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Coweta County Chronicles

COWETA COUNTY CHRONICLES

FOR ONE HUNDRED YEARS

WITH

An Account of the Indians from Whom theLand was Acquired

ANDSome Historical Papers Relating to its Acquisitionby Georgia, with Lineage Pages.

EDITED AND COMPILED BY

MARY G. JONES AND LILY REYNOLDS

FOR

SARAH DICKINSON CHAPTER

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

OF NEWNAN, GEORGIA

THE STEIN PRINTING COMPANYATLANTA, GA.

1928.

This book written in 1928 has 860 pages including a new 44 page index.

Table of Contents: .

CHAPTER I.

Coweta and the Coweta Indians. Their Ways, Manners and Ideas.

CHAPTER II. .

McGillivray's Appeals. Georgia Cedes Territory to the United States. Appeals of the Creek Chiefs. Letters from Duncan G. Campbell and James Merriwether. Speech of Hop-o-ith-le-yo-ho-lo. Letters from Governor Troup and William McIntosh. Lamar's Talk to the Indians. The Killing of McIntosh. Military Orders. A Last Appeal from the Indians to the Legislature. .

CHAPTER III. .

Miscellaneous Paragraphs: The Indians On their Way to the West. A Portrait of General McIntosh. Croesy McIntosh. The Coweta Lands. .

CHAPTER IV.

Of the Pioneers.

CHAPTER V.

Presidential Campaigns. Census Report. Baptist Church Minutes. No Taxes Paid in 1840. A Deed to a Cow. Schools. Obituary of Randle Robinson.Alexander H. Stephens and Walter T. Colquitt Debate. Stage Coaches.M. P. Kellogg. The Atlanta & West Point Railroad Started.

CHAPTER VI.

THE PROSPEROUS YEARS.

The Fire-Eating Campaign. Reverend Robert Fleming. The Building of College Temple. Town Business. The Georgia Banner. "Hiding out" by the Slaves. Rules for the Treatment of Slaves. Later Fortunes of theCreek Indians.

CHAPTER VII.

The Prosperous Period, Continued.

CHAPTER VIII.

Early History of Senoia Told by Mrs. Alice Baggerly Fall. 1861. Coweta's Delegates to the Secession Convention. Newnan Guards the First Company in the State to Volunteer. College Temple Seniors' Address when Presenting a Flag to the Newnan Gurads. "The Fly Leaf," a College Temple Publication, and Its Makeup. Some Quotations from the "Georgia Banner and Sentinel." A letter Written by W. G. Camp Immediately After the First Battle of Manassas. A War time Wedding.

CHAPTER IX.

Record of Service of Coweta County Men in the ConfederateArmy. Part of Chapter V, "Newnan, Georgia," from "Memories," by Fannie A. Beers. "An Account of the Battle of Brown's Mill." 1861

CHAPTER X.

The Battle of Brown's Mill. General Shoup's Summary. Report of General Ross. Reports by General McCook, Major Briggs, Colonel Brownlow, Colonel Croxton, General Sherman's Messages. From General Hood. General Wheeler's Report.

CHAPTER XI

From the Southern Literary Messenger. Emmett Ray's War. Time Wedding. General Wheeler's Letter of Farewell to His Men. A Bit of History Told by Mrs. Betty Dickinson Simms. Some Slaves in War-Time. Church Customs Regarding the Slaves. Relations of the Races. The Spirit of the Returned Soldiers. Captain Sloan of the U. S. Army Post at Newnan. Amusing Episodes. The Newnan Herald Appears. Deaths. Memorial Service. Pardons. Schools. Newnan as Seen by the Correspondent of a Boston Paper.

CHAPTER XII.

A Tragedy Causes the Curetons to Return to Coweta. The County's Part of the Cost of the War. Memorial Day First Observed. Persons. Fashions. Changes. The Freedmen. Destitution. Summer Visitors. Wilcoxon Manufacturing Company. Building the McDowell House. Jones Chapel. Reverend J. H. Hall's Romance.

CHAPTER XIII.

From the "Herald." Railroads. Memorial Services for General R. E. Lee. Republicans Elect a Negro Representative. The Drink Nuisance. The First Skating Rink. County Papers, Good Templars. Early Days of Senoia. From the "Herald" of September 9. Manufacturing in the County. Refuting the Charge that Southerners Are Lazy. Grantville's Histrionics. Opposition to Public Schools. Fighting. Bad Roads. Census Gives Georgia a Fine Showing. A Killing. Panic. Newnan Guards Reorganized. Dr. Abner W. Calhoun Returned after Studying in Europe.

