Trecy Jane Durham1

F, b. 9 November 1845, d. 14 January 1925
  • Last Edited: 10 Sep 2007
  • Birth*: 9 November 1845; Illinois; daughter of Thomas Durham & Nancy Pierce1
  • Married Name: 28 February 1865; Jackson1
  • Marriage*: 28 February 1865; Franklin Co., Kansas; Principal=Mark Jackson1
  • (Deceased) Death: 29 August 1899; Deceased=Mark Jackson1
    Mark & Trecy Jackson headstone
  • Death*: 14 January 19251

Family: Mark Jackson b. 11 Aug 1827, d. 29 Aug 1899

Citations

  1. [S347] Duane W. Melton e-mail, e-mail address, Aug 2007,.

James B. Cook

M, b. circa 1823
  • Last Edited: 8 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S1850] 1850, Census, District 68, Pike, Georgia; Roll: M432_80; Page: 180; Image: 365.

    Name, Age, Birth Place
    Allen, 50, GA
    Rachel, 40, NC
    James B., 26, GA
    Jeptha A., 19, GA
    William T., 13, GA
    Elisha, 10, GA
    Sarah, 8, GA
    Monroe L., 6, GA
    Willey, 4, GA
    John R., 2, GA.

Thomas Jefferson Cook1

M, b. 30 December 1826, d. October 1905
  • Last Edited: 11 Oct 2018

Family: Rebecca Elizabeth Howe b. c 1829

Citations

  1. [S262] Glenda Lohmann e-mail, e-mail address, 19 May 2005,.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Libby Britt Family Tree, user: libbyrogers82.
  3. [S1860] 1860, Census, Pike, Georgia; Roll: M653_134; Page: 25; Image: 26.

    Name Age

    Thomas S Cook 32
    Rebecca E Cook 30
    Meradah a Cook 8
    Aurelius C Cook 6
    Benjamin A Cook 5
    Martha A S Cook 1.
  4. [S1870] 1870, Census, Beasley, Crawford, Georgia; Roll: M593_146; Page: 450; Image: 155.

    Name, Age

    Thomas, 48
    Rebecca E., 42
    Merrida, 18
    Cicero, 16
    Benjamin, 14
    Martha A., 12
    Thomas J., 8.
  5. [S1880] 1880 Census, District 551, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T9_161; Family History Film: 1254161; Page: 47.3000; Enumeration District: 104; Image: 0325.

    Name Age
    Thomas J. Cook 53 (born GA, father: GA, mother: NC)
    Rebecca E. Cook 50
    Benjamin A. Cook 25
    Martha A. Cook 21
    Thomas M. Cook 18.

Rebecca Elizabeth Howe1

F, b. circa 1829
  • Last Edited: 29 Jul 2015

Family: Thomas Jefferson Cook b. 30 Dec 1826, d. Oct 1905

Citations

  1. [S262] Glenda Lohmann e-mail, e-mail address, 19 May 2005,.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Libby Britt Family Tree, user: libbyrogers82.
  3. [S1880] 1880 Census, District 551, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T9_161; Family History Film: 1254161; Page: 47.3000; Enumeration District: 104; Image: 0325.

    Name Age
    Thomas J. Cook 53 (born GA, father: GA, mother: NC)
    Rebecca E. Cook 50
    Benjamin A. Cook 25
    Martha A. Cook 21
    Thomas M. Cook 18.

William Franklin Cook

M, b. 1835
  • Last Edited: 13 Aug 2016

Elisha Cook

M, b. circa 1839
  • Last Edited: 8 Oct 2007

Sarah T. Cook

F, b. circa 1841
  • Last Edited: 11 Apr 2010
  • Birth*: circa 1841; Georgia
  • Married Name: 17 December 1880; Manley
  • Marriage*: 17 December 1880; Pike Co., Georgia; Principal=John Richard Manley
  • Research Note*: April 2010; Source: GAPIKE@rootsweb.com
    Subject: Re: [GAPIKE] GAPIKE Digest, Vol 5, Issue 16 (Manley)


    Additions/corrections welcomed.

    Descendants of David P. Manley
    ?
    Generation No. 1

    DAVID P. MANLEY was born Abt. 1828 in Virginia, and died 05 July 1892 in Pike County, Georgia. He married REBECCA DUFFEE 10 February 1850 in Pike County, Georgia1. She was born 10 February 1830 in Georgia, and died 29 March 1918 in Pike County, Georgia.

    More About DAVID P. MANLEY:
    Census # 1: 1850 Census Place: District 68, Pike, Georgia; Roll: M432_80;
    Page: 152
    Census # 2: 1860 Census Place: Pike, Georgia; Roll: M653_134; Page: 55 Census # 3: 1870 Census Place: Pike, Georgia; Roll: M593_169; Page: 160 Census # 4: 1880 Census Place: Zebulon, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T9_161; Family History Film: 1254161; Page: 148.2000; Enumeration District: 107 Military service: Civil War

    Notes for REBECCA DUFFEE:
    Confederate Widow Pension
    Mrs. Rebecca Manley - Lived in Ga since 1831. Widow of David P. Manley.
    Enlisted in April 1864 in Atlanta in Co. G. of the first Ga. Reserves. Died in 1893 (July 15, 1892) at home in Pike Co. Ga. Married 1849.

    More About DAVID MANLEY and REBECCA DUFFEE:
    Marriage: 10 February 1850, Pike County, Georgia1

    Children of DAVID MANLEY and REBECCA DUFFEE are:

    i. JAMES L.3 MANLEY, b. Abt. 1850, Pike County, Georgia; d. Bef. 1860, Pike County, Georgia.

    ii. WILLIAM D. MANLEY, b. Abt. 1851, Pike County, Georgia.

    iii. MARY FRANCES MANLEY, b. Abt. 1854, Pike County, Georgia.

    iv. ELIZA J. MANLEY, b. Abt. 1856, Pike County, Georgia.

    2. v. JOHN RICHARD MANLEY, b. January 1859, Pike County, Georgia.

