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Family Sheet

Name: Jackson Dye Born: 16 Apr 1815 at Elbert County, Georgia Married: 8 May 1848 at Elbert County, Georgia Died: 20 Sep 1875 at Elbert County, Georgia
Name: Elizabeth Butler Note Born: 6 Jan 1822 at Elbert County, Georgia Died: 14 Nov 1921 at Elbert County, Georgia Father: Peter Patrick Butler Mother: Hannah Snellings
Name: Mary Dye Born: Abt 1849 at Elbert County, Georgia Died: Husband: Jeptha E. Campbell
Name: George Dye Born: Abt 1850 at Elbert County, Georgia Died: Wife: ?? Wansley
Name: Newton Dye Born: Abt 1852 at Elbert County, Georgia Died:
Name: Jackson Patrick Dye Born: 31 Dec 1854 Died: 1 Oct 1933 Wife: Martha Ann Butler
Name: Francis Anne Dye Born: 3 Jul 1859 at Elbert County, Georgia Died: 13 Nov 1934 at Elbert County, Georgia Husband: Joseph Francis Burton Bell
Name: Sarah Dye Born: Abt 1862 Died: Husband: ?? Moon
Name: Lucy Dye Born: Abt 1864 Died:
2). P ELBERTON LADY NEARS 100 YEARS With Clear Mental Vigor and Remarkable Memory Visits Relatives in Morgan County.Madisonian Mrs. Elizabeth Dye, of Elbert county, spent a day and nigh t with Mr. and Mrs. Williford this week. She is a great aun t of Col. Williford, a sister of his grandmother. She was b orn in Jan. 1822, and will be 98 years old her next birthda y. She was born in Elbert County, a daughter of Peter Patri ck Butler. Both her grandfather and her great grandfather w ere soldiers in the war of the Revolution and after this wa r came from Virginia to Elbert and received grants of land . She has personally known many Revolutionary soldiers an d those who knew Mrs. Dye has about 60 direct descendants living, fou r of whom are great great grandchildren. something seems t o be missing in this sentence, but it is quoted as printed . Her mind is remarkably clear and she remembers everythin g whether it happened on yesterday or 90 years ago, in minu test detail. Her knowledge of the family history of the fir st settlers of Elbert county is wonderful.She has been to Atlanta to visit a grand daughter, comin g back by Madison on her way to visit another grand daughte r, Mrs. Hugh Boswell, of Penfield, Ga.


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