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LANGFORD & LANKFORD FAMILIES in GEORGIA

A resource page of the LANGFORD-L Rootsweb list

Families structured from information found online, family documents, and submissions. For now I do not know if or how these families are connected -- unless I state so; hopefully that will come. If however, you have information to add to these lines, pleases and it to me, the listowner

Note: some of these but not all of these are not my own family lines. When possible a link is provided to a researcher

See also Langford & Lankford Grooms of Georgia and Langford & Lankford Brides of Georgia


Euclid LANGFORD and Elizabeth ?

Information gleaned from post to the Langford list from Phyllis Richter Blount and also online records

Husband: Euclid Langford

LifeNotes: Euclid served as a Private for three years in the First Virginia Regiment, Continental Line, Revolutionary War.

In May 1794 Euclid Langford was a witness along with Robert Roe, to the codicil of the will of Frances Woolfolk, Sussex Co., VA. (will is on file in the USGenWeb Archives online)

He was a distiller and owned two stills. He lived in Hancock Co, GA.

December 12, 1812: To be sold on 12/20/1812 at dwelling of Euclid Langford, deceased, Hancock Co., GA-- two stills, still tubs, one horse, stock of hogs and sheep. Plantation to be rented with abt.100 acres and one negrowoman hired for 12 months. Signed by Frederick G. Thomas, Nicholas Langford, Joseph Bryan, executors.

Dec. 1, 1818: to be sold, propety of Euclid Langford, deceased, to satisfy Francis Wisdom, administrator for Thomas Wisdom, deceased, against Nicholas Langford, executor for Euclid Langford. 120 acres land on road to Sparta to Greensboro, levied on propety of John Langford to satify in favor of Nicholas Langford.

Jan. 2, 1821: to be sold at markethouse, Hancock Co., GA, on Feb. 1, propety of Euclid Langford, deceased, -- one negro girl Patty, levied in favor of Edmond Langford. John W. Scott, D. W.

Born: 1757 Virginia
Married:
Died: 25 May 1810, Hancock Co., GA
Parents:

Wife: Elizabeth ?

LifeNotes: Probably the Elizabeth Langford, w. shown as Fortunate Drawer in 1827 GA Land Lottery as Number 218, Dist. 10, Muscogee Co.

Born:
Married:
Died: by 1827? Dec. 31, 1827: George N. Langford applies for letters of admin. for estate of Elizabeth Langford, deceased. Thadeus B. Rees, C.C.O.
Parents:

Their children were:

Gist of records excerpted in "Genealogical Abstracts From The Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1809-1840. Volumes One - Four" by Fred R. and Emelie K. Hartz:

Apr 6 1814: town of Sparta, land to be sold to satusfy tax debt-- Nicholas Langford's property, Hancock Co., GA

Mar. 31, 1818: Property of John Langford to be sold in favor of Nicholas Langford -- one sorrel horse, saddle, bridle.

Aug. 3, 1819: to be sold in Sept., Greensborough, Greene Co., GA, property of Nicholas Langford to satisfy in favor of John Palmer vs Russel Palmer, Ralph Huff, Nicholas Langford -- 3 beds, one lrage chest, waiters, spoons, cream pot, one bottle, lot of books, 2 mugs, 4 chairs, one cradle, one loom.

June 6, 1820: to be sold in July, Greensboro, Greene Co., GA, property of Nicholas Langford -- 2 feather beds, one pine slab, one loom, one oven, one spider, one chest, one lot glass tumblers, to satisfy in favor of John Palmer, against Russel Palmer, Nicholas Langford, Ralph Huff. Nicholas Langford, sheriff.

Jan. 2, 1821: to be sold at markethouse, Hancock Co., GA, on Feb. 1, propety of Euclid Langford, deceased, -- one negro girl Patty, levied in favor of Edmond Langford. John W. Scott, D. W.


Edmund LANGFORD and Joyce "Joysey" Moss WILLINGHAM

Put together from an entry in Family Puzzlers, 1964-76, p. 86. Thanks to Faye Poss for sharing this. Faye says there's a good bit more on this particular line in Family Puzzlers, Apr. 4, 1968, No. 23, pp. 7-8. (If anybody has that copy, please share). I have added when info available.

Husband: Edmund Langford

LifeNotes: They probably lived in Baldwin or Hancock Cos., GA.

