Georgia Family Group Sheet for James Nathaniel SORRELLS Family

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SUBMITTED BY: Dot SORRELLS COX
e-mail: Dotcox10@aol.com
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HUSBAND: James Nathaniel SORRELLS
Birthdate: June 17, 1801 Georgia
date and place of marriage: July 20, 1837 Walton County, Georgia
military service: James N. SORRELLS fought with the 503rd Georgia in the Florida Indian War.
His widow, Lucy A. SORRELLS drew a pension for his services 27 Sept. 1892.
Death date: July 09, 1882 Social Circle, Walton County, Georgia
father: William Alexander SORRELLS
mother: Dorcas SANDERS
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WIFE: Lucy Ann HAYNES
Birthdate: August 21, 1821 Georgia
date and place of marriage: July 20, 1837 Walton County,Georgia
Death date: October 19, 1896 Walton County, Georgia
father: Green Berry HAYNES
mother: Eady W. AUSTIN
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CHILD 1: William G. SORRELLS
Birthdate: 1838 Georgia
married: Rosa E. SORRELLS
date and place of marriage: July 10, 1859 Walton County, Georgia
Death date: July 26, 1862 Chattanooga, Tennessee - CSA
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CHILD 2: Martha A.M. SORRELLS
Birthdate: 1839 Georgia
married: William R. AUSTIN
date and place of marriage: January 13, 1859 Walton County, Georgia
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CHILD 3: Sarah Elizabeth SORRELLS
Birthdate: Abt. 1844 Georgia
married: William M. EVERETT
date and place of marriage: January 10, 1866 Walton County, Georgia
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CHILD 4: Edith Edna A. SORRELLS
Birthdate: 1848/49
married: John HOLLIS
date and place of marriage: September 22, 1870 Walton County, Georgia
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CHILD 5: Mary Eleanor SORRELLS
Birthdate: February 22, 1853 Walton County, Georgia
married: James J. CLEGG Jr.
date and place of marriage: November 07, 1872 Walton County, Georgia
Death date: February 27, 1928 Walton County, Georgia
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CHILD 6: John Thomas SORRELLS
Birthdate: May 30, 1856 Walton County, Georgia
married: Lucy C. CLEGG
date and place of marriage: January 18, 1877 Walton County, Georgia
Death date: June 04, 1914 Walton County, Georgia
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CHILD 7: James 'Jimmy' Sanders SORRELLS
Birthdate: August 1859 Walton County, Georgia
married: # 2 Idella 'Della' WESTMORELAND
date and place of marriage: March 07, 1898 Walton County, Georgia
# 1 Alice Ann EDMONDSON March 01, 1883 Walton County, Georgia
# 3 Eula CHEATUM February 01, 1912 Walton County, Georgia
Death date: Bet. 1910 - 1920 Walton County, Georgia
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SOURCES: Family Records -1840, 1850, 1860, 1880 Walton County, Georgia Census
Index to Indian Wars Pension Files 1892-1926 Volume 2 by Virgil White Wayfarers In Walton by Anita B. Sams
Our Southern Ancestors by Thelma F. Cain Prince
1827 Georgia Land Lottery
1832 Gold Land Lottery of Georgia
Walton County, Georgia Marriage Records
Walton County Property Deeds 7 Jan. 1873 & 24 Nov. 1877
Cemetery inscriptions
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NOTES:
1. James & Lucy SORRELLS were buried in the Tanner Cemetery, Walton County, Georgia.
2. James and Mary CLEGG were buried in Clegg Cemetery, Walton County, Georgia.
3. John T. and Lucy SORRELLS were buried in the Tanner Cemetery
4. Jimmy & Della SORRELLS were buried in Tanner Cemetery (no markers).
Jimmy & Della were my great-grandparents.