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10 (also called Quillian Bryson) MASHBURN, Quillion Bryon Qb (I194)
11 (birth in 1903 according to 1910 Census) JORDAN, Milton (I971)
12 (Combs Funeral Home handled the arrangements) LONG, John William (I12)
13 (H.F. Combs was the undertaker) LONG, Drury Washington (I21)
14 (J.B. Shurley, acting undertaker) PUCKETT, Mary (I472)
15 (J.W. Thomas was the mortician and embalmer) JORDAN, Levi Melburn (I972)
16 (Sosebee Funeral Home of Canton, Georgia handled the arrangements) JORDAN, Milton (I971)
17 1820 Census (Hall Co.,GA) Man/Merch Schedule- 1000 dollars at 50 pr cent 250 dollars board & contingent expenses gain 250 dollars. 1840 Census (Forsyth Co., GA)- 3 males (40-50,50-60,60-70) COCKBURN, George Sr. (I226)
18 1820 Census shows three sons, three daughters MASHBURN, Joseph (I344)
19 1870 U.S. census, population schedules. NARA microfilm publication M593, 1,761 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.Minnesota census schedules for 1870. NARA microfilm publication T132, 13 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d. Source (S-189495631)
20 1880 Censs shows father born in VA, mother born in Ireland. FINLEY, Jane Caruthers (I386)
21 1880 Census shows father born in NC, mother born in VA. PAYNE, Martha (I407)
22 1900 Census list as being married two years. Family F83
23 1910 Census shows year of birth was 1901. JORDAN, Levi Melburn (I972)
24 258-18-8573 M216 MASHBURN, IRA 12-01-1898 GA 01-00-1973 30114 GA Source (S23)
25 A quarterly report at Ebenezer Meth. Church states that Wesley Mashburn and wife were dismissed. They left Forsyth Co. in 1887 and settled near Abilene, TX. MASHBURN, John Wesley (I399)
26 at 12:50 p.m. from bronchial pneumonia with depressive psychosis listed as a significant condition (Byron H. Steele was the attending physician) JORDAN, Jane (I470)
27 at 1:30 p.m. of cerebral hemorrhage due to hypertension and arteriosclerosis (Bryon H. Steele was the attending physician) JORDAN, Milton (I971)
28 at 2:00 p.m. of carcinoma of stomach (J.S. Billings, attending physician) PUCKETT, Mary (I472)
29 at 4:00 a.m. of bronchius pneumonia accompanied with senility (J.E. Billings was the attending physician) LONG, Drury Washington (I21)
30 because they do not show up in Georgia until the 1860 Federal Census when they appear as an eldery couple living in the same neighborhood as Drury and George Long in Fannin Co., GA LONG, Peter (I613)
31 Boarding with a Strickland household in 1880 Cen. of Forsyth Co. with son, John age 15 and sister Frances Cogburn age 47. Harvey Bright Mashburn's family is close by. COGBURN, Mary M. (I213)
32 Born in Union County, GA PARHAM, Erwin M. (I2238)
33 Bought land in Pleasent Valley, Gilmer Co.,GA. Indians helped build house. This land was known for a pile of rocks, thought to be Indian burial site. Land also contained apple trees planted by the Indians. William played a part in the removal of the Cherokee Indians from GA. William (I627)
34 Brother of Alexander W. Johnston. Family lived at Buford, Tucker and Decatur, GA. JOHNSTON, Juan Lafayette (I455)
35 by John Barrett, J.P. Family F19
36 Company A, Georgia 11th Infantry, 05 Jul 1862, mustered out 09 Apr 1865 Appomattox Courthouse Warren, William V. (I1331)
37 Containing historical accounts of the state's civil, military, industrial and professional interests, and personal sketches of many of its people
Southern Historical Association. 2 v. : ill., maps ; 28 cm. 
Source (S5)
38 Copy in the State of Georgia Archives. Source (S24)
39 Cut and laid the timbers for Ebenezer Methodist Church. MASHBURN, James (I339)
40 Document contains thumb print and foot print. Source (S4)
41 does not appear in 1900 Census MASHBURN, Dora (I768)
42 does not appear in 1900 Census MASHBURN, Clay (I770)
43 does not appear on 1900 Census MASHBURN, Inda Mae (I764)
44 does not appear on 1900 Census MASHBURN, Clifford E. (I766)
45 Duiring this time period the suffix junior applied to any younger man with the same name as an older man. This Rev. John Harvey Mashburn, Jr. was a nephew to Rev. John Harvey Mashburn. MASHBURN, John Harvey Jr. (I752)
46 Emelease died of infection from wounds received when sparks from a fireplace set the blankets in her crib afire. LONG, Emelease (I469)
47 Enlisted 15 May 1862 in White Co., GA in Co. C, Fain's Regt. promoted to 2nd Lieut on 24 Nov 1863. Paroled on 28 Apr 1865 in Greensboro, NC. Dr. James Mashburn owns the Confedertate sword owned by his grandfather. MASHBURN, John Harvey Jr. (I389)
48 Enlisted Co. C, Fain's Regiment (later became 65th Ga Regt. of Georgia Volunteer Infantry) on 15 May 1862 in White Co., GA. Appointed 4th Sgt. on 12 Jun 1863. Asst. officer of guard in knoxville, TN on 2 Aug 1863. MASHBURN, Charles Wesley (I387)
49 Enlisted Co. E, 43rd Georgia Infantry, died in Civil War BLACKSTON, Frances Marion (I445)
50 Fell in a fire while playing with her brother. Mother was in bed
following birth of a baby. 
GRIFFITH, Annie Mae (I2799)

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