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    Coweta County, Georgia, Will Book A, p. 11. November 1830 – October 1831. Will of Nathaniel Smith of Oglethorpe County. Named son Walton Hill Smith. Witness: John Hardiman. Executor: Charley Smith. The will names all his children.
    In Coweta County, Georgia, deeds from Thomas Hardeman to Elizabeth Parks; B. F. Hardeman to Elizabeth Parks; and R. V. Hardeman to Elizabeth Parks.702
    Elizabeth Parks lived in Coweta County, in 1850.703 Elizabeth Parks lived in Coweta County, Georgia, in 1860, with Walton H. Smith.704 Elizabeth Parks lived in Bibb County, Georgia, in 1870, with her sister-in-law, Sarah Hardeman (widow of Thomas Hardeman).705

    702 Coweta County, Georgia, Deed Book K, p. 602-605.
    703 1850 Coweta County, Slave Schedule: Elizabeth Parks, 30 slaves.
    704 1860 U.S. Census, Coweta County, Georgia, p. 774, P.O. Newnan, #820/722. Walton H. Smith, age 36; Martha E. Smith, age 28; Young W. Smith, age 10; Mary Smith, age 7; Elizabeth Parks, age 67, $23,700. All born in Georgia.
    705 1870 U.S. Census, Bibb County, Georgia, p. 622, #162/168. Sarah Hardeman, age 66; Obediah Hardeman, age 30; Loula Hardeman, age 24; Elizabeth Parks, age 77.