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Re: John G. Howse, b. 1805 SC>GA
Posted by: Patricia Stallings Date: November 04, 2000 at 08:57:34
In Reply to: Re: John G. Howse, b. 1805 SC>GA by Doris Proctor of 207

Now, I know who the Felix Littleberry House mentioned in Tabitha Chandler's will is. He was the youngest son of Felix House.

Felix (1799-aft 1870)and wife Anny Chandler (married Dec 19, 1821 had children:

1)Samuel Bailey <(my line) b. Aug 8, 1831 died Nov 18, 1872, married Mary Ann Robins in 1856>

2)Charlottey Adeline House b. abt 1825

3)Caroline House

4) Amanda House b. abt 1827

5) Jane House

6) Elizabeth Tabitha House b. abt 1829

7) Frances Merritt House b. abt 1834

8) John Jeremiah Thomas House b. abt 1837

9) Felix Littleberry House b. abt 1838

Felix and Anny were in Jackson County until sometime before 1850. In the 1850 Census they appear in Lumpkin County, Georgia, and by 1860, they had moved to Morgan County. Samuel Bailey and wife moved to Gwinnett County by 1870, but Felix continued to live in Morgan, as he is listed as living with his son Felix Littleberry in the 1870 Census. I've had a hard time with this particular line since they seemed to move quite frequently.

I agree, there is definately a connection somewhere between Littleberry and Samuel's line. I've run across his name so many times that he's beginning to bug me...hopefully we can find some information!


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