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Descendants of Jedediah Garrison


200. LARRY WALLACE13 EMBRICK (MARY LOU12 BAGWELL, BESSIE (LEE) MAE11 GARRISON, WILLIAM H. (BILLY)10, CHRISTOPHER M.9, MARTIN8, THOMAS WESLEY7, JEDEDIAH6, JAMES5 GARRETSON, CORNELIUS4, GARRET3, JAN (JOHN) GERRITSEN2, GARRET (JANSZ)1 JANSZSON) was born 01 Jul 1947 in Jackson County, Georgia. He married (1) MARTHA HUNT 14 Mar 1970 in Georgia, daughter of CECIL HUNT and MARIAM FINCHER. She was born Feb 1945 in Georgia. He married (2) LISA Aft. 1990 in Jackson County, Georgia.

Notes for L
ARRY WALLACE EMBRICK:
MILITARY SERVICE: "THE EMBRICK FAMILY, and Their ANCESTORS "MILITARY SERVICE":


**********THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, (1775-1783)**********


#1. Frederick BAGWELL, (1759-1851, My 4th Great GRAND-UNCLE.
Son of Daniel BAGWELL, (1730-1802), and Elizabeth JOHNSON, (1735-1802).


#2. John Daniel BAGWELL, (1760-1855, My 4th Great GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of Daniel BAGWELL, (1730-1802), and Elizabeth JOHNSON, (1735-1802).


#3. WILLIAM BAGWELL, (1757-1848, My 4th GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Son of Daniel BAGWELL, (1730-1802) and Elizabeth JOHNSON, (1735-1802).

#4. Isaiah GARRISON, (Before 1760-1781, My 5th Great GRAND-UNCLE).
Possibly, a son of James GARRASON/GARRETSON of New Castle, Delaware, & Orange County, North Carolina.

#5. JEDEDIAH GARRISON, (1752-1830, My 5th GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Possibly a son of James GARRASON/GARRETSON of New Castle, Delaware, & Orange County, North Carolina). JEDEDIAH's father's name is NOT Completely Proven, but based on North Carolina Public Records, there is an 90% chance of being correct.

#6. ABNER SHERIDAN, (1759-1850, My 3rd GREAT GRANDFATHER.
Son of George SHERIDAN, and Hannah.

September 3, 1832, ABNER SHERIDAN applied for the benefits of the Act of Congress passed on June 7, 1832. ABNER stated that he entered the Service under Captain John TAYLOR in the Militia of North Carolina at Hillsborough, and was placed as a Guard to the Legislature. BURKE was the Governor at the time. ABNER served three (3) months of duty and was discharged by Captain John McCAULY. Captain TAYLOR had been ...ned and Broke for Cowardice. ABNER entered enlisted again by Captain John ELLIOTT in the North Carolina State Troops for nine months. (Does not recall the date, but thinks it was in 1783), at the muster grounds in Orange County, North Carolina. Abner was marched to Hillsborough and was placed in the Company of Captain JONES, and was under the Command of Major John LEWIS. ABNER served a total of 12 months. The First 3 months he was drafted, but he enlisted for the last nine months. Abner served for himself, not a substitute.






**********THE WAR OF 1812, (1812-1815)**********


#1. HENRY H. WARE, (1788-1822, My 4th GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Son of Edward Powell WARE, (1760-1838), and Sarah "Sally" THURMOND, (1764-1812).

In 1855, Malinda Jane WARE, Henry H. WARE's WIDOW applied for Bounty Lands, based on her Husband's Henry's service in the WAR of 1812.


**********THE INDIAN WARS & THE CHEROKEE WAR**********


#1. Allen Turner GARRISON, (1815-1891, My First Cousin, 5 Times Removed).
Son of David GARRISON, (1777-1842), and Hannah P. PICKETT, (1777-1848).

#2. BENJAMIN B. POOL, (1803-18??, My 3rd GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Son of William Abijah POOL, (1769-1858), and Frances "Fannie" HARDMAN, (1777-1825).

#3. William Jackson POOL, (*******, My 3rd Great GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of William Abijah POOL, (1769-1858), and Frances "Fannie" HARDMAN, (1777-1825).

