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Montgomery County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, Ferry and Mill Records (1843-1926) By Stewart Dunaway
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A large collection of records from roads (1843-1926), bridges (1850-1925), ferry records (1866, 1868,1886), and mill records (1848,49,50,86). Although the county is much older, this is what has been... More > preserved by the court. There are a number of very nice drawings and maps in this collection, including a bridge blueprint. This will be a very large and broad collection of these types of county records. Each record is photographed, and a transcript is provided. Names are indexed Last, First, and keywords are also indexed (deceased, river names, creeks, etc.)< Less
Myers and Neighbors of Jeffries Creek, SC By Neil O. Myers
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This is over a 200 year cumulative study of the Myers families of 1700-1800 S.C. with frequent mention of their neighbors. It begins with land acquisitions in the Queensborough District and Welch... More > Grant. John Myers' descendants are all proven by Y-DNA. Previously unrecorded marriages and family relationships are revealed. Although concentrated in the Jeffries Creek area of SC, it follows Myers/Miers descendents into Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi until the mid 1800s and 1900's. Hundreds of other families are mentioned with land locations. There is considerable information about the families of Burris, Cusack, Bass, Prothro, Nettles, James, McPherson, Simmons, Chandler, and Burch. Discussed are River Road, Middle Swamp, Alligator Swamp, Muldrow's Mill, Gardner's Mill, Alligator Road, Claussen, Sparrow Swamp, Lake Swamp, Black Creek, Lynches River, and The Great Pee Dee River. Pioneers of Elbert & Hart Counties of Georgia and Pike, Barbour & Dale Counties of Alabama are presented.< Less
MYERS AND NEIGHBORS OF JEFFRIES CREEK, SC By Neil O. Myers
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This is over a 200 year cumulative study of the Myers families of 1700-1800 S.C. with frequent mention of their neighbors. It begins with land acquisitions in the Queensborough District and Welch... More > Grant. John Myers' descendants are all proven by Y-DNA. Previously unrecorded marriages and family relationships are revealed. Although concentrated in the Jeffries Creek area of SC, it follows Myers/Miers descendents into Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi until the mid 1800s and 1900's. Hundreds of other families are mentioned with land locations. There is considerable information about the families of Burris, Cusack, Bass, Prothro, Nettles, James, McPherson, Simmons, Chandler, and Burch. Discussed are River Road, Middle Swamp, Alligator Swamp, Muldrow’s Mill, Gardner’s Mill, Alligator Road, Claussen, Sparrow Swamp, Lake Swamp, Black Creek, Lynches River, and The Great Pee Dee River. Pioneers of Elbert & Hart Counties of Georgia and Pike, Barbour & Dale Counties of Alabama are presented.< Less