    3. vi. DAVID W. MANLEY, b. November 1861, Pike County, Georgia; d. 01 September 1943, Spalding County, Georgia.

    vii. LIZZIE MANLEY, b. Abt. 1863, Pike County, Georgia.

    4. viii. THOMAS JEFFERSON MANLEY, b. Abt. 1868, Pike County, Georgia; d. 26 January 1953, Pike County, Georgia.

    ix. LAURA A. MANLEY, b. Abt. 1873, Pike County, Georgia.

    x. EFFIE MANLEY, b. 12 April 1876, Pike County, Georgia; m. THOMAS E. KENT, Abt. 1890; b. 16 August 1872, Georgia; d. 22 July 1930, Spalding County, Georgia2.

    More About EFFIE MANLEY:
    Burial: Beulah Baptist Church Cemetery, Pike County, Georgia

    More About THOMAS E. KENT:
    Burial: Beulah Baptist Church Cemetery, Pike County, Georgia

    More About THOMAS KENT and EFFIE MANLEY:
    Marriage: Abt. 1890
    ?
    Generation No. 2

    JOHN RICHARD MANLEY (DAVID P.1) was born January 1859 in Pike County, Georgia. He married SARAH T. COOK 17 December 1880 in Pike County, Georgia3.
    She was born May 1856 in Georgia.

    More About JOHN RICHARD MANLEY:
    Census # 1: 1900 Census Place: Molena, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T623 216; Page:
    6A

    More About JOHN MANLEY and SARAH COOK:
    Marriage: 17 December 1880, Pike County, Georgia3

    Children of JOHN MANLEY and SARAH COOK are:

    5. i. JOHN DAVID4 MANLEY, b. 02 October 1881, Pike County, Georgia; d. 01 September 1942, Spalding County, Georgia.

    6. ii. GENIE REBECCA MANLEY, b. January 1885, Pike County, Georgia; d. 17 November 1951, Pike County, Georgia.

    7. iii. COLBY JACKSON MANLEY, b. 11 February 1888, Pike County, Georgia; d.
    February 1969, Dale County, Alabama.

    iv. CORA MANLEY, b. November 1895, Pike County, Georgia.

    8. v. OTIS THOMAS MANLEY, SR., b. 28 May 1898, Pike County, Georgia; d. 23 December 1974, Spalding County, Georgia.
    ?

    3. DAVID W.3 MANLEY (DAVID P.) was born November 1861 in Pike County, Georgia, and died 01 September 1943 in Spalding County, Georgia4. He married
    (1) UNKNOWN /?/. He married (2) NORA VIOLA WILLIAMSON 20 January 1889 in Pike County, Georgia5, daughter of WILLIAM WILLIAMSON and ELIZABETH NEWMAN.
    She was born 19 October 1871 in Pike County, Georgia, and died 29 October
    1952 in Colquitt County, Georgia6.

    More About DAVID W. MANLEY:
    Census # 1: 1900 Census Place: Hollonville, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T623_216
    Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 80
    Census # 2: 1920 Census Place: Molena, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T625_273; Page:
    15A; Enumeration District: 165
    Census # 3: 1930 Census Place: Militia District 592, Pike, Georgia; Roll:
    380; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 11

    Notes for NORA VIOLA WILLIAMSON:

    Obituary: The Moultrie Observer October 30, 1952 page 2 Mrs. Viola Manley Claimed by Death; Funeral Thursday.
    Mrs. Viola Manley, 81, died Wednesday night at the home of her son, Thomas A. Manley, on Moultrie Rt. 4. She had been ill for about two months. Funeral services will be conducted at 3:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Pine Grove Baptist Church and interment will follow in the Pine Grove cemetery. Mrs.
    Manley was born October 19, 1871 in Pike County, GA, but had resided on Moultrie Route 4 for the past five years. She was a member of Bible Christian Church at Concord, GA. Death occurred at 9:40 p.m. Wednesday.
    Surviving Mrs. Manley are one son, Thomas A. Manley, Moultrie Route 4,; one brother, Ernest Williamson of Oklahoma; two sisters, Mrs. Julie Birdsong, Jacksonville, Fla., and Mrs. Virginia McLeod of Oklahoma, and several nieces and nephews.

    Obituary Followup: The Moultrie Observer October 31, 1952 page 2 -

    Final Rites Held for Mrs. Manley.
    Funeral services for Mrs. Viola Manley, 81 were held Thursday afternoon at Pine Grove Baptist Church. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mrs. Manley died at 9:40 p.m. Wednesday at the home of her son, Thomas A. Manley, Moultrie Route 4 following an illness of about two months. Pallbearers were Clyde Taylor, Ray Hancock, Myron Hart, Lloyd Tucker, J.W. Matthews and W.J.
    Hufstetler. Mrs. Manley was born October 19, 1871 in Pike Co., GA., but had resided on Moultrie Route 4 for the past five years. She was a member of Bible Christian Church at Concord, GA. Surviving Mrs. Manley are one son, Thomas A.
    Manley, Moultrie Route 4; one brother, Ernest Williamson of Oklahoma; two sisters, Mrs Julie Birdsong, Jacksonville, Fla., and Mrs. Virginia McLeod of Oklahoma; and several nieces and nephews.

    More About NORA VIOLA WILLIAMSON:
    Burial: 30 October 1952, Pine Grove Baptist Church, Colquitt County, Georgia

    More About DAVID MANLEY and NORA WILLIAMSON:
    Marriage: 20 January 1889, Pike County, Georgia7

    Children of DAVID MANLEY and UNKNOWN /?/ are:

    i. ELMER D.4 MANLEY, b. 21 December 1883, Pike County, Georgia; d. 20 December 1973, Spalding County, Georgia8.

    ii. SUSIE MANLEY, b. May 1885, Pike County, Georgia.

    Child of DAVID MANLEY and NORA WILLIAMSON is:

    iii. THOMAS ANDREW4 MANLEY, b. August 1892, Pike County, Georgia; d. 19 July 1968, Lowndes County, Georgia9.

