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Elizabeth Lowe (McConnell)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Ireland
Death: Died
Place of Burial: Pine Log Cemetery, Rydal, Bartow, GA, CSA
Immediate Family:

Wife of Isaac Augustus Lowe
Mother of Mary Ann Upshaw; Isaac Mason Lowe; Jane Elizabeth Bell Vincent and Sarah F. Lowe

Managed by: Joe Brous Buttrill
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Elizabeth Lowe's Timeline

1790
1790
Ireland
1823
June 3, 1823
Age 33
Fairfield, SC, USA
1826
1826
Age 36
Fairfield, SC, USA
1830
June 22, 1830
Age 40
Fairfield, SC, USA
1836
1836
Age 46
Fairfield, SC, USA
1850
July 19, 1850
Age 60
No. 3, Fairfield, SC, USA

1850 U.S. Census

In the census, this household was adjacent to the Thomas R. Bell household, which contained Isaac Augustus's recently-married daughter, Elizabeth ((http://www.geni.com/people/Jane-Elizabeth-Vincent/6000000013362164937), and his new son-in-law, James (http://www.geni.com/people/James-Bell/6000000013362245787).

1860
July 19, 1860
Age 70
827 Dist. G.M., Cassville (P.O.), Cass, GA, USA

1860 U.S. Census

This household was headed by Isaac Augustus and contained his wife, Elizabeth, his widower son, Isaac Mason, his son's two children, James H. and Walter Cook Lowe, his widowed daugther, Elizabeth Bell, and her three children, Charles, Mary A. "Minnie," and William B. Bell.

Source: http://www.archive.org/stream/populationschedu114unit#page/n252/mod...

1861
December 6, 1861
Age 71
Cass (Bartow), GA, CSA

On December 6, 1861, Cass County, GA, was renamed in honor of Francis S. Bartow. Bartow was an attorney, Confederate States of America political leader, and military officer during the early months of the American Civil War. He was an inaugural representative to the Confederate Provisional Congress, where he led efforts to prepare for the coming war. He was killed on July 21, 1861, at the First Battle of Manassas, becoming the first brigade commander in the Confederate States Army to die in combat. (Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartow_County,_Georgia#History.)

December 27, 1861
Age 71
December 1861
Age 71
Rydal, Bartow, GA, CSA