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Re: Traylors, Troup Co, GA
Posted by: Bill Childs (ID *****9789) Date: January 14, 2003 at 13:04:31
In Reply to: Traylors, Troup Co, GA by Elizabeth Ferguson of 896

Ida Traylor, b.abt.1854-5, Troup Co., Ga, is Mary Ida Traylor, dau of George Franklin Traylor, b. 25 July, 1827, Troup Co., Ga., d. 8 Feb, 1878, Troup Co., and his wife Mary Elizabeth (Nee: Lovelace) Traylor, b. 9 Sep 1832, Troup Co., Ga., d. 28 May 1914.
I have not found a marriage record for Mary Ida.
Mary Ida's brother James T. Traylor is James Edward T. Traylor, b.abt.1856-7, Troup Co., Ga. James m'd Fannie J. HART (b.abt.1860), on 5 Dec 1878 Troup Co. (Troup Co Marriage Records). James & Fannie's dau Mary J., b.Sep. 1879 Troup Co.
George F. and Mary E.'s other child was Lucius Hamilton Traylor, b.abt.1852 Troup Co.
Per Researcher Earle Copp ( ), George Franklin Traylor is the son of George Hamilton Traylor, b. 22 Jul 1799 Oglethorpe Co., Ga., d. 11 April 1869 Troup Co.(buried Traylor Cem., near West Point, Troup Co.), who m'd 16 May 1819 Ga., Synthia Wilson, b. 21 Dec 1799 Ga., d. 22 Jun 1866 Troup Co. (Running a "google" search may pull up Earle Copp's website.)
Per Earle Copp, George Hamilton Traylor's parents are Edward Traylor, b.abt.1760 Henrico (?) Co., Va, and Esther Banks, b.abt.1762 Va.
1860 Troup Co., Ga. Census, West Point P.O., p.195, 18 June,
at 147, 135 :
G.F.Traylor, 33, m, farmer, $6000, Ga.
M.E. ", 27, f, Ga.
L.H. ", 8, m, Ga.
Mary ", 6, f, Ga.
J.T. ", 4, m, Ga.
G.W. ", 20, m, Ga.
S.F. ", 16, f, Ga.
1870 Troup Co., Ga. Census, West Point, at 85, 85 :
G.F.Traylor, 42, m, w, farmer, $14000,$1265, Ga.
M.E. ", 37, f, w, Ga.
L.H. ", 18, m, w, Ga.
M.I. ", 15, f, w, Ga.
J.T. ", 13, m, w, Ga.
In 1860, George Hamilton Traylor lived in the Long Cane District and can be found on p.209 of that census.

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