2 edition of Descendants of Stephen Stanford, Gwinnett County, Georgia found in the catalog.
Descendants of Stephen Stanford, Gwinnett County, Georgia
Charles M. Stanford
|LC Classifications||CS71.S785 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||86188724|
After the War, he moved to Georgia around Green H. Livsey lived in Wilkes County, Georgia for about twenty-five years before selling his plantation there in He served for two years as overseer at the Sen. Robert Toombs Plantation, (in Wilkes County, Georgia) before he moved to the county borders of Gwinnett and Walton Counties in ". Gwinnett County GA Genealogy. USA (1,,) > Georgia (32,) > Gwinnett County () Gwinnett County Records by Type. Birth Records (1) Cemetery Records () Census Records (61) Church Records (7) Court Records (5) Death Records (9) City Directories (12) Histories and Genealogies (11) Immigration Records (1).
Wills A Ansel Cunningham, , named his grandson Middleton Cox as a legatee.(Jackson County GA Will Abstracts, Books A and B, ) Gwinnett County. Wilie, Thomas and John Cox are listed in the Census of Thomas Cox is listed as a Revolutionary veteran in Habersham County. Richard Cox, Census of Jonathan Stanford (a) was born around in Somerset County, Maryland, son of Joseph Stanford, Jr. and Sarah Stanford.. Around , he became the husband of Elender (b) in Maryland. There was a store located in Salisbury, Somerset County with John Nelms, who became storekeeper by , that keep ledgers of what customers bought and sold.
[Latimer] Schonk, Robert M. Latimers and Medlocks from to Especially in Brunswick County, Virginia and Hancock County, Georgia. MSS., microfilmed FHL Item 5 [Lawson] Lawson, Fred Raulston. The Lawsons of East Tennessee. Decatur, Ga.: Looking Glass Books, FHL LLf. [Ledbetter] Peters, Mary Ledbetter Morgan. The county of Gwinnett was established in , and the county seat is the most current listing of resources for this location, and from additional publishers, please visit the Gwinnett County page in the Live Roots catalog.
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S2: Descendants of Valentine Hollingsworth. Gwinnett County Genealogy Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers Marriages. Loose Marriages (Index) (Index) (Newspapers) (Index) (Index) Indexes to Probate Court Records. Inventories and Annual Returns, BooksInventories and Appraisements The GHS operates an office, genealogy library, map collection, book store, microfilm research room, cemetery records, collection of family photos and memorabilia and maintains the acre Elisha Author: Karen Huppertz.
Welcome to the Gwinnett County GAGenWeb, part of the USGenWeb Project. I am Pat Sabin, your host for this site.I have been an active volunteer and County Coordinator for the USGenWeb Project sinceand have been with the GAGenWeb Project since Morrow, Georgia: Georgia State Archives. About Georgia, Civil War Muster Rolls, These are lists of men enrolled in military units, lists of men of militia age, and other related documents from counties in Georgia.
These were Heard, Mathews, Clark, Talbot, Early, Lumpkin, Rabun, Towns, Gilmer, Forsyth, and Stephens. Seventeen counties of Georgia have been named in honor of her distinguished sons. STEPHEN HEARD moved from Westmoreland coun- ty, Virginia, inand built a stockade fort upon the pres- ent site of the town of Washington.
Georgia voted to secede from the Union and join the CSA on Janu Years later, induring his March to the Sea, Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman signed his Special Field Orders, No. 15, distributing someacres (1, km²) of confiscated land along the Atlantic coast from Charleston, South Carolina, to the St.
Johns River. Online Georgia Death Indexes and Obituaries. Georgia Death Index, (at Ancestry/requires payment) has million entries.
Georgia Death Certificates, Index and Images (at FamilySearch/free with registration) also has some listings for ; Georgia Death Certificates, Index and Images (at FamilySearch/free with registration). Early Records of Georgia. Vol Wilkes County. abstracted and compiled by Grace Gillam Davidson, published in at Macon, GA Submitted by Christina Palmer Thank you to Donna & CJ Crawford & Jennifer Reddish for your transcription assistance.
James Red, the progenitor of this family group, is believed to have been born in South Carolina between andand possibly died by early in Gwinnett County, Georgia; married Martha Boyet during or before Some descendants believe that her name was Martha Cora Boyd; others have suggested that her maiden name may have been Boyett or Turner.
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Census Reconstructed Records,Georgia, Compiled. Welcome to the home page for the Tullis Trees family history newsletter.
As new articles become available, they will be posted here. Part of the inspiration for starting this newsletter was an earlier newsletter, The Tullis Tracer, published by Don and Linda (Tullis) Moran from to I've also scanned the pages of Zola Hardy's book, Tullis and Allied Families.
Sea then share your genealogy and compare DNA to grow an accurate global family tree that's free forever. login. Stephen Parker 01 Mar Andover, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colony Lewis W Parker Gwinnett County, Georgia, United States - 15 Sep Unlisted Parker managed by John Johnson. User Review - Flag as inappropriate Jack F.
Fox has done a remarkable thing with this extraordinary book, like no other book I ever have seen. Cox, with the aid of his wife and son, went through the and censuses of Georgia slave owners and wrote a page book consisting of pages divided into two columns and in each column and alphabetical list of slave owners, the number of 5/5(2).
Stephen is first found in Jackson County Georgia Census of ; Hall County ; Carroll County in and Cherokee County in He must have died before in Gwinnett County, Georgia, for his wife Rebecca is found on the Gwinnett County, Georgia Census ofliving in the household of her son-in-law and daughter, Ellijah Boggs and.
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In Georgia, arrest records are maintained by local law enforcement agencies and keep track of the arrests of specific individuals within their jurisdiction. What this means is that if you have been arrested in multiple counties in Georgia, each of those counties will have their own record of your arrests in their county.Jackson County was formed in from Franklin, and consequently was the home of many Revolutionary soldiers.
There is a nice new Court House at Jefferson and in the office of the Ordinary the presence of a lady with a dust brush is very evident. The old book of wills, beginningis well preserved and cared for.EXPLANATORY The land given out in this lottery was obtained from the Creek and Cherokee Indians by the United States in several treaties, one at Fort Jackson, Aug.
9,and one at the Cherokee Agency, July 8,and one at the Creek Agency on Flint river, Jan. 22,and included the original boundaries of Early, Irwin, Appling, Walton, Hall, Gwinnett, and Habersham counties.