Selected Families and Individuals
Stephen Wesley Sikes
Married three times.
Queen Elizabeth Sikes
Queen died during childbirth and is buried on the road to Clyde on the right side.
DOCUMENTATION SOURCE:1820 Georgia Census, Camden County, Town of St.Marys & Town of Jefferson, Line 211Pioneers of Wiregrass, Huxford, Volume I, page 139From 1820 Census data:Malesto age 10: 010-16: 016 to 18: 116-26: 026 to 45: 145 & up: 0Females:to age 10: 110-16: 116-26: 026-45: 145 & up: 0Foreigners Not Naturalized: 1Persons Engaged In Agriculture: 1Persons Engaged in Commerce: 0Persons Engaged in Manufature: 0Free Colored PersonsMalesto 14: 1214-26: 026 to 45: 245 & up: 9Females:to 14: 1714-26: 626-45: 645 & up: 0
DOCUMENTATION SOURCE:1850 Georgia Census, Camden County. Page 24, Line 6Pioneers of Wiregrass, Huxford, Volume I, page 139Maiden Name UnknownPossibly the mother of T.K. McGillis,a "Mrs. McGillis is shown on page 24, age 80. I suspect this census refers to Mrs. Hannah McGillis, wife of Randolph McGillis who lived in this area.Pioneers of Wiregrass states that Hannah was the niece of Mrs. Catherine Howell (nee Innis). Mrs. Howell died childless, and left Hannah property in her will dated January 30, 1824 probated in Camden (Georgia) Inferior Court July 23, 1827.IT IS NOT PROVEN THAT THESE ARE THE PARENTS OF Terrence K. McGillis - THIS IS JUST A THEORY - FURTHER RESEARCH IS NEEDED