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Carlisle of Georgia and Alabama By Jeannette Holland Austin

Green Whatley Carlisle was born 16 March 1810 in Morgan County, Georgia and died 4 June 1882 in Brundidge, Alabama. He was married on 19 July 1832 in LaGrange, Georgia to Mary Elizabeth Leverett. Alabama. He was a farmer, owning land in Brundidge and was buried on his homeplace. Mary Elizabeth Leverett was born 15 October 1816 in Putnam County, Georgia and died 12 May 1887 in Brundidge, Alabama. She was a daughter of Rev. Thomas Leverett and Mary G. Griffin, her father being a baptist minister and a soldier of the Revolutionary War. Rev. Thomas Leverett was a son of William Leverett and his wife, Bridget, who emigrated from England to Wilkes County, Georgia. Deeds and other records of this family are found in Davidson's 2 volume set of Wilkes County, Georgia. Also the genealogy of the Leverett family and the Carlisle family is found, under Genealogies to members of Georgia Pioneers

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Bachlott, John Rudolph, son of Richard and Emily (Rudolph) Bachlott, was born in St. Mary's, Ga. (Camden Co.) on 12 Feb 1860 where he later became a merchant. His grandfather was John Bachlott, a large slaveholder and planter who also operated a large tannery. His father was a carpenter and steamboat captain before the War Between the States. Source: Memoirs of Georgia (1895), Camden Co. Sketches.

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