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Charlie Rube JOHNSON

Male 1917 - 1981  (64 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Charlie Rube JOHNSON was born 31 Jan 1917, Cumming, Forsyth, Georgia (son of John William JOHNSON and Louisa M. SMITH); died 13 Oct 1981, Dial, Fannin County, Georgia; was buried 15 Oct 1981, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1930, Mineral Bluff, Fannin, Georgia
    • Residence: 1981, Blue Ridge, Fannin, Georgia; residence at the time of his death

    Notes:

    Name:
    Charlie R. Johnson -> tombstone inscription
    Charlie Rube Johnson -> Johnsons and Woodys website
    Charlie Johnson -> SSDI

    Connection to parents:
    Named as J. W. Johnson's son on the 1930 census.

    Birth:
    31 Jan 1917 -> tombstone inscription
    31 Jan 1917; Cumming, Forsyth, GA ->Johnsons and Woodys website.
    1917, GA -> 1930 census
    31 Jan 1917 -> SSDI

    Census:
    Charlie R. (13) appeared in the household of J. W. Johnson (51) as his son. Their home was a rented farm. He was single, had not attended school during the year, and was literate. He and both parents were born in Georgia. He was a laborer on a general farm, working as an unpaid family worker. Other household members included Lu L. (52), Grady H. (23), Homer H. (19), Venson T. (16), Toy (10), Coy (10), and Louise (6).

    Buried:
    Burial date obtained from Johnsons and Woodys website.

    Died:
    Death date confirmed by headstone.
    Death date and place obtained from Johnsons and Woodys website.
    Cause of death was a heart attack.
    Oct 1981 -> SSDI

    Charlie married Ruby WOODY. Ruby was born 20 Jul 1922; died 4 Jul 2009. [Group Sheet]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  John William JOHNSON was born 28 Oct 1879, , Fannin County, Georgia (son of Reuben Phillip JOHNSON and Martha Jane GARRETT); died 24 Dec 1947, , Fannin County, Georgia; was buried Aft 24 Dec 1947, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Will Johnson
    • Census: 1900, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia
    • Census: 1910, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia
    • Census: 1930, Mineral Bluff, Fannin, Georgia
    • Residence: 1935, , Fannin County, Georgia
    • Census: 1940, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia; Address:
      Noontootla Road

    Notes:

    Census:
    John W. Johnson (20) appeared as head of household. He was born Oct 1879. He and both parents were born in Georgia. He was a farmer. He and Louisa M. (22) had been married less than one year. They lived on a farm, which was rented.

    John's parents appeared next door.

    Census:
    John W. Johnson (30) appeared as head of household. He and his wife, Lou, (32) had been married 1o years. He and both parents were born in Georgia. He was a farmer on a general farm and employed others. He was literate. His home was rented and was a farm; the farm schedule was 61. The household included Norman (9), Lula (7), Newman (5), Grady (3), and Clara (1).

    John's sister, Rachel Ward, appeared one household down.

    Census:
    J. W. Johnson (51) appeared as head of household. His home was a rented farm. He had been married at age 20. He was literate. He was born in Georgia, his father in North Carolina, and his mother in Georgia. He was not occupied and was not a veteran of any war. Other household members included his wife, Lu L. (52), and children: Grady H. (23), Homer H. (19), Venson T. (16), Charlie R. (13), Toy (10), Coy (10), and Louise (6).

    Died:
    Death date obtained from headstone.

    John married Louisa M. SMITH Abt Mar 1900. Louisa was born 5 Sep 1877, , , Georgia; died 1 Mar 1963; was buried Aft 1 Mar 1963, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Louisa M. SMITH was born 5 Sep 1877, , , Georgia; died 1 Mar 1963; was buried Aft 1 Mar 1963, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Lou Smith
    • Census: 1900, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia
    • Census: 1910, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia
    • Census: 1930, Mineral Bluff, Fannin, Georgia
    • Residence: 1935, , Fannin County, Georgia
    • Census: 1940, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia; Address:
      Noontootla Road

    Notes:

    Census:
    Louisa M. (22) appeared in the household of John W. Johnson (20) as his wife. She was born Sep 1877. She and both parents were born in Georgia. She and John had been married less than one year. She was the mother of 0 children. They lived on a farm, which was rented.