    More About THOMAS ANDREW MANLEY:
    Census # 1: 1930 Census Place: Militia District 592, Pike, Georgia; Roll:
    380; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 11
    ?
    4. THOMAS JEFFERSON3 MANLEY (DAVID P.) was born Abt. 1868 in Pike County, Georgia, and died 26 January 1953 in Pike County, Georgia10. He married LULA WOODARD 04 January 1891 in Pike County, Georgia11, daughter of JAMES WOODARD and MELVINA KENT. She was born 23 March 1876 in Pike County, Georgia, and died 01 February 1937 in Pike County, Georgia12.

    Notes for THOMAS JEFFERSON MANLEY:

    Griffin Daily News
    Uncle Jeff Manley Died at His Home
    Mr. Thomas Jefferson (Uncle Jeff) Manley, 85, died at his home near Williamson at 11:50 last night following an illness of several weeks.
    Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 at the Williamson Christian Church with the Rev. W.A. Everhart and the Rev. Wilson Walker officiating.
    Burial will be in Old Hebron cemetery at Concord. The body will lie in state for an hour before the funeral. Mr. Manley is survived by his wife, Mrs.
    Willie Pearl Hannah Manley; two sons, Brentice Manley and Frank Manley of Williamson and two daughters, Mrs. Glenn Stowe and Mrs. Will Terrell of Griffin. Haisten's Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

    More About THOMAS JEFFERSON MANLEY:
    Burial: Hebron Cemetery, Pike County, Georgia

    Notes for LULA WOODARD:
    Pike County Journal Feb. 5, 1937
    Mrs. Lula Manley Called By Death
    Impessive funeral services for Mrs. Lula Woodward Manley, 60, were conducted from the Concord Baptist church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev.
    C.W.Fruit pastor of the Kincaid Memorial Methodist church officiated.
    Interment was at Old Hebron cemetery at Concord with Haisten Brothers funeral directors in charge. Mrs. Manley, wife of T.J.Manley died at the home near Concord Monday afternoon. In declining health for the past year, she had been confined to her bed for the last three months. She was a charter member of the Neal, Ga. Baptist church and had been a member for the past half century. Her parents were the late Jim Woodward and Melvina Kent Woodward. Mrs.Manley was born and reared in Pike County. Surviving are her husband, two sons, Bernice Manley of Williamson, and Franklin Manley of Barnesville, two daughters, Mrs.W.J.Bassett and Mrs.Will Terrell, both of Williamson, one sister Mrs.Addie Parks of Fort Valley, and one brother Andrew Woodward of South Ga. (Joe Cannafax)

    More About THOMAS MANLEY and LULA WOODARD:
    Marriage: 04 January 1891, Pike County, Georgia13

    Children of THOMAS MANLEY and LULA WOODARD are:

    9. i. EMORY BRENTICE4 MANLEY, b. 15 September 1892, Pike County, Georgia; d.
    28 December 1971, Baldwin County, Georgia.

    ii. FRANK MANLEY.
    ?
    Generation No. 3

    JOHN DAVID MANLEY (JOHN RICHARD3, DAVID P.) was born 02 October 1881 in Pike County, Georgia, and died 01 September 1942 in Spalding County, Georgia14.
    He married SALLIE MAE MCLENDON, daughter of THOMAS MCLENDON and WILLIE O'CAIN. She was born 27 October 1884 in Meriwether County, Georgia, and died
    01 July 1920 in Pike County, Georgia15.

    More About SALLIE MAE MCLENDON:
    Cause of Death: Pellagra

    Children of JOHN MANLEY and SALLIE MCLENDON are:

    i. ALVIN5 MANLEY, b. Abt. 1910, Pike County, Georgia.

    ii. FLOSSIE MANLEY, b. Abt. 1912, Pike County, Georgia.

    iii. CLAUDE MANLEY, b. Abt. 1915, Pike County, Georgia.

    iv. J.D. MANLEY, b. Abt. 1917, Pike County, Georgia.

    v. WILLIAM HOYTE MANLEY, b. 11 June 1906, Pike County, Georgia; d. 26 December 1949, Pike County, Georgia16; m. MYRTLE MURPHEY; b. 30 April 1906, Pike County, Georgia.
    ?
    GENIE REBECCA4 MANLEY (JOHN RICHARD3, DAVID P.) was born January 1885 in Pike County, Georgia, and died 17 November 1951 in Pike County, Georgia17.
    She married JOHN WORTHY OXFORD 27 December 1903 in Pike County, Georgia18, son of WASHINGTON OXFORD and VIRGINIA CARTER. He was born 22 December 1883 in Pike County, Georgia.

    Notes for JOHN WORTHY OXFORD:
    World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
    Name: John Worthy Oxford
    City: Not Stated
    County: Pike
    State: Georgia
    Birth Date: 22 Dec 1883
    Race: White
    Roll: 1558466

    More About JOHN WORTHY OXFORD:
    Census # 1: 1910 Census Place: Concord, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T624_207; Page:
    7A; Enumeration District: 104
    Census # 2: 1920 Census Place: Concord, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T625_273; Page:
    8B; Enumeration District: 153
    Census # 3: 1930 Census Place: Concord, Pike, Georgia; Roll: 380; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 2

    More About JOHN OXFORD and GENIE MANLEY:
    Marriage: 27 December 1903, Pike County, Georgia18

    Children of GENIE MANLEY and JOHN OXFORD are:

    i. MARY L.5 OXFORD, b. Abt. 1905, Pike County, Georgia.

    ii. LILLIE OXFORD, b. Abt. 1907, Pike County, Georgia.

    iii. CHARLOTTE ETHEL OXFORD, b. 04 March 1912, Pike County, Georgia; d. 04 December 1994, Monroe County, Georgia19; m. JOHN GORDON CANNAFAX; b. 15 December 1906, Pike County, Georgia; d. 24 April 1980, Upson County, Georgia19.

