Vicki, That is interseting - due to the line skipped between Elbert and before the house/family # I never noticed that was the surname "Lee" for all below - there are 2 "W W" Lees listed here - interesting because this might be Warren's father - not brother, as this guy is 7O (b VA), and Warren (b GA) would have been only 47 and his probable brother Joel Lee (b GA) only 33 in 1870. This could be the g-kids at the g-parents' house?? There are two "W W"s (one b c 1864 and one b c 1854) - the one b 1854 was Warren's son - maybe the one b 1864 was the one called Warren West and the one b 1854 called William Warren??
The older W W seems te be gardening with his uncle Osborn J Register (who by the way before the Civil War was an MD but after the war was always jsut a gardener/greengrocer!)! Osborn was buried as Dr O J Register, though.
I think I have seen Warren and Sarah on a 1870 or 1880 census so maybe the g-kids were there for the summer??? One of the "W W"s (the younger one?) could have been the brother (listed with Warren in 1860 on the census in Macon Co., GA) Joel's?? Could one of the fathers been killed in the Civil War?
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Thank you, Celeste Holly
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