Born: 1786
Married: on 27 Feb 1812 in Hancock Co., GA.
Died:
Parents: Euclid Langford and Elizabeth ?

Wife: Joyce Moss Willingham

LifeNotes:

Born:
Married: on 27 Feb 1812 in Hancock Co., GA.
Died:
Parents:

Their children were:


George Nicholson LANGFORD and Lucy Minerva TYUS

This family information gleaned from post to the Langford list from Phyllis Richter Blount and other online records

Husband: George Nicholson Langford

LifeNotes:

Gist of records excerpted in "Genealogical Abstracts From The Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1809-1840. Volumes One - Four" by Fred R. and Emelie K. Hartz:

Aug 12, 1817: Hancock Co., GA, Lewis Tyus and George N. Langford for letters of administration for estate of John Tyus, deceased of Hancock Co., GA

Oct. 28, 1817: On Dec 15, property of John Tyus, deceased to be sold, 13 negroes, one bay mare, two-year-old filly. Plantation to be rented same day. Property of John Tyus, deceased. Signed by Lewis Tyus and G. N. Langford, Hancock Co., GA

Apr 27, 1819: 600 acres adjoining Walter Hamilton et al. on Shoulderbone, real estate of John Tyus, deceased. Signed by Lewis Tyus, George N. Langford, administrators

Oct. 11, 1825: Grand Jury, Sept. term, Felix Lewis, Jones Co. for offense assault and battery of James Stubbs on Sept 20, 1825 near Jeremiah Clarke's storehouse. Wit: Jesse King, Zachariah Edmondson, George N. Langford.

Jan. 10, 1826: George N. Langford shown on list of those with letters remaining at post office, Eatonton, Putnam Co., GA

Dec. 31, 1827: George N. Langford applies for letters of admin. for estate of Elizabeth Langford, deceased. Thadeus B. Rees, C.C.O.

Born: 9 Oct 1792, Sussex Co., VA
Married:
Died: Brandon, MS
Parents: Euclid Langford and Elizabeth ?

Wife: Lucy Minerva Tyus

LifeNotes:

Born: 1798 GA
Married:
Died: in 1862 as a result of blood poisioning contracted when she pricked her finger while nursing a Union soldier
Parents:

Their children were:


James LANGFORD and Annis ?

Information compiled by this family descendant Carol Middleton

Husband: James Langford

LifeNotes: James Langford was enumerated in Clarke Co., GA in 1820 . (Gone to Georgia, William C. Stewart)

(a James Langford is listed in the 1790 Reconstructed Census for Washington Co., GA . Do not know if this James is my particular James)

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book A, pages 207-208: March 27, 1804. Jacob Bankston conveyed to James Langford, for $600, 269 acres on Barber Creek adjoining Aaron Parker, Murdoch, & Miller (sic) Echols. Witnesses: Joshua Crow & David Shay, J. P. Langford was a resident of Clarke Co. at that time. This deed was the first one in which Langford was a grantee. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Gist of records excerpted in "Genealogical Abstracts From The Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1809-1840. Volumes One - Four" by Fred R. and Emelie K. Hartz: Oct. 5, 1819: Clarke Co., GA, Sept. term 1819, from minutes of Grand Jury-- recommendation to Militia officers, the rigid inforcement of patrol laws and that Thomas Lovorn and Daniel J. Lovorn, his son, be releaseed from paying poll tax. Signed James Meriwether, foreman, White Rosseter, Leander A. Erwin, Milner Echols, David Holmes, David Meriwether, William Jones, Gabriel A. Muffett, David Elder, Christopher A. Carter, James Langford, James Epps, John Shepherd, William A. Parr, John F. Barnett, William Stroud, Hunby Brewer, Richard Cox, Arthur Atkinson, Absolom Rainey, Frier Robertson. Sterling Elder, clerk

James Langford shown owning 219 1/2 acres of third quality land (Clarke Co.) on the waters of Barber Creek adjoining the land of Aaron Parker. The Langford land was originally granted to Horatio Marbury. The tax on 2191/2 acres was $0.59. James Langford purchased this land in 1804. (Family Puzzlers, April 13, 1978, Issue 547, pages 8-12))

James was administrator for Henry Bankston 2/24/1812. P 29. James Langford was surety for Sterling Elder, administrator John Elder and for the 3/1812, marriage of John Brown, for Sarah Bankston 12/2/1816, for John Selman 1/4/1819, for Robert Stewart 9/2/1822. James Langford witnessed a deed for Samuel Crawford 9/4/1792, Jacob Bankston was also a witness. ("Some Georgia County Records, Vol. 2" - Lucus p 17)

Notes: It is thought James was in Jackson County before he went into Clarke County.

