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Elizabeth McDuffie
(no known picture)
Sex: Female
Birth: May 10, 1805
probably in Richmond County, North Carolina
Death: November 8, 1887
in Hawkinsville, Pulaski County, Georgia
Burial: Mt. Zion Baptist Church Cemetery,
Abbeville, Wilcox County, Georgia
Father: Murdock McDuffie
Mother: Abigail Curry
Spouse/Partner: James Lea Willcox
Marriage: January 5, 1823

         A daughter of Murdock McDuffie and Abigail Curry.

ChildrenEdit

Name Birth Death
Children of James Lea Willcox and Elizabeth McDuffie


John Woodson Willcox January 31, 1825
Irwin County, Georgia
June 18, 1852
unknown


Sarah Willcox February 13, 1827
Irwin County, Georgia
January 4, 1854
unknown


Mark Willcox ?? ??, 1829
Irwin County, Georgia
?? ??, 1829
Irwin County, Georgia


Mary Willcox February 24, 1833
Irwin County, Georgia
?? ??, 1883
unknown


George Mitchell Willcox November 1, 1835
Irwin County, Georgia
May 20, 1915
unknown


Woodson Willcox ?? ??, 1836
Irwin County, Georgia
?? ??, 1836
Irwin County, Georgia


Georgia Ann Willcox ?? ??, 1837
Irwin County, Georgia
?? ??, 1837
unknown


Sibbie Gertrude Willcox December 27, 1839
Irwin County, Georgia
October 5, 1910
Hawkinsville, Pulaski County, Georgia


Elizabeth Willcox March 27, 1842
unknown
June 12, 1876
unknown


Lewis Abijah Willcox ?? ??, 1845
unknown
?? ??, 1845
unknown


Abigail Sophronia Willcox July 25, 1847
unknown
June 9, 1894
unknown


ReferencesEdit

  • Albertson, Martha S. A Willcox Family History 1689-1981. (private printing June 1981)
  • Hawkinsville Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, compilers. History of Pulaski County, Georgia 1808-1935: Official History. Atlanta: W. W. Brown [c. 1935]; Bicentennial Edition: Macon, GA: OmniPress, c. 1975.
  • Huxford, Folks. Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia, Volume V. 1951.
  • McDonald, Mary Lou L. and Samuel Jordan Lawson III. The Passing of the Pines: A History of Wilcox County, Georgia, Vols. I-III. Roswell, GA: W. H. Wolfe, 1984.
  • Mt. Zion Cemetery

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