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Hawkins of Dickensonville, Russell County, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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Are you a Hawkins or a Holbrook? This Second Edition reveals some startling DNA test results for descendants of Elisha, oldest child of Sallie. This edition expands to sort out all Hawkins of early... More > Russell County. Sallie came from Wilkes Co., NC to Russell Co., VA, where she is head of household in the first extant census of 1820, with three children under 5 years of age. Lowery says his father was James T. Hawkins. The book includes an article on Hawkins origins, a historical perspective of early Dickensonville, a narrative of the early generations in Russell County, information on Hawkins Mill, and documents and photos of some early Hawkins. Also included is a detailed genealogy modified register with index and sources, and a descendants chart. Some other surnames: Steffey, Seargeant, Dickenson, Hall, Willis, Robinson. Johnson, Garrett, Davis, Boyd, Dingus, Roberts, Lovelady, Nall, Cumbow, Campbell, Mays, Ramey, Mahaffey, Suit, Bailey, Fields, Holbrook,Elam, Puckett, and more. 174 pages.< Less
Hawkins of Dickensonville, Russell County, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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Are you a Hawkins or a Holbrook? This Second Edition reveals some startling DNA test results for descendants of Elisha, oldest child of Sallie. This edition expands to sort out all Hawkins of early... More > Russell County. Sallie came from Wilkes Co., NC to Russell Co., VA, where she is head of household in the first extant census of 1820, with three children under 5 years of age. Lowery says his father was James T. Hawkins. The book includes an article on Hawkins origins, a historical perspective of early Dickensonville, a narrative of the early generations in Russell County, information on Hawkins Mill, and documents and photos of some early Hawkins. Also included is a detailed genealogy modified register with index and sources, and a descendants chart. Some other surnames: Steffey, Seargeant, Dickenson, Hall, Willis, Robinson. Johnson, Garrett, Davis, Boyd, Dingus, Roberts, Lovelady, Nall, Cumbow, Campbell, Mays, Ramey, Mahaffey, Suit, Bailey, Fields, Holbrook,Elam, Puckett, and more. 174 pages.< Less
David James Carty / McCarty, Soldier of the American Revolution (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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Emphasis is on David Carty / McCarty, his Pennsylvania origin, his Revolutionary War service, then life in Virginia, Tennessee and finally Southwest Virginia. His RevWar service of five consecutive... More > enlistments is described in considerable detail. After the war, records of David’s residence are found in Campbell Co., VA, Carter Co., TN, and Russell Co., VA, where he eventually settled. His descendants spread from Virginia into Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri and Texas initially, and are now scattered throughout the United States. Over 2000 descendants of his seven known children are included in the book. The book includes an introduction, a detailed genealogy modified register with index, a descendants’ chart, a chapter on DNA testing, a 30-page photo gallery, and a 150-page section of old documents. Over 550 pages total, 8.25" x 10.75", casewrap-hardcover binding.< Less
Clan Ervin: Russell & Dickenson Counties, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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James, William and John Ervin arrived in Russell County, Virginia, following the Revolutionary War, when the county was still on the frontier. John is the patriarch of the later Russell and... More > Dickenson County Ervins, and the book concentrates on him and his descendants, although James, whose descendants migrated to Missouri, and William are also discussed in detail based on early records. They are Scots-Irish. Included are allied pioneer families of Turner, Phillips, Sutherland, Holbrook, Neece, Kiser and others. This Second Edition adds some new research, makes corrections, updates the data for deaths, births, and newly found relatives and adds an additional 13 pages of photographs. The book includes a lengthy introductory summary, and a detailed genealogy modified register with extensive notes and narrative, with index, a 52-page photo gallery, and 99 pages of early and special documents, with over 450 pages total.< Less