3 edition of Alexander families of upper South Carolina found in the catalog.
Alexander families of upper South Carolina
Peggy Burton Rich
|Statement||compiled by Peggy Burton Rich, Marion Ard Whitehurst ; narrative and illustrations by Jerry L. Alexander.|
|Contributions||Whitehurst, Marion Ard.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.A38 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 1086 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1086|
|LC Control Number||88071233|
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: Alexander Families of Upper South Carolina (): Peggy Burton Rich, Marion A. Whitehurst, Jerry L. Alexander: BooksPrice: $ Alexander families of upper South Carolina. Peggy Burton Rich, Marion Ard Whitehurst. P.B. Rich, - Reference - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Other editions - View all. Alexander Families of Upper South Carolina Regular price $ Associate Reformed Presbyterian Death and Marriage Notices from The Christian Magazine of the South, The Erskine Miscellany, and The Due West Telescope, The name, Alexander, is of frequent mention among the nobility of Scotland.
About the year John Alexander married Margaret Gleason, a “bonnie lassie” of Glasgow, and shortly afterward emigrated to the town of Armagh, in Ireland. Aboutwishing to improve more rapidly his worldly condition, he emigrated with his rising family, two nephews, Origin of the Alexander.
Early Campbell/Cherokee Family - Upper SC By Dawn Ridder Janu at Here is a copy of an article which I have copied exactly as it was addresses a Campbell/Cherokee George G. Campbell seems to be George J.
Campbell (in obituary and also listed as George James Campbell b. Nov. 23, Anderson Co,d. George Alexander Charleston, South Carolina, United States managed by K Raymoure last edited 1 May M.
Alexander abt - aft managed by Ann Dysart. Mary (Alexander) Schooley 28 Jun Humberstone, Welland, Upper Canada - aft managed by Melissa McKay.
Leslie A. Genealogy. The genealogy of the Pendarvis-Bedon families of South Carolina,together with lineal ancestry of husbands and wives who intermarried with them; also references to many associated southern families: James Barnwell Heyward.
Atlanta: Foote and Davies Company, A South Carolina Historical Plaque to the Long Cane Massacre is three miles outside of Troy, South Carolina. [photo courtesy of Nancy Lindroth ] "Three miles west is the site of an attack by Cherokee Indians upon settlers of Long Canes in the Cherokee War of Alexander Correctional Institution is a single-cell, close-custody prison facility located in Taylorsville.
The prison employs correctional officers, registered nurses, nurse extenders, mental health providers, dental, maintenance and administrative staff. The prison has segregation cells, eight medical infirmary beds and a bed minimum.
north and south carolina. It is morally certain that the families in North Carolina and Virginia were related. The first mention of the name is Richard McClure in petition Nov.
22,for acres of land in Currituck County. J B O Landrum, Colonial and Revolutionary History of Upper South Carolina (Greenville SC, ) Henry Lee, Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States (Revised edition, New York, ) John H Logan, A History of the Upper Country of South Carolina (Columbia SC, ).
Peter Howard, Alexander's son, was the first of our Howard line to move to the Greenville area of South Carolina.
In census records show only four Howards in Greenville County, S.C., namely: Peter, Thomas, John, and Nathan. This book provides family sketches and genealogical information on the first families to settle in Alexander County, NC.
The earliest settlers date back to the early s. William E. White in an unpublished manuscript dated documented many of the early settlers.
This book continues his work and corrects / updates it. 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, Pages: Mr.
Matthew James Alexander (), from Florence, South Carolina, USA, American student from North Carolina flying aboard flight TWA from J.F.K.
Airport, New York to Leonardo da Vinci Airport, Rome when the plane crashed after takeoff ; he died in the crash. A Collection of Upper South Carolina Genealogical and Family Records, Volume 2 A Collection of Upper South Carolina Genealogical and Family Records, Willie Pauline Young: Authors: Willie Pauline Young, James E.
Wooley: Publisher: Southern Historical Press, Original from: the University of Virginia: Digitized: ISBN. The following is a list of prominent people who were born in the U.S. state of South Carolina, lived in South Carolina, or for whom South Carolina is a significant part of their identity.
It is divided into two major sections, the deceased and the living. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. "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.
Cemeteries of Upper Colleton County, South Carolina. A book by Evelyn McDaniel Frazier Bryan. Death Notices in the. South Carolina. A book by the United States Bureau of the Census. Index to the Census of South Carolina.
A book by Brent H. Holcomb. A book by Alexander S. Salley. The Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina. 15 Memorial Stones Cemetery Inscriptions of Upper Dorchester County, South Carolina. (Dorchester, SC: Upper Dorchester County Historical Society. P 16 Joseph Douglas Cawley, Ph.D., and Jacqueline Boss-Cawley, M.
From Lampertheim to South Carolina. Captain Daniel Strobel P. Record 18 Name: Marty D. Alexander Sr. Website: Referred by: Just Surfed On In. From: Perry, Iowa Time: Comments: ; I'm trying to find out information on the following people.; Nancy Alexander birth date of 10/15/Roy J.
Alexander birth date of 1/2/Nora Alexander brith date of 6/11/John Alexander birth date of 11/19/if you could help me. Alexander Hamilton had resplendent visions for himself and the United States, yet ultimately remained a pragmatist who understood and only participated in the battles that he could win – unfortunately for his time, slavery, so ingrained in the American South, was an impossible battle for Hamilton to win.
