Under the heading of Questions for Applicant, Lottie stated she and N. A. Hunnicutt were married 3 December 1865 in Rabun County, Georgia. About 3 weeks before Lottie's 14th birthday. Lottie also claimed to have only $225 worth of worldly goods and property, including two small town lots and a house on Park Street in Mountain City making up the majority with a value of $200.
More information about N. A. Hunnicutt's service to the Confederate cause was actually provided by a witness, I guess since Lottie and Andrew weren't married until after the surrender in 1865. N. A. Hunnicutt was a member of Company F, 11th Georgia Cavalry.
After the war, Lottie and Andrew settled down in Rabun County, Georgia and had many children. Census records suggest the number was 11. Andrew died 25 July 1913 and Lottie followed 15 September 1926. They both rest in the graveyard of Blue Heights Baptist Church in Mountain City, Georgia.
Dec 25, 1851
Sept 15, 1926
b. June 4, 1845
d. July 25, 1913
Beloved father, farewell.