#4. JOHN RANDOLPH STOVALL, SR., (1815-1901, My 3rd GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Son of George Henry STOVALL, (1786-1866), and Nancy CHRISTIAN, 1784-18??).

#5. Brittain Saunders WARE, (1815-????), My 3rd Great GRAND-UNCLE.
Son of Henry H. WARE, (1788-1822), and Malinda Jane STRICKLAND, (1788-1867).


**********THE CIVIL WAR (1861-1865)**********

#1. JOHN ALEXANDER BURROUGHS, (1823-1911, My 2nd GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Son of James BURROUGHS, (1777-1862) and Sarah WATSON, (1782-After 1844).

March 10, 1963: Enlisted in Company A., 16th Infantry Regiment, Georgia.
May 3, 1863, WOUNDED at Chancellorsville, Virginia.
CAPTURED. Date & Place Unknown. (POW).
May 15, 1865, Released at Rock Island, Illinois. (Estimated Date).
SOURCE: Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, 1861-1865.

#2. James H. BURROUGHS, (1844-1863), My Great GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of John Alexander BURROUGHS, (1823-1911), and Elizabeth B. ALLEN, (1823-1906).

March 4, 1862, Enlisted as a Private.
May 6, 1863, Transferred to Company E., 37th Regimental Infantry, Georgia.
September 19, 1863, WOUNDED at Chicamauga, Georgia.
October 29, 1863, DIED from wounds at Atlanta, Georgia. Buried in Atlanta in Oakland Cemetery.


#3. Allen Moses CHANDLER, (1839-1915, My 2nd Great GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of Dudley Jones CHANDLER, (1809-1905), and Nancy Frances JOLLY, (1811-1887).

July 11, 1861, Enlisted as a Private in the 16th Infantry Regiment, Georgia Infantry.
December 13, 1862, WOUNDED in the neck at Fredericksburg, Virginia.
December 3, 1863, CAPTURED near Knoxville, Tennessee. (POW).
June 17, 1865, Released at Rock Island, Illinois.


#4. Dudley Cromer CHANDLER, (1840-1920), My 2nd Great GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of Dudley Jones CHANDLER, (1809-1905), and Nancy Frances JOLLY, (1811-1887).

July 11, 1861, Enlisted as a Private.
June 8, 1863, Transferred to Company C, 3rd Battalion, Georgia Sharpshooters.
April 6, 1865, CAPTURED at Farmville, Virginia. (POW).
June 26, 1865, Released at Point Lookout, Maryland.


#5. Daniel Lumpkin CHANDLER, (1832-1862, My 2nd Great GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of Dudley Jones CHANDLER, (1809-1905), and Nancy Frances JOLLY, (1811-1887).

August 5, 1861, Enlisted as a Private in Company D., 16th Infantry Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, (Danielsville Guards).
Appointed Corporal.
May 2, 1862, DIED of Fever at Norfolk, Virginia.

#6. James Anderson CHANDLER, (1842-1915, My 2nd GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Son of Dudley Jones CHANDLER, (1809-1905), and Nancy Frances JOLLY, (1811-1887).

July 11, 1861, Enlisted as a Private.
April 22, 1862, Appointed as 5th Sergeant.
September 14, 1862, CAPTURED at Cramptons Gap, Maryland. Exchanged.
December 3, 1863, CAPTURED near Knoxville, Tennessee. POW.
March 2, 1865, Transferred from Rock Island, Illinois to City Point, Virginia for Exchange.


#7. Neal CHANDLER, (1845-1913, My 2nd Great GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of Dudley Jones CHANDLER, (1809-1905), and Nancy Frances JOLLY, (1811-1887).

October 3, 1863, Enlisted as a Private, in the 16th Infantry Regiment, Georgia.
November 29, 1863, WOUNDED at Knoxville, Tennessee, in the Left Arm, necessitating Amputation above the elbow.
December 5, 1863, CAPTURED at Knoxville, Tennessee. (POW).
February 25, 1865, Paroled at Camp Chase, Ohio and transferred to City Point, Virginia for Exchange.
April 3, 1865, Admitted to Hospital in Richmond, Virginia.
May 28, 1865, CAPTURED in Jackson Hospital in Richmond, Virginia.
June 21, 1913, DIED in Screven County, Georgia.


