I am researching family going back to the early 1800's in Henry & Spalding Counties, Georgia (and even earlier). States of note are Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia. If you find something of interest here, or if you find any long-lost relatives here, please let me know. Also, be sure to check back... these pages are continuously under revision. **DISCLAIMER! - As with most genealogical work, this work includes the elements of time, partial records, and human imperfections. Errors are always possible, so please do not take all of these findings, especially those older than 100 years, as absolute truth. Where possible, I will list sources for my information, and would welcome any questions, corrections, and suggestions you might have.

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One Generation back my surnames are....

COLEMAN
My dad was David Harper Coleman (1929-1977), son of Walter Coleman (1905-1963). Walter was the son of Walter Phlem Coleman (1869-1933). Walter Phlem Coleman was the son of John M. C. Coleman (1827-1884), and John was the son of James Coleman (c. 1800-?).                         
HARRIS
My mother's father was James Walter Harris (1891-1948), son of William Taylor Harris (1847-1900). William was a son of Benjamin E. Harris (1803-1859), who was a son of Wilmot Egerton Harris (1769-?). Wilmot was a son of Charles Harris (c. 1716-1786), and Charles was a son of Robert Harris (1674-1740). Click on the Harris name above for more information.



Two Generations back my additional surnames are....

STARR

My dad's mother was Rubye Florence Starr (1911-2004), daughter of Wilson Madison Starr (1880-1944). Wilson was a son of Milton B. Starr (1856-1910), and Milton was a son of Hilliard M. Starr (1814-1877). Hilliard was a son of Benjamin Franklin Starr (1785-1851), who was a son of Henry Starr (c. 1752-1818).


My Grandfather, Walter Coleman (1905-1963) was a son of Walter Phlem Coleman (1869-1933), who was a son of Sarah Wingfield Ogletree (1840-1918). Sarah was a daughter of Martha Ann Starr (1822-1849), who was a daughter of Benjamin Franklin Starr (1785-1851). Benjamin was a son of Henry Starr (c. 1752-1818).
CURRIE/CURRY
My mother's mother was Arvella Curry (1902-1995), daughter of Milledge Emory Bonam Currie (1861-1937). Milledge was a son of William Belton Currie (1815-1884), who was a son of William Currie (c. 1780-?).



Three Generations back my additional surnames are....

HAMMOND
My Grandfather, Walter Coleman (1905-1963) was a son of Mary Elizabeth Hammond (1870-1948), who was a daughter of Charles Milas Hammond (1849-1922). Charles was a son of Samuel J. Hammond (1822-1900), who was a son of Charles Hammond (1793-1888). Charles was a son of Joshua Hammond (1757-1853), who was a son of John Hammond (1721/22-1781). John's father was also named John Hammond (1685-1764), and John is believed to have been the son of Job Hammond (born about 1646).
JONES (paternal)
My Grandmother, Rubye Florence Starr (1911-2004), was a daughter of Edna Jones (1886-1957), who was a daughter of William Harrison Jones (1843-1923). William was a son of Wiley Payton Jones (1807-1859), who was a son of Thomas F. Jones (1775-1856).

JONES (maternal)
My Grandfather,James Walter Harris (1891-1948), was a son of Martha Frances Jones (1850-1927), who was a daughter of William Riley Jones (1807-1869). William was a son of Isaac Aaron Jones (1783-1821), who was a son of Aaron Jones (1751-1784).
PHILLIPS
My Grandmother, Arvella Curry, was a daughter of Mary Ardella Phillips (1873-1934), who was a daughter of Elijah Phillips (1841-1901). Elijah's father was also Elijah Phillips (1796-1871), and he was a son of James R. Phillips (?-abt. 1831).

Four Generations back my additional surnames are....
Ogletree, Crawley, Moore, Cooper, Pyron, Allen, Glymph, Cambron
Five Generations back my additional surnames are....
Murdock, Rodgers, Doss, Peebles, Fry, Morris, Johnson, Clayton, Hester, Quattlebaum
Six Generations my additional surnames are....
Gray, Pinkston, Martin, Harrell, Henderson, Moseley, Egerton, Powell, Willingham, Browning, McDuffy

HENDERSON
This line goes way back to George Henderson, born abt. 1480. It culminates with Elizabeth Betsey Henderson (1802-1878), who married Hiram Moore (1800-1870), Their son was Henry Madison Moore (1833-1890), who married Elizabeth Caroline Peebles (1838-1905). Their daughter was Beulah Elizabeth Moore, who married Milton B. Starr.
MOSELEY
My Moseley line goes back to Robert Moseley (1730-1808). Robert and his wife, Sarah Turpin, had a son named Elijah Moseley (1767-1822), who married Ann Buckley. Elijah and Ann had a son, William M. Moseley (1796-1865), who was a well known Baptist minister and Georgia State legislator from the Henry County area of Georgia. William was also an outspoken champion of the Confederacy. William and his wife, Ruth Bertha Brooks (1793-1874), were the parents of Mary Hunter Moseley (my GGGG Grandmother), mentioned above in the Peebles section.
BROOKS
My Brooks line traces back to John Brooks (abt. 1690-abt. 1766). This John had a son also named John Brooks, who had a son named Micajah Brooks (1761-1862). Note here that Micajah apparently, according to the sources, lived to the ripe old age of 101 years (nearly). Micajah and his wife, Mary Hunter (1761-1838), were the parents of Ruth Bertha Brooks (my GGGGG Grandmother).

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NEW! Ogletree Bible Record Images

Below are links to 4 scans of a Bible record of particular interest to those researching the children of Absalom Ogletree (1778-1846). Note, since these are scans of photocopies, which are themselves copies of poor originals, the scans are large files and may take a bit of time to download.
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ęDaryl K. Coleman
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