    Notes for CHARLOTTE ETHEL OXFORD:
    Social Security Death Index
    Name: Ethel O. Cannafax
    Date of Birth: Saturday March 04, 1911
    Date of Death: Sunday December 04, 1994
    Est. Age at death: 83 years, 9 months, 1 days Last known residence:
    City: Forsyth
    County: Monroe
    State: Georgia
    ZIP Code: 31029
    Latitude: 33.0857
    Longitude: -83.9180
    Social Security details:
    State of Issue: Georgia
    Number: 259-20-8332

    More About CHARLOTTE ETHEL OXFORD:
    Burial: Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery, Lamar County, Georgia
    Residence: Pike County, Georgia

    More About JOHN GORDON CANNAFAX:
    Burial: Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery, Lamar County, Georgia
    Residence: Pike County, Georgia

    iv. CLARA OXFORD, b. Abt. 1916, Pike County, Georgia; m. /?/ CUMBIE.

    v. MALLORY HARDY OXFORD, b. 11 April 1921, Pike County, Georgia; d. 14 October 1975, Cobb County, Georgia20; m. ELIZABETH REEVES.

    More About MALLORY HARDY OXFORD:
    County of Residence: Carroll County, Georgia ?
    COLBY JACKSON4 MANLEY (JOHN RICHARD3, DAVID P.) was born 11 February 1888 in Pike County, Georgia, and died February 1969 in Dale County, Alabama. He married ANNIE PEARL MULLIGAN 29 July 1909 in Pike County, Georgia21. She was born Abt. 1888 in Lee County, Alabama.

    More About COLBY JACKSON MANLEY:
    Burial: Fossett Family Cemetery, Pike County, Georgia Census # 1: 1910 Census Place: Militia District 1624, Turner, Georgia; Roll:
    T624_217; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 171 Census # 2: 1920 Census Place: Loachapoka, Lee, Alabama; Roll: T625_26;
    Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 168
    Census # 3: 1930 Census Place: Loachapoka, Lee, Alabama; Roll: 34; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 10

    More About COLBY MANLEY and ANNIE MULLIGAN:
    Marriage: 29 July 1909, Pike County, Georgia21

    Child of COLBY MANLEY and ANNIE MULLIGAN is:
    i. LESSIE PAULINE5 MANLEY, b. 06 October 1912, Turner County, Georgia; d. 23 May 1919, Pike County, Georgia22.
    ?
    OTIS THOMAS4 MANLEY, SR. (JOHN RICHARD3, DAVID P.) was born 28 May 1898 in Pike County, Georgia, and died 23 December 1974 in Spalding County, Georgia23. He married MATTIE MAE SHATTLES. She was born Abt. 1901 in Georgia, and died 26 January 1966 in Spalding County, Georgia24.

    More About OTIS THOMAS MANLEY, SR.:
    Census # 1: 1920 Census Place: Concord, Pike, Georgia; Roll T625_273; Page:
    8B; Enumeration District: 153
    Census # 2: 1930 Census Place: Eppinger, Pike, Georgia; Roll 380; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 10

    More About MATTIE MAE SHATTLES:
    Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Spalding County, Georgia

    Children of OTIS MANLEY and MATTIE SHATTLES are:

    i. MAMIE5 MANLEY, b. Abt. 1917, Pike County, Georgia.

    ii. LILLIAN GERTRUDE MANLEY, b. Abt. 1919, Pike County, Georgia.

    iii. ODESSA MAE MANLEY, b. 21 December 1923, Pike County, Georgia; d. 28 July 2009, Butts County, Georgia; m. EDWIN R. CROWDER; b. 08 April 1916, Pike County, Georgia; d. 04 December 2002, Butts County, Georgia25.

    Notes for ODESSA MAE MANLEY:
    Mrs. Odessa Mae Manley Crowder
    Dec. 21, 1923 - July 28, 2009
    Jackson resident
    Mrs. Odessa Mae Manley Crowder, 85, of Jackson, passed away Tuesday, July 28, 2009, at the Westbury Medical Care Home in Jackson. Mrs. Crowder was born Dec. 21, 1923, in Pike County, daughter of the late Otis Manley Sr. and Mattie Mae Shattles Manley. She was a member of the Orchard Hill First Baptist Church, a loving wife, mother, grandmother and was affectionately known as Nannie. Her husband, Edwin R. Crowder, preceded her in death.
    Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Mable and Ralph Eller; grandchildren, Lynn and Mike Small, Sharon and Jeff Brown; great-grandchildren, Courtney Brown, Allen Small, William Small, and Jonathan Small; brother-in-law, Leon Crowder; sisters-in-law, Reba Bell, Lucille Crowder, Eva Mae Manley; Jean Manley; nieces and nephews; many friends and the staff of Westbury Medical Care Home. Funeral services for Mrs. Odessa Mae Manley Crowder will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 30, 2009, in the chapel of Haisten McCullough Funeral Home. Interment will be private. Friends may visit the family from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 29, 2009, at the funeral home. Haisten McCullough Funeral Home, 1155 Everee Inn Road, is in charge of arrangements.

    iv. OTIS THOMAS MANLEY, JR., b. 11 November 1926, Pike County, Georgia; d.
    21 December 1991.

    v. SARAH C. MANLEY, b. Abt. 1928, Pike County, Georgia.
    ?
    EMORY BRENTICE4 MANLEY (THOMAS JEFFERSON3, DAVID P.) was born 15 September
    1892 in Pike County, Georgia, and died 28 December 1971 in Baldwin County, Georgia26. He married (1) NELLA HENDERSON 27 December 1911 in Pike County, Georgia27, daughter of BEAUREGARD JOHNSON and FANNIE HUSTON. She was born
    1891 in Georgia, and died 17 February 1936 in Lamar County, Georgia28. He married (2) ALMA JOHNSON Aft. 1936.

