Abby Ely, daughter of the Rev. Zebulon Ely, of Lebanon, Conn.

December 28, 1822
Independent Chronicle and Boston Patriot
DIED. On the 28th ult. at the house of Col. Moses Fort, in Marion, Georgia, Miss Harriot Cushing, preceptress in the Twiggs County Academy, and recently from the town of Chesterfield, Mass. of which she was a native. She died after a severe illness of four weeks, aged 23. During a residence of eleven months in Marion, her amiable, virtuous and accomplished deportment had secured to her the friendship and esteem of all who knew her.



September 16, 1823
Georgia Journal
DIED - In Clinton, Jones county, Georgia, on the 30th ult after a short illness, Mr. COLLIN MURKISON, son of Mr. Daniel Murkison of Moore county, North Carolina, whence he migrated in 1822. He has left a disconsolate wife and brother to mourn his loss and society has lost an honest, worthy, and industrious citizen. His friends have this consolation in their distress; that among his acquaintances in Georgia he had no enemy, but was respected by all, and beloved by those who intimately knew him. He remains were interred with military honors by the Clinton Independent Blues, of which he was formerly a member, and attended by a large concourse of citizens.

October 14, 1823
American Mercury
  Died, At Fortville, Jones county, on the 10th ult. in the 33d year of his age, Dr. Orray Ticknor, a native of Connecticut.

October 22, 1823
Augusta Chronicle
 Died, in Harrisburg, on the 17th inst. JANE ELIZABETH, daughter of Mr. Jas. Primrose, a most promising and affectionate child, aged four years and three months. The death of this child causes to look back and further record the visitations of the grim tyrant to this afflicted family in a few months - this being the fourth since February last. ELLEN, on the 25th February, at Harrisburg, in her first year.MARY, on the 10th August, in Jones county, in her third year. LYDIA (the twin of Ellen) on the 18th of September, in her second year, in Jones county. Alas! all the anxiety and diligence of the parents, in traveling the country for health for their little ones could not save them - one was taken before they set out, two while in the back country, and another on their return home. The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken to his bosom again. Weep not parents your children are happy.



October 25, 1824
Georgia Journal
  DIED, On the 16th inst. at his house in Jones county, after a short illness, Mr. JOHN BIVINS, aged 31 years. He was a man of intergrity and benevolence - an affectionate husband - He has left a wife and child and many relations and friends to deplore his loss.

November 18, 1824
Savannah Republican
DIED, In Jones County, on the 25th ult. in the 22d year of his age, Mr. ALFRED W. HAMILTON, eldest son of Walter Hamilton, Esq. of Hancock county.



April 13, 1825
Augusta Chronicle
  Married, in Clinton, Jones county, on the 20th ult by Solomon Hodge, Esq., Mr. ROGER M'GRATH, merchant, to Miss MARY WILLIAMSON, both of that place.


December 12, 1826
Macon Telegraph
Died. In Jones county, on the 6th October,LAURA DODD, daughter of John L. Blackburn.


April 16, 1827
Southern Recorder
  Departed this life in Jones county, on Friday, the 13th ult. Mrs. ELIZABETH JACKSON, consort of William Jackson, aged thirty years.

May 8, 1827
Georgia Journal
DIED..In the 60th year of his age, at his residence in Jones county, on the 23d of April last, JOSEPH DUCKWORTH, of a lingering and painful illness, which he bore with christian fortitude and patience. Mr. Duckwork was an active youth in defence of his country's freedom in quelling Indian disturbances at the close of the Revolutionary war. He has left a disconsolate widow and numerous train of connexions and friends to mourn his irreparable loss - A faithful friend, an affectionate husband, indulgent parent and clement master. Fare thee well, my friend - Peace to thy manes-I knew thee well.



June 9, 1828
Macon Telegraph
Died. In Jones county on the 2d instant, Mrs. Priscilla, wife of John King, of an epileptic fit. She was in good health but in a few minutes before her death, and she had only time to say to her husband, to support her, that she was dying. She was a member of the Baptist Church, and has left a large family of children and friends, to lament her untimely death.

July 21, 1828
Macon Telegraph
DIED. In Clinton, on the 17th June Beaulah Adeline; and on the 22d,Harriet Ann - the former aged 3 yrs 5 months and 17 days; the latter 7 years, 3 months and 17 days, only daughters of Benjamin and Eliza M. W. Trapp.

