GA Family Group Sheet for John Frederick SIMMONS Family #2

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Husband: John Frederick SIMMONS
Birthdate: bet 1790-1794 NC, USA.1,2,3
Death date:
Burial:
Father: Zadock SIMMONS (b. c1756)
Mother: Sarah CLAYBOURN (b. c1756, d. bef 1800)

Marriage date:
Place of Marriage:

Wife: ?
Birthdate:
Death date:
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CHILDREN

?/F Lucy SIMMONS (1584)
Name-Var: Lura F. SIMMONS
Birthdate: c __ ___ 1825 GA, USA.6
Marriage: c __ ___ 1842 William B. DOKE (4744) (b. c1820)3
 

References:
Margaret M. Hofmann, Genealogical Abstracts of Wills 1758 through
1824 Halifax County, North Carolina in no series (4th; Weldon, NC: The Roanoke News
Company, 1970).

no title. <private correspondent>

no title, n.d., See Source info of Betty Rodgers

Elizabeth Weeks Mattair (Newberry, FL)

Joe E. Craigmiles III, Thomas County, Georgia Marriages 1826-1925 in
no series (516 N Broad St, PO Box 546, Thomasville, GA 31799 (912)226-2449:
Craigmiles & Associates Publishing/Printing, n.d.), Marriage book B-85.

no title, n.d., SIMMONS researcher, email: BOGAERTL@aol.com.

Victor Davidson, no title in no series (Spartanburg, SC: The
Repreint Company Publishers, 1978).

Victor Davidson, unknown short title, Will of Zadock Simmons lists
one son John, and grandson Zadock. I'm assuming this Zadock is grandson of former
Zadock, son of his son John.

Folks Huxford, Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia; A Biographical account
of some of the Early Settlers of that portion of Wiregrass Georgia embraced on the
Original Counties of Camden, Glynn, Wayne, Appling and Irwin in no series, I through IX
(Jesup, GA: Sentinel Press, 1954), Vol VI, pgs. 502/3.

Joe E. Craigmiles III, Thomas County, Georgia Marriages, page
175: Marriage book B-144.

William Warren Rogers, no title in Florida State University Studies
Number Thirty-nine
(Tallahassee: The Florida State University, 1963), page 18, from the
Thomasville newspaper
_Southern Enterprise_, June 27, July 4, 1860: "In 1860 at Station,
a settlement on the Florida line, a knife fight between John E. L. Stanaland and Samuel
Simmons resulted in the death of Simmons. Stanaland was sentenced to ten years'
imprisonment for voluntary manslaughter."

1860 census for Jefferson Co., FL lists John STANALAND in residence
neighboring

Samuel SIMMONS: 444. STANALAND, John 34, 1200pp, GA, Convict.