    John's parents appeared next door.

    Census:
    Lou (32) appeared in the household of John W. Johnson (30) as his wife. They had been married 10 years. She was born in Georgia, her father in North Carolina, and her mother in Georgia. She was a farm laborer on a farm, working for wages. She was literate. Their home was rented and was a farm. The household included Norman (9), Lula (7), Newman (5), Grady (3), and Clara (1).

    John's sister, Rachel Ward, appeared one household down.

    Census:
    Lu L (52) appeared in the household of J. W. Johnson (51) as his wife. She was the homemaker. Their home was a rented farm. Se had been married at age 21. She was literate. She and both parents were born in Georgia. She had no occupation. Other household members included Grady H. (23), Homer H. (19), Venson T. (16), Charlie R. (13), Toy (10), Coy (10), and Louise (6).

    Notes:

    Married:
    *They had been married 30 years according to the 1930 census.
    *They had been married 10 years according to the 1910 census.

    Children:
    1. Norman JOHNSON was born Abt 1901, , , Georgia.
    2. Lela JOHNSON was born Abt 1903, , , Georgia.
    3. Judge Newman JOHNSON was born 1906, , , Georgia.
    4. Grady H. JOHNSON was born 10 Mar 1907, , , Georgia; died 6 Dec 1982; was buried Aft 6 Dec 1982, Alta Vista Cemetery, Gainesville, Hall, Georgia.
    5. Clara JOHNSON was born Abt 1909, , , Georgia.
    6. Homer Harley JOHNSON was born 11 Apr 1911, , , Georgia; died 9 Mar 1979; was buried Aft 9 Mar 1979, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.
    7. Venson T. JOHNSON was born 24 Dec 1914; died 24 Apr 1973; was buried Aft 24 Apr 1973, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.
    8. 1. Charlie Rube JOHNSON was born 31 Jan 1917, Cumming, Forsyth, Georgia; died 13 Oct 1981, Dial, Fannin County, Georgia; was buried 15 Oct 1981, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.
    9. Coy JOHNSON was born 10 Apr 1920, , , Georgia; died 1 Aug 1943; was buried Aft 1 Aug 1943, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.
    10. Toy JOHNSON was born 10 Apr 1920, , , Georgia; died 21 Jun 1966.
    11. Living


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Reuben Phillip JOHNSONReuben Phillip JOHNSON was born 3 Sep 1853, , , Georgia (son of Amos JOHNSON and Elizabeth Ann JONES); died 15 Apr 1911, Blue Ridge, Fannin, Georgia; was buried Aft 15 Apr 1911, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1860, Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1870, Subdivision 55, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1880, Noontootla, Fannin, Georgia
    • Census: 1900, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia
    • Census: 1910, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia

    Notes:

    Name:
    Rubin P. Johnson -> 1910 census
    Reuben P. Johnson -> 1860 census

    Relationship to parents:
    He appeared in the household of Amos and Elizabeth Johnson -> 1860 census

    Birth:
    Sep 1853, Georgia -> stated on 1900 census.
    02 Sep 1853 -> headstone
    1854, GA -> 1910 census
    1854, GA -> age 6 on 1860 census

    Census:
    Rueben P. (6) appeared in the household of Amos Johnson (34). He was born in Georgia.

    The household included Elizabeth (30), James W. (10), William R. (9), John H. (8), Frances K. (5), Mary M. (3), and Louisa J. (9/12).

    Census:
    "Reubin P." was enumerated in the household of Elizabeth Johnson. His age is given as 16. His occupation is "works on farm." His birthplace is given as Georgia. He can read, but cannot write. Other household members include Thomas R. (15), Mary (12), Nancy L (10), Robert (8).

    Census:
    "Ruben" was enumerated as head of household. His age is given as 26. His occupation is given as farmer. His birthplace is given as Georgia, father's North Carolina, mother's North Carolina. Other household members include Martha J (26), James (2), and John (7 months).