    Notes for EMORY BRENTICE MANLEY:
    Pike County Journal
    January 7, 1972
    Mr. Emory Brentice Manley of 10 Seven St., Jackson, died last week after a short illness. Mr. Manley was a native of Pike County, having made his home in Jackson for two years, he was a retired carpenter and a member of the Neal Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Alma Henderson Manley of Jackson, four daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Cole of Atlanta, Mrs. Frances Reither of Miami Fla. Mrs. Eloise Ackiss of Griffin, Mrs. Carolyn Barron of Dixon, Mo. A son William P. Couch of Jackson, a sister, Mrs. Evie Lee Stowe of Jackson, a brother Frank Manley of Griffin and 16 grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the chapel of Pittman Rawls Funeral Home Rev. Doyle Moore officiated and burial was in Old Hebron cemetery in Concord.

    More About EMORY BRENTICE MANLEY:
    Burial: 30 December 1971, Hebron Cemetery, Pike County, Georgia
    Residence: Butts County, Georgia

    More About EMORY MANLEY and NELLA HENDERSON:
    Marriage: 27 December 1911, Pike County, Georgia29

    More About EMORY MANLEY and ALMA JOHNSON:
    Marriage: Aft. 1936

    Child of EMORY MANLEY and NELLA HENDERSON is:

    i. ELEANOR5 MANLEY, b. Abt. 1919, Georgia; m. ROBERT RAY HUTCHISON, Abt.
    1936; b. 15 March 1915, Pike County, Georgia; d. 29 January 1961, Spalding County, Georgia30.

    Notes for ROBERT RAY HUTCHISON:
    >From the Pike County Journal Feb. 2, 1961
    Robert Ray Hutchison, 45 of Williamson,died unexpectedly early Sunday morning after suffering a heart attack. Born and reared in Pike county and a member of the Bethany Christian Church, Mr. Hutchison was employed by the Associated Potroleum Corp. Survivors include his wife Dorthy Taylor Hutchison; three daughters, Mrs.Billy Cannafax of Decatur; Linda Hutchison and Robbie Hutchison of Williamson; two sons, Jackie Ray Hutchison of Atlanta and James Hutchison of Williamson; Parents Mr.and Mrs.Raymond C.Hutchison of Williamson; two sisters Mrs.C.E.Jordan and Mrs. Robert Williams both of Atlanta; two brothers B.T.Hutchison of Griffin and Hollis Hutchison of Williamson; a grandson Ray Hutchison of Atlanta. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning from the McDonalds Chapel, the Rev.Marion Godard and the Rev.Robert B.Ward officiating. Burial was in the Bethany church cemetery.

    More About ROBERT RAY HUTCHISON:
    Burial: Bethany Christian Church Cemetery, Spalding County, Georgia
    Residence: Pike County, Georgia

    More About ROBERT HUTCHISON and ELEANOR MANLEY:
    Marriage: Abt. 1936
    ?
    ?
    Endnotes
    1. Marriage Record - Pike County, Georgia.
    2. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate 28106.
    3. Marriage Record - Pike County, Georgia.
    4. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 20641.
    5. Marriage Record - Pike County, Georgia.
    6. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 24963.
    7. Marriage Record - Pike County, Georgia.
    8. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 043842.
    9. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 023561.
    10. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 1826.
    11. Marriage Record - Pike County, Georgia.
    12. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 4275.
    13. Marriage Record - Pike County, Georgia.
    14. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 20596.
    15. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate Number 18549.
    16. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 29320.
    17. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 26352.
    18. Marriage Record - Pike County, Georgia.
    19. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998.
    20. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 032455.
    21. Marriage Record - Pike County, Georgia.
    22. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate Number 6069.
    23. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 041572.
    24. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 003756.
    25. SSDI Verification.
    26. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 041511.
    27. Marriage Record - Pike County, Georgia.
    28. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate number: 8012.
    29. Marriage Record - Pike County, Georgia.
    30. Georgia Death Index 1919-1998, Certificate 03032.

Family: John Richard Manley b. Jan 1859

Wiley Cook

M, b. circa 1845
  • Last Edited: 8 Oct 2007

John R. Cook

M, b. circa 1847
  • Last Edited: 8 Oct 2007

Susannah R. Cook

F, b. circa 1845
  • Last Edited: 9 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S1860] 1860, Census, Pike, Georgia; Roll: M653_134; Page: 31; Image: 32.

    Name Age
    Colby J Cook 37
    Lucretia Cook 34
    Susan R Cook 14
    Thomas I Cook 12
    James R Cook 10
    John F Cook 8
    Sarah T Cook 6
    Charles M Cook 1.

Thomas J. Cook

M, b. circa 1847
  • Last Edited: 8 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S1860] 1860, Census, Pike, Georgia; Roll: M653_134; Page: 31; Image: 32.

    Name Age
    Colby J Cook 37
    Lucretia Cook 34
    Susan R Cook 14
    Thomas I Cook 12
    James R Cook 10
    John F Cook 8
    Sarah T Cook 6
    Charles M Cook 1.

James R. Cook

M, b. circa 1849
  • Last Edited: 8 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S1860] 1860, Census, Pike, Georgia; Roll: M653_134; Page: 31; Image: 32.

    Name Age
    Colby J Cook 37
    Lucretia Cook 34
    Susan R Cook 14
    Thomas I Cook 12
    James R Cook 10
    John F Cook 8
    Sarah T Cook 6
    Charles M Cook 1.

John F. Cook

M, b. circa 1851
  • Last Edited: 8 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S1860] 1860, Census, Pike, Georgia; Roll: M653_134; Page: 31; Image: 32.

    Name Age
    Colby J Cook 37
    Lucretia Cook 34
    Susan R Cook 14
    Thomas I Cook 12
    James R Cook 10
    John F Cook 8
    Sarah T Cook 6
    Charles M Cook 1.

Sarah T. Cook

F, b. circa 1853
  • Last Edited: 8 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S1860] 1860, Census, Pike, Georgia; Roll: M653_134; Page: 31; Image: 32.

    Name Age
    Colby J Cook 37
    Lucretia Cook 34
    Susan R Cook 14
    Thomas I Cook 12
    James R Cook 10
    John F Cook 8
    Sarah T Cook 6
    Charles M Cook 1.

