A marble slab lies near the north door of this Church, which is inscribed as follows; The foundation wall of his residence may still be seen from the Church door. She is a @ber of the Savannah Chapter, U.391, served as Treasurer and nowis a member of the [email protected] of Managers,,;and of several @rnmitteeg; also 'Secretary of the Board of Managersof the Savannah Widows Society sow 1913, member of the @rgia Historical @ety, and of the Red Cross now, and during the Great War.'W"born Oct 8,'1852. Under the will, my, fatbar v^s sole Executor, with authority to s&, all, or any, of his property, to change investments, etc., at will.grandpa was painted while he was a member of the Senate. They had a summer home in [email protected] -County, North Carolina, and sometimes made @ho -there, riding across the country in their ca -m'@ @ndnia Pope told me about them and she was [email protected] @en of as, "Aunt Patsy" which you know is a diminutive [email protected] think it is well that you will write the- Cody article for Mrs. I am William Stoke's datigbter,@who [email protected] the,@wife of Wffliwn Strong, of Virginia' a soldier of the @olution; my @er was daughter of, Jack Lumpkin, (son of John [email protected] kin) Mary Ann Susan Lumpkin, (Mrs. I had some pictures made of it, one of -which I sent to. Peel; one with myself standing beside it, my hand resting on the rail; I also sent her a picture of the old church. Thomas Lumpkin of King and Queei& County, must have been the father of Geo. Judge Lumpkin's second wife was a native of [email protected] by Whom he had two children; one of these, a son was named Samuel, his wife after death of her husband, returned to her nativti State taking the two children with her. She sponsored numerous 2,nter @to raise funds for this purpose, and her work was finally crowned with success. It is'sh6wn I cannot recall the name of Uncle George's wife.
He was evidently a man of wealth and station, and doubtless preceded by a line of honorable ancestors before coming to America. Sanford."I am a native of Virginia, and,was born in Pittsylvania County, January 14, 1783. S ' A., and grandson of Thomas Spalding,@ for whom Spalding County was named. There is a very fine picture of him as Govern-or, of which I have a copy, I think a steel engraving. Wilson Lumpkin says, "You are apprised that your mother's maiden name was Elizabeth Walker." She was born in Wilkes County, Ga., April 19, 1786. Sanders Walker, a Baptist Minister of highly respectable standing. Peel's forthcoming book, for you know it ' and your writing is clear and concise. girns informed me that she is a very lovely woman, and quite prominent in D. Judge Lumpkin had a brother, Frank, who died unmarried in Little Children of Martha E. Burnett Moore, married Hatti,6 Boswell; Thomas Cobb Moore, married Lucy Hall; Clem Grant Moore, Sr married, Lulo Gunn-, Sallie Moore died young; Lucy Orphelia Moore, married Jos. The home was [email protected] at the corner of Piedmont Avenue and Fifteenth [email protected] and -,tands there today as a monument to her energy and her influence in the ranks of her organization. for Atlanta, the meeting to be held at the Chapter House largely as a tribute to Mrs. Hale asks for proof, and says if she does not get it, will not include: the item in her book. Compton was in error as to the'date of Mary Cody's birth. John Wilson lived at "Dan's Hill" five miles from Danville, Va.
Spalding of Savannah, Georgia, has been an enthusiastic and generous contributor, and doubtless knows more of the family history than any other. Wilson Lumpkin, sister of 'he late Judge Pope Barrow, of the East Judicial Circuit; who was one of the most highly esteemed citizens of the State. I brought to her attention, the fact; that I had compile much information relating to the Lumpkin family, and suggested that she use my Mss as part of her work, and as a contribution from me. He was admitted to the Bar and practiced Law for a [email protected] but gave it up td ent, er the F4culty of the Univei'sitythat ti-rn , e. In every relation gf life he has li\,ed u to its highest standards, Boryk July 15,1.854. Was never married: He was an Alumnus of the: University of Georgia, 18'i', Sl. He was 'not in the least stern, gloomy or dictatorial, quite the contrary He was kind and most pleasant in intercouse with others; loved a joke, loved to see people happy and enjoy them Mves -,had a generous heart; stern only to wrong doers or wrong doing. would avail myself of the occasion most e4arne,stly to invite the serious attention of the Georgia Assem Wy to another class of individuals who are to every community, and who deserve to be amo objects of Legislative care and attention. This gentleman was instrumental in restoring the tomb. It was decided at a term of court, to build a good road to the Cody place. (from Cartnell's Historv of Virginia).1 find from the records that George Lumpkin of the Province of North Carolina, and Mary Lumpkin, his wife, conveyed land in this county. He bought a number of grants in this county that had been taken out by others in 1756. *-er4, Honorary Life Regent of the Habershaht '[email protected]