Oct 7, 1828
Georgian (Savannah)
DIED, In Jones co. (Ga.) on the 10th ult. Gardiner Tufts, of this city, aged 18.



January 3, 1829
Macon Telegraph
Died. At his residence, in Jones county, on the 14th ult. Rev. Benjamin Milner, after a severe illness of several weeks, of a liver complaint. He had been a member of the Baptist church for 27 years, the most of which time a public speaker. He died strong in the faith for which he had contended during a useful life.

March 7, 1829
Macon Telegraph
Died. In Clinton, on Sunday last, Solomon Hoge, Esq. proprietor of the Globe tavern in that village.

May 9, 1829
Macon Telegraph
Died. At his residence in Clinton, Jones county, on the 26th ult. after a painful and protracted illness, which he bore with fortitude and resignation Maj. James Billingslea, and old and respectable inhabitant of that place. He was a kind husband, an affectionate parent and a warm friend. He has left a numerous family and a large circle of friends to mourn their irreparable loss.

September 26, 1829
Southern Recorder
DIED, at LaGrange, Jones county, on the 23d inst. of a short but painful illness, MARTHA ANN WARREN, eldest daughter of Col. Warren Jourdan, aged five years and six months.
   "The storms of wintry time will quickly pass, And one unbounded Spring encircle all."

October 10, 1829
Macon Telegraph
  Departed this life, on the 6th instant, Mr. John Heath, of Jones county, aged 83 years, and for the last 30 years a pious member of the Methodist Church. A short time before he expired he was a state of delirium, but at the commencement of his attack being asked by a religious friends of his prospect of future happiness, he expressed himself willing to go, that he was done with the world, that he had no doubt of his acceptance with God, and was entirely resigned to the will of his heavenly master. He was a kind and affectionate husband, a good master, an excellent neighbor, and a worthy member of society. Although he has left no children, he has left a widow and a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn their irreparable loss. Thus lived and thus died our worthy brother. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord."

October 31, 1829
Macon Telegraph
Died. In Jones county, on the 25th inst. Mr. John Whitesett, in the 21st year of his age, late of Rockingham county, North Carolina.
  The early exit of Mr. Whitesett, is lamented, but a few months have elapsed since he quit his native home, with the tender partner of his bosom, to await his destiny amongst us; nor was it long before the unfriendly clime brought death. He was an uptight and an unassuming man, the affectionate husband, and the fond and doting parent but ere the darling babe could lisp the fond name "father," he expired. Why speak of him? against him, nothing can be said, -be this his eulogy. A few days ago, health illumined his cheek; and strength and energy were his; Now! he lies-and hes without a pulse!-and where he lies, naught but sordid dust lies there!!"

December 18, 1829
Macon Telegraph
~excerpt
Died - At her father's, (Sterling W. Smith,) in Jones county, on Saturday morning the 5th inst. after a short illness, Mrs. Mary Ann Bray, wife of Thomas H. Bray, of Marion, Twiggs county, in the 20th year of her age.



August 1, 1830
Federal Union
  ~excerpt~ DIED, in Jones county, Ga., on the 28th June, Mrs. SARAH T. TAYLOR, consort of Swepson Taylor, aged thirty-two years two months and twenty days

August 7, 1830
Federal Union
DIED. At the Indian Spring on the 30th of July last, WILLIAM MOUGHON, of Jones county, in the 27th year of his age. He left a wife and one child, to deplore their irreparable loss, together with numerous friends and connexions. - He was a tender and affectionate husband, and a kind and indulgent master, beloved and respected by his neighbors, and if he ever had an enemy in this world, it was never known.



April 28, 1831
Federal Union
DIED. On the 15th instant, at his residence in Jones county, JAMES A. DELAUNAY, Sen. in the seventieth year of his age. He was a native of France, but emigrated to this country in early life. He has left a numerous circle of relatives and friends to mourn their irreparable loss.

April 30, 1831
Macon Telegraph
DIED. At Clinton, Jones county, on the 17th instant, Uriah Peterson Thweatt, youngest son of the Reverend Thomas Thweatt, aged fifteen months.

June 11, 1831
Macon Telegraph
DIED, In Jones county, on the 22d utl.Major Mathew Marshall.

November 5, 1831
Georgian
  DIED, In Jones County, on the 25 ulumo, DANIEL BOURDEAX JUHAN, aged 33 years.



