I'm writing for my husband, Thomas Alexander Taylor III, who was partly raised by his grandmother, Julia Brewer Taylor, the daughter of the George M. Brewer mentioned as grandson in the 1821 will of George Brewer Sr. He was referring to his at-the-time two-year-old grandson, the son of Elizabeth Gilly or Gillia Brewer Brewer. Gilly was married to Burrell B. Brewer and by 1830 they were living in what is now Bay St. Louis, Miss with their 11-year-old son, George M. Brewer. The name Julia intrigues me. There is a Julia Monger/Mounger. The Brewers and Moungers are together in land transactions in Georgia in the 1780s. Is Gillia a Welch pronunciation for Julia? We have from Julia Brewer Taylor a heavy solid silver ladle which has been appraised professionally as "pre-1829" and it has Julia engraved on it. I also have pictures of incredibly beautifully gowned daughters of George M. Brewer, his photograph, obit and copy of a letter by Willis Brewer, historican, on the family's ancestry. I'll post it to my web site this weekend. Meanwhile, please let me know any details of the lives of these Brewers -- I am working on a novel with deadline coming up based on Brewers of St. Stephens.