CHAPTER XIV.

Death of Major Wooten. Temperance in Congress. The Brinkley Murder. Small-Pox. Elisha Cureton Starts in Business. Corner-Stone of the Methodist Church Laid. Spelling Bees. Grantville. A Negro Company of Entertainers. A Prohibition Election. Crops of 1875. Hard Times. The Y. M. C. A. Newnan Out of Debt. The Newnan Guards. Professor Kellogg to the Alumnae of College Temple. The "New Departure." A Horse Race.Senoia.

CHAPTER XV.

Entertainments. The Christian Church Meeting. Jury Lists. Uncle Billy Hindsman. Longevity in Coweta. Crimes. Farmers' Ills. Judge Hugh Buchanan. Prolific Cotton. Reverend R. E. Pitman. Protracted Meetings. Bountiful Fare. Terracing. Excursions. From Ripples. Improved Stock. No-Fences. Mrs. Blandner's Concert. Turin. Sharpsburg. Puckett Station.

CHAPTER XVI.

County Medical Association. Lawlessness. Town Prohibition. Much Building. County Towns. Business Changes. Churches. Schools. Freshets. Shows. Revivals. Uncle Billy Taylor's Family. Fine Stock. Andrew Berry's Death. Noteworthy Negroes. Newnan Schools. Efforts for Local Option. Farming Notes. Prices Current. Senoia. Grantville. Jacob Attaway of Cedar Creek and His Cotton. Lang Moore.

CHAPTER XVII.

A Leap-Year Party. A Tornado. Cotton Oil Mill. Walking Matches. Adversity of the Country Schools. Excellence of the Town Schools. Laying of the Cornerstone of the Newman Baptist Church. Newnan Male Seminary. The Library Association. Longevity in the County. A Grand Jury of Christians. Pastors of Various Churches. Many Deaths. Methodist Church Dedicated. Confederate Monument.

CHAPTER XVIII.

The Death of William U. Anderson. Dr. G. E. Camp Starts Fruit-Growing in the County. Processioning. Floods. Visit of President Jefferson Davis. Noteworthy Crop-Growers.Judge Featheston's Death. Roscoe. Sharpsburg. Puckett Station. Young J. Allen. Public Schools in Newnan. "Herald" and "Advertiser" Consolidated. Worthy Negroes. College Temple Closed.

CHAPTER XIX.

Baptists of Holly Springs Buy Mount Zion. Reverend J. G. Fry. Prohibition. Old Soldiers' Day. Supplies Shipped to Senoia. Mrs. Matilda Benton. Two Corner-Stones. More-land. Mrs. Woodrooff's Reception. Vacation Pastimes. Public School Graduates, and Report. Death of Dr. Kellogg. On the Death of Judge Powell.

CHAPTER XX.

Mild Winter and Grip. Captain Ray Gives a Park to Newnan Revivals. Convention of Negroes. Clubs. Picnics. Death of Dan Swint. Board of Trade Organized. Telephone toAtlanta. In Honor of Judge Hugh Buchanan and His Servant Daniel. Dwindling Land Ownership. Horse Races. Arnall Family Reunion. Death of P. O. Collinsworth. Newnan Amateurs Entertain. Newnan Guards Old and Young. Liquor Troubles. Powellville Barbecue. The Stock Law.

CHAPTER XXI.

Fires at Senoia. Samuel Freeman's Death. Bermuda Stock Farm. Druggists' Sales of Liquor. Different Districts. Turin Notes. Evils of Absentee Landlords. Senoia. CottonAcreage Reduction. Newnan Guards at Chicamauga. Diversions. Improvements. Crimes. Various Items. Verses. Senoia's New School. A Heavy Snow and Hunting. Mills Chapel. Newnan Enterprises. Mrs. Celeste Dewell Reese. The Soldiers' Graves Marked. Methods of Working the Roads Changed. Fires in Newnan.

CHAPTER XXII.

