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Subject: Serepta Springs Civil War Statue/Waddle
Posted by: Rick Waddle rickster4@cox.net
Date/Time: 2010-09-12 2:49 p.m.
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I have this George W. Waddle in my line.

Born June 5, 1851 in GA. Died Dec. 12, 1914 in Lexington, Cleveland Co., OK

Married Mary Elizabeth Ridling abt 1872 Hempstead, AR (daughter of William C. Ridling and Margaret Ann Lollar.

George W. Waddle's parents: Noel Waddle born abt 1805 in NC and Mary Ann Cherry.

George W. Waddle's siblings:

Thomas W. b. 1832, TN (my GGGrandfather) m. Millie Ann Prater, died abt 1885

Bershiba (Bersheeba?) b. abt 1844, GA (m. Elija Prater, brother of Millie Ann Prater)

Felix b. Feb 17, 1835 (fought with brother Thomas W. in Civil War)

Nancy b. 1828, TN

William b. Sept 1827, TN

Lucasora b. abt 1837, TN

Elizabeth b. abt 1840, TN

Julia Pamela b. Apr 5, 1845, Dade Co., GA (m. Samuel Henderson Gross)

Noel (Jr.) b. abt 1846, GA

Luerelia b. abt 1842

George W. and Mary Ridling's children:

George Leslie

William Luther

Frank C.

Leonados

Roy Judson

Lee

Addie Pearl

Thomas Henderson

Walter C.

Hugh Givens

I have photo of George W. Waddle and wife Mary E Ridling


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