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Name: tammy orahoske <...@> Date: 2003-12-19 Comments:
i am interested in moving to your county. i need to know what is available for rent or sale, in a secluded area of your county. i am in the middle of a divorce and have 4 dogs.i am interested in land if it has water and elec where i can park my motorhome until i can build a cabin. i would be interested in a little cabin with a wood burning stove for heat.my goal is to own min of 2 acres of land.if any one knows of anything like this please feel free to contact me via e-mail or at : t. orahoske, 30 friar tuck cir,covington ga 30014 thank you for your help
Name: connie thomason jackson <c...@> Date: 2003-09-20 Comments:
i am searching for thomason and seabolt from fannin county
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Name: Linda Phillips <
...@> Date: 2002-06-09 Comments:
I love RootsWeb? Whenever I get stuck I return to Rootsweb for help.
I am looking for Elizabeth Cochran in Fannin County Georgia. I only know about Elizabeth from family stories and the 1860 and 1880 Census.
In the 1860 Census Elizabeth is enumerated with Tilman and Telitha Chastain. She was listed as 24 years old with her son, Joseph age 3 and a daughter, Alpha 4 months.
In the 1870 Census I can't seem to find Elizabeth and Alpha, but Joseph is living with James and Nancy J. Phillips. It lists: Phillips, James age 46, Jane age 36, Joseph age 13, Carmel, O. Mary age 15 (domestic servant).
In the 1880 Census, Joseph Cochran is listed as Joseph H. Phillips, age 23 with his wife, Idia, age 19, his son, John A., age 1 and his mother Elizabeth Cochran, age 45.
The family story has been passed down that Elizabeth married a Cochran. She had Joseph. Her husband left for Tennessee because his family was from there. Elizabeth leaves Joseph in Georgia with James and Nancy Jane Phillips sometime after the 1860 Census. (Nancy Jane could have no children and the story is told that she went around looking for children to take in.) While Elizabeth was with her husband in Tennessee, the Civil War broke out and they were unable to get back. Apparently her husband died while she was in Tennessee. When she came back to Georgia to claim her son, the Phillips family had already adopted him.
I have been searching for years on this family and would greatly appreaciate any help received. Thank you.
Name: Lil Prather <
...@> Date: 2002-03-12 Comments:
Excellent sources of information.
Name: Arnetta KEE-Whitlock <
...@> Date: 2000-07-01 Comments:
Why couldn't I connect with the l850 census of Union Co., GA database?