Among the Lumpkin family and connections, have been many of this favored class. There have been no records, found so far, ante-dating the time of Col. On the Mattapony river in King and Queen County, St. inated Breckinridge and Lane, was for years Vice-President of the Ga. sity of Ga., and of the Lucy Cobb Institute, always greatly interested in the cause of education, and fulfilled his duty to his Church. 'As a inetaber of the Junior class of Franklin College, his amiable and [email protected] tuous deportment, and the fidelity and i LWlity which he [email protected] all his duties, had @[email protected] him alike to the M"ty -and his fellowr studenta and to him and tion.early in 1700, died 1745; married Mourning Mc Kinney and Mary Eiam (widow Ricks), John Pope and Mourning Mc Kinney; had issue; Henry Pope (eldest child) born 1723, Tnude will 1764. @-, had issue.'Burwell Pope, Willis Pope, Henry Augustine Pope; removed to Georgia from N. I do not remember him, being only two years of age at the tiine of his death, but grandpa has talked to me, and I know how my father honored him and he in turn bonorw my father., Ile was'a successful Planter, and left much Real [email protected], part of which he had inherited from his father. Besides this I have a copy of Bagby's "History of King and Queen' who,gives the full Latin Epitaph and the name as not,& shadow of doubt as to Jacob Lumpkin havwg @ the progenitor of the Georgia family, that is the defendants of George and John Lumpkin. You recall that be state memoranda bad been lost, and that he might be incorrzct as to dates etc., but that we are descendants of the individual buried at the church on the Mattapony River.,'A, Pat Patsy" as mentioned is Martha Lumpkin Waway, the only daughter of John and Lucy Hopson Lumpkin. So George Lum ,pkin, her father, must have been born not later 'than t730, and she his first born. John Lumpkin must have been one of the younger, as his wife was born May 17, 1764 (church record) and he in 1762. Lumpkin was President of the Board of '*ustees of "w University of Georgia at the time of his death. Lurnpkin, of Athens, Ga., who is a grandson of Judge Joseph Henry Luinpkin, and he alm has the bust that 'was made while Gov. He was Judge of the Superior Court several terms, and laso represented his district in Congrus, and by a very narrow margin missed the nomination for Governor just prior to the War of the Sixties. Through the establishment of sttth a dinner, Georgia products have been brought prominently to the front, and a larger market created for them in this and other States. I wrote, to a cousin for some of the enclosed information. married his cousin, @ bella Wilson Glenn Hunt; 2nd, Marv WOwn Cunningham, married her cousin, Archie Glenn; Srd, Martha Cunningham married Dr.
Traditions says, the stone that covers his grave was brought from England; the work of inscribing having been done after its arrival in America. When I was one year old my father removed to Georgia and settled in that part of the State then known as Wilkes, County, now Oglethorpe County. The oil portrait of which I rent you the small wood cut, Aunt Mattie left to the State. He passed through a life of extensive usefulness for upwards of three score years and with a spotless and unblemished character. I am glad she asked- yott to do this, and very glad that she will give you credit fotl "me. Members of the Chapter stated early Saturady morning when information of her death was announced, that they had intended to obtain the next State Convention ot the D. Peel, and that iik all probability the plan would be carried through, even though the guiding spirit of the enterprise will not be @ to take part in the proceedings of the o-rganimtion she loved so well in her life.&on, however, she resigned this post in order to do service entailing a greater cost,, through, the Habersham Chapter. By not including this marriage, she would be right in saying, "She alone of the Lumpkin family is descended from the Raglandie'.daughter of Geo. I have le @ened out the record of some families in whom I thought you might be interested. The old residence was destroyed by fire; the present one is a brick structure with -thirty-two rooms.
He was born during the Cromwellian Era, and reached his majority soon after the accession of Charles, Second. My parents were of English descent on both sides and the birthplace of them and their ancestors for several generations past. He never said to the naked, "Be ye clothed," or to the hungry,, "Be ye fed," without lending a helping hand to their necessities. Lumpkin represented his county one or more terms in the St4te Assembly. Do you notice that George Lumpkin, first, willed &H of his personal property to his grandson William? I am enclosing some ex-tracts from Gov.; Lumpkin',s. She gave numerous entertainments to raise funds for the boys and sponsored social affairs for them. Peels last illness began last November, Several times during the last month she had oinking spells- whe her death was considered only a matter of hours. Lumpkin and his wife, Mary Cody, is correct, most of it having been copied from the Bible of Col. It was built by Uncle Robert Wilson and is owned at present by his grandson, Robert Wilson James. His mother, who lives in Danville, has sent back the furniture, portraits, etc.
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