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Full text of "The Todd family in America or the descendants of Christopher Todd, being an effort to give an account, as fully as possible of his descendants" See other formats. Caroline County, Virginia Court Records: Will BookWill & Plat Book ; Will B 8 1/2" x 11" format 71 pages.
Abstracted by Kimberly Curtis Campbell This volume contains the earliest extant wills for Caroline County bound in. Headrights granted by the Georgia Colonial and State Governments from to As printed in the "Story of Georgia and The Georgia People" by George Gillman Smith © Transcribed by.
Merchant's Account Book: Hanover Co., Va. - Francis Jerdone, merchant. Abstracted by Edgar MacDonald for the Virginia Geneaogical Society - Thomas Anderson junior in Louisa - 2 Nov - 1 buck horn knife, material, 1 doz buttons.
A "Thos Byran, merchant, age 25" appears on the census of Fulton County in the "Atlanta Hotel" (Joseph Thompson, manager). In the same hotel is brother "Janes Bryan, age 15". He appears on the roll of the Picken County Militia in He was a private in Company I.
Sarah Smith wife of David Smith, is buried in the Sweetwater Bapt. Cem. near Dawsonville, Dawson Co. She was bornand died May Her children were listed on her marker.
[Note: info. Lumpkin Co. marriages: David L. Smith m Sarah Roper 10 Mar Children: 1. Joe Smith Acworth GA 2. Smith 3. Ann Smith Beck 4. Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell (November 8, – Aug ) was an American novelist and journalist.
Mitchell wrote only one novel, published during her lifetime, the American Civil War-era novel Gone with the Wind, for which she won the National Book Award for Most Distinguished Novel of and the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in In more recent years, a collection of Mitchell's Born: Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell, November 8.
Page 8—LUMPKIN, GEORGE and wife Ann to James Greer acres on Buffalo creek adj. Vines Collier and John Lumpkin. Apr. 15, Page 9—COLLIER, VINES and wife Sarah to James Echols sale of land. Rowland Williams, Wm. and Martha Hammett, Test.
CHAPTER II DANIEL DOBYNS THE EMIGRANT TO VIRGINIA AND HIS EARLY DESCENDANTS Sarah Lumpkin Merchant. book DANIEL I DOBYNS, the emigrant from England to Virginia, was the founder of that branch of the American Dobyns family traced in this book.
His birth date is unknown, but he was probably of age when he first appeared in the records of Old Rappahannock Co. on 27 Jan as witness to a. Samuel Elbert ( – November 1, ) was an American merchant, soldier, and politician from Savannah, Georgia.
Elbert fought in the Revolutionary War, commanding the victorious American colonial forces in a naval battle near St. Simons Island, Georgia on Ap He was wounded and captured at the Battle of Brier Creek the following year, though he regained his freedom in a Battles/wars: Battle of Brier Creek, Frederica naval.
Lachlan McIntosh, a member of a prominent eighteenth-century Scottish Highland family that was among the earliest settlers of the Georgia colony, played an important role in the cause of American distinguished himself in a career that evolved over three critical periods in the state's early history—from colonial to revolutionary to statehood.
47—Commissioners of Confiscated Estates, to John Davidson of Savannah, merchant, acres on rocky creek, conveyed by Benj. THOMPSON to Wm. Mason and acres on Palmetto branch, orig. run by Lewis Meitteir and sold as property of John Proctor, and [Citation, ibid, p.
] acres known as Green’s Island in Chatham Cp., sold as. Shop for Books, eBooks & Audio, Fiction, L and much more. Everything Christian for less. The Simpsons (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. The Lost Books of the Bible: The Great Rejected Texts - 18 of the most sought-after books available, which shed light on the evolution of our faith, our theology, and our church.
Translations and commentary by the author of the best-selling book The Lost Books of Enoch, Joseph Lumpkin. The city was originally founded in as a stop on the Houston, East and West Texas Railway, the city is named for Abraham P.
Lufkin, a cotton merchant and Galveston city councilman. Lufkin was the father-in-law of Paul Bremond, president of the Houston, East and West Texas Railway which developed the town.
Lufkin continued to grow because of its proximity to the railroad and its lumber Area code: Page 9—MOSS, WILLIAM, merchant to Frederick Sims, power of attorney to receive a bright bay stallion, which is my property.
Dec. 9, Henry Mounger, Test. Page 10—WALKER, SANDERS and wife Sarah of Wilkes Co., to Thos. Glascock of Augusta acres adj. Levi Marshall, David Smith, Chas.
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Generation No. 1 1. The Immigrant Robert 4 Anderson (Richard 3, "York Watershed" 2, "Colonial Virginia" 1) was born in Great Britain, and died Aft.
in New Kent County, Virginia. He married?Bartelot. She was born Abt. and died Aft. in New Kent County, Virginia. Notes for The Immigrant Robert Anderson.
