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From: "James Allen Reddoch" <>
Subject: Re: [REDDOCH] Re: [REDDICK/R320] 1840s GA: Daniel Reddick md. Sarah Jane Hamilton
Date: Sat, 28 Jan 2006 14:45:01 -0600
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These Daniels like that Abraham in your last series of emailings keep
However the only Daniel I have is my 2 G Great Grandpa the one you referred
to from Mississippi who married his second cousin Nancy Worthy.
This Abraham seems to be the one that we keep finding. If we ever find a
Reddick that matches our Reddochs he will probably be a descendant of
Abraham and Hannah.
"William Reddox and Abraham Reddix are among those listed as soldiers of
"The Line" in the Appendix of "Story of GA and the People of GA", p 625.
"It is possible that some of the earlier Georgia Reddochs (ick,ock) came
from North Carolina before the Revolution. Some probably returned to North
Carolina when the War began for safety as well as to fight with the
Colonists. One such was Abraham, with his wife, Hannah and a daughter, he
received a grant for 100 ac in 1773 on the upper side of the Broad River
near the mouth. Following the Revolution Abraham received several grants in
Greene, Wilkes and Washington counties Georgia. He died in 1853 in Jasper
Co, Georgia at 94 years of age. His birth date was ca 1759. Although there
is no evidence of direct relation to William, it is likely that they were
related-possibly brothers or cousins. They lived near each other in Wilkes,
Washington and Hancock Counties. (1)" From "Reddoch Relatives" Introduction.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dale E. Reddick" <>
Sent: Saturday, January 28, 2006 1:59 PM
Subject: [REDDOCH] Re: [REDDICK/R320] 1840s GA: Daniel Reddick md. Sarah
Well, Daniel Reddick (if in Putnam County) was very close by where
Abraham Reddick had settled in 1788 in what was then Greene County.
Abraham and his family ended up in the newly created Hancock County soon
thereafter. Both Greene and Hancock abutt against Putnam County. So,
this Daniel Reddick might be part of that family.
However, the family of William and Mary Rose Reddoch also lived in the
same area. And I recall that there was a Daniel Reddoch - however, he
married Nancy Worthy circa 1850. This is according to the book by Dr.
Joseph W. Reddoch.
Then, too - there was Captain Daniel Reddock (Reddoch) of Camden County,
GA. and who also appeared in the 1850 census of Savannah, Georgia. He
appears to have been a ship's captain in coastal Georgia waters.
There are Reddicks buried in cemeteries in and about Eatonton, the
county seat of Putnam County, Georgia.
Dale E. Reddick
by way of R. D. Reddick <> wrote:
> Subject: Robert Hamilton m Eliza McKinley > GA
> This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.
> Classification: Query
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> Message Board Post:
> Looking for info on a Robert Hamilton b bet 1800-1810,
> m Eliza McKinley on 6 June 1827 in Mecklenburg
> Co. NC. By 1840 they were living in Putnam Co. GA.
> Had 4 children before Eliza died in 1841.
> Sarah Jane m Daniel Reddick
> Isabelle Caroline m Paul Wheeler
> unk infant
> Robert William m 1. Rosabella Flynn in TX,
> 2. Susan Smith and 3. Florenda Hight.
> Any leads appreciated.
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