Endnotes; Individual Narrative of Isaac Naylor

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Endnotes

1. Naylor Family Bible ("Old and New Testaments Translated Out Of The Original Tongues; and With The Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised") (New York: American Bible Society, 1850); photocopy of pages given to Linda Wood by Catherine Nix, unknown location, Birthplace (Henry Co.) comes from statement on Isaac's Indigent Civil War Veteran's Pension Application. The 1850 Naylor family Bible record of Births: "Isaac Naylor was borned August the 26 1834.".
2. Confederate Pension Application for Indigent Soldiers or Widows of Soldiers, Isaac gives birth date and place of birth (Henry Co., GA).
3. UDC, Georgia Division United Daughters of the Confederacy Ancestor Roster (Georgia: UDC, n.d.), Vol. ?, p.7.
4. Family group sheets and ancestor charts, 14 September 1968, Gilbert H. Gragg Library, Bainbridge, GA, 301 South Monroe St., Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, (Unpublished manuscript of Family Group Sheets and Ancestor Charts).
5. 1850 Federal Population Census for the State of Georgia, Talbot County, p. 262, Family No. 557, 12 Sep 1850.
6. Jack F. Cox, History of Sumter County, Georgia (Roswell, GA: Sumter County Preservation Society, 1983), p. 180.
7. UDC, Georgia Roster, Vol. ?, p.7.
8. Naylor Family Bible , the Naylor Bible says: "Mrs. Apsibeth Naylor Died 30th March 1860".
9. 1860 Federal Population Census for the State of Georgia, Sumter County, p. 450, Americus P.O.
10. Cox, History of Sumter County, (in source: p. 674); census page 450, Americus P.O.
11. Family group sheets and ancestor charts, 14 September 1968 Gilbert H. Gragg Library, Bainbridge, GA, (Unpublished manuscript of Family Group Sheets and Ancestor Charts).
12. Confederate Pension Application, gives date of enlistment and name of unit in which he served.
13. Cox, History of Sumter County, p.117.
14. UDC, Georgia Roster, Vol. ?, p.7.
15. John Griffin, Historical Notes on the Georgia 10th Infantry Battalion, http://www.researchonlin.net/gacw/unit38a.htm, 6/1/02.
16. Ibid.
17. Confederate Pension Application.
18. UDC, Georgia Roster, Vol. 12, p.95 (information furnished by his great, great granddaughter, Alice Johnson Walker.
19. Family group sheets and ancestor charts, 14 September 1968 Gilbert H. Gragg Library, Bainbridge, GA, (Unpublished manuscript of Family Group Sheets and Ancestor Charts).
20. 1870 Federal Population Census for the State of Georgia, Sumter County, p. 349, D585, F579, Andersonville P.O., enumerated 8 Sept. 1870 by Jas. G. Harrison.
21. Letter from Isaac Naylor (Butler, Taylor County, Georgia) to Joseph Naylor, 12 March 1871; photocopy in possession of Linda F. Wood (1501 Sharpsburg Lane, Birmingham, AL 35213).
22. Letter from Isaac Naylor (Butler, Taylor County, Georgia) to Joseph Naylor, 15 September 1871; photocopy in possession of Linda F. Wood (1501 Sharpsburg Lane, Birmingham, AL 35213).
23. Confederate Pension Application.
24. Ibid.
25. Confederate Pension Application.
26. UDC, Georgia Roster, Vol. ?, p.7.
27. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Harvey, Sumter County Georgia Cemetery Records (Americus, Georgia: Authors, 1972), p. 161.
28. UDC, Georgia Roster, Vol. ?, p.7.
29. Harvey, Sumter County Georgia Cemetery, p. 161 [also called Americus City Cemetery].



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