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Re: Garmanys in Texas
Posted by: Ann Crumpton Date: March 05, 2001 at 19:58:53
In Reply to: Garmanys in Texas by Jan Bledsoe DeLaval of 85

Hi Jan, My research indicates that the Lamar Co., Garmany's descend from Hamiliton Garmany who was b. in Newberry Co. SC c1803. He md. Margaret McDill. Hamilton died of accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound while hunting birds, a few years after he moved to Walker Co., GA, from Gwinnett, Co., GA.

Hamilton Garmany served as Captain in the Greek Indian war in 1836 in Stewart & Gwinnette Co. GA. A record about his service is in the "History of Gwinnette County, Georgia" by James C. Flanigan 1818-1943, Vol. I, p. 115-145 and a Bio-Sketch on p. 360-363. Published by Tyler & Company, Hopeville, Georgia.

Hamilton's son George Washington Garmany md. Sarah Ann DeMara Liddell. They moved to Lamar Co. TX between 1860 and 1870. I think all the Garmany's in Lamar Co. descend from this family. I think these are their children: Fannie E.; William A.; Peter Hamilton; Moses L.; Mary Anna Margaret; Laura Josephine; Lilliam Tullula; Ralph Spencer; George Styles and Emma Damaris. I have lots of information to share, and I welcome any information that others can share on this family.


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