Cotton Brings Only Five Cents. Grapes and Peaches to the Rescue. Memorial Day. James Rainwater. Revivals. Wahoo String Band. Peas Patch for White Oak Church. Grantville's Distinguished Guests. A Liquor Law. Death of Wiley Argo. Coweta at the Exposition. 'Possum Suppers. Miscellany. Cold Weather. Dramatics. Schools. Clubs. Dr. Stacy. Alonzo Leigh and Mike Camp, Good Farmers. Refugees. Death of Dr. J. T. Reese. Churches.

CHAPTER XXIII.

Captain H. M. Law, Conductor. Distinguished Visitors. J. C. Woodward, Superintendent of Newnan Schools. Education in Georgia. Newnan Entertains the Weekly Press Association. Road Improvement. The Corner-Stone of the Central Baptist Church. Coweta's Fight on Liquor. Grantville. Senoia. Powelville. Sam Hose. Mob. Soldiers' Reunion. Prices. Death of W. Y. Atkinson. The Loss of Other Esteemed Citizens. Letter of Travel. Poem.

CHAPTER XXIV.

Death of George Broom. Cotton Low. Cold Weather. Railroads. Give Newnan a Park. Various Items. Death of Ripples. Coweta County a Source of Supply for Capable officials. Sharpsburg. County Rae Lowe Sponcler. Newnan Debaters Win. W. C. T. U. Organized. Tranquil Church. Dr. Stacy Resigns. R. D. Cole Company. Colored Aid Society. Assembly for Four States. Dr. Willis Jones Honored. Death of P. A. Hemdon. Grantville Bank. Roads. Towns. Kelley Riley and Family. First R. F. D. Charles L.,Thompson. Rachel Cotter.

CHAPTER XXVI.

Atlanta Presbytery in Newnan. Death of Reverend W. P. Bryant. Missionary Lecturers. Handy. Road Tax. Haralson. C. O'N. Martindale. New Clubs. A Faithful Negro. County Out of Debt. Mrs. Adaline Robinson and Her Offspring. The A. B. & A. Railroad. First Train to Columbus. Deaths. Anti-Auto League. Captain Zach Martin. A Colored Industrial School. Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. Anti-Saloon Leagues. Freight Rates Cause Hauling Cotton to Newnan.

CHAPTER XXVII.

Picking and Planting Cotton Simultaneously. Brown's Mill Battlefield Marked. Daniel Walker. Mary Ray Memorial School. Raymond. Deaths-J. F. Sponcler, Sol Haas, HenryAbner Camp, Captain H. A. North. Prize Winning Cowetans. Bad Land Owners. J. O. U. A. M. Give a Flag. R. D. Cole. Mrs. Havis resigns. Death of Dr. A. W. Calhoun.

CHAPTER XXVIII

Walker Glenn Camp. A Loving Cup to Mrs. Hardaway. Deaths. Various Items. St. Philip's Lutheran Church Organized. Captain John D. Ray. A. W. N. Wilson. The New Jail. Dr. James Stacy. Mrs. Elizabeth Summers. Peter Francisco Smith. Mount Vernon Baptist Church. James E. Brown and the Herald. Cowetans Honored. From "A Traveling Contributor." Senoia Loses Drs. F. M. Brantley and B. F. Hodnett. A Record of the First Baptist Church. The D. A. R. and the U. D. C. Erect Markers. The Newnan Club of Atlanta. John Lundie Bailey. Mrs. Rebecca Burch Hunter.

CHAPTER XXIX.

Deaths of Mrs. Leigh, Dr. Peddy, Dr. McGee, and Honorable C. L. Moses. Verses. Mrs. Marie Robinson Wright. Many Items. Corn Club Winners. Georgia Products Dinner.Preacher Rees. Dr. J. B. S. Davis. T. M. Goodrum's Services. Captain Zellars. Snow. Students Laurels. The Newnan Club Pavilion. Newnan Ball Team Wins. Mrs. Martha Brown. John Dunbar. St. Philip's Lutheran Church Dedicated. P. B. Murphy. J. P.Shackleford. Coweta Chamber of Commerce. U. D. C. Protest. Mrs. Mary Buchanan.

CHAPTER XXX.