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY. Austin, Ian. Patents Alexander County, North Carolina (Source: Google Patents) Yadkin-Pee Dee River Basin Current Status (Source: Internet Archive) Vital Records (14) Wiki. Alexander County, North Carolina Wiki (Source: RootsWeb) Please, add your favorite Website(s) to this page.
This page and its subpages contain links. Spartanburg District South Carolina Deed Abstracts Book A-Tpg. 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 ,File Size: KB. It had worked well in peopling Upper South Carolina, but the abuse of the system by the Nancy's owners made it unpopular and the legislature did not renew it.
The records kept by the South Carolina government during the years they paid the bounty enable us to know the names of many Scotch-Irish pioneers, the ships they sailed in, and the ports.
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 manyFile Size: 68KB.
Susan Alexander joined the Honors College in Susan came to us from Duke University, where she served as the Executive Director of the Transdisciplinary Prevention Research Center and held a Secondary Appointment in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience where she taught undergraduate psychology classes.
This tally sheet is just an effort to sort out the Walker families who migrated from Colleton County, South Carolina to Jefferson County, Florida, 's to 's. This has been going on for some time now, with no end in sight. Jump in here if you have any insight.
Pat Sabin. En Español William Blount, North Carolina William Blount was the great-grandson of Thomas Blount, who came from England to Virginia soon after and settled on a North Carolina plantation. William, the eldest in a large family, was born in while his mother was visiting his grandfather's Rosefield estate, on the site of present Windsor near Pamlico Sound.
Welcome to Cape Fear Clans — Cape Fear Clans is dedicated to the memory of my brother, Jay Edgerton, on whose research much of this material is based. Of the regional histories transcribed in the 'Special Records' link at left, some authors are not given credit; those histories were printedoriginallywithout recognizing you wish to print a page without the.
John Wade King 30 Mar South Carolina, United States - 19 Oct managed by Jenna Parker James Eramus King 23 Feb Grady, Georgia, United States - 25 Sep John Irvin King 13 Apr Butts, Georgia, United States - 09 Oct The flood of broke every record in the book.
The death and destruction it caused in Western NC defined flooding for an entire generation of survivors. The death and destruction it caused in Western North Carolina defined flooding for an entire generation of survivors, and their stories live on nearly years later.
"North and South Carolina Marriage Records From the Earliest Colonial Days to the Civil War." William Montgomery Clemens. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc Some give date, some only names and county. Not complete record, some records were destroyed or lost.
Marriage records prior to the 's are scarce for North (or South) Carolina. Captain Charles Alexander was born in Mecklenburg county, N.C., January 4th, He first entered the service of the United States as a private in July,in the company of Captain William Alexander, and Colonel Adam Alexander’s regiment, General Rutherford commanding, and marched across the Blue Ridge Mountains against the Cherokee Indians.
The Rev. Alexander Keith, Captain John Keith, Capt. James Keith, Mr. William Keith and another son came to this country, and all were prominent in the Episcopal church. The Rev. Alexander Keith, b. Aberdeen, Scotland, was ordained deacon, Sept.
23, and priest Oct. 21,by Dr. Gibson, the Bishop of London. He had been educated at King. As research continued and data gathering progressed, it became more and more evident that a comprehensive history of Spartanburg County, would necessarily include an extensive review of all of upper South Carolina and much of North Carolina, thus requiring inore space than could be crowded into one volume, and a two-volume plan was therefore.
Biography of Jasper Abrams (Source: Genealogy Trails History Group) Biography of Newton Pinckney Abrams (Source: Genealogy Trails History Group) Newberry County, South Carolina - Historical and Genealogical Annals includes Anderson (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) ($) Biography of Thomas Smith Anderson (Source:.
First Families of Edgefield County Vol. 1 7 Overview The First Families of Edgefield County, SC is anon-going project to research and publish informationon the first families of Edgefield, South this metropolitan area is known as the CentralSavannah River Area or CSRA and has a populationofBoth North and South Carolina claim to be the birthplace of another president, Andrew Jackson.
It should be noted herein that James Knox Polk had Neely ancestors. South Carolina - Before the American Revolution South Carolina prospered as an English colony. After the war, in which it played a decisive role, it built a great cotton trade.
time. Amos was born in South Carolina, according to the census. His three older sisters were deceased bybut the two younger sisters were still alive then, and both reported South Carolina as their place of Size: KB.
THE CALHOUN FAMILY OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 5 during her widowhood; appointed wife executrix and brother Patrick executor and brothers James and William overseers, Alexander Noble, John Wilson and Robert Norris, wit- nesses.^ In the Cherokee Indians began to give trouble to the people of the CJp-Country of South Carolina and on the first day of.This book can be found at the DAR Library in Washington, DC.
The transcription is as correct as information contained in these records is the only information I have on these families. Alexander, John - BIBLE RECORD OF JOHN ALEXANDER, CAMDEN SOUTH CAROLINA.
PRESENT OWNER, MISS ELISE DAWSON, CHARLESTON, S. C. SURNAMES: .They came through Charleston during the brief period of the South Carolina bounty and settled in Boonesborough Township.
Many other Scotch-Irish families share their story. The South Carolina Assembly passed an act in to encourage settlers to come to the colony. TheFile Size: 23KB.