In 1809, Benjamin's father liquidated his holdings to his children for $2,000. Items included livestock, and furniture, as well as "love, goodwill, and esteem" for his family. He named his children in the documentation as Benjamin, Phillip, Elizabeth, and Sally. 
Benjamin owned land in Walton and Morgan Counties, Georgia. In 1836, the family moved to Cherokee County, Alabama. 
Benjamin died September 6, 1863 and Margaret died on October 23, 1863. Benjamin and Margaret are buried in Smith Chapel Cemetery, Leesburg, Cherokee County, Alabama.
↑ 1.01.11.21.3 Awbrey, Mildred published Aubrey/Awbrey in1966
↑ Awbrey, Jon A. published Aubrey/Awbrey - Dominion and Decline in 2007
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