Georgia Family Group Sheet for the James STONECYPHER Family

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Husband: James STONECYPHER
Birthdate: 16 May 1793
Birthplace: Franklin County, Georgia
Death date: 23 May 1854
Place of death: Rabun County, Georgia
Burial: Rabun County, Georgia
Father: John Henry STONECYPHER, Jr.
Mother: Nancy CURTIS

Marriage date: About 1821
Marriage place: Georgia

Wife: Martha "Patsy" MORRIS
Birthdate: 15 December 1798
Birthplace: Franklin County, Georgia
Death date: 07 May 1876
Place of death: Rabun County, Georgia
Burial: Rabun County, Georgia
Father: John MORRIS
Mother: Sarah Franklin WHITE

CHILDREN

Child No. 1: James Benjamin STONECYPHER
Sex: Male
Birthdate: 1824
Birthplace: Rabun County, Georgia
Death date: 1885
Place of death: Covington, Oklahoma
Burial: Oklahoma
Marriage date: #1 01 December 1846
Marriage place: Rabun County, Georgia
Spouse's name: #1  Patsy JONES   #2  Susan FINCANNON

Child No. 2: William STONECYPHER
Sex: Male
Birthdate: 30 August 1826
Birthplace: Rabun County, Georgia
Death date: 23 August 1899
Place of death: Rabun County, Georgia
Burial: Stonecypher Cemetery, Rabun County, Georgia
Marriage date: 20 March 1856
Marriage place: Rabun County, Georgia
Spouse's name: Milissa V. CANNON

Child No. 3: Sarah STONECYPHER
Sex: Female
Birthdate: 28 September 1828
Birthplace: Rabun County, Georgia
Death date: Aft. 1862
Place of death: Georgia
Burial: Georgia?
Marriage date: 31 July 1845
Marriage place: Rabun County, Georgia
Spouse's name: Samuel M. FULLER

Child No. 4: Susannah "Susan" STONECYHPER
Sex: Female
Birthdate: 06 April 1833
Birthplace: Rabun County, Georgia
Death date: 06 March 1916
Place of death:  Rabun County, Georgia
Burial:  McClain Cemetery, Rabun County, Georiga
Marriage date: 27 January 1853
Marriage place: Rabun County, Georgia
Spouse's name: George Wade FINCANNON

Child No. 5: John V. STONECYPHER
Sex: Male
Birthdate: 13 February 1835
Birthplace: Rabun County, Georgia
Death date: 17 July 1916
Place of Death:  Grant, Smith County, Tennessee
Marriage date: 31 October 1865
Burial:  House Cemetery, Grant, Smith County, Tennessee
Marriage place: Rabun County, Georgia
Spouse's name: Martha Ann Bathsheba JARRARD-FINCANNON

Child No. 6: Marion STONECYPHER
Sex: Male
Birthdate: 02 December 1837
Birthplace: Rabun County, Georgia
Death date: 02 February 1923
Place of death: Georgia
Burial: Upper Hightower Baptist Church Cemetery, Towns Co., Georgia
Marriage date: 4 September 1856
Marriage place: Rabun County, Georgia
Spouse's name: Hannah Lavinia CORN

Child No. 7: Thomas J. STONECYPHER
Sex: Male
Birthdate: 17 July 1844
Birthplace: Rabun County, Georgia
Death date: 9 June 1914
Place of death: Franklin County, Georgia
Burial: Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Franklin Co., Georgia
Marriage date: 1865
Marriage place: (Rabun Co.?) Georgia
Spouse's name: Talitha Clark LAPRADE

Child No. 8: Franklin STONECYPHER
Sex: Male
Birthdate: 1842
Birthplace: Rabun County, Georgia
Death date: 20 November 1862
Place of Death:  Howard's Grove Hospital (Confederate Military), Richmond, Virginia
Burial:  Richmond, Virginia
Marriage date: Never Married
Marriage place:
Spouse's name:

Child No. 9: Nancy Stonecypher
Sex: Female
Birthdate: Circa 1830's
Birthplace: Rabun County, Georgia
Death date: Bef. 1930
Place of death: Georgia
Burial: Georgia?
Marriage date:
Marriage place:
Spouse's name: unknown?
 

 Documentation:
Research of John Burnett, Reno, NV.  The Descendants of
Johannes Steinseiffer by H.S. Stonecipher--1986.  Rabun County Georgia
Marriage Records, Sketches of Rabun County History by Andrew Jackson
Ritchie (1948?).  James Stonecypher was an early settler of Rabun County,
Georgia.  He owned several thousand acres of land in Rabun County and in
his time was considered wealthy.  Several of his sons served in the
Confederate Army during the Civil War.  These were Marion Stonecypher,
John V. Stonecypher, Franklin Stonecypher--Private, Co. E, 24th Regt.
Georgia Volunteer Infantry; Thomas J. Stonecypher--2nd Sergeant, Co. E.
24th Regt. Georgia Volunteer Infantry; William Stonecypher--Private,
Cannon's Company, 4th Georgia Cavalry--enlisted in 1862 and released from
service September 9, 1865 at Clayton, Rabun Co., Georgia.  Many
descendants of this family still reside in the State of Georgia.