52 Ancestors: #4 The First Nonagenarian I Ever Knew

non·a·ge·nar·i·an nänəjəˈne(ə)rēən,ˌnōnə-/ Noun. A person who is from 90 to 99 years old. My great-grandfather Francis Walton Batchelor lived into his nineties and is first nonagenarian I ever knew. Great-Grandpa was born in Harris County, Georgia in December 1869, the son of Luke Batchelor and Lucretia Lucky. He grew up and lived in Georgia and lived there for many years before migrating up North to Michigan. Through the years Great-Grandpa appears in the US census records under several names: Francis Walton WalternRead more