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See 1830 Census Of Rabun Co., GA + families mentioned in new book
Posted by: J B Turner (ID *****2591) Date: April 27, 2007 at 07:32:30
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1830 CENSUS OF RABUN COUNTY, GEORGIA
THIS IS THE MOST ACCURATE TRANSCRIPT FOUND TO DATE!
(ALL THE LEGIBLE NAMES):

Richard Adams
James Allen
Robert Allen
John Anderson
Joseph Anderson
Moses G. Anderson
Noble Anderson
William Anderson
Thomas Arnol
Wyley Ballard
Harmon Bannister
Coline Barnett
Beverly (Barron?)
James Beck
Samuel Beck
Solomon Beck
William Bent
John Bishop
John Black
William Black
Richard Blackston
George Blain
James Bleckley
Thomas Boling
James Bonett
Elijah Brady
Jesse Bramblett
Reuben Bramblett
Jarrat Birch
John Birch Jr.
John Birch Sr.
Joseph Brown
Robert Brown
Caleb C. Bryant
Robert Byers
John Callier
Robert Campbell
William Carver
Ellis Cannon
Henry Cannon
Hiram Cannon
Isaac H. Cannon
Jacon Capehart
Sampson Capps
Hubbard Carnes
Ruth Carnes
Thomas Carver
John Carson
Edward Carter
Jesse Carter
Josiah Carter
Josiah H. Carter
Eleanor Cradleton?
Edward Chasteen
Elijah Chasteen
Hannah Chasteen
Jehugh Chasteen
Jas Nell? McLain
Elliot Clardy
William Cleveland
Danl Cline
James Cody
Cleveland Coffee
Edward Coffee
Elijah Coffee
Elisha Coffee
Joel Coffee
Nathan Coffee
Josiah Calahan
John Calahand
Hiram Clingman
George W. Collins
Watson Collins
William Cook
William Copeland
Cullen Cornett
Eihugh Coward
Elijah Crane
Jesse Crane
James Crow
Margaret Crawford
Lawrence Crow
Martin Culberson
John Dan?
David Lew Daniel
Green Davis/Dares?
William Davis
Berry Dawson
Enoch Dawson
Jonas Dawson (1)
Jonas Dawson (2)
William A. Dawson
Elwood Denney
Elijah Denton
Jonas Denton
John Derick
Obediah T. Dick Irons
Polly Dilda
Elias Dildy
James Dillard
John Dillard
Abel Donovan
Thomas Dotson
Bailey Dover
Sarah Darnol
John Dun
Jonathan Dunlap
Matthew Dunlap
Joe Cline
Amos Ellard
James Ellard Jr.
Joseph Ellor
Ephraim Ellert
Elijah Ellis
William Ellis
James Elord Sr.
David Evans
Samuel Farriss
Ambrose Fitzgerald
Amos Forister
John Forister
Thomas Forister
Thomas Foster
George Foster
David Fowler
Elizabeth Fowler
Jeremiah Fowler
John Fowler
Moses Fowler
Michael Fricks
Allen R. Gains
Elizabeth Gains
Henry S. Gains
Hiram Gains
James Gains
William Galaspie
William F. Galiway
Obedience Gasaway
Arthur George
Isaac George
James George
Jesse George
Allen Gilleland
Elizabeth Gilleland
Ruffin Ginn
Collins Goble
John Goble
Ansel Godfrey
Thomas Godfrey
Tilmon Gooch
William M. Grantham
John Green
Isaac Grice
George Hally
Ezekiel Ham
William Hamby
John Harris
Zebedee Haten or
Wooten
George Heady
Andrew B. Henson
James B. Henson
Thomas M. Henson
William N. Henson
Henry Hicks
Josiah Hide
Reuben Hide
Francis G. Higgin-
- bottom
Isaac King
Isaac Holden
William Hopkins
Robert Hunter
Richard Hunter
William Jackson
Lewis D. Jarrat
James Jarrat
John Johnston
Thomas Johnston
James M. Jones
Joseph Jones
Martin Jones
William Jones
William Jones
Abraham Keener
John Kelly (1)
John Kelly (2)
John L. Kelly
Thomas Kelly, Rev.
William Kelly
Isaac Landers
John Langston
James Ledbetter
George Loots
Joseph Loots, Jr.
Davis Lovelady
Thomas Lovelady
Isaac Lovell
George Lunceford
William Lunceford
Solomon Lovelady
James Martin
James McCaul
Thomas McCaul
David McClain
Ephraim E. McClain
John McClain
John McClain
Andrew McCline
David McDaniel
William S. McGuire
Thomas McHenry
William McHenry
William McKeney
Chesley McKenzie
Thomas Middleton
Andrew Miller
Sally Miller
John Morris
James Moss
Martin Moody
Eli More
Jordan More
William More
Rebecca Morgan
Thomas Morris
David Mozley
James B. Nevill
William Norris
Messer Norton
David Oakes
Benjamin Odell
Michael Oliver
William Owen
Cary Page
David Page
John Parkes
George Patterson
John Patterson
Joseph Patterson
Roley Patterson
William Pell
John Penny
Curtice Pinson
Joseph Pinson
Edley Powell
James B. Powell
Jefferson Powell
Pleasant Powell
Tilmon Powell
Ervin Price
James B. Price
John B. Price
Robert Quarles
Hubbard Quarles
David Quarles
Eleanor Raney
Isaac Raney
James Raney
Thomas Raney Sr.
Thomas Raney
William Raney
Thomas Raper
William Redman
Richard Redman
Thomas Kelley Reed
William Richards
James Roach
John Roberts
James Roggers
Elisha Russell
George Russell
Grover Samson
Benjamin Sharley
John Shaw
Thomas Shayrs
William Shayrs Sr.
William Shayrs
Charles Scoggins
James Scruggs
Joel Selvey
William Shaw
Benjamin Shelton
George Singleton
Henry Singleton
William Singleton
George Smith
Hampton Smith
James Smith
John Smith
Joshua Smith
Robert Smith
William Smith
Richard Steel
Aaron Stone
Thomas Stone
James Stonecypher
James Strother
Ambrose Sutton
Joseph Syms
Horatio Tally
Robert Taylor
William Taylor
Lazarus Tilly
Lewis Tilly
Elias Tirpin
James Tirpin
William Tredaway
William Visage
John Walker
Drewry Wall
Etheld Wall
Jesse Wall
William Wall
Joseph Watts
Elizabeth Warnack
Thomas Watkins
Pleasant Watts
Jeremiah Webb
Konrad Wever
Martha Wever
John White
Amos Williams
Caliway Williams
Edward Williams
Etheld Williams
Jonathan Williams
Joseph Williams
Martin Williams
William Williams Sr.
William Williams Jr.
Robert Willson
William Willson
Daniel Wimpey
Drewry Woodall
Joseph Woodall
Morgan Woodall
William Woodall
Robert Woods
Thomas Woods
Chaney Wootten
Dudley Wootten
John Wootten
Samuel L. Word
William Worley
Jeremiah York
Jeffrey York
Semore York
[There are several more names, which are not legible]


