I am seeking the parents of Martha Landrum Scroggins, who was born 5 January 1817 in Oglethorpe Co., GA. She married Robert Scroggins on 29 July 1836 in Oglethorpe Co., GA and moved to Troup County, GA, where he was the plantation overseer for the Cox and
Alford family. She died 8 December 1893 in Fredonia, AL, while living with one of her children. Their daughter, Mary Jane Scroggins, born in 1846, married James Washington Dennis on 6 December 1866 in Troup Co., GA. James W. was born in Troup Co., GA on
3 July 1844 to Henry Dennis and Comfort Barnett Dennis. I don't know anything more about this couple, who their parents were and where they came from. Thanks for any help available.
I am trying to locate any information on Charles ERVIN, from West Point, Troup Co. GA. He was born 1857 and appears on the 1870 census as a house servant. Any Information would be more than I have at the moment. Thank you.
Looking for information on Lorenzo HARDIN believed to have been b. 1827 in Troup Co. By 1850 he was working in Meriwether Co. for James Shephard. He married Martha Dodson and had Sarie b. 1852, Augustus b. 1855 and Martha b. 1858. Lorenzo was dead by 1859
and Martha took the children and moved to Tallapoosa Co., AL to live with her father, Lott Dodson. I have nothing else on Lorenzo but am anxious to find out about his parents.
I am looking for information on Henry Cassels. He was the father of Benjamin Cassels who is on the 1850 census for Troop County. Henry married Charlotte Jones in 1815 in Morgan County, Ga. Charlotte appears in the 1850 census living with Benjamin. I belie
ve Henry moved his family to Troop County in the 1830's as he appears in the 1830 census still in Morgan County. Any information be helpful. thank you.
I am trying to pinpoint the location of "Sandtown" which, according to my late father-in-law was where he lived "on the road between West Point and LaGrange". It is not on maps. I know where other HOGGs lived near Hogg Mountain and assume this is(was) a c
ommunity somewhere in that vicinity. I have a county map if someone could help me specifically locate this area. Thanks.
William Erasmus BOOZE and MyrtisHUDSON were married in Troup Co. on 20 Dec 1894 at the home of her father, Dr. Hudson. William died 27 Dec 1940 and is buried in Cedartown, GA, but there is no further information on Myrtis. Any help would be appreciated.
I am looking for Elizabeth HEARN who was married to Wiley SMITH. They lived in Salem community and are buried there, Elizabeth was born May14,1778 and died May.22,1847 in Troup. Co. Ga. One of their daughters was Levisa SMITH who married Stephen Coleman
HARDY, Please if anyone has any imfo , please write. Thanks.
Researching James Marion STANFIELD, born 11Sep,1836 somewhere in Ga. Moved to Texas mid 1850's, married Sarah Foster of Marion cty Ala. 16Mar 1856 in Rusk cty, Texas. I have reason to believe some of his family may have some ties in Troup cty, Ga. Thanks.
I am a descendent of Augustus and Lucinda (STURDIVANT) O'NEAL. Augustus served in the Civil War with the 60th GA, Co. B. and both are buried at the Oneal Cemetary. Their daughter, Emma Ann Elizabeth O'neal was my great-grandmother and married Roland B. CO
OKE. Anyone researching these names please contact me.
Seeking parents, grandparents, siblings, etc., of my g- grandmother, Jane HOLLIDAY, who married my g-grandfather Thomas Hall SIMONTON, in Troup Co., GA in 1839. They raised their family across the state line in Chambers Co., AL from 1839 to about 1870. Al
so seeking ancestors and descendants of Lutisha HOLLIDAY, who is first found in Jones Co., GA in 1835 in will of John Holliday. From reading the will, it sounds like Lutisha may have been a daughter-in-law. A person by this name next appears in Chambers C
o., AL in 1840 census. Are these two HOLLIDAY women related? Jane HOLLIDAY and Thomas Hall SIMONTON had 7 or 8 children, one of which was my grandfather Augustus Hamilton SIMONTON. He had 3 sisters, one married a MCFARLAND, one a WHATLEY, and one a TOMLIN
SON. Any information on these families would be appreciated, and I will be happy to exchange information. Thanks! Faye Simonton Bryan