    Census:
    "Rubin P. Johnson" (46) appeared as head of household. He was born Sep 1853 in Georgia. Both his parents were born in South Carolina. He was a farmer. He and Martha J. (45) had been married 23 years. The household included Albert M. (18), Juney L. (15), Nancy W. (13), Mary M. (10), Rachael L. (7), and Delah M. (3). The family lived on a farm, which they owned.

    Reuben and Martha's son, John W., appeared next door.

    Census:
    Rubin P. Johnson (56) appeared as head of household. He and Martha J. (55) had been married 33 years. He was born in Georgia, his father in North Carolina, and his mother in South Carolina. He was a farmer on a general farm, where he employed others. He was literate. He owned his home, free from mortgage, which was a farm. The farm schedule was #18. The household included Junie L. (25) and Delia (14).

    Reuben married Martha Jane GARRETT Abt 1877. Martha (daughter of Robert GARRETT and Nancy Emeline BROOKSHIRE) was born 7 Jun 1854, , Fannin County, Georgia; died 26 Oct 1929, , Fannin County, Georgia; was buried Aft 26 Oct 1929, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Martha Jane GARRETTMartha Jane GARRETT was born 7 Jun 1854, , Fannin County, Georgia (daughter of Robert GARRETT and Nancy Emeline BROOKSHIRE); died 26 Oct 1929, , Fannin County, Georgia; was buried Aft 26 Oct 1929, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1860, Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1870, Subdivision 54, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1880, Noontootla, Fannin, Georgia
    • Census: 1900, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia
    • Census: 1910, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia
    • Census: 1920, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia

    Notes:

    Name:
    Martha J. Johnson -> 1920 census

    Birth:
    07 Jun 1854 -> gravestone
    1854, Georgia -> age 66 on 1920 census
    Jun 1854, Georgia -> stated on 1900 census

    Census:
    Martha J. was enumerated in the household of "Robert Garret." Her age is given as 6. Her birthplace is given as Georgia. Other household members include Nancy (27), Sarah E (3), and Wilbern F (1).

    Census:
    Martha was enumerated in the household of Robert Garrett. Her age is given as 15 and her occupation as "assisting in house." Her place of birth is given as Georgia. She attended school during the year. Other household members include Nancy (32), Sarah (14), Nancy (7), John (6), Eliza (3), James (1), and Joseph (86).

    Census:
    Martha J. was enumerated in the household of "Ruben Johnson" as his wife. Her age is given as 26 and her occupation as keeping house. Her birthplace is given as Georgia, father's South Carolina, and mother's South Carolina. Other household members include James (2) and John (7 months).

    Census:
    Martha (45) appeared in the household of "Rubin P. Johnson" (46) as his wife. She was born Jun 1854 in Georgia. Both her parents were born in South Carolina. She and Reuben had been married 23 years. She was the mother of 8 children, all of whom were living. The household included Albert M. (18), Juney L. (15), Nancy W. (13), Mary M. (10), Rachael L. (7), and Delah M. (3). The family lived on a farm, which they owned.

    Reuben and Martha's son, John W., appeared next door.

    Census:
    Martha J. (55) appeared in the household of Rubin P. Johnson (56) as his wife. They had been married 33 years. She had borne eight children, all of whom were living. She was born in Georgia and both parents were born in North Carolina. She had no occupation. She was literate. They owned their home, free from mortgage, which was a farm. The household included Junie L. (25) and Delia (14).

    Census:
    Martha J. Johnson (65) appeared as head of family and living in the household of Newton C. Ward (28). They lived on a farm, which was rented. She was widowed and was literate. She and both parents were born in Georgia. She had no occupation. The household included Rachel (27), Nellie (9), Ruby (7), Worth (5), Elleree (3), and Bondell (1).

    Martha Johnson was Rachel's mother. Newt's parents, William and Mary Ward, lived two households up.

    1920 Census Analysis Newton C. Ward Household

    Notes:

    Married:
    They had been married 33 years according to the 1910 census.

