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Naomi Phillips md. Nathan Fish; tidbits of information
First White Child Born in Jasper.
Nathan Fish, and his wife, Naomi Phillips, were the parents of the first white child born in Jasper, This child, a son, Calvin Fish, was born December 22, 1807, and died August 1, 1861.
Source: Georgia's Landmarks, Memorials and Legends, complete in two volumes, Vol. II, by Lucian Lamar Knight, published by The Byrd Printing Co., 1914; Pg. 811 (Chapter on Jasper County, Georgia).
Family Bible Record of Nathan Fish.
Jasper County, Georgia.
Contributed by M. J. Powell, Monticello, Ga.
Nathan Fish was born October the 3, 1779
Naomi Phillipes was born July the 14, 1784
Clarasha Fish was born November the 29, 1803
Poley Fish was born August the 20, 1805
Calvin Fish was born December the 22, 1807
Susen Fish was born April the 6, 1810
Theren Happwah Fish was born June the 1, 1812
Rusel Fish was born September the 16, 1814
Thomas Gastin Fish was born January the 28, 1817
Leonora Fish was born April the 5, 1819
Vines Fish was born December the 9, 1821
Curth the 31 October 1824 and death the same 1824
Curth Day the 17 August 1826 and death the same 1826
Nathan Fish and Naomi his wife was married March the 20, 1802 (Four lines faded and not readable).
Win Mac Cauley and Susen his wife was married January 31, 1828
Calvin Fish and Sarrina his wife was married February the (?), 1830
Rusel Fish and Eliza his wife was married October the 10, 1833
Pollard Brown McMichael and his wife the 12th January 1841
Theran Happuch Fish was born June the 1, 1812 and Died September the 24, 1815 aged 3 years three months and 24 days
Clarisa Fish was born November the 29, 1803 and died January the 28th 1823 aged 19 years 1 month and 28 days and was married 10 months and 14 days
Nathan Fish departed this life on the fourteenth day of October in the year of our Lord Eighteen Hundred and Forty
Naomi Fish departed this life on the 8th April 1846
NOTE: Bible had no date of publication but was "printed and sold by John Holbrook, Battlebrough, VT.
Source: Thomas Powell, colonial-yeoman-planter, circa 1616-1687, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, and John Hardman, colonial-planter, circa 1725-1800: progenitors with thousands of their descendants arranged in chronological order to 1985, Volume 2, by George Travis Powell, 1985; Pg. 1464
AGREEABLY to the last Will and Testiment of Nathan Fish, late of Jasper county, deceased, will be sold at the late residence of the deceased on Wednesday, the sixth of January, 1841, the perishable property, belonging to the estate, of said deceased, consisting of corn, fodder, cotton, bacon, hogs, cattle, sheep, &c. Sale to continue day to day until all is sold.
Terms made known on the day of sale.
CALVIN FISH, Executor.
November 11, 1840.
Source: Federal Union, Milledgeville, Georgia, December 1, 1840; Pg. 3, Column 6
Georgia, Jasper county.
WHEREAS, Vines Fish applies to me for Letters of Administration on the estate of Naomi Fish, late of said county, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish, all and singular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be, and appear at my office within the time prescribed by law, to shew cause, if any, why said letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office, April 11, 1846.
S. I. McMICHAEL, c.c.o.
Source: Federal Union, Milledgeville, Georgia, April 21, 1846; Pg. 3, Column 4
Attached is another version of the Nathan Fish Bible Records.