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1  Elizabeth Cornelia Chambers
 
2  Jesse Harrison Chambers
 
3  Jesse Harrison Chambers
 
4  John Moses Chambers
 
5 All comments and non-Ancestry information from:
Haralson County, Georgia, A History, Lois Owens Newman and the Carroll County Genealogical Society, 1994. LCC 94-71838





 
John Thaddeus Chambers
 
6  Joseph Chambers
 
7  Joseph W Chambers
 
8  Joseph W Chambers
 
9  Mary Louvenia Chambers
 
10 RonBearden71 is a researching Thelma through her husband Marvin Moon
 
Thelma Chambers
 
11 Is Noah the son of  John Cole
 
12  Richard C Cole
 
13  Samuel Cole
 
14  Samuel Cole
 
15  Samuel Cole
 
16  Samuel Cole
 
17 1880 Census Is Samuel living near a relative? ie John Cole and family? Is John a nephew? About the right age.


confirmed. John is Samuel's son


1870 Census Samuel is living near a Noah Coal (Cole). Is this a relative?


confirmed. Noah is Samuel's Grandson




1860 Living near his son and family Richard Cole
 
Samuel Cole
 
18 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
19 Roland died September 22, 1952 at 33 years old in an accident at Portsmouth New Hampshire Navy Yard.
 
Roland Gagne
 
20 He was born in Maine. Was drafted into the Army in early 1945 and went into the Army Air Corps. During training the war ended. Draftees were offered an 'enlistment' into the regular Army and he took that offer. Served until 1966 when he retired and worked as a civilian contractor for the Air Force. Served in North Africa, Guam, Hawaii, California, Texas, Georgia and Florida. Retired as Master Sergant.
Worked on the Berlin Airlift in 1948-1949.
Private audience with the Pope in 1957. While in Tripoli (Wheeler AFB) they flew the Bishop from North Africa to Rome and the Bishop invited all the crew members to meet the Pope (Pope Pius the 12th)

Uncle Joe's father was a farmer.

 
Joseph E La Plante
 
21 Krisitina is a cousin I started to correspond with in March 2011. Here email address is redz1314@yahoo.com . Her GG was RubyLee Watson, daugther of Sidney Watson. Kristina Lynn Lambert
 
22  Tabitha Sarah Jane McCarley
 
23 Her last name shown in Jeff Curd's death record.
 
Margaret Phillips
 
24 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
25 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
26 lived at:
703 N. Lemon
Anaheim CA
Stationed at Los Alamitos Naval Air Station from 1944-1945
 
Avalin Watson
 
27  Benjamin Watson
 
28 She was married to a serviceman killed during the WWII . They had a son, Dennis. She came out to CA to live with our Mom during the war and returned to San Antonio to open a beauty shop in her mother's home. This is where she met Uncle Joe.

 
Canara Watson
 
29  Isaac Watson
 
30 He lost land under the Seizure and Banishment Actbecause he was a Loyalist. He went to North Florida and was
included on a list of "refugees with theirNegroes, who came to the Province of E. Florida in consequence of the
evacuation of the province of Georgia".Britain still controlled this part of Florida. He was listed as 1 man, 1
woman and 4 children with 6 black men and 1 blackwoman on 18 June 1783. He went from there to Pendleton
County, South Carolina, along with his brotherThomas. He was a member of the Head of Enoree Church (Baptist).
In 1802 he was granted 1000 acres on Keowee inPendleton County, and 200 acres in Canebreaks of Pendleton in
April 1803.
Jacob Watson and Thomas Watson Sr are on a 1774list of residents of Wrightsborough, Georgia, protesting a resolution made by patriots in Savannahsupporting the Boston Tea Party.

From: http://www.flemingmultimedia.com/Genealogy/watsondesc.html
 
Jacob Watson, Sr
 
31 Birth date from Charlotte Watson Willis - Watson Family History

 
Sarah Mae Watson
 
32  Source: 1790 United States Federal Census
 
33  Source: 1800 United States Federal Census
 
34  Source: 1810 United States Federal Census
 
35  Source: 1820 United States Federal Census
 
36  Source: 1830 United States Federal Census
 
37  Source: 1840 United States Federal Census
 
38  Source: 1841 Scotland Census
 
39  Source: 1850 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules
 
40  Source: 1850 United States Federal Census
 
41  Source: 1851 Census of Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia
 
42  Source: 1860 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules
 
43  Source: 1860 United States Federal Census
 
44  Source: 1861 Census of Canada
 
45  Source: 1870 United States Federal Census
 
46  Source: 1871 Census of Canada
 
47  Source: 1880 United States Federal Census
 
48  Source: 1881 Census of Canada
 
49  Source: 1891 Census of Canada
 
50  Source: 1900 United States Federal Census
 

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