#8. Sterling Simeon CHANDLER, (1834-1913, My 2nd Great GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of Dudley Jones CHANDLER, (1809-1905), and Nancy Frances JOLLY, (1811-1887).

Enlisted as a Private, in the 27th Infantry, Georgia Infantry.
May 3, 1863, WOUNDED at Chancellorsville, Virginia.
May 9, 1863, Admitted to Howard's Grove Hospital in Richmond, Virginia.
June 8, 1863, Transferred to Generl Hospital in Athens, Georgia.
June 8 thru August 26, 1863, Paid computations of Rations while on Furlough, (Leave).
October 20 or 26, 1863, DIED at Kingston, Georgia. Buried at Kingston).


#9. Joseph Henry EMERICK, SR., (1828-1893, My 2nd GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Son of

#10. Clayton GARRISON, (18, My Half 2nd GREAT UNCLE).
Son of

#11. Christopher M. GARRISON, (1842-, My 2nd GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Son of

#12. David A. GARRISON, (18, My 1st Cousin, 5 times Removed).
Son of

#13. Henry Fletcher GARRISON, (18-, My Half, 2nd GREAT GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of,

#14. Silas Morgan GARRISON, (18, My 1st Cousin, 5 times Removed).
Son of

#15. Edmond W. LAWLESS, (1830-1864), MY 2nd GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Son of Henry LAWLESS, JR., (1780-1871), and Nancy Kelly, (1788-1850).

November 21, 1861, Enlisted as a Private in Honea Path South Carolina.
May 30, 1862, Transferred to Company G., 22nd Regiment, in Charleston, South Carolina, (South Carolina Volunteers).
July 30, 1864, KILLED in the "Battle of the Crater", in Petersburg, Virginia. BURIED in a Common Grave in the Old Bradford Church Cemetery, in Petersburg, Virginia, on The University of Virginia Property.


#16. Elijah C. POOL, (18, My Half 3rd GREAT GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of,


#17. Henry Clay STOVALL, (18, My 2nd GREAT GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of


#18. John Randolph STOVALL, JR., (1841-, My 2nd GREAT GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of

#19. Asa Jones WARE, (1813-After 1870, My 3rd GREAT GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of Henry H. WARE, (1788-1822), and Malinda Jane STRICKLAND, (1788-1867).

August 16, 1863, Enlisted by Captain James W. DANIEL, for 6-months in Company G., 3rd Georgia Cavalry State Guards.
Served as Ordnance Sergeant, Georgia Infantry, Madison County, Georgia. *NOTE: Asa was AGE 50 in 1863). Asa married his Third (3rd) wife on September 24, 1870 in Jackson County, Georgia at the AGE of 57.


#20. Asa Jones WARE, (18, My 2nd GREAT GRANDFATHER).
Son of Edward Meeken WARE, (1806-1837), and Elizabeth M. MAJOR, (1812-1876). *NOTE: Edward Meeken WARE was MURDERED in Alabama in April 1837, about a month before Asa was born.


#21. Augustus Green WARE, (18, My 3rd GREAT GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of


#22. Brittain Saunders WARE, (18, My 3rd GREAT GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of


#23. Burrell H. WARE, (18-, My 1st Cousin, 5 times Removed).
Son of


#24. Nicholas Crawford WARE, (18, My 3rd GREAT GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of


#25. Samuel Henry WARE, (18, My 2nd GREAT GRAND-UNCLE).
Son of


NOTE: Some Other Possible MILITARY are the SHERIDANS, William, John, Henry, My 3rd GREAT GRAND-UNCLES, and ABNER, My 4th Great GRANDFATHER, and GEORGE, My 5th GREAT GRANDFATHER. Other BAGWELL's Also.


**********WORLD WAR I**********

#1. James Edgar BURROUGHS, (1895-1982, My GREAT UNCLE).
Son of Robert E. Lee BURROUGHS, (1863-1914), and Elizabeth WARE, (1860-1946).

September 17, 1917, Inducted at Commerce, Georgia, AGE 22+, Company K, 325th Infantry.
October 14, 1917, Company C, 121st Infantry.
June 11, 1918, Company M., 163rd Infantry.
July 14, 1918, Company F., 38th Infantry.
Engagement: Chateau Thierry.
August 7, 1918, Severely WOUNDED.
June 20, 1918-January 5, 1919, Served Overseas.
July 18, 1919, HONORABLY DISCHARGED, 75% DISABLED.
AWARDED the D. S. C. (Distinguished Service Cross), GOLD.



