I am looking to find information on my fifth great step-uncle Jesse Crumley/Crumbley/Crumbly & fifth great-double aunt Mary WYNN(E) Bailey Crumley/Crumbley/Crumbly.
Jesse was born about 1820 in Georgia & died in 1891 Georgia. In 1850 I believe he is the Jesse Crumbley residing with my fifth great-grandparents William & Susan HINSON/HENSON Wynn(e) in Division 93, Wilkinson County; 1860
he & Aunt Mary are living in Lord's, Wilkinson County. In 864 Jesse is listed in the 21st Senatorial District, 330th Militia District Wilkinson County 1864 Census for Re-organizing the Georgia Militia.
Aunt Mary was born 26 December 1821 Georgia died 01 December 1907 in Bulloch County, Georgia. Aunt Mary was first married to Uncle Oliver Harmon Bailey, brother of my fourth great-grandfather Winford Harrison Bailey who was married to Aunt Mary's sister Ann Wynn, 21 May 1839 Laurens County, Georgia. After Uncle Oliver's death Aunt Mary & Jesse married 12 May 1853 Wilkinson County, Georgia.
Though they are both still alive after the 1860 census I cannot seem to find them or any of the children in 1870, Jesse or Mary in 1880 or Mary in the 1900 census.
Uncle Oliver Harmon Sr. & Aunt Mary's children were:
Susannah(1840) married Calvin Wynne(1840- 1915)
Mary E.(1844) married John H. Wynn 06 January 1869
Henry Hampton Bailey(1847-1927)married Sarah C. Robertson(1853)on December 21, 1868. Henry's 2nd wife was Laura Keen (1856-1924)married 1881.
William W.(1850) married Fannie L. Bowen (1852)
Oliver Harmon Jr. (1851)
Aunt Mary & Jesse's Children:
Louisa(1853) married Erasmus A. Wynn 21 December 1876
Elizabeth(1859) married James Stuckey (1856)
Jesse Charles( ) married Amanda Kingery (1862)and later married Maud Mae Mallard(Maud was Samantha Bailey's daughter).
Jesse Crumbley, No. 7,401, Amt. $892 (recovered $360 per Macon Telegraph 4/22/1877
Property taken near Ball's Ferry by Sherman's Army,
Names mentioned: Ashley Wynn, Joel I. Deas, James R. Thompson, Payton Duncan, C.M. Lindsey, ? N. Bailey, Martha Jane Bailey - step daughter
Estate John Freeman
Thomas M. Freeman Adm, No. 15,682, Amt. $1,767.20 Rejected
Property taken near Toomsboro by Sherman's troops Nov 1864. Witnesses: James Steves, ?? Dickson. J. A. Thompson, F. M. Watkins, E. L. Miller, Marion Davis (daughter), Martha Bailey, Amy Freeman.
Names mentioned: Jesse Crumbley, C. M. Lindsey, William Bryan, J. Freeman, J. A. Deanes, J. Stevens, Sarah Celine Watkins, W. A. Baily, J. G. Freeman, William Dixon, S. Brady, Britton Horn, J. Jackson Elizabeth, Rogers, Faithy Honecut, J. I. Deese, E. J. Miller (son-in-law), A. J. Kemp, Sarah Miller, James Lord, William Wynn, J. W. Evans, John M. Garrett, Celia Watkins, Peyton Duncan,. J. A. Duncan, Jacob M. Freeman, Nancy M. Freeman. "married into of the most were disloyal people of the most bitter kind." He had five sons in the confederate army. Was paid $84. for the service of his slave in the defence of Savannah Dec. 1864.
Estate of John. H. Freeman,
No 15,681, Amt. $2,426 Rejected
Property taken near Toomsboro by Sherman's troops Nov 1864. Witnesses: W. W. Miller, F. M. Watkins, Enoch Miller, Julius B. Mathes, ? Holcombe, C. M. Lindsey, Mary M. Freeman (wife), Ann J Smith (daughter), Martha Bailey, W. W. Davis, Celia Watkins.
Names mentioned: J. M. Boone, J. G. Freeman, J. A. Deanes, James I Desse, Britan Horn, Sarah Miller, R. Thompson, S. P. Thompsn, James Stevens of Irwinton, Frances Dickson, William Dickson, J. Bloodworth
Sarah Miller, No. 7428, Amt. originally $2656, changed to $2363.50 Rejected
Property taken by Sherman's troops at Balls Ferry Nov 1864.
Her husband died June 1849, she has nine children living (in 1876): Wintford Walters, 51 years, E. T. Miller 49, W. E. Miller 47. Elizabeth Dees 46, J R F Miller 44, Humphry & David 40, ? P. Miller 28, Jack Miller 34, Henry G. Miller 37, Sarah Mayo 28. Farm was given to her by her father 32 years ago.
Witnesses: James I Deese, J. M. Sheppard, William H. H.Bailey, Phillis Strange, William Dixon, J. R. Thompson, J. Colson, W. Wynn, W. W. Bailey, W H Bailey, Sarah A. Mayo, S. Miller, Reddick Miller, Jesse Crumbly, H. D. Miller, J. Brady, James Garrett, William Bryan, M. Boone, C. M. Lindsey
Estate of William Wynn, No. 14,238, Amt. $6,510 Rejected
Property taken by Sherman's troops Nov. 1864. John E. Duncan, administrator of estate. Witnesses: Ashley Wynn, Joel Deese, James R. Thompson, Enoch Miller, Sarah Miller, Milton Davis, James E. Duncan, A. D. Miller, F. M. Watkins. Names mentioned: Willis W. Wynn, Jasper L. Wynn, J. F. Wynn, N. F. Wynn, McGowan, Jeff Howell, William Howell, J. G. Coalson, Ann Bailey, Jesse Crumbley, Elizabeth Wynn (daughter).. Had one son in the army - Braswell Wynn. He had to send a slave to Savannah to work on the breast works, so he sent Jack (John Tarbutton) who ran away and came back home. He hired William Howell to be the substitute of his son Braswell Wynn.
Where are they after the 1860 census? Where are they buried? Did the other children wed?
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