Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


Oscar Lamar WRAY

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Facts about this person:

Burial
Polk County, GA @Lime Branch Cemetery


Edna Zuma ABERNATHY

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Facts about this person:

Burial
Polk County, GA @Lime Branch Cemetery


Reuben BOURLAND

ancestry message board Bourland-Wilson /file


John WOODRUFF

will proven

alternate death: April 1, 1703 or May 25, 1691

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~martin/woodruff/d1.htm#c1279
Per Audrey Lee Woodruff's Notes:"John, the Younger, through a land dealer, was also 'land poor'. In his will proved 1 April 1703, he gives bequests to his wife, Hannah, and to his sons, Samuel, Joseph, Benjamin, Nathaniel, Isaac, and daughters,Sarah, Hannah, Abigail, and Elizabeth.

His oldest son, John, died before reaching maturity. To his son, Joseph, who emigrated to New Jersey, he gave 20 pounds." Aka: John the Younger


Nathaniel WOODRUFF

child: Samuel Woodruff