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Eugenia Angaretta Jones[1, 2, 3, 4]

Female 1856 - 1926


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  • Alt. Birth  Abt 1854 
    • In the 1860 Census, she was listed as "Angeretta," age 6, corresponding to a birth year of about 1854.
    Born  7 Feb 1856  , Blakely, Early County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender  Female 
    Alt. Birth  7 Feb 1857  [1
    • Her death certificate lists her birth year as 1857, but census data and her tombstone suggest that the year was 1856. Also, her obituary mentions that she lived more than 70 years.
    Census: Federal  20 Jul 1860  , , Early County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    • 1) James B. Jones, male age 31, clerk, $1,000 real estate, $500 personal estate, born in GA
      2) Mary F. L. Jones, female age 24, born in GA
      3) Elizabeth Jones, female age 10, born in GA, attended school
      4) Angeretta Jones, female age 6, born in GA, attended school
      5) Donella Jones, female age 4, born in GA
      6) Eugenia Jones, female age 2, born in GA
      7) Narcissa Jones, female age 17, born in GA
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    Education  Between 1868 and 1872  , Blakely, Early County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    Blakely Academy 
    • "Prof. John W. Dozier taught from 1868 to 1871 or 2. Among the pupils who attended school under Professor Dozier were:...Delia Jones (Gremmer), Ettie Jones (Harrell)."
    Alt. Death  Y  [2
    • Although her tombstone shows the date of death as 16 Dec 1927, her death certificate shows it correctly as 16 Dec 1926. Her obituary was also printed in 1926 (23 Dec). The tombstone was erected "in loving memory of" Eugenia and may likely have been purchased at a much later date.
    Census: Federal  1 Jun 1870  , Blakely, Early County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    • 1) Jas. B. Jones, white male age 40, ordinary of Early County, $1,800 real estate, $800 personal estate, born in FL
      2) Sallie R. Jones, white female age 35, keeping house, born in FL
      3) Agurritta Jones, white female age 13, born in GA, attended school
      4) Donella F. Jones, white female age 11, born in GA, attended school
      5) Adeline Jones, white female age 9, born in GA, attended school
      6) Rich H. Powell, white male age 28, lawyer, born in GA
      7) Elbert Hayes, white male age 20, Hayes Saloon, born in GA, cannot read or write
      8) Eliza Harris, white female age 20, home servant, born in GA, cannot read or write
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    News Article  7 Sep 1876  , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    The Weekly Democrat 
    • under Blakely News:
      "Local Items: Mrs. C. L. Harrell, of Bainbridge, spent last week and the week before in Blakely on a visit to her father, Judge J. B. Jones. She returned home on Monday morning last, carrying her sister, Miss Delia, with her."
    News Article  10 Aug 1877  , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    The Weekly Democrat 
    • "Short Stops: Mrs. C. L. Harrell of Bainbridge, is now on a visit to her relatives and friends in Blakely. She is accompanied by Miss Fannie May Johnson."
    News Article  12 Sep 1879  , Blakely, Early County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    The Early County News 
    • Under "Short Stops":
      "Mrs. Charles Harrell, of Bainbridge, accompanied by Miss Fannie May Johnson and Miss Clifford Harrell, recently spent several days with her father's family, Judge J. B. Jones, in this place."
    Census: Federal  2 Jun 1880  , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    • 1) Charles L. Harrell, head, white male age 27, merchant, born in GA, parents born in GA
      2) Ettie E. Harrell, wife, white female age 24, keeping house, born in GA, parents born in GA
      3) Willie J. Harrell, son, single white male age 6, born in GA
      4) Ella Harrell, daughter, single white female age 4, born in GA
      5) Jake Williams, servant, single black male age 16, cannot read or write, born in GA, parents born in GA
    News Article  6 Nov 1884  , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
    The Weekly Democrat 
    • "Short Stops: Mrs. Charlie Harrell and Mrs. T. B. Gremmer, of bainbridge, accompanied by their little ones have been in Blakely since last Thursday night visiting the family of their father, Judge J. B. Jones."
    Petition for Twelve Months Support  14 May 1896  , , Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    • Petition for 12 Months Support.

      State of Georgia, Decatur County.
      To the Honorabble Court of Ordinary of said County:
      The petition of Mrs Eugenia A Harrell
      respectfully showeth that Charles L Harrell late of said
      County, departed this life on the 29th day of July 1895 leaving your petitioner,
      his widow, and Five minor children surviving him, and she prays your Honorable
      Court, in conformity with the statute in such case made and provided, to appoint five discreet and proper persons to act as
      appraisers in setting apart to your petitioner and her 5 minor children, as aforesaid, the sum necessary, in their
      judgment, for their supportand maintenance for the space of twelve months from the death of said
      Charles L Harrell of your petitioner and her children, either in money or such
      property as may be selected by your petitioner at a fair valuation to be made by said appraisers. And, also, to set apart
      a sufficient amount of household furniture for the use of your petitioner and her children, and if it should appear on a
      just appraisement the Estate does not exceed five hundred dollars, you are to set aside the whole Estate. And, Further, to
      require said appraisers to return to you for record, their proceedings. And your petitioner will ever pray, etc.
      Mrs Eugenia A Harrell, Petitioner.
      By T J Williams