Charles M. Cook

M, b. circa 1858
  • Last Edited: 8 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S1860] 1860, Census, Pike, Georgia; Roll: M653_134; Page: 31; Image: 32.

    Name Age
    Colby J Cook 37
    Lucretia Cook 34
    Susan R Cook 14
    Thomas I Cook 12
    James R Cook 10
    John F Cook 8
    Sarah T Cook 6
    Charles M Cook 1.

Martha V. Cook

F, b. 1860
  • Last Edited: 9 Oct 2007

Benjamin A. Cook

M, b. circa 1854
  • Last Edited: 9 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S1880] 1880 Census, District 551, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T9_161; Family History Film: 1254161; Page: 47.3000; Enumeration District: 104; Image: 0325.

    Name Age
    Thomas J. Cook 53 (born GA, father: GA, mother: NC)
    Rebecca E. Cook 50
    Benjamin A. Cook 25
    Martha A. Cook 21
    Thomas M. Cook 18.

Martha A. S. Cook

F, b. circa 1858
  • Last Edited: 9 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S1880] 1880 Census, District 551, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T9_161; Family History Film: 1254161; Page: 47.3000; Enumeration District: 104; Image: 0325.

    Name Age
    Thomas J. Cook 53 (born GA, father: GA, mother: NC)
    Rebecca E. Cook 50
    Benjamin A. Cook 25
    Martha A. Cook 21
    Thomas M. Cook 18.

Thomas M. Cook

M, b. circa 1861
  • Last Edited: 9 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S1880] 1880 Census, District 551, Pike, Georgia; Roll: T9_161; Family History Film: 1254161; Page: 47.3000; Enumeration District: 104; Image: 0325.

    Name Age
    Thomas J. Cook 53 (born GA, father: GA, mother: NC)
    Rebecca E. Cook 50
    Benjamin A. Cook 25
    Martha A. Cook 21
    Thomas M. Cook 18.

Merrida A. Cook

M, b. say 1851
  • Last Edited: 9 Oct 2007

Aurelius Cicero Cook

M, b. circa 1853
  • Last Edited: 9 Oct 2007

Hiram Howe

M, b. circa 12 May 1798, d. 19 October 1875
  • Last Edited: 20 Oct 2007
  • (Child) Birth*: circa 12 May 1798; South Carolina; possibly York District, SC
  • (Groom) Marriage*: 12 January 1827; Jones Co., Georgia; Children of Hiram Howe and Martha "Patsy" Gammon are:
    1. Alexander Akin/Eakin Howe (1827-1832)
    2. Rebecca Howe (1829- )
    3. Jane Elmyra Ann Howe (1831-1832)
    4. Francis Marion Howe (Abt. 1834-Abt. 1864) -- died during the civl war.
    5. William Thomas Howe (1836-1862) -- died during the Civil War, Richmond, VA.
    6. David Rucker Tinsely Howe (1838-1865) He died in Elmira, New York during the Civil War.
    7. Martha Ann Sarah Howe (1840-1909)
    8. James Madison Howe (1842-1864)
    9. Nancy Caroline Howe (1846-1849)
    10. Jasper Newton Howe (1851-1903); Bride=Martha Gammon1,2
  • (head of family) 1850 Census*: 1 June 1850; Pike Co., Georgia3
  • (Deceased) Death*: 19 October 1875; Zebulon, Pike Co., Georgia2
  • Research Note*: 12 October 2007; The parents of Rebecca and Francis Marion are Hiram Howe and Martha "Patsy" Gammon. Hiram was b: 12 May 1798 in most probably York, South Carolina. He d: 19 Oct 1875 in Pike County, GA.
    Martha "Patsy" Gammon was b: 13 June 1811and d: 22 Jan 1854 in PIke Co., GA. They married 12 Jan 1827 in Jones County, GA.
    I have not been able to trace the parents of Hiram Howe, but I know that one of his grandfathers was Alexander Eakin/Akin Sr. Hiram was named in Alexander's will as a grandson. Also, Hiram named his first-born son Alexander Akin Howe. Unfortunately, that child died young. I believe that Hiram descends from the York County South Carolina Howe line of Joseph Howe, who was b: 15 July 1719 in Cumberland County, PA. and died in 1792 in York, SC. That Joseph had a son who was Joseph Jr. Hiram probably is his grandson. Obviously, Hiram would have been an orphan from one of Joseph JR's deceased sons. I can't determine which son married a daughter of Alexander Eakin/Akin.
    One daughter of Alexander's, Nancy Akin(s) married William Howe, a son of Joseph Howe. But, I have no proof that they are Hiram's parents.
    Martha "Patsy" Gammon, Hiram's wife, is a daughter of Willis Gammon (b: 1784-1790 in VA; d: 1840 in Pike Co., GA) and Rebecca Willis (b: 1788 N.C.; d: 1869 Upson Co., GA). Rebecca, daughter of Hiram and Martha "Patsy" was named for her.

    Willis Gammon is the son of Smith Gammon (1755 VA-1830 Jones Co. GA) and Elizabeth Monk(abt 1763 NC- aft 1820 Jones Co., GA). Willis' siblings are: Jonathan, Samuel, Joel, Silas and Mary "Polly" Gammon. Elizabeth Monk's parents are Silas Monk and Elizabeth "Betty" Thompson. They went from NC to Putnam Co., GA.; Principal=Martha Gammon2

Family: Martha Gammon b. 13 Jun 1811, d. 22 Jan 1854

Citations

  1. [S135] Georgia Marriages, Ancestry.com,.
  2. [S262] Glenda Lohmann e-mail, e-mail address, 19 May 2005,.
  3. [S1850] 1850, Census, District 68, Pike, Georgia; Roll: M432_80; Page: 167; Image: 340.

