Terrill - paf192 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Terrill/Terrill/Tyrrell Lines

Carrie SARBOROUGH was born about 1855.

Lucian RENSHAW was born on 3 Apr 1859.

Emma WATSON was born on 19 Apr 1855.

Jennie SAUNDERS was born on 28 Jan 1857.

Edwin TERRILL was born about 1810. He died in , Jasper Co., Missouri.

Will written 24 Jan 1871, probated 17 April 1871 in Jasper Co. Executors are Aaron Street, Samuel Weeks, and Thomas W. Hill. No spouse or children were listed by my source (Ellsberry). Witnesses: John Purcell, Absolom Hollingsworth

William TYRRELL was born about 1650 in London, , , England and was christened on 25 Aug 1650 in All Hallows, , London, England. He died in Oct 1651 in London, , , England and was buried on 9 Oct 1651.

Jennie SANDERS was born about 1860.

Edwin Holland TERRILL was born in 1848. He died in 1910.

Edwin Terrell, US Minister to Belgium, 1889-1893. Found at: http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/tazew-terri.html

Joseph Meriwether TERRILL was born on 6 Jun 1861 in Greenville, Meriwether Co., Georgia. He died on 17 Nov 1912 in Atlanta, Georgia and was buried in City Cem., Greenville, Georgia.

TERRELL, Joseph Meriwether, a Senator from Georgia; born in Greenville, Meriwether County, Ga., June 6, 1861; attended the common schools; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1882 and commenced practice in Greenville, Ga.; member, State house of representatives 1884-1887; member, State senate 1890; attorney general of Georgia 1892-1902; Governor of Georgia 1902-1907; resumed the practice of law in Atlanta, Ga.; appointed as a Democrat to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Alexander S. Clay and served from November 17, 1910, to July 14, 1911, when he resigned; again resumed the practice of his profession in Atlanta, Ga., and died there November 17, 1912; interment in the City Cemetery, Greenville, Ga.


Mellichamp, Josephine. ‘Joseph Terrell.’ In Senators From Georgia. pp. 196-99. Huntsville, Ala.: Strode Publishers, 1976; Jones, Alton DuMar. “The Administration of Governor Joseph M. Terrell in the Light of the Progressive Movement.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 48 (September 1964): 271-90.

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