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Re: William Perrien Scarborough's daughter Mary (Scarborough) ?Kersey?
Posted by: Gerry Hill (ID *****8882) Date: March 14, 2009 at 13:59:17
In Reply to: William Perrien Scarborough's daughter Mary (Scarborough) ?Kersey? by Regine Kersey of 469

I have Scarborough's in this area-though not this one (I have Turner who had Wm. Harrison Hand, married into another Scarborough family -dtr of)
I show
Married John Calvin Register b 29 Nov 1835 Laurens on 3 May 1855 Laurens
http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ghills&id=I04802 has children

My notes on Wm Perrin-
1814-Born
1825 also given as birth date. He is too young to be Lewis child- who died in 1820...
1820-Census
1830-Census
1832-Cherokee Land Lottery
73rd Military Dist
William, Silas, Turner & Perrin Scarborough got land
1840-Census
1850-Census Dist. 29-Laurens Co Ga
Perrien Scarborough 38 Overseer 200 Ga
Penelope 41
Sarah M 14
Mary E 15
William M 10 (13) See below Ga
Samuel 12
James 11
Henry N 6
James 7
Nancy H 3
1860-Aug 13- Census- Dublin, Laurens Co Ga/next to wife's father
Perren Scarborough(changed) 46 Farmer 1210 Ga
Penellopy 50 NC
Alcy G 19
Samuel F 17
Henry N 16
James P 14 All Ga
Nancy A 12
2 houses below him
Marshal Scarborough 23 Farmer 395 Ga
Sarah 21 Ga
Clementine 2
Mary E 8/12

1860 Census Taylor Co. Ga.Aug
Lewis 30,
Mary Simpson 23,
Joseph Henry 9,
Leonidas 5
Rachel Callie 4,
James F 9/12
Butler Co. Al near Greenville, he is buried
near the others in 1860 Taylor Co. Ga.

Hello,
I'm trying to find information on the parents of William Perrien Scarborough b. abt. 1812 Burke Co. d. 1867 Laurens Co. Thanks, dhodges519@bellsouth.net Dawn Hodges

Where can I find either a jpg or transcript of Samuel Franklin SCARBOROUGH Sr.'s Will? He presumably would have been the father of William Perrien SCARBOROUGH, who had a son named Samuel Franklin. Apr 08 Le LeBateman@att.net

Hi Seve,1999 Rootsweb note from HILLISGA@cs.com
I found a Miss Amelia Scarborough, b. Jan. 7, 1829, d. Jan.7, 1858, is buried
in the Wallace Cemetery, Jenkins Co., Ga.(from the book, Gravemarkers in
Burke Co., Ga.)
this is on the 1820 Burke Co., census:
Wm. Scarborough
males, 3 under 10, one 16 to under 26. females, one 16 to under 26.
1830 census Burke co.

William Scarborough
males, one under age 5, two ten to under 15, two 15 to under 20, one 30 to
under 40.
females, one under 5, three 5 to under 10, one 30 to under 40.

William also won land in the 1832 land lottery(Cherokee lands). He was living
in the 73rd militia district. Also living in the same dist. and won
land:Silas,Turner, and Perrin Scarborough.
I have found no mention of Theo, but there are numerous Scarboroughs listed
in land grants and other land lotteries. If you wqnt them also, let me know.
Sincerely, Sheryl Padgett


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