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Re: Samuel Dehay b. SC circa 1800-1810
Posted by: Judy Freund (ID *****1075) Date: August 12, 2003 at 19:19:44
In Reply to: Re: Samuel Dehay b. SC circa 1800-1810 by Joyce Zuber of 34

I have information on Leah Margaret DeHay and husband Andrew Jackson Mullinax. Leah Margaret died 10 March 1850 in either Lumpkin Co or Dawson Co. GA, giving birth to their daughter Margaret Louise Mullinax. I could not find them on 1850 GA census but did find Andrew and daughter Margaret and infant son Joberry by 2nd wife on 1860 census, Dawson Co. GA. They were living with Andrew's parents (Thomas and Agnes Mullinax, and other brothers and sisters). Andrew married a 3rd time and eventually moved to Texas. Leah Margaret married George Alvin Carter in 1869 in Lumpkin Co. GA. moving to Texas also. Andrew Jackon was in Brownwood TX by 1887 when youngest daughter married. Margaret Louise Mullinax and George A. Carter are my gg-parents. Most of their children were born in GA but my grandmother (the youngest) was born in Valley Mills, Bosque Co. TX.

I believe Sam DeHay and Cynthia Nix had 7 children, one of which was Margaret Leah, b abt 1833. One was Benjamin Thomas b 24 March 1831, m 1854 Lumpkin Co. GA. He moved to Waco, TX about 1857. I know he had a son, named Sam. Is this Sam the same as Samuel N. DeHay, b 8 Jul 1857 GA, who married Amanda Rebecca Lilliard, 21 Jan 1880, McLennon Co. TX?

I have more info on Leah Margaret and Andrew and am looking for info on the DeHays, Nix, and Yarbers.

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