This is the information that I have on Edward Walthall. It was compiled byMrs. Mary Gilchrist Powell Shirley from Lownesboro, AL in Sept. 1976.
If this is of any help, let me know and I can give you some of the Edward's ancestors and descendants.
Edward Walthall (born ca. 1754, Chesterfield County). Married Nancy Turman who had emigrated from Scotland to Virginia (Coweta County, Georgia, Chronicles for 100 years, p. 651) He doubtless went to Georgia with his father and eventually settled in Jasper County, where he died. His inventory and appraisal dated June 6, 1823, Turman and Charles Walthall being the administrators of the estate. In the same year, William Burkes, John H. Walthall, Robert B. Wynn, Charles F., Nancy, William P., and Milton P. Walthall acknowledged receipt of their legacies in full. Charles F. acknowledged for himself and as guardian for Leonard H., Paschal, and Andrew Walthall. (Jasper County Will Book 6 178, pp. 280-9.)
Edward was granted 640 acres in Elbert County, Georgia, for services in th Revolution. (First Book of Grants, Elbert County, Georgia)
Issue: John Harvey, b. Jasper County, Georgia, 7-7-1796, Married in 1820, Susannah Morgan. Settled in Coweta County, Georgia (Issue)
Turman, born Jasper County, Georgia 1797; Married in 1820 Catherine Heard, died 1855, his son Turman, Jr. executor of will.
Charles Featherstone, born Jasper County, Georgia, 1798. Married in 1843 Jincy Crouch. Settled in Meriwether County., Georgian. No known issue.
Permelia, bornJasper County, Georgia, ca. 1800. Married WIlliam Burkes.
William Pride (called Pride) born Jasper County, Georgia, 1802. Married Mary. With two brothers Pascall and Milton settled in Ouachita County, Arkansas (Issue)
Lucille, bornJasper County, Georgia, ca. 1804. Married Robert B. Wynn.
Milton P., bornJasper County, Georgia, 1810. Married in 1836 Elizabeth Digby. Settled in Arkansas after 1840. He is listed inJasper County, Georgia, census 1840. No further record.
Paschall, bornJasper County, Georgia, 1814. Married Nancy (?). Went to Arkansas with brothers above. Had issue, among them Parmelia.
Andrew Jackson, bornJasper County, Georgia, 1816. Married(?) . Settled in Arkansas. Issue.