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Pioneers of Campbell County, Georgia

F–J

Compiled by Nancy Cornell, 1996

This information is not intended to include all the data available on each person listed, nor does it include all the people who passed through Campbell County.  The persons included are those who were found on at least two county records.  If you have additional information on any of the persons listed, please share it with the Old Campbell County Historical Society, P.O. Box 463, Fairburn, GA 30213.


FIELDS, Caleb

            Served as Private in Col. David S. Booth’s 4th Regiment, GA Militia during War of 1812.

            Purchased from the estate of Mrs. Mary Brewer on 22 May 1822.

            Juror on first Campbell Grand Jury in 1829.

            Listed on1830 Campbell census as 40-50.

            First Clerk of Inferior Court in Campbell – served as Clerk through February 1832.

 

FINDLEY, John F.

            Married Delitha Nations 7 January 1830 in Campbell

            Drew in 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 311, Dist. 19, 1st Sect.) as a resident of Smith’s Dist., Campbell.

 

FLOYD, Robert

            Married Martha M. Collins on 6 January 1834 in Campbell.

            Living in Campbell in 1840 (50-60).

 

FORBES. Jeptha N.

            Married Sarah Coryell 2 January 1842.

            May have been the son of Jeptha Forbes listed on 1830 as 50-60 with 2 sons (10-15) and 1

daughter (10-15).

            The 1850 shows Jeptha N. (31, tqnne4, b. SC); Sarah (32, b. NJ); Warren T. (6); ;Mary (3);

John (2); Ann (6 months); and George (10).

            The 1860 lists Jeptha N. (40); Sarah (22?); Warren T. (17); Mary (13); John (12); Ann (10); and

Alstin (1, male).

            Jeptha purchased goods at Rivertown from Lewis Camp in 1860 and 1861.

 

FORBES, Samuel

            Shown on 1830 Campbell census as 30-40, and listed on 1840 as 40-50.

            Drew in 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 311, 5th Dist., 3rd sect.) as a resident of Neal’s District,

Campbell Co.

 

FORSYTH, John, Sr.

            Living I Campbell by 1840 (40-50).

            Buried at Owl Rock (Feb. 1781 – feb. 1866), with wife, Maria (Aug. 1804 – May 1891).

            The 1850 Campbell census shows John & Maria were both born in Ireland.  Children living with

them in 1850 were: William (20, b. Ireland); Margarett (18, b. Ireland); Nancy (15, b. Ireland);

Andrew (10, b. GA); John (6); Ann (4); Mary (4); James (1).

 

FOSTER, Arminda A. Wood

            In November, 1856, John C. Foster married Arminda A. Wood (daughter of John M. & Sarah

Wood).  Arminda is buried with her parents at Enon (30 Nov. 1839 – 20 Jan. 1890).

            The 1860 Campbell census shows John (24); Arminda (20); & Josiah (2).  They were living next

door to her parents, John M. (54, b. SC) & Sarah (54, b. SC), & Thomas (24) Wood.

 

FOSTER, Fielding

            Living in Campbell by 1840 (70-80) with 1 female (50-60); 1 female (15-20); & 1 male (20-30).

            Died prior to 14 April 1845 when an inventory & appraisal of his estate was made;  James M.

Foster was Administrator.

 

FOSTER, Moses

            One of 3 appraisers on estate of John Hindman 22 Jan. 1840.

            The 1840 Campbell census shows his age as 40-50.

            The 1850 lists Moses (52, b. SC); Margaret (46, b. SC); Jane (18, b. SC); John O. (15, b. SC);

Abner J. (13, b. SC); Eleanor (11); Joanner M. (9, female); Moses R. (7); Pullonia O. (5, female);

Amanda A. (2); & Martha N. (7 months).

 


GAITHER, Meshack

            Living in Campbell by 1840 (40-50) with 1 female (10-15).

            Died prior to 11 Feb. 1841 when an inventory and appraisal of his estate was made.

 

GAITHER, Shadrack (S. H.)

            Living in Campbell in 1830.

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 229, 27th Dist., 2nd Sect.) as a “soldier” and a resident of

Hanner’s District, Campbell County.

            Served as Justice of the Peace in 1832 when he performed a marriage.

            In 1840, he is shown as 40-50.

 

GARRETT. Elijah

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 237, 7th District, 2nd Section) as a resident of Stanfield’s

District, Campbell Co.

            Served as Justice of the Peace in 1837, 1838 & 1839 when he performed marriages in the co.

            The 1840 Campbell census shows his age as 30-40.

 

GARRETT, Mansel

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 38, 8th Dist., 4th Sect.) as a resident of Stanfield’s Dist.,

Campbell Co.

            Mansel Garrett married Dicy Edge (widow of Alexander Edge) 17 Aug. 1837.  Marriage

performed by Elijah Garrett, JP.

 

GATEWOOD, Sarah

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 170, 7th Dist., 4th Sect.) as a widow & a resident of Hanner’s

Dist., Campbell Co.

Sarah Gatewood married Woodley A. Thomas on 15 Nov. 1836 in Campbell.

            (Note: a Philip Gatewood (30-40) was also living in Campbell in 1830 with 2 females (30-40);

2 females (5-10); 1 female under 5, & 2 males under 5.  One of the females shown as 30-40 could

be Sarah.)

