Rachel Vickers Folsom

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LDS IGI Files list the following info on Rachel Vickers:

Rachel Vickers, b.c. 1775, Burke Co., GA, father is JONATHAN VICKERS (F515022-0048-1553752)

She married Lawrence Armstrong Folsom 1796 in Burke. (8417107-33-1395803) Lawrence Armstrong Folsom was born about 1775 in Burke Co., GA. His parents, William Folsom and Sally Armstrong were married 1774 in Burke Co., GA.

Children of Lawrence and Rachel Vickers Folsom in Burke Co. are:

William Folsom, b. 1797
Randall Folsom, b. January 1799
John Folsom, b. 1800 or 1801
Rachel Folsom, b. 1804
Elijah Folsom, b. 1804 or 1809
Elizabeth Folsom, b. 1806 or 1810
Maston Folsom, b. 1806 or Sept 14, 1809, or 1811
Cynthia Folsom, b. 1808 in Burke Co or Nov. 8 1815 Pulaski Co. or 1818 in Lowndes Co.
James Folsom, b. May 10, 1812, in Pulaski Co., GA

William Folsom m. Eliza Folsom either 1813 in Pulaski Co or 1831 in Lowndes Co
           Children:
           Hardy V. Folsom b. 1837 Lowndes Co. m. 08/26/1859 Tempy Ann Wells in either Brooks or Fayette Co.
           Randall Folsom m. Sarah Folsom 1820 in Pulaski Co
           John Folsom m. 1822 in Pulaski Co
           Maston Folsom m. Eliza Lawson 1830 in Lowndes Co

Elizabeth Pelt m. John Chestley Folsom 1835 in Jackson Co., FL

James Rountree b. 1787 Burke Co., GA m. Nancy Hendley (all IGI/ question b. date) James and Nancy have a daughter, Anna Rountree, b. January/1826 in Pulaski Co. Anna Rountree m. James Folsom 1844 in Lowndes Co., GA

Screven Co., Deed Bk. A p. 281, Nov. 4, 1799, James Rountree witness to a deed to Hardy Vickers [see Hardy_Vickers file]

History of Lowndes Co., GA p. 1, “In 1821 four settlers moved to that section of Ga which is now known as Lowndes County. The entire section was covered with pine forest and no such thing as “a settler’s clearing” was known before their coming: James Rountree, Lawrence Armstrong Folsom, Drew Vickers, and Alfred Belote. Each man brought his family and they made their journey in covered wagons. Each man selected his lot of land and proceeded to erect his modest home. Others soon followed. In 1825 it was decided to petition the legislature to create a new county.”

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Posted by Lucy Vickers Grisham on http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=message&r=rw&p=surnames.vickers&m=696

Records of Barbara Boynton- for anyone interested in this area and these families.

Lucy,
Knew I had something I had copied down on this fellow:

Montgomery Co. Ga.
1804 Jury List-Pendleton Creek District
Gedion Elvington " " "
Drury Vickers " " "
Burrell Kendrick " "
George Mason " "

1805 Land Lottery-Montgomery co. (Registration started 1 Mar 1804

Gideon Elvington 2 draws
Luke Slaughter 1blank 1 prize
Drury Vickers 1 prize
Joel Vickers 2 blanks
David Mason 1 blank
George Mason 2 blanks
Peter Mason 2 blanks

Beloate-Lowndes Co., Ga. March term 1849-court of Ordinary-Return on estate of Alfred Belote

Also:
From: Wills of Pulaski co, Ga., Victor Myrick

Wills 1816-1854 Book A-Pulaski co. 22 Nov 1836 p. 7 Sept 1837 p163-165

William Hendley-Will

to wife-Milly
to children andmy wife:
Sally Hays (Hayes)
Elizabeth Posey, Nancy Roundtree, Martha Beloat, Wm. Hendley, Milly Hendry-flock of sheept to be equally divided
to all my heirs: Milly Hendley, Sally Hayes, Elizabeth Posey, Mary Fletcher, Nancy Roundtree, Martha Beloat, Jane McCranie, Wm. Hendley, Sophia Hendly-equal share

Some Folsom/Armstrong info that I got from Ramona Vickers of Sebastian, Fl

Lt. William Folson s/o Israel Folsom & Kezziah, b. 1745 Prince William, Va, d 1785 Burke co. Ga.
m. Sarah Armstrong d/o Lawrence Armstrong & ___?
b. 1750 N. C., D. 1820 Screven Go. Ga. m 2ndRobert Burton
Children: Lawrence Armstrong Folson, Benjamin, Abigail, Elizabeth, Sarah Folsom

Lawrence Armstrong Folson s/o Lt. William and Sarah Armstrong b. 1772 V, d 11 Apr 1842 Lowndes Co. Ga. Grew up in Burke Co., Ga.
m. Rachel Vickers , b ca 1769 N. C. d. 18 Dec. 1849-this according to Huxford. However, Huxford shows Rachel preceding her husband in death but the above does not show that.

From my records:
Jefferson Co. Ga
1801 Petit Jury
Ebenezer Folsom, John Vickers, Henry Beaty, James Beaty
1802 Petit Jury- Wm. Beaty, Samuel Beaty, Needham Bryant

Pulaski co. Ga, Petit jury 6-1812
Needham Bryan, Jonathan Vickers, Lawrence Folsom, Christopher Edwards, Reubin Roundtree, Patrick McGriff

Voting List, May 2, 1831 Miccosukee, Leon Co., Fla
Stephen Vickers
Nov. 5, 1832-Miccosukee- N. B. Folsom, Ebenezer Folsom, Nathaniel Folsom
May 6, 1833-Needham B. Folsom
Nov. 2, 1831 Miccosukee-Needham Bryan Folsom, Ebenezer Folsom

I have not been able to place Needham B. Folsom and Ebenezer into one of the Folsom families but they could be children of Benjamin Folsom who was supposed to have gone West -he a brother of Lawrence Armstrong Folsom.

There a passel of these folks who are intermarried.

I think some of the Hendleys went into Tattnall Co where they married into some familes who were early settlers in Concord area of Gadsden, and in lower Decatur Co.

Just sent this along as I found it in a notebook, packed in a box behind where I am sitting at the computer.

BB

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