March 31, 1832
Macon Weekly Telegraph
DIED, At the residence of Mr. Wilson Pope, in Clinton, Jones county, Mr. Harvey H. Squire, a native of Massachusetts, aged 22 years. He had endeared himself to all with wom he was acquainted by his steady adherence to virtue, and he left behind him the best of all mementos, "A good name."

December 19, 1832
Georgia Telegraph
  DIED in the town of Clinton, on the 29th ulmo, after a severe illness of six days, Mrs. Nancy C. consort of Dr. A. H. Flewellen, in the thirtieth year of her age.



July 31, 1833
Macon Telegraph
DIED. At his residence, near Clinton, Jones county, on Thursday, the 4th instant Mr.Joan Dennis, aged 60 years; he has left to mourn his death; a fond widow, and a large number or relations and friends. Mr. Dennis was modest and unassuming, and was truly an honest man. - His death is regretted by all of his acquaintances and long should his virtues be remembered by them.


November 5, 1834
Federal Union
  DIED, at his residence, in Jones county, Georgia, on the 29th ultimo, Mr. BENJAMIN REYNOLDS, aged seventy-three years. - Mr. Reynolds was a native of Caroline county, Virginia. At the breaking out of the revolutionary war, he was too young to enter the service. As soon as his age would admit, he together with the patriotic citizens of that part of Virginia, so distinguished in the history of the revolution, took up arms, and entered the service of his country. At the end of the war, he removed into South Carolina into a neighborhood distinguished for their loyalty to the British crown. Mr. Reynolds from his zealous devotion to the cause of liberty, encountered the most violent persecution from his misguided associates. After the purchase of the land, on which Jones county is included, he removed thither, being one of the earliest settlers of Jones county. Mr. Reynolds has been extensively known, and from his disposition the most bland and courteous, and deportment the most urbane, will be remembered, and his loss deeply and sincerely lamented.


March 19, 1835
Macon Telegraph
Died, In Montgomery, Ala. on the 28th ult. Mr. William D. Bunkley, in the 24th year of of his age, a native of Jones County.

September 6, 1836
Southern Recorder
~excerpt. DIED, at her father's residence in Jones county, on Saturday evening, the 27th ult., after a short but severe illness, Miss AMANDA BROWN, daughter of Mr. Robin Brown, in the 20th year of her age.



September 5, 1837
Southern Recorder
  DIED, at Clinton, on the 24th August, of billious fever, after an illness of nine days, MATILDA H. only daughter of Robert V. and Elizabeth C. Hardeman, aged 7 years, 10 months and 25 days.

October 9, 1837
Macon Telegraph
Died, In East Macon on Wednesday evening the 4th Inst. Casandra Oliva Hoge, Youngest daughter of the late Solomon Hoge Esq. of Clinton Jones county, aged 8 years, 1 month, and four days.

October 10, 1837
Southern Recorder
~excerpt~ DIED. At Midway, on Wednesday, the 20th instant, at the house of Mrs. Rutherford, Mr. THOMAS F. GORDON, eldest son of Gen. Gordon, of Jones county, in the 17th year of his age....Midway Seminary, (of whiche the deceased was a member)..



July 24, 1838
Southern Recorder
  ~excerpt DIED, near Clinton, Jones county, on the 19th of June, Mrs. MARTHA W., consort of Mr. Thomas H. Bray, aged 27 years-leaving two small children and numerous friends to mourn her loss.

October 23, 1838
Southern Recorder
 DIED, In Clinton, on Saturday, the 13th instant,Charlotte Mary Lowther, infant daughter of T. M. Furlow of this county, aged two months and twenty seven days.



February 26, 1839
Federal Union
  DIED, in Jones County, on the 23d inst, Mr. ISHAM CHOAT, in the 35th year of his age.

March 5, 1839
Macon Telegraph
DIED. At Fortville, on the 18th inst.Mrs. DRUCILLA HUTCHINGS, consort of Robert Hutchings, Esq., of Jones county, in the 54th year of her age.

July 16, 1839
Federal Union
  DIED, At his residence in Jones county, suddenly  of cramp colic on the 2d inst. Col. Zachariah Rowe, leaving behind a wife and several small children to lament his death, besides numerous relatives and friends.