The Newnan Herald and Advertiser, and Newnan News. Philip Simms Honored. Basil Smith. Eradicating Hookworm. A Country Club. The County Club. W. L. Sticker's Gift.Charles Astin's Songs. Newnan Entertains State J. 0. U. A. M. Two Big Families. Mrs. Elizabeth Worthen. Mrs. Rebecca Lester. Honorable M. H. Couch. Garland M. Jones. A. T. Melson. Jack Naber's World Record. Judge Powell. Grantville. McCollum. Dr. Thomas J. Jones. Strides in Farming. Fred Hunter. Lavender R. Ray. Billy McBride'sNotes. Mrs. Martha Martin. Judge Freeman. Coweta Youth. Mrs. Woodrooff. ManyNotes. J. A. Hunter. Reverend L. P. Winter.

CHAPTER XXXI.

J. W. T. Gibson. School Improvements. Major J. P. Brewster. H. S. Rees at Macedonia. Boulder to General McIntosh. Mrs. Julia Lundy. Red Cross Work. Wartime Services ofMany. I. N. Orr. Corn. Walker Carpenter. Prosperity. First Selectmen. A Memory of 1861. Verses. Colored Citizens Have a Mass Meeting. Mrs. Sarah Towns. Corn Yields. Report of B. M. Drake, County Agent. Judge Alvin Freeman. Dr. Thomas P. Goodwyn.

CHAPTER XXXII.

Guests of Honor. War Activities. District School Meet. Verses of War Experiences. A County Service Flag. Heroes. A Parents Parade. Home Demonstration Agent's Report. "The Service Flag." Volunteer Nurses. P. F. Cuttino. Mrs. M. J. Nimmons. Mrs. Mary L. Moses. John F. Hendrix. Mrs. Isora B. Hardaway. Miss Annie Anderson. Overseas Opportunities and Honors. A Cowetan the First Woman Graduate of the State University. Victory Loan. Grandma Summers. Women's War Work. Alvin Hugh Harris. "To Albert Swygert." Deaths.

CHAPTER XXXIII.

Coweta Banks. Prizes. Mrs. Elizabeth Summers. Memorial Day Honors to Coweta's World War Dead. Honorable W. C. Wright. Alvan H. Freeman. Esquire. Many Deaths. James K. Polk, Fine Farmer. The Herald Celebrates. Girls' Dormitory. Negro Farmers and Teachers. A Woman Orator. Newnan Minstrels. Mrs. Leigh's Exhibit.

CHAPTER XXXIV.

Rachel Mason and Chaney Allen. Reverend William Jasper Cotter. Farmers' Problems. Women on the State Executive Committee. Deaths. Boy Scouts. Dr. L. S. Young. R.A. T. Basic Elements of Coweta County. County Geology.

CHAPTER XXXV.

Paul M. Counts' Letter. Memories of 1861. John McWaters. Mrs. Kempson and Mrs. Brannon. John Henry Meacham. A Popular Tree of the County. Mrs. Atkinson. DrainageInjustice. Deaths. Coweta Boll-Weevil Remedy. Honors and Prizes of the Schools. Emily Glover Robinson. General Coxes. Honorable Berryman Thompson.

CHAPTER XXXVI.

Idle Lands Because of Labor Migrations. Effects of Credit and Tenancy. Denmark's Prosperity. Newnan Choir Broadcasts Music. Farmer Potts and Son Lamar. Aubrey Copeland. Prize-Winning Students. The Olive Berry Lee Chimes. Uncle Pat Carmical. The County Agricultural Association and its Services. Crops. Deaths.

CHAPTER XXXVII.

Ye Olde Tyme Minstrels. Judge William A. Post. Newnan Hospital. Successful Students from Newnan. P. J. Brewster. Esquire. Newnan Kiwanis Club. Western Baptist Association. At Macedonia. Presbytery of Atlanta in Newnan. Parrott Home Burned.Reverand J. A. Sewell. Court Cases. Mrs. Gray. Dr. James W. Taylor.

CHAPTER XXXVIII.

In Memory of Charles L. Thompson. Many Deaths. Cowetas Float at Fort Valley. Food. Fashion, and Baby Show. Sewell's Mill Bridge. High School Victories. Crops Inspection Tour. Robert Orr Legacy. Thomas Edward Zellars Tablet at the Naval Academy. Newnan Bonds. McIntosh Mills. The Boy Scouts. H. S. Banta, President. Presbyterian ChurchDedicated. A Haralson Warehouse. The Parrott Home. Deaths. Sarah Dickinson ChapterD. A. R. Markers. Harry C. Fisher. Congressman W. C. Wright. "Sons of Rest.' Mrs. Sarah. Cornerstone of Methodist Church.

