I do not really have much on Louisa Wehunt, so I would be most appreciative of anything you can tell me. I did see that a Richard Bearden was the minister over the wedding and that it took place on Sunday March 14, 1869.
I do have some information on her father, John L. Wehunt, and some of her siblings. I'll list some of the information here. You can contact me off list for more information... firstname.lastname@example.org
1850 census Lumpkin co.GA Davis dist. p. 50 1854 Lumpkin co GA tax list John L.Wehunt 200 acres(3children)could be mistranscribed. 1860.Can not find them. I suspect they were missed due to county boundry changes. Civil War...John L Wehunt CO B 11th BAT GA State Guard 1870 census Lumpkin co. GA Dahlonega p.477 1880 census Lumpkin co. GA ED.143 Sheet.11 1900 census Lumpkin co. GA ED.100 Sheet.8
Sometime between 1880 and 1900 Elisabeth died and John L. Wehunt remarried. There used to be a large creek rock at Nimblewill church inscribed.... "Yoeelise Beth Wehunt Sept. 12, 1820- Nov. 28, 1885" It was next to a grave marked... "William M. Wehunt - Apl. 24, 1902 apx 36yrs old" I revisited the cemetery a few months ago to photograh them and I could not find the grave of Yoeelise, who I truly believe to be John L. Wehunt's wife.