 

GENNINGS (Ginnings), William

            Living in Campbell prior to 19 Jan. 1830 when he purchased 202 ½ acres, Lot 113, Dist. 9

(formerly Fayette) described as “lying on waters of Deep Creek”  (Deed Bk. A, p. 46).

            Listed on 1830 as 20-30 with 1 female (20-30) and 1 female under 5.

            The 1840 shows William (30-40), 1 female (20-30); 3 females & 2 males, all under 15.

            The 1850 shows William (42 b. NC); Elizabeth (20); David W. (18); Sarah F. (17); Jonathan (13);

            Martin V. B. (10); Ruhana A. (12, female); James C. (7); & Thomas C. (3).

            William served as Justice of the Peace from 1845-1849.

            Witnessed the will of James Jones 26 April 1854.

            Purchased goods at Rivertown 28 Jan. 1861.

            His house was used as a hospital for small pox named “Chalybeate” in 1863.

 

GENTRY (Jentry), Burgess

            Son of John Gentry whose will was probated in Campbell 4 July 1836.

            One of 3 appraisers for estate of Wm. Jones 24 Jan. 1835, and, on the estate of James H. Knox

28 Oct. 1836.

            Purchased ½ of Lot 35, Dist. 7 (formerly Coweta) on 29 Nov. 1839 (Deed Bk. C, p. 179).

            The 1840 Campbell census shows Burgess (30-40) living next to Ruth Jentry (Gentry).

            Names guardian of David Ewen, orphan of Thomas Ewen, deceased, 2 March 1846, & claimed

6 years 10 months board.

 

GIBSON, John (Revolutionary Soldier)

            He was a resident of Campbell for a few months prior to his death.  He died prior to

            3 April 1829 when his will was probated in Campbell.  It was signed in Warren Co. on 8 Aug.

1826.

His will names: wife, Clary; sons, John (deceased) Churchell & Henry; daughters, Nancy Gorman & Sarah Tucker (deceased); grandchildren (children of Sarah Tucker) Edmond Tucker, Mathew Tucker, Mark Tucker, Lucretia Tucker, John Tucker & Miriam Tucker.

An inventory was made of his estate 20 May 1829.

Clary, his wife, purchased Lot 117, Dist. 14 (formerly Fayette) at public auction on 1 Dec. 1829, and, sold 101 ¼ acres of the lot to Samuel Mosely on 3 April 1833. (Deed Bk. A pp. 25 & 322).

Clary’s sons by a previous marriage were: William M. Butt & Jesse M. Butt.  Her daughters were: Susan Ann T. Kolb & Susan B. Beall.

In 1840, Clary was probably living with her son, Jesse M. Butt.  The 1840 census shows Jesse M. Butt as 40-50 with a female 70-80 years of age.

 

GIBSON, Joseph G.

            Married Margaret Rachford (Ratchford) 3 Dec. 1840 (widow of Wm. Ratchford).

            The 1850 Campbell census shows Joseph G. (30); Margaret S. (37, b. SC); Margaret S. (9)

Sarah J. (5); Littleton H. (3); & 3 Ratchford children: John Ratchford (18); Elizabeth (14) &

Wm. T. (11).

Joseph’s wife, Margaret, was the daughter of William English whose will (signed 1848) names Margaret as wife of Joseph Gibson & names grandson, James Ratchford.

            Margaret Ratchford is listed as head of household in the 1840 Campbell census with 1 female

(5-10); 1 male (10-15) & 1 male under 5.

 

GILBERT, John

            Purchased goods at the estate sale of Mrs. Mary Brewer on 22 May 1829.

            Purchased goods at sale of James C. Henderson in May or June 1829.

            Shown on 1830 Campbell census as 20-30 with a wife (20-30) & 4 children.

 

GILBERT, William

            Married Drucilla Canada on 8 January 1837.  (Drucilla Gilbert was listed as heir of Charles

Wilson in 1909 – relationship not given.)

            Listed in 1840 Campbell census as 20-30 with wife (20-30) & 1 male under 5.

 

GILES, John H.

            Married Sarah Sanders on 7 September 1836.

            Listed on the 1840 Campbell census (20-30) with wife (20-30) & 2 females under 5.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows John H. (32); Sarah (31); Mary Ann (11); Martha  F. (9);

            James M. (8); John S. (7) Frances Ann (5); Joseph (4); William (3); & Larkin (1).

Mary Ann married Nevil Rials 13 Nov. 1856; Martha married John Hawkins 29 Dec. 1858; & Fannie married J. T. Mobbs 21 Oct. 1863.

            John H. witnessed the will of Absalom Strawn in 1854.

 

GLASSON, William

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Neal’s District, Campbell County.

            Listed on 1840 Campbell census (30-40) with family.

 

GOOD, Daniel C., Jr.

            Married Nancy McKoy 22 Oct. 1835.

            The 1840 Campbell census shows Daniel (20-30); Nancy (20-30); 1 female under 5 & 1 male

under 5.

            The 1840 Campbell census also shows Daniel C. Good Sr. (70-90) with 1 female (60-70).

 

GORMAN, Claiborn

            Shown on deeds as a resident of Campbell County in 1829.

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Neal’s District, Campbell Co. (Lot 2, 23rd Dist.,

3rd Sect.)

            One of 3 appraisers of the estate of Tunison Coryell 27 Jan. 1835.