Martha Gammon

F, b. 13 June 1811, d. 22 January 1854
  • Last Edited: 20 Oct 2007
  • (Child) Birth*: 13 June 1811; Georgia1
  • (Bride) Marriage*: 12 January 1827; Jones Co., Georgia; Children of Hiram Howe and Martha "Patsy" Gammon are:
    1. Alexander Akin/Eakin Howe (1827-1832)
    2. Rebecca Howe (1829- )
    3. Jane Elmyra Ann Howe (1831-1832)
    4. Francis Marion Howe (Abt. 1834-Abt. 1864) -- died during the civl war.
    5. William Thomas Howe (1836-1862) -- died during the Civil War, Richmond, VA.
    6. David Rucker Tinsely Howe (1838-1865) He died in Elmira, New York during the Civil War.
    7. Martha Ann Sarah Howe (1840-1909)
    8. James Madison Howe (1842-1864)
    9. Nancy Caroline Howe (1846-1849)
    10. Jasper Newton Howe (1851-1903); Groom=Hiram Howe2,1
  • Married Name: 12 January 1827; Howe2
  • (Deceased) Death*: 22 January 1854; Zebulon, Pike Co., Georgia1
  • Research Note: 12 October 2007; The parents of Rebecca and Francis Marion are Hiram Howe and Martha "Patsy" Gammon. Hiram was b: 12 May 1798 in most probably York, South Carolina. He d: 19 Oct 1875 in Pike County, GA.
    Martha "Patsy" Gammon was b: 13 June 1811and d: 22 Jan 1854 in PIke Co., GA. They married 12 Jan 1827 in Jones County, GA.
    I have not been able to trace the parents of Hiram Howe, but I know that one of his grandfathers was Alexander Eakin/Akin Sr. Hiram was named in Alexander's will as a grandson. Also, Hiram named his first-born son Alexander Akin Howe. Unfortunately, that child died young. I believe that Hiram descends from the York County South Carolina Howe line of Joseph Howe, who was b: 15 July 1719 in Cumberland County, PA. and died in 1792 in York, SC. That Joseph had a son who was Joseph Jr. Hiram probably is his grandson. Obviously, Hiram would have been an orphan from one of Joseph JR's deceased sons. I can't determine which son married a daughter of Alexander Eakin/Akin.
    One daughter of Alexander's, Nancy Akin(s) married William Howe, a son of Joseph Howe. But, I have no proof that they are Hiram's parents.
    Martha "Patsy" Gammon, Hiram's wife, is a daughter of Willis Gammon (b: 1784-1790 in VA; d: 1840 in Pike Co., GA) and Rebecca Willis (b: 1788 N.C.; d: 1869 Upson Co., GA). Rebecca, daughter of Hiram and Martha "Patsy" was named for her.

    Willis Gammon is the son of Smith Gammon (1755 VA-1830 Jones Co. GA) and Elizabeth Monk(abt 1763 NC- aft 1820 Jones Co., GA). Willis' siblings are: Jonathan, Samuel, Joel, Silas and Mary "Polly" Gammon. Elizabeth Monk's parents are Silas Monk and Elizabeth "Betty" Thompson. They went from NC to Putnam Co., GA.; Principal=Hiram Howe1

Family: Hiram Howe b. c 12 May 1798, d. 19 Oct 1875

Citations

  1. [S262] Glenda Lohmann e-mail, e-mail address, 19 May 2005,.
  2. [S135] Georgia Marriages, Ancestry.com,.

Solomon Whatley

M, b. 7 April 1855, d. 20 January 1927
  • Last Edited: 19 Oct 2007

Family: Sarah Ann (?) b. 7 Apr 1857, d. 27 Aug 1952

Sarah Ann (?)

F, b. 7 April 1857, d. 27 August 1952
  • Last Edited: 19 Oct 2007

Family: Solomon Whatley b. 7 Apr 1855, d. 20 Jan 1927

David Albert Whatley

M, b. 18 October 1817, d. 15 January 1903
  • Last Edited: 29 Aug 2019

Family: Jane H. (?) b. s 1830

Jane H. (?)

F, b. say 1830
  • Last Edited: 19 Oct 2007

Family: David Albert Whatley b. 18 Oct 1817, d. 15 Jan 1903

Mark Thornton

M, b. circa 1776, d. after 1 June 1850
  • Last Edited: 20 Oct 2007
  • Birth*: circa 1776; Virginia
  • (Groom) Marriage*: circa 1799; Bride=Sarah Temple McAlpin
  • Death*: after 1 June 1850; Meriwether Co., Georgia
  • (related?) Research Note: 17 October 2007; That Mark Thornton and Sarah Temple McAlpin were the parents of Sarah Thornton is a working assumption only. Further research is needed.; Principal=Sarah Thornton1

Family: Sarah Temple McAlpin b. c 1780, d. a 1 Jun 1850

Citations

  1. [S347] Duane W. Melton e-mail, e-mail address, Aug 2007,.

Sarah Temple McAlpin

F, b. circa 1780, d. after 1 June 1850
  • Last Edited: 20 Oct 2007
  • Birth*: circa 1780; South Carolina
  • (Bride) Marriage*: circa 1799; Groom=Mark Thornton
  • Married Name: circa 1799; Thornton
  • Death*: after 1 June 1850; Meriwether Co., Georgia
  • (related?) Research Note: 17 October 2007; That Mark Thornton and Sarah Temple McAlpin were the parents of Sarah Thornton is a working assumption only. Further research is needed.; Principal=Sarah Thornton1

Family: Mark Thornton b. c 1776, d. a 1 Jun 1850

Citations

  1. [S347] Duane W. Melton e-mail, e-mail address, Aug 2007,.

