FAYETTE CO, GA (made in 1821 from Indian Lands, Henry)
lays next to=Fulton, Coweta, Clayton, Spalding Co's

BECKY'S PAGE = PEARSON/WARD/BURDETTE =Burke Co, NC?

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TAX LISTS =


1830 JOHN SELLARS, PAGE 191
185 2   Ward            William          1   1   2   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   1   1   .   .   1   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   1   .   .   .   .   .   1   1   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   12    .   .   .   .     .      .   .   .   .     .
185 3 Brazleton John . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 2 2 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . .
185 4 Heflin Wyatt 1 1 1 2 . . 1 . . . . . . 1 1 . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . 2 2 . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . . . . .
185 5 Sellars John . . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 . . . . . . . . . .
185 6 Robinson Wilie 2 2 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . . . . . . . . .
185 7 Gay Gilbert . . . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . 1 . . 1 . . . . 6 1 1 1 1 . 3 . 1 2 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 . . . . . . . . . .
NO PEARSONS
BURDETTE'S?
FROM
CHARMAINE
NOINTELLG@aol.com
The first census for the newly formed Fayette Co., GA was 1830.

I checked for Wards, Pearsons, Sellers.

p. 185 - line 2
William Ward  1 m 0 - 5, 1 m 5-10, 2 m 10 - 15, 1 m 30 - 40
                      1 f 0 - 5, 1 f 5 - 10, 1 f 20 - 30, 1 f 50 - 60
(if this is the William Ward who married Clarissa Pearson he had a large
family prior to the marriage.  He is the only Ward listed on the 1830 Fayette
Co., GA census)

p. 185 - line 5
John Sellars    1 m 20 - 30, 1 m 30 - 40, 1 m 60 - 70 (ca1760/70)
                      1 f 15 - 20
( an interesting household.  What is the possibility that this is Cain
Sellers brother John mentioned in the will? Wonder who the elder male is?)

p. 190 - line 6
Thomas P. Parsons    1 m 0 - 5, 1 m 10 - 15, 1 m 30 - 40
                                 2 f 0 - 5, 1 f 5 - 10, 2 f 10 -15, 1 f 20 -
30

p. 203 - line 10
Samuel P. Parsons     1 m 0 - 5, 1 m 30 - 40
                                 1 f 0 - 5, 1 f 20 - 30

p. 206 - line 14          
Samuel Parsons         1 m 15 - 20, 1 m 30 - 40, 1 m 70 - 80 (where 1820?msh)
                                 1 f 60 - 70

(This Samuel Parsons, according to Revolutionary records, was born 1762 in
VA., died 1832 in Fayette Co., GA.  Served as a PVT. VA. Cont. Line, fought
at the battle of Guilford Courthouse (NC).  Wife's name ANN.)

None of he females in these Parsons households appear to be the right age for
Uney.



FROM CHARMAINE

I found a posting by a Walter Ward - wward@cafes.net stating that a William
Ward married Clarissa Pearson 15 October 1835 Fayette Co., GA.  This was
posted on GAJASPER-L@rootsweb.com.  He was trying to determine if this was
the same William Ward who had married a Delila Peacock 7 May 1817 in Jasper
Co., GA.

He said William and Clarissa Ward moved to Randolph Co., AL. by the time of
the 1840 census.

The first census for the newly formed Fayette Co., GA was 1830.

I checked for Wards, Pearsons, Sellers.

p. 185 - line 2
William Ward  1 m 0 - 5, 1 m 5-10, 2 m 10 - 15, 1 m 30 - 40
                      1 f 0 - 5, 1 f 5 - 10, 1 f 20 - 30, 1 f 50 - 60
(if this is the William Ward who married Clarissa Pearson he had a large
family prior to the marriage.  He is the only Ward listed on the 1830 Fayette
Co., GA census)

p. 185 - line 5
John Sellars    1 m 20 - 30, 1 m 30 - 40, 1 m 60 - 70
                      1 f 15 - 20
( an interesting household.  What is the possibility that this is Cain
Sellers brother John mentioned in the will? Wonder who the elder male is?)

p. 190 - line 6
Thomas P. Parsons    1 m 0 - 5, 1 m 10 - 15, 1 m 30 - 40
                                 2 f 0 - 5, 1 f 5 - 10, 2 f 10 -15, 1 f 20 -
30

p. 203 - line 10
Samuel P. Parsons     1 m 0 - 5, 1 m 30 - 40
                                 1 f 0 - 5, 1 f 20 - 30

p. 206 - line 14          
Samuel Parsons         1 m 15 - 20, 1 m 30 - 40, 1 m 70 - 80
                                 1 f 60 - 70

(This Samuel Parsons, according to Revolutionary records, was born 1762 in
VA., died 1832 in Fayette Co., GA.  Served as a PVT. VA. Cont. Line, fought
at the battle of Guilford Courthouse (NC).  Wife's name ANN.)

None of he females in these Parsons households appear to be the right age for
Uney.

I am assuming Clarissa and her mother Uney didn't arrive in Fayette Co., GA.
until after 1830.  Where were they prior to the known marriage date of 1835
for Clarissa to William Ward?  Is John Sellars the brother of Uney and did
she move to Fayette Co., GA with her children after the death of her husband
to live with John Sellars?  Is this how Clarrisa met William Ward, with her
uncle living near the Wards.  Is William Ward, husband of Clarissa Pearson,
the son of the William Ward listed on the census in 1830, although from the
age range of the male children in the household a son would have been younger
than Clarissa a the time of marriage, although that wasn't uncommon in that
time period.  Or did William Ward become a widower and then marry Clarissa? 
Speculation and hopefully someone has some answers!

William Ward died prior to the 1850 Randolph Co., AL census. Was there a
will?  Estate settlement? 