The Monroe Co. Deed Index 1822-94 lists land transactions for several Langfords including Bedford, James, Chatten, Ethelreid, and C. L.. In "GA Bible Records" by Austin: W. B. Langford Bible owned by Mrs Cleo Langford Hodges, Watkinsville, GA.

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book P, pages 109-110: September 24, 1832. Bedford Langford, administrator of James Langford, conveyed 900 acres for $500, on Barber Creek "joining Stroud, Hay Akin, & others." Witnesses: William Barber, William B. Daniell, Richard Dicken, J.P. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book P, pages 110-111: May 13, 1833. Bedford Langford, administrator of James Langford, conveyed to John Adams 350 acres (for $300) on McNutts Creek. Witnesses: George M. Lanier, Anselman L. Harper, J.P. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Born: 11/20/1770; Married: Died: 9 May 1831 near Mars Hill, GA (Clarke Co. - now Oconee Co.)
Parents:

Wife: Annis (-?)

LifeNotes: Could she have been a Bedford or a Bankston??

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book P, page 517: October 24, 1835. John Adams conveyed to Annis Langford 150 acres (for $100) on Barbers Creek, "part of the land formerly belonging to James Langford Dec'd and sold to the Said John Adams by the Administrator." Witnesses: Richard Adams, Richard Dicken, J.P. (See the record above) (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book P, page 518: January 1, 1836. Annis Langford conveyed to Thomas A. Tuck of Benton County, Alabama, 150 acres (for $450) on Barbers Creek "adjoining Crow, Langford, & others." Annis used an X. Witnesses: George M. Lanier, Bedford Langford & James N. Lanier. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Born: Married: Died: Parents:

Their children were:

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book R, pages 166-167: September 2, 1841. James W. Wooldridge sued bezabul Langford in Inferior court and won judgment. Bezabul's land was sold July 7, 1841, by the Sheriff to the high bidder, George M. Lanier, who directed that it be deeded to Bedford Langford. 120 acres on McNutts Creek joining Kent, Lanier & others. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book R, page 259: June 29, 1842. Bedford Langford conveyed to Henry Jennings the McNutt Creek land, for $250. Witnesses: George M. Lanier, Solomon Kent, J.P. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Bedford is listed as "Buford" and age 46 in the transcribed 1850 Clarke County census. According to the census Mary was in 1850 age 44. and the children in the household were: James age 16, farmer, Susan, age 14, Mary and Joseph, twins, ages 13, Frances E. age 11, Julius H., age 5.

Bedford Langford died 7/17/1875, buried Mars Hill Cemetery, Oconee Co., GA.

"Lankford, Bozelul - Clark Co, Harpers Dist.; lot 233/18th, Early Co. Lankford, James - Clark Co, Harpers Dist.114/11 Irwin In "Ga. Land Lottery Papers" by Davis. p 53."

"Some Georgia County Records, Vol. 2" - Lucus p 17. Bezelel Langford wit. will David Stephens 4/25/32. P40.

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book R, pages 166-167: September 2, 1841. James W. Wooldridge sued bezabul Langford in Inferior court and won judgment. Bezabul's land was sold July 7, 1841, by the Sheriff to the high bidder, George M. Lanier, who directed that it be deeded to Bedford Langford. 120 acres on McNutts Creek joining Kent, Lanier & others. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

After Bazaleel lost his land, the family moved to DeKalb County.

Children of Bazaleel and Elizabeth were: Sarah Ann Langford (d. 9/2/1842 DeKalb, per "Christian Index Obituaries 1822-1879"), Henry Langford, George Langford, James Langford., Nancy Langford (d. 8/9/1841 DeKalb Co., GA). All the children of Bazaleel Langford are listed as attending the "Poor School" in Clarke Co., GA -- the Poor School is what the public school of the day was called.