      Decatur Court of Ordinary--At Chambers.
      Upon the foregoing application of Mrs Eugenia A Harrell the widow
      of Charles L Harrell, deceased, for the appointment of appraisers
      to set apart to said widow and her 5 minor children a sum necessary for their support and maintenance for
      the space of twelve months, out of the estate of said Charles L Harrell
      deceased, and also, to set apart for the use of said widow and children a sufficient amount of household furniture.
      It is ordered that R A Lytle H L Gan
      W G Mathis E J Willis & E C Belcher
      be and they are hereby appointed appraisers, and they, or a majority of them, are hereby empowered to set off and assign
      to the said Eugenia A Harrell, widow of Charles L Harrell
      deceased, late of said County, and her 5 minor children, out of the estate of said deceased, a sum necessary for the
      support and maintenance of said widow and children for the space of twelve months; and, also, a sufficient amount
      of household furniture for the use of said widow and children. And the said sum so set apart as aforesaid to be either
      in money or such property as the said widow may select, at a fair valuation, to be made by said appraisers.
      Further ordered, that said appraisers return to me for Record all their proceeding in the premises.
      Given under my hand and official signature, this 14th day of May, 18__.
      C J Munnerlyn, ordinary Decatur County.

      Georgia, Decatur county.
      To the Honorable Court of Ordinary of said County.
      We, the undersigned, appointed by the Honorable the Ordinary of said County of Decatur,
      to assess and set apart a sum necessary for the support and maintenance of the widow and minor children of
      C L Harrell, deceased, for the space of twelve months, either
      in money or such property as the said widow may elect, do report, that we have assessed and set apart as being necessary
      for the support and maintenance of said widow and children in the sum of Twenty two
      hundred & fifty Dollars, which the said widow has selected
      to take as follows: out of the monies & stock of goods belonging to the late C L Harrell
      In Witness Whereof, We have hereto set our hands and seals, this 25 day of May 1896
      R A Lyrte LS
      A L Gaines LS
      W G matthews LS
      E J Willis LS
      E C Belcher LS
      Court of Ordinary, Decatur County, GA.
      July Term, 1896
      The report of the Appraisers appointed to set apart to the widow and minor children of
      C L Harrell the provision allowed by law, being read, and it
      appearing that legal notice has been given and served on the representative of said estate, and no objection being filed to
      the same at this term of the Court, and it being satisfactory to the court in all respects, it is ordered that the same be ad-
      mitted to record, and stand as the Judgment of this Court.
      C Munnerlyn
      Ordinary Decatur County, Ga.
    Letter of Administration  5 Oct 1896  , , Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [14
    Permanent 
    • Georgia Decatur County
      To the Ordinary of said County
      The petition of E A Harrell respectfully showeth
      that C L Harrell resident of said county departed
      this life on the [left blank] day of July 1895 leaving your peti-
      tioner as his next of Kin, and also leaving a large
      estate of real and personal property worth the sum of
      [left blank] dollars; and at the time of his death
      the said C L Harrell was entirely intestate, as your
      petitioner belives and herein alleges. Wherefore, she prays
      the usual citation in such cases to issue in order that she
      may obtain permanent letters of Administration on C. L.
      Harrells estate and your petitioner will ever pray.
      Oct 5- 1896Sig Nussbaum
      Atty for E A Harrell

      Decatur Court of Ordinary1897
      The above petition of E A Harrell that she may obtain
      Letters of Administration having been read and considered
      by me, ordered that the usual citation issue.
      C J Munnerlyn
      Ordinary

      Decatur Court of Ordinary Mch Term 1897
      Citation having been duly issued and published requiring all
      and singular next of Kin and creditors of C. L. Harrell deceased
      late of said County, to appear at this term and show cause, if
      any they could, why permanent Letters of Administration should not
      be granted to E A Harrell of said County; and they the parties so
      cited making no valid objections in the premises, it is ordered by
      the court that Letters of Administration issue to E A Harrell as
      Administratrix of C. L. Harrell upon her giving bond and se-
      curity in the sum of Six Hundred dollars and taking the
      usual oath of office
      C J Munnerlyn
      Ordinary
    Petition to Sell Real Estate  4 Mar 1897  , , Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [15
    • Georgia. Decatur County
      I swear I will faithfully administer the Estate of
      C. L. Harrell and distribute the proceeds of said Estate as
      the Law directs- so help me God
      sworn to and subscribed before me Mrs E A Harrell
      this March 4th 1897
      C J Munnerlyn
      Ordinary
      Georgia Decatur County
      To the Hon Court of Ordinary of said County
      The Petition of E. A. Harrell Administratrix of the Estate of C L
      Harrell respectfully shows: That her intestate was at the time
      of his death the owner of half interest in all of lot of
      land number Forty eight in the 20th district except 70 acres
      in the North east corner of said lot, and an undivided one
      fourth interest in and to lot of land number one hundred and
      sixty nine, all [space left blank] of said lands lying, being and
      situated in said County of Decatur;
      Your Petitioner further shows that she desires to sell said lands
      for the purpose of distribution among the allowing her to sell said
      lands at Public outcry, after advertising the same according
      to law-
      Donalson X Hawes
      Peffs atty
      Georgia Decatur County
      Court of Ordinary April Term 1897.
      Upon reading the foregoing Petition it is ordered that citation
      issue therein and be published as the law requires-
      C J Munnerlyn Ordinary
      Decatur Court of Ordinary May Term 1897
      The Written Petition of E A Harrell as Administratrix of the Estate of C L
      Harrell deceased, praying for leave to sell the land of said deceased
      having been duly filed, and it appearing that notice of the same
      having been published, as required by law; that it is necessary for the
      purpose of paying Debts and distribution among the heirs, that
      said land be sold, and no objection being filed thereto, it is ordered by
      the Court that the said land be, and she is hereby granted leave to sell, for
      the purpose aforesaid, the following described land of said deceased;
      one half interest in all of lot of land No 48 in the 20th Dist except 70
      acres in the North east corner of said lot and an undivided
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    Letter of Administration  5 Apr 1897  , , Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [16
    Permanent 
    • Georgia, Decatur County.
      By the Honorable the Ordinary of Said County.
      Whereas, C L Harrell of this County,
      lately died intestate; having while he lived, and at the time of his death,
      divers Lands and Tenements, Goods, Rights and Credits, within the County aforesaid,
      by means whereof the full disposition and power of granting the administration of all
      and singular, the Goods, Rights and Credits of the said deceased, and also auditing the
      accounts, calculation and reckonings of said administration, and a final dismission of
      the same to the Ordinary of said County, do of right belong: I, desiring that the Lands
      and Tenements, Goods, Rights and Credits of said deceased, may be well and truly
      administered, converted and disposed of, do hereby grant unto E A Harrell
      full power, by the tenor of these presents, to administer the Lands and Tenements, Goods,
      Rights and Credits of said deceased, which to he in his lifetime and at the
      time of his death did belong, and to ask, levy, recover and receive the same, and
      pay the debts in which the deceased stood bound, so far forth as his Land and
      tenements, Goods, Rights and Credits will extend, according to their rate and order of
      Law, being first sworn on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God, to make a true and per-
      fect Inventory thereof, and to exhibit the same to the Ordinary in the County aforesaid,
      in order to be recorded, on or before the _____ day of May next
      ensuing, and to render a just and true account of said administration, when thereto re-
      quired; and you are hereby ordained, constituted and appointed Administrator of
      all and singular the Lands and Tenements, Goods, Rights and Credits of said deceased.
      In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of
      my office, this 5th day of April One Thousand Eight Hundred
      and ninety seven
      C J Munnerlyn
      Ordinary Decatur County
    Petition to Sell Real Estate  Jul 1897  , , Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [17
    • Georgia Decatur County
      To the Ordinary of said County
      The Petition of E A Harrell as Administratrix of the Estate
      of C L Harrell deceased, showeth that the estate of said
      deceased consists: one half undivided interest in
      the following described real estate to wit:-
      That lot of land in the City of Bainbridge, described as
      follows: Bounded on North by property of J S Desvergex on
      East by property of M N Paulett on South by Water Street and
      on West by West street on which lots are erected one two
      story Brick Stone house and a one story wood store house
      bounded on west by Webster st on North by Colored
      Baptist church, on south by property of Dolly Fleming
      and on East by property of V Berry and that for the
      purpose of Distribution it is necessary to sell the
      said land. Wherefore, Petitioner prays an order directing
      citation to issue and be published as the law requires
      and if no good cause be shown to the contrary, your
      Petitioner be granted leave to sell said land.
      Donalson and Hawes Petitioner Attys

      Decatur Court of Ordinary July Term 1897
      Upon reading the foregoing Petition it is ordered
      that citation issue therein and be published as the law
      requires.
      C J Munnerlyn Ordinary

      Decatur Court of Ordinary August Term 1897
      The Written Petition of E A Harrell as Administratrix of the
      Estate of C L Harrell deceased praying for leave to sell land of
      said deceased, having been duly filed, and it apprearing that notice
      of the same has been published as required by law; that
      it is necessary for the purpose of Distribution that
      said land be sold, and no objection being filed thereto
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      18 and 48 in the 22d District said County consisting
      of 250 acres more or less and 13 acres of land
      with House upon it in Attapulgus 20th Dist
      being part of Lot 97.
      C J Munnerlyn. Ordinary

      Georgia Decatur County
      To the Ordinary of said County
      The Petition of E A Harrell as Administratrix of the Estate
      of C L Harrell deceased, showeth that the estate of said
      deceased consists: one half undivided interest in
      the following described real estate to wit:-
      That lot of land in the City of Bainbridge, described as
      follows: Bounded on North by property of J S Desvergex on
      East by property of M N Paulett on South by Water Street and
      on West by West street on which lots are erected one two
      story Brick Stone house and a one story wood store house
      bounded on west by Webster st on North by Colored
      Baptist church, on south by property of Dolly Fleming
      and on East by property of V Berry and that for the
      purpose of Distribution it is necessary to sell the
      said land. Wherefore, Petitioner prays an order directing
      citation to issue and be published as the law requires
      and if no good cause be shown to the contrary, your
      Petitioner be granted leave to sell said land.
      Donalson and Hawes Petitioner Attys

      Decatur Court of Ordinary July Term 1897
      Upon reading the foregoing Petition it is ordered
      that citation issue therein and be published as the law
      requires.
      C J Munnerlyn Ordinary

      Decatur Court of Ordinary August Term 1897
      The Written Petition of E A Harrell as Administratrix of the
      Estate of C L Harrell deceased praying for leave to sell land of
      said deceased, having been duly filed, and it apprearing that notice
      of the same has been published as required by law; that
      it is necessary for the purpose of Distribution that
      said land be sold, and no objection being filed thereto
      it is ordered by the Court that the said land be, and she
      is hereby granted leave to sell, for the purpose aforesaid
      the following described land of said deceased:
      one half undivided one half interest in the following de-
      scribed real estate to wit: That lot of land in the city of
      Bainbridge described as follows: Bounded on the North by property
      of J. S. Desverges and East by property of M N Paulett and south
      by Water street and on west by Webster street in which lot
      are erected one two story Brick stone house and a one
      story wood store house. Also Three lots and the tenement
      houses erected thereon bounded on west by Webster st
      on north by Colored Baptist church on south by property
      of Dolly Fleming and East by property of V Berry.
      CJ Munnerlyn
      Ordinary
    Guardianship Bond  7 Nov 1898  , , Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [18
    • State of Georgia To the Ordinary of said County
      Decatur County The Petition of S J Chesnut Guardian for
      Chas L J Douglass Herbert, Fred and Hodgkiss Harrell
      minor children of C L Harrell deceased respectfully
      shows First that he is so situated in business and
      other ways that he cannot give the estate of his wards
      the attention that it needs Secondly: That being So
      situated the estate of his said wards will Suffer for
      the proper attention and care, unless some competent
      person is placed in charge there of, Thirdly Your peti
      tioner therefore desires to resign the said trust of Guardi
      an for the afore mentioned children, minors of the Said
      C L Harrell deceased Fourthly: Your petitioner brings
      E A Harrell and suggests that she be appointed in
      his stead as Guardian for the aforementioned wards
      and thereupon have settlement with Your petitioner
      Fifthly Therefore your petitioner prays that said E A Harrell
      be cited and also the nearest of kin to show cause
      if any they have why your petitioner should not be
      discharged from his said trust of Guardian as aforesaid
      S J Chesnut
      Guardian
      State of GeorgiaNov Term 1898
      Court of Ordinary Decatur County
      The above and foregoing petition of S J Chesnut
      Guardian to resign the Guardianship of Chas L J Douglass
      Herbert Fred and Hodgkiss Harrell minors of C L
      Harrell deceased being read and considered and
      and sufficient proof being shown for allowing
      a citation to issue it is ordered that the citation issue
      as prayed for
      This Nov 7th 1898T B Maxwell Ordinary
      State of Georgia in
      Decatur County
      To all whom it may concern S J
      Chesnut of said county Guardian for Chas L J Douglass Herbert
      Fred and Hodgkiss Harrell minor children of C L Harrell
      deceased having applied to me to resign the trust as
      Guardian for his said wards, of said county This is to
      cite E A Harrell and also the next of kin said wards
      to appear at the next term of the court of Ordinary
      in and for said county to be held on the first Mon
      day in December 1898 and show cause, if any they
      can why the said S J Chesnut should not be allowed
      to resign his Guardian ship for said minor children
      Witness my Official Signature This 7th day of Nov 1898
      T B Maxwell
      Ordinary
      Decatur Court of Ordinary
      December Term 1898
      It appearing to the court that citation for Discharge
      from the Guardianship of Chas L. J Douglass Herbert Fred
      and Hodgkiss Harrell has been duly issued and published
      and it also appearing to the court from a thorough exam
      ination of all the proceedings of said S J Chesnut Guardi
      an of said minors and there being no solid objection
      offered why said S J Chesnut Should not be discharged
      from his Guardianship It is ordered by the court that
      he be and is hereby discharged and that letters
      of dismission be issued to him
      This December 7th 1898
      T B Maxwell
      Ordinary
      Decatur Court of Ordinary November Term 1898
      By consent of Mrs E A Harrell for Letters of Guardian
      ship for her children Chas L J. Douglas Herbert
      Fred and Hodgkiss Harrell Minors Heirs of
      C L Harrell Deceased Ordered that Said
      E A Harrell Natural Guardian be and
      she is hereby appointed Guardian of the person
      and property and said minor children and
      that letters of Guardianship issue to her upon
      her taking and subscribing the oath and
      Giving the Bond required by law The amount
      of said Bond being hereby fixed at Sixty-Two Hundred & Foty Dollars
      This Dec 6th 1898
      T B Maxwell Ordinary
      Oath
      Georgia Decatur County
      I- E A Harrell do swear that I will
      well and truly perform all the duties required
      of me as Natural Guardian of Chas L J Douglass
      Herbert Fred and Hodgkiss Harrell minors
      and will faithfully account with my wards
      for their estate so help me God.
      E A Harrell
      Sworn to and subscribed before me this 21 day of December 1898
      T B Maxwell Ordinary
    Guardianship Bond  14 Jun 1899  , , Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [19
    • Georgia Decatur To the Ordinary of Said
      County County.
      The petition of E A Harrell a resident of Said
      state respectfully shows that Olive W Harrell nee
      Womack is a minor over the age of fourteen years
      residing in said county; That there is coming
      to her from the estate of her uncle George W Thompson
      deceased a resident of the State of Virginia Chatham County
      Property of the probable value of One Hundred & fifty Dollars
      That Petitioner desires to be appointed Guardian of the
      person and property of said minor and that Said
      minor has selected your petitioner as such Guardian
      Wherefore petitioner prays that an order be passed Sanc
      tioning such selection and appointing petitioner Guar
      dian of the person and property of said minor
      Mrs E A Harrell Petitioner
      I hereby select Mrs E A Harrell as Guar
      dian of my person and property
      This 14th day of June 1899 Olive W. Harrell

      Georgia
      Decatur County Ordinarys Office June 14th 1899
      The foregoing application of Mrs E A Harrell
      to be appointed Guardian of Olive W Harrell a minor
      coming on to be heard and the facts alleged being shown
      by said minor appearing judicious it is ordered that
      said E A Harrell be and she is hereby appointed
      Guardian of the person and property of said Olive W Harrell
      upon her giving Bond and security in the sum of
      three Hundred Dollars and taking the Oath of Office
      T. B. Maxwell Ordinary

      Georgia Decatur County
      I Mrs E A Harrell do solomnly swear that I will well
      and truly perform the duties required of me as Guardian of
      Olive W Harrell and faithfully account with my said ward
      for her Estate so help me God Mrs E A Harrell
      June 14th 1899
      T B Maxwell Ordy
    Petition to Sell Real Estate  6 Nov 1899  , , Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [20
    • Georgia Decatur County
      To the Ordinary of Said County
      The Petition of Mrs E A Harrell respectfully Showeth
      1st That she is the regularly appointed Guardian
      of Fred and Hotchkiss Harrell both of said County
      2 That the property she holds as such Guardian is en
      tirely insufficient for the maintenance and education of her
      said wards
      3 That the welfare of said Fred and Hotchkiss Harrell will
      be promoted by selling a portion of their property, and
      applying the proceeds judiciously to their education
      and other necessary expenses
      4 The said Fred and Hotchkiss Harrell are the owners of
      the remainder interest in the following property to wit
      All that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the
      city of Bainbridge Decatur County Georgia bounded
      on the North by shotwell street, on the East by prop
      -erty of Mrs E A Harrell now occupied by Dr S J
      Chesnutt on the South by property of Dr Jno E Toole
      formerly Mrs F S Harrell, and on the West by West
      street containing 7/16 of an acre more or less
      Your petitioner owns a life interest in Said
      property Wherefore petitioner prays as said
      remainder interest of he said wards is totally
      unproductive to them, that the usual citation be published
      and that leave be granted to sell said remainder interest, and
      that she be directed as to how the same shall be appropriated
      A H Russell & M E ONeal
      Attys for Petitioner
      Court of Ordinary November Term Nov 6 1899
      The foregoing petition read and considered Ordered
      that the usual citation do issue & be published in the
      paper in which the sheriffs advertisements are published
      as provided by Law
      T B Maxwell Ordinary.
      Georgia
      Decatur County
      Notice is hereby given that Mrs E A Harrell
      Guardian for Fred and Hotchkiss Harrell has applied to the
      Ordinary for leave to sell land belonging to said Fred & Hotchkiss
      Harrell for the purpose of education and support of said wards
      Said application will be heard at the regular term of the court
      or Ordinary for said county to be held of the first Monday
      in December 1899 This 6 day of Oct 1899
      T B Maxwell Ordinary
      Georgia
      Decatur County Court of Ordinary Dec Term 1899
      Mrs E A Harrell Guardian of Fred and Hotchkiss Harrell having duly applied by
      petition for leave to sell certain land herein after described belonging to said
      wards for the purpose of their support and maintenance and, notice of
      said application having been published once a week for four weeks
      in the gazetts in which the county advertisements are
      published, and it being made to appear to the court upon
      hearing said petition that the same is true, and that the
      annual profit of the Estate of said wards is insufficient
      for their education and maintenance it is ordered that leave
      is hereby granted and Mrs E A Harrell said Guardian
      is hereby authorized to sell the remainder interest in
      all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the
      City of Bainbridge Decatur County Georgia bounded on
      the North by Shotwell Street on the east by property
      of Mrs E A Harrell now occupied by Dr S J Chesnut
      on the South by property of Dr Jno E Toole former
      ly Mrs F S Harrrell and on the West by West Street
      containing seven sixteenth of an acre more or less of Fred
      and Hotchkiss Harrell at the usual time and place
      giving the usual notice. And it is further ordered
      that said Mrs E A Harrell report to this court
      the net proceeds of said sale When direction
      will be given by the court of Ordinary as to how
      the same shall be appointed
      This December 4th 1899
      T B Maxwell Ordinary
    News Article  7 Dec 1899  , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    The Post-Searchlight 
    • "Guardian's sale: Under and by virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of said county, I will offer and expose for sale to the highest and best bidder, before the court house door in the city of Bainbridge, said county, on the first Tuesday in January next, during the legal hours of sale the following described property to wit: The remainder interest of my wards, Fred and Hotchkiss Harrell, in and to all that tract or parcel of land situated, lying and being in the city of Bainbridge, Decatur County, Ga., bounded on the north by Shotwell street, on the east by property occupied by Dr. S. J. Chestnut on the south by property of Dr. John E. Toole, on the west by West Street and containing (7-16) seven-sixteenths of an acre more or less, said remainder of interest to take effect after the death of Mrs. E. A. Harrell. Sold for the educational maintenance of my said wards.
      Mrs. E. A. Harrell, as Guardian"
    Census: Federal  6 Jun 1900  Broughton Street, Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [21
    • 1) Etta Harrell, head, widowed white female age 44, mother of 8, 6 living, born Feb 1856 in GA, parents born in GA, boarding house owner
      2) Chas. Harrell, son, single white male age 19, born May 1881 in GA, liveryman
      3) Douglas Harrell, son, single white male age 17, born Mar 1883 in GA
      4) Herbert Harrell, son, single white male age 13, born Aug 1886 in GA
      5) Fred Harrell, son, single white male age 10, born Sep 1889 in GA
      6) Hotchkiss Harrell, son, single white male age 9, born May 1891 in GA
      7) Olive Harrell, boarder, single white female age 17, born Oct 1882 in GA, parents born in GA
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    Petition to Sell Real Estate  1 Aug 1904  , , Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [22
    • Georgia Decatur County
      To the Ordinary of said County
      The petition of Mrs E A Harrell Guardian of C L Harrell and Douglass
      Harrell who are of age and Herbert Harrell Fred Harrell and Hodgkiss Harrell
      minors; Shows that the property she holds as Guardian is entirely insufficient
      for the maintenance and education of said minors: that the income from all
      the property of said wards does not amount to more than $150.00 per year That
      the necessary expenses of said wards amounts to $200.00 each per year. That the
      welfare of said wards and their best interest, will be promoted by selling all of said
      property and applying the proceeds judiciously to the education and maintenance
      of said minors also the two of said wards who are of age and ready for a settle-
      ment, and out of the proceeds of said sale your petitioner desires to settle with the
      Two who are of age, and for an equal division between joint owners thereof.
      That the property in the hands of your petitioner as Guardian is real
      estate as follows Vacant lot on Calhoun street house and lot on Planters st
      House and lot on Evans st and one half interest in three nigro houses
      lying South of the Colored Baptist church Wherefor your petitioner prays
      leave to sell all of said property in her hands as Guardian aforesaid and a di-
      rection as to how the same shall be appropriated. Mrs E A Harrell. Guardian

      Decatur Court of Ordinary July Term 1904
      Upon reading the foregoing Petition it is ordered that citation issue therein
      and be published as the law requires T B Maxwell. Ordinary.

      Decatur Court of Ordinary Aug Term Aug 1st 1904
      The written Petition of Mrs E A Harrell as Guardian of C L Harrell Herbert Harrell
      Douglas Harrell Fred & Hodgkiss Harrell praying for leave to sell the land of said wards
      having been duly filed and it appearing that notice of the same has been published as
      required by law; that it is necessary for the purpose of an equal division among
      joint owners & for maintenance & support of minors, that said land be sold and
      no objection being filed thereto it is ordered by the court that the said Mrs A E
      Harrell Guardian be and she is hereby granted leave to sell for the purpose aforesaid
      the following described land, lying and being in the City of Bainbridge said
      state and County. One vacant lot on Calhoun st bounded East by property of
      Mrs E C Helton South by Mrs E A Harrell Guardian West by Fred Smith Also house
      & lot bounded North by Mrs E A Harrell Guardian East by Mrs D M Mitchell South by
      Planters st and West by L Nussbaum, Also house & lot on Evans st bounded
      North by Evans st East by property of Lamon[?] south by Donalson and West by Hattie
      Martin. Also three tenant houses on Webster st bounded North by Colored
      Bpatist church East by V Berry and south by G R Hutton and West by Webster st.
      And that the net sales of said property be equally divided among the joint own-
      ers thereof And that the said Guardian pay out for said minors named Such
      amounts as necessity demands and make a full report as the law requires
      of the funds received and disbursed.T B Maxwell
      Ordinary.
    Census: Federal  15 Apr 1910  224 Broughton Street, Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [23
    • 1) Eugenia A. Harrell, head, widowed white female age 56, married 40 years, mother of 8, 6 living, born in GA, father born in NC, mother born in GA, keeper of a boarding house, owned a home
      2) Hodgkiss Harrell, son, single white male age 20, born in GA, clerk at a beer saloon
      3) Belle Harrell, daughter-in-law, white female age 20, married 6 months, born in GA, mother born in SC, father born in FL, stenographer at a lawyer's office
      4) William L. Walker, boarder, white male age 37, married 2 years, born in GA, father born in GA, mother born in SC, telephone electrician
      5) Hattie Walker, boarder, white female age 33, born in ?, parents born in Canada
      6) Guy C. Butler, boarder, white male age 33, married 6 years, born in SC, parents born in SC, accountant for railroad
      7) Jewell? Butler, boarder, white female age 27, mother of 1, 1 living, born in GA, parents born in GA,
      8) Guy C. Jr. Butler, boarder, single white male age 4, born in GA
      9) John L. Preston, boarder, single white male age 26, born in Al, parents born in AL, accountant for railroad
      10) Chas. F. Williams, boarder, widowed white male age 26, born in AL, parents born in AL, furniture salesman
      11) Oliver E. Jones, boarder, single white male age 24, born in GA, parents born in GA, lueuian? for telephone company
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    Census: Federal  3 Jan 1920  Broughton Street, Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [24
    • 1) Mrs. E. A. Harrell, head, widowed white female age 64, born in GA, parents born in GA, owned a home and business (name illegible)
      2) Herbert Harrell, son, single white male age 33, born in GA, automobile sales?
      3) K. J. Castleberry, boarder, married white male age 35, born in GA, worked in a store
      4) Hattie? Castleberry, boarder, married white female age 22?, born in SC, worked in a retail store
      5) J. Douglas Harrell, boarder, married white male age 37, born in GA, worked in a grocery store
      6) Belle Harrell, wife, married white female age 27?, born in SC, stenographer for a factory
      7) Mary Elizabeth Harrell, daughter, single white female age 6, born in GA
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    Died  16 Dec 1926  , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Cause: acute indigestion (30 min.); arteriosclerosis 
    Buried  18 Dec 1926  Oak City Cemetery, Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
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    Obituary  23 Dec 1926  , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [25
    The Post-Searchlight 
    • "Mrs. Eddie Harrell Dies Thursday: Mrs. Eddie Harrell died suddenly Thursday afternoon at her home on Broughton Street, where she has lived for many years. This will be sad news to the people of this county and especially the older citizens who have known and loved this good woman for more than seventy years. A long and useful life closed when she passed away. If any woman ever fulfilled the life of a woman Mrs. Harrell was that woman. Raised a goodly family of sons and daughters, ever true to the religious convictions imbibed in her young days and clung to them in the face of all kinds of sorrow and adversities, she lived a full and useful life. She was truly a Decatur county woman, raised here, raised her sons and daughters, her grand sons and grand daughters right here in the county and interested in every phase of community life over a long term of years.
      A mother in Israel that lived the life allotted to her as best she could, and with great glory to her self and her family. She saw the town grow from a struggling village to a real city. She saw the county hewn out of the wilderness by her own, along with other pioneers that have made this county an empire. She saw the straggling bridle paths grow into paved streets and the little churches grow into the magnificent buildings they are today. A history of an useful life was here and as she saw these things come to history of an useful life was hers and as she saw these things come to pass, as a mother and a wife she did her woman's part towards the development thereof. A widow for many years she was a business woman in every sense of the word and more than casually interested in business and progressive affairs as she loved to see her native town and country grow. Stalwart and strong business men of today were little boys playing about the streets when she took up the burden of rearing a family and attending to both business and home affairs of the family. She has filled a place in community life that has been unique and useful for years. She served the community in a capacity that helped to build up citizenry. For many years she took boarders and many young men that are good business men lived at her home and there under the atmosphere of that home caught a reflection of their own and never did they get far from the teachings of their own home in hers. Ever kind, ever cheerful, and helpful she did much to make life pleasant for those about her.
      Mrs. Harrell was born in Blakely, Ga., and was a daughter of Mrs. Mamie Jones of that city. She was married December 12, 1872, to Mr. C. L. Harrell and from this union was five sons and one daughter. Mr. Harrell died in 1895 leaving her a widow with six children. Mrs. S. J. Chestnut of Bainbridge, C. L. Harrell, of Bainbridge, J. D. Harrell, of Miami, Fla., H. M. Harrell, F. J. Harrell and Hodkiss Harrell, of Jacksonville, Fla. She also leaves a brother, J. B. Jones of Blakely. She had twelve grandchildren and three great grand children.
      The funeral was held at the home of Mrs. S. J. Chestnut on Saturday afternoon and Rev. J. E. Wood of the Presbyterian church, Rev. C. A. Jackson of the Methodist church and Rev. H. H. Shell of the Baptist church all taking part in the services. A large crowd of her old friends and loved ones attended the last sad rites and they grieved for their old friend. The funeral was in charge of the Bainbridge Undertaking Company. The pall bearers were H. J. Bruton, C. G. Willis, Frank S. Jones, M. E. Nussbaum, D. D. Boozer and M. E. O'Neal.
      It is difficult to faithfully portray the life of a good and useful woman but not sad. Not sad because the mission has been fulfilled and the deceased only enters into a well earned rest and reward. Sustained all through a long and useful life by the love and counsel of her Lord she is now entering into that long promised reward that she so faithfully strove for. A type of woman that is fast passing away from the scene of action, the pioneer woman and to such women, mothers and wives of the men that made this wilderness a nation, much is due. Theirs the burden to rear the men strong enough to meet the occasion and theirs to suffer and work, and theirs to enter into that reward when the time comes. There is not as much sadness in the death of a woman like this, only the grief of the loved ones over losing her presence. It has been truthfully said: 'In life's sea where the whirlpool rages, Stands the Eternal Rock of Ages; Amid dangers dire and wreck and wraith, God planted the banner of Christian faith.'
      And this banner waved over this long and useful life for 71 years of real service and the reality has just begun. The many friends of the sons and daughter, the grand sons and grand daughters, the great grand children of this good woman have the sympathy of the entire community. The old friends of Mrs. Harrell all over the country will read this obituary with the feeling that one who knew and understood them has gone to that long promised reward."
    Name  Etta 
    Name  Ettie 
    Occupation  boarding house keeper  [1
    Notes 
    • Eugenia Angaretta Jones lived a long life and raised a fairly large family. Her husband died at an early age, leaving her to make ends meet. She ran a boarding house and kept up a good business. Her exact dates of birth and death are still in question as is her exact name. She is listed in various sources as: Eugenia A., Ettie E., Mrs. C.L., Eddie, and Etta. Each census year, she is also listed at a slightly different age than would be consistent with the census before. In fact, in 1860 there is a Angeretta (age 6) and a Eugenia (age 2) Jones in the same household. Each one having a birth year slightly different than her supposed birth year. By 1870, there is just an "Agurritta" Jones, age 13. By 1880, her name and age are slightly more consistent.
    Person ID  I351  Nestor Rich Tree
    Last Modified  13 Feb 2011 

