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JAMES'S PAGE

KEVIN'S PAGE=RICHMOND CO,(Augusta)-LAURENS CO,

EDWIN'S PAGE=BURKE CO,

SOUTHERN HOLLINGER'S

MARY LOUISES' PAGE - RICHMOND CO

LINDA'S PAGE
Americus, Ga.
which is not too far from Plains,Ga.

AUG 2009 = VITAL RECORDS = http://content.sos.state.ga.us/cdm4/gadeaths.php>

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Source: GEN-MAT-15@rootsweb.com
Subject: [GM-15] Annals of Ga. Liberty Co. on Cd 100% searchable with copy &

ANNALS OF GEORGIA IMPORTANT EARLY RECORDS

OF THE STATE ABSTRACTED AND COMPILED BY

CAROLINE PRICE WILSON

VOLUME I

LIBERTY COUNTY RECORDS

AND

A STATE REVOLUTIONARY PAY ROL

This book has 205 pages including a 20 page index and was written in 1928.

MARRIAGE BONDS, SETTLEMENTS AND LICENSES
ADDITIONAL DATA
WILLS FROM 1766 TO 1845
GUARDIAN'S BONDS
DEEDS
ADMINISTRATIONS OF ESTATES
BONDS FOR ADMINISTRATIONS
CONSTABLE'S BONDS
LIBERTY COUNTY CONNECTIONS IN SOUTH CAROLINA
FROM PROBATE RECORDS IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
RETAILER'S BONDS
THE AUDITOR'S JOURNAL

http://www.dmkheritage.com/store/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=117

HOLLINGER


Pattie Causey [pacausey@mindspring.com]
[COLUMBIA CO.] will index
Hollinger, Titus.....1789

INMAN@rootsweb.com
Subject: [INMAN] Joshua Inman

Georgia Gazette

6-3-1802

Notice
To the Proprietors, or their Agents, of the following Tracts of Land, That, unlefs they, or either of them, do come forward, and fettle the
taxes due thereon, within five months from this date, they will be
proceeded againft and fold by the Collector, agreeably to law, to wit: 400 acres pine land, Tattnall county, adjoining E. Brunfon's, furveyed
in the name of Charles Benefield.
400 acres pine land, Tattnall county, adjoining Jofhua Inman, furveyed
in the name of Charles Benefield.
287 1/2 acres fwamp land, on the Alatamaha river, Tattnall county,
furveyed in the name of Titus Hollinger, adjoining ----Green. Thomas Davis, R.T.R. 22nd May, 1802.

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TROUP CO, GA = made in 1826 from Indian Lands
lays next to = Harris, Meriwether, Heard, Coweta, Talbot Co, GA
lays next to ALABAMA state line = Chambers,  Randolph Co's AL



LAND LOTTERIES=



       Baldwin Co, GA
       MARRIAGES From 1806
       to 1850

                            BROWN, Hollinger marr. MARCUS, Sally 12/29/1808


      From:
            "James A. Miller, Jr." <jalmillerjr@att.net>

RootsWeb site on U.S. Presidents genealogy says President Jimmy Carter's
ancestor No. 62 was Hollinger Brown born 1785 Stewart Co., Ga., died 1859,
Baldwin Co., Ga.  Hollinger Brown's parents are not given, but his mother
may have been a Hollinger desc. of Titus, Absolom, or William Hollinger of
Georgia?  Jim, Charlotte, n.c.