Jeptha married Sarah Hunt, daughter of Nancy Martin Carter and Dr. Richardson Hunt, on Octo at Apple Hill in Elbert County, Georgia.  Sarah was born J and died on Decem at Madison, Georgia. After retirement, Jeptha. Disunion follows the Civil War as it unfolded.
We don’t know exactly when the last sale of enslaved persons occurred in Richmond, Va., known as “the great slave market of the South,” but it must have taken place before April 3, On the previous day, the order had come to evacuate in advance of the arrival of Union troops who.
Richard Broughton and wife, Sarah, formerly Sarah Thorp Branford, and niece of Sarah Keating, decd. Ma Dec. 20 - Mary A.-Margaret C.-George S.- Stephen J.M.-John A. W.-and Barbara C- children of John and Sarah Cubbedge, vs. Alex. Stephens, in re a plantation "Lincoln", deed to George M.
Waters in trust for wife and children. Benjamin Cain born Aug in Pendleton District, South Carolina, and died Ap in Lumpkin County; Georgia. He married Mrs. Elizabeth Daniel Novem in Buncombe County; North Carolina, daughter of William Daniel and Sarah Self.
Per an article in the Atlanta Constitution Sunday,Ma, Atlanta,Georgia: Wheat street, which was changed to Auburn Avenue (in ), was named for Gus Wheat, who was known as the "one-eyed merchant of Marthasville." I haven't found any other references to "one-eye", but still looking.
Wheat Street (now Auburn Avenue) is the historic district for Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Author: Beverly Norman.
Letter Journal of Joseph Ball II, 12 January, to 3 December, and Letter Journal of Rawleigh Downman, 12 March. Built for Ephraim G. Ponder, a slave trader, this house originally featured a square cupola at the center of the roof. Ponder enslaved the Flipper family and one of their children, Henry Ossian Flipper (), was the first black cadet to be admitted to the United States Military Academy at West Point, in “Patent Book 4, pg.() - Samuel Mottram, Esquire, grants unto Anthony Arnell acres in New Kent County on North East side of a branch of Chickahominy Swamp running north perches to Mary Cosbyes land.
For transport of ten persons to this colony. (Named) 25 October ” (Src. AFAS, Vol. 3, No, pg. 10 – Virginia Land Grants). This text gives an overview of Wood County, Texas from roughly to It includes historical sketches of various aspects of life in the county as well as anecdotes.
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DEMOPOLIS Wilbur Holmes Atkeison, of Demopolis, died Dec. 7,at home. Graveside services will be 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 9,at Riverside Cemetery. Happy Birthday. John Turner Milner born JOHN TURNER MILNER BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY () Jefferson County, Alabama.
John Turner Milner, civil engineer, was born Septemin Pike County, Ga., son of Willis Jay and Mary Ann (Turner) Milner, brother of Willis Julian Milner. His grandmother on his father’s side was a sister of the Rev. Joshua S. Calloway.
Mary Ophelia (Mamie) Parks ( Dawson GA) m. in McKee Dawson County Georgia Calvin Lowinslo Burt ( Dawson GA Dawson GA) son of James Calvin Burt ( Lumpkin GA Dawson GA) and Sarah Sallie Talley ( Lumpkin GA Dawson GA) daughter of Jeptha Talley ( Pickens SC Whitfield GA) and Nancy Lucinda Palmour.
COCHRAN Genealogy. About COCHRANs. Related surnames: COCHRANE () Lumpkin, Georgia, USA - 02 Nov managed by Becki McCallum last edited 18 Nov Martin Ray Cochran 02 Feb - 04 May managed by Patrick Barnes.
Sarah (Cochran). and Miss Sarah Frances,dau of Rev. Dabney P. Jones. Married,in this city,by Rev. Pierce,John ,merchant of Hamilton to Miss Sarah J. Reid,dau of Col. Elisha Reid of this city. Married in Macon,GA 10 Jan by Rev.
Adam T. Holmes,Isaac Holmes of Columbus to Miss Louisa I. Mott of Macon. 2 Feb. Sarah Julia Hall was born Aug. 26,Floyd county, Georgia. Sarah died and was buried in Oakland cemetery, Rome, Floyd county, Georgia. GA, Floyd county, EDp. 9a, North Rome town.
Hiram Weems Hall was born 19 Sep in Floyd county, Georgia. Supposedly Hiram migrated from Georgia to Texas for the drier air.Top Questions To Ask Your Doctor About Root Canal Many people forget to ask important questions at their doctor's appointments.
You may want to print or write these questions down before your appointment so you remember to get the answers you need.Horace Arrington married Sarah Newman,Sarah is the daughter of Oliver Newman and Kate Washington Newman of Deering, Ga. Horace is the son of Silas J.
Arrington. The wedding took place in Wrens, Ga., Rev. Lewis Officiating. (TAC) James J. Arrington married Martha A. E. Peebles, John Arrington married Hester Griffin