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Rachael Caroline Nabers

F, b. 21 April 1815, d. 25 January 1891
Rachael Caroline Nabers|b. 21 Apr 1815\nd. 25 Jan 1891|p882.htm#i26431|Jacob Nabors|b. 1774\nd. 27 Sep 1857|p818.htm#i24538|Elizabeth Moore Power|b. 1772\nd. 17 Feb 1857|p879.htm#i26341|Jacob F. Nabors|b. 1750\nd. 1817|p881.htm#i26407|Sally Wheat|b. 1750|p881.htm#i26410|Alexander Power||p881.htm#i26414|Sallie Moore||p881.htm#i26415|
     Rachael Caroline Nabers was born on 21 April 1815 at South Carolina. She was the daughter of Jacob Nabors and Elizabeth Moore Power. Rachael Caroline Nabers died on 25 January 1891 at Pickens County, Alabama, at age 75. She was buried at Carrollton Cemetery, Pickens County, Alabama.
     Rachael Caroline Nabers REFN: 2483Be. She and Mancil Richard Owings REFN26408Be.

William Alexander Nabers

M, b. 1798, d. 1887
William Alexander Nabers|b. 1798\nd. 1887|p882.htm#i26432|Jacob Nabors|b. 1774\nd. 27 Sep 1857|p818.htm#i24538|Elizabeth Moore Power|b. 1772\nd. 17 Feb 1857|p879.htm#i26341|Jacob F. Nabors|b. 1750\nd. 1817|p881.htm#i26407|Sally Wheat|b. 1750|p881.htm#i26410|Alexander Power||p881.htm#i26414|Sallie Moore||p881.htm#i26415|
     William Alexander Nabers was born in 1798 at Spartenburg, South Carolina. He was the son of Jacob Nabors and Elizabeth Moore Power. William Alexander Nabers married Sarah Hancock Cheatham, daughter of Anthony R. Cheatham and Mary W. Collin, in 1835. William Alexander Nabers died in 1887 at Georgia.
     William Alexander Nabers REFN: 2484Be The Nabers moved to Georgia before 1825 and lived in Athens. The following story appeared in the Independent Anderson SC newspaper on July 5, 1960, and was written by Mrs. Paul Earle. 'Long ago there lived in Laurens County South Carolina, near the banks of the Warrior Creek, a young man by thename of William Nabers. He was hearing much talk about the rich lands further west, and decided to try his fortune in a far country. Travel experiencebeing so new, he stopped to look around when he got to Athens, Georgia. Heliked what he saw. The Oconee River furnished power for the Thread mills, good land was selling for the amazing price of $1.00 per acre and fine schoolswere already established. William soon found a suitable homesite, near a goodspring. A creek ran nearby with plenty of water available for a millpond and power to run his workshop machinery; for he was a cabinet maker as well as a farmer. Up to this point, William Nabers was doing all right, but , realizedhe needed help. This he found in Miss Sarah Cheatham of Louisville, GA., Jefferson County. She was teaching school in Clarke County near Athens. they met and married. Together they reared a large family of boys and girls, but the War Between the States got three of the boys. The sons and daughters of William and Sarah Nabers were: John, Zach, Billie, Jimmie, Jacob, Alexander, Mary, Sally, Betty and Emma. They were all taught to work when not in school....the boys on the farm and in the workshop and the girls to cook, spin and weave. There were no cookstoves for sale in Georgia until my mother was grown. There were no cotton gins, so not much cotton was planted. The seed were picked out by hand. A requirement was for each to fill his or her shoe full of seeds before bedtime. About that time a village had spring up six miles south of Athens, populated by early settlers from North Carolina, Virginia, and a colony of Germans named Myers and Winters.....hence the name Winterville. Earlier the Indians had been persuaded to sign a treaty making Cherokee Corner in Oglethorpe County the dividing line. The 'Treaty Oak' could be seen formany years near the highway from Athens to Crawford GA. Now it is replaced with a granite marker erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution, close to the historic Cherokee Corner Methodist Church and attracts many visitors. My grandfather, the Rev. Marshall Edwards, lived three miles below the Cherokee Corner 'Treaty Oak' in the horse and buggy days so we passed there . Sheep were raised on the farm. The wool was carded and spun on the spinningwheel, then knitted into socks, stockings and woven into cloth and counterpanes. The was did not come near the section except for the loss of so many young men, who went away but never came back. One of Mother's brothers was injured and came home on furlough. He recovered sufficiently to go back and was killed just at the close of the hostilities. As in the case of all wars, romance came to some on the sidelines. A young man from Kentucky, recuperating in the community, fell in love with the pretty Miss betty Nabers. She returned his affection, but her parents said: 'We can't let Betty go that far.' Toher dying day, Betty loved the smell of honeysuckle because once he gave hera bouquet of flowers sweet with the odor of that fragrant plant. You could hardly blame betty's parents; they had lost so many boys. Besides, those lost in the war, there was one who died from a bee sting. There were robbing bees at night and eating fresh honey. Evidently the bee was in the honey he ate. During the night his throat quickly became swollen, he died before they could reach a doctor. An opening in the windpipe was tried, but was not successful. Another thing, Sarah's people, the Cheathams, had nearly all moved west to Arkansas. Transportation being mostly hor. He and Sarah Hancock Cheatham REFN12828Be.

