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From Marshall, Charlotte Thomas. Oconee Hill Cemetery of Athens, Georgia, Volume I. Athens, GA: Athens Historical Society, 2009.

Erwin, Mary Ann Lamar Cobb 15 Feb 1850 - 16 Jan 1930, w/o Alexander S. Erwin. Originator of the Southern Cross of the Legion of Honor [Centennial Edition of Athens Daily Banner: in Jul 1898 while in Atlanta attending a reunion of Confederate veterans that Mrs. Alexander S. Erwin conceived of bestowing upon Confederate heroes a cross of honor for valor and patriotism and made her suggestion at the Daughters of the Confederacy meeting held at that reunion; no action though well received; presented as resolution to her chapter in Athens to "confer upon each and every member of the army and navy of the Confederate States of America a cross to be known as ?The Southern Cross of the Legion of Honor,? to be handed down from one generation to another" and that it be a feature of Memorial Day to confer these crosses. Resolution sequentially adopted by Athens, GA, a UDC convention in Hot Springs, AR, and a convention in Richmond, VA in Nov 1899; leading jewelers in South and large manufacturers in North requested to submit designs; Mrs. Erwin d/o Gen. Howell Cobb, a Georgia statesman, soldier and patriot ? one whom not only his native state but the whole south delights to honor. Nearly 10,000 have been bestowed within two years. ~ Mother of nine children: Mary "May" Lamar Erwin; Alexander Smith Erwin, Jr.; Howell Cobb Erwin, WH182; John Lamar Erwin; Stanhope Erwin; Andrew Cobb Erwin, G87; William Leonard Erwin, H417; Catharine Stanhope Erwin & Julien Erwin]

Cobb, Mary Ann Lamar (I0290)
Susan Hull Wilcox died peacefully at her home on November 29, 2016 in Atlanta at the age of 83. Susan is survived by her husband of 62 years, John W. Wilcox Jr.; children, Louise W. Cronan (William) of Palm Beach Florida; John Walter Wilcox III, of Atlanta; Sarah M. Wilcox of Mentone, Alabama; Lenora "Honey" Collins (Matthew) of Essex, Massachusetts and her brother Gerry Hull (Patricia) of Atlanta. She is preceded in death by her sister Jody McChesney and her brother Richard L. Hull Jr. Susan was born on April 30,1933 in Atlanta, GA to Richard L. and Nora Courts Hull (Glancy). She graduated from Marjorie Webster Jr. College in Washington, D.C. and attended the University of Georgia in Athens. Susan was active in both the Phi Pi and Chi Omega sororities. Susan married John Walter Wilcox Jr. of LaGrange, Georgia on October 8, 1954 at the Cathedral of St. Philip. The couple has lived in Atlanta since they were married. Susan was an accomplished and well-known decorator in Atlanta and ran her own business for many years. Susan was generous and devoted to her grandchildren; Robinson Cronan of Palm Beach, FL, Wilcox Cronan of Atlanta, GA, Hull and Nora Collins of Essex, MA. Susan was an active member of the Forward Arts Foundation and the Junior League of Atlanta for many years. She also chaired the Piedmont Ball. The family will hold a private service on Friday December 2, 2016. A celebration of Susan's life will follow at her home at 2 pm. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the charity of your choice. The family would like to thank Krissy Fowler, Dr. Kelleen Fitzgerald, Live Oak Caregivers and all the representatives of Visiting Nurses Hospice Atlanta for their care and dedication to Susan.

Hull, Susan Courts (I0054)
3 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hull, Kimball Erskine Clement (I1106)
4 "Readers should be aware that many errors have been found in the census enumerations ... [and] that phonetic spelling was commonly used and names may or may not be spelled as they are familiarly spelled today." Source (S14536)
5 As typed up by Ira Hull for R. L. Hull, April 1950 Source (S07084)
6 Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The (GA)
August 14, 2005

