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Anderson Notes

Fannin County, Georgia 11/3/98

http://rb-254.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ga/fannin/census/census02.txt

 

622 ANDERSON

Samuel 67 M Farmer NC

Mary 74 F Hskpr NC

BARNES, John 19 M FarmHand NC

 

641 ANDERSON

Elisia 31 M FarmHand NC

 

642 ANDERSON

David 34 M FarmHand NC

Martha 33 F Hskpr NC

John 12 M NC

Samuel 10 M NC

Margarett 5 F GA

Nancy 2 F GA

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James M. ANDERSON Nov 3, 1880 - Aug. 29, 1936

CAWLEY CEMETERY

Richmond, Georgia

http://rb-254.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ga/richmond/cemeteries/ftgordon.txt

also:

Cemetery # 70

located in training area # 49

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This grave was found in 1996 by a hunter

NAME DATES

INSCRIPTION / NOTES

Willie ANDERSON Nov. 19, 1875 - Sept 10, 1890

son of Susan and Sam

ANDERSON

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Georgia Pension Roll of 1835

http://rb-254.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ga/1nc/military/pensions/1835pens.txt

WILLIAM ANDERSON

BALDWIN COUNTY

PRIVATE

GEORGIA MILITIA

$80.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE

$240.00 AMOUNT RECEIVED

APRIL 9, 1834 PENSION STARTED

AGE 71

RICHARD DICKEN

CLARK COUNTY

PRIVATE

VIRGINIA CONT'L LINE

$36.66 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE

$65.45 AMOUNT RECEIVED

DECEMBER 29, 1833 PENSION STARTED

AGE 81

DIED DECEMBER 16, 1833

 

WILLIAM RUCHER

PRIVTE

VIRGINIA MILITIA

$23.33 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE

$69.99 AMOUNT RECEIVED

OCTOBER 16, 1833 PENSION STARTED

AGE 89

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Draft for WW I

Shows Draft Papers Residence for Josiah Dall Anderson, Joe Dall came to Perryton, Texas at this time to see his sister, Mollie Ellin Anderson Davis and lived with her awhile.

http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/tx+index+89143212463+F

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Typhoid Fever

Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection of the intestinal tract and occasionally the bloodstream. It is an uncommon disease with only 30 - 50 cases occurring in New York each year. Most of the cases are acquired during foreign travel to underdeveloped countries. The germ that causes typhoid is a unique human strain of salmonella called Salmonella typhi. Outbreaks are rare.

Anyone can get typhoid fever but the greatest risk exists to travelers visiting countries where thedisease is common. Occasionally, local cases can be traced to exposure to a person who is a chronic carrier.

Typhoid germs are passed in the feces and, to some extent, the urine of infected people. The germs are spread by eating or drinking water or foods contaminated by feces from the infected individual.

Symptoms may be mild or severe and may include fever, headache, constipation or diarrhea, rose-colored spots on the trunk and an enlarged spleen and liver. Relapses are common. Fatalities are less than 1 percent with antibiotic treatment.

Symptoms generally appear one to three weeks after exposure.

The carrier stage varies from a number of days to years. Only about 3 percent of cases go on to become lifelong carriers of the germ and this tends to occur more often in adults than in children.

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HABERSHAM CO., GA. is VOLUME II.

For complete details on exactly what the book contains along with a SURNAME INDEX go to my webpage at:

These Men Wore Grey: http://www.hartcom.net/~scv935/grey

Habersham Surname Page: http://www.hartcom.net/~scv935/grey/Habsurnames.html

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JAMES NIX

HARRIS COUNTY

PRIVATE

SOUTH CAROLINA LINE

$20.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE

$ AMOUNT RECEIVED

SEPTEMBER 26, 1833 PENSION STARTED

AGE 74

 

War of 1812

Georgia participants

http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/ga+index+8129244797+F

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Listed are Mitchell Henry Anderson's brothers (?), Nichols

(several) and Ira C. D. Nix. Also are some Ruckers and Merritts.

 

24th REGIMENT GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY NORTHERN VIRGINIA C. S. A.

WOFFORD'S BRIGADE

McLAWS' DIVISION

LONGSTREET'S CORPS

 

INDEX OF MEN IN THE 24TH GEORGIA

VETERANS NAME COMPANY AND RANK

 

Anderson, A. J. "F" Private

Anderson, Harvey R. "A" Private

Anderson, Isaac "C" Private

Anderson, John L. "A" Private

Anderson, John L. "C" Private

Anderson, Joshua "C" Private

Anderson, William B. "A" Private

 

Merritt, Alfred F. "C" Private

Merritt, Andrew "C" Private

Merritt, James J. "C" Private

 

Nichols, Charles "E" Private

Nichols, John P. "D" Private

Nichols, Joseph G. "D" Private

Nichols, Lucius B. "D" 1st Corporal

Nichols, William N. "D" Private

 

Nix, Christopher C. "C" Private

Nix, Ira C. D. "C" Private

 

Rucker, Armour Mack "A" Private

Rucker, Enoch A. "A" 4th Sergeant

Rucker, Moses "A" Private

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Muster lists for Georgia

http://rb-254.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ga/1nc/military/rosters

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Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 18:53:36 +0000

From: "Trudi Snapgirdle" <native@cco.net>

To: Southern-Trails-L@rootsweb.com

Subject: NICHOLS, BONDS, CONATSER, HILL, WELTON

Am searching for information on the following:

Uriah NICHOLS, b. 1817 Marion Co. TN m. Martha CONATSER, b. 1812

TN? Seeking parents and siblings of each. These are my Paternal

Greatgrandparents

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WILLIAM RUCHER

PRIVTE

VIRGINIA MILITIA

$23.33 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE

$69.99 AMOUNT RECEIVED

OCTOBER 16, 1833 PENSION STARTED

AGE 89

 

War of 1812

same as James Nix

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