- ID: I11738
- Name: John Collinson Waters 1
- Sex: M
- Birth: Between 1789 in North Carolina, Jones County?
- Death: Between 1862 in Hall County, Georgia
- Reference Number: 11738
Feb. 28, 1799' - Warren County Deed Book ?A? - p. 508 - Castleberry, Martha, Peter, and Claburn, to Matthew McCrary, all of Warren County. Deed dated Feb. 28, 1799, conveying 100 acres on Long Creek, granted to the said Martha in 1791. - Witness: Arthur Jenkins, Collinson Waters.
Dec. 27, 1799' - Warren County Deed Book ?C? - p. 18 - Castleberry, David of Hancock Co., to Edward Castleberry of Warren Co. Deed dated Dec. 27, 1799, for 112 acres on Ogechee River granted to Hill Barnes in 1787. - Witnesses: Joseph Howell, Calingston Waters.
Nov. 9, 1800' - Warren County, GA, Deed Book ?F? - p. 150 - Few, Ignatius, of Columbia County, to Claborn Castleberry of Warren Co. Deed dated Nov. 9, 1800, for land on Long Creek being part of grant made in 1784 to grantor. - Witnesses: Colloenson Waters, William ROSSEAU.
1818' - Hall County was formed from Jackson & Franklin Counties.
23 Nov., 1818' - Jackson Co., GA Deeds - Collinson Waters of Jackson Co., sold 120 acres in Jackson Co. to Robert Burk of Jackson County, adjacent. Jones line...Wm. ? Gravets line…
Witness - William Matthews & David Waters.
Note: Supposedly, Collinson Waters ran a stagecoach line from Hall County, Georgia to Savannah, Georgia.