            The Campbell Superior Court Criminal Docket 1839-52 shows Claiborn Gorman was charged

with “manslaughter” in April Term 1842.  A verdict of “Not Guilty” was given in Oct. Term 1842.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows Claiborn (55); Elizabeth (49); Elizabeth E. (19); Martha

A. (15); & Stephen (5).

            The 1870 Campbell Mortality Schedule shows Claiborn Gorman, 76, died of “consumption” in

August 1869.

            Claiborn’s will was probated in Campbell 6 Sept. 1869.  It names: sons, James M., Francis A. S.,

William H., & Claiborn H.; daughters, Roena A. Black (wife of Chas. D. Black); Elizabeth E. Gorman; Martha A. Hurt (wife of James W. Hurt); & Nancy Danforth, deceased (wife of William Danforth).

 

GORMAN, William H.

            Son of Claiborn Gorman.

            Married Amanda M. Black 10 Nov. 1840.

            Listed on 1850 Campbell census as 28 years of age, mechanic; Manda M. (26); Charles B. (8);

Wm. (5); Elizabeth F. (3); & Thomas B. (1).

 

GRAY. Isaac

            Juror on first Campbell County grand Jury in 1829.

            Witnessed deed (Deed Bk A, p. 96) on Oct. 23, 1830.

 

GRAY, James

            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 30-40.

            Witnessed deed (Deed Bk. A, p. 499) on Dec. 5, 1835.

            Still living in Campbell in 1840.

 

GREEN, Edmond (Edward?)

            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 20-30 with 1 female (20-30).

            Edmond Green married Eliza Garner on 24 October 1832.  They were married by Shadrach

Greene, JP.

 

GREEN(E), Shadrach

            Juror on first Campbell Grand Jury in 1829.

            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 30-40.

            Served as Justice of the Peace 1832-1838.

            Listed on the 1840 Campbell census.

 

GRIFFIN, Abner J.

            Married Talitha Thomason on 3 August 1837.

            The 1840 Campbell census lists Abner (20-30) & Talitha (20-30) with 1 female under 5.

The 1850 Campbell census lists Abner (34, b. SC); Talitha (34); Mary J. (10); David C. (8);

Ivy J. (5, male); Dority (4, female); Margaret (3); Lavina (1).

Abner purchased goods at Campbellton in December, 1853, & January, 1854.

The 1860 Campbell census shows: Abner 43, b. SC); Talitha (44); David (18); Ivery (16, male);

Dorthy (14); Margaret (13); Nancy (11); John (9); Frances (7, female); & Albert (1).

The 1864 Militia Eligibility List shows: Abner Griffin, 47 yrs. 4 mos., farmer, b. SC.

 

GUNNELL, William R. (Revolutionary Soldier)

            Drew in the 1827 Land Lottery as a resident of DeKalb (Lot 72, Dist. 2, Muscogee Co.)

            On the 1840 Campbell census, he is shown as a Revolutionary pensioner, 84 years old.

 

 

GURLEY, William T.

            Living in Campbell by 1830 (40-50).

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 220, 7th Dist., 2nd Sect.) as a resident of Smith’s District,

Campbell County.

 


HAGLER, Paul

            Living in Campbell by 1830 (60-70) with 1 female (70-80).

            He witnessed a deed on June 4, 1831, from Ezekiel Ratsford of Fayette Co. to Christopher Corley

of Campbell (Deed Bk. A, p. 149).

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Woodruff’s District (Lot 201, 7th Dist., 1st Sect.,

Cherokee (now Union Co.).

 

HAMMOND, Elijah, Sr.

            Served on Coweta Grand Jury in April & June 1827.

            Living in Campbell by 1830 (30-40).

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 89, 14th Dist., 4th Sect.) as a resident of Hannah’s District,

Campbell County.

 

HAMNER (Hannah?), Alonsor

            Married Polly Parker 15 Jan. 1835.

            Listed on 1840 (30-40) with 1 female (20-30) & 2 males under 5.

 

HANNAH (Hanner), Thomas

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 146, 4th Dist., 4th Sect.) as a resident of Hanner’s District,

Campbell County.

            Thomas Hannah married Elizabeth Bailey on 18 May 1835 in Campbell.

            The 1840 Campbell census shows he was 30-40 years of age.

            The 1850 Campbell census lists Thomas (43, b. SC); Lucinda (36, b. SC); George W. (10);

            Nancy C. (9); Benjamin F. (7); Sarah Ann E. (5); Mary J. (3); John T. (1); and an infant daughter

(1 month).

 

HARDEN, Asa C.

            Married Pollyann McMim on 29 May 1836.

            Listed on the 1840 Campbell census as 30-40 with 1 female (20-30); 1 female under 5, & 1 male

under 5.

 

HARDY, Jeremiah

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 245, 8th Dist., 4th Sect.) as a resident of Neal’s District,

Campbell County.

            Listed on the 1840 as 40-50 years of age.

 

HARPER, Robert

            Married Nancy Denice on 2 April 1829 in Campbell.

            They are listed on the 1830 Campbell census (15-20) with no children.

 

HARRIS, GEORGE, Jr.

            Juror on first Campbell Grand Jury in 1829.

            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 20-30 years of age.

            Listed as Justice of Inferior Court on 23 Dec. 1833 when he performed the marriage of Wm.

Davis & Martha M. Kiser.

            Died prior to 1 Jan. 1836 when an inventory was made of his estate.

 

HARRIS, Littleberry

            The 1830 Campbell census lists L.B. (20-30) with 1 female (15-20) & 2 males under 5.

