Jimmie Gullette and Walter Howard Knight, subjects of previous posts, had four daughters: Julia Elizabeth Knight, Dollie Howard Knight, Ruby Texas Knight, and Laurie Inez Knight.
Julia Elizabeth Knight (1880 – 1955)
Julia Elizabeth Knight was born August 09, 1880 in Georgia. She married twice. Her first husband, David Jackson Rigell, was an early merchant of Ray’s Mill, GA (now Ray City, GA.) They were married on March 19, 1901. Sometime after Mr. Rigell’s death in 1911, she married Dr. William David “Will” Sloan. Julia Elizabeth Knight died September 10, 1955.
Dollie Howard Knight (1882 – 1956)
Dollie Howard Knight was born April 12, 1882. On October 28, 1900 she married “the boy next door,” Louis Malone Bullard , a son of Mary Ann and Green Bullard. The Bullards lived on the east side of the Valdosta Road, in present day Lanier County. Dollie Knight Bullard died March 26, 1956, and was buried at Beaver Dam Cemetery, Ray City, GA.
Ruby Texas Knight (1891 – 1977)
Ruby Texas Knight entered this world on October 11, 1891. She was married to James Randall Johnson on April 21, 1910 and the couple made their home next door to her father’s place on the Valdosta Road, Ray City, Georgia. Ruby Knight Johnson died June 17, 1977 and was interred at Beaver Dam Cemetery, Ray City, Berrien County, Georgia.
Laurie Inez Knight (1894 – 1974)
Laurie Inez Knight was born April 9, 1894. She married Horace Webb in 1928. They had a home on Charlton Street in Valdosta, GA where her husband worked as a furniture repair man. Laurie Knight Webb died April 1, 1974 and was buried next to her sister, Ruby, at Beaver Dam Cemetery, Ray City, GA
- HMS Otranto Sank Ninety-four Years Ago
- Jon P Knight Sought Nomination to the Bench
- The Commission of Major General Levi J. Knight
- Constitution of New Ramah Primitive Baptist Church
- Knight Family Outing
- Portrait of Hardeman Sirmans and Elizabeth Knight
- DEATH OF MRS. BULLARD
- Glee Club Gave 1939 Christmas Cantata
- Historical Marker ~ Last Indian Fight in Berrien County
- Nazi Prisoners at Moody Field Worked Ray City Farms
- Levi J. Knight and Lowndes First Superior Court
- 1951 Beaverettes Couldn’t Miss; Boys Went Afoul at Homerville
- Jonathan David Knight, Signer of the Georgia Constitution of 1877
- Ray City Women Among Dress Revue Winners
- George Washington Knight and the Populist Party
- 1849 Adventures With A Panther in Berrien County, GA
- Effie Guthrie and the Knight Brothers of Ray City, GA
- Reverend William A. Knight at old Troupville, GA
- Bailiff William Knight Guilty in Murder of John Studstill