Nellie Mae

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Unknown Eleanor

F, b. 1803
     Unknown Eleanor was born in 1803 at South Carolina. She married John Nabers, son of Jacob Nabors and Elizabeth Moore Power. Unknown Eleanor married Abraham Boyd.
     Unknown Eleanor REFN: 2486Be. Her married name was Boyd. Her married name was Nabers.

Children of Unknown Eleanor and Abraham Boyd

Children of Unknown Eleanor and John Nabers

William A. Nabers

M, b. 1828
William A. Nabers|b. 1828|p882.htm#i26435|John Nabers|b. 1802\nd. 1881|p881.htm#i26424|Unknown Eleanor|b. 1803|p882.htm#i26434|Jacob Nabors|b. 1774\nd. 27 Sep 1857|p818.htm#i24538|Elizabeth M. Power|b. 1772\nd. 17 Feb 1857|p879.htm#i26341|||||||
     William A. Nabers was born in 1828. He was the son of John Nabers and Unknown Eleanor.
     William A. Nabers REFN: 2487Be. He and Irena Putnam REFN10881Be.

Children of William A. Nabers and Irena Putnam

Nancy Isabella Nabers

F, b. 1835, d. 1899
Nancy Isabella Nabers|b. 1835\nd. 1899|p882.htm#i26436|John Nabers|b. 1802\nd. 1881|p881.htm#i26424|Unknown Eleanor|b. 1803|p882.htm#i26434|Jacob Nabors|b. 1774\nd. 27 Sep 1857|p818.htm#i24538|Elizabeth M. Power|b. 1772\nd. 17 Feb 1857|p879.htm#i26341|||||||
     Nancy Isabella Nabers was born in 1835. She was the daughter of John Nabers and Unknown Eleanor. Nancy Isabella Nabers married G. W. Bass. Nancy Isabella Nabers died in 1899.
     Nancy Isabella Nabers REFN: 2490Be. Her married name was Bass.

Children of Nancy Isabella Nabers and G. W. Bass

Martha C. Nabers

F, b. 1840
Martha C. Nabers|b. 1840|p882.htm#i26437|John Nabers|b. 1802\nd. 1881|p881.htm#i26424|Unknown Eleanor|b. 1803|p882.htm#i26434|Jacob Nabors|b. 1774\nd. 27 Sep 1857|p818.htm#i24538|Elizabeth M. Power|b. 1772\nd. 17 Feb 1857|p879.htm#i26341|||||||
     Martha C. Nabers was born in 1840. She was the daughter of John Nabers and Unknown Eleanor.
     Martha C. Nabers REFN: 2491Be.

Susan Nabers

F, b. 1843
Susan Nabers|b. 1843|p882.htm#i26438|John Nabers|b. 1802\nd. 1881|p881.htm#i26424|Unknown Eleanor|b. 1803|p882.htm#i26434|Jacob Nabors|b. 1774\nd. 27 Sep 1857|p818.htm#i24538|Elizabeth M. Power|b. 1772\nd. 17 Feb 1857|p879.htm#i26341|||||||
     Susan Nabers was born in 1843. She was the daughter of John Nabers and Unknown Eleanor.
     Susan Nabers REFN: 2492Be.