            One of 3 appraisers for estate of Joseph Chesnut on 9 March 1831.

            Served as Clerk of Court of Ordinary Jan. 1833 – Feb. 1835.

 

HART, John J.

            Married Elender Brown on 20 Jan. 1840 in Campbell.

            Listed on 1840 as 20-30 with wife (15-20); living near James Hart (40-50).

 

HARTSFIELD, Moses

            Living in Campbell by 1830 (60-70).  Also listed on 1840.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows Moses (87, b. SC); Clement (55, female, b. VA); Chafin

(27, male); & Richard M. (18).

            The 1860 Campbell census lists Moses (100) & Clementine (72).

            Richard M. Hartsfield married Charlott Beggs 21 Dec. 1856, & they are listed on the 1850

Campbell census with Wm. M. (1).

 

HASKINS, James

            Listed on the 1840 Campbell census.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows: James (64, b. SC); Anna (53, b. VA); Elizabeth M.

(27, b. SC); Sarah (66); & Elizabeth (62).

            The 1860 Mortality Schedule shows: James Haskins, 76, b. SC, farmer, died of measles in June

1860.  Elizabeth Haskins (probably his sister), 74, b. SC, died of measles at the same time.

 

HASKINS, William E.

            Married Amanda Dillon on 21 Oct. 1844. 

            The 1850 Campbell census shows: William E. (30 b. SC); Sarah Ann A. (23); James T. (4);

& John W. (1).  They lived next door to James & Anna Haskins.

            William purchased goods at Campbellton in 1850 & 1853.  He purchased goods at Rivertown in

1860 & 1861.

            William E. witnessed the will of Sarah Smith in 1846; and the will of Barbary Bomar in 1863.

            William E. Haskins (20 Oct. 1819 – 22 Oct. 1866) & Sarah Ann A. Haskins (8 Feb. 1827 –

            21 Aug. 1909) are buried in Bethlehem Baptist Church cemetery.

 

HATTAWAY, Lacy

            Living in Campbell by 1830.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows Lacy & his wife were born in NC.  Living with Lacy in 1850

            are: Elizabeth (51); Emanuel (20); David (18); Walter (14); Elizabeth (11); & Liza Ann (9).

            Lacy & Elizabeth are buried in Friendship Baptist Church cemetery Their markers read:

            Lacy Hattaway, b. 1796 – 8 March 1868

            Elizabeth Hattaway, 18 April 1785 – 14 April 1884

 

HEAD, John S. (Revolutionary Soldier)

            Drew in the 1827 Land Lottery as a Revolutionary soldier and resident of Gwinnett County

            (Lot 146, Dist. 7, Troup County & Lot 66, Troup County.

            He was living in Campbell by 1840 (70-80) with 1 female (70-80).

            In 1850, a Margaret Head (70, b. VA) is living in the household of Henry M. Head (28).

 

HEARN, Jacob

            Living in Campbell by 1840 (40-50).

            Is listed as a trustee for a Methodist Episcopal Church for Lot 22, Dist. 4, formerly Coweta.

            (Deed Bk. A, p. 119)

            Deed Bk. E, p. 189:  Jan. 20, 1849: Legatees of Jacob Hearn, deceased, listed: Elizabeth Hearn,

William F. Davis, Joshua Hearn, John S. Hearn, Thomas Hearn, William L. Hearn &

Lewis J. Hearn.

Died prior to 30 March 1844 when an inventory of his estate was made.  Stephen Hearn and

William Hearn were administrators.

 

HEARN, Thomas T.

Living in Campbell in 1840 (30-40)

The 1850 Campbell census shows Thomas T. (47, b. NC); Abagail (37, b. NC); Maroney (16, female); Elizabeth (12); Permelia J. (20); Nancy Ann (8); Adaline S. C. (6); Mary F. (4); Martha M. (2); & Ebenezer W. (4 months, male).

Nancy Ann married John W. King on 14 Oct. 1858.

Thomas performed marriages as Minister in 1843-1849.

 

HEATH, David

            Married Eliza Lee on 25 Oct. 1838.

            Listed on 1840 as 20-30 with 1 female (20-30) & 1 male under 5.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows David (33); Eliza C. (27); & Nancy J. (10).

            Nancy J. married Aquilla Taylor on 13 Nov. 1856.

            David purchased goods at Campbellton on 9 Nov. 1853.

 

HENDERSON, George W.

            Married Mary Smith on 28 Oct. 1838.

            Listed on 1840 as 20-30 with wife (15-20) & 1 male under 5.

 

HENDERSON, James C/

            Died prior to May 1829 when a sale of his estate was made in Coweta County & was recorded 31

July 1829 in Campbell.  Benjamin Easley was Administrator, in right of his wife, Jane I. Easley

(or Jane S. Easley).

            Campbell Deed Bk. A, p. 159:  Jan. 3, 1831.  Benjamin Easley was appointed guardian to Sarah,

Mary & James Henderson, orphans of James C. Henderson, dec’d.

 

HENDON, William A.

            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 20-30.

            Drew Lot 107, 7th Dist., 2nd Sect., in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Stanfield’s District

Campbell County.

 

HENDRICKS, Levi

            Living in Campbell in 1840 (30-40).

            Witnessed deed in Campbell on 15 Sept. 1843 (Deed Bk D, p. 189).

 

HENRY, John P.

            Served as Justice of the Peace from May 1835 – Oct. 1836.