    Children:
    1. James Henry JOHNSON was born 25 Dec 1877, , , Georgia; died 1 Aug 1974.
    2. 2. John William JOHNSON was born 28 Oct 1879, , Fannin County, Georgia; died 24 Dec 1947, , Fannin County, Georgia; was buried Aft 24 Dec 1947, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.
    3. Albert Monroe JOHNSON was born 4 Mar 1882, , , Georgia; died 24 Apr 1966.
    4. Junie Lawson JOHNSON was born 17 Jun 1884, , Fannin County, Georgia; died 22 Oct 1940, , Tattnall, Georgia.
    5. Nancy Verdonie JOHNSON was born 14 Dec 1886, , Fannin County, Georgia; died 4 Jun 1969, Choestoe, Union, Georgia.
    6. Mary M JOHNSON was born 30 Jun 1889, , Fannin County, Georgia; died 17 Mar 1975, , Hall, Georgia.
    7. Rachel Louisa JOHNSON was born 9 Aug 1892, , Fannin County, Georgia; died 16 Feb 1980, Chatsworth, Murray, Georgia; was buried 18 Feb 1980, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.
    8. Delia Magnori JOHNSON was born 14 Jun 1896, , Fannin County, Georgia; died Mar 1985, Winter Haven, Polk, Florida.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Amos JOHNSONAmos JOHNSON was born Abt 1826, , Forsyth, Georgia; was buried , , Gilmer County, Georgia.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1850, District 85, Union, Georgia
    • Census: 1860, Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia

    Notes:

    Name:
    Amos Johnson -> 1850 census
    Amos Johnson -> 1860 census

    Birth:
    *Forsyth County obtained from son's (James W. Johnson) death certificate.
    *1826, GA -> age 24 on 1850 census
    *1826, GA -> age 34 on 1860 census

    Census:
    Amos Johnson (24) appeared as head of household. He was a farmer with real estate valued at $40. He was born in Georgia and was illiterate.

    The household included Anna (20), James (2), and William (0).

    Census:
    Amos Johnson (34) appeared as head of household. He was a farmer, with real estate valued at $400 and a personal estate valued at $400. He was born in Georgia and was illiterate.

    The household included Elizabeth (30), James W. (10), William R. (9), John H. (8), Reuben P. (6), Frances K. (5), Mary M. (3), and Louisa J. (9/12).

    Buried:
    "Cemetery - Family believes this to be Amos & Elizabeth Ann JOHNSON. The dates [22 Oct 1858 as death date for Amos] are believed to be incorrect as 1860 census shows Amos still alive with Elizabeth and several children. He is the father of James Robert Johnson, James W. Johnson, & Mary Melissa Johnson Stover who are buried here. His son, Reuben P. Johnson, is buried at Friendship Primitive Baptist Church, (Stockhill Cemetery) a few miles from Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church." -> Johnsons and Woodys website

    Died:
    Y

    Amos married Elizabeth Ann JONES. Elizabeth was born Abt 1830, South Carolina; was buried , , Gilmer County, Georgia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Elizabeth Ann JONESElizabeth Ann JONES was born Abt 1830, South Carolina; was buried , , Gilmer County, Georgia.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Betty Jones
    • Census: 1850, District 85, Union, Georgia
    • Census: 1860, Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1870, Subdivision 55, Gilmer, Georgia

    Notes:

    Name:
    *Last name "Jones" obtained from son's (James W. Johnson) death certificate.
    *Anna Johnson -> 1850 census
    *Elizabeth Johnson -> 1860 census

    Birth:
    1830, SC -> 1850 census
    1830, SC -> 1860 census

    Census:
    Anna (20) appeared in the household of Amos Johnson (24). She was born in South Carolina and was illiterate.

    The household included James (2), and William (0).

    Census:
    Elizabeth (30) appeared in the household of Amos Johnson (34). She was born in South Carolina and was illiterate.

    The household included James W. (10), William R. (9), John H. (8), Reuben P. (6), Frances K. (5), Mary M. (3), and Louisa J. (9/12).