Alexander McAlpin

M, b. circa 1740, d. before 28 September 1790
  • Last Edited: 20 Oct 2007
  • Birth*: circa 1740; South Carolina
  • (Testator) Will*: 10 July 1784; Wilkes Co., Georgia; ALEXANDER McALPIN, of Wilkes County, GA, will dated 10 July 1784, probated
    28 September 1790. TO wife Mary McAlpin, who lives on the place, one third of
    my movable estate. TO my step-daughter Ann Haggard, and step-son Jonathan
    Haggard, gifts. TO my eldest son Robert McAlpin, my bounty land warrant, 575
    acres, except the money I received from him which is six crowns, threedollard
    and four guineas. TO son, Solomon McAlpin 200 acres on the old Tugolo path. TO
    son, Alexander, lands. TO my three little sons, 200 acres on Savannah River at
    Cherokee Ford and 200 acres in South Fork of Broad River the lower part of that
    which I gave to Alexander McAlpin, desire to be divided among Samuel Major
    Temple McAlpin, William Alexander McAlpin, and William David McAlpin. TO my
    four daughters Jenet McAlpin, Elizabeth Barberry McAlpin, Mary and Sarah Temple
    McAlpin
    . My six youngest children to be schooled in English and Arithmetic.
    Executors Alexander McAlpin and James Little. Witnesses: John Sigman, Mary
    Saxon, Agnes Moore.1
  • Death*: before 28 September 1790; Wilkes Co., Georgia
  • (Deceased) Probate*: 28 September 1790; Wilkes Co., Georgia; McALPIN, ALEXANDER dec'd. Robt. McAlpin app admr Sept. 20, 1790. Acct of Wm. Speer for brandy, dry goods etc bought by Alex. and Mrs. Mary McAlpin Jan. .....Aug. 1785. Sworn to in Abbeville Co. S. C. Dec. 1791. Acct of Wm. Righley and John McGill for blacksmith work done in 1798. Sworn to Apr. 1795, Abbeville S. C. John McLeod of Wilkes Co. swears to an acct 1795 against the est made 1788. Alex. McAlpin's note Jun. 11, 1776 to Wm. Moore for L83. Randal Lockhart, test. Receipt of Mary McAlpin, Sr. and Chas. Coleman in right of his wife Mary McAlpin, Jr. Jan. 1799 for L25. to Mary, Sr. in full of Mary Jrs share. Receipts of Chas. Coleman for wife Mary and Jas. Kirkwood for wife Jenet for their part in their father Alex. McAlpins est; of Mary McAlpin, Sr. and Mark Thornton in right of his wife Sarah Feb. 1, 1801. Affidavit of W. Higginbotham, C. C. O. of Elbert Co., Feb. 13, 1801 that Wm. Moore is chosen gdn of Patsy McAlpin, and Solomon McAlpin is also app gdn of Ann McAlpin Feb. 13, 1801. Their receipts as gdns same date.2

Family:

Citations

  1. [S347] Duane W. Melton e-mail, e-mail address, Aug 2007,.
    From:
    http://haggard.surnames.com/web/d550.htm.
  2. [S347] Duane W. Melton e-mail, e-mail address, Aug 2007,.
    From:
    http://www.giddeon.com/wilkes/books/early-records-of-ga-vol2/225-257.shtml.

Emily Dowdell

F, b. 5 May 1910, d. 3 September 2007
  • Last Edited: 6 Nov 2007
  • Birth*: 5 May 1910; Talladega, Talladega Co., Alabama
  • Married Name: 1936; Thomas
  • Marriage*: 1936; Principal=Marion Bruce Thomas
  • Death*: 3 September 2007; Bastrop, Bastrop Co., Texas; BASTROP, Texas — Emily Dowdell Thomas, formerly of Talladega, died Sept. 3, 2007. Emily was born in Talladega on May 5, 1910, to Minnie Hubbard and William Crawford Dowdell. Following graduation from Erskine College, she taught at the Alabama School for the Deaf. In 1936 she married Marion Bruce Thomas. They later moved to San Antonio where Dr. Thomas was the Academic Dean and later President of Trinity University. Emily taught at Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children. She was a member of the Military Civilian Club and the Trinity University Faculty Wives. Both she and her husband were founding members of the University Presbyterian Church. Preceded in death by her husband, Emily is survived by her daughters, Virginia Powell and her husband, Armistead, of Elgin, Texas, Dorothy Shumway and her husband, George, of York, Pennsylvania and Lyn Kirkwood and her husband, Dennis, of Ann Arbor, Michigan. She is also survived by her sister, Virginia Birdling of Auckland, New Zealand; five granddaughters and four great grandchildren. Graveside services will be at in Talladega. Those who desire may make gifts in Emily Thomas' memory to Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children, 103 Tuleta Dr, San Antonio, Texas 78212. Marrs-Jones-Newby Funeral Home (512-321-2576) is in charge of arrangements.
    Source: Daily Home Online, Talladega, Pell City, Sylacauga, 6 Sep 2007.

    Memorial: 31 Oct 2007 Marion Bruce THOMAS (9 Nov 1909-18 Feb 2002); Talladega, Talladega County,
    Alabama;
    MARION BRUCE THOMAS AND EMILY DOWDELL THOMAS
    SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Memorial graveside services will be at on Friday, Nov. 2,
    at 10 a.m. at Oak Hill Cemetery for Marion Bruce Thomas and Emily Dowdell
    Thomas. Marion Bruce Thomas, the son of Dr. John M. Thomas and Pearl Bruce,
    was born in Talladega on Nov. 9, 1909 and died in San Antonio, Texas on Feb. 18,
    2002. Emily Dowdell Thomas, daughter of William Crawford Dowdell and Minnie
    Woodward Hubbard, was born in Talladega on May 5, 1910 and died in Bastrop,
    Texas on Sept. 3, 2007. Bruce and Emily Thomas are survived by their daughters,
    Virginia Powell and her husband Armistead of Elgin, Texas, Dorothy Shumway and
    her husband George of York, Pennsylvania, and Lyn Kirkwood and her husband
    Dennis of Ann Arbor, Michigan. They are also survived by five granddaughters and
    four great grandchildren. The services will be conducted by the Rev. Leeann
    Scarbrough of the First Presbyterian Church. Usrey Funeral Home in Talladega will
    direct the services. Daily Home Online, October 31, 2007, Talladega, Pell City,
    Sylacauga.
  • Burial*: say 7 September 2007; Talladega, Talladega Co., Alabama

Family: Marion Bruce Thomas b. s 1910