CHAPTER XXXIX.

The Southern Telegraph and Railway Accounting Institute. A. R. P. Church. Kersey & Prather. The Newnan Commercial School. Hugh Murphy's Rye Letters. Mercer Dramatic Club. Joe Hollis's Burglar. Great Enterprises of 1927. County Schools and Superintendent J. M. Starr. Camp Lorene at Raymond. County Agent DeF. Hungerford's Account of Coweta Farming. Deaths. "The Price." Charles Astin. P-T. Associations. The Progressive Brothers and Sisters of Light. Sarah Fisher Brown. B. F. Pickett andHis Pupils. The Wynn Barbecue.

CHAPTER XL.

Clarence Wilson, Hero. Newnan Water and Light. Newnan W. C. T. U. Tracing the McIntosh Trail. Indian Trails, Records. Changes in the County Boundaries. Legislation Concerning the County. Central of Georgia History. W. B. Berry's Account of theAtlanta & West Point Railroad. The Virginia House. Annie Powell, Artist. Addition toNewnan Herald History. County Inventors. Books Written by Cowetans and PublicationsAbout Coweta County.

COWETA COUNTY'S MARRIAGES

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Index:

Abbot, Abbott, Abenathy, Abercrombie, Abernathy, Abraham, Abrahams, Abrams, Adair, Adams, Adamson, Adcock, Add, Addams, Addy, Adkinson, Ahlyhucky, Aiken, Aikens, Aikin, Ainsworth, Akens, Albert, Albright, Alexander, Alford, Allen, Alston, Alton, Amis, Amos, Anders, Anderson, Andre, Andrews, Angier, Angle, Ansley, Anthony, Appleton, Archer, Argo, Argoe, Armistead, Armor, Arnall, ARNOLD, Arrington, Arthur, Asbury, Ashby, Ashcraft, Askew, Asten, Astin, Atchenson, Atcherson, Atchinson, Atkerson, Atkinson, Atkinsons, Attaway, Au, Aubickah, Austin, Avent, Avery, Awtrey, Ayers, Ayres, Babb, Baccus, Baggarly, Baggerly, Baggett, Bagley, Bailes, Bailey, Baileys, Baily, Baird, Baker, Baldwin, Baldy, Bales, Ball, Ballard, BANKS, Bankston, Banner, Banta, Barber, Barge, Barker, Barnes, Barnett, Barnette, Barratt, Barrentine, Barrett, Barron, Barrow, Barry, Barrys, Bartlett, Barton, Baruch, Bass, Basse, Batson, Baughan, Baxter, Beach, Beadier, Beadles, Beam, Bean, Beard, Beasley, Beavers, Beck, Beckham, Beckwith, Bedenbaugh, Bedenbaughs, Beers, Belcher, Belk, Bell, Bellah, Bellamy, Bellar, Beller, Bemiss, Benedict, Bennett, Benson, Benton, Berry, Bert, Bevil, Bevis, Bexley, Bibb, Biddle, Bigby, Bigelow, Bigham, Bilbo, Bingham, Bird, Birmingham, Black, Blackburn, Blackiston, Blackmar, Blair, Blake, Blalock, Bland, Blandner, Blanks, Blare, Bledso, Bledsoe, Bob, Boddie, Boggers, Boggs, Bohannon, Boifeuillet, Boisseau, Bolton, Bond, Bonner, Boon, Boone, Boozer, Borden, Borders, Boring, Bowen, Bower, Bowers, Bowie, Bowles, Bowmen, Boyd, Boyet, Boykin, Boynton, Braden, Bradenburg, Bradley, Bradway, Brady, Bragg, Branan, Branch, Brandenburg, Brannon, Brannons, Branson, Brantley, Brantly, Braswell, Brazell, Brewer, Brewster, Briant, Bridges, Briggs, Brigman, Brimer, Brinkley, Brinsfield, Briscoe, Bristow, Brittain, Britton, Broadnax, Broadwater, Brobson, Brock, Brooker, Brooking, Brooks, Broom, Broughton, Brower, Brown, Browne, Brownlow, Browns, Broyles