September 24, 1839
Federal Union
  Died, on Thursday, the 12th inst., at the house of Mr. William Bull, in Monroe county, of the Congestive fever, BENJAMIN LINDSAY, son of Jacob Lindsay, of Jones county, in the 26th year of his age. Mr. Lindsay was a young man much esteemed among his acquaintances, industrious and moral in his habits, unassuming and amiable in his deportment-his memory will long be cherished by a large circle of relations and friends.



August 4, 1840
Federal Union
~excerpt~ DIED, in Jones county, on the 9th inst., of a protracted illness, Mrs. TEMPERANCE GLOVER, consort of Wilie Glover, in the 47th year of her age.

October 5, 1840
Macon Telegraph
DIED. At the residence of his father, in Jones county, on the 5th ult., Mr.James W. Merrett, in the 29th year of his age. The deceased was the unfortunate individual so badly injured at the Convention in Macon, on the 23th August by the falling of a portion of the Speaker's stand. He died of the wounds and bruises received from the fatal accident.

October 6, 1840
Southern Recorder
  DIED, at her father's residence in Jones county, on the 30 of September last, MARTHA B. BOWIN, in the 28th year of her age.

December 29, 1840
Federal Union
  DIED, at his residence in Jones county, on the 18th inst., Mr. BENJAMIN FINNEY, in the 56th year of his age, and for the last twenty-five years a  respectable member of the Baptist Church. He possessed in the last his unshaken confidence in his God. He has left a widow, children, and numerous relatives and friends who deeply deplore his loss.



March 23, 1841
Southern Recorder
   ~excerpt~ DIED, at the residence of his father, in Jones county, on the third instant, 5½ o'clock A.M.,  JAMES HENRY, infant son of Nathan and Elizabeth Passmore, aged four months and twenty-one days, under an affliction of three weeks and one day with St. Anthony's fire.

March 30, 1841
Macon Telegraph
DIED. In Jones county on the 3d inst., A. M. JAMES HENRY, infant son of Nathan and Elizabeth Passmore, aged four months and 21 days.

October 12, 1841
Macon Telegraph
 A young man by the name of JAMES BROACH,  aged about eighteen years, shot in Clinton on the day of the Election, by Steven G. Pierce. We do not understand that any previous difference existed between them, or even anything amounting to a quarrel, on he day. Broach, was shot through the head with a pistol, and died instantly. Pearce was arrested, and has been committed for trial, and is now in Jail in this city. Macon Messenger.

Oct 19, 1841
Macon Telegraph
   ~excerpt~ Departed this life on the 4th inst., in Jones county, in the 75th year of her age,Mrs. FRANCES LAMAR, consort of John Lamar, Senr.



February 15, 1842
Macon Telegraph
DIED. On the 5th inst. Mrs. Sarah W. Stiles, wife of Joseph G. Stiles, Esq. of Jones county, in the 47th year of her age.

April 19, 1842
Macon Telegraph
DIED. In Jones county, on the 9th inst. MrRubin Johnson, age about 35 years.

November 1, 1842
Federal Union.
~excerpts.
Obituary. Another Revolutionary hero has bade us farewell.-
  Died, at his residence in Jones county, on the 18th of October 1842, the venerable citizen and patriot - JOHN LAMAR, Esq. in the 81st year of his age.

November 22, 1842
Federal Union
  ~excerpt~DIED, at his residence, on the evening of the 2d inst. Mr. NOAH BUTT, aged sixty-six years two months and twenty-five days, and for thirty-three years a citizen of Jones county, and of the neighborhood in which he died.

December 6, 1842
Federal Union
~excerpt
Another Patriot of '76 Gone,
  Died, at the residence of Henry Finney, in Jones county, on the 2d November, DANIEL REYNOLDS, in the 81st year of his age, after  an illness of fifteen days,
  Mr. Reynolds was a native of South Carolina, and emigrated to Georgia during the struggle for liberty between the Colonies and Great Britain,-------



Febuary 21, 1843
Federal Union
   ~excerpt~ DIED, suddenly in Jones county, Ga., on Sunday evening the 5th inst., about 3 o'clock, JAMES LOCKETT, Esq., of Clinton, Ga., about 55 years old; he was an exemplary and benevolent member of the Baptist Church for many years, and has left a bereaved widow and one son and numerous relatives and friends, to lament his loss.

July 25, 1843
Macon Telegraph
DIED, In Jones county, on the 1st inst. Mr. H. F. Williams, aged 40 years.

