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Families related to the John Walker family of Washington County, Georgia

Charles Orville Walker

Families related to the John Walker family of Washington County, Georgia

by Charles Orville Walker

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Published by C.O. Walker in Jasper, Ga .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Washington County (Ga.)
    • Subjects:
    • Walker family.,
    • Washington County (Ga.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementcompiled by Charles Orville Walker.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.W18 1967
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2802128M
      LC Control Number83233097

        This site focuses on the Ellis family from England or Wales to Jamestown, Virginia () (Surrey or Sussex counties) migrating down through Warren County (on Hawtree Creek), North Carolina () and to Nashville (on Hamilton Creek), Davidson County, Tennessee ()   Local, state, and federal government websites often end State of Georgia government websites and email systems use “” or “” at the end of the address. Before sharing sensitive or personal information, make sure you’re on an official state ://

      Stokes family, Stokes, Thomas, d. , genealogy Publisher Camden, N.J.: S. Chew & Sons Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English   The Sizemore family of Clay County is an old and well documented example. In January , the Clay County Court was informed that a man named Pickney from Alabama came to the home of James Sizemore and dropped off his five year-old mixed-blood Creek son named George. His mother was a Creek named ://

        First Families of Tennessee (FFT) was established by the East Tennessee Historical Society (ETHS) in as a Tennessee Bicentennial project. Membership is open to anyone who can prove direct descent from a person or persons living in any part of what is now Tennessee before or by statehood in Memorial for THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN ALEXANDER at - The Descendants of John Alexander of County Ayrshire, Scotland who migrated to County Donegal, Ireland at the turn of the 17th Century is one of mystery and intrigue. It traces the family from a humble beginning to one of the most respected families on the American ://


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"The Tangled Trail of Two John Popes: Colonel John Pope of Amherst County and John Pope of Prince William County and Wilkes County, Georgia," Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, Vol. 50, No. 1 (Feb. ) The following were published in The Virginia Genealogist, and digital images may be searched at American Ancestors, using their Search ://,_Georgia.

John Upton Walker 30 Oct Union County Georgia, USA - 13 Feb managed by Melissa Beller Jonathan Curtis Walker 26 Aug Swannanoa, Buncombe, North Carolina, USA - 05 Apr managed by Victor Ranft Walker Name Meaning English (especially Yorkshire) and Scottish: occupational name for a fuller, Middle English walkere, Old English wealcere, an agent derivative of wealcan ‘to walk, tread’.

This was the regular term for the occupation during the Middle Ages in western and northern England.

Compare Fuller and Tucker. As a Scottish surname it has also been used as a translation of Gaelic Ma Ancestors of Early Burk(e) Families of Russell County, VA By Rue Burke Stevenson The Bush Family of England, Virginia and Kentucky The Bush Family By Clifton W.

Bush Campbell Family Genealogy Descendants of Daniel & Hannah Candler in Virginia Has info on Russell Co. Candlers and related families William Cody Family of Old Rowan (Surry ~varussel/families/ Get this from a library. John Ford () and his Campbell County, Tennessee descendants: related families of Crawford, Hale, Harrison, Heatherly, Murray, Petree, Violet, Walker and Woodward.

[Edith Wilson Hutton] origin This distinguished surname, having more than seventy Coats of Arms, and with as many notable entries in the "Dictionary of National Biography" is of early medieval English origin although recorded throughout the British Isles.

It is a patronymic form of the male given name Will, itself a diminutive of William. Introduced into England by William, Georgia book of Normandy, and known to history a Family Bible of William M. Cox and Fannie Watkins stated William was the son of John Cox, born Feb.

3, John Cox died June 9, JohnCox married Melinda Avent, who was born Sept. 15,mother of William M. Cox. Melinda died July 9, She was a daughter of Ransome Davis Avent and was born in Washington County, GA, according to the Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library User Review - Flag as inappropriate This history is a very thorough family history of the Potts Family.

I was particularly interested in the connection to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania through Isaac Potts to the Potts Inn Museum in Pottsville, ://?id. John Wesley Pennington Sr. 29 Feb Lamar County, Alabama, United States of America - 08 Mar William Monroe Pennington 18 Jan Lamar County, Alabama, United States - 24 Aug Melvin L.

Pennington 24 Jun Alabama, USA - 13 Nov   Names of Families in Greene County Marriages, Wills, Estates, Tax Digests Online Images of Old Wills and Estates Greene County was created from Washington County in and was named after Revolutionary War hero Major-General Nathaniel Greene who issued many land grants to his veteran troops.

After the war, Greene and wife Catharine built a home near Savannah called Mulberry Georgia, Returns of Qualified Voters and Reconstruction Oath Books,U.S. Census Reconstructed Records,Georgia, Compiled View Images in this Collection Browse through images Citing this Collection "Georgia Probate Records, " Database with images.

FamilySearch. : 22 November Citing Houston County Probate Court Judge, ://   The Monroe County Family History Index Updated: January 1 The Family History Collection contains books and vertical files donated to our library.

This index was compiled by Indiana Room volunteer Mita Glass as a tool to find surnames that are included in the collection. To search the index: 1. Press the Ctrl key + F.

://   Bishop Meade's book, entitled Old Churches and Families of Virginia".has also been found useful, and reference to it is fre­ quently made in the earlier portions of the genealogies of several families. For the purpose of ascertaining the parentage of Col. John Page, progenitor of the Page family in Virginia, an exact copy   Notes: At a Court begun and held at the Court House, in Washington County, North Carolina (now Tennessee) on the 27th day of May, A.

D., ; Present, the Worshipful Andrew GREER, Chairman, John McNABB, Joseph WILSON, Richard WHITE, William CLARK, Charles ROBERTSON, Valentine SEVIER and William McNABB, the last will and testament of Aaron   The John Carr family came from South Carolina, and was one of the first in Washington County, Tennessee.

Fort Watauga (or Caswell) was built at the Sycamore Shoals of the Watauga River in – by the Watauga Association, to defend settlers from Indian (primarily Cherokee) attacks, which were in part instigated by the British.

It was a &Places/Boone's   Book Review. 2 COURT RECORDS Will of Charles Kennett of Washington County, Kentucky contributed by Mrs. Mary Frye Barley, Whittier, California.

3 Washington County, Kentucky Data from Rejected Claim – John Cammack – ://   Washington Introduction. Revised inthis edition of African American Family Histories and Related Works in the Library of Congress incorporates all the past efforts of Sandra Lawson and Paul Connor, supplemented by the edition of 84 family histories and genealogical handbooks.

Because of the changing   When John Cole died during in Culpeper County, he bequeathed "my great bible" and best suit of clothes and books to his son, John.

When his wife, Susannah, died inshe also bequeathed personal effects to the children such as furniture and heiffers, beds, utensils, fifteen gallons of brandy, as well a lot of land and a horse to the.

Linkpendium's goal is to index every genealogy, geneology:) family history, family tree, surname, vital records, biography, or otherwise genealogically-related site on the Internet. PLEASE HELP! When you find a useful new resource, go to the right Linkpendium page and click on the "Add your favorite Website(s) to this page"   WASHINGTON COUNTY.

[When Washington was laid out a large part of it was reserved for the Revolutionary soldiers and warrants were issued to them. In accordance with my plan I give the list of grantees as it is found on the books of the Secretary of   As many of you know, descendants of John Smith Prather () are also descendants of John Nuthall IV() of Cross Manor.

His great granddaughter, Elizabeth Nuthall, was the wife John Smith Prather. While still a youth, John Nuthall, of a noble English family, came to Virginia as an indenture to 21 year old Hugh