**********WORLD WAR I "DRAFT CARDS"**********

#1. Richard EMBRICK, caucasion, Age 21.

Born: November 7, 1895 in Athens, Georgia.
Color of Eyes: Blue.
Color of Hair: Brown.
Tall and Slinder.
Address: Precinct 253, Madison County, Georgia.
Married with 2 children.
Occupation: Farmer. Employed by: L. H. Seagraves, Commerce, Georgia.
Do you claim EXEMPTION?: Yes, on account of family.
Draft Card Signed: June 5, 1917.



#2. Thomas Clifford EMBRICK, white, Age 24.

Born: March 11, 1893.
Color of Eyes: Brown.
Color of Hair: Light.
Address: Bogart, Georgia, Oconee County.
Married with 1 child.
Occupation: Farming for self.
Draft Card Signed: June 5, 1917. (NOTE: He signed the Draft Card as Thomas EMBRICK).


#3. George Carlton EMERICK, white, Age 38.

Born: September 29, 1879.
Color of Eyes: Blue.
Color of Hair: Brown.
Tall with Medium Build.
Address: 767 Pulaski Street, Athens, Georgia.
Occupation: Patrolman in Police Department.
Nearest Relative: Miss Farrie Lee EMERICK, 767 Pulaski Street, Athens, Georgia.
Draft Card Signed: April 12, 1918.


#4. Lyman EMERICK, white, Age 21.

Born: July 23, 1897.
Color of Eyes: Blue.
Color of Hair: Light Brown.
Address: 157 First Street, Athens, Georgia.
Employer: Mason & Hanger Company, North Charleston, South Carolina.
Next of Kin: Joseph H. EMERICK, Jr., 157 First Street, Athens, Georgia.


#5. James "Marvin" BURROUGHS, white, Age 33.

Born: February 26, 1885.
Color of Eyes: Blue.
Color of Hair: Dark.
Address: Route # 3, Comer, Madison County, Georgia.
Occupation: Farmer for self.
Next of Kin: Leo BURROUGHS, wife.
Draft Card Signed:September 12, 1918.


#6. Thomas Christopher GARRISON. white, Age 31.

Born: December 25, 1880.





**********WORLD WAR II**********

#1. Joseph Hiram BAGWELL, Army Serial # 3494 9189, (1918-My UNCLE.
Son Of

June 9, 1944 Enlistment at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia, as a Private, in the Army for the Duration of War plus 6 months. Joseph was married and working as a Machine Operator, and had 3 years of High School. (REFERENCE: Box # 0872, Film Reel # 3.294).



#2. Willis H. BURROUGHS, Army Serial # 3476 8846, My, (19, My
Son of

April 22, 1943, Enlistment at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia, as a Private, in the Army for the Duration of the War plus 6 months. Willis was married and working as an Automobile Serviceman, and had 2 years of High School. (REFERENCE: Box # 0872, Reel # 3.268).



#3. WALTER WALLACE EMBRICK, Army Serial # 3476 8803, (1924-, My FATHER.
Son of Richard EMBRICK, (1895-1960), and Fannie Lee BURROUGHS, (1860-1972).

April 22, 1943, Enlistment


**********KOREAN WAR**********


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**********VIETNAM WAR**********


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More About L
ARRY WALLACE EMBRICK:
Military service: Bet. 1966 - 1968, Drafted into United States Army For Vietnam War. Was Seriously Wonded.
Occupation: Bet. 1971 - 2002, Policeman

More About M
ARTHA HUNT:
Address (Facts Pg): 2003, 224 Georgia Belle Drive, Jefferson, Georgia 30549-1486 (Reference Yahoo White Pages).
Telephone #: 2003, (706)-367-7530.

More About L
ARRY EMBRICK and MARTHA HUNT:
Marriage: 14 Mar 1970, Georgia

More About L
ARRY EMBRICK and LISA:
Marriage: Aft. 1990, Jackson County, Georgia
     
Child of L
ARRY EMBRICK and LISA is:
  i.   LARRY DYLON14 EMBRICK, b. 27 Sep 1997, Jackson County, Georgia.


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