Golladay family in 1860 census
- Mississippi -


21 July 1860

Grenada County  (Note that Grenada was part of Yalobusha County until 1870)

George Shall Golladay 45 Attorney at Law From Lebanon, Tennessee
- Martha (Harper) 34 -  
- Davidella 17 -  
- George  CSA flag 14 -  
- Samuel 9 -  
- Harper 1 -  
- James L_____ (last name hard to read) 19 Slave Manager Slave listing


Yalobusha County - Coffeeville

Missing from census:

Robert H. Golladay   Attorney at Law From Lebanon, Tennessee
- Amanda (Willis)  (1)   -  
- Leren (born 27 Dec 1858)   -  
- Willis (born 23 Dec 1859)   -  
- Fannie (born around 1865)   -  

 (1) Amanda was the daughter of a physician, Dr. William Willis. Unfortunately, her father died on 24 Jun 1840 when Amanda was only eight years old. Amanda was raised without a father, as her mother did not remarry. Her mother's maiden name was Frances E. Starke.


CSA flag  denotes service as a Confederate soldier

Christian cross denotes a person who died between 1860 and 1870


This page last updated on March 07, 2012