Source for my mother? Annie Dunlap Smith Holman (1848-1932)

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Some people list her mother as Elizabeth, some as Ann and some as Mary... and some just say Elizabeht Ann Mary (HAHA... unless its true... hmmmm)...

On her death certificate her mother is listed as ________ Mathews and her father is James Smith.

I have tracked down her sister, Amanda Smith Mills who married Captain James Mills and a cousin had her obituary citing her sister Mrs. J.J. Holman... Amanda's obit says she dies December 11, 1905. Their other sister Kate was living with Amanda in 1900 before Amanda died.

I am not sure where else to look.

Thanks for reading!
WikiTree profile: Annie Holman
in Genealogy Help by Lindsay Tyrie G2G6 Mach 1 (18.1k points)

I did find a marriage record for an Elizabeth Mathews and a James Smith for

November 17, 1822

in Clarke, Georgia...

In the  1880 census her mothers birthplace is listed as Georgia and her fathers as South Carolina. In 1900, same thing. 1910 has father SC and mother Alabama. 1920 father is SC, mother is Georgia. 1930 father SC, mother GA. Death cert has SC on both...

ALL of this leads me to be pretty sure father is SC and mother is GA.

If Mary A D Smith is her then this 1850 census fits with Amanda and James...

Also, there is a brother James that is mentioned on Amanda's obit as well.

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Here is the marriage record that fits the profile referenced:

Georgia Marriages to 1850 about Elizabeth Mathews

Name: Elizabeth Mathews
Spouse: James R. Smith
Marriage Date: 17 Nov 1822
Marriage County: Clarke
Marriage State: Georgia


by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)
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