CARL STEPHEN WRIGHT Carl Stephen Wright's star fell from the sky August 11, 2005. He is at last at peace with his universe and its demons which awed, perplexed, and amazed him. A man of few words, but with an amazing and charming persona. He could light up a room with just a smile or just being there. All who he touched loved him as passionately as he loved them. Never content with the middle of the road he lived life to the tune of his own drummer. The whole of him was far greater than the sum of his parts. Carl was born December 22,1977, part Rambo, part Jeremiah Johnson, part James Dean, all rolled into one. A truly beautiful man, who loved sports and the outdoors. Hunting was his passion and he was a self-taught marksman able to shoot moving targets with a pistol. No mountain was too hard to climb and no hike too long. He knew no fear. We are all better people because we had the privilege to know him. Words can never convey how much he will be missed. Carl Stephen is survived by his mother, Nan Evans Vogler; his father, Carl William Wright; stepparents, Michele Wright, Lonnie Vogler, Becky Wright; sisters, Kathryn Wright Brennan, Emma Parker; brothers, Preston Wright, Zach Vogler, Luke Vogler, Zachary Parker, Logan Davidenko, Mason Davidenko; and brother-in-law, Alex Brennan; grandmothers, Kathryn Wright and Nancy Hull Evans; uncles and aunts, and cousins by the score and his loyal dog, Abby. He will always be our hero. Rest in Peace L.C., you fought a good fight. Visitation will be Sunday, August 14 at A.S. Turner & Sons 3pm-6pm with a Rosary/Prayer service said by Monsignor Richard Lopez. A memorial mass will be held at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 2855 Briarcliff Rd on Monday, August 15 at 10am. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Carl Stephen Wright Memorial Fund, in care of Piedmont Bank of Georgia, 3423 Piedmont Road, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30305. Proceeds to benefit young boys. A. S. Turner & Sons

Copyright (c) 2005 The Atlanta Journal and the Atlanta Constitution

Wright, Carl Stephen (I0449)
7 Based on author's and his father's personal knowledge Source (S06248)
8 Betsy Hull said that Hunter is known as T. J. because his father and brother were Joe, and he wanted to be the Third Joe. Hull, Hunter Longstreet (I1855)
9 Birth to Andrew Cherry and Winifred Mary Mesney is listed in Lurgan Ancestry. Cherry, Charlotte Elizabeth Murrow (I3020)
10 Birthdates of Joseph and Thomas may be reversed. Cobb, Joseph Henry Lumpkin (I0207)
11 Birthdates of Joseph and Thomas may be reversed. Cobb, Thomas Reade Rootes Jr. (I0208)
12 C.S.A. marker, Oconee Hill Cemetery:

Commanding Cavalry, Cobb's Legion, Lee's Army 
Delony, Colonel William Gaston (I0774)
13 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Baughman, Michael Tyler (I527)
14 Cornelia Norris McKimmon Trott was honored in 2014 by induction into the Raleigh, NC Hall of Fame. Following is the biographical sketch citing her achievements:

Cornelia Norris McKimmon Trott

After deciding a teaching career was not the career she desired, Cornelia Norris McKimmon Trott went to night school to become a lawyer in the 1930s. In 1938 she passed the bar and was one of only a handful of female lawyers in the state. She became the first woman lawyer to work in the Attorney General?s Office. In 1948, she left the Attorney General?s Office and became president of what would become Lawyers Title Insurance Company of North Carolina, Inc. In 1948, title insurance was in its infancy and by the time Cornelia retired in 1973; the company she helped run out of a Cameron Village office handled the majority of the title insurance business in the state and had expanded to Charlotte and Winston-Salem. In addition to being a role model in business, she was an active community member and avid sportswoman. One of the community roles she enjoyed most was providing legal counsel for the Junior League of Raleigh. 
McKimmon, Cornelia Norris (I1892)
15 Cousin Leila May was living in Athens when I went to the University of Georgia 1954-56. She and Cousin Lucy Linton used to have me over for Sunday dinner. Hull, Leila May (I0352)
16 Dean of Men, University of Georgia Tate, William (I2722)
17 Died 1790/1794 Wingfield, Mary (I1170)
18 Died at age 3. Stone, Charles (I2490)
19 Died unmarried. Rootes, James (I1379)
20 Died without issue. Gwyn, John (I1471)
21 Died without issue. Hines, John Bolling (I1906)
22 Early settler Somerset Co MD

Headright for Ambrose Dixon, Marumsco, MD

Property, Somerset Co MD:
Addams Garden
Kings Lott from John King
Addams Green from Wm. Stevens 
Adams, Philip (I03)
23 Edinger rhymes with singer.

Ward Edinger remarried after Lucille Hull's death.
Edinger, Ward Munson (I0999)
24 Edward Whaley Seabrook Hull of Chestertown, MD., died Sunday, January 28, 2007 in the Laurelwood Care Center in Elkton, MD. He was 83.