    Died:
    Y

    Children:
    1. James W. JOHNSON was born 5 Aug 1849, , , Georgia; died 6 Apr 1925, Dial, Fannin County, Georgia; was buried Aft 6 Apr 1925, , Gilmer County, Georgia.
    2. William R. JOHNSON was born Abt 1850, , , Georgia.
    3. John H. JOHNSON was born Abt 1852, , , Georgia.
    4. 4. Reuben Phillip JOHNSON was born 3 Sep 1853, , , Georgia; died 15 Apr 1911, Blue Ridge, Fannin, Georgia; was buried Aft 15 Apr 1911, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.
    5. Frances K. JOHNSON was born Abt 1855, , , Georgia.
    6. Mary M. JOHNSON was born Abt 1857, , , Georgia.
    7. Louisa J. JOHNSON was born Abt 1859, , , Georgia.

  3. 10.  Robert GARRETTRobert GARRETT was born 15 Sep 1824, , , North Carolina (son of Joseph GARRETT and Sarah STROUD); died 8 Mar 1906, , Gilmer County, Georgia; was buried Aft 8 Mar 1906, , Gilmer County, Georgia.

    Other Events:

    • FAN: Anna Carnes
    • FAN: Coleman Forrester
    • Census: 1830, Burke County, North Carolina
    • Census: 1850, District 85, Union, Georgia
    • Census: 1860, Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Residence: 10 Jul 1867, District 864, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1870, Subdivision 54, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1880, Tickanetly, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1900, Diamond District, Gilmer, Georgia

    Notes:

    Name:
    Robert Garrett -> 1880 census
    Robert Garrett -> DAR app 758865
    Robert Garrett -> marriage license

    Birth:
    1823, NC -> age 57 on 1880 census
    1824, NC -> DAR app 758865

    Census:
    Joseph Garrett was enumerated as head of household. The household includes two males 0-4(possibly Robert,6 and Richard,6), two males 5-9 (possibly Joseph, 8 and John, 12), two males 10-14 (possibly William Elisha, 13 and Peter, 15), one male 15-19 (likely James, 16), one female 5-9 (possibly Tempey, 10), one female 10-14 (maybe Margaret, 22?), one female 20-29 (maybe Sarah Stroud, 40?).

    Census:
    Robert Garrett (22) was enumerated in the household of his brother, John (29) and John's wife, Easter (19). His parents, Joseph (64) and Sarah (60) also resided in the household.

    Census:
    Robert "Garret" (31) was enumerated as head of household. The household includes Nancy (27), Martha J (6), Sarah E (3), and Wilbern F (1).

    Residence:
    On 10 Jul 1867, Robert Garrett swore an oath of allegiance to the United States and that he had resided in Georgia for the last 12 months.

    Census:
    Robert Garrett (46) was enumerated as head of household. His occupation is farming. His real estate is valued at $800 and his personal estate at $300. His birthplace is given as North Carolina. Other household members include Nancy (32), Martha (15), Sarah (14), Nancy (7), John (6), Eliza (3), James (1), and Joseph (86).

    Census:
    Robert Garrett (57) appeared as head of household. He was a married farmer. He could not read or write. He and both parents were born in North Carolina. The household included his wife, Nancy L. (39), and children: Nancy L. (17), John C. (16), Elizer (13), James (11), Nanny (8), William (6), and Sylpha (2).

    Died:
    8 Mar 1906; Gilmer County GA -> DAR app 758865

    Robert married Nancy Emeline BROOKSHIRE 16 Sep 1853, , Union, Georgia. Nancy (daughter of James BROOKSHIRE and Elizabeth TILLEY) was born 22 Sep 1833, , , South Carolina; died 1 Mar 1916, , Gilmer County, Georgia; was buried Aft 1 Mar 1916, , Gilmer County, Georgia. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Nancy Emeline BROOKSHIRENancy Emeline BROOKSHIRE was born 22 Sep 1833, , , South Carolina (daughter of James BROOKSHIRE and Elizabeth TILLEY); died 1 Mar 1916, , Gilmer County, Georgia; was buried Aft 1 Mar 1916, , Gilmer County, Georgia.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1850, District 85, Union, Georgia
    • Census: 1860, Subdivision 33, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1870, Subdivision 54, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1880, Tickanetly, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1900, Diamond District, Gilmer, Georgia
    • Census: 1910, Diamond District, Gilmer, Georgia

    Notes:

    Name:
    Nancy L. Garrett -> 1880 census
    Nancy Emeline Brookshire -> DAR app 758865
    Nancy E. Brookshire -> marriage license

    Connection to parents:
    She is named as a child of James Brookshire and Elizabeth Tilley -> DAR app 758865

    Birth:
    1841, SC -> age 39 on 1880 census
    22 Sep 1833 -> DAR app 758865

    Census:
    "Nancy Brookshier" was enumerated in the household of "James Brookshier" (51). Her age is given as 14 and her birthplace as North Carolina. She attended school within the year. Other household members include Elizabeth (41), Levi (19), Martha (17), Mary (8), Elizabeth (5), and Alvy (1).

