Vital Records
Birth, Death, Marriages


Indian Wars (1816, 1818, 1835 -1842)

Berry, J. A.
1st GA MTd Vols Fla War
Nimblewill Bapt. Church Cem.
Lumpkin County GA
Wier Boyd
Fla Wars
Mt. Hope Cem
Lumpkin County GA

*Bryan, James Col.
Fla Wars
Harris, John M.
Pvt Means Co Linsay's Reg't 
GA, Mtd Militia, Indian Wars
Mt. Hope Cem
Lumpkin County GA
Mote, Levi  12 Jan 1816 - 21 Mar 1900
Capt. King's Co., GA Inf. Indian Wars
Yahoola Bapt Church Cem. Lumpkin Co GA
Stargel, John J. Rev.
1st Lieut. GA Militia Indian Wars
Cane Creek Bapt. Church Cem. 
Lumpkin County GA
Worley, James H.
1st Lieut. Capt Bearden's Co 
GA Inf Indian Wars
Mt. Hope Cem
Lumpkin County GA

*Col. James Bryan

Dahlonega Signal, March 20, 1885

Col. James Bryan,  was born in Sumter County, Georgia, December 24th 1791; died in Hall County Georgia March 12th 1885, aged ninety-four years, two months, and sixteen days. Col. Bryan served in the war of 1812 and also in the Florida War, was commissioned Major of the 98th Batt. of Militia, January 28th, 1830, by Gov. George Gilmer, also commissioned Col. of the 79th Reg. of Militia by Gov. Wilson Lumpkin, July17, 1835. Moved to Lumpkin County immediately after the removal of the Cherokee Indians and held the responaible trust for several years of his life, by commission from the governor of the state, as one of the justices of the Inferior Court. About three years ago, he moved to his daughter's, Ms. John Ray, to be cared for.