William H. Norman,(Peyton Wyatt6, William Harrison5, William4, Joseph3, Isaac2, Joseph1) was born about 1834 and died before September 1844 in Lincoln County, Georgia. He is buried in an unmarked grave in the Norman Family Cemetery in Lincoln County, Georgia.
George Washington Norman (Peyton Wyatt6, William Harrison5, William4, Joseph3, Isaac2, Joseph1) was born October 20, 1835 in Lincoln County, Ga, and died April 14, 1886 in Lincoln County, Ga. He married Roxanna Jane Hawes August 02, 1865 in Lincoln County, GA. She was born October 27, 1848, and died April 10, 1916. She is buried at Goshen Baptist Church Cemetery.
Notes for George Washington Norman:
George Washington Norman was a private in Company G, 15th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, Confederate States Army. Lincoln County, Georgia Lamar Confederates as of Feb 27, 1862. He was wounded at Sharpsburg, Md, Sept 17, 1862 and captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 3, 1863. George W. was released at Fort Delaware, De. on June 16, 1865. He is buried at the Hawes-Albea family cemetery in Lincoln County, Georgia.The son of Peyton Wyatt and Elizabeth Hawes Norman; Soldier in the Confederate Army. In the War Between the States, enlisted February 27, 1862 and served in CO G 15th GA Volunteer Infantry. Served under General James Longstreet's Corps., was wounded September 17, 1862 in Battle of Sharpsburg MD, on July 3, 1863 in the battle at Gettysburg, PA, was captured at the Devil's Den and imprisoned at Ft. Delaware. He was released June 16, 1865 and on August 2, 1865 married Roxanna Jane Hawes who is buried at Goshen Baptist Church Cemetery. They were blessed with ten children"...monument erected April 28, 1990.
Children of George Washington Norman and Roxanna Hawes are:
Jane Elizabeth Norman (Peyton Wyatt6, William Harrison5, William4, Joseph3, Isaac2, Joseph1). Jane was born in 1837, died November 3, 1853 in Lincoln County, Georgia. She is buried in the Norman/Stevenson Family Cemetery, Goshen District, Lincoln County in an unmarked grave.
Notes for Jane Elizabeth Norman:Jane E. Norman, 16 year old daughter of Peyton and Elizabeth Norman died November 3rd from bilious typhoid fever...Christian Index Obituaries 01-13-1853.
Peyton Seaborn Norman (Peyton Wyatt6, William Harrison5, William4, Joseph3, Isaac2, Joseph1) was born October 25, 1839, and died May 06, 1904. He married Zedora F. Roebuck. She was born July 30, 1845 in Elbert or Hart County, GA, and died January 31, 1923.
Notes for Peyton Seaborn Norman:
Private in Company G, 15 Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A. Lincoln County, Georgia, Lamar Confederates. Wounded, skull fracture, at 2d Manassas, Va. Aug 30, 1862. Captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 3, 1863. Paroled at Point Lookout, Md for exchange Feb 18, 1865.
Children of Peyton Seaborn Norman and Zedora Roebuck are:
John Stokes "Jack" Norman (Peyton Wyatt6, William Harrison5, William4, Joseph3, Isaac2, Joseph1) was born May 10, 1842 in Lincoln County, GA, and died September 19, 1874 in Lincoln County, GA. He married Leila Blanchard. She was born April 11, 1850 in Columbia County, GA, and died August 15, 1921 in Lincoln County, GA.
Children of John Stokes "Jack" Norman and Leila Blanchard are:
Thomas Ellington Norman (Peyton Wyatt6, William Harrison5, William4, Joseph3, Isaac2, Joseph1) was born June 8, 1844 and died September 8, 1845 at age 15 months. He is buried in an unmarked grave in the Stevenson/Norman Cemetery, Lincoln County.
Harriet Ann Norman was born June 10, 1847 and died March 9, 1918 in Lincoln County, Georgia. She married Newton Stevenson. Harriet and her family lived in the Peyton Wyatt Norman house. It was known as the Norman-Stevenson House.
Samuel Wyatt Norman (Peyton Wyatt6, William Harrison5, William4, Joseph3, Isaac2, Joseph1) was born August 17, 1848 in Lincoln County, GA, and died July 07, 1907 in Lincoln County, GA. He married Susan Ann Hawes. She was born December 05, 1849 in Lincoln County, GA, and died October 28, 1903 in Lincoln County, GA.
Notes for Samuel Wyatt Norman:S.W. Norman died last Friday about 11 o'clock. Mr. Norman had on that day gone to the residence of his nephew, G.A. Norman to partake of a fish dinner which was to have been held in his honor. He had entered fully into the occasion and with relatives and friends and was alive with a keen sense of enjoyment when suddenly and just before the dinner was served, he became ill. His death was followed almost instantly. The attending physician said acute indigestion was the ailment. For some time, Mr. Norman had been a sufferer from the most torturesome affliction and it has not infrequently given him some cause for alarm, it being the kind of acute indigestion that interferes with the heart action of its victim. Once or twice, Mr. Norman, upon leaving home, would say to some family member, "If I do not return from the fields promptly for dinner, I want you to send out and search for me. I may be lying ill on the ground somewhere about the place." But, on the day of his death, Mr. Norman had said to his relatives and friends that he had not felt so well for months. He was in particularly good spirits that day and had been telling anecdotes for the entertainment of his relatives and friends. It scattered consternation and sorrow among them when he suddenly staggered toward the bed saying, "I was never so sick in my life." A moment more and he was dead. Mr. Norman was around 58 years old and was the father of 8 children who survive him. They are Mayor Norman, R.C. Norman, Dallas Norman. Mrs. W.C. Matthews, Will Norman, Miss Annie Norman, Irvin Norman and Miss Janie Norman.....Lincoln Journal 07-18-1907.
Children of Samuel Wyatt Norman and Susan Hawes are: