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  • Fitzpatrick Marriages

    Madison County Georgia


    Thomas Fitzpatrick  married Lettice Millican   19 October 1831

    Mary Fitzpatrick married William Cleghorn 20 December  1837

    Gilford (Guilford) Fitzpatrick married Katharine (Catherine) Shinn 24 May 1842

    Sarah Fitzpatrick married Abnor B. Perry  30 July 1846


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  • I have been going through 30 years of genealogy in numerous boxes trying to organize to list here along with Ancestry. I have been a member of Ancestry for over 30 years.

    I found several pages titled  “Joseph Habersham  Historical Collections.”

    Written on the bottom of page 476 was “Historical Collections of the Joseph Habersham Chapter D.A.R.  Vol II  1902

    Page 477

    Hon. Herbert Fielder, a prominent member of the bar for over thirty years, of Americus, was grandson of Joseph Heard and a son of Obadiah M.B. Fielder and Catherine Heard.

    Also, the following is a transcript from a record of the Fitzpatrick (my wife’s) family: “The Fitzpatrick who came to Virginia from Ireland about 1710 had three sone, Thomas, William and Joseph, besides daughters. His son Joseph was born 1720. Migrated to Georgia and settled in Greene county. He died at the age of 52 years. His wife, Martha (Martha Napier), died at the age of 106 years. His sons were five, Benjamin, Joseph, William, Booth, Rene. Daughters three. One married Joseph Heard, one Thomas Heard and one Robert Wright:

    The Martha Napier spoken of in the Fitzpatrick transcript was the grandmother of Joseph Heard, of Morgan County, an account of whom I have given above.

    R.J. Massey

    Page 577

    Joseph Heard, who married a Miss Fitzpatrick, was, I believe, a son of Charles Heard. Charles Heard was the uncle of Captain Thomas Heard; therefore, these brothers-in-law were first cousins.

    Page 452

    Mary Heard(daughter of Jessee and Judith) married a Mr. Grier adn died in Alabama, near the Alabama River. She left children , sons and daughters, and their uncle carried them to Mecklenburg County, N.C.  Robert Grier, her youngest son, married a Miss Fitzpatrick and moved to Texas, where he died. He was a handsome and educated man.

    Page 454

    Thomas Heard (son of Stephen and Mary) born in 1742 in Virginia; Captain in the Revolutionary Virginia State Troops; married Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, who was born in Virginia 1750. They lived in Virginia until 1784 when they removed to Greene County, G. Their children: Catherine, Abram, Mary, Elizabeth, Sally, Woodson, George and Falkner.

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