    Census:
    "Nancy Garret" was enumerated in the household of "Robert Garret" (31). Her age is given as 27 and her birthplace as North Carolina. She is said to be unable to read and write. Other household members include Martha J (6), Sarah E (3), and Wilburn F (1).

    Census:
    Nancy Garrett was enumerated in the household of Robert Garrett (46). Her age is given as 32, occupation as keeping house, and birthplace as North Carolina. She cannot read and write. Other household members include Martha (15), Sarah (14), Nancy (7), John (6), Eliza (3), James (1), and Joseph (86).

    Census:
    Nancy L. Garrett (39) appeared in the household of Robert Garrett (57) as his wife. Her occupation was keeping house. She could read but not write. She was born in South Carolina and both parents were born in North Carolina. The household included Nancy L. (17), John C. (16), Elizer (13), James (11), Nanny (8), William (6), and Sylpha (2).

    Census:
    Nancy Garrett was enumerated in the household of Robert Garrett (75) as his wife. Her birthdate is given as May 1833 and her age as 67. She has been married 40 years. She is the mother of 12 children, 11 of whom still live. Her birthplace is given as Georgia and both parents' as North Carolina. She cannot read and write. Other household members include Dovie (19), William (23), and Sallie (22).

    Census:
    Nancy E Garrett was enumerated as head of household. Her age is given as 72. She is widowed. She is said to have given birth to 11 children, 10 of whom still live. Her birthplace and both her parents' is said to be South Carolina. She is said to able to read but not write. Her daughter, Nancy L Fowler, is the only other household member.

    Died:
    1 Mar 1916; Gilmer County GA -> DAR app 758865

    Notes:

    Married:
    Sep 1853; Union County, GA -> DAR app 758865
    16 Sep 1853; Union County, GA -> marriage license

    Children:
    1. 5. Martha Jane GARRETT was born 7 Jun 1854, , Fannin County, Georgia; died 26 Oct 1929, , Fannin County, Georgia; was buried Aft 26 Oct 1929, Stock Hill, Fannin County, Georgia.
    2. Sarah E. GARRETT was born 11 Jan 1856, , , Georgia; died 23 Feb 1933.
    3. Wilbern F GARRETT was born Abt 1859, , , Georgia.
    4. Nancy L. GARRETT was born Oct 1861, , , Georgia; died 1921.
    5. John Clayton GARRETT was born Feb 1866, , , Georgia; died 30 Mar 1949, , Cherokee, Georgia.
    6. Eliza GARRETT was born 26 Apr 1867, Ellijay, Gilmer, Georgia; died 21 Jan 1946, Ellijay, Gilmer, Georgia; was buried Aft 21 Jan 1946, , Gilmer County, Georgia.
    7. James GARRETT was born 13 Apr 1869, , Gilmer County, Georgia; died 7 Aug 1951, Marietta, Cobb, Georgia; was buried Aft 7 Aug 1951, , Cobb, Georgia.
    8. Manerva Ann GARRETT was born 11 Mar 1873, , , Georgia; died 16 Dec 1951.
    9. William GARRETT was born 21 Oct 1874, Ellijay, Gilmer, Georgia; died 28 Nov 1950, Ellijay, Gilmer, Georgia.
    10. Zilpha GARRETT was born 6 Dec 1878, , probably Gilmer, Georgia; died 30 Oct 1936.
    11. Dovie GARRETT was born 4 Jun 1881, Ellijay, Gilmer, Georgia; died 20 Jul 1922, Quill, Gilmer, Georgia; was buried , , Gilmer County, Georgia.