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Re: Toliver "Tony" Towles b. 1804 SC
Posted by: Kimbal Taylor Date: August 03, 2000 at 12:07:19
In Reply to: Re: Toliver "Tony" Towles b. 1804 SC by Ann of 442

Hi Ann,
I never heard reference to "Tony" either. I just replied to earlier messages and the subject title stayed the same.
William Towles, son of Stockley and Martha, was first married to Elizabeth Ann Row and had a son names Toliver. His second wife was Catherine Culbreath. Catherine is buried in the Rocky Mount Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery. Her Tomb says..."Mrs Catherine"
"consort of COL William Towles."
Consort means "the spouse of a royal person".
This may be in reference to his being a GA Legislator. I have found no reference to his military career. He died before the War between the States. Other than Indian wars is the War of 1812 and the Mexican War. Do you know anything of this reference to being a Colonel? Also do you know where he is buried? I don't know if it is the same Seth, but I think William had a brother named Seth. Thanks for your reply. Lets keep in touch. Seems we have a common GGGG-Grandfather in William Towles.
My email address is
Thanks for your response.
Kimbal Taylor

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