Private David W. Payne Camp #1633

A "Sons of Confederate Veterans" Camp at Blairsville, Georgia

Private David W. Payne Camp #1633, P.O.B. 2212, Blairsville, Union County, Ga. 30514 Contact us!

Louisa Frady Payne

Levi Frady and Rebecca Corn Frady daughter Louisa married John Payne.

A copy of Levi Frady's will names John Payne as one of his executors, along with John Patton.

Union County, Georgia - Court of Ordinary Ordinary Court Minutes - 1891-1903
microfilm Roll #RHS 3957 Georgia Archives [pages 129-177; 1894]

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Union Court of Ordinary - April Term 1894

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Ordered by the court that JM Watts, WB Guther, JW Parks, EL Sullivan and JB Madaris by appointed commissioners to lay off and assign a twelve months support for Louisa J. Payne and her minor children from the estate of John Payne, deceased.  Granted April 2, 1894 - JW Meeks, Ordinary



Petition of Louisa J. Payne shows that she is the widow of John Payne, deceased, that he died intestate March 1888, and that there has been no administration on his estate.  Requests twelve months support for herself and minor children. - April 2, 1894

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Petition of Louisa J. Payne, widow of John Payne, decd, having been filed for a years support for herself and three minor children, order granting same.  June 4, 1894 - JW Meeks, Ordinary

Harvey P. Medaris witnessed a Georgia Confederate pension application for Mrs. Louisa J. Payne widow of John Payne of Union County, Georgia.


Harvey P. Medaris enlisted in Company I, "11th Georgia Calvary", Army of South Carolina, Georgia, and Floridaat Athens, Georgia, on August 15, 1864. The 11th Cavalry Regiment was organized near Athens, Georgia, on November 14, 1864. The regiment was created by consolidating the newly formed 30th Georgia Cavalry Battalion and four independent cavalry companies raised under the authority of the War Department where the conscript act could not be enforced. The majority of the men were from the Athens and Macon areas of Georgia. The unit was assigned to the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, and served in M. W. Hannon’s and R. H. Anderson’s Brigade. It fought at Savannah, but many of the men were captured. In February, 1865, only 90 effectives were present and in April most of these were captured at Macon. Colonel Andrew Young, Lieutenant Colonel H. W. Barclay, [both from Union County] and Major Madison Bell were it’s commanders.
 
Harvey and his wife Nancy, applied for Confederate pensions in Gilmer County, Georgia.