1.SARAH ANN5 MOZLEY(SAMUEL GATHRIGHT4, EDWARD "EDWIN"3, EDWARD2, JAMES1) was born Abt. 1820 in Walton Co., Ga., and died Bef. 1864 and is supposed to be Buried near her parents in an unmarked grave in the Old Salt Springs Campground.She married BENJAMIN TURNER December 08, 1836 in Campbell Co., Georgia.He was born Abt. 1815 in SC.
Notes for BENJAMIN TURNER:
1850 C. of Cass Co., Ga., 12th Division, Family # 193:
Benjamin Turner, 35, Farmer, SC
Sarah, 29, Ga.
Sarah L., 7
Family # 194:
William Turner, 28, Labor, SC
Louisa, 18, SC
Tabitha, 3, SC
John, 1, SC
Family # 112:
Mathias Turner, 65, Farmer, SC
Tabitha, 58, SC
James, 20, Ga.
Mathias, 16, Ga.
Barnabas, 14, Ga.
Tabitha Turner, 13, Ga.
Mary, 12, Ga.
CASS/BARTOW COUNTY, GEORGIAABSTRACT OF:WILL BOOK A, WILL BOOK B, 1836-1922, Compiled by Imogene Basham Belew, pg. 19:
Turner, MattiasCass County 30 October 1857, recorded 11 January 1858.
Children:Didema Crow, John and Benjamin Crow, and children of James Russell, and Eveline Blair.
Executor:Benjamin Turner and son-in-law Neumaul Hayes
Witness:Isaiah McCormick, William S. Mosley, James E. Shaw.
1880 Mortality Census of Georgia, Benjamin H. Turner, Cobb Co.Same person?
Children of SARAH MOZLEY and BENJAMIN TURNER are:
i. MARY A.6 TURNER, b. Unknown. (I have not found her in a Census yet.This info comes from Raymond Mozley's research andis included as a child because she is a recipient in the probation of Elizabeth Bankston Mozley's estate.Elizabeth died intestate and a Mary A. Turner recieved a child's portion of her estate.I don't understand this since I have found Sarah in the 1850 C.I will look further for Sarah and Benjamin in the later Censuses.(This is also the reason that I have Sarah as having died before her mother's death in 1864.)
ii. LUCRETIA TURNER, b. Abt. 1838.
iii. SARAH L. TURNER, b. Abt. 1843.
iv. SAMUEL TURNER, b. Abt. 1845.
v. TABITHA TURNER, b. Abt. 1848.
If anyone is researching this family or has more info, Please contact me.Mona