Clarissa O'Conner died in 1916 and her obituary said she was the wife of James O'Conner and a sister of Hon. Charles Hamilton, deceased, and a granddaughter of the Revolutionary Soldier, Stewart Hamilton, to whose memory the Daughters of the American Revolution placed a marking tablet.
She was survived by eight children, Mrs. Mary A. Rogers, Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer, Mrs. Alice Parker, Mrs. Maggie Johnson, Mrs. C. A. Moore, Hon. James B. O’Conner, Mrs. Licinda Williams and Mrs. Eliza Fountain. One sister, Mrs. J. E. Palmer was still living.
Mary Ann O'Conner 1m. H. B. Braddy & 2m George W. Rogers
Elizabeth O'Conner married John Q. Palmer
Alice O'Conner married _____ Parker
Eliza O'Conner married David A. Fountain
Margie Ann O'Conner married William R. Johnson
Clarissa O'Conner married C A Moore or James Moore
James B. O'Conner married Elizabeth Palmer
Lucinda O'Conner married Robert L Williams
Hamilton Cemetery Montgomery County GA
Born 1835 Died Mar 13, 1917
Born in Ireland
CLARISA A. O’CONNER
Born Mar 16, 1836 Died Apr 17, 1916
[ Beside James O’Conner ]
WILLIAN RILEY JOHNSON
Born Feb 15, 1875 Died Aug 17, 1917
The 1910 Montgomery County census, Page 278, 1668 Militia District shows W. R. Johnson MW, age 35 married 18 years and wife Margie Johnson FW, age 37, Married 18 years and her father was born in Ireland. Children were listed as, H. V., Mary F., Rosa B., Addie L., and Beulah Johnson
William Riley Johnson died and a Masonic Memorial was printed in the Thursday December 13, 1917 county newspaper. It said He was born in Washington county Georgia on February 13, 1875 and moved to Montgomery county in 1892. He married Miss Maggie O'Conner of near Kibbee on March 19, 1893. He died on August 17, 1917 and left a wife and five children. He was buried in the Hamilton Cemetery near Kibbee.
Do you think Margie O'Conner Johnson moved to Colquiit County after her husband died?
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