The above people of Rabun Co., GA are mentioned in this interesting book. And several of their neighbors and possible kin:

This new book records a good deal of folk humor and some history of related families of the North Georgia Mountain counties, (plus Smoky Mountains of NC and TN, and some mountain areas of SC and AL). It includes well over 200 true Appalachian stories of local folk, from pioneer times up to the 1970's.

It is called "High Humor Of The Hills," and I only list it here as a resource of family interest. Also includes some tables about mountain pioneer families. Here is the link to it:

http://hometown.aol.com/mommwoww/index.html

PS: This is not an overall genealogy reference book, nor strictly relegated to genealogy research... but more of a focus on mountain family folklore and humor of NE GA, western NC and SC, east TN, and northeast AL. Several related families of interest to us are mentioned. The only "hard-fact genealogy" in it is a listing of pioneer settlers of the mountain counties in NE GA. But it is still a priceless record to have, about the lives and times of several related mountain families and the humorous things which happened to them.

I know at least one of each of the above families is mentioned in the Rabun Co. Pioneer Census section (1830 Census). Several neighbors, some who are surely at least near or distant kin of these families, are written about in these true tales; some are told about anonymously. Areas include Clayton, Warwoman, Mountain City, Rabun Gap, Hiawassee, Saddle Gap, Screamer Mtn., Young Harris, Crooked Creek, Brasstown, Arkequah, Choestoe, Trackrock Gap, Blairsville, Owltown, Coosa, Dooly, Ivy Log, Gum Log, Plott Town, etc.


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