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Re: Leonard Wilson Musselwhite of Crisp Co.
Posted by: Lamar Whittle Date: August 25, 2000 at 14:43:20
In Reply to: Re: Leonard Wilson Musselwhite of Crisp Co. by Hazel Walls of 407

I would like to make one small correction to your data. Mary Alice Brown, who married Thonmas A Musselwhite must have been born in North Carolina rather than Georgia because her father, James "Indian Jim" Brown did not move to Georgia until after 1807. In fact it was probably after 1813 or 1814 since he was a scout for Andrew Jackson in the war of 1812 and was given land in Pulaski County Georgia for his services. His daughter, Elizabeth, who married Magruder Wade in 1828 in Pulaski County, was born in 1807 in North Carolina. She is buried in the Cedar Creek Primitive Baptist church cemetery in what was then Dooly County but is now in Crisp County. She died on Oct. 17, 1902. Elizabeth Brown Wade was my great grandmother and Mary Alice Brown Musselwhite was her sister. Two of my aunts on my father's side of my family married sons of Uriah Musselwhite and Nancy Ford.They were Mary Madison Whittle, who married James Blackshear Musselwhite, and Sara Jane Emily "Emma" Whittle, who married Uriah Anderson Musselwhite.


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