GA Family Group Sheet for Levi LANGLEY Family

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SUBMITTED BY: Donna Shine Wall     <donnaswall@comcast.net>
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HUSBAND: Levi LANGLEY
Birthdate: 1 Jan 1829, GA
date and place of marriage: 17 Feb 1850, Carroll Co, GA
military service: Co. A 1st FL Cav., US Volunteers, Union Army, Civil War, Feb 1864-Nov 1865
Death date: c1881-1906
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WIFE: Letha 'Lessy' SMITH
Birthdate: 5 May 1829, GA
Death date:
mother's father: Rev. Isaac SMITH
mother's mother: Elizabeth Ailizzie TURNER
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CHILD 1: Joshua LANGLEY
Birthdate: cDec 1851, GA (prob. Carroll Co.)
married: Rebecca BAKER
date and place of marriage: c1868
Death date: 1912, Ochlocknee, Thomas Co, GA
buried: Little Ochlocknee Bapt. Church Cemetery, Rt. 188, Ochlocknee,
Thomas Co, GA
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CHILD 2: Mary E. LANGLEY
Birthdate: c1853, GA (prob. Carroll Co.)
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CHILD 3: James Isaac LANGLEY
Birthdate: c1855-1857, Coffee Co, AL
married: Temperance Lois 'Tempie' BRINSON
date and place of marriage: 20 Mar 1881
Death date: 18 Dec 1917, Alaqua Precinct, Walton Co, FL
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SOURCES:
Death Certificate of James Isaac Langley;
1850 GA Census, Carroll Co. Family #836;
1853 Carroll Co, Ga Tax Digest;
1860 AL Census, Coffee Co. Family #1343;
Bill Fickling bill@fickling.net;
Homer Jones CWBSLocator@webtv.net;
1870 FL Census, Walton Co.;
1880 GA Census, Thomas Co.;
Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System <www.itd.nps.gow/cwss>
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NOTES:
Levi LANGLEY was confined at Ft. Pickens near Pensacola, FL
May-Sept. 1865 for desertion from the Union Army.
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