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Bryant Cemetery, Calvary, Grady County, Georgia

Elizabeth Kerse B. 1813 D. May 15, 1873 Sarah Elizar Truluck B. Dec. 2, 1850 D. June 9, 1930 J. R. Truluck B. Dec. 27, 1844 D. Sept. 9, 1917 Margaret Maxwell B. Sept. 20, 1824 D. Mar. 20, 1900 Elizabeth Maxwell B. 1791 D. Aug 8, 1882 James Maxwell B. July 4, 1791 D. Aug 25, 1870 George Bryant B. Aug. 1, 1813 D. May 10, 1904 Delilah Bryant B. Dec. 4, 1813 D. June 1, 1893 Myram C. Bryant B. June 18, 1856 D. Aug. 20, 1938 Daniel L. Bryant Pvt. Co. F 50th Reg Ga. Inf Confederate States Army B. Jan. 3, 1842 D. Oct. 2, 1930 Mrs. A. E. Bryant Wife of D. L. Bryant B. Sept. 25, 1850 D. Apr. 20, 1891 D. W. Maxwell B. Apr. 25, 1832 D. Mar. 31, 1915 Masonic Emblem on stone Maxwell – overgrown with underbrush Mrs. Grier M. Sutton B. Nov. 1, 1826 D. Jan. 1, 1886 Mrs. S. J. Sutton B. June 20, 1830 D. May 13, 1922 C. W. Chason B. 1908 D....

Slave Narrative of Banana Williams

Person Interviewed: Banana Williams Location: Dade County, Florida Banana Williams, 1740 NW 5th Court, Miami, Florida was born in Grady County, Georgia near Cairo in the 16th district. “The man what I belonged to was name Mr. Sacks. My mother and father lived there. I was only about three years old when peace came, but I remember when the paddle rollers came there and whipped a man and woman. “I was awful ‘fraid, for that was somethin’ I nevah see before. We “stayed on” but we left before I was old enough to work, but I did work in the fields in Mitchell County. “I came to Miami and raised 5 children. I’m staying with my daughter, but I’m not able to work much. I’m too done played out with old...

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