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John T. Cadenhead - Pike County, Georgia

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John T. Cadenhead - Pike County, Georgia

Posted: 1264738413000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Cadenhead, Ransom, Lynch
Seeking the names of the half-siblings in Mississippi:

The Atlanta Constitution
May 22, 1917
Judge Q.T. [J.T.] Cadenhead
Zebulon, Ga., May 21. - (Special) -
Judge Q.T. [J.T.] Cadenhead, one of the best known and most highly respected citizens of Pike County, was found dead today at the home of his son, E.J. Cadenhead, where he had for some time been living, his death due being due to heart failure. He was found by his son and family upon their return from the graduating exercises of the Zebulon High School. When they left home Mr. Cadenhead was apparently in his usual health and was reading his Bible. Mr. Cadenhead was a Confederate veteran, 75 years of age, and had served his country for four years as chairman of the board of county commissioners. He had for years been a deacon of Harmony Primitive Baptist church. The deceased is survived by his son, E.J. Cadenhead, and a daughter, Mrs. W.H. Lynch, both of Zebulon; one half brother and half-sister, of Greenville, Miss., and by several grandchildren and other relatives. Burial will be at the family cemetery Tuesday at 3 p.m.

John T. Cadenhead
b. 29 January 1843
d. 21 May 1917 in Pike County, Georgia

m. 13 December 1866 in Pike County, Georgia

Minerva C. Ransom
b. 15 June 1843
d. 22 August 1914 in Pike County, Georgia

their children (all born in Pike County, Georgia)

son: Edgar Jackson Cadenhead
daughter: Julia C Cadenhead Lynch
son: Elijah R. Cadenhead

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