Note for: Velma Lacy, 25 Jan 1923 - 26 Jun 2001 Index
Velma L. Steadham
ARAB -- Funeral for Velma L. Steadham, 78, of Lacey's Spring was to betoday at
2 p.m. at Arab-Heritage Funeral Home with the Rev. Bill Cavender and theRev.
Rudy Southerland officiating.
Burial was to be in Rescue Cemetery at Morgan City.
Mrs. Steadham died Tuesday, June 26, 2001, at her home. She was born Jan.25,
1923, in Winston County to Robert Lee Lacy and Nancy Gray Lacy. She was a
Survivors include one son, Billy Joe Crow of Union Grove; two daughters,Dorothy
Bogart and Doris Faye Andrews, both of Lacey's Spring; two brothers,Junior Lacy
of Neel and Otho Lacy of Hartselle; two sisters, Roberta White andKathleen
Phillips, both of Decatur; six grandchildren; and sevengreat-grandchildren.
Nephews will be pallbearers.
Note for: William Michael Powell, 30 Jan 1897 - BEF 1 Jun 1900 Index
Place: Powell Family Cemetery, Danburg, Wilkes County, Georgia
Note for: William Nelson Powell, 16 Jan 1850 - 24 Mar 1915 Index
Date: 14 Jan 1913
Place: Signed his will in Wilkes County, GeorgiaWill:
Date: 5 Apr 1915
Place: Will was finalized.Burial:
Place: Powell Family Cemetery, Danburg, Wilkes County, GeorgiaIndividual Note:
DEATH OF W. N. POWELL
Last Tuesday night Mr. W. N. Powell died at his home in Danburg. He hadbeen in bad health for some time, and the end was not unexpected. He was70 years old, a Confederate Veteran, upright and honest citizen, and bysuccessful farming had accumulated good property. Wife, two sons, W. N.and Albert, one daughter, Miss Ethel survive him. His remains wereinterred in the family burial ground. To the bereaved ones, we extend oursympathy.
Published in The Washington (Georgia) Reporter, Friday March 26, 1915.Front page.
Note for: Michael Lewis Andrews, 1840 - Index
Michael L Andrews - Claimed Residence in Wilkes County. Enlist Date: 13July 1861 Enlist Rank: Private
Promoted to Full 2nd Corpl on 15 April 1862 (Estimated day of Promo)Served Georgia Enlisted A Co. 15th Inf Reg. GA [Source: Roster ofConfederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865 Abbreviation: GARosterCPublished by Longino & Porter on 1955-58]
Michael Andrews was one of 12,277 Confederate soldiers taken prisoner atthe Battle Of Gettysburg. He spent the remainder of the war incarceratedin Fort Delaware Prison Camp.
Andrews, Michael L. - Private July 13, 1861. Appointed 2d Corporal April
1862. Captured at Gettysburg, Pa. July 2, 1863. Released at FortDelaware,
Del. June 16,1865.
Note for: Serena Priscilla Huguley, 19 Feb 1844 - 23 Dec 1893 Index
Place: Old Silverbrook Cemetery, Anderson, Anderson County, South Carolina
Note for: William Jefferson Watson, 26 Dec 1862 - 5 Mar 1950 Index
Place: US Census 1900 - Alabama - Geneva Co. Pates Cross Roads PrecinctBurial:
Date: 6 Mar 1950
Place: Concord Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Jay, Santa Rosa County, FloridaIndividual Note:
1880 United State Census, Geneva County, Alabama, NA Film Number T9-0013Page Number 660D:
Name Relation Marital Status Sex Race Age Birthplace Occupation F Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Ashley TINDLE Self W Male W 37 AL Farmer --- ---
Jane WATSON Sister W Female W 41 AL Keeps House --- ---
Mary TINDLE Dau S Female W 13 AL Laborer AL AL
William TINDLE Son S Male W 8 AL AL AL
Cathrine TINDLE Dau S Female W 7 AL AL AL
Elizabeth TINDLE Dau S Female W 5 AL AL AL
Frances WATSON Niece S Female W 20 AL AL AL
William WATSON Nephew S Male W 18 AL AL AL
Elizabeth WATSON Niece S Female W 13 AL AL AL
James WATSON Nephew S Male W 8 AL AL AL