I have speculated that Lucy may possibly be a daughter of the Henry Jerrald, of Montgomery Co, GA, whose orphans drew a blank in the 1805 Georgia Land Lottery. She married Redden Yeomans 12 Mar 1809 in Montgomery Co, GA. Below are a few notes I have accumulated over the years on this family.
1811-12: Riding Yeomans is listed in District 53 of the Montgomery Co, GA Tax Digest. His father, Solomon Yeomans, is also listed. David Butts, the future husband of Charity Jarriel and supposed father of Bennett B. Jarriel (b. 1817), also appears in District 53. District 53 became part of Emanuel Co in 1812.
1812: Emanuel Co, GA was created from Montgomery Co, GA.
1820: Redding Yeomans appears as head of a family in Emanuel Co, GA census, page 092. Enumerated are M26-45,F26-45,M10-16,M<10,2F<10.
1830: Redden Youmans (M40-50) appears as head of a family in District 53 in Emanuel Co, GA census, page 172. Enumerated are M40-50,F30-40,M15-20,F15-20,F10-15,M5-10,2F5-10,M<5,F<5.
1830: Redding Youmans appears as head of a family in Tattnall Co, GA state census, page 10. Located at Georgia State Archives.
1839: Redding Yeomans appears in Capt. Tillmans District in Tattnall Co, GA tax digest, owning 500 acres.
1840: Cannot locate in the census.
1850: Redmon (M65) and Lucy (F56) Yeomans appear as heads of a family in Tattnall Co, GA census, page 363. Children: Redding (M21) plus Nancy Nelson (F74).
1860: Redding (M76) and Lucy (F70) Yeomans appear as a couple in Tattnall Co, GA census, page 748.