Permelia Nabers

F, b. 1848
Permelia Nabers|b. 1848|p882.htm#i26439|John Nabers|b. 1802\nd. 1881|p881.htm#i26424|Unknown Eleanor|b. 1803|p882.htm#i26434|Jacob Nabors|b. 1774\nd. 27 Sep 1857|p818.htm#i24538|Elizabeth M. Power|b. 1772\nd. 17 Feb 1857|p879.htm#i26341|||||||
     Permelia Nabers was born in 1848. She was the daughter of John Nabers and Unknown Eleanor.
     Permelia Nabers REFN: 2493Be.

Samuel Nabers

M, b. 1850
Samuel Nabers|b. 1850|p882.htm#i26440|John Nabers|b. 1802\nd. 1881|p881.htm#i26424|Unknown Eleanor|b. 1803|p882.htm#i26434|Jacob Nabors|b. 1774\nd. 27 Sep 1857|p818.htm#i24538|Elizabeth M. Power|b. 1772\nd. 17 Feb 1857|p879.htm#i26341|||||||
     Samuel Nabers was born in 1850. He was the son of John Nabers and Unknown Eleanor.
     Samuel Nabers REFN: 2494Be.

William Matthews

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Mancil Richard Owings

M, b. 1811, d. 1890
     Mancil Richard Owings was born in 1811 at Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. He died in 1890.
     Mancil Richard Owings REFN: 2496Be. He and Rachael Caroline Nabers REFN26408Be.

Jacob Nabers

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Jacob Nabers||p882.htm#i26443|Jacob Nabors|b. 1774\nd. 27 Sep 1857|p818.htm#i24538|Elizabeth Moore Power|b. 1772\nd. 17 Feb 1857|p879.htm#i26341|Jacob F. Nabors|b. 1750\nd. 1817|p881.htm#i26407|Sally Wheat|b. 1750|p881.htm#i26410|Alexander Power||p881.htm#i26414|Sallie Moore||p881.htm#i26415|
     Jacob Nabers was born at South Carolina. He was the son of Jacob Nabors and Elizabeth Moore Power. Jacob Nabers died at Jefferson County, Alabama.
     Jacob Nabers REFN: 2497Be. He and Unknown Elizabeth REFN27631Be.

Children of Jacob Nabers and Unknown Elizabeth

G. W. Bass

M, b. 1823, d. 1895
     G. W. Bass was born in 1823. He married Nancy Isabella Nabers, daughter of John Nabers and Unknown Eleanor. G. W. Bass died in 1895.
     G. W. Bass REFN: 2498Be.

Samuel Bass

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Samuel Bass||p882.htm#i26445|G. W. Bass|b. 1823\nd. 1895|p882.htm#i26444|Nancy Isabella Nabers|b. 1835\nd. 1899|p882.htm#i26436|||||||John Nabers|b. 1802\nd. 1881|p881.htm#i26424|Unknown Eleanor|b. 1803|p882.htm#i26434|
     Samuel Bass was the son of G. W. Bass and Nancy Isabella Nabers.
     Samuel Bass REFN: 2499Be.

Mattie Bass

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Mattie Bass||p882.htm#i26446|G. W. Bass|b. 1823\nd. 1895|p882.htm#i26444|Nancy Isabella Nabers|b. 1835\nd. 1899|p882.htm#i26436|||||||John Nabers|b. 1802\nd. 1881|p881.htm#i26424|Unknown Eleanor|b. 1803|p882.htm#i26434|
     Mattie Bass was the daughter of G. W. Bass and Nancy Isabella Nabers.
     Mattie Bass REFN: 2500Be.

Ella Bass

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Ella Bass||p882.htm#i26447|G. W. Bass|b. 1823\nd. 1895|p882.htm#i26444|Nancy Isabella Nabers|b. 1835\nd. 1899|p882.htm#i26436|||||||John Nabers|b. 1802\nd. 1881|p881.htm#i26424|Unknown Eleanor|b. 1803|p882.htm#i26434|
     Ella Bass was the daughter of G. W. Bass and Nancy Isabella Nabers.
     Ella Bass REFN: 2501Be.

Thomas Bass

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Thomas Bass||p882.htm#i26448|G. W. Bass|b. 1823\nd. 1895|p882.htm#i26444|Nancy Isabella Nabers|b. 1835\nd. 1899|p882.htm#i26436|||||||John Nabers|b. 1802\nd. 1881|p881.htm#i26424|Unknown Eleanor|b. 1803|p882.htm#i26434|
     Thomas Bass was the son of G. W. Bass and Nancy Isabella Nabers.
     Thomas Bass REFN: 2502Be.