Dr. Hull was born March 10, 1923 in Washington D.C., the son of the late Edward Seabrook Hull III and Hortense Marshall Hull. He served during WWII as a United States Marine Corp[s] pilot, during which time he flew an unarmed reconnaissance aircraft at Iwo Jima earning an Air Medal. After his military service, he worked as a journalist, author, publisher and Marine Scientist. His life's work was to preserve the environment, studying and reporting on the ecology and oceanography. His second passion was photography. Dr. Hull was a member of many international and national professional organizations, including the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

Edward Hull is survived by his wife, Nellie Fortson Hull of Chestertown, MD., three sons, E. W. Seabrook Hull Jr., of Baltimore, MD.; John H.M. Hull of Harrisonburg, VA., John's wife Eloise and their two children Isaac and Mary; Thomas M.F. Hull of Chestertown, MD., his sons Daniel and Bradley of Grasonville, Md.; one daughter, Nellie P.F. Hull of Douglasville, GA., her son William C. Blockinger and his son W. Seabrook Blockinger of Douglasville, GA.

Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, the family encourages donations to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 162 Prince Georges Street, Annapolis, MD 21401, or the Alzheimer's Association, 209C Milford Street, Salisbury, MD 21804
Hull, Edward Whaley Seabrook (I1868)
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Schuster, Alicia (I1670)
26 Excellent in later generations; unknown in earlier generations Source (S02634)
27 Excellent, hard to read Source (S02949)
28 Family lore:

According to family lore, Richard Murrow and his wife had four children, all of whom died at one time. They had eleven more, and then his wife died, leaving him to rear the children. I have found no record of these first four children. (Vivienne Murrow's diary reports two children who died, much more realistic in the time frame.)

I have a reproduction of a long, low stool that was placed in front of the fire. My mother told me that her mother Florence and two older brothers used to kneel there for family prayers and see who could spit farthest into the fire.

Another story tells of one of the boys on the way home from school running into the Catholic church and putting mud in the holy water. When he found out about it, his father told him that, as soon as his next piano student left, he was going to cane him. Teacher and student, in duet, played a fortissimo chord and were rewarded with a terrible banging noise. When the father opened the piano to see what was wrong, hidden there was the cane he planned to use. Before caning the boy, the father told him to take off his pants. The boy did so, revealing another pair underneath. On taking those pants off, he finally got his punishment.


Vestry Minutes, Church of Christ the Redeemer, March 3, 1872:

"The churchwarden handed in the resignation of Mr. Murrow, organist. Three months notice given from 1st. April next."


From Longstreet Murrow Hull:

Street's mother, Nancy Linthicum Hull, gave him a medal that she had worn as a pendant. It was awarded to Richard Murrow by Christ Church Cathedral in 1851. It is pictured on this page.

Murrow, Richard Lewis (I0203)
29 First "Miss Georgia Peach" Lumpkin, Marion Bryan (I2666)
30 Florence Murrow Hull named her younger son Richard Louis for her father, whose name was Richard Lewis Murrow in the family Bible but Richard Louis Murrow on his tombstone. Murrow, Richard Lewis (I0203)
31 Founded Hammond Electronics in 1947. Hammond, Grattan Jr. (I1879)
32 Franklin Garrett's necrology, Atlanta History Center:

September 1916. Judge William H. Pope. 1870-9/13/1916. Died at res. of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Philip Weltner in Ansley Pk. Was a former atty. of Atla[nta]. Born in Edisto, S.C. and grad. from U. of Ga. in 1889 with degree of A. M. Came to Atla to practice law in the ofc of Sen. Hoke Smith. During Pres. Cleveland's 2nd adm. he was appointed to represent the Indians in some of their claims against the U.S. Govt. Was appointed as Federal Judge to the Philippines, where he formed a friendship with the . . . 
Pope, Judge William Hayes (I0236)
33 From

Page 15--WINGFIELD, JOHN, Jr.. To son Garland the plantation known as "Solitude" at majority. To sons Overton and John the home plantation at the death of my wife Mary. Land in Jackson and Clark counties to be sold and equally divided among all my children as they marry or come of age. Wife Mary and brother Garland Wingfield and Hope Hull, Excrs. Probated Mar. 8, 1802.
J. Daracott, John Pettris, Test.

From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

John Wingfield, Jr., died testate in Wilkes County, Ga., where his Will dated 10 March 1791 was proved 5 January 1794. In it he made provision for his wife and their 10 living children: ... (8) John Wingfield, Jr. (b. 21 July 1761; 8 March 1802, Wilkes Co., Ga.) m. Mary Darracourt, and had issue: Dr. John Wingfield, Patsy [m. William Simpson], Garland and Overton Wingfield, Frances [m. -- Meriwether], Sarah Garland Wingfield [m. Rev. J. Glenn], Ann Overton Wingfield [m. Dr. Lucius Q. C. d'Yampert], and Elizabeth [m. -- Mays]. ... 
Wingfield, John Jr. (I1166)
34 From "Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5":

George, died without issue before the date of his mother's will, ... 
Reade, George (I1831)
35 From "Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5":

Nicholas, named as a headright in his father's patent, apparently died young as he is not named in his father's will. 
Martiau, Nicholas (I0548)
36 From "Annals of Athens" by Augustus Longstreet Hull:

Judge Lumpkin was a learned jurist and a finished scholar. He loved study, and was a great reader. His speeches, of which no record now remains, were full of pathos and the fire of eloquence, and his decisions while on the Supreme bench are models of clearness and elegant composition. A natural teacher, for many years he imparted instruction to the young men in his office and in the Lumpkin Law School, charming them alike by the elegance of his language and the thoroughness of his knowledge. He was a great temperance advocate, and his voice, always heard on the side of righteousness, was a power for good.

Judge Lumpkin was the first Chief Justice of Georgia. Chief Justice Bluckley said of him: "His literary power was in vocal utterance. In the spoken words he was a literary genius, far surpassing any other Georgian living or dead, I have ever known. Indeed, from no other mortal lips have I heard such harmonies and sweet sounding sentences as came from his. Those who never saw and heard him cannot be made to realize what a great master he was."


From "The Record of My Ancestry" by A. L. Hull:

Joseph Henry Lumpkin was born in Lexington, VA. Entered the U. of Ga. but on suspension of the college went to Princeton where he graduated with second honor in 1819. After studying law he was elected to the Legislature at 25 years of age. After a successful practice of law, he was elected the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia upon its organization in 1845 and held the office until his death. Judge Lumpkin was a great lawyer but a greater judge. As an orator he had few equals, and his defense of Young Harris charged with murder acquitting him in the face of universal prejudice against him was one of the greatest triumphs of his life. He was a ruling elder in the Presbyterian Church. Paralysis was the cause of his death. He organized the Phi Kappa Debating Society at the University of Georgia.


From 1850 Census of Clarke County, Georgia:

LUMPKIN, Joseph Henry 50 M W Judge, Sup.Ct. $10,600* Georgia

*Value of real estate owned.
Lumpkin, Judge Joseph Henry (I0374)
37 From "Descendants of Jacob Lumpkin":

George Lumpkin was a Captain of Virginia troops in the American Revolutionary War. Because of this Harry Lumpkin joined "The Empire State Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (Nation number 53538, State number 5544) on October 5, 1934. Cora Wilma (Thomas) Hutchinson joined the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution. It is from these two applications that I received much information. I received the forms from Kimmel (Thomas) Durbin.--SJT.

On both Harry's and Cora's applications it is stated that George's services in the war were: "According to H.J. Eckenrode's list of revolutionary soldiers of Virginia in the Special Report of the Department of Archives and History for 1911, Part I, page 278: George Lumpkin was Captin as shown by the Auditor's Account Book for 1779, page 214."
Lumpkin, George (I1723)
38 From "Descendants of Jacob Lumpkin":

Lumpkin's home "Newington" in King & Queen Co., St. Stephens Parish, VA, on the Mattaponi River was the original home of the Lumpkin Family. It contained about 1,000 acres. In 1704 the Virginia Quit-Rent Rolls of King and Queen County contained the name of Jacob Lumpkin, and credited him with 950 acres at that time. He died 14, Sept 1708 at "Newington", King and Queen County, Virginia. Lower St. Stephen Church, now Mattaponi Baptist Church. Near the north door of the "Mattapony Church" lies a marble slab inscribed:

Obit 14 die September 1708, Aetatis 64
Dux Militum, Victor Hostium
Morte Victus. Pax adsit, vives requias
Eterna Sepultis.

Translated this reads: "A leader of soldiers; Conqueror of the enemy; Conquered by death. May peace be with him; you shall live. eternal rest for the buried."

