A well traveled bunch to be sure John's brother Lewis is born in Georgia in 1811 by 1847 Isham is gone.Here is John William's family
Descendants of John Williams Medlock
Generation No. 1
1.JOHN WILLIAMS4 MEDLOCK(ISHAM3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born 04 April 1803 in Greenville County, South Carolina, and died 02 November 1882 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.He married SARAH JAMISON WARE 07 November 1822 in Gwinnet County, Georgia.She was born 24 November 1807 in Greene County, Georgia, and died 16 December 1883 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.
Notes for JOHN WILLIAMS MEDLOCK:
Excerpted from p. 555-556 of James C. Flanigan's _History of Gwinnett County, Georgia_ published in 1959. Copies of this book can be obtained from the Gwinnett Historical Society at http://www.gwinnetths.org/http://www.gwinnetths.org/
The Medlock Family
By Antoinette Medlock Johnson (Mrs. William Collins Matthews)
John Williams Medlock is the only son who remained in Gwinnett County as late as 1847, when he moved to Atlanta. His father, Isham, took an active part in the early development of Gwinnett County until he went with his son, Mastin, to Cherokee County, Alabama, about 1840. There he is buried in Salem Church yard, beside his son, Mastin Medlock who married Mary Ann Johnson of DeKalb County, Ga. Lewis Henry Medlock married Marian McHenry Lansford of Oglethorpe County and moved to Washington County where he became an editor. He is buried in Mt. Pleasant Church yard, Emanuel County, Ga.
John Williams Medlock lived for many years in Gwinnett County. In 1822 he married Sarah Jemison Ware, daughter of Thomas Ware and Sarah Jemison who moved into Gwinnett from Greene County. Eleven of the thirteen children of John Williams Medlock were born in Gwinnett County. Two sons were born after they moved to Atlanta, both dying in infancy.
The John Williams Medlock plantation in Atlanta was on what later became Ponce de Leon Ave. and reached as far as the present site of Sears - Roebuck. Their old home was on what is now Boulevard at the intersection of St. Charles Ave. The family burying ground was near the corner of St. Charles. There those who died were buried, but when Atlanta began to make streets and building lots of the land, the graves were later moved to Decatur cemetery.
The famous Ponce de Leon springs was on the Medlock property, and it was very popular for friends to gather there on frequent occasions "to take the waters". Many would drive from Gwinnett to see their old neighbors and friends, and to enjoy the spring.
During the War Between the States all five of the sons of John Williams Medlock and four sons - in - law served in the Confederate Army. Thomas died as a result of the war. William Parks was wounded in both hands, the bullet remaining in his left hand until his death.
Written for Volume II of The History of Gwinnett County from information found in the Federal censuses, county records, cemetery and Bible records, and reminiscences of Medlock descendants, by a granddaughter of William Parks Medlock, Antoinette Medlock Johnson (Mrs. Wm. Collins Matthews). Received Via Email from John Medlock email@example.com 21 Feb 2001
Children of JOHN MEDLOCK and SARAH WARE are:
i. THOMAS LANDRUM DELONEY5 MEDLOCK, b. 20 November 1823, Gwinnett County, Georgia; d. 26 February 1864; m. REBECCA BALLINGER, 11 August 1842; b. 1826, Gwinnett County, Georgia; d. 1886.
Notes for THOMAS LANDRUM DELONEY MEDLOCK:
[John Medlock of abt 1735.FTW]
In 1850 this family is living in Dekalb County, Georgia.
ii. SUSANNAH ELIZABETH MEDLOCK, b. 18 August 1825, Norcross,Georgia; d. 31 January 1880, Dekalb County, Georgia; m. JOHN WILLIAM FLETCHER TILLEY, 31 January 1845; b. 1823, Gwinnett County, Georgia; d. 1892.
iii. JAMES ISHAM HENRY MEDLOCK, b. 12 March 1828, Gwinnett County, Georgia; d. 01 December 1850, At Sea. He was on his way to California, died and was buried at sea.; m. MARGARET ALETHA CAROLINE WREN, 12 November 1846, Putman County, Georgia; b. 26 May 1829, Putman, Georgia; d. 1854.
iv. JOHN OLIVER MEDLOCK, b. 26 August 1830, Gwinnett County, Georgia; d. 21 June 1911, Panama; m. ELIZABETH CARROLL, 16 December 1850; b. 1832, Gwinnett County, Georgia.
v. ROBERT MEDLOCK, b. 31 December 1832, Eyville District, South Carolina; d. 24 April 1919; m. ADELINE ELIZABETH SMITH, 31 July 1856, Gwinnett County, Georgia; b. 11 December 1833, Gwinnett County, Georgia; d. 23 July 1903, Georgia. This couple is buried in the Kirkland Cemetery, Norcross, Gwinnett County, Georgia..
vi. MARTHA MARGARET ANN MEDLOCK, b. January 1835, Gwinnett County, Georgia; d. 11 December 1893, Longview, Texas; m. JAMES LITTLETON TERRY, 03 April 1851; b. 28 October 1831, Dekalb County, Georgia; d. June 1917, Harrison County, Texas.
vii. WILLIAM PARKS MEDLOCK, b. 06 June 1837, Gwinnett County, Georgia; d. 25 March 1903, Decatur, Dekalb County, Georgia; m. (1) SUSAN W. KITTREDGE; m. (2) VELENAH ANTOINETTE MASON, 27 August 1861, Georgia; b. 1849, Atlanta, Dekalb County, Georgia; d. 10 August 1885, Atlanta, Dekalb County, Georgia.
Notes for WILLIAM PARKS MEDLOCK:
[John Medlock of abt 1735.FTW]
William Parks Medlock, the seventh child of Sarah Jemison Ware and John Williams Medlock, was named for the Rev. William Parks, a minister who is well remembered for his splendid work in spreading the Gospel in those pioneer days. William Parks Medlock was a young boy when his parents moved to Atlanta. He married Vilenah Antoinette Mason, daughter of William Pinckney Mason and Maryann Amanda Chandler, of DeKalb Co. Medlock Road and the William Parks Medlock School are lasting memorials in DeKalb Co. of this native of Gwinnett. He was born June 6, 1837 and died March 26, 1903, and is buried in Decatur cemetery on the lot with his parents.
viii. ELI WREN MEDLOCK, b. 25 August 1839; d. 31 August 1904; m. MARTHA EDMONSON, 07 July 1859; d. Georgia.This couple is buried in the Rose Hill Cemetery, Austell Georgia..
ix. SARAH JEMISON MEDLOCK, b. 05 April 1841; d. 1914; m. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WALKER; b. 1840, Gwinnett County, Georgia.
x. CAROLINE MEDLOCK, b. 04 March 1843, Gwinnett County, Georgia; d. April 1896; m. PLEASANT WADE MERRITT; b. 1840, Gwinnett County, Georgia.
xi. GEORGIA ANN MEDLOCK, b. 1845, Gwinnett County, Georgia; d. 1916; m. JOEL YARBOROUGH, 30 January 1866; b. 1842, Gwinnett County, Georgia.
xii. ZACHARY TAYLOR MEDLOCK, b. 29 February 1848; d. Abt. 1951.
xiii. CLARK SMITH MEDLOCK, b. 24 April 1850; d. Abt. 1851.