            Served as Private in Lt. Col. James Johnston’s 1st Regt., GA Militia in War of 1812.

            Purchased Lot 59, Dist. 9, formerly Coweta, containing 202 ½ acres from Claiborn Gorman on 24

Aug. 1835 for $900, and sold this lot on 12 Aug. 1836 to Isaac Snoddy of SC for $3800.

 

HICKS, Thomas

            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 40-50 with a family.

            Drew Lot 97, 4th Dist., 2nd Sect. in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Woodruff’s District,

Campbell County.

            On 26 June 1829, he sold Lot 178, Dist. 14 (formerly Fayette) to John Humphrey of Habersham

            (Deed Bk. A, p. 75).

            Purchased Lot 127, Dist. 14 (formerly Fayette) on 2 Feb. 1830; and, sold this lot on 21 Jan. 1833

            (Deed Bk. A, pp. 39 & 251).

           

HICKS, William A.

            May be the Anderson Hicks listed on the 1830 Campbell census as 40-50 years of age with a

family.

            William A. Hicks drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Clinton’s District, Campbell

County  (Lot 61, 17th Dist., 1st sect.).

 

HIGHTOWER, Henry

            Living in Campbell by 1840 (40-50).

            The 1850 Campbell census shows Henry (52); Temperance (50);

            Amanda (17); Hilliard (15, male); Nancy D. (13); & Elberry W. (7, male).

            In 1860, Temperance is shown as Head of Household (65) with Amanda (25); Ferby (19); Isaac

(30, male); & Berry (20, male).

 

 

HIGHTOWER,, William P.

            Living in Campbell by 1840 (30-40).

            The 1850 shows William P. (50, b. NC); Elizabeth (58, b. NC); & Joseph T. (22, b. NC).

            Joseph T. married Elizabeth Rainwater on 3 Aug. 1854 in Campbell.

 

HILL, Isaac (Revolutionary Soldier)

            Lived in Clarke Co. when he drew in the 1827 Land Lottery as a Revolutionary Soldier. 

            (Lot 55, Dist. 6, Muscogee Co.).

            Listed on the 1830 Campbell census (70-80) with 1 female (40-50).

 

HILL, Middleton

            At a Special Court of Ordinary on 3 March 1829, the court bound out the orphans of James

            Watt, deceased, John & Fanny Watt, to Middleton Hill.

            Listed o 1830 (40-50) with a family.

 

HILL, Thomas

            Juror on the first Campbell Grand Jury in 1829.

            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as (60-70) with 1 female (50-60).  He is on the 1840 60-70.

            Witnessed will of Mrs. Mary Brewer (signed 29 Jan. 1829)

            Drew in 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Smith’s Dist., (Lot 237, 9th Dist., 3rd Sect.)

            Died before 23 September 1844 when an inventory of his estate was made.

 

HINDMAN, Foster G.

            Married Sarahann Smith 11 Oct. 1838.

            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 15-20 with 1 female (15-20).

 

HINDMAN, John

            Died prior to 22 Jan. 1840 when an inventory of his estate was made.

            A sale of the estate took place on 27 Feb. 1840.

 

HINTON, Jacob

            Living in Campbell by 1830 & shown as 60-70 with wife, Mary (50-60).

            Jacob died before 19 Oct. 1835 when his will was probated.  He names: sons Bradford, Lovit,

William & Wiley; daughters, Sarah Hill, O___ Tuggle, Martha Lovejoy, Henryetter Herd, &

Penina Mosley.

            Penina Hinton married Elijah B. Moseley 10 June 1832.

            Wiley B. Hinton married Elizabeth Wood 27 November 1856.

Bradford is shown on the 1850 Campbell census as 52 years of age; wife, Patience 46, Wiley B.
21, James H. 19, Francis R 36 male, Lureinah 14, Martin 12, Jacob 10 Lovette T. 8 & Hugh H. 1.

            Lovett Hinton is on 1850 Campbell census (48) with wife, Katharine 33, Bradford 20, Wm. J. 18,

John B. 16, Richard 13, Stephen B. 8, Elzabeth F. 14, Mary 11, & Martha A. 4.

 

HOGAN, Thomas

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Clinton’s Dist., Campbell Co. (Lot 193, Dist. 11,

Sect. 3).

            Shown on the 1840 Campbell census as 40-50 with 1 female (20-30) & 1 female under 5.

            (Note: a Thomas Hogan, probably this Thomas’ son, is buried at Enon.

 

HOLLEMAN, William

            Living in Campbell in 1829 when he was appointed guardian of William Cash, “Free man

            of colour” at the September Term 1829  Court of Ordinary.

            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 50-60.

            Still living in Campbell in 1840.

            Witnessed deeds in Campbell in Nov. 1838, Oct. 1840 & March 1841.

 

HOLLIS, Elias

            Married Rebecca Green 16 June 1832 in Campbell.

            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 30-40.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows: Elias (48, b. SC); Rebecca W (33); Ruben B. (17); Green B.

(15); James J. (15); Moses L, (12); Nancy E. (11); Wm. B. (9); Sarah Ann (7); Isabella (5);

Amanda M B. (3); Mary R. J. (2); & John E. (1).

            (Note: Thomas M. Hollis, 47 b. SC, is also on the 1830.)

            Reuben B. married Elizabeth Pannell 27 Sept. 1850.

            Berry (probably Green B.) married Eliza Watson 25 Feb. 1854.

