Dorothy (Dolly) Wimberly Colquitt

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Dorothy (Dolly) Wimberly Colquitt (Tarver)

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Daughter of Hartwell Hill Harrison Tarver and Ann Rutherford Tarver
Wife of Gen. Alfred Holt Colquitt (CSA), Governor, U.S. Senator
Mother of Ann Lane Newell (Colquitt); Elizabeth Hill; Laura Warren; Dorothy Tarver and Walter T. Colquitt
Sister of Henry Andrew Tarver; Paul E Tarver; Frederick Robert Tarver; John Hartwell Tarver and Ann Rebecca Tarver
Half sister of William Bunn Tarver and Benjamin Marcus Tarver

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About Dorothy (Dolly) Wimberly Colquitt

In 1848 Henry Tarver gave land as a wedding gift where his slaves built the Colquitt Plantation.

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General Tarver gave Dorothy and Alfred Colquitt lands adjacent to his own in Baker County, where slaves built the Colquitt Plantation. It was renamed Pinebloom Plantation by new owner in 1946

one source (Memoirs of Judge Richard Clark on Google Bookshttp://books.google.com/books?id=QEgUAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA339&lpg=PA339&dq=walter+t.+colquitt,+son+of+alfred&source=bl&ots=uePR7hmE6-&sig=-jPKuzHEFZENELhxaVIRkZbK3SM&hl=en&ei=WikMTJVDmbIxlPrdtQQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=10&ved=0CD8Q6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=walter%20t.%20colquitt%2C%20son%20of%20alfred&f=false)

has "mother of Judge Colquitt left as widow married to father of Hartwell H Tarver" Alfred met her when he visited teh home of his father's step brother.

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Dorothy (Dolly) Wimberly Colquitt's Timeline

1828
October 7, 1828
1848
May 15, 1848
Age 19
1849
May 25, 1849
Age 20
1852
1852
Age 23
1854
1854
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1855
April 18, 1855
Age 26
1856
1856
Age 26
1858
1858
Age 26
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