Re: FLANDERS AND HARRELL
I hope that you are ready for this stuff.I have lot's.
Once I found out that I was on the right track I got busy.
I will begin at the beginning.
Francis Richard Flanders born 1759 Dinwiddie County, VA
died 1802 Emanuel County, GA
married 1786 Dinwiddie County, VA
wife:Nancy Jordanborn 1761Dinwiddiw County, VA
They had several children but I will confine for now to your exact line.
Their son Barnabusborn 1784 Dinwiddie County, VA
died 1866 Emanuel County, GA
married @ 1804 to Sarah born 1790
Barnabus and Sarah had a son named Jordon:(along with several other children, but I am keeping it direct for you for now)
Jordon Flanders was born 1826
married2/28/1847 (this marriage should have taken place in either Emanuel or Lauren's Co)
to Mary Ann Parcusborn 1830
Jordon and Mary Ann had a son named:
James W. Flandersborn 1854Dublin, Laurens Co, GA
died 1889/1890Pearson, Coffee Co, GA
burialWesley Chapel, Pearson
wife:Sarah Burchborn 2/11/1857Pearson, Coffee Co, GA
died11/9/1940 Pearson, Atkinson Co, GA
burial:Mount Pleasant, Pearson, GA
James W. Flanders and Sarah Burch's chilren were:
2.Angeline b.1879Pearson, GA
3.Matildab. 3/23/1889Coffee, County, GA
d. 5/26/1949Augusta, Richmond Co, GA
5.Wilburn Francis(your guy) born 8/5/1877
6.Susan C.b. 8/5/1882 Coffee County, GA
Initially I thought that your guy's name was William, in fact the name was Wilburn F. Flanders.
He was married 2 times
wife # 1 was Alice Carverborn 10/25/1884
they were married4/2/1899 Pearson, Coffee Co, GA
wife # 2 was Mattie Harrellher name was Martha Jane Harrell
they were married on 2/12/ 1902 in Pearson, Coffee Co, GA
Wilburn and his brother James were servants in the 1900 census Pearson, Coffee Co, GA to a family named Sanders, I couldn't read the man's first name but his wife was named Appie
Wilburn had a WWI draft registration card
on that card his name was
Welburn Francis Flanders
born 8/5/1877 in Pearson, Coffee Co, GA
his employer was WD Giddens and he was a farmer
next of kin was Mattie Flanders
This is pretty much it for now,if you want me to flesh out the earlier generations I can do that for you but for now I kept it simple and direct to your specific line.I figured that this is a lot to absorb for now.
I found some of this on ancestry.com and other stuff on familysearch.org.The stuff from ancestry was census and the draft registration card.
I will go for now let me know what you think or if anything confused you.
PSI do have stuff earlier that Francis Richard Flanders if you want it.