"Lumpkin Lore" (1928) by L.L. Cody, pp. 2-4.
"Lumpkin--Wilson" (1929) by L.L. Cody, p. 57.
"King and Queen County, Va."  
Lumpkin, Jacob (I1725)
39 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families"":

[Augustine Warner] was Speaker of the House of Burgesses at the session of March 1675-6 and February 1676-7; he married Mildred, daughter of George Reade, Esq. and had a daughter Mildred (who married Lawrence Washington and was the grandmother of George Washington), and a daughter Mary who married John Smith of "Purton."


From "Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5":

As "the oldest son of Augustine Warner, gentleman of Virginia," Augustine II was entered as a pupil in the Merchant Taylor's School in London, 1658. He represented Gloucester County in the House of Burgesses, 1671-77, was Speaker of the House, 1676-77, and was named to the Council, 1677. HIs home was "Warner Hall," Gloucester County. Mildred (Reade) Warner's will, now lost, was dated 4 Jan. 1694/5.
Warner, Col. Augustine Jr. (I1369)
40 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

(...w.d. 10 March 1800, w.p. 2 August 1802, Elbert Co., Ga.) ...

After the death of Elizabeth, Charles Cosby m. secondly Elizabeth Sydnor, by whom he had 12 children. 
Cosby, Charles (I1610)
41 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

(4) Wingfield Cosby (b. 1746) who m. 1st Mary Morris and 2ndly Annie Baker; ... 
Cosby, Wingfield (I1558)
42 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

... (w. dat. 22 April 1794; proved 21 April 1795) ... 
Terrell, Peter (I1494)
43 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

... an ancestor of Robert E. Lee, ... 
Towneley, Lawrence (I1650)
44 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

... grandmother of George Washington ...


There is an error in the date of death or the date of burial. 
Warner, Mildred (I1651)
45 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

... served in the Virginia forces during the Revolution, first as an ensign and later as a second lieutenant. He was a son of Joel and Sara Elizabeth (Oxford) Terrell. William and Frances (Wingfield) Terrell were early arrivals in Wilkes County. There he was an early Justice; acquired extensive and valuable land holdings; owned many slaves. ... 
Terrell, William (I1616)
46 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

...Thomas...dying without issue...

There is near Gloucester Court House the tomb of "Tho. Reade Gent, Eldest son of Tho. Reade gent.," who died April 27th 1739 in his 42d year, and also the tomb of "Mrs. Lucy the wife of Mr. John Dixon of Bristol [Eng.] Daughter of Mr. Thos. Reade," who died Nov. 22d, 1731, aged 30 years. 
Reade, Thomas (I1472)
47 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

1. Major Philip Rootes, the earliest ancestor to whom the Virginia family has been traced, lived at "Rosewall," in King and Queen Co., immediately opposite West Point. He is mentioned in a record dated 1738, as "Major Philip Rootes of King and Queen," and was a justice of that county in 1739, and a vestryman of Stratton Major Parish. Besides his estate in King and Queen, he owned lands in New Kent and Orange, and lots in Fredricksburg. He married Mildred daughter of Thomas Reade, and died in 1756. His will was dated Aug. 3d, 1756 and was proved in King and Queen, with John Robinson, President of the Council, Humphrey Hill and his sons Philip and Thos. Reade, executors. [See cases reported in 6 Call., 21; and 6 Mumford 87, and also will of Susanna Livingston of Spotsylvania, who names several of his children.


From "Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5":

Mildred married Maj. Philip Rootes, died 17 Aug. 1756, aged 63, of "Rosewall," justice of King and Queen County, vestryman of Stratton Major Parish, 1732-56, who left will 13 Aug. 1756-12 Oct. 1756; 
Rootes, Maj. Philip (I0982)
48 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

11 Robert Cobbs (Ambrose,3 Robert,2 Ambrose1) married probably the daughter of Abraham Vinckler of James City Co., and his will was proved in York County in 1727. He gives his estate to be divided among "all his children." Sons 16 Vinckler and 17 John Cobbs apppointed executors. 
Cobbs, Robert (I1240)
49 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

14 Edmund or 15 Ambrose Cobbs, sons of 7 Ambrose Cobbs, was probably father of 38 Samuel; 39 Edmund and 40 John Cobbs of Louisa County.
Cobbs, Edmund (I0815)
50 From "Genealogies of Virginia Families":

14 Edmund or 15 Ambrose Cobbs, sons of 7 Ambrose Cobbs, was probably father of 38 Samuel; 39 Edmund and 50 John Cobbs of Louisa County.

From Murrow Morris:

I have listed the above children under 14 Edmund Cobbs. 
Cobbs, Ambrose (I1242)

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