            James J. married Roann F. Perryman 12 Dec. 1858.

            Elias Hollis purchased ½ of Lot 104, Dist. 7, formerly Coweta, from Allen Jones of Morgan Co.

on 9 Jan. 1830 (Deed Bk. A, p. 32).

 

HOOPER, John M.

            Living in Campbell in 1830 (20-30) with 1 female (15-20) & 1 male (20-30).

            Purchased from the estate of Thomas Bennett 25 Feb. 1831.

            Drew in 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Aderhold’s Dist., Campbell Co. (Lot 333, Dist. 4,

2nd Sect. – fractional lot)

 

HOPKINS, Hampton

            One of 3 appraisers on estate of James Longino 8 Nov. 1838.

            The 1840 Campbell census shows Hampton (60-70) with 1 female (50-60) 2 females (15-20);

1 female (10-15); 1 male (15-20) & 1 male (10-15).

            The 1850 Campbell census shows: Hampton (75, b. VA); Susannah (66, b. NC); Bethana (25,

b. NC); Wm. (24, b. NC); & Thomas (5).

            Living next door is Henry T. (22 b. NC) with Martha (21 b. NC); Wm. L. (2) & James W. (1).

            Also on 1850 is James M. (30, b. NC).

 

HOPKINS, John A.

            Listed as Justice of Inferior Court on deed dated Nov. 16, 1829.and others through 1832.

            One of 3 justices present at first session held 3 March 1829 at Pumpkintown.

            Purchased from the estate of Mrs. Mary Brewer on 22 May 1829; & estate of Jacob Langley.

            6 April 1835, he was made guardian of his own children: Sharlott A., Sarah Jane, Ellen Olivia,

J. B. R. & Nancy Hopkins.

            Served as Deputy Clerk of Court of Ordinary 1838-1841; Clerk of Superior Court in 1844.

            The 1840 Campbell census shows he was 50-60.

            Witnessed will of Alfred J. Camp 17 July 1844.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows he was 61 years of age, an M.D., & born in SC.

            He died prior to 11 Feb. 1851 when Robert J. Tuggle was appointed Administrator of the estate of

“John A. Hopkins late of said county deceased.”

 

HOPKINS, Wiley

            Living in Campbell by 1840 & probably the son of Hampton Hopkins

            The 1850 Campbell census shows Wiley (43, b . NC); Frances D. (29); M. J. (14, female);

Mary Ann (12); W. W. (11, male); James F. (9); E. S. (8, female); E. T. (7, female);

P. J. (4, female); & N. A. (1, male).

            Wiley’s will was probated 1 May 1893 and names: wife, Rebecca; sons, J.F., N.A., E.D., E.M.

& H.M.; daughters Martha Ann (wife of Simeon Styles); Mary (deceased, wife of John Styles);

Eliza (wife of Moses Duncan); Elizabeth (wife of Peter Duncan); Piety (wife of Wm. Gaddy);

& Emma (wife of Spencer Plunket).

            James F. married Elmira H. Smart 7 Aug. 1860

Piety J. married W. N. Gaddy 5 Dec. 1862

Elizabeth T. married Peter Duncan 20 Nov. 1859

Eliza married Moses Duncan 5 July 1859

Martha married Simeon Styles 10 Aug. 1851

Mary married John Styles 5 Nov. 1851.

HORTON, Alfred

            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 20-30 with 1 female (20-30); 1 female & 1 male under 5.

            Purchased south half of Lot 80, Dist. 15 (formerly Fayette) on the Chattahoochee River

(Deed Bk. A, p. 22).

            In 1837, he owed a note to Joseph Howell (see will of Joseph Howell, Will Bk. A, p. 36).

 

HORTON, John R.

            Married Mary Dickinson 2 April 1835 in Campbell.

            John was named Executor of the will of William English (signed 4 Sept. 1848 & probated

            20 May 1850), and designated as “friend.”

The 1850 Campbell census shows John (38); Mary A. (35, b. NC); Caroline E. (14);

Emily (8, b. AL); Sally (5, b. NC); Robert (2, b. GA); & John (1 month).

 

HORTON, Memucan

            Purchased 35 acres of Lot 88 & 59 acres of Lot 112 in Dist. 14 (formerly Fayette) on 19 June

            1829 from Simeon Kemp.

            Living in Campbell in 1830 as 20-30 years of age.  Living alone.

            Married Claramond A. Harvey 16 May 1832 in Campbell

            Drew in 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Neal’s Dist., Campbell Co. (Lot 26, Dist. 14, Sect. 2).

 

HOWELL, Isaac

            Justice of Inferior Court in 1829.

            The 1840 Campbell census shows he owned 13 slaves.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows he was 66 years old, b. NC, with wife, Margaret (55, b. NC).

            Sons, Humphrey P. (30, b. NC); Clemmon (21, b. GA); & Aulston G. (18, b. GA).

 

HOWELL, Joseph

            Died in Campbell in 1844 (will signed 10 May 1837 & probated 4 March 1844).

            His will names: daughter, Eleanor Kiser (wife of John Kiser); & mentions Evan Howell &

            Michael Howell (relationship not given).

            Joseph was probably living with his daughter, Eleanor Kiser, in 1840 because he was blind at the

time his will was written.  He is shown as 90-100 years of age.

            The Historical Collections of Georgia by Geo. White (1855) states Joseph Howell lived to be 99.