A. C. Bramlett

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Unknown Hale

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Daughter Liles

F, b. 1770
Daughter Liles|b. 1770|p882.htm#i26451|Jesse Liles|b. 1750|p820.htm#i24584|Susan Belue|b. 1751\nd. 13 Mar 1816|p820.htm#i24575|||||||Renney Belue Sr.|b. 1730\nd. 20 Dec 1797|p931.htm#i27930|Nancy Anne|d. 15 Mar 1803|p820.htm#i24573|
     Daughter Liles was born in 1770. She was the daughter of Jesse Liles and Susan Belue.
     Daughter Liles REFN: 2505Be.

Rhoda Liles

F, b. 1773
Rhoda Liles|b. 1773|p882.htm#i26452|Jesse Liles|b. 1750|p820.htm#i24584|Susan Belue|b. 1751\nd. 13 Mar 1816|p820.htm#i24575|||||||Renney Belue Sr.|b. 1730\nd. 20 Dec 1797|p931.htm#i27930|Nancy Anne|d. 15 Mar 1803|p820.htm#i24573|
     Rhoda Liles was born in 1773. She was the daughter of Jesse Liles and Susan Belue.
     Rhoda Liles REFN: 2506Be.

William Ezell

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Elizabeth Liles

F, b. 1777
Elizabeth Liles|b. 1777|p882.htm#i26454|Jesse Liles|b. 1750|p820.htm#i24584|Susan Belue|b. 1751\nd. 13 Mar 1816|p820.htm#i24575|||||||Renney Belue Sr.|b. 1730\nd. 20 Dec 1797|p931.htm#i27930|Nancy Anne|d. 15 Mar 1803|p820.htm#i24573|
     Elizabeth Liles was born in 1777. She was the daughter of Jesse Liles and Susan Belue.
     Elizabeth Liles REFN: 2508Be.

Rachel Liles

F, b. 1766
Rachel Liles|b. 1766|p882.htm#i26455|Jesse Liles|b. 1750|p820.htm#i24584|Susan Belue|b. 1751\nd. 13 Mar 1816|p820.htm#i24575|||||||Renney Belue Sr.|b. 1730\nd. 20 Dec 1797|p931.htm#i27930|Nancy Anne|d. 15 Mar 1803|p820.htm#i24573|
     Rachel Liles was born in 1766. She was the daughter of Jesse Liles and Susan Belue.
     Rachel Liles REFN: 2509Be.

Jesse,Jr Liles

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Jesse,Jr Liles||p882.htm#i26456|Jesse Liles|b. 1750|p820.htm#i24584|Susan Belue|b. 1751\nd. 13 Mar 1816|p820.htm#i24575|||||||Renney Belue Sr.|b. 1730\nd. 20 Dec 1797|p931.htm#i27930|Nancy Anne|d. 15 Mar 1803|p820.htm#i24573|
     Jesse,Jr Liles was the son of Jesse Liles and Susan Belue.
     Jesse,Jr Liles REFN: 2510Be.

Sarah Liles

F, b. 1768, d. 24 October 1845
Sarah Liles|b. 1768\nd. 24 Oct 1845|p882.htm#i26457|Jesse Liles|b. 1750|p820.htm#i24584|Susan Belue|b. 1751\nd. 13 Mar 1816|p820.htm#i24575|||||||Renney Belue Sr.|b. 1730\nd. 20 Dec 1797|p931.htm#i27930|Nancy Anne|d. 15 Mar 1803|p820.htm#i24573|
     Sarah Liles was born in 1768. She was the daughter of Jesse Liles and Susan Belue. Sarah Liles died on 24 October 1845 at Union County, South Carolina.
     Sarah Liles Alias: /Sally/ REFN: 2511Be.

John Hames

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Susannah Liles

F, b. 1771, d. 27 November 1853
Susannah Liles|b. 1771\nd. 27 Nov 1853|p882.htm#i26459|Jesse Liles|b. 1750|p820.htm#i24584|Susan Belue|b. 1751\nd. 13 Mar 1816|p820.htm#i24575|||||||Renney Belue Sr.|b. 1730\nd. 20 Dec 1797|p931.htm#i27930|Nancy Anne|d. 15 Mar 1803|p820.htm#i24573|
     Susannah Liles was born in 1771 at Union County, South Carolina. She was the daughter of Jesse Liles and Susan Belue. Susannah Liles died on 27 November 1853 at Union County, South Carolina.
     Susannah Liles REFN: 2513Be.

Unknown Smith

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