September 26, 1843
Macon Telegraph
~excerpt
DIED. In Jones county, Sept. 17th, MARY FRANCES, eldest daughter of John Lamar, Esq. of this city, aged five years.

October 10, 1843
Macon Weekly Telegraph
  DIED, In Jones county, on the 27th ult. Mr. THOMAS LOWE, aged 48 years. Mr. Lowe was an upright, honorable man, an influential member of the community in which he lived. He had recently represented his county, in the Legislature, and his loss will be deeply felt by a large circle of which he was the most prominent member.

October 24, 1843
Southern Recorder
   ~excerpt~DIED. In Jones county, on the 9th instant, of Bilious fever, AMY JOSEPHINE, daughter of Nathan and Elizabeth Passmore, aged 4 years, 11 months, and 18 days......

November 14, 1843
Southern Recorder
DIED, in Jones county, on the 26th of September last, of bilious fever, NANCY ANN, youngest daughter of Cary and Leah Davison, aged 4 years 8 months, and 25 days.

December 12, 1843
Macon Telegraph
DIED, On the 23d of October, Mrs. Sarah Brantly, wife of Mr Benjamin Brantly, of Jones county, aged 54.



February 6, 1844
Federal Union
DIED, near Blountsville, Jones county, on the 25th ult. Mrs. ASENETH S. MILLER, in the 64th year of her age, widow of the late John J. Miller. Mrs. M. was one of the first settlers of Jones county, and for many years a worthy member of the Baptist Church, which together with a large family of children and acquaintances mourn her departure, She lived respected and died lamented by all who knew her. Her exist was peaceful and happy, having a full assurance of her acceptance with her God.

May 28, 1844
Federal Union
~excerpt~ Departed this life, in Jones county, on the 4th day of April last, Mrs. SUSAN H. JUHAN,  wife of Mr. Isaac B. Juhan of that county, in the 35th year of her age.

August 20, 1844
Southern Recorder
  ~excerpt
DIED, in Jones county, near Blountsville, on the 7th of August, 1844. of Scarlet Fever, JOHN THOMAS, youngest son of
Cary and Leah Davidson, aged 3 years, 6 months, and 13 days.

August 27, 1844
Southern Recorder
DIED, In Jones county, on the 20th of July, JOSHUA B. CLARK, after a long and protracted illness. The deceased was born in the State of Virginia, on 5th July, 1778, and removed to this State in early life, settled in Jones county, where he spent a long and useful life. He was respected by all who knew him, for his honesty, morality, and virtue, and his death will be lamented by many near and dear friends.

September 17, 1844
Georgia Telegraph
  ~excerpt~ Departed this life on the 1st inst. at his residence in Jones county, Mr. George Broach, in the 60th year of his age. In the death of this old gentleman society has lost a useful member, and a large circle of acquaintances a valued friend. Mr. Broach was born in Person county, N. C., on the 17th July, 1784, whence he removed to Rockingham, and subsequently emigrated to this State, settling in Jones county, where he has resided for the last 16 years.
  He has left behind a window and six children, to mourn a loss that nothing can repay them for....

November 19, 1844
Federal Union
~excerpt
DIED - In Jones county, on the 29th of October, in the 80th year of his age, BENJAMIN BRANTLEY, Esq.
  Mr. Brantley was a native of North Carolina, but removed to this State, in the year 1800 and settled in Hancock county, where he resided until 1835, when he removed to Jones County, where he died.



1845
June 5, 1845
Augusta Chronicle
~excerpts~ DIED At 25 minutes past 2 o'clock, in the afternoon the 22d May, in Troup county, at the residence of his son, James Amoss, with whom he had lived for the last seven years, MAULDEN AMOSS, aged ninety-seven years, four months and twenty-seven days.
  He was born in Harford county in the State of Maryland, on the 25th day of December, 1747, where he grew to manhood, and to that kind of manhood, too, which nerved the arms of all our revolutionary ancestors. ....
  After the close of the Revolutionary War, he remained in his native State for a number of years, and only removed when his rising family induced him to seek a home in a fresher section of country. He then removed to Columbia county in the State, and after a few years to Jones county, where he lived until it pleased God to remove from him by death the companion of his boson, his wife, of revolutionary affiance, the mother of his children nd the idol of his affections. Soon after his said bereavement, he commenced declining evidently, and a few years more which he spent mostly with one of his sons, closed his earthly career....