 

HOWELL, Michael

            Purchased from estate sale of Mary Jeter 10 Jan. 1835 in Campbell.

            Listed on 1830 as 40-50.

            Mentioned in will of Joseph Howell (1844).

 

HUDGENS, Benjamin

            Listed on the 1830 Campbell census as 40-50.  The 1840 shows a Benjamin Hudgens as 40-50

years of age, but this may be the same man with the ages incorrect.

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Woodruff’s Dist., Campbell Co. (Lot 249,

Dist. 14, 2nd Sect. & Lot 63, Dist 23, 2nd Sect.).

The 1850 Campbell census shows Benjamin (68, b. VA); Prudence (59, b. SC), James (20);

John (15); Mahala (16); Minerva (16); & Amera (15).

J. W. Hudgins married Sarah Ann Dodson 10 Jan. 1863.

 

HUDGINS, George W.

            Married Martha Bishop 20 Jan. 1842.

            Listed on 1850 Campbell census as 30, b. SC; with Martha (28); Joseph W. (7); Martha E. P. (5);

& Floran E. F. (1, female).

            Benjamin L. (In his will probated 7 Oct. 1907) named Geo. W. & Henry H Hudgins as his

brothers & executors of his will.

 

 

HULL, Daniel

            Juror on the first Campbell Grand Jury in 1829.

            Purchased Lot 76, Dist. 7 (formerly Coweta) on 25 Feb. 1830 & sold it the same day

            (Deed Bk. A, p. 27).

            Listed as “David” Hull (40-50) on the 1830 Campbell census.

            Shown as 50-60 in 1840.

 

HULL, Thomas

            Married Elizabeth Yancey 30 Dec. 1829 in Campbell.

            The 1830 census shows Thomas 20-30 years of age.  Not on 1840 Campbell census.

 

HUMPHRIES, John W.

            Married Amanda Marony 9 April 1837.

            Listed on 1840 Campbell census as 20-30 with 1 female (20-30) & 1 male under 5.

            Witnessed the will of Thomas Coryell on 4 June 1841.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows John W. (37, shoemaker, b. SC); Amanda M. F. (30);

Mariel (12, male); Sarah A. (9); John B. (8); & Wm. (5).

            John W. is probably the son of William (81, saddler, b. NC) & Sarah (70, b. SC) living nearby

in 1850.

 

HUNNICUTT, Eli T.

            Native of Montgomery, NC, settled in Campbell in 1836.

            Married Emily Silvey, daughter of Drewry & Mary Silvey, on 20 Oct. 1841.

            Served as Marshall of Atlanta prior to 1860.

            Died in Atlanta in 1901.


 

IRWIN, Francis

            Justice of Inferior Court in 1829.

            Listed on 1830 Campbell census as 40-50 years of age.

            One of 3 Justices of Inferior Court at the first and second sessions of court (1829), but apparently

did not serve as Justice after this date.

            Named as one of 3 executors of the will of Mary Brewer (signed 28 Jan. 1829 & probated

7 March 1829).  He also signed as a witness.


 

JACKSON, Ezekiel L.

            Married Selina Ratman on 1 April 1834 in Campbell.

            The 1840 Campbell census shows Ezekiel as 20-30 years of age.

            E. L. Jackson served as Justice of the Peace 1843 & 1844.

            The 1850 Campbell census lists Ezekiel L. (39, b. SC); Salina (34); Benjamin F. (13);

Susan F. (10); Mary I. or J. (8); Morgan L. (5, male); & Samuel A. (1 month).

            The 1860 Campbell census lists Ezekiel (49); Selina (45); Susan (20); Mary (19); & Samuel (9).

            The 1864 Militia Eligibility List, Dist. 652, includes: E. L. Jackson, 53 yrs. 3 mos., farmer,

b. GA.

 

JACKSON, Samuel

            Listed in 1840 as 20-30 with 1 female (20-30) & 1 female under 5.

            Samuel purchased from the estate of Wm. Jones 27 Jan. 1835.

            Samuel H. Jackson married Rachel Bailey 2 Dec. 1845.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows Samuel H. (27, b. NC); & Rachel E. (22, b. NC).

 

JACKSON, William

            Listed on 1830 as 40-50 & on 1840 as 50-60.

            He served as one of 3 appraisers of the estate of Thomas W. Wilkerson , 10 Nov. 1834.

 

JAMES, John

            Living in Campbell by 1830 (20-30) with 1 female (20-30); 1 female under 5; 1 male under 5.

            Purchased Lot 977, Sect. 2, Cherokee on 8 April 1835 (Campbell Deed Bk. A, p. 415).

            By 1840, John is shown as 30-40 with 1 female (20-30); 2 females (5-10); 1 female under 5;

            1 male (10-15); 1 male 5-10); & 2 males under 5.

            Purchased Lot 109, Dist. 1 (formerly Carroll) on 5 May 1846 “adjoining land of John James”

            (Deed Bk. D, p. 278).

            The 1850 Campbell census lists John (41, b. NC); Mary (40); Samuel (18); Sarah (16); John (14);

            Piety (12); Martin (10); Clary (8); Joseph (6); Tinea (4, male); & Eliza (2).

            Sarah married James Kilgore on 5 Dec. 1855.

 

JAMES. Stephen, Sr.

            Note: a Stephen James (Sr. or Jr.?) was living in Carroll Co. when he purchased Lot 101, Dist. 1

(Carroll) on 3 Jan. 1829 & was in Campbell by 27 Feb. 1829.