I would have checked more censuses but ancestry.com kept giving me an error
message saying "can't download schema!" everytime I tried to view anymore
censuses.  To think I pay these people for this!

Charmaine




1840
NO PEARSONS

APRIL 30, 2003
FROM BECKY
This information came from the book, "Returns Of Administrations, & Guardians, Inventories, & Appraisals, 1827-1837.

On page 107 or (108) Book B, dated, Jan. 5, 1832, on the Estate of James Pate, deceased, returns for 1831 on notes received from the sale of personal property:

1 note on William Ward and Charles Pearson for $8.00.

On page 184-189, Book B. Nov. 6, 1832, the Estate Sale of William T. Wilson deceased, William Ward was shown three times: One on a note with J. Bentley, once shown on the book accounts, and once on the blacksmith account.  James Pearson, and Charles Pearson, were both listed in the Book accounts (p. 187.)  James S. Pearson and Charles Pearson were both listed in the Blacksmith account, (p. 189 & 190.)

The person that sent me this, said, they didn't know what it proved, but does show James S., and Charles Pearson were in the same area in 1832, and since William Ward and Charles Pearson were together on a note, feels sure there is a connection.

I know Charles, is my GGGGrandfather, husband to Eunice Sellers, and father to Clarissa Pearson Ward, wife of William Ward!

Becky


BECKY, thanks.
EVERY document is Very Important.
and this is Fayette Co, GA?
marie, iowa
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Yes, that is correct.  Fayette Co. Ga. it was!

Becky
email = ? need



The Will /estate of JOHN SELLERS,dec'd,
 Ishmael DUNN , Martha
W.SELLERS, Adm, 1/1847, 1851/1853 retns, Fayette, AB

Louisa SELLERS, orph of John , dec'd, Ishasel DUNN, gdn, Chris C. BOWEN, sur, 5/1849, 1850 retn, 

Judith SELLERS, dec'd , Minor W. BROWN issued L/A 9-3-1851, John E. BROWN, sec

1840 FAYETTE CO, GA CENSUS INDEX
NO BOWEN'S
BROWN, Alfred                             CAPT. NICKLAS DIST         225,
   BROWN, Mary Widow                         CAPT. SIMMONS DIST         217
   BROWN, Thomas                             CAPT. MOSLEYS DIST         228
   BROWN, William                            CAPT. HARDMANS DIS         212

NO DUNN'S

SELLERS, John                           CAPT. SIMMONS DIST           230
WEST, Allen                             CAPT. MATHEWS DIST #         219
   WEST, Briton                            CAPT. MATHEWS DIST #         219
   WEST, Isham                             CAPT. MATHEWS DIST #         219
   WEST, James                             CAPT. MATHEWS DIST           218
   WEST, Joseph                            CAPT. MATHEWS DIST           218
   WEST, S. d.                             CAPT. MOSLEYS DIST           228
   WEST, Windom                            CAPT. MATHEWS DIST           219



1850 FAYETTE CO, GA CENSUS=
NO SELLERS
C.C. BOWEN, PAGE 66, T29TH DIST =
C C Bowen District 29, Fayette, GA abt 1826 Georgia
Louizar Bowen District 29, Fayette, GA abt 1830 Georgia

ALEXANDER DUNN, PAGE 17, T29TH
Alexander Dunn District 29, Fayette, GA abt 1822 North Carolina
ISHMAEL DUNN, PAGE 66 , T29TH
Ishmael Dunn District 29, Fayette, GA abt 1798 Georgia

JOHN O. BROWN, PAGE 57, T29TH
WILLIAM BROWN, PAGE 18, T29TH
WILLIAM BROWN, PAGE 48, T29TH
WASHINGTON BROWN, PAGE 35, T29TH



L. W. SELLERS/CHRISTOPHER BOWEN/MAY 16, 1850
STEPHEN BOWEN/TEMPERANCE KELLY/SEPT 18, 1828
JOHN DUNN/RACHAEL EDWARDS/DEC 4, 1824
JOHN DUN/PATSEY LAMBERT/OCT 8, 1824
NO MALE SELLERS

CIVIL WAR
Company H, 30th Georgia Infantry
Fayette County Georgia

John Sellers

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   From:
        "D. W. Byrd" <dwbyrd@usa.net>

War of 1812 Pension Index
Soldier Dunn, Ishmael
Widow Dunn, Martha W.
Service Pvt. Capt S. Mann's Co. Ga. Mil
Enlisted Oct 12, 1814
Discharged Mch 17, 1815
Bounty Land 29596-80-'50
5359-80-'55
Wid. Orig 38258
Wid Ctf 28178
Residence of Soldier 1851 Fayette Co. GA
1855 Spalding Co. GA
Residence of Widow 1879, 1880 Spalding Co, (P.O. Griffin) GA
Maiden Name of Widow Martha W. Sellers
Soldiers first Wife Lucy Talifaro
Marriage of Soldier and Widow May 12, 1847 Fayette Co. GA
Death of Soldier Dec 21, 1859 Spalding co. GA
Death of Widow Dec 28 1885 Spalding Co. GA



REV WAR OF DUPLIN/SAMPSON CO, NC
JAMES WEST/BLADEN CO/SAMPSON CO, NC
1765 LAND ON little cohera,
SOLD 1772
1773 LAND E.S. GREAT COHORT
1783 DUPLIN CO, NC TAX LIST
1784 SAMPSON CO, NC TAX LIST
SON WILLIS BORN 1755 BLADEN CO, NC
MARRIED
1. SARAH GAINEY
2. SYLVIA HARMON
1830 TO FAYETTE CO, GA. WILLIS DIED .
1860 ARKANSAS with dau URSULA STACKS
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