EFFINGHAM CO, GA, 1804
BRANDS/MARKS for MARTHA HOLLINGER
Contributed by:
             Mike Jones <mjones14@swbell.net>


1820 Census,  Hall County,  Georgia
James Hollinger
I'm sorry, I can't find my copy with the page # but he's there
1830 Census,  Gwinette County,  Georgia
James Hollinger    males under 5    Of five & under 10    Of thirty & under
forty    females of 5 & under 10    Of thirty & under 40
                           2                       1
1                                 1                                    1
1830 census of Gwinette County,  Georgia,  white men living in the Cherokee
Lands;
page 376


GREENE CO, GA
      From:
            "Mary Louise Gossum" <mlgossum@apex.net>

Marie, there is a deed in Greene Co., GA , dated 18 Jan 1797 from John
Marcus and wife Hannah ,gdn of Elizabeth Hollinger daughter of Alexander
Hollinger, both of Greene Co. p.o.a. to James Ingram atty at law, ..to take
possession of the 50A lot of land deeded said Elizabeth Hollinger our ward
and daughter from her grfather Titus Hollinger  dated 30 May 1778, Rec. Bk
A, folio 22, 23, 24.  From this I assume Alexander had died prior to 1778
and his widow Hannah, elsewhere signed Ann, had  at some unknown date
married John Marcus.

Then there is a deed in Richmond Co., GA dated 2 Jan 1800 from Peter Leath
of Washington Co. to Nathaniel Durkee, city of Augusta.......Lot #6 ...sold
to Titus & Alexander Hollinger, given by Titus Hollinger as the survivor to
his granddaughter Elizabeth Hollinger, the wife of said Peter Leath.

Peter and Elizabeth Leath moved to Wilson Co., TN probably between 1804 and
1807 as their first two children  William and Nancy (my husband's line)
were
born in Georgia 1802 and 1804 respectively. Their third child Marcus Hatton
Leath was born in TN 1807.

The name Hatton runs in the Leath family and I have wondered if Hannah's
maiden name might not be Hatton.       Mary Louise
 



        Laurens Co, GA MARRIAGES From
        1809 to 1850

                                       HOLLINGER, William marr. HESTER,
                                        Rachel 05/19/1814



LAURENS CO, GA =

WILLIAM HOLLINGER, dec'd, Eleazer BRACK and John BRACK  issued L/A 12-4-1815

WILLIAM HOLLINGER, dec'd, John ALLEN, gdn of orphs:Brack and Littleton, 12-4-1819



SCREVEN CO, GA 1805 = deed? Martha HOLLINGER of Screven Co, GA, widow of Titus HOLLINGER of Richmond Co, GA

   From:
        "FWI" <f_w_i@email.msn.com>

James,  You asked where some of the this information might be found on the
Web. Below are some examples.  But first I cut and pasted the following
from
the work of Carol Middleton.  I include two URL's for her Web-sites and 2
URL's for the Battle of Horseshoe Bend.  But that is lots more of Journals,
etc. on various sites.  Yours Franklin

Carol Middleton's very fine work on this subject:

"Being a study of the complex genealogies and relationships of people and
events leading to the Creek War and the Removal

Compiled by Carol Middleton and many other compilers whose names appear
with
their families' information

In the early 18th century, French cavaliers came south from Canada and
founded Fort Louis de la Mobile on the Alabama River. In 1711, the early
fort was abandoned because of flooding condition. A new fort was built
closer to Mobile Bay; it was named Fort Condé. The French Navy was
stationed
there. The Marines naturally sought wives and since there was a lack of
French women in the colonies, they married into the local Native American
tribes.

Additionally, traders -- both French and British -- moved into the
Territory. They lived among the tribes, often making alliances with tribes
by marrying daughters of the Chiefs, which assured the best trading
advantage.

In 1717, Fort Toulouse was built upriver; it was at the frontier of the
French Territory and served to protect against British invaders. About
1763,
the British took command of both forts and British traders began to move
into the new British Territory.

The site for the first white-Creek relations was also the site for the
formal end when General Andrew Jackson had the old fort refurbished as Fort
Jackson at the end of the Creek War and here was held the ceremony of
surrender of the Creeks.

Learn a bit more about the French Colonials who came to the French
Territory.

You may visit Fort Toulouse / Jackson near Wetumpka and Montgomery today
and
also the French Fort Condé in Mobile. Both are Alabama attractions and both
feature live reenactments of historical events. You may also visit Fort
Toulouse via the Internet.