December 30, 1845
Federal Union
   ~excerpt~DIED - On Monday, Dec. 6th, at the house of her husband, Mr. Thomas Lightfoot, in Jones county, MINERVA OLIVE, fifth daughter of Nathaniel Turbiville, Esq. During her sickness which was very short, she gave strong proof of her reliance upon a happy home in the bosom of her Savior. She expired at about 3 p.m. , aged 18 years, and has left a large number of friends to lament their untimely loss...



January 5, 1847
Macon Telegraph
DIED, At his residence in Jones county, on the 18th November last, Mr. THOMAS W. STEWART, a native of Mecklenbug county, N. C., but for the last forty years a resident of this county.

November 9, 1847
Federal Union
   ~excerpt~ Departed this life at the house of Thomas Hunt, Esq., in Jones county, on Sunday the 24th of October last his eldest son, Wm. M. Hunt, in the twenty-second year of his age.

December 3, 1847
Southern Recorder
DIED, In Jones County, on the 29th ult. Mr. JOHN BLOW, aged 77. Mr. Blow was an old and valuable citizen, long a useful official member of the Methodist Church, and died in peace, much respected and regretted by a large circle of attached kindred and acquaintances. K.



February 6, 1849
Southern Recorder
  Departed this life on Tuesday the 2d ultimo, at the residence of Jacob Lindsay, in Jones county, his son JESSE LINDSAY, of Tallapoosa county, Alabama, aged 30 years, 5 months, and 7 days.
   Although seriously indisposed with a severe cold, he left home with his wife and infant son, to spend the Christmas holy days with their parents in Jones and Jasper counties. His illness increased on the road, and when he reached his fathers, he had to be carried into the house, where he lingered until released from his sufferings by death leaving a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn their loss.

On Sunday morning the 7th ultimo, at the house of the late Mrs. Cabiness, of Jones county, where he had resided upwards of thirty years, Mr. DAVID WARE. For strict morality, honest integrity, and worth of private character, the deceased had no superiors and but few equals. It is believed that he had not an enemy in the world.

June 5, 1849
Federal Union
  Departed this life at his residence in Jones County on Thursday morning the 24th ult. in the 67 year of his age Mr. HENRY FINNEY.
  Mr. Finney had been the subject of affliction for the last four years, of Palsy, which he submitted to with much fortitude and resignation.
  He was not a member of any christian church yet he possessed and practiced all the virtues of a christian's life.
  His death has left a vacuum in his family that cannot be filled, and to his stricken and disconsolate wife the partner of his joys and sorrows that loss is irreparable.

July 3, 1849
Macon Telegraph
DIED. In Jones county, on the 25th ult. after an illness of about four weeks JOHN HENRY, son of David P. and Mary Ann Carson, aged six years, five months and six days.

July 3, 1849
Federal Union
DIED - On the 26th June, at Blountsville, Jones county (the place of his family residence,) Major FRANCIS TUFTS, in the 70th year of his age. He was born and raised in the State of Massachusetts, moved to Savannah, Geo. when a young man, and moved from there to this county some 25 years ago, and resided here until his death.  He left a wife and seven children to lament their irreparable loss . - Maj. Tufts was a kind and affectionate husband, a tender parent, an indulgent master-an honest and correct man, much respected, and his death will long be regretted by all who knew him.

August 28, 1849
Macon Telegraph
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DIED. In the town of Clinton, Jones county, on the 18th inst. JAMES GRAY, Esq., in the 61st year of his age. For many years a representative of Jones county in the State Legislature, and long a member of the Inferior Court, which last station he held at the time of his decease.

September 4, 1849
Federal Union
   ~excerpt~ Departed this life on the 26th ult, after a long and painful illness,  STERLING W. SMITH, Sr. Esq'r. in the 67th year of his age - A native of Brunswick County Virginia, but for the last 30 years a resident of the county of Jones in this State....Judge Smith was a highminded and intelligent farmer and devoted his life, mainly to agricultural pursuits...

   Departed this life on the 11th ult. in the 26th year of her age Mrs. CATHARINE L. DOGGET, wife of Jessie Dogget and daughter of Sterling W. Smith, Sr. Esq. since deceased. She has left two small children, a husband and numerous relatives to mourn their untimely loss.....
 

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