Catherine Follendor was born 1824-1828 in Germany. In the early 1840's, she married Jacob Russell in (likely) Bibb County, Georgia. From what I can gather, the couple had nine children – seven daughters and two sons.
Catherine died 18 January 1895 in Macon. Her obituary tells a bit about her journey from Germany to middle Georgia.
Macon Telegraph (Georgia)
20 January 1895, pg. 6 [via Georgia Historic Newspapers]
MRS. RUSSELL DEAD.
A Good Woman and Old Citizen Passes Away.
The death of Mrs. Jacob Russell, which occurred at the home of Mrs. L. Vannucci, on Mulberry street, yesterday morning at 4 o'clock, will carry deep regret to the hearts of many people, as she was a woman loved by all who knew her, and her long residence in Macon had endeared her to the hearts of many people.
Mrs. Russell's last illness was of short duration. She came to Macon from Florida, where she has been making her home for some time past, to attend the funeral of her daughter, Mrs. P. J. Duffy, several weeks ago, and although apparently in good health at the time, she soon became ill and gradually grew worse until death came.
Mrs. Russell was born at Strasburg, Germany in 1824 and came to America fifty-eight years ago. She landed at Savannah and came to Macon by way of the Ocmulgee river on a boat under command of Capt. [Bone?]. When 18 years of age she was married to Jacob Russell of Macon, who was one of the city's most progressive citizens. He started the first brewery known in the state of Georgia, and for many years ran the largest brewery in the South. The old buildings still stand on the Vineville branch, in the northern part of the city. Mr. Russell was also alderman for several years.
Mrs. Russell leaves a sister, Mrs. William Abel, six daughters, Mrs. J. H. Otto, Mrs. Peter Hertel, Mrs. Louis Vannucci, Mrs. Louis Nelson, Mrs. H. M. Taylor, Mrs. Charles Ball, and one son, Mr. Jacob Russell. She also leaves twenty-eight grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
The funeral will take place at 2:30 from the Catholic church this afternoon.
A son not mentioned in the obituary was C. H. Russell.
And, by the way, Mrs. Russell had a bit of money when she passed away.
Macon Telegraph (Georgia)
23 January 1895, pg. 5 [via Georgia Historic Newspapers]
MRS. RUSSELL'S WILL. -- Ordinary Wiley yesterday probated the will of Mrs. Catherine Russell, widow of Jacob Russell and mother-in-law of Mr. Louis Vanucci. The amount of the will is about $18,000.
The statue atop the tombstone for Catharine Russell could be of the Virtue of Hope. She is holding an anchor in her left hand.