George Washington Perry Family
submitted by Blue Childers
"I would love to receive any info you have on any of these ancestors in the Perry line."

George Washington Perry b. 1836 , Dooley Co, GA
Nancy Ann Tison b. Feb 1840 ,, GA

Married 1 Aug 1856 Sumter Co, GA


1. Andrew Jackson Perry b. Jun 1855 , , GA

Married Amanda J. McWilliams – the name Missouri comes up as another wife

2. James Monroe Perry b. 1859 , , GA

3. George Lafayette Perry b. 11 Oct 1862 Crossroads, Terrell, GA
Married Mary E. (Mollie) McWilliams 6 Apr 1884, Terrell, GA

4. John Everett Perry b. 1863 ,, GA

5. Charles H. (Harrison?) Perry b. May 1864 Americus, , GA

Married Mary S. Pent 1885

6. Lula E. Perry b. 1871 ,, GA

Married Madison Holman

7. Isaac M. Perry (Ike) b. Sep 1873 ,, GA

8. Maggie E. Perry b. 1875 ,, GA

9. Emma Perry b. 1877 ,, GA

Married William Allbrook

10. Juliann F. Perry b. 1879 ,, GA

11. Nellie Perry b. Mar 1882 ,, GA

In the 1910 Census from Florida I show:

George Washington (age 76) and Nancy (age 69) (married 53 years) running a boarding house. George W. was wounded at the Battle of Olustee and on a pension from the Civil War.

Andrew J. (age 52) married to Amanda (age 46) for 19 years but showing Andrew had 10 children and Amanda had only 7 with 5 still living for both.

With them in Coconut Grove they had: Son - Walker age 27

Son - Eugene age 14

Son - Charles age 11

Daughter - Ruby age 3
Just looking at the age of Walker I would venture to say that Missouri was Andrew’s first wife.

Charles H. Perry (age 41) and Mary (age 27) married 15 years with 3 daughters

Isaac M. Perry (age 36) and Roxie B. (age 26) married 8 years with only son Roy

George L. Perry (age 47) and Mollie (age 48) married 26 years with 8 of their 9 children still living.

William Lafayette Perry (age 21) and Catherine A. (age 17) just married in 1909. These are my grandparents.

I show all these persons on the 1900 Census in Coconut Grove, FL.

I show George W. and Nancy in Sumter County GA on the 1880 Census with Andrew J. not living with them. Andrew and Amanda must have married around 1880-81. The oldest son on the census, Walker , was born somewhere around 1873 so I would guess that “Missouri” was his mother.