|Twiggs County, Georgia, as of 1807 (map from randymajors.com)|
Catharine married Thomas Clarke Wyche on March 5, 1826. They may have been married in Thomas County, Georgia. I haven't found a marriage record for them, but their first child Mary Barry Wyche (my 2nd great grandmother) was born the following year, on March 27, 1827, in Thomas County. Besides Mary, their children were Martha Susan (1829-1864), Elizabeth Hannah (1832-1858), George Archibald (1833-1934), Catherine Caroline (1836-1929), Thomas Lawson (1838-1844), and Alice Maud (1839-1890).
|Thomas County, Georgia, as of 1825 (map from randymajors.com)|
Catharine died on December 27, 1864, and Thomas died six years later on July 5, 1970. Both are buried in the family cemetery on Mill Pond Plantation.
This post is part of the 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks challenge by genealogist Amy Crow at No Story Too Small.
 Constance Pendleton, ed., Confederate Memoirs: Early Life and Family History, William Frederic Pendleton and Mary Lawson Young Pendleton. (Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania, 1958), 155.
 Ancestry.com. Georgia Bible Records. Transcription of the Thomas C. Wyche family bible, page 282. Marriage date for Thomas Clarke Wyche and Catharine Barry MacIntyre.
 Ancestry.com. 1860 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedule for T. C. Wyche.
 See Footnote 1 above.
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