Mary "Polly" LANGFORD and George Malone LANIER

Information compiled by Carol Middleton

Wife: Mary "Polly" Langford

LifeNotes: she is listed in the 1850 Clarke Co., GA census as Mary listed with George and age 50, born in GA. There is information in George's pension application about her in her widowhood.

Excerpt: On this 20th day of July, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and
seventy eight
, personally appeared before me, a clerk Superior Court, the same being a court of record within and for the county and Sate aforesaid, (1) Mary Lanier aged 77 years, a resident of Chatooga Co., in the State of Georgia, who being duly sworn to law, declares that she is the widow of (2) George M Lanier deceased, who was the identical (3) George M Lanier...

Polly was vouched for by E. L. Close and W. K. Potter

Born: 2/22/1800 GA (per George Malone Lanier family Bible)
Married: 1/31/1816 in Clarke Co., GA. Have copy of marriage license dated 1/31/1816.
Died: 9/1881 in Clarke Co., GA (per George Malone Lanier family Bible)
Parents: who were they?? possibly James and Annis Langford??

Husband: George Malone Lanier

LifeNotes: See his Lanier page. George Malone Lanier served in the War of 1812 and the Creek-Indian War of 1813-14. See his pension application and bounty land claim.

For most of their married life, George and Polly lived in Clarke Co., GA.

George and Polly lived in Monroe Co., GA in 1825-30. George was a schoolteacher. They were members of Mars Hill Baptist Church.

The family was back in Clarke County by 1850 for they appear in the 1850 census. George Malone Lanier is shown as age 61 and born in Virginia and as a Farmer. Their neighbors according to the visitation order in the census were the Baptist minister Buford Langford (probably Bedford Langford in another misread) with his family and Augustus Langford and his family. Bazaleel Lanier and his wife Alamanza also lived close by.

Born: 2/9/1789 in Brunswick Co., VA. (per George Malone Lanier family Bible)
Married: 1/31/1816 in Clarke Co., GA. Have copy of marriage certificate dated 1/31/1816.
Died: 7/22/1854 in Clarke Co., GA
Parents: Nicholas Lanier and Martha "Patsy" Malone. See his Lanier page and also see her Malone page.

Their children were:


Elizabeth LANGFORD and John ADAMS

Many thanks for information provided by Kenneth England and Barbara Cook

Wife: Elizabeth Langford

LifeNotes: From Barbara Cook: John Adams and Elizabeth Langford Adams were still alive and in Clarke County, GA for the 1870 census (both 67 years old)

Born: 15 June 1802
Married: by William Stroud, J. P. on 8/29/1820, Clarke Co., GA
Died:
Parents: James Langford and Annis ?

Husband: John Adams

LifeNotes: From Kenneth England: Following the death of his father-in-law about 1830, the records of Ordinary of Clarke County show that John Adams purchased two large tracts of land from James' estate. These were on McNutt's Creek and Barber's Creek. Adams also purchased a slave and several household items. John and Elizabeth evidently moved to one of these farms where they raised their family.

Born: about 1802
Married: by William Stroud, J. P. on 8/29/1820, Clarke Co., GA
Died:
Parents:

Their children were:

In the spring of 1862, Willis Norris Autry enlisted in the Johnson Guards, 44th Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, Infantry Army of Virginia, of the Confederate States of America. Captured at the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House in Virginia, and held as a prisoner until the end of the war. Willis remained a staunch Primitive Baptist all of his life, but Martha was a Missionary Baptist at heart and had grown up attending Mars Hill Baptist Church.

Their children were: Caroline Elizabeth Autry (b. 20 Jan 1866; m. Alexander Stephens Richards; d. 2 Dec 1942) Isabelle Autry (b. 8 April 1868; m. William Thomas Carlton; d. 27 June 1949) David Patman Autry (b. 12 July 1869; m. Alice Elizabeth Everette; d. 12 Jan 1942), Ella Autry (b. 1870; d. about 1871), Anna Esther Autry (b. 2 July 1872; m. Charles Thomas Dorsett; d. 12 Jan 1954), Mary Susan Autry (b. 17 Jan 1874; m. Jackson Oliver Dunston; d. 11 Nov 1959), Joseph Perrington Autry (b. 15 Sept 1875; m. Aurelia Lawrence; d. 2 Aug 1955), Emily Margaret Autry (b. 5 April 1877; m. Thomas M. Chappell; d. 11 July 1963), Sarah Nancy Autry (b. 29 Sept 1`878; m. M. J. Hamric; d. 15 Sept 1974), Ira Ina Autry (b. 1880; d. about 1881), Merrell Carlton Autry (b. 1 Sept 1883; m. Bertha Cornelia Houston; d. 3 June 1973) Martha Marie Autry (b. 27 May 1885; m. Abraham Bradford Butler; d. 1964).

