5 edition of Alexander Families of Upper South Carolina, volume 3 only found in the catalog.
by Heritage Books
Written in English
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David’s will (proved , Anderson Co., SC, filed in Will Book c: 77) named his children Anne Gotcher, Jane Moore, David Alexander, Margaret Davis, Catherine Brown, Ellenor Read, James Alexander, Elizabeth Woods, John Alexander, William Morrison Alexander, and Ruth Alexander. Eleanor Alexander, the only daughter of James and Ann. Census of Rockingham County, North Carolina. Mary Strong: Males 1 0/10, 2 10/16, 1 26/44 Females 1 10/16, 1 16/26, 1 26/44, 1 over 44 Another related point is that in the Census of Rockingham County, North, Carolina, the Mary Strong listed above lived only 3 households from John Strong (a2b). Mr.
He settled his family on Upper Fishing Creek, about 1 ½ miles from what later became Yorkville, S.C. This area was then Craven County, North Carolina, later Craven County, South Carolina, then the New Acquisition, now York County. Many believe he and his family were the first settlers in the area. Collection of upper South Carolina genealogical and family records. Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Young, Willie Pauline. Collection of upper South Carolina genealogical and family records. Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
Joseph Newman 08 Nov Guilford Co, North Carolina - 20 Oct managed by Claudia Alexander Stanley T. Newman s - s managed by Fred Nix Kevin J. Newman s - s managed by Ray Newman. When the Civil War began, Alexander County was 14 years old. The population was 5,; yet Alexander County ranked high per capita in the number of Confederate soldiers serving in the county is named in honor of the Alexander family who were leaders in Colonial North Carolina.
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Alexander Families of Upper South Carolina - Marion A. Whitehurst, Peggy B. Rich, Jerry L. Alexander. Daniel and Mary were born around in Virginia. Four of their children were born in Virginia beforeand four more were born after that date, when the family had moved to South Carolina.
The fecundity of this f. : Alexander Families of Upper South Carolina (): Peggy Burton Rich, Marion A. Whitehurst, Jerry L. Alexander: Books. Get this from a library. Alexander families of upper South Carolina. [Peggy Burton Rich; Marion Ard Whitehurst] -- Daniel Alexander (ca), probably of Scotch-Irish lineage, with his wife Mary and their children moved before from Virginia to Rockingham County, North Carolina.
Nancy Alexander, was born about in South Carolina,she died 4 Jun in Pickens County, South Carolina and is buried in the Alexander Burying married Leonard Dryman, the son of James and Diademia Dryman, before in Pickens County, South Carolina. For more information about their family see the James Dryman Family on the Dryman Family Page.
Alexander Families of Upper South Carolina by Peggy B Rich,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. By: James E. Wooley, Editor, Pub. reprintedpages, soft cover, Index, ISBN #These records comprise the loose files of the late Pauline Young, one of South Carolina's most widely known genealogist on Upper South Carolina.
Each family record is filed with names of persons mentioned, these records consists of estate settlements, bastardy bonds, deeds, wills, coroner. First Families of Newberry County 3 Overview The First Families of Newberry County, SC is an on-going project to research and publish information on the first families of Newberry, South Carolina.
Today Newberry County has a population of 38, people. This project focuses on the families who were in Newberry County area prior to Unlike many. This complete Scotch history is taken from the "House of Alexander," a rare old Scotch book, down to the advent of John Alexander in Vir- 3 4 ALEXANDER FAMILY ginia, who purchased all of the land lying between "Hunting Creek" in the South, and the little falls of the Potomac on the North, including the sites of Hunting Creek Warehouse and.
It is estimated each book contains more t names of early settlers in Upper South Carolina from the mid 's down to the 's. These records are primarily from Upper South Carolina counties such as: Pendleton District, Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenville, and Pickens s: 1. Another 48 words (3 lines of text) are included under the topic Early Alexander Notables in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.
Migration of the Alexander family to Ireland. Some of the Alexander family moved to Ireland, but this topic is not covered in this excerpt. [South Carolina Archives. series S, vol. 11, page 80]Aug 7 - Calhoun, James.
Plat for acres in Granville County. [South Carolina Archives. series S, vol 6, page ]Aug 20 - Alexander, Adam. Plat for Acres in Granville County. [South Carolina Archives. series S, vol 7, page ]Aug 22 - Alexander. Correction: Berryman Family Bible Record: reference – Vol Number 3, Page Clarification: In name of “Mrs.” Elenor Tapley, Vol Number 3, Page Queries: ( through ) News Items and Books Number Four, April Front Cover – The “Old” Community Bank, Erlanger, Kentucky.
Jo White Linn, Rowan County North Carolina Deed Abstracts Vol. I –Abstracts of Books 1 – 4 (Salisbury, NC), abstract of Deed Book 3:deed of 10 Jun from William Alexander, described as the eldest son and heir of James Alexander, to his brother Robert Alexander, reciting that James died intestate on 15 June Slavery in the United States: A narrative of the life and adventures of Charles Ball, a black man, who lived forty years in Maryland, South Carolina and Georgia, as a slave ().
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"The Genealogy of the Pendarvis-Bedon Families of South Carolina, " James Barnwell Heyward, Foote & Davis Co, Atlanta, The book I have is a copy made for my grandmother of the book JB Heyward compiled inand I have no way of knowing if what in it is true, although there are transcripts of wills and other documents that the.
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 Continent. Alexander family records: an account of the first American settlers and colonial families of the name of Alexander, and other genealogical and historical data, mostly new and original material, including early wills and marriages heretofore unpublished by Clemens, William Montgomery, 75 Family Record for William Poole of Spartanburg District, Upper South Carolina Genealogy & History (), August, Vol.
XIII, No. 3, pg. 76 Pool, William, deceased, Administration Estate of William Pool, Microfilm AD, File Number Order of First Families of North Carolina, Ancestor Biographies: Vol.
Hardcover, 6” x 9”, xviii, pages, Baltimore, Md.,$ Fully documented sketches of the third set of ancestors () used by members of the OFFNC, complete with a documented list of children and their spouses. Register of Maryland's Heraldic Families by Alice Norris Parran, "Alexanders", Vol 1 and 2 Pub.
Roebuck and SonsBaltimore AD pages contains information on early lines of Alexander, mentions Samuel, William Sr. and Jr. and Andrew of Somerset and Cecil Co. lines. North Carolina, Marriage Index, This database is an index to individuals who were married in various counties in the State of North Carolina, USA, between and Available information may include: name, gender, birth year, race, name of spouse, marriage date, and marriage location.
North Carolina, Death Indexes, The following ancestors have been documented to have been resident, prior to 12 Julyin the portion of the Province of Carolina which became North Carolina. This list constitutes only those ancestors represented in the Order; additional ancestors continue to .Timrod, HenryCharleston, South Carolina Toombs, RobertGeorgia Townsend, Mary Sheley Trent, William PeterfieldVirginia Trescot, William HenryCharleston, South Carolina Tucker, BeverleyVirginia Tucker, GeorgeBermuda.