Fereby Johnson Hearne, daughter of Francis Sharpe Hearne, Sr., married Elijah Boswell and had one child, Mary, who married Dr. John Z. Maddox. Children: William, Sallie, Belle, Lee and Emma.
William Maddox married Miss Amelia Dickens and had several children. The eldest one married Charles Howell Fuller.
Sallie Maddox married a Mr. Bolen, of Madison Ga., and they have a large family.
Belle Maddox married a Mr. Patrick, of Newman, Ga.
Zachie Maddox also married a Patrick, and has a large family, whose names I have been unable to learn.
William Thornton Hearne, son of Francis Sharpe Hearne, Sr., died in 1903. He married first Miss Josephine Edmonson. Children: Ella, Eugenia and Mary Will.
Ella Hearne married Alexander Hamilton Reid. Children: Josephine Edmondon, William Clarence, Mary Eugenia and Alexander Hamilton.
Josephine Edmonson Reid married Robert Preston Brooks and they have one child named Josephine Reid. Mr. Brooks was the first Cecil Rhodes Scholarship pupil sent from Georgia to the Oxford University, England. He lives at Athens, Ga., and is a professor in the State University.
William Clarence Reid is a shoe merchant at Tampa, Fla.
Eugenia Hearne, daughter of Wm. Thornton Hearne, was born in 1859, married Thomas Jefferson Park, of Greene County, Ga. Children: Lila, Hugh, Nisbet, Ella May, Eugenia, Tommie, William and Nellie.
Nisbet Park married Miss Dixie Perry of South Carolina.
Ella May Park married a Mr. Worley, of Tennessee, and has two sons, Oliver and Thomas J.
Hugh Park, married Miss Dourough Burnley, Mary Will Hearne, daughter of Wm. Thornton Hearne, born 1861, married Richard Sankey Park, of Greene County, Ga. Children: Etheridge, Lillian, Ruth, James and Richard.
Etheridge Park married Miss Mary Dunevant.
After the death of his first wife William Thornton Hearne married Miss Elizabeth Armor, who died in 1906. They had one child, Clyde, who married Charles Alvin Whitman of Alabama and had two children: Charles Alvin, Jr., and Clyde Hearne.
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