Martha Matilda Adams died 28 April 1922, Henry Co., GA, buried Hampton, Henry Co., GA.


Bedford LANGFORD and Mary "Polly" THOMPSON
Not of my own direct line, but of interest to others

Husband: Bedford Langford

LifeNotes: "Bedford a witness 28 Dec 1842, Clarke Co. also p 54; 29 May 1843"

Baptist Minister, Mars Hill Baptist Church, Oconee Co., GA.

The Monroe Co. Deed Index 1822-94 lists land transactions for several Langfords including Bedford, James, Chatten, Ethelreid, and C. L.. In "GA Bible Records" by Austin: W. B. Langford Bible owned by Mrs Cleo Langford Hodges, Watkinsville, GA.

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book P, pages 109-110: September 24, 1832. Bedford Langford, administrator of James Langford, conveyed 900 acres for $500, on Barber Creek "joining Stroud, Hay Akin, & others." Witnesses: William Barber, William B. Daniell, Richard Dicken, J.P. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book P, pages 110-111: May 13, 1833. Bedford Langford, administrator of James Langford, conveyed to John Adams 350 acres (for $300) on McNutts Creek. Witnesses: George M. Lanier, Anselman L. Harper, J.P. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book R, pages 166-167: September 2, 1841. James W. Wooldridge sued bezabul Langford in Inferior court and won judgment. Bezabul's land was sold July 7, 1841, by the Sheriff to the high bidder, George M. Lanier, who directed that it be deeded to Bedford Langford. 120 acres on McNutts Creek joining Kent, Lanier & others. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book R, page 259: June 29, 1842. Bedford Langford conveyed to Henry Jennings the McNutt Creek land, for $250. Witnesses: George M. Lanier, Solomon Kent, J.P. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

Bedford is listed as "Buford" and age 46 in the transcribed 1850 Clarke County census. According to the census Mary was in 1850 age 44. and the children in the household were: James age 16, farmer, Susan, age 14, Mary and Joseph, twins, ages 13, Frances E. age 11, Julius H., age 5.

Born: 11/1/1806
Married: by William Manley, J. P., on 12/15/1825
Died: 7/17/1875, buried Mars Hill cemetery
Parents: James Langford and Annis ?

Wife: Mary "Polly" Thompson

LifeNotes:

Born: 7/11/1805
Married: by William Manley, J. P., on 12/15/1825
Died: 1/12. or 13/1875 -- per "Christian Index Obituaries 1822-1879", buried Mars Hill cemetery
Parents: John Thompson and Mary Haygood

Their children were:

Turnell, Salina, age 15 born GA, is also listed in the household in 1850 census (sister of Susan?).


Bazaleel LANGFORD and Elizabeth ADAMS
Not of my own direct line, but of interest to others

Some information Betty Chapman, Kenneth England, some from Louise Ingersoll's LANIER and found records

Husband: Bazaleel Langford

LifeNotes: Listed as Bazalid Langford in Athens, Clarke Co., GA, in 1820 federal census.

Was a witness to the will of David Stephens 4/25/1832, Clarke Co., GA. ("Some Georgia County Records, Vol. 2" - Lucus p 17.)

"Lankford, Bozelul - Clark Co, Harpers Dist.; lot 233/18th, Early Co. Lankford, James - Clark Co, Harpers Dist.114/11 Irwin In "Ga. Land Lottery Papers" by Davis. p 53."

Clarke Co., GA Deed Book R, pages 166-167: September 2, 1841. James W. Wooldridge sued bezabul Langford in Inferior court and won judgment. Bezabul's land was sold July 7, 1841, by the Sheriff to the high bidder, George M. Lanier, who directed that it be deeded to Bedford Langford. 120 acres on McNutts Creek joining Kent, Lanier & others. (thanks to Betty Chapman for sharing this and to Homer Cooper who shared it with her)

After Bazaleel lost his land, the family moved to DeKalb County.

