Nannie Bell "Nannie Bell" Raines
Nannie Rebecca Raines-Hattaway
Nannie Bell "Nannie Bell" Raines  ‎(I16)‎
Given Names: Nannie Bell
Nickname: Nannie Bell
Surname: Raines
Married Name: Hattaway
Married Name: Nannie Bell Hattaway

Show Details Source: Taylors Creek: story of the community and her people through 200 years
Publication: Press of the Atkinson County Citizen. 1963.
Citation Details:  Page 300
  Text: Tillmon Moses Hattaway and his wife, Nancy Bell Rhaines Hattaway, moved to Taylors Creek from Johnson County, Georgia about 1918. They had six children.

   


Gender: FemaleFemale
      

Birth: 9 October 1877 Jefferson Davis County, GA
Death: 10 May 1941 ‎(Age 63)‎ Jeff Davis County, GA
Personal Facts and Details
Birth Birth 9 October 1877 Jefferson Davis County, GA

Marriage Marriage Tillman Moses "Till" Hattaway - 13 March 1898 ‎(Age 20)‎ Laurens County, GA


Show Details Source: Court of Ordinary
Publication: Court of Ordinary, Laurens County, Georgia, Marriage Book L 1892-1906, page 197.
Citation Details:  Marriage book for Laurens County 1892-1906
  Text: Page 197


Note: An interesting side note to this marriage is that there has been some speculation that this was a "shotgun wedding". The reason for the speculation is the birth of their first son Herman.
Marriage certificate for Tillman and Nannie HattawayMarriage certificate for Tillman and Nannie Hattaway


Divorce Tillman Moses "Till" Hattaway - 1925 ‎(Age 47)‎ Taylors Creek, Liberty County, GA


Note: The actual divorce date isn't known. What is known is that some time around 1925, Tillman moved out and remained in the Taylor's Creek area. A couple years later he moved to Jesup, Georgia. The account comes from Lois Hattaway.
Death Death 10 May 1941 ‎(Age 63)‎ Jeff Davis County, GA

Cause of death: Acute Heart Failure
Burial Burial 13 May 1941 ‎(3 days after death)‎ Wrightsville, Johnson County, GA
Cemetery Cemetery: Pleasant Grove Church Cemetery

Globally unique Identifier B0B205C7FD4A78B4FD316D9834120ED11848
Last Change Last Change 15 January 2018 - 17:13:12 - by: gabe
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Immediate Family  (5)
Tillman Moses "Till" Hattaway
1876 - 1950
Herman Collis Hattaway
1899 - 1978
Robert Sherman Hattaway
1902 - 1984
Nancy Lorraine "Lorene" Hattaway
1905 - 1960
Heyward Hubbie "Hatt" Hattaway
1907 - 1973
Sally Lois "Sara" Hattaway
1917 - 2010
Earl Dewitt "Dick" Hattaway
1919 - 1987


Notes
MARR An interesting side note to this marriage is that there has been some speculation that this was a "shotgun wedding". The reason for the speculation is the birth of their first son Herman.
MARR An interesting side note to this marriage is that there has been some speculation that this was a "shotgun wedding". The reason for the speculation is the birth of their first son Herman.
DIV The actual divorce date isn't known. What is known is that some time around 1925, Tillman moved out and remained in the Taylor's Creek area. A couple years later he moved to Jesup, Georgia. The account comes from Lois Hattaway.
DIV The actual divorce date isn't known. What is known is that some time around 1925, Tillman moved out and remained in the Taylor's Creek area. A couple years later he moved to Jesup, Georgia. The account comes from Lois Hattaway.

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Sources
Name Taylors Creek: story of the community and her people through 200 years
Publication: Press of the Atkinson County Citizen. 1963.
Citation Details:  Page 300
  Text: Tillmon Moses Hattaway and his wife, Nancy Bell Rhaines Hattaway, moved to Taylors Creek from Johnson County, Georgia about 1918. They had six children.
Marriage Court of Ordinary
Publication: Court of Ordinary, Laurens County, Georgia, Marriage Book L 1892-1906, page 197.
Citation Details:  Marriage book for Laurens County 1892-1906
  Text: Page 197
Marriage Court of Ordinary
Publication: Court of Ordinary, Laurens County, Georgia, Marriage Book L 1892-1906, page 197.
Citation Details:  Marriage book for Laurens County 1892-1906
  Text: Page 197
Marriage Court of Ordinary
Publication: Court of Ordinary, Laurens County, Georgia, Marriage Book L 1892-1906, page 197.
Citation Details:  Marriage book for Laurens County 1892-1906
  Text: Page 197

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Close Relatives
Family with Tillman Moses "Till" Hattaway
Husband
Tillman Moses "Till" Hattaway ‎(I15)‎
Birth 9 November 1876 28 30 Washington County, GA
Death 5 April 1950 ‎(Age 73)‎ Jesup, Wayne County, GA
11 months

 
Nannie Bell "Nannie Bell" Raines ‎(I16)‎
Birth 9 October 1877 Jefferson Davis County, GA
Death 10 May 1941 ‎(Age 63)‎ Jeff Davis County, GA

Marriage: 13 March 1898 -- Laurens County, GA
10 months
#1
Son
Herman Collis Hattaway ‎(I33)‎
Birth 5 January 1899 22 21 Wrightsville, Johnson County, GA
Death 25 December 1978 ‎(Age 79)‎ Brunswick, Glynn, Georgia, USA
4 years
#2
Son
Robert Sherman Hattaway ‎(I31)‎
Birth 23 October 1902 25 25 Wrightsville, Johnson County, GA
Death 18 June 1984 ‎(Age 81)‎ McRae, Telfair County, GA.
2 years
#3
Daughter
Nancy Lorraine "Lorene" Hattaway ‎(I32)‎
Birth 11 January 1905 28 27 Wrightsville, Georgia
Death 11 May 1960 ‎(Age 55)‎ Taylors Creek, Liberty, Georgia, USA
3 years
#4
Son
Heyward Hubbie "Hatt" Hattaway ‎(I17)‎
Birth 28 September 1907 30 29 Wrightsville, Johnson County, GA
Death 2 November 1973 ‎(Age 66)‎ Brunswick, GA
10 years
#5
Daughter
Sally Lois "Sara" Hattaway ‎(I29)‎
Birth 17 June 1917 40 39 Wrightsville, Johnson County, GA, USA
Death 28 May 2010 ‎(Age 92)‎ Hinesville, Liberty, Georgia, USA
2 years
#6
Son
Earl Dewitt "Dick" Hattaway ‎(I34)‎
Birth 6 November 1919 42 42 Taylors Creek, GA ‎(now Ft Stewart)‎
Death 29 November 1987 ‎(Age 68)‎ Port Salerno, Martin County, FL