            Living in Campbell in 1830 (40-50) with 1 female (30-40) & 4 children.

            Stephen was executor of the will of James Love (signed 26 May 1832).

            Stephen’s will was signed 24 June 1840 & probated 13 June 1842 in Campbell.  His will names:

            wife, Mary; son Stephen, Jr.; daughters, Tersey Pressley; Winny Hill; Holland James & Mary

James.

            A return of his estate was made by Mary James, guardian of Mary James, 13 Jan. 1845.

            Mary James, widow of Stephen, Sr., is living alone in Campbell in 1850, age 62, b. NC.

            Stephen, Jr. (28) is shown with his wife, Martha (24) & 5 children: George W. (8); John M. (6);

Sarah A. (5); Wm. A. (4) & Joseph S. (1).

 

JENKS, Eliza

            Widow (probably the widow of Garland Jenks), drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of

            Woodruff’s Militia Dist., Campbell Co (Lot 119, 10th Dist., 4 Sect._.

            The orphans of Garland Jenks of Woodruff’s Dist. drew in the 1832 Land Lottery (Lot 253,

8th Dist., 1st  Sect.).

            Eliza Jenks married William B. Brasell in Campbell on 31 Oct. 1836.  Prior to their

            marriage, William (30-40) was a resident in Campbell in 1830 with a wife (20-30) &

            no children.

 

JETER, Mary

            Died before 4 April 1834 when an inventory & appraisal of her estate was made.

           

JOHNS, William Jefferson

            Married Eliza Yarbrough 5 October 1841.

            Listed on 1850 Campbell census as 27 years of age, b. in TN; Elender (27, b. SC); Martha (7);

Nancy (5); & Sarah (1).

 

JOHNSON, James

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Clinton’s District, Campbell County

            (Lot 95, 16th Dist., 3rd Sect.).

            James H. Johnson is listed on the 1840 Campbell census as 20-30.

 

JOHNSON, John L.

            Drew in the 1832 Land Lottery as a resident of Allen’s District, Campbell County

            (Lot 245, 9th Dist., 4th Sect.)

            John Johnson is shown on the 1840 Campbell census as 50-60.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows John L. Johnson (63, b. NC); Mary (62, b. VA);

& Solomon G. (23).

            John L. Johnson (ca. 1787 – no death date) and Mary (9 Nov. 1789 – 6 Aug. 1860) are buried

            in Antioch Methodist Church cemetery on Rivertown Road.

 

JOHNSON, Robert

            Purchased Lot 3, Dist. 2 (formerly Carroll Co.) 202 ½ acres at public auction on 7 Sept 1830

            (Deed Bk. A, p. 87).

            The 1850 Campbell census shows him as 40-50 with 1 female (40-50); 1 female (10-15); 1 male

            (10-15); & 2 males under 5.

            Campbell Superior Court Criminal Docket shows Robert Johnson was indicted April Term 1840

            on a “malicious mischief” charge.

            Died prior to 19 Dec. 1843 when an inventory & appraisal of his estate was made.

 

JONES, Dabney P.

            Minister of the Gospel who performed marriages in 1836, 1838, 1839 & 1843.]

            Witnessed deed on 29 Aug. 1836 which was executed in Coweta Co. (CampbellDeed Bk. A,

p. 571).

            Living in Coweta in 1850 as 58,M.E. Clergyman, b. NC; Mary W. T. (52, b. VA); Melville C.

(14, male); Dabney H. (12, male); Margaret V. P. (11); McMICHAEL, William L. (32, lawyer);

McMICHAEL, Mary J. (1).

.           The 1860 Campbell census shows Dabney P. (68); Mary W. T. (62); Dabney H. (22); Nannie

            (23); Mary E. & Martha P. (5, twins); John M. (1); & Mary J. McMike (11).

 

JONES, James

            Married Charity Silvey 22, Dec. 1835.

            Listed on 1840 as 20-30; 1 female (20-30); 1 male (20-30) & 1 male under 5.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows James (39); Charity (36); Elizabeth (9); Charity (7); John J.

(4); Wm. P. (3); & James J. (1).  (Note: This James Jones is often confused with James & Eliza

McDowell Jones who were living in that portion of Fairburn that was Fayette Co. in 1850.

James & Eliza moved to White Mill Road, Campbell Co., where James died June 20, 1854.)

 

JONES, John W.

            Married Charlotte P. Rogers on 18 Aug. 1829 in Campbell.

            Both are listed on 1830 Campbell census as 20-30 years old.

 

JONES, Loyd

            Married Clarinda Miller 12 July 1842.

            The 1850 Campbell census shows Loyd (31); Cerindey (31, b. SC); Daniel E. (6); David (3);

            & Clabourn W. (1).

 

JONES, Priscilla

            Appraisal of her estate made 24 Jan. 1846.  James Jones, Administrator.

 

JONES, William

            Living in Campbell in 1830 as 60-70 with 1 female (50-60); 1 female (80-90); 3 males (10-20).

            Died prior to 24 Jan. 1835 when an appraisal was made of his estate;  James McCrackin was

            named administrator of estate.

 

JONES, William

            Probably the son of the William Jones listed above.

            Married Eliza Neighbours 16 November 1837.

            Listed on 1840 as 20-30 with 1 female (60-70, probably his mother); 1 female (20-30, Eliza); &

1 female under 5.