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Re: Mashburn, M.M. widowed - 1880 US Census,DawsonCo,GA
Posted by: Jean Coleman (ID *****2283) Date: February 05, 2010 at 15:36:34
In Reply to: Re: Mashburn, M.M. widowed - 1880 US Census,DawsonCo,GA by opaljean DeMarco of 1268


Horace Welborn Mashburn was b. 10 Oct 1880 in Fulton County, GA
info from his WWI Draft Card Registration of 1917-1918

He married Lillie Maude Baker who was born in GA @ 1884 (?)
(She is in the 1880 US Census, I believe - on LDS and listed as "crying"
as occupation!) Her mother is Martha Ann Bryant "Mattie" and father is John B. Baker.

the couple had two children:

Helen Evelyn Mashburn
John Welborn Mashburn.

Helen married Henry Jackson Smith, Sr. "Jack" to us. He was RR man
and died young.

Helen and "Jack" had son: Henry Jackson SMith, Jr. 1925-2007
He was born in Fulton County, GA and died in Senoia, Ga.
Jack was called "Little Jack" by the family. He married Anne
whose surname may have been Galyda...I have no proof.
They had children, but I do not know them. I think one daughter is Barbara.

John Welborn Mashburn was called Welborn by the family. He married 2 or 3 times - was WWII Veteran. I did not know his wives. I don't believe he had children. At the last he lived with his elderly mother and father.

Hope this helps.

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