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Finding John Cox: A Cox Family of Southwest Virginia By Terry Barwin
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The Story of the Cox Family of Walkers Creek (Montgomery, Wythe, Giles and Bland) Virginia and Sinking Creek (Russell and Scott) Virginia and their connected families: Begley, Burnett, Castle, Dean,... More > Donaldson, Dozier, Finney, Kerr/Kear, Parrott, Penix, Powers, Smiley, Stepp, Walker, Wellman and Young. Includes genealogies, stories, lawsuits, criminal cases, maps, photos and much more.< Less
Finding John Cox: A Cox Family of Southwest Virginia By Terry Barwin
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This genealogy book chronicles the pioneering Cox family from their 1761 home in Halifax / Pittsylvania Virginia, to 1774 when they moved to present-day Bland County and, in their final move in 1800,... More > to the Big Sandy River in Lawrence County Kentucky. Four generations of the family are included. Connected families including Begley, Burnett, Dean, Donaldson, Finney, Parrott, Penix, Powers, Stepp, Walker, Wellman and others are also chronicled. The book also shares the findings of YDNA testing of descendants, proving the accuracy of the family tree and identifying their ethnic origin and related Cocke/Cox families. Court records and other historical documents show how this family struggled to find their way during the American Revolution - with two sons enlisted against the British and their father accused as a Tory. Photos, maps, family correspondence, Revolutionary Pension files, and a multitude of other sources reveal a family with a fascinating story which, before now has never been told.< Less
Sumter's 'Turks' By S. Pony Hill
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Much turmoil and unrest has manifested over the last generation regarding the racial identity and 'real ancestry' of the people who have been labeled "Turks" in Sumter County, South... More > Carolina. While amateur historians over the years have concocted wildly exotic origin stories for these "Turks", the actual extent historical records reflect a much simpler narrative. That historic documentation is included here, in unedited form, for the reader to form their own conclusions. Bound together by blood and social interaction, the Benenhaley, Buckner, Deas, Exum, Hood, Jolly, Oxendine, Pitts, Ray, and Scott families comprised the core of a racially insulated community which, due to an increasingly segregated south, became further alienated from their white and black neighbors.< Less
Those Wilson Kids By Beth Haney
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This book traces the ancestry William Wilson and Rebecca Baker, from Gallia and Lawrence counties, Ohio. It's done in narrative style with text, photos, family group sheets, and supporting documents.... More > On the Wilson side, the book presents information on the history of Samuel Wilson and both of his wives, Lucinda Coleman and Lucy Corn, and their parents, Scott Wilson and Margaret Moore, William Coleman and Mahala Spear, and Peter Corn and Rebecca Massie. Rebecca Edna Baker is traced through her descendancy from Henry Arnot and Frederick Baker, both from Monroe County, Virginia, and from George Corn and Jeptha Massey, both of whom moved to Jackson County, Ohio, from Virginia, in the early 1800s. The book also contains material of an historical nature, which provides an interesting look at the experiences and lifestyle of these early Ohio residents. A number of photographs are sprinkled throughout the book, most of which date back to the early 1900s.< Less
Those Wilson Kids By Beth Haney
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This book traces the ancestry William Wilson and Rebecca Baker, from Gallia and Lawrence counties, Ohio. It's done in narrative style with text, photos, family group sheets, and supporting documents.... More > On the Wilson side, the book presents information on the history of Samuel Wilson and both of his wives, Lucinda Coleman and Lucy Corn, and their parents, Scott Wilson and Margaret Moore, William Coleman and Mahala Spear, and Peter Corn and Rebecca Massie. Rebecca Edna Baker is traced through her descendancy from Henry Arnot and Frederick Baker, both from Monroe County, Virginia, and from George Corn and Jeptha Massey, both of whom moved to Jackson County, Ohio, from Virginia, in the early 1800s. The book also contains material of an historical nature, which provides an interesting look at the experiences and lifestyle of these early Ohio residents. A number of photographs are sprinkled throughout the book, most of which date back to the early 1900s.< Less
A Genealogy of the Gleason Family By DM Gleason
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This book chronicles the Gleason Family from 997 A.D.through the current day. Other families included in the book are the Schulz’ family of North Branch, Michigan; the Van der Mark and Davis... More > families of Ulster County, New York; The Scott, McMinn and McIlhaggo families of Ireland; the Tudor family of England; and the Van Roosevelt family of the Colony of New Amsterdam in old New York, just to name a few. Along with a complete Anentafel Report spanning over 1,000 years, there is a complete list of references and available sources, as well as a fully-indexed Pedigree Chart. It is a work in process and will be updated in further editions.< Less
A Genealogy of the Gleason Family By DM Gleason
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This book chronicles the Gleason Family from 997 A.D.through the current day. Other families included in the book are the Schulz’ family of North Branch, Michigan; the Van der Mark and Davis... More > families of Ulster County, New York; The Scott, McMinn and McIlhaggo families of Ireland; the Tudor family of England; and the Van Roosevelt family of the Colony of New Amsterdam in old New York, just to name a few. Along with a complete Anentafel Report spanning over 1,000 years, there is a complete list of references and available sources, as well as a fully-indexed Pedigree Chart. It is a work in process and will be updated in further editions.< Less
Callaway - 100 Years By A Writing Competition
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ONE HUNDRED YEARS Celebrating the Library's Centennial On July 2, 1908, a group of citizens opened the Fulton Public Library in rented rooms on the second floor of the Odd Fellows building. 100... More > years later, the Callaway County Public Library celebrated its centennial with programs throughout the month of July, 2008. The Callaway Writers Group joined in the celebration by co-sponsoring a writing contest. Writers were challenged to write an essay, a short story, or a poem that happened (or could have happened) in Callaway County during the past 100 year. Authors: Ericca Thornhill,Jennifer O'Donley Bondurant, Alice Anna Reese, Daniel Keith Whanger, Cheryl Arney, Cynthia Schreen, Scott Strough, Brian Strough, and Mike Palada.< Less
Callaway - 100 Years By A Writing Competition
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ONE HUNDRED YEARS Celebrating the Library's Centennial On July 2, 1908, a group of citizens opened the Fulton Public Library in rented rooms on the second floor of the Odd Fellows building. 100... More > years later, the Callaway County Public Library celebrated its centennial with programs throughout the month of July, 2008. The Callaway Writers Group joined in the celebration by co-sponsoring a writing contest. Writers were challenged to write an essay, a short story, or a poem that happened (or could have happened) in Callaway County during the past 100 year. Authors: Ericca Thornhill,Jennifer O'Donley Bondurant, Alice Anna Reese, Daniel Keith Whanger, Cheryl Arney, Cynthia Schreen, Scott Strough, Brian Strough, and Mike Palada.< Less
The Virginia Tourist By Edward Pollard
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Edward Pollard's very difficult to find and expensive The Virginia Tourist is reprinted here. This volume has extensive post-Civil War descriptions of the mountain sections of Virginia and West... More > Virginia, and includes chapters focusing on Scott, Tazewell, Montgomery, Rockbridge, and Augusta Counties in Virginia, Greenbrier, Mercer and Monroe County in West Virginia.< Less

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