• Created Date
  • 1860
  • Description
  • Part Indian, this woman was one of the children of a Methodist itinerant preacher, James Green, and his first wife, an unknown Indian woman. She married Andrew Jackson Kile in 1853 in Cobb County and soon moved to the Rex area, where they belonged to Rock Baptist Church and had 7 children before Jack died of illness during the Civil War. Nancy finished raising the children around Hampton and Jonesboro, then remarried and went to Texas in 1882 ... more
    Part Indian, this woman was one of the children of a Methodist itinerant preacher, James Green, and his first wife, an unknown Indian woman. She married Andrew Jackson Kile in 1853 in Cobb County and soon moved to the Rex area, where they belonged to Rock Baptist Church and had 7 children before Jack died of illness during the Civil War. Nancy finished raising the children around Hampton and Jonesboro, then remarried and went to Texas in 1882 to be with four of her sons and one daughter. Her other daughter Margaret Malinda Kile married William Calloway Estes (both pictured elsewhere on this site) and remained in Clayton County. This is a tintype photograph. Nancy Green Kile. Virtual Georgia Collection, Georgia Archives. less
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  • Photograph
  • Rights
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