The James W. Bush Family
|James William (Jim) BUSH was
born on February 2, 1887 most likely in Dooly County,
Georgia. His father was Maultia Clinton Bush and
his mother was Queen Victoria NAPIER / NAPPER. On May 8,
1910, Jim Bush married Mamie Lee POWELL, born March 1,
1894. Mamie was the daughter of Willie Powell, b.
1869 and his wife Mary WILLFORD; she however was raised
by her grandfather, Andrew J. Williford.
Jim and Mamie Bush had 14 children and moved between Dooly, Crisp, Mitchell and Grady Co., GA. Their children were:
Mamie died February 16, 1938 shortly after the birth of their last child Marvin. She is buried at Snow Church, Unadilla, Georgia.
Jim Bush then married Lily Elizabeth SCARBOROUGH Alexander. Lily was the daughter of Benjamin Riley and Ella Mae PARKER Scarborough and was the widow of Jerry Lamar Alexander. Lily and Jim had two children: Violet Ada Bush and William Charles Bush.
James W. Bush died on June 13, 1970 and is buried at Snow Church in Unadilla, Georgia. Lily Bush died June 27, 1975; she is buried at Orange Hill Cemetery, Hawkinsville, Georgia.
Bush Family Links
November 13, 1999
|Recent research has lead to the discovery of additional information on this Bush family. The information will be added shortly. Bush researchers are most welcome and should contact "roots at thebriarpatch.com" to exchange information.|
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