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  • Tammy May Dismuke
    Feb 2, 2008
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      TALBERT / TALBOT / TOLBERT (06/28/99)
      Tapley B.TOLBERT / TALBERT (alias: TALBOT) b. 1800c d. 28, August, 1836 in
      your County, at Fort McCreary, (Stewart Co. ).Served both Georgia and
      Florida wars...I have his headstone if someone would please e-mail me to see
      if it could possibly be erected on the origional burial ground of the 3
      unmarked and unidentified Soldiers. I have documentation stating he was
      buried there. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much.
      Submitted by Marie D. Parks



      TALBERT / TALBOT / TOLBERT (06/28/99)
      Missing Military Ancestors -
      surname; TALBOT (*TOLBERT/TALBERT)
      ****(Pvt.) "Tapley. B. TOLBERT"
      - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Are you trying to locate your Ancestor who served during the Indian War
      Campaign around 1836 for Georgia or Florida? If so you may wish to check the
      following names listed below.
      First of all my ancestorial Grandfather was named (Pvt.) Tapley B. TOLBERT
      (Alias TALBERT*TALBOT). Note that the surname changes in various documents.
      He was born 1800c and died the 28, august, 1836 at Fort Mcreary (in your
      county) Stewart Co. Ga. I have containing approximately a 60 page widows
      pension file of Sarah (wife) of TAPLEY that drew after his death. He died
      from rebellious fever. A friend of his contested on his pension that he
      helped to bury him there on the origional Fort. Finally, after I recieved
      his Gravemarker Headstone, I wish to place it there on the origional site
      where he died and is buried. There are 3 unknown soldiers buried there and
      one of them IS him. Sometimes afterwards, I recieved a reply back from
      Steward Co. Ga. stating that his remains had been moved and were placed on
      the Courthouse lawn in Gwinnett Co. Ga. After more researching, Id
      discovered that he was NOT one of the named Soldiers who was actually placed
      there. So he is *still unmarked buried in Stewart County. To share with all
      of you researchers who maybe possibly going throught the same situation as I
      am, I would love to share the following names of Military Soldiers who has
      been transferred to Gwinnett Co. Ga. They were Gwinnett Co. Ga. Soldiers who
      died at Sheperd's Plantation in Stewart Co. in the battle of the "Creek
      Indians" on 9, June, 1836.
      Issac Lacy
      James C. Martin
      William M. Sims
      John A. V. Tate
      Robert T. Holland
      James H. Holland
      Henry W. Paden
      James M. Allen
      **If anyone has added information I would certainly appreciated a reply. I
      have supplied the documentation stating he was buried there. I have the
      headstone and I wish to place it where he actually died if possible. Also, I
      would appreciate any information on the History of the Fort. I would be glad
      to pay for any copies.
      Submitted by Marie D. Parks

      -------Original Message-------

      From: claire frustine
      Date: 02/02/08 08:25:59
      To: genealogyresearchclub@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [Genealogy Research Club] Can Any One Help Me In My Search

      Your doing alright as far as i can see did you get your information from
      Ancestry.com?
      You should be able to get online at your local Library read the census
      reports the end of the lines usually show where parents were born ahd from
      the country of their parents birth
      seems to me I saw a number of Tolberts in the British census with out a
      starting point it's very hard to help you, I wish you luck ;o)
      "tina.tolbert" <tina.tolbert@...> wrote:
      My name is Tina M Tolbert B. Feb. 14, 1965...

      I am the daughter of
      Boyd Tolbert, Jr.- B. Oct.11,1931- D. Aug. 23, 1994
      My Mother:
      Linda Gail Strickland - B. Feb 1, 1944
      My father married twice, his first wife was - Dorothy Shirley
      (There are 6 of us)
      1. Thomas Milton - July 1, 1951
      2. Tammie Elizabeth - July 28, 1957
      3. Timothy Mitchell - February 17, 1964
      4. Tina Marie (Me)
      5. Tonja Marlene Andies - December 22, 1965
      6. Teresa Michelle Nimon - December 17, 1968
      _____________________________________

      My Fathers Family Line Is:

      Boyd Tolbert, Sr - March 8, 1905 - March 21, 1979
      Farris Ethel Garrison - June 18,1906 - Sept 15, 1993
      (They had 5 children)
      1. Sam
      2. Ray
      3. Max
      4. Edwin M - B.1937
      5. Boyd, Jr (my father)
      ----------------------------------------------------------
      Boyd Tolbert, Sr was the son of:

      Samuel Linton (Black) Tolbert - Aug 1859 - Jan 4 1946
      Nancy Martha Gilbert - Feb 24 1862 - Oct 16 1936
      (They had 14 children)
      1. Alice Elizabeth - B.About 1879
      2. Mattie Evie Lula - August 27, 1880 -October 31, 1963
      3 Hattie Catherine - May 16, 1882 - June 10, 1951
      4. William Elbert - April 1884 - About 1927
      5. Charles T - December 1885 - Unknown
      6. Jeanette Nettie Ola - December 18, 1887 - March 27, 1982
      7. John Carlton - June 1890 - Unknown
      8. Daisy Lee - December 1892 - April 6, 1986
      9. Ada Ellen - January 1894 - About 1961
      10. William Elmar - July 29, 1895 - June 5, 1896
      11. Minor Eugene (Bud) - March 1897 - June 27, 1922
      12. Samuel Dewey - April 5, 1899 - June 2, 1901
      13. Wilma Lucille - March 10, 1903 - July 29, 1981
      14. Boyd - March 8, 1905 - March 21, 1979 (My Grand-Father)
      ----------------------------------------------------------
      Samuel was the son of:

      Levi Oliver Tolbert - April 30, 1830 - December 12, 1904
      Catharine Sailors - August 12, 1831 - July 5, 1889
      (They had 10 children)
      1. James Oliver - About 1849 - Unknown
      2. Barbar Lee - 1851 - Unknown
      3. Thomas H - 1854 - May 15, 1916
      4. Frances - 1856 - Unknown (Could be twin of William)
      5. William Marcus - February 2, 1856 - August 7, 1924
      6. Samuel Linton (Black) - Aug 1859 - Jan 4 1946 (My Great Grand-Father)
      7. Mary Etta - December 1868 - March 29, 1932
      8. Hugh A - March 15, 1871 - January 27, 1911
      9. Robert L - Unknown
      10. Nancy - Unknown
      ----------------------------------------------------------

      Levi Oliver was the son of:

      Tapley B Tolbert - About 1805 - August 28, 1836
      Sarah (Nee) - About 1805 - Unknown
      (They had 7 children)
      1. Calvin Levi - 1827 - April 11, 1862
      2. John William - 1829 - February 7, 1865
      3. Levi Oliver - April 30, 1830 - December 12, 1904
      4. Margaret A -1833 - May 29, 1882
      5. Lucy Emeline - About 1837 - June 17, 1911
      6. Elizabeth F. J. - 1841 - Unknown
      7. William L - July 1845 - After 1900
      ----------------------------------------------------------
      I do not know the parents of Tapley B Tolbert. Or where he came from.
      Any and all help is welcome.

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