    Father  James Buckner Jones,   b. Abt 1830, , , Early County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Jan 1885, , Blakely, Early County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship  Natural 
    Mother  Mary F. L. Roe,   b. Abt 1836, , , , Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 20 Jul 1860 and 23 Sep 1863, , Blakely, Early County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship  Natural 
    Married  13 May 1849  , , Early County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F214  Group Sheet

    Family  Charles Leonidas Harrell, Sr.,   b. 16 Jun 1852, , , Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Jul 1895, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  12 Dec 1872  , Blakely, Early County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4, 26, 27
    Children 
     1. William James Harrell,   b. 16 Apr 1874, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Apr 1886, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Mary "Ella" Harrell,   b. 17 Jan 1876, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 May 1946, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Baby Boy Harrell,   b. 13 Jul 1878, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Sep 1878, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Charles Leonidas Harrell, Jr.,   b. 8 May 1881, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Jan 1953, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. John "Douglass" Harrell,   b. 17 Mar 1883, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Jan 1953, , Miami, Dade (later Miami-Dade) County, Florida, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     6. Herbert McTyer Harrell,   b. 17 Aug 1886, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Nov 1967, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     7. Fred Jones Harrell,   b. 13 Sep 1889, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1944, , Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     8. Hodgkiss Harrell,   b. 27 May 1891, , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Mar 1960, , , Duval County, Florida, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified  13 Feb 2011 
    Family ID  F166  Group Sheet

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    Link to Google MapsBorn - 7 Feb 1856 - , Blakely, Early County, Georgia, USA Link to Google Earth
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    Link to Google MapsEducation - Blakely Academy - Between 1868 and 1872 - , Blakely, Early County, Georgia, USA Link to Google Earth
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    Link to Google MapsDied - Cause: acute indigestion (30 min.); arteriosclerosis - 16 Dec 1926 - , Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia, USA Link to Google Earth
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