, Bruce, Bryan, Bryant, Brysons, Buchan, Buchanan, Buck, Buffington, Bull, Bullard, Bullock, Bunn, Bunser, Burch, Burckhardt, Burdett, Burdette, Burges, Burgess, Burks, Burnes, Burns, Burpee, Burroughs, Burrows, Burt, Burton, Bush, Butler, Butt, Byram, Byrd, Cabiness, Caldwell, Calhoun, Call, Callahan, Callaway, Calloway, Cameron, Camp, CAMPBELL, Campell, Candler, Cannady, Cannon, Canton, Capers, Caraway, Carey, Carimcal, Carlton, ix, Carmachael, Carmical, Carmichael, Carmichaels, Carmichal, Carpenter, Carr, Carrington, Carroll, Carsen, Carson, Carter, Carver, Cary, Cash, Castleberry, Caswell, Cates, Cathcart, Catlin, Causey, Cavender, Chalners, Chamberlain, Chamberlin, Chambers, Chambless, Champ, Chandler, Chapman, Charmichael, Chase, Chastain, Chawgle Mico, Cheak, Cheatham, Cheek, Chestnut, Chew, Childers, Childs, Chili, Chilton, Christopher, Clark, Clarke, Clarkson, Clay, Clayton, Cleghorn, Clement, Clements, Clemmons, Cleveland, Clinton, Clower, Clybrook, Cobb, Cobbe, Cochran, Cock, Cockerell, Cockrell, Coggin, Coggins, Cohen, Colbert, COLE, Coleman, Colen, Coles, Coley, Colley, Colleys, Collingsworth, Collins, Collinsworth, Colquitt, Colyer, Combs, Conder, Condors, Cone, Congleton, Conley, Connel, Connell, Converse, Conway, Conyers, Cook,Cooke, Cooks, Cooley, Cooly, Cooper, Copeland, Coppage, Coppedge, Corbin, Corley, Corly, Corney, Cossey, Costello, Costley, Costly, Cotter, Cotton, Couch, Couchs, Counts, Cousins, Covington, Cowan, Cowden, Cox, Coxey, Craig, Cram, Cramer, Crane, Cranford, Craven, Crawford, Crawley, Crider, Cristopher, Croesy, Croft, Cronheim, Cross, Crotzer, Crowder, Crowell, Croxton, Cruce, Cruse, Culberson, Cullins, Cullum, Culp, Culpepper, Cummings, Cunell, Cunningham, Cup, Cupp, Cureton, Curry, Curtis, Cussetas, Cuthburt, CUTTINO, Cutts, Dabney, Dalton, Dance, Dandridge, Danforth, Daniel, Daniels, Darden, Davenport, David, Davies, Davis, Dawkins, Dawson, de Graffenreid, Dean, Decatur, Deen, DeGraffenreid, DeLacy, Delaney, DeLeon, Delk, DeLoach, Dempsey, Dene, Dennis, Denson, Dent, viii, DePasse, DePosse, Deracken, Deriso, Derouson, Derry, Desmukes, Deupree, Devaney, Devine, Devlin, Dew, Dews, Dial, Dickard, Dickenson, Dicker, Dickinson, Dickson, Dilk, Dillen, Dillon, Dismuke, Divine, Dixon, Dodd, Dodds, Domineck, Dominick, Dominicks, Donaldson, Donalson, Doris, Dorsey, Doster, Dougherty, Dowdell, Downing, Downs, Dozier, Drake, Drane, Draper, Drayton, Drennan, Drewry, Driskill, DuBose, Dudley, Duffee, Duke, Dukes, Dumas, Dunbar, Duncan, Duncin, Dunkin, Dunlap, Dunmore, DUNN, Dunston, Dupin, Dupree, Durden, Duval, Dyal, Dyer, Dykes, Dyson, Eady, Earheart, Easler, Easley, Eason, East, Easterling, Easterwood, Ebbert, Echols, Eckles, Eckless, Eddins, Eddy, Eddys, Edge, Edgel, Edmonds, Edmondson, Edmonson, Edmonston, Edmundson, Edward, Edwards, Egmont, Elbert, Elder, Elder,, Elliott, Ellis, Ellison, Elmore, Elway, Emarlo, Emben, Emery, Eming, Emlin, Endsley, Endsleys, England, English, Eppes, Epps, Ericson, Ernest, Espy, Estell, Estes, Eubank, Eubanks, Evans