Born:
Married: on 12/17/1818, Clarke Co., GA by William Stroud, J. P.
Died:
Parents: James Langford and Annis ?

Wife: Elizabeth Adams

LifeNotes:

Born:
Married: on 12/17/1818, Clarke Co., GA by William Stroud, J. P.
Died:
Parents:

Their children were:


William J. LANGFORD and Harriet Feraby OVERSTREET

Information here from a post to our Genconnect board by John K. Langford

Husband: William J Langford

LifeNotes: .Supposedly had 18 children, only one positive John Alexander Langford. Four sons all served in Civil War in CSA from Florida

Born: 11 May l811,Tattenal Co GA
Married:
Died:
Parents:

Wife: Harriet Feraby Overstreet

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Their known child:


Julia M. LANGFORD and Elijah Sherwood ALLEN

Information posted to Langford -L by Penny Brown

Wife: Julia M Langford

LifeNotes:

Born: 9/26/1838 in Henry Co, GA
Married: 12/6/1855 in Henry Co, GA
Died: 6/16/1925 in Smith Co, TX
Parents: John Lankford per Julia's death certificate

Husband: Elijah Sherwood Allen

LifeNotes:

Born: 12/27/1833 in Fayette Co, GA
Married: 12/6/1855 in Henry Co, GA
Died: 12/27/1833 in Smith Co, TX
Parents:

Their children were:


Francis Gower LANGFORD and Harriet HAMBLETON or HAMILTON

Researcher for this family: Faye Sweat

Husband: Francis Gower Langford

LifeNotes: Appears on 1880 Fulton Co GA census

Born:
Married: 31 Dec 1840 in Clarke Co GA Book C
Died:
Parents:

Wife: Harriett C. Hambleton

LifeNotes:

Born:
Married: 31 Dec 1840 in Clarke Co GA Book C
Died:
Parents:

Their children were:


Hillery LANGFORD and Rebecca ENTREKIN

Hal Johnston is researching this family, posting the information to our Langford GenConnect board with hopes you will contact him with any information

Husband: Hillery Langford

LifeNotes: Some say he came from McCromick while others say he came directly from England.

Hillery Langford is shown in the 1840 Warren Co., GA census

Born: 1793 perhaps in SC; Married:
Died: 1884 GA, buried at Salem Methodist Church in McDuffie Co near Thomson GA
Parents:

Wife: Rebecca Entrekin

LifeNotes:

Born: Married: Died:
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Their daughter:


Jim L. LANGFORD and Alice Lenora SATTERFIELD

With information from Barbara E. Johnson kindly posted to LANGFORD-L

Husband: Jim L. Langford

LifeNotes:

Born: Married: on 26 Sep 1897; Died:
Parents:

Wife: Alice Lenora Satterfield

LifeNotes:

Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Tucker, DeKalb Co., GA.
Alice L. Langford
1875-1955
Amanda J. Langford 17 Feb 1856 - 8 Mar 1840
Augustus Langford 13 Jan 1847 - 14 Apr 1916
Frank Langford 1906 - 1988
Hilda E. Langford 1914 - 1963
Walter C. Langford 21 May 1884 - 6 Oct 1927

Born: on 26 Jan 1875; Married: on 26 Sep 1897; Died: in 1955; she was 79, Buried in Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Tucker, DeKalb Co. GA
Parents: John P. Satterfield (12 Jun 1852-4 Aug 1884) and Georgia "Georgie" Ann Henderson (1 May 1845-10 Jan 1881)

Their children were:


Wyatt LANGFORD

Husband: Wyatt Langford

LifeNotes: Franklin County, GA: Muster Roll Oct. 10, 1793, Capt. Jno. Stonevoffer's Company: Wiet Lankford.

Franklin County, GA: Deed Book C 1786-1792; Deed Book H 1792-1793, Grantors: Sarah Langford, Wyatt Langford; Grantees: Wyett Langford.

Franklin County, GA: Jury List 1790: Wyatt Langford.

Enumerated in Franklin , GA in 1802 on tax lists (as Wiatt).

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Links to LANGFORDS & LANGFORDS in Georgia sites

Lydia Brown has many LANGFORDs on her site. Her LANGFORDs were in Upson Co., GA.

George Perry Langford and Mary Collins appear to have come to GA from NC, as several of their children married in Bartow Co., GA.


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