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Submitted: 2/23/22 • Approved: 2/27/22 • Last Updated: 3/2/22 • R494099-G494099-S3
24 Mar 1836 - 2 Sep 1925
28 Dec 1836 - 4 May 1870
FYI- Links from " History of Webster County, Georgia," Compiled by the Weston ( GA) Woman's club, W. H. Wolfe Associates, Roswell, Ga , 1980 ed. p. 309 and the history of his family.
Reuben Jones Jr, served in the Confederate States Army, Co, E. 13 Regiment, Randolph County Volunteers. He was a farmer and shoemaker. After the Civil war, in about 1867 he gave 800 acres of his land to the minor children of James Jones, his brother and moved to Texas.
Contributed on 2/23/22 by wooddonnie59
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