Individual Notes

Note for:   Rosa Lee Lacy,   4 Jul 1908 - 10 May 1988         Index

Event:   
     Type:   SSN
     Place:   247-03-6174

Burial:   
     Place:   Oakdale Baptist Church Cemetery, Townville, Anderson County, South Carolina


Individual Notes

Note for:   Calvin Charles Lacy,   ABT. 1871 - ABT. 1954         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Level Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Banks County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   Martha Jane Lacy,   Jul 1877 - 21 Dec 1966         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Yonah Cemetery, Hall County, Georgia

Individual Note:
     The 1900 US Census for Banks County, Georgia, shows Jannie and Jeneralliving with Hugh and Amanda Meeks.



Individual Notes

Note for:   Nancy Matilda Lacy,   May 1879 - 4 Jul 1955         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Enon Cemetery, Hall County, Geogira

Individual Note:
     The1900 Census shows her birth date as May 1879, but her grave markershows August 11, 1880.



Individual Notes

Note for:   James Rancer Lacy,   20 Nov 1836 - 26 Dec 1914         Index

Individual Note:
     Lacy, James - Private in Inf. Battn., Smith's Legion, Ga. Vols., May1862. Transferred to Co. K, 65th
Regt. Ga. Inf., Mar. 1863. Lacy, John C. (or lAcey) -- Private in Inf.Battn., Smith's Legion, Ga. Vols.,
Feb. 27,1863. Transferred to Co. K, 65th Regt. Ga. Inf., Mar. 1863.Wounded in leg, resulting in
amputation, near Decatur, Ga., July 22, 1864. In Ocmulgee Hospital,Macon, Ga., July 25, 1864.



Individual Notes

Note for:   William E. Lacy,   ABT. 1773 - BET. 24 JUN 1870 - 20 APR 1872         Index

Census:   
     Date:   1820
     Place:   Franklin County, Georgia US Census - Capt. Peter Brown District

Probate:   
     Date:   20 Apr 1872
     Place:   James Rancer Lacy becomes Wm. E. Lacy's Estate Executor

Individual Note:
     ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, PASSED IN MILLEDGEVILLE, AT AN ANNUAL SESSION IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1860.
...
20. SEC. VII. Be it further enacted, That John D. Terrell, William Lacy, A. B. Gailey, Lemuel Dodd, and Thomas J. Hughes, Jr., be and are hereby appointed Trustees of "Charlton Chapel," with full power to do all manner of things (not conflicting with the Laws and Constitution of this State,) for the purpose of promoting the christian religion, to make such rules and regulations as they may deem best for the furtherance of the objects contemplated by christianity, so far as relates to "Charlton Chapel," in the town of Nebraska, Banks county, Georgia.
...
Assented to December 20th, 1860.
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GEORGIA / BANKS CO
To the Ordinary of said County as Clerk ,
James R Lacy Respectfully showeth that William E Lacy, a resident of said county until his death which happened on the 26 of January 1872 has left a small estate which consist of a claim of a pension from The United States Government a soldier in the War of 1812 and your petitioner showeth that in order to draw or receive the estate there must be a proper representation. Therefore your petitioner applies for temporarily administration for without said there would be great danger of loss of said pension. Your petitioner showeth that he is the grandson of William E Lacy and claims to be appointed upon this ground for information on the protitioner that the estate of William E Lacy is in said County, said State of Georgia of residence. ___?_
September 1872
JAMES X R LACY his mark
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There exists an International Genealogical Index (IGI) record showing aWilliam Lacy and Miss Payne getting married in Franklin County, Georgiain 1809. No date is mentioned. (Film Number: 1761023)

There exists an International Genealogical Index (IGI) record showing aWilliam Lacy and Rutha Cawthon getting married in Franklin County,Georgia in 1807. No date is mentioned. (Film Number: 1761032)

A William (sometimes the middle initial "E.") Lacy appears in FranklinCounty, GA Tax Lists for the years 1807, 1810-11, 1818, 1820(census)