MARION CO, GA (made in 1827 from Lee,Muscogee, Stewart)
Schley Co was made in 1857 from part of Marion
lays next to Talbot, Taylor, Chattahoochee, Webster Co's


 JAMES'S PAGE

 DUPLIN CO, NC

ck THOMAS CO, GA note



1830 MARION CO, GA=


RICHARD SELLERS/ELIZABETH ANN PARKER/5-1-1849

1840 MARION CO, GA
RICHARD SELLERS, PAGE 60 =



14 April 1842

Marion Co.
Elisha McGee.applies for admr' of the estate of Sherod McGee..
Burton W.Dowd..ordinary

Robert McCorkle..applies for admr' of estate of James McCorkle...

Grand Jury..March term 1842

Jordan Wilcher
Tapley S.Holt
Willis P. Sanders
Richard Sellers
William Wells
Meredith Buckner
James K. Cohen
James Bigham
James Newberry
Daniel C.Davis
Stephen Collins
David Elliot
Joseph Cobb
Joshua Davis
John French
James Patillo
William Grace
Zachariah Wallace
Bland Wallace

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File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by:
Angela Covington aangel4ken@windstream.net January 22, 2007, 9:39 am

Lot 88/30th
Written: January 25, 1849
Recorded: March 12, 1849

Georgia
Marion County

This indenture or conveyance witnepeth that Wells Smith for and in
consideration of the sum of eight hundred dollars to him in hand paid at &
before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is
hereby acknowledged hath this day granted bargained sold and conveyed and by
these presents do grant bargain sell and convey unto Wm A Black of the County
and State aforesaid the following described lot or tract of land situated
lying and being in the thirtieth district of originally Lee now Marion County
and known and distinguished in the plan of said district and county as lot no
88, eighty-eight, containing two hundred two and one half acres more or less.
To have and to hold said tract or parcel of land to him the said Wm A Black
his heirs and apigns forever in fee simple.
The condition of the above indenture or conveyance is such that? the said
Wells Smith hath this day made his three certain instruments in writing
commonly called promissory notes, a true copy of which are hereunto annexed
now should the said Wells Smith will and trul pay off and discharge the said
notes whenever they shall become due according to their ? & effect and shall
at all times save harmly? and indemnify the said Wm A Black and his heirs and
apigns from all liability and subsequent ? by reason of the non payment of
said notes then this instrument to be void and of non effect or else to reamin
in full force and virtue.
Copy of notes
$266.oo on the 25th Dec 1849 I promis to pay Wm Piclher Sr or bearer two
hundred & sixty-six dollars value rec'd and if suit has to be had on this note
then it to draw interest from date signed Jany 25th 1849
Wells Smith
Wm A Black, secty
$266.00 on 25th Dec 1850 I promise to pay Wm Pilcher Sr or bearer two hundred
& sixty six dollars value rec'd and if suit has to be had on this note then it
to draw interest from date signed Jany 25th 1849
Wells Smith
Wm A Black, secty
$266.00 in the 25th Dec 1851 I promise to pay Wm Piclher St or bearer two
hundred & sixty-six dollars value rec'd and if suit has to be had on this note
then it to draw interest from date signed Jany 25th 1849
Wells Smith
Wm A Black, secty
There being three notes each for two hundred sixty-six dollars the forgoing
which are true copies.
In witnepeht whereof the said Wells Smith hath hereunto set his hand and seal
this twenty fifth day of January eighteen hundred and forty-nine Wells Smith (LS) signed sealed and delivered in presence of
S A Sellers
John Monk, IP
Recorded March 12th 1849
Geo W McDuffie. Clerk

File at: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/marion/deeds/smith493dd.txt


1850 MARION CO, GA INDEX
DAVID SALLES, PAGE 253
JAMES CULLARS, PAGE 253
RICHARD CELLARS, PAGE 254

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Bunyon Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1828 North Carolina
Carolin Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1838 Georgia
Elizabeth Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1809 Georgia (ck Schley,msh)
Francis Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1842 Georgia
Jacbea Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1841 Georgia
Jacob Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1834 North Carolina
Joseph Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1842 Georgia

Rchard Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1788 North Carolina =
Rchard Cellars 62 nc, farmer, 3000 land
Elizabeth Cellars 41 nc
Stephen Cellars 25 nc
Bunyon Cellars 22 nc, in school this yr
Susan Cellars 19 nc, in school this yr
Jacob Cellars 16 nc
Alexander Parker 16 ga
James Parker 15 ga
Sarah Cellars 14 ga
Carolin Cellars 12
Jane Parkes 12
Jacbea Cellars 9f, ga, in school this yr
Joseph Cellars 8 ga, in school this yr
Pracilla Parke 5
Francis Cellars 8f, ga

Sarah Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1836 Georgia
Stephen Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1825 North Carolina
Susan Cellars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1831 North Carolina

James Cullars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1826 North Carolina
James Cullars Not Stated, Marion, GA abt 1830 North Carolina
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RICHARD CELLARS 62 NC, 3000 LAND, ca 1788 msh
ELIZABETH CELLARS 41 GA (ck Schley Co, Ga)
STEPHEN CELLARS 25 NC , ca 1825
BUNYON CELLARS 22M NC
SUSAN CELLARS 29 NC
JACOB CELLARS 16 NC
ALEXANDER PARKER 16 GA
JAMES PARKER 15 GA
SARAH CELLARS 16 GA
CAROLINE CELLARS 12 GA
JANE PARKER 12 GA
JACOB CELLARS 9 GA
JOSEPH CELLARS 8 GA
PRACILLA PARKER 5 GA
FRANCIS CELLERS 8F GA
next

THOS E. HORTON 45 GA

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1850 Marion County, Georgia (from GEORGIA Georgia L. Fletcher [chickfletcher@comcast.net]
enumerated 24 September 1850
Page 253B
John Devand, 40, farmer, $50, NC (ck 1860 Schley County, Georgia)
Eliza Devand, 25, F, NC
Taylor Devand, 9, M, GA
Olive Devand, 7, M, GA
Franklin Devand, 5, M, GA
Stephen Devand, 3, M, GA
Jane Devand, 1, F, GA
James Sellars, 24, F?, NC (name was clearly James but listed as a female;
should it be Jane?)
James Sellars, 20, M, NC


1860 MARION CO, GA

Sarah Sellars Marion, FL 47 abt 1813 North Carolina Female
Jesse E Sellars Marion, FL 21 abt 1839 North Carolina Male
Sarah Sellars Marion, FL 15 abt 1845 North Carolina Female
Liddia Sellars Marion, FL 12 abt 1848 North Carolina Female
Catharine Sellars Marion, FL 7 abt 1853 Fla Female
Etter Sellars Marion, FL 2 abt 1858 Fla Female

 

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CIVIL WAR

 

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I remain confident that we will eventually find more connections of the
Pridgens and the Gills.  (Martha Horn Pridgeon m. Robert G. Gill).  They
were just in too many of the same Georgia counties.  In fact, one of the
daughters of Jackson Gill, Tabitha I believe, married a Horn.  Marion Co.

Martha
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