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The Thomas Jefferson Payne family of Franklin County, Georgia

by Dorothy C. Goodson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Macon, Georgia] : D.C. Goodson, 1994
55 leaves : ill., facsims., fold. map, ports.

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John Payne (1754-1831) was born in Halifax County, Virginia. He married Ann Hensley (1759-1833) in 1779 in Caswell County, North Carolina. They had seven children, ca. 1779-ca. 1790. The family migrated to Franklin County, Georgia, where he probably received at land grant for Revolutionary War service. Record follows line of descent to Thomas Jefferson Payne (1871-1943). He was born in Franklin County, the son of John Bellamy Payne (1838-1916), a Confederate soldier. He married Louella Duncan (1875-1916) in 1895. They had twelve children, 1896-1914. Children lived in Georgia and Florida.

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