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Re: Elizabeth C. Black
Posted by: Lorene Honea (ID *****2775) Date: November 12, 2012 at 07:56:35
In Reply to: Re: Elizabeth C. Black by Thomas Kerwin of 21404

Elizabeth C Black (Radcliffe) aka (Ratliff) lived in 23 District of Talbot, Georgia in 1845 and 1850, Pleasant Hill, Georgia in 1860 , 1880 District 1086 in Spalding Georgia and Clayton Georgia in 1891 when she signed Power of Attorney document for widows pension on Richard Radcliffe Sr. born in 1813. I do not know when the name was changed from Radcliffe to Ratliff but he was list in Confederate Service under Radcliffe. I am not sure if he was born in Georgia, Alabama or Virginia. He died Nov. 30 1862 in Virginia and was buried during maneuvers. Their son Richard Radcliff Jr. was born in Polk, Georgia 1843 the e was drop on last name. He died on Oct 28, 1863 during same maneuvers. Both served in Talbot, Georgia Militia 27th Regiment under Captain Levi B. Smith. I just cannot find out any information on their parents.


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