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Kathryn Tanner (deceased)

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Sarah "Sally" Tanner (1801 - 1881)

Weighed 300 lb, paralyzed 3.5 yrs

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Willie B. Daniel (c.1894 - d.)

He was born closer to 1891, around the time/year his father died? My wife's grandmother's youngest brother, Willie B. Daniel, served in World War I. After the war, he moved into the city limits of Sa...

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Fred L Rawlings (c.1912 - d.)

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Wilson "Wick or Lil Wilson" Rawlings (c.1919 - d.)

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Mary C. Averett (deceased)

Sandersville, ca. 1915-1918. Joseph G. Cooley poses for this photograph with his grandchildren. Mr. Cooley was an agent for the Sandersville Railroad. The grandchildren left to right: Edward Tarver Ave...

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C. Brevard Cooley (deceased)

Sandersville, ca. 1915-1918. Joseph G. Cooley poses for this photograph with his grandchildren. Mr. Cooley was an agent for the Sandersville Railroad. The grandchildren left to right: Edward Tarver Ave...

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Augustus Bell (deceased)

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Mizel G. Wood, Sr. (deceased)

He was for several years Tax Collector of Washington County. (Ella Carter. History of Washington County, p. 131).

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John Stubbs (deceased)

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Mary Bangs Freeman (1883 - d.)

Washington County, GA (Images of America), photos, pp. 34, 37, 66

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Sarah Wynona Tarbutton (1878 - d.)

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Charles G. Rawlings (b. - c.1938)

In a fascinating and detailed article A Killing on Ring Jaw Bluff, Georgia physician and author William Rawlings, right, explores the circumstances surrounding the 1925 murder trial and conviction of...

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Dr. William Rawlings (deceased)

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Ben Rawlings (b. - c.1925)

He lived the Flournoy Place plantation, which was originally owned by the Cullens family. The original Rawlings home was two miles beyond the Flournoy Place, and was approached by going down a long ave...

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Frederick Cullens Rawlings (1821 - d.)

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William Rawlings (1799 - d.)

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Judge B. T. Rawlings (1855 - d.)

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Dr. Fred Rawlings (1889 - 1948)

He was a physician at the Rawlings Sanitarium. (Rebok, p. 33; Mitchell, Ella. History of Washington County, chap. XVI).

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William Rawlings, Sr. (1918 - 2004)

Dr. Rawlings is survived by his wife, Eleanor Newsom Rawlings, and children: Dr. William Rawlings, Jr.(Beth); Mary Eleanor Wickersham (David); Dr. Jean R. Sumner (Joe); Dr. Joe Newsom Rawlings; Benja...

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J. Hines Wood (deceased)

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John Ball Wilcher (c.1882 - d.)

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Minnie Taylor (c.1879 - 1937)

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Julia Taylor MP (c.1845 - d.)

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Edmond Taylor MP (c.1840 - d.)

Residence: Peacocks, Washington, Georgia

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Clint Taylor (c.1878 - c.1962)

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Annie Lee Taylor (c.1885 - 1967)

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Charles Jackson (c.1866 - d.)

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Mary Jackson (c.1868 - c.1936)

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Ellenda Jackson (c.1895 - c.1916)

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Bud Lowe (c.1882 - d.)

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Eleva Taylor (1915 - c.1981)

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Berry 'Pops' Gordy, Sr. (1888 - 1978)

Berry 'Pops' Gordy, Sr. is the father of Motown Records founder Berry Gordy, Jr. He relocated his family to Detroit from Milledgeville, Georgia where his children became prominent black citizens.

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Berry Gordy, Jr. MP

Palm Desert, CA, USA

Berry Gordy, Jr. is an American record producer, and the founder of the Motown record label, as well as its many subsidiaries. Gordy reinvested his songwriting success into producing. In 1957, he dis...

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Dorothy Hooks (1921 - 1984)

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Julia Mae R. Trimble MP (1934 - 1984)

1939-1943 - Jacksonville, FL 1943 - Cleveland, OH 1944 - Warren, OH

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Sarah Rawlings (c.1874 - c.1900)

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Clemantha "Mantha" Madison (1898 - 1976)

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Bennie Rawlings MP (1903 - 1967)

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Coosaponakesee (Mary Musgrove) MP (c.1700 - c.1767)

Mary Musgrove Bosomworth (ca. 1700- ca. 1767), sometimes called the Empress of the Creek Nation , [fn1] played a vital role in the founding of Georgia in colonial America. The daughter of a Creek India...

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Manerva Daniel MP (c.1852 - d.)

Manerva's family lived with white Rawlings: 3 brothers and one sister during 1900 census. There were six of her children there, 5 girls and one boy, including Rosa. It says there were 10 out of 11 chil...

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Robert Daniel MP (c.1838 - c.1891)

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Dora Rawlings MP (c.1845 - d.)

"Dora Brown Rawlings, born about 1855." "Re: Dora Brown Rawlings, born about 1855." "Dora Brown Rawlings" "Rena Brown (Dora's daughter)" 1880 Census - Dora, is Black, 35 and divorced. DOB: 1845...

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Wilson R. Rawlings MP (c.1874 - 1954)

1900 Census - Wilson is born Dec. 1873. 1910 Census - Wilson is a mulatto. 1920 Census - Wilson is a mulatto.

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Rosa Rawlings MP (c.1881 - 1962)

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