, Ewell, Ezzard, Fain, Fairy, Fall, Falvey, Fambro, Fambrough, Fanning, FARMER, Farrar, Faulkner, Faver, FEARS, Featherston, Featherstone, FEEMSTER, Felder, Felker, Fell, Felton, Ferguson, Ferroby, Ficklin, Field, Fielding, Fields, Figg, Filmore, Fincher, Fink, Finley, FISHER, Fitspatrick, Fitts, Fitz, Fitzpatrick, Fivash, Flanagan, Flanery, Flanigan, Flapper, Fleming, Flemming, Fletcher, Flin, Flood, Flowers, Floyd, Flurrey, Flynt, Fombees, Fomby, Foote, Ford, Fort, Forth, Fortner, Fortson, Foss, Foster, Fouse, Fowler,Fox, Frazier, Fredelle, Free, Freeman, Frey, Fry, Fulcham, Fuller, Fullerlove, Fulliove, Fullmore, Fulmer, Fulwood, Funkhouser, Furgerson, Furlow, Gaar, Gable, Gaertner, Gaines, Gallacher, Gallatin, Galloway, Galoway, Gamage, Gamble, Gamel, Gamson, Ganison, Gardner, Garland, Garmany, Garner, Garrard, Garrett, Garrick, Garrison, Gary, Gatling, Gay, Gearreld, Genovar, Gentry, George, Germaine, Gerreld, Gibb, Gibbs, Gibson, Giersch, Gifford, Gilbert, Giles, Gillcoat, Gilliam, Girardeau, Glanton, Glass, Glazier, Glen, Glenn, Glessner, Glover, Glower, Godace, Goddice, Godwin, Goforth, Goldsmith, Golightly, Golucke, Goode, Goodrich, Goodrum,Goodrurn, Goodwin, Goodwins, Goodwyn Goolsby, Goram, Gordon, Gore, Gorham, Gorman, Gorum, Grace, Grady, Graham, Granberry, Grant, Graves, Gray, Grays, Grayson, Green, Greene, Greenwood, Greer, Gregg, Gregory, Gresham, Grice, Grier, Grierson, Griffin, Griffins, Griffith, Griggs, Grimes, Grisel, Griswold, Grogan, Groover, Groves, Guddice, Gun Boy, Gunnels, Gupton, Gurley, Guthren, Guttery, Guy, Gwinnett, Haas, Hackney, Hagan, Haijo, Haines, Hairston, Haisten, Haisty, Hajo, Hale, Hales, Hall, Halleck, Ham, Hamilton, Hammock, Hammond, Hamp, Hamrick, Hance, Hancock, Hand, Handley, Hanes, Haney, Hanleiter, Hannah, Hannock, Hanson, Hanvey, Hapgood, Haralson, Harber, Hardaway, Hardeman, Harden, Hardigree, Hardin, Harding, Hardy, Hargrove, Harkins, Harlan, Harlen, Harlow, Harp, Harper, Harrington, Harris, Harrises, Harrision, Harrison, Harrold, Hart, Hartsfield, Harvard, Harvey, Hasly, Hasty, Hatton, Havis, Hawes, Hawkes, Hawkins, Hawthorne, Hayes, Haygood, Haymie, Haynes, Hayney, Haynie, Hays, Hayse, Haywood, Head, Heard, Hearn, Hearns, Heath, Heflin, Heidt, Helm, Helton, Hemphill, Henderson, Hendon, Hendricks, Hendrix, Henin, Henley, Henry, Herald, Herbert, Herdman, Herndon, Herne, Herren, Herrick, Herrin, Herring, Herrod, Herzog, Hester, Hichcock, Hick, Hicks, Higgins, Hightower, Hiley, Hill, HILLEY, Hilliard, Hillman, Hillsman, Hillyer, Hilton, Hindsman, Hine, Hines, Hinson, Hinton, Hiram, Histaley, Hitchcock, Hodge, Hodgson, Hodnett, Hoffman, Hogan, Hoge, Hogg, Holbrook, Holden, Holdstock, Holifield, Holinghead, Holinshead, Holland, Hollberg, Holliday, Hollingsworth, HOLLIS, Holloway, Holly, Holmes, Holsack, Holt, Homes, Homettoge, Homothe, Hood, Hook, Hopkins, Ho-po-eth-le, yo-ho-lo, Hop-o-eth-le-yo-ho-lo, Hopple, Hopson, Hornady, Hornesby, Hornsby, Horton, Hosch, Hose, Houghton, 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