Found another note to add to your research there was an Arthur JR but apparently he was an adult not an orphan here is the info and other counties mentioned to research. So that could be the relationship the Arthur JR was in Natchez and seemed to be part of the Early Merchants, Military. He was a Trader with the choctaw, and MAYBE he named his son Jeremiah after his Brother? or Cousin depending on what the JR meant actual son or younger
RE Email correspondance with June Pollard
In reviewing that GA Carney keep in mind that GA the State claimed it's area to the MS River up til 1790 + which included MS/AL. Before the MS Territory and AL Territory was created (1819, AL) but the areas were disputed. in the 1790 Census the mentioned areas was counted as GA. other than what we have been discussing as British West FL, Spanish West Fl, and French LA. .That is something someone not used to researching the area may miss..
Atty Jim Carney in Nashville
The Arthur Carney of GA lived in St. Phillips Parish GA...and another item Jim wrote (in his own handwriting) was that this Arthur was a SR and had a son, JR...Arthur Sr. was a J.P. in St. Patrick's Parish in l774...also that Arthur Sr. had an only child, Margaret, who m. Thomas Elliott Law. They were m. in Liberty Co. GA 3-12-l789. Then this is very interesting on Onsby Carney who is a child of Mary/John Carney of VA: Onsby Carney to Isaac Williams, both of Wilks Co. deed May 18, l785 for 287l/2 A in WASHINGTON CO. Onesby was a Rev. Soldier sereving as a Minute Man."...good stuff! Cuz June
Myra, Onesby Carney was in GA at some point also but we haven't found any related info
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