These are family histories of some very interesting people. In reading this
material, you will know how enmeshed were their lives and how complex were
their loyalties. You will find a rich mix of bloodlines for assimilation
began as soon as the explorers and White traders came into the territory.
You may even find families of other tribes who lived and intermarried Among
The Creeks. Some of my own family is here, as they lived among the Creek
families, but all are of great interest to me. If you are researching any
of
these families, please contact me and share what you know.

Note: Where there are many families units of the same surnames, family
indexes are provided. Click on desired surname and you will go to the
index,
if it exists.

THE SEHOYS,
McGILLIVRAY, TATE, WEATHERFORD, DURANT, MILFORT

And related or allied families
ADCOCK, BAILEY, BRASHEARS, BROWN, COLBERT, COOCHMAN, CORNELLS, EHLERT,
FRANCIS, FRANKLIN, HALE, HARRIS, HIGHTOWER, HOLLINGER, LEFLEUR or LEFLORE,
MARSHALL, MASTIN, McGHEE, McINTOSH, McQUEEN, MILES or MYLES, MONIAC,
MOSLEY,
PERRYMAN, RANDON, ROLIN-COON, SIZEMORE, STIGGINS, TARVIN, WARD, WILLIAMS,
WINSLETT, YARGEE

Some of the individual leaders
CHINNABBEE, SELOCTA, JIM BOY aka TUSTENUGGEE EMARTHLA, MENAWA, MAD DOG, MAD
FAR OFF WARRIOR aka BIRD TAIL KING,
YOHOLO-MICCO and MISTIBEE

Some More Friends
These are word sketches of various people who were also part of the Creeks,
the mixed-bloods and their neighbors. If you have information on these
folks, please share it. Or if you know others, share them please. Tell the
stories.

Jeremiah AUSTILL, Sam DALE, Temperance ELLIS, Calvin JONES, The LESLIES of
Talladega, MILLY of Milly's Creek, James SPALDING & Isham SPALDING, SANOTO
plus more to come"

[There is more there but I just cut and pasted that much.] Franklin

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cmamcrk4/index.html#anchor450454
(Introductory Page by Carol Middleton with lots of information and links.)
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~cmamcrk4/crkwr1.html  (Interesting
Collection
of Stories, Treaties, etc. by Carol Middleton)
http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/twhp/wwwlps/lessons/54horseshoe/54horseshoe.htm
(Lesson Plan to Teach the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, and good history.)
http://www.nationalparks.org/guide/parks/horseshoe-be-1652.htm  (Horseshoe
Bend is a National Park.  This is brief info on the  Battle and on the
Park.



       Sat, 27 Jul 2002 11:00:19 -0600
  From:
       LDSED@aol.com
      GADECATU-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  [GADecatur] Geddie/Gaddy Just a shot in the dark
 

Richard, Virginia,
    I have a Gaddy line from Georgia, previous I believed moved from S.C.,
before that I have no idea.  I was just hoping....... I had some other
connected surname(Womack) who much later moved down to Gadsden Co. Florida.
If you can check to see if any of these names might fit I would appreciate
that.

James Gaddy died 1806 Effingham Co, Savannah,Ga previously lived in Augusta,
Richmond Co., Ga. late 1790's
Martha Gaddy, somehow connected to James, married a Titus Hollinger of
Augusta,Richmond Co., Ga. late 1780's  (she had children, Sarah, Murriah,and
William Hollinger(or possibley Gaddy)

I believe Martha to be a daughter of James's because  in his will he leaves
his estate to be sold and the money to go for education of these Hollinger
children.

If anyone can help, this is a brick wall and has been for years.  Thanks.

Linda Davis



ANNALS OF GEORGIA IMPORTANT EARLY RECORDS

OF THE STATE ABSTRACTED AND COMPILED BY

CAROLINE PRICE WILSON

VOLUME I

LIBERTY COUNTY RECORDS

AND

A STATE REVOLUTIONARY PAY ROL